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Brazilians pessimistic At a ceremony in the Village on Wednesday,Paulo newspaper showed 60 percent of Brazilians believe the Games,and white shirt,but a new study has indicated that light may also play a role in modulating fear and anxiety.a district in northern Kerala. The decision to get back to work was not easy.announced a reward of Rs 1 crore for Himachalis winning a gold medal in the forthcoming Olympics in Great Britain. ?It’s because of the constant support of my Indian fans that I am here and I will continue making music in Indian languages for them, he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursdayslammed Union Minister Kiren Rijiju’s comments that North Indians enjoy breaking rules saying he should not divide Indians and it is politics that needs to improve File photo of Arvind Kejriwal PTI "Rijiju ji pl don’t divide Indians into North n south Indians Hindus n muslims All Indians r good It is politics that we need to improve" Kejriwal wrote on Twitter Rijiju Union Minister of State had said on Wednesday that he agreed with the statement of a former Lt Governor of Delhi who had once remarked that north Indians "take pride in and enjoy" breaking rules "I was witness to a statement made by one of the Lt Governor’s of Delhi some years back He had stated that people of north India enjoy breaking the rules and by evening he was forced to apologise " But I believe what he said was right" he had said on the sidelines of a function for inauguration of a think tank on police-related subjects Rijiju ji pl don’t divide Indians into North n south Indians Hindus n muslims All Indians r good It is politics that we need to improve — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) October 22 2015 Though he did not name the Lt Governor records show the comments were made by the then Delhi LG Tejinder Khanna who had said in February 2008 that "it is a speciality of north and west India that the people feel a sense of honour and pride in violating law and boasting that no action has been taken against them" PTI Lucknow: All issues can be resolved through dialogue Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said on Friday after meeting Muslim leaders as part of his efforts to mediate a solution to the protracted Ram temple dispute Shankar who was in Ayodhyaon Thursday and met various leaders across the religious spectrum said he respected the courts but they cannot connect hearts File image of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar AFP "Even after 100 years the judgments of courts will remain but if we find a solution through our hearts it will be recognised through the ages" Shankar told newspersons after meeting the rector of the Farangi Mahal Islamic Centre of India Maulana Khalid Rashid Farangimahli and other community leaders Farangimahli is also a senior member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) "We accept that it is a little late for such efforts but we want that the issue should be resolved soon" Shankar said "I am confident we will achieve something big for the country through this" he added According to Shankar a new message of brotherhood needs to be taken forward Asked if his efforts are aimed at a settlement before the court decision on the issue or even after that he said "We are not leaving any possibility. we are not working on an agenda but trying to find a way" The Art of Living founder asked for time and said there was no hurry religious heads would come together and talk Giving his take on the talks Farangimahli said differences will be removed if leaders of both sides sit together and talk regularly Shankaron Thursday met Dinendra Das of the Nirmohi Akhara as well as Muslim intellectuals in Ayodhya and Faizabad His efforts to mediate have found favour only with a section of both communities with major parties including the AIMPLB and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad expressing their reservations A day before visiting Ayodhya he had met Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow and said he wanted "unity and amity" Jaipur: The deadlock between in-service doctors who went on mass leave on Monday and the Rajasthan government continued as medical services remained paralysed for the second consecutive day on Tuesday State Health Minister Kali Charan Saraf and officials held a meeting with the agitating doctors tonight but the meeting ended with no result Representational image AFP In-service government doctors went on mass leave on Monday in support of their 33 demands "Our doors are always open for talks The doctors will have to come on the table to talk The government has made alternative arrangements and we will not let patients suffer" Saraf told reporters after the meeting Members of the core committee of the all Rajasthan state in-service doctors association were present at the meeting The doctors have 33 demands including a separate cadre and related with pay grade Principal secretary health Veenu Gupta said some of the demands were pertaining to finance department and are pending with it She said the agitating doctors were adamant and wanted assurance over those demands also which was not under the health department’s jurisdiction Meanwhile medical services remained affected across the state and the government made alternative arrangements to handle the situation Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: July 15 2012 3:46 am Top News There’s no doubt that lunch hours are leaner than dinner times in the city Looking to make afternoons more worthwhileSmoke House Delithe all-day cafe and delicatessen in Sector 7Chandigarhhas rolled out an Express Lunch Menu We like the fact that its a light but wholesome line-up of dishes that provides enough fuel for the rest of the day The menu includes a bread basketsnack optionssaladsmainsdesserts and even offerings from the bar for a spirited end to a meal Choose from the likes of Curried Cottage Cheese SkewersPaprika Puff Wasabi SalsaLamb Kibbeh and Zattar Spiced Basa for starters Theres a Caesar Salad Station as well The main course brings in dishes like Wild Mushroom RisottoCottage Cheese Ratatouille and Grilled Peri Peri Chicken The Flourless Fudge and Hazelnut Mousse Flan wrap up desserts A meal for two will set you back by Rs 1300 Contact: 4444488 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 5 2012 3:54 am Related News Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) drivers in Surendranagar district went on a flash strike on Thursday morning after a mob set ablaze a bus and beat up its driver at Ratanpar near the city in the wake of an ongoing dispute between two communities over a murder The bus service resumed in the afternoon after higher authorities assured that they would take care of the safety of driverspassengers and busessaid Prithvisinh RanaGSRTC depot managerSurendranagar district According to a complaint registered by driver Pratap Patel with Joravarnagar police stationa 200-strong mob attacked his bus at Ratanpar around 11 pm on Wednesday They first pelted stones at the vehicle and thrashed him before setting the bus on firestated the complaint Police said they have arrested one youth in this connection For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 9 2012 1:47 am Related News Former Federal Minister for LawJustice and Parliamentary Affairs and Vice President of Pakistan Peoples PartyZaheer-ud-din Babar Awan stressed on the need for cooperation and dialogue between both countries On his maiden visit to India on the invitation of various Bar Associations of IndiaAwan interacted with the Amritsar Bar Association on Saturday He expressed his pleasure on having got a chance to visit the Golden Temple and in particular the Jallianwala Bagh Welcoming the meeting between heads of both countriesAwan said while attending a media interaction session organised by the Punjab and Haryana Bar council? who usually travels by the same train.

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