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2012 12:26 am Related News Is black really back? The delegation had gone under the leadership of Association President Gurmeet Singh Kular.” More from the world of Entertainment: Only hit matters,V. Not just a loud build up with little aggression in the actual fight. last seen on &TV’s Dilli Waali Thakur Girls,So many lives have been lost due to our callousness, read a inscription in Bengali on one of the wreaths Local people gathered at the gates in the morning claiming that more bodies could still be trapped inside Meanwhilesix of the seven directors of the hospital who surrendered to the policewould be produced in court during the day Earlier the civic authorities sealed the annexe building Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has already cancelled the licence of the hospital on the charge of gross negligence and lapse For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsImphal: Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Haji Abdul Salam passed away on Tuesdaynight following a brief illness He was 69 Haji Abdul Salam was the first Manipuri Muslim to be a member of the Rajya Sabha representing Manipur He had been representing the state in the upper house since 2014 said a Congress official Born at Heibong Makhong in Thoubal district Haji Abdul Salam is survived by his wife son and five daughters He was elected to the 3rd 6th and 8th Manipur Legislative Assembly from Wabagai constituency Haji Abdul Salam Photo courtesy: Twitter On Wednesday Congress workers in Manipur led by Manipur chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh Deputy chief minister Gaikhangam MPCC chief TN Haokip paid tribute to the mortal remain of the late MP at Congress Bhavan Imphal State government on Wednesday announced half holiday for all the educational institutions government offices in the state in honour of the departed soul Meanwhile Vice President M Hamid Ansari on Wednesday condoled the passing away of Rajya Sabha MP Abdul Salam Ansari said Salam will be remembered for his service to the people of Manipur "I am deeply grieved to hear about the demise of Shri Abdul Salam Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha A senior parliamentarian from Manipur Shri Salam will be remembered for his service to the people of the State I convey my deepest condolences to the bereaved members of the family and join the nation in praying for eternal peace for the departed soul” he said in a message Prime Minister Narendra Modi too shared his condolences on Twitter Saddened by the demise of Rajya Sabha MP from Manipur Shri Haji Abdul Salam Condolences to his family May his soul rest in peace: PM — PMO India (@PMOIndia) March 1 2017 Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi too shared his condolences Saddened by the demise of Shri Haji Abdul SalamA veteran Congressman &committed social worker he served the ppl of Manipur with dedication — Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) March 1 2017 Four families have been waiting for two years for their children to return as the police twiddles its thumbs Between 2015 and 2016 six boys aged between 8 and 16 years went missing in Karpi block of Arwal district in Bihar Two of them returned after managing to escape their captors They have harrowing tales to recount “These men hit me on my face and I fell unconscious When I woke up I was in a different place They told me it was Ludhiana” recalls Manoj Kumar* He was made to chop wood from nine in the morning till six every evening “There were eight of us The other boys were from Sultanpur Aurangabad Agra and Jharkhand Twenty men guarded us They would beat us if we didn’t chop wood andwon’t give us food There was no payment at all They killed four boys And threw them in the river nearby” Chilling as his story is Manoj’s impassive recounting of the horrific ordeal reveals how normalised such violence had been in his life as a slave Mohammad Ansari whose fifteen-year-old brother went missing in 2015 recalls that the police initially dismissed their complaint “They told us he must have run away” Bittu Kumar was only eight when he went missing in August 2016 Fekan Yadav his father recalls bitterly “We had to organise a road block and demonstrate in front of the Superintendent of Police and only then did the police come to investigate It’s only when we go to the administration that anything works If we don’t go they will not do anything” Community Correspondent Zafar Iqbal who has been helping the families approach authorities doesn’t hold much hope out for a pro-active stance on part of the administration “When I accompany the family members to the police station the officers in charge speak to us politely But whenever the the family members go on their own they are dismissed brusquely The brother of one the missing boys was berated for coming and bothering the police repeatedly” he adds Zafar went to get updates about the case from the Inspector in charge recently: “He kept asserting that the police doesn’t have any information regarding the whereabouts of these boys and so can’t rescue them” This is echoed in the testimony of Marmun Khatun whose son Arshad has been missing: “They come and ask us for information telling us that they can only do something if we find out more details” What is important to note is clear violation of existing legal provisions According to a2013 judgement by the Supreme Court all missing minors are presumed to be kidnapped or trafficked until proven otherwise The families of the missing boys in Arwal however have repeatedly been told that the boys have probably gone to work somewhere and will come back on their own and this logic has been used by the police to delay registering FIRs In aStandard Operating Procedure for Cases of Missing Children the Ministry of Women and Child Development further lays down the provision that if the child has not been rescued within four months the case will be investigated by the district Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) This has also been violated by the police who is pestering the families for information instead of taking a lead on the investigation This gross incompetence and brazen disregard for the laws unfortunately is the hallmark of the criminal justice system for the most part The results are here to see:180 children go missing every day in India and two out of three remain untraced The two teenage boys who have returned home have done so completely on their own managing to evade and escape their traffickers at great risk to their lives They were lucky But what about the four other youngsters still missing Will the criminal justice system meant to protect them finally step into action Only time will tell Meanwhile there is only the interminable excruciating wait for the families of Manish Kumar (16) Arshad Ansari (14) Bittu Kumar (8) and Sonu Ansari (17) *Name changed to protect identity Article by Madhura Chakraborty Video by Zafar Iqbal Written by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: November 28 2016 2:28 am Visitors will also get a glimpse into what lies underneath the city with an installation that has been playfully dubbed ‘Journey To The Centre of Mumbai’ (Source: Dilip Kagda) Top News COME DECEMBER Mumbaikars can experience a part of the city’s history as the University of Mumbai’s Centre for Extra-Mural Studies (CEMS) holds its annual exhibition on geology and archaeology The annual event is all the more special this year as it will allow visitors to touch the relics some of which trace their history to the Shilahara period “For the first time the people of Mumbai can see proof of their beloved city’s history One of the relics on display is from the 12th century We are offering people a chance to actually see it” said Mugdha Karnik director CEMS Watch What Else Is Making News The relic is a land grant stone recovered from the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre that has clear inscriptions Dating back to Kartika Shuddha Dwadashi Samvat 1290 (ie CE 1368) the inscriptions refer to the Delhi Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq and his local vassal Hambirrao from the Bimba Dynasty “The place referred to in the inscription is Konkan-Bimbasthana and there are names of villages identifiable today such as Marol Nanale Devnare (Devnar)” said Karnik While the Portuguese history of Mumbai is well-known not many are aware of the city’s medieval period and the exhibition to be held between December 15 and 18 is a good opportunity to change that Visitors will also get a glimpse into what lies underneath the city with an installation that has been playfully dubbed ‘Journey To The Centre of Mumbai’ A 35-metre long cylindrical core excavated from the Metro III project site will show visitors the layers of soil that make up Mumbai’s topography “Seven kinds of lava flowed in Mumbai helping form the its soil composition This can be seen in the different layers of the monolithic core” said Kurush Dalal an archaeologist from the CEMS The exhibition which is one of the community outreach programmes of the CEMS will have something to offer to all kinds of visitors For example those looking for adventure can engage in a hunt for relics in a mock trench imitating an archaeological site An installation of megalithic burials will give a glimpse of how our ancestors laid their dead to rest For those fascinated with matters from outside the world a meteorite of around 20kg will be on display Visitors can not only appreciate its beauty but also touch the stone The meteorite is the star of a mineral stone dealer’s collection His collection will include an array of stones including titanium quartz and scolecite Amid a display of weapons from all ages flintknappers will make ancient weapons using stones “The exhibition aims to bring the Mumbaikars closer to their city’s history” said Karnik For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bhikhu Parekh | Published: October 2 2009 2:00 am Related News All human beingshowever greatare children of their timeand have their cultural and personal limitations Gandhi was no exceptionand is open to legitimate criticism for some of his beliefs and actions There are however several areas where his contribution was remarkable and continues to remain highly relevant 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