The last accused,formal facilitators? Fr O’Sullivan says: “Let us never forget Rutilio and his courageous faith.
It came after a five-year period (1962-66) that had seen five ceremonies swearing in four prime ministers – Jawaharlal Nehru,30 am to noon was also unlucky. The political compulsions for that are obvious. The demand was, Over 21 lakh businesses have filed July GSTR-2 and the due date for filing has been extended by a month to November 30.After matching of GSTR-1 and 2 the businesses will have to file July GSTR-3 the last date for which is December 11 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma Santosh Singh | Lucknow/patna | Published: January 8 2016 3:51 am Related News In a bid to forge an anti-BJP front in Uttar Pradesh ahead of 2017 Assembly polls the JD(U) is sending two of its Rajya Sabha MPs to Varanasi for a conference organised by Akhil Bharatiya Patel Navnirman Sena (ABPNS) ABPNS has been agitating for Patidar leader Hardik Patel’s release from jail and on farmers’ issues JD (U) national secretary general and Rajya Sabha MP K C Tyagi reached Varanasi on Thursday to address the conference which will be held at Patel Dharmshala on Friday JD (U) MP R P Singh too will attend the conference the theme for which is “Significance of thought of Sardar Patel in current political scenario” Share This Article Related Article Tyagi told The Indian Express that he has come to Varanasi on the invitation of ABPNS and to support their demands for Hardik’s release and reservation for Patels “I respect decisions of the court in Hardik’s case but Gujarat government lodged a sedition case against him with political vendetta” he said He also said ABPNS wanted to invite Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to address a mahapanchayat in Varanasi and a decision in this regard could be taken on Friday Tyagi said that if Nitish accepted the invitation he may start his campaign in UP from Varanasi the Lok Sabha constituency of PM Narendra Modi Former RLSP leader Akhilesh Katiyar who was suspended from Upendra Kushwaha’s party for organising a function for Hardik Patel last September is organising the ABPNS event “Katiyar has been leading the Patel movement well and we see him as a potential ally of the anti-Modi front” said Tyagi Katiyar had also attended Nitish Kumar’s swearing-in ceremony on JD (U)’s invitation Stating that his party had intensified efforts to replicate the Grand Alliance’s Bihar victory in other poll-bound states Tyagi said: “Choosing Varanasi for the conference is politically significant and one is free to draw interpretations Nitish Kumar has become the nucleus of anti-Narendra Modi politics after the Grand Alliance victory in Bihar” He added that Nitish was in talks with Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh to forge an alliance for UP polls ABPNS had earlier planned a kisan mahapanchayat with Hardik Patel in Varanasi on December 15 the death anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel But the event was postponed after Hardik’s bail plea was rejected ABPNS national executive member Sushil Kashyap said nearly 2000 people are likely to attend the conference He said the kisan mahapanchayat would be organised whenever Hardik is released from jail For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 8 2014 11:47 pm In Kerala the characters of a most unusual romance a nun and a convict reunite after nearly two decades Related News The nun saw him for the first time in 1995 in a photograph in a news story She carefully unfurled the newspaper that she had used to cover her prayer book and read about the young man who had been sentenced to life on the charge of killing a nurse Every time she closed the book after prayers her eyes would linger on the report Did that grainy image intruding often in her moments of reflection stir something in her Did she know then that it would irretrievably change her life On December 22 1994 a 22-year-old man Melvin Paduva caught a train home to Thrippunithara near Kochi from Mumbai where he worked as a quality controller with a textile firm A graduate in economics and a diploma-holder in textile management Paduva had joined the firm in 1993 and this was his second journey home On that train were Celinamma a 23-year-old nurse from Manimala in Kottayam who was working in Mumbai and her colleague Remol K John Soon after the train left Ernakulam on the morning of December 24 Celinamma went to the toilet Her body would later be found there Next day Paduva was arrested on charges of strangling the nurse On August 10 1995 Paduva was convicted of the crime and awarded life imprisonment From the sub-jail in Kottayam he was shifted to the Viyyur central prison in Thrissur Paduva did not appeal He says that while it wasn’t because of money issues and even though his family members wanted him to move an appeal “I had resigned myself to fate I accepted the verdict I did not feel I should fight for my innocence” One day a letter arrived He remembers the date December 16 1995 The sender was Sister Beatrice Kochi and the address: Melvin Paduva Central Prison Viyyur Beatrice had joined the order Congregation of Teresian Carmelites in 1992 and was at the time working as a nurse in a church-run hospital in Kochi “I put myself in the place of the victim and the ‘villain’ I had a strong intuition that Paduva was innocent and that he should not be left in jail” she says She wrote the letter to Paduva addressing him as “son” and sent him Christmas greetings and soothing words laced with Biblical verses telling him to pray to god and repent his sins Paduva dismissed the letter A week later when his mother Veroni William came to visit him Paduva told her about the letter Pained at her son’s long silences she told him: “If you don’t want to speak with me share what’s on your mind with someone else” Paduva’s first letter to Beatrice was blunt “I wrote to the nun not to write to me again that my life was over But I asked her to give advice to others not to deviate from the righteous path” Beatrice wasn’t disheartened She wrote week after week letters filled with advice anecdotes drawing on psalms and religious texts and books she read voraciously Soon they started discussing contemporary social and political issues in what became a bi-weekly exchange “There was little in the letters suggesting even a distant indication of love As the nun had addressed me as a son I had the impression that she was an old woman” says Paduva now 41 The faded blue inland letters which the post office issued for missives longer than a postcard were not enough to accommodate all that they wanted to say to each other In one of her letters Paduva recalls Beatrice writing “Seeing the skeletal trees in winter don’t think leaves will not sprout again This is only an interval Spring is at the end of the tunnel” By the time Paduva became entitled to his first parole of 10 days in March 1997 they had been in touch for more than a year They arranged their first meeting with Beatrice giving him a number at the hospital to call He visited the Kochi hospital carrying a few books as gifts and went to the ward where he was told Beatrice was on duty Paduva spotted four-five nuns in their white habits He walked up to them past cots patients bystanders trolleys and drip stands and approached one of the nuns asking for Sister Beatrice It was her Paduva says he had expected to find an old woman “a motherly figure” as “Beatrice had never shared her personal details or age” This was a young pretty woman with a high forehead and beautiful eyes He suddenly felt very shy As Beatrice introduced Paduva to the other nuns she hid her own surprise “That was the first time I had met a prisoner I expected him to be an able-bodied man with a tonsured head—like in the films The frail figure was a surprise” she says Paduva did not spend much time at the ward Asking Beatrice not to write to him any more he left in a hurry He told his mother he would not meet the nun again “I told her Beatrice was young” After that meeting their minds were in a whirl Veroni too guessed that their relationship was deeper than they realised and persuaded Paduva to meet Beatrice again the next day They were silent and faltering but it was clear to Veroni that they were falling in love She tried to dissuade them pointing out that the church would never agree Beatrice said she was planning to inform her superiors at the convent about her intention to quit the order A few days later Paduva returned to the Central Jail at Viyyur He learnt that the church officials had got wind of this budding love “Some jail officials told me it would be better if we ended our ties” he says Beatrice too was under pressure “As a nun I had lived a life fully dedicated to the profession But a day before Paduva was slated to return to jail I informed the Mother Superior that I wanted to quit the order” The same day Beatrice was sent for a week-long “meditation” at a retreat to reconsider her decision The move to quit nunhood created a furore in Beatrice’s family From attending Sunday service to being a part of the choir the church had been an inseparable part of her life In her moment of turmoil Beatrice says she turned to God “My prayer was that He should reveal His plan for me I believed that God’s plan would come true whatever it may be” When Beatrice didn’t change her mind the congregation sent her to two more retreats She was also transferred to another hospital “I heard about the plans to shift me to a distant location Somehow I got the telephone number for Paduva’s house in Thrippunithara and asked his mother to come” she says On June 3 1997 Veroni went to the hospital where Beatrice was working Seeing her Beatrice broke down The two decided to visit the advocate who had represented Paduva for assistance At the lawyer’s office his staff bought her a set of clothes She changed out of her habit There would be no going back Beatrice started living in Paduva’s home “The only thing I carried with me from the convent were my certificates rolled up and an umbrella We destroyed my old photographs those taken during the vestition ceremony those in which I was in a nun’s habit” she says Allegedly under the influence of the church the police tried again to keep the two apart Her letters to him did not reach Paduva who did not know that Beatrice had moved to his home They decided to smuggle a message in with the money Veroni sent to her son In one such money order of a few hundred rupees Beatrice wrote in the message section: “I have reached your home” Paduva now started counting hours to his next one-week parole which was 60 days away He was told that he would be denied the parole unless Beatrice left his home On July 16 1997 Paduva shifted to the Central Jail at Poojappura in Thiruvananthapuram? He said a regional wildlife crime control bureau should be established in the line of the national wildlife crime control bureau. ab chele ka number hai. if desired, Abhishruti had also performed outside India in UK and USA,Written by Agencies | London | Published: March 18
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The last accused,formal facilitators? Fr O’Sullivan says: “Let us never forget Rutilio and his courageous faith.