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the minister informed while participating in a short duration discussion on flood situation in the state and extent of damages caused raised in the house by Trinamool Congress member Laeta Umbrey. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) collects and computes data download speed with the help of its MySpeed application on a real-time basis. ? We had set up an inquiry but not much could be done because all the teachers were sent on examination duty, said Vinod Patel He said after the District Education Officer of Vadodara was notified of the incidentan inquiry was set up We have sent a notice to him today and are awaiting his explanation? He has no police protection and dreads his neighbours may still take his life. he remains in hiding. compete, It is definitely not about dwarfing or stunting the growth of a tree, informs Nilangekar The same sound horticulture techniques like cuttingpruning and wiring of the branchesroutinely used by any gardenerare used to create a Bonsai masterpiece Like any other potted plantbonsais are frequently root pruned; this is done to stimulate growth and not retard it Pruning encourages growth of fine rootswhich absorb more nutrition Bonsai is not a genetically-modified plant No chemical or hormonal treatment is given to retain its size It is never kept starved? as well as in visits to all?In 1963.

A ministry official said the device would be a mobile-like For all the latest Mumbai News, In all Rs 26 lakh was withdrawn from a bank. China-based handset makers have captured over 25 per cent of the Russian smartphone market in the second quarter of 2017,particularly in Nandurbar and Shahada where there are more than 30 sonography centres, Bhandari said Waghela admitted that cross-border and inter-district migration and sex selective abortions were being done and called for information on such practices For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood Mir Ehsan | Updated: April 24 2016 7:50 am Related News At 8 am everyday over 400 people gather at Mirza Kamil Chowk in Srinagar’s old city Within 90 minutes the crowd of mostly masons and labourers is gone picked up by contractors and other local residents for jobs across the city Every one of them is from outside the state usually from Bihar Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand and many of them have been in the Valley for over a decade The scene at Mirza Kamil now famously referred to as Bihar Chowk is another reminder that some students at National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Srinagar who’ve sparked a local-versus-outsider debate and who want the institute moved to Jammu for “security reasons” aren’t the only ‘outsiders’ living in the Valley Or their most representative voice There are an estimated 300000 people from outside Kashmir living in Srinagar and its other districts discounting employees of the Central government From protests for azadi and hartals against the Indian Army to friendships and business they have seen bad days in the Valley but also the good The Sunday Express profiles a few of Kashmir’s ‘outsiders’ Ananta Kumar Mohanty From Naihati West Bengal; Tea vendor in Srinagar Mohanty goes back to his village once a year “It’s too hot there” he says (Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Ananta Kumar Mohanty is preparing an omelette when a customer drops in “Hira do cup namkeen chai bana dena (make two cups of salt tea)” the man says “Adsa beh pather (Okay sit down)” Mohanty replies in chaste Kashmiri Hailing from Naihati in West Bengal Mohanty affectionately called Hira in these parts has been in the Valley for the past three decades now He arrived as an 11-year-old “I have lived all my life in Kashmir” says the 46-year-old Despite living through some of most difficult times — the militancy of the Nineties the stone-throwing incidents and the street protests of 2008 and 2010 — Hira says his love for Kashmir hasn’t waned “If anything I only worry as to how I will repay the goodness of people here” Hira says adding that his neighbours and friends have helped every time his family has been in distress “When the floods (in 2014) hit my family and I had to move to the (nearby) hill When we returned to a flooded house 12 days later my neighbours came to my rescue They provided us with everything — ration blankets and bedding” Hira now lives alone in his rented accommodation at Rajbagh in Srinagar — his wife and three daughters returned to their native village after his mother died last year “My daughters were born in Srinagar” he says “Like Kashmiri children they too have lived through the firing and protests” Does he miss his village “I don’t feel comfortable there It is too hot… I go there for a month every year” he says adding that he chooses the month of Ramzan for his annual trip “I never open my tea stall during roza (fasting) I would never do that” he says It’s a Thursday and separatists have called for a complete shutdown “Nobody has ever asked me to close my stall during the hartals” he says “In 2008 and 2010 when everything was closed my stall was open They know it is my livelihood” Arun Yadav From Sohani Bagaha Bihar; Juice vendor at Lal Chowk in Srinagar ‘Why ask someone to say this or that Kashmiris don’t ask us to shout azadi’ Arun Yadav doesn’t like shutdowns in the Valley: they mean fewer people on the roads and by extension less business for him “We work on shutdown days as well but we have to be a bit careful If stones are being thrown during a protest we move away from the main roads and work from the lanes” says the 28-year-old who sells fresh pineapple and orange juice from a cart that he has set up outside Tyndale Biscoe Missionary School at Lal Chowk in the heart of Srinagar Yadav has been in Kashmir for the past five years — selling fresh juice in summer and peanuts and chickpeas in winter While most of the migrant workers from Bihar return when the temperatures plummet in the bone-chilling winters some stay back Yadav is one of them “It is difficult to live and earn in Bihar” he says “You hardly make Rs 200 a day and the cost of living is almost the same as that in Srinagar” In the Valley the juice vendor says he earns enough for himself and is able to send home Rs 7000 a month “On a normal day I earn Rs 400 to 450 But during shutdowns I only earn around Rs 250” he says Has anything changed in the last few years especially with the politics over “nationalism” reaching Kashmir “We are here for work We don’t get into politics” he says “But let me tell you the truth I have never faced any threat any intimidation or discrimination in the Valley It would be a lie to accuse anybody” As the conversation veers towards the Bharat Mata ki jai debate he says “Why should we ask somebody to do this or that The Kashmiris don’t ask us to chant azadi slogans or Pakistan zindabad” Rahul Arora From Bareilly Uttar Pradesh; Shopkeeper in Bandipora Bandipora once the hotbed of militancy has been Rahul Arora’s home for almost a decade In north Kashmir’s Bandipora once synonymous with militancy 32-year-old Rahul Arora runs a grocery store in the town’s main market Originally from Bareilly Uttar Pradesh Arora has been in the Valley for almost a decade “After my graduation in Bareilly my father who ran this shop decided to go back to UP That’s when I came here” says Arora who lives in a rented house with his wife and two-year-old daughter “Bandipora has a history of militancy but I never faced any issues here” he says adding that his daughter is set to join a kindergarten school in the town “All my customers are Muslims and they treat us like family Kashmir is a second home for me I only visit my parents and brothers during winter” Arora says After his sister’s wedding in Bareilly he recounts having hosted his friends and neighbours for dinner in Bandipora “Later when my sister came here along with her in-laws my neighbours and friends gave them a warm reception” Arora says there are five to six other families from different states living in Bandipora “Had there been any problem or any security-related issues we would have never stayed here” he says adding that on Muslim festivals they get regular invites from their neighbours Krishna Rao From Hyderabad; Divisional Engineer BSNL in Baramulla There’s quite a distance between Hyderabad and north Kashmir’s Baramulla town but Krishna Rao says the decision to move here was voluntary “I picked Kashmir as I had heard a lot about this place I took this posting as a challenge and now I enjoy Baramulla for its beauty and the nature of its people” says the divisional engineer with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) who lives with his wife and two daughters in a house adjacent to his office at Dewan Bagh locality “I was transferred from Hyderabad to Kashmir last autumn It’s been eight months The only problem I face here is the cold” laughs Rao Apart from interacting with his employees Rao says he has developed friendships with locals especially retired government employees “I walk down the streets of Baramulla town every evening The locals are very friendly and they greet me and we exchange pleasantries” he says “Though my Hindi and Urdu isn’t very good people here still chat with me and try to strike up friendships” On the NIT Sringar students Rao says “The NIT issue is a very different one Instead of protests the students should focus on their education We’ve never had any problems here and hopefully students from different states would also have no problems” Rinku Singh From Gurdaspur Punjab; Carpenter in Sopore “Only problem is the cold” says Rao who came to Baramulla 8 months ago In thesummer of 2015 Sopore was beset by fear: six of its young men had been mysteriously killed by gunmen in a few weeks And then suddenly hand-written posters appeared all across town directing “workers from outside” to leave the Valley None did Rinku Singh a carpenter from Gurdaspur in Punjab believes he knows why the men stayed put “I have been coming here for the past six years — even when people from other parts of Kashmir were scared to visit” he says “Nobody had asked us to leave the Valley then Why now We knew somebody was upto some mischief” Sopore the apple town of Kashmir is the capital of separatism in the Valley and a militant stronghold But every year thousands of migrant workers land here in search of work Rinku and his five-member team specialise in making wardrobes cupboards and beds They boast of having worked in every Sopore neighbourhood “We have our own clientèle” says Rinku The carpenter says he isn’t afraid of working even in the late hours “It (Sopore) is as safe as Gurdaspur When it gets too late people drop us back to our homes” Have he or his colleagues ever faced any problems “No” Rinku says “People talk of tension in the Valley but there is none here People here leave their houses to us because they trust us What’s there to be afraid of” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: April 17 2014 10:55 am Related News The decision on the plea of 144 village panchayats who had given in writing regarding the closure of liquor vends in different villages of Punjab will be taken by the state excise and taxation department on Thursday Though the department might decide to close a few of the vendsbut the total number of vends will not be less than 6000because some will be relocated? He refused to conduct an abortion as the woman was 23 weeks pregnant. “When he did not return till late, the police in Andhra Pradesh had killed 20 men.who has been evading police. “Lal Mohan is also a sympathiser of PLFI.

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