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dharmshala or religious structure,600. and that the government was not allowing him to speak. cost for the first lot of four reactors at around $2000/kWe (or about Rs 12. 2008, the junior coalition partner which has 25 members in the 87-member Assembly, a mineral that is not present in fruits and vegetables, lists some tips: * Swaryog recommends having meals, The Mumbai region is among the latest in the Asia Pacific zone,which will have to be furnished, said a senior UT official Referring to the questionable expenditure incurred by former home secretary Krishna Mohantourism secretary J S Birtourism director Vivek Atray and finance secretary S K Sandhu during their official visits abroadthe letter from Baldev RajUnder Secretary to Government of IndiaMHAhas asked the Administration to provide information on five points (See box) In 2008the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)toohad written to the UTs Chief Vigilance Officerasking him to apprise it of all the facts pertaining to the matter In case it invoked a criminal actiona detailed complaint should be sent to the CBIthe agency had said The UThowevernever forwarded any complaint to the CBI The issue regarding the foreign trips undertaken by officials and the questionable expenditure incurred by them came to light in February 2008 when a local resident procured information under the Right to Information Act Take 5Explanation sought on 5 points* Prior to November 2005officers were required to travel by national carriersAir IndiaIndian Airlines The Ministry of Financeon November 232005allowed journey by private airlines A few months laterit clarified that whenever the services of a travel agent were requiredit should be limited to M/s Balmer Lawrie and Company and M/s Ashoka Travel and Tours The MHA has asked the UT to explain the reasons for not following these instructions and furnish details of the action takenif anyfor relaxation of the rules* In case accommodation was not arranged by the Indian missions abroadthe MHA askedwas reimbursement made after ascertaining the entitlement of the officers from the Ministry of External Affairs The ministry has asked the UT to provide details on this* As per rulesreimbursement of taxi fares only from airport to hotel and vice versa in a foreign country is admissible But it has been noticed that the officers were reimbursed the taxi fares for all journeys undertaken by them The Administration has been asked to communicate if there had been any special circumstancealong with relaxation/permission of the competent authorityto reimburse these expensesif any* The MHA has asked for copies of the formal sanction orders/letters issued in respect to these foreign tours* The Administration has also asked for the details of excess payments made to officers on account of their family memberswhich was subsequently refunded For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: January 30 2010 3:57 am Related News The second day of Chaos 2010 the cultural fest of IIM-A appears to live up to its nameat least at first sight With students from about 25 colleges across the country participatingthe chaos seems nothing but obvious On the main stage below the huge advertisement posters drooping off from atop the Louis Kahn Plazatwo dance groups were seen practising While one group tries to maintain a cool look in necktietrainers comboanother looks its resplendent best in black costumes Behind the humungous stage hoarding is another groupalternating between floor-dancing and a jig with bright yellow flags In one cornertwo students were seen on their kneesgiving final touches to some stage decorations with several paintbrushes lying next to cans of paint Beyond the din of two speakers blaring dance musicvying for audibility can be heard a rock-band swooning over riftswith a few dozen students tapping their feet to the drum-beat outside the RJM Auditorium As the maintenance staff shuffle in and out with white plastic chairsfilling up the spaces between the stage and the lawna line of sponsors stalls with various company staff Pepsi to NokiaSafexpress to Raymond buzzes with activity Several students form a circleeach balancing a can of Pepsi on their foreheads Over the PA systema woman calls out There is a 5 Star bar to be won Switch on your bluetooths.

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Sagar Khare (30), was found by a colleague in the officer’s room of the Vikhroli police station. He also wrote The Riddle of Temple of Somnath. 2017 7:33 am Kargil town (above) remains largely Ladakh’s transit point to Valley; Leh (below) has all the jobs and has grown as a bustling tourist centre.Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi Top News On September 7 hours after the Ladakh Buddhist Association (LBA) held a rally in Leh and issued an ultimatum for Muslims of Kargil to leave town over the Saldon affair a young Muslim man from Kargil and his girlfriend who had met up at her house for his birthday were roughed up The LBA allegedly barged into the house in Leh terming their meeting a “provocation” The next day an FIR was lodged Around the same time a Muslim shopkeeper in Leh was pushed around for keeping his meat shop open September 7 was a full moon day when Buddhists do not consume meat and as per locals there has been an understanding between the two communities for decades to keep meat shops shut on full moon and new moon days The next day another Buddhist-Muslim couple were seen together late in the evening in Leh and violence erupted However the two parties decided to settle the matter without involving the police The incidents triggered by the Stanzin Saldon aka Shifah and Murtaza Agha affair have underlined the growing distance between the two regions of Ladakh — the part of Jammu and Kashmir considered untouched by its politics Leh last witnessed communal clashes in 1989 Three Buddhist men were killed and their pictures line the walls of the LBA’s head office in Leh Nawang Rigzin Jora the LBA president as well as the Congress Leh MLA and a former J&K minister says the clashes began with a scuffle between him and a few Muslim youths and took on communal colour As a young activist Jora says he had raised concern over lack of representation of Ladakh in the state Cabinet and “the other side” saw his assertion as a threat to their position While there were some arrests the cases were subsequently closed The Saldon-Murtaza controversy has reinforced the LBA’s position as flag-bearers of the Buddhist faith Its main office is housed in the compound of a 20th-century Leh Buddhist temple About its members vice-president P T Kunzang says “Anyone born into the Buddhist faith in Ladakh becomes a member of the LBA” Although the LBA claims to be an apolitical body many of its former leaders have gone on to become legislators Ladakh’s sole MP and its first from the BJP Thupstan Chhewang also once headed the LBA and calls it “the apex body for Buddhists in the region that safeguards their interests” More importantly the LBA’s growing strength reflects the chasm between Kargil and Leh in Ladakh that began for economic reasons but is slowly taking the shape of a Buddhist-Muslim divide While Leh is 80 per cent Buddhist and 20 per cent Muslim the numbers are exactly the reverse in Kargil which is predominantly Shia Traditionally Muslims were held in high regard in Leh and a special place reserved for them at Buddhist functions Ladakhi writer Abdul Gani Sheikh 78 says “Separate arrangements were made for them as important guests” Muslims also held a prominent place for being the traders of the region richer and more knowledgeable because they had travelled far and wide Buddhists were traditionally farmers and looked up to them That changed after the India-China war of 1962 when Ladakh was linked to Srinagar by road After 1974 the change came more rapidly as Ladakh was opened to tourists Soon even as tourism flourished in Leh which was the district centre Kargil remained only Ladakh’s transit point to the Valley Leh is connected to the rest of the country through its Kushok Bakula Rimpochee airport while the airport in Kargil remains primarily a military airfield Kargil town is separated from Leh by 250 km a drive of approximately five hours The rush of visitors brought prosperity to Leh and with it the native Buddhists started seeking their own space in the Muslim-dominated state’s politics In 1975 this resulted in Leh and Kargil being split into two districts though the government jobs remained concentrated in Leh In 1995 two Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Councils (LAHDCs) were created with a budget of Rs 100 crore each for Leh and Kargil While 18 of the 26 elected members of the Leh council are currently from the BJP it has no presence in the Kargil council The BJP’s growing presence in Leh is also reflected in other elections Since 1967 12 general elections have taken place in Ladakh In 2014 for the first time a BJP candidate won An LBA functionary who did not wish to be named told The Sunday Express that the biggest reason for the BJP win was “the promise of giving Leh Union territory status within six months” But this promise is further strengthening the belief in Kargil that Leh enjoys a privileged position for being aligned with the Centre’s politics Kargil in contrast being predominantly Muslim is seen as yoked to the state Chewang who had formed the Ladakh Union Territory Front in 2000 before contesting the 2014 general elections on a BJP ticket says one of the main reasons for his joining the party was its position on Article 370 “Without the abrogation of this Act Leh cannot get Union Territory status We do not want to be part of Kashmir’s separatist politics but the national mainstream Ladakh is very important strategically Therefore peace stability and development are key to the region and that will be possible with the BJP in power in Ladakh” he says Siddiq Wahid a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy Research New Delhi and former vice-chancellor of Islamic University Kashmir says Delhi politics has always played a part in driving the two regions apart “If you examine the recent history of the state Kargil has in large part been ignored because ‘Ladakh’ was conflated with Leh and presumed to be ‘Buddhist majority’” The curator of the Central Asian Museum in Kargil Ajaz Munshi quips that had it not been for the war with Pakistan in 1999 a majority of India’s population perhaps would not have heard of Kargil However Leh leaders say that Kargil’s relative backwardness is much of its own doing A schoolteacher at the government middle school in Leh Tsering Wangmo asserts that it comes down to this: “While both girls and boys are encouraged to study in Leh only boys are primarily pushed towards formal education in Kargil” Wangmo claims that the education gap creates another crucial dynamic It means that educated men from Kargil end up interacting more with educated Buddhist women when they begin travelling to Leh which has more employment opportunities Both sides agree that much of the recent mistrust springs from “conversions” to marry a person from the other community The LBA’s Kunzang claims that over the past 25 years more than 90 Muslim women have converted to Islam — a figure that cannot be corroborated by any official source “This cannot all be for the simple reason that people fall in love” Kunzang argues Read |A marriage: Amid controversies over Buddhist-Muslim union Stanzin Saldon Murtaza Agha get wedding reception Chhewang adds “All religious bodies of Ladakh agree that conversions should not take place” He also claims that after the clashes of 1989 “a written agreement was signed by the three main organisations that conversions would not be encouraged” The Anjuman Moin-ul-Islam and Anjuman Imamiya which represent the Sunni and Shia Muslims of Kargil much like the LBA does for Buddhists say they don’t know about any such document While insisting that they too are against conversions the two Anjumans underline their own limitations in such matters The president of the Anjuman Moin-ul-Islam Dr Abdul Qayoom says “Perhaps my predecessors signed such an agreement I’m unaware But the fact is that we are totally against religious conversions and agreements between religious organisations will not stop these things” Anjuman Imamiya head Ashraf Ali adds that when cases of conversion come up all organisations sit together and resolve the issue before it spins out of control Chairman of Kargil LAHDC Kacho Ahmed Ali Khan criticises the LBA ultimatum in the Saldon-Murtaza case pointing out that there have been instances of Muslims converting to Buddhism in Kargil as well “but they have never been threatened” In Garkon village he adds entire Muslim families have converted to Buddhism Garkon is one of four villages in Kargil considered ‘Aryan’ for being “inhabited by descendants of Alexander’s Army” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Aligarh | Published: September 25 2016 2:34 pm Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) (Source: Express Photo by Gajendra Yadav) Top News AMU has announced fresh dates for holding Student Union elections amid protests by students demanding that the polls be conduced as scheduled on September 26 As per a notification the polling will be held on October 8 The last date for filing nominations is September 29 The election was earlier scheduled on September 26 but the university cancelled it citing violation of norms and regulations by candidates Watch what else is making news A group of students including the candidates contesting the polls have staged a sit-in outside the Vice Chancellor’s residence demanding that the polls be held as scheduled A spokesman for the protesting students said they “may” accept the new polling date but are not happy with the university asking the candidates to file fresh nominations For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Even Kannada movie star Puneeth Rajkumar has sung a romantic song for it. 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