a police officer told Newsline.ugly?was burgled early Monday morning Cash and valuables were stolenpolice said The incident took place in Goels office in the Bengali Market area No watchman or security guard had been hired to keep watch on the office MoreoverGoel had asked for the grills in the office to be removed a few days ago as he felt that they looked ugly?Amandeep?two children and asthmatic father are staying at a friend? rising from 227 in the ranking charts to 150.which American legend Michael Johnson achieved in 1995 — although the both have to get through the semi-finals, Under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, "How many children died?didn’t score much in Kanpur, the way the bowlers got stuck in hot,humid conditions we put India under pressure but credit tothem for withstanding it with Saha contributing in bothinnings” Taylor said “To be honest we thought the pitch would be different Agood cricket wicket it’s just been relaid and is going toget better and better” READ:India beat New Zealand to lead series 2-0 top Testrankings India took a crucial first-innings lead of a little overhundred runs which tilted the game in the home team’s favour New Zealand tried to fight back by sending back threeIndian batsmen quickly in their second innings but Rohit andSaha stood firm “I guess anytime you have a 112-run deficit you’realways under pressure We got some early wickets but thepartnership between Saha and Rohit took it away from us Ithought Tom Latham was outstanding today Never been to Indore(venue for third Test) before it will be interesting to seewhat the wicket will be like” Taylor hoped regular captain Kane Williamson who missedthe game owing to illness would be back for the third andfianl Test “Good to see Kane Williamson at the ground today still abit pale but knowing him he’ll be back in the netstomorrow” READ:India dethrone Pakistan to become number one Test team: Who said what onTwitter Saha said he was under no pressure playing in front ofthe home crowd “I’m very happy for winning the series and getting myfirst man of the match” Saha said “My teammates and the crowd supported me a lot Not muchpressure I’m just going in to bat defending the good balls?

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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sunanda Mehta | New Delhi | Published: November 29 2015 1:05 am Residents of the village climb on a local train to Mumbai to hawk their wares (Source: Pavan Khengre) Related News Together they walk through the busy station at Vangani weaving their way cautiously through the crowds A beep from the metal detector tells them they have reached the platform Santoshi and her eight-year-old son Akash join a group of visually impaired people that’s waiting for the train to Mumbai an hour-and-a-half hour ride away In the evening they will retrace their steps back to Vangani after a long day of hawking their goods to passengers on the train This has been their routine for the past many years Over the last 15 years Vangani a small town in Thane district’s Ambarnath taluka has become home to a large number of visually impaired people At present their numbers areabout 350 with the majority having migrated to Vangani from across Maharashtra It all began in 1998 when Ravi Patil a local politician announced free houses to the visually impaired The response was immediate — more than 50 families migrated to Vangani in the next few months They came from all corners of the state with hopes of a new home and a new life Their dream was interrupted when just a few years later Patil the man responsible for getting them to Vangani and who was working on giving them houses was killed as a result of a political rivalry By then over 300 visually impaired people had already come to Vangani Their hope for a permanent home shattered they began looking for jobs Most of them now hawk trinklets chains locks and paper soaps on the local train to Mumbai and back Starting afresh in a new place away from their extended family hasn’t been easy Ask Gajendra Pagare 43 who has a Master’s degree in political science from the University of Pune and lives in Vangani with his wife and three children all visually impaired “I was four when a side effect of a medication left me completely blind” he says Like many others in Vangani the Pagares have sent their children to government-run residential schools for the blind in Panvel and Mumbai “I used to run a PCO in Mumbai earlier but the government demolished that About five years ago we moved to Vangani I earn about Rs 50-100 a day but on some days it’s even less Sometimes the police harasses us throws us out of trains and confiscates our goods I have filled so many forms for a government job but the three per cent quota for the disabled in government jobs is a big joke” says Pagare A couple from Vangani Shankar Pawar agrees The unofficial spokesperson of the community in Vangani Pawar has been relentless in his efforts to make the lot of his community better but says it has amounted to nothing “Our wish list is not too big We want some stable source of employment instead of having to hawk stuff in overcrowded trains The travel every day saps our energy We also need some financial assistance to build houses We all live on rent” says Pawar who teaches children in Vangani But the most pressing demand of the community has been for a foot overbridge to the railway platform from where they board the train to work At present they cross the railway track to reach the platform a journey fraught with danger and one which has already resulted in many accidents In their demand for a foot overbridge the community has found a vocal supporter in Dr Atul Jaiswal of the Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS) who is collaborating with a few advocacy groups As a result of their efforts Rs 15 crore was sanctioned for the bridge in 2013 but just after a few months construction slowed down to a halt “If this one basic demand can be addressed by the authorities it will do wonders for the safety and morale of the people there” says Jaiswal who stayed with the community at Vangani for two years and prepared a project report on their need before moving to Canada from where he continues to monitor the progress on the bridge Their work aside the community does not meet often Fifty-year-old Krishna Khopole whose wife passed away a few years ago and who now lives with a friend spends most evenings alone In a town of 25000 there are not many facilities and occasions for people like Khopole to socialise “We have been fighting to get more facilities The battle on the social and emotional front has not been easy either When I came here 25 years ago there were many instances of couples separating families splitting and children suffering because of that but that has reduced There are other issues though There are people in the community who are homosexual but find it difficult to come out” says Dr Anogha Patil who runs a hospital at Vangani and is a rallying point for the community “When Ravi Patil was alive we would hold events and fairs we would celebrate Louis Braille Day but now there aren’t too many programmes” she says But there are occasions when the community meets Music is one of the reasons that brings them together Last year Patil put together an orchestra whose 16 members are all visually impaired The orchestra has already given around 10 performances in the state Currently the orchestra is rehearsing in Patil’s house for a concert in Mumbai on December 11 Dheeraj Giri 30 belts out a melodious duet singing both the male and the female parts The husband-wife duo of Santosh Tapre and Deepa join in The sound of music and conversation fills the room and for a brief time the group assembled inside forgets its troubles But only briefly As the rehearsal ends singers Shankar Pawar and Pradeep Kumar make their way back slowly home walking along the railway track A woman comes rushing from the other side and runs into them “Can’t you see Are you blind” she asks in irritation “Yes” answers Kumar with a laugh Pawar joins in For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Updated: June 5 2017 1:38 pm The water pipeline was funded by two Pune-based organisations — Tellus Organisation and Aadar Pratishthan Express Photo Top News Back in 1990s when the Temghar Dam was being built in Mulshi taluka the villagers residing in its vicinity were relocated to a remote area situated at a higher level from the ground Since no water pipeline was laid in the area women residing in Vegare Dhanori and Mandavkhadak had to walk for upto two to four kilometres to fetch water from a well situated around 2 kms away from Mandavkhadak The decades-long struggle of the villagers finally came to an end this week when a water pipeline was laid in Mandavkhadak While houses will be provided with taps by this week The water pipeline was funded by two Pune-based organisations — Tellus Organisation and Aadar Pratishthan Nearly 30 families live in the villages situated around 60 kms away from Paud Road The total population of the three villages is around 300 Most of the residents belong to the shepherd community “The villages are quite remote and are situated on a mountain The well near Mandavkhadak was built about two years ago The water pipeline laid stretches upto 15 km and will cater to most of the houses To help other hamlets in the region suffering water scarcity we need a water pipeline upto five kilometres” said sarpanch of Vegare Bhausaheb Markale Markale added that he has sought funding from a few organisations and corporate firms for the remaining work on the pipeline Lokesh Bapat of Tellus Organisation said while the work of laying the water pipeline has finished taps would be fixed by June 5 “The residents of these three villages will finally have some relief after suffering for decades No one bothered to do anything for them Summers especially had been very tough on them This water pipeline will solve their long-standing water scarcity issue” said Bapat For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: February 7 2017 3:36 pm Pawan Kalyan’s Katamarayudu teaser creates record on YouTube Related News Power star Pawan Kalyan arrived with the teaser of his upcoming film Katamarayudu on Saturday but the less-than-a-minute long video has already taken the internet by storm Needless to say Tollywood and mega fandom has received the message loud and clear The teaser has clockedmore than 5 million views in less than 57 hours on YouTube The filmmakers released a new poster featuring Pawan thanking the fans for making the teaser a big hit Katamarayudu’s YouTube record stands next to superstar Rajinikanth’s Kabali whose teaser had amassed 5 million views within 24 hours of its release Also read | Katamarayudu teaser: Pawan Kalyan redefines action-faction genre While some might feel that it’s the regular Pawan fever that caught the attention but we believe the new avatar of the star in khadis roughing up goons in a faction backdrop is what made the numbers spike in epic proportions Bringing back the memories of chasing-by-run sequence and high-octane fights at railway stations the power star has assured that Katamarayaudu might be the actioner of the year Katamarayudu is the Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster Veeram The movie will feature Pawan Kalyan as a faction leader Actor Shruti Haasan will be seen opposite him in the film Reports suggest that the producers plan to release the film on Ugaadi in March wrapping up the shooting by this month Watch teaser here: Meanwhile Pawan Kalyan is taking a break from his political commitments as he is already working on two other projects full throttle He had booked a slot for another Tamil remake He will be seen playing Ajith’s role in the Vedalam remake under R T Neason’s direction The film’s shooting will take place later this year He also signed up another project with popular director Trivikram Srinivas While the actor is busy with three projects he is also teaming up with Trivikram to jointly produce a film featuring Nithiin For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsRaipur:?Chhattisgarh journalists are on the warpath The 30-day ultimatum they gave to the state government and the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to respond to their demands for enshrining a law protecting journalists expired on 2 November And yet there has been no response The agitating scribes also want Rs 1 crore as compensation for journalists killed in the line of duty In Chhattisgarh journalists are targeted by Maoists as well as by trigger-happy policemen Reports of the likely return of a controversial top cop who is both detested and feared by journalists for his alleged overreach has added urgency to the demand The journalists have vowed to escalate their protests They said with state elections in 2018 and general elections in 2019 political parties ignore journalists at their own peril Peaceful march halted The 30-day ultimatum was given on 2 October Gandhi Jayanti Journalists across Chhattisgarh came together for a rally in the state capital of Raipur and marched towards Raj Bhavan to press their demands But halfway there police halted the march Thwarted the journalists stood their ground and raised slogans compelling the governor to send a representative to speak to them A memorandum listing their demands was handed over to the representative with a copy to the PMO Sources said the government was shocked and unnerved by the public display of anger Until now the media and the Raman Singh-led BJP government have had a fairly cordial relationship Several senior journalists who participated in the march said they had not seen a bigger outpouring of anger from journalists in the past 15 years Journalists across Chhattisgarh came together for a rally in the state capital of Raipur Avdhesh Mallick ‘Kill journalists’ The immediate reason for the march was the leaking of a 30-second audio clip made bya Maoist cadre toa group of Bijapur-based journalists who went to the Bastar jungles in September In the audio clip DL Manahar the former Bastar Superintendent of Police is reportedly heard telling his subordinates: Stay on high alert If any journalist is spotted covering Maoists kill him The Bijapur journalists who were unaware that the message dated back to 2004-2005 brought the clip to the attention of theBijapur Press Club The reaction was swift The club president Ganesh Mishra stated that thewireless message reflected the thinking and attitude of the police towards the media ETVBijapur correspondent Mukesh Chandrakar said journalists started feeling unsafe from the day the audio was leaked Domino effect Copies of the audio clip were sent to the Bijapur police and district administration The clip was also posted on social media and went viral Durgesh Madhav Awasthi Director General Anti-Naxal Operations promptly ordered an Inspector General-level inquiry Meanwhile some senior journalists questioned the date of the audio clip The probe was aborted after it was discovered that the clip was part of a 10-minute wireless message which leaked in 2004-2005 A three-member committee led by a deputy superintendent-level officer was constituted to look into the matter However this angered the journalists even more They queried how a deputy superintendent-level officer could investigate a superintendent of police-level officer The issue grew larger TheBijapur journalists along with their Bastar counterparts gathered outside the Bastar commissioner’s office in Jagdalpur and staged a demonstration But when nothing came of that journalists took their agitation to Raipur and the march on Governor’s House on 2 October spearheaded by the Raipur Press Club At least six other press associations including the Bastar Press Club lent their support to the demonstration As to why these large-scale protests happened now and not a decade earlier the answer is simple: Social media?

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