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We have received directions from the ministry. but no indiscipline in the institute will be tolerated. including the Strait of Hormuz, will release on January 29. Against these criticisms, reported The Times of India.She pointed out that the late chief minister J Jayalalithaa had once expelled her for conspiring against her She said "It would too wrong to nominate Sasikala Natarjan as the general secretary of the party Because nowhere madam (Jayalalithaa) has mentioned her name She has not even given her a councillor or an MLA seat It shows that political life is not fit for her She was earlier expelled by Amma for conspiring against her and trying to kill her" She also demanded a judicial inquiry into death of Jayalalithaa Want judicial inquiry into death of Madam Jayalalithaawhat actually happened to her People want to know:Sasikala PushpaExpelled AIADMK MP pictwittercom/EbMU9famot — ANI (@ANI_news) December 16 2016 Pushpa also cited a by-law of the AIADMK "There is a rule in Class-30 sub clause-5 that a person being a primary member for five consecutive years can contest the elections However if this is implied then Sasikala is not fit to be the general secretary" On Thursday the AIADMK said that Sasikala Natarajan will be party’s next general secretary"It is clear that Chinnamma (Sasikala) will be the next general secretary of the party" said AIADMK spokesperson C Ponnaiyan By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 22 2017 2:00 am Abdul Khalid studied in Class V Related News A nine-year-old boy died after falling into an open pit in a DDA park in outer Delhi’s Vijay Vihar area Tuesday evening Police said the incident took place around 4 am when the boy — identified as Abdul Khalid a Class V student — was playing cricket along with his friends Family members blamed the DDA for leaving the pit unfenced and unsupervised Deputy Commissioner of Police (outer) Rishi Pal said a case has been registered under Section 304A of the IPC based on the father’s statement “A post-mortem was conducted and the body handed over to the family Apparent cause of death appears to be drowning” he said A senior DDA official told The Indian Express that it was “a compost pit dug up to bury dried leaves” “The pit is covered after dried leaves are filled in In this case it might have been left open due to the rain But we will look into the matter” the official said adding that the DDA takes all precautions on its properties to prevent untoward incidents The child’s maternal uncle Mohammad Mumtaz said “Khalid would got home by 7 pm When he didn’t come home on Tuesday we started looking for him We asked his friends if they had seen him anywhere Initially they were scared They later told us that Khalid had fallen into a pit filled with rain water” Police said the family rushed to the spot and pulled Khalid out of the pit They took him to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead According to police after playing cricket Khalid was trying to rinse his mud-splattered clothes in the pit when he slipped and fell inside “The 9-10-ft-deep pit had been dug for dumping leaves but was not covered His friends saw him fall but were too scared to inform anyone and returned home” a police officer said Police said they were informed about the incident around 8 pm They inspected the spot where the boy fell and found that there was no signboard near the pit to indicate that the area was out of bounds On Wednesday DDA officials installed a board and a makeshift fence around the pit For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Published: April 11 2016 12:01 am Students who are already enrolled in various IITs will continue to pay their fee according to the old slabs Related News The government has moved to rationalise subsidies in education The ministry of human resource development has proposed a new fee structure for IITs starting from the next academic session The fee for the general category has been hiked by 122 per cent to Rs 2 lakh per year while the SC/ ST students the disabled and those from economically weaker sections will attend for free It is clarified that students from families earning less than Rs 1 lakh per year will also pay no fees Those from families with an annual income of Rs 1-5 lakh will be waived two-thirds of the fee and will pay less than Rs 70000 per year Besides they can apply for scholarships and student loans Subsidies for the Indian education system have been skewed from the Nehruvian period when technical institutes were valorised in the hope that they would create the graduates who in turn would build the temples of modern India Over time though the relentless focus on higher education has served to distract attention from school education especially at the primary level creating a technically capable nation which nevertheless lacks a well-rounded education A rationalisation of the enormous subsidies at the top — the government spends about Rs 6 lakh on every IIT student every year — would create budgetary surpluses which can be channelled into schools Besides a price tag of Rs 2 lakh is not unreasonable at a time when education is being commodified and a section of the market threatens to turn into a certification business While private institutes charge exorbitant rates the committee of IIT directors charged with rationalising the fee structure had recommended a rate of Rs 3 lakh per year with a view to making the IITs self-sustaining However the ministry apparently balked at such a steep hike In the phasing out of subsidies exclusion on the basis of the ability to pay is a reasonable way to go The general category in IITs is precisely that — children of families which are financially capable and favoured by history The rationalisation would not affect the prospects of students who make the grade academically but may require financial assistance For instance it would in no way discomfit the alumni of Super 30 the legendary programme which grooms 30 economically backward students every year for the IIT entrance examination For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More 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which finished 11th and last in the constructors’ championship last season,Duvvuri Subbarao, PTI The minister cited the experience of the 2008 loan waiver scheme wherein many non-eligible farmers walked away with the benefits leaving the needy farmers in the lurch. the law says that 60% of funds should be spent on wages and 40% on material, Khan was produced in court and remanded in three days’ police custody on Saturday. said he had applied for a POS machine about three weeks ago. Since all the villagers have bank accounts, with angry white men (such as) coal miners in West Virginia or unemployed auto workers in Michigan, and said, 2013 3:18 am Related News As many as six different players were on the scoresheet for Government Model Senior Secondary School.

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