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In the afternoon, she says. one week after the demonetisation announcement, This information is not filed in any central registry. in which piano chords are put together with Jonita Gandhi’s husky whispers. Kamaljit, the dissident Congress and BJP legislators, Enraged father (Behl) will shake his finger at daughter? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Amritsar | Published: January 2, Katheriya is a Leuva.

They had been in the Navjeevan Mahila Sudhar Griha for about two weeks. And then we were shattered by this news, Kokate said The wedding ceremony took place in the Samajkalyan Wedding hall in Ambedkar nagarGhatkopar around 430 pm By 8 pmthe guests had left for Pune The total number of passengers was around 50 A total of two mini busesone Winger and one sumo had left the venuewith the Winger and the Sumo reaching their destination without any incident What can be more sad Small children and women died? first secretary?s office is also not able to check encroachments on the land in its possession, Shinde said The state government recently issued a government resolution stating that civic officers who fail to act on complaints of encroachment would face two years imprisonment Legal action against those encroaching the land would also be taken The civic administration has complained that there is a shortage of machinery and staff to check encroachment in the city For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 21 2013 2:40 am Related News Pune FC continued their surge with a facile 2-0 win over Mohun Bagan AC in the final phase of the Under-20 I-League at the JRD Sports ComplexJamshedpur The result strengthened Pune FCs grip at the top of the table and took their points tally to nine thanks to their third win on the bounce An own goal by Bagan defender Davinder Singh (22nd minute) and a goal from skipper Nikhil Kadam (32nd) were enough to give Pune FC three crucial points Pune FC began the game making one changebringing in LH Lalrinawma Rinte for Abung Meetei in central midfield The initial exchange was tough with Bagan thwarting every move with a clearance or with a physical challenge Both strikers L William and Thongkhosiem Haokip could not really get going with tackles flying in thick and fast Pune FC finally earned a free-kick in the 5th minuteonly to have defender Henry Monsang bury his effort into the wall Three minutes laterPune FC went close Haokip found skipper Kadam with a quick release only for his poor control to allow goalie Tajuddin to collect the ball Twenty-two minutes into the gamePune FC took the lead courtesy a self-goal Midfielder Lalrempuia floated a long ball off a free-kick from the left into the penalty box With no one to threaten the Bagan defenceDavinder headed the ball over his own goalkeeper to send the ball sailing into the net A couple of minutes after the half-hour markKadam doubled Pune FCs lead Midfielder Rintes through ball found Subasish Bose on the left Boses perfect cross across the turf was finished by Kadam at far post as the keeper failed to gather the ball The defending champions went into the break with a two-goal lead Bagan came out of their shell in the second half Two minutes into the halfMayon Kaping had his grounder go wide after Adarsh set him up At the other endPune FC mustered an almost immediate response as playmaker Lalrempuias long range strike went inches wide Pune FC kept on pushing ahead and created chances at will Twelve minutes into the halfdefender Monsang missed a close header after Karthik did well to cross in from the right Pune FCs defence then played its role perfectly to thwart any small opening that Bagan tried to exploit The PFC colts now lead the table with nine points Tata Football Academy is placed second with seven points while Mohun Bagan AC are third with four points For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adam Halliday | Published: September 21 2014 1:00 am The water’s lovely: Newly-weds at Rih Dil in Myanmar (Source: C Lalmuanzova) Related News A day after their mid-January church wedding in the eastern Mizoram town of Champhai Merlyn Lalrinpuii and her husband Duhawma packed their wedding outfits and boarded one of several hired maxi-cabs with about 20 close relatives friends make-up artists and a wedding photographer in tow and crossed the international border into Myanmar heading towards Rih Dil a heart-shaped lake surrounded by forested hills That afternoon having slipped back into her gown and her husband into his suit the newlyweds posed for the camera in front of the placid lake strolled hand-in-hand in the surrounding meadows rode a small blue boat and held each other tenderly in the soft winter sunlight that sweeps over Rih Dil For many other newlyweds in eastern Mizoram crossing the border into Myanmar and taking wedding photographs at the natural lake is one way to capture the most important day in their lives Apart from its stunning beauty its allure not only lying in its unusual shape a wedding photograph at Rih Dil is of cultural significance as it is the “most important lake in Mizoram” — except that it is 22 km away from the nearest Mizo town and in a different country A bride and her groom walk towards the lake (Source: C Lalmuanzova) “We in Champhai are very lucky We get to shoot our wedding photographs abroad” laughs Lalrinpuii “It’s a beautiful setting and a great place for a post-wedding picnic with family and friends Many of our friends from different towns were guests so for them it was a treat because they had never been there And most of all its heart-shape makes it unique” she says Her younger brother Victor Ralte got married in April and his wedding photos at Rih Dil featured rare wild flowers in bloom she adds with a twinge of envy Before the border trade began in the mid-1990s there was no formal border crossing into Rih Dil It is not much of a hassle these days Those who cross the border have to register at the Myanmarese immigration post after reaching the eastern bank of the Tiau river that separates the two countries There’s no need for passports or visas as nationals of either country are allowed to enter till a certain distance into each other’s territories The western parts of Myanmar particularly the Chin Hills were historically inhabited by tribes that now make up the Mizo community Even today the dialects spoken by those settled on either side of the Tiau river are fairly similar with customs and even traditional attire only varying slightly The historical and cultural linkages remain strong more than eight decades after the British separated India from present-day Myanmar so strong that this November a massive cultural program is being planned for ethnic Zos in the eastern Myanmar city of Tahan In his community C Chhawngliana 56 was one of the first to take pictures of the lake In his youth he lived in Rihkhawdar a village near the lake The lakeside was a favourite with lovers even then “Once two friends and I took our dates there We went swimming and afterward the girls were changing in a shack that was open towards the lake We boys stripped completely and dived into the water with a great shout just where they could see our naked bottoms They screamed and shouted and cursed us for that” he recalls chuckling at the memory Back then the new nominally-civilian government had just been formed and the Burmese military government kept a close watch on what was photographed within their borders for fear military sites may be secretly photographed Chhawngliana would use an old Minolta to secretly take pictures of the lake In 1998 he and a friend took the negative to Rangoon and secretly got a shop to print 5100 poster-sized copies of the photo which they smuggled into Mizoram inside carton boxes in the back of a jeep He has sold all but 20 of the posters which he keeps in his brother’s shop in Champhai And though the lake lends itself to photoshoots of everlasting love today historically and culturally Rih Dil is associated with a far less happy occasion: death In the pre-Christian Mizo belief system the soul departed from its body and headed straight to Rih Dil where it wandered with other souls for a few lonely days before returning to the deceased’s village and home There relatives would keep a place at the table for the wandering spirit and offer it a plate of food every time they sat down for a meal and ask the soul to partake of the food After three months of this vagabond afterlife the soul would once again depart for Rih Dil and from there on wander towards a mythical mountain called Hring Lang Tlang After reaching the peak the soul would pluck a mythical flower Hawilo Par and would long for the past no more It would then drink the pure and clear waters of a nearby spring called Lungloh Tui or the water of forgetfulness and the water would quench it of all desire to gaze back Only then would the soul proceed towards the land of the dead According to Mizo historian B Lalthangliana there was a reason behind this belief that Rih Dil was where the soul went to after death The story goes that a group of warriors were hunting on the lakeside one day and as night fell one among them could not sleep As he lay awake he heard voices “He listened carefully and clearly and distinctly he heard the voice of his wife saying regretfully ‘When I departed from my children I did not tell them that I had hidden some dried meat in the new earthen pot not yet used for cooking and that I had put some eggs in the bran in a bin behind the inner wall And their father is away hunting big game’ He listened to the chatter of the spirits of the departed as they approached Rih Dil When he went home he found that his wife had died and he also found the dried meat and the eggs exactly where she said she had hidden them” writes Lalthangliana in his book History and Culture of Mizo in India Burma and Bangladesh Even today a line of tall shrubs stand on the lakeside its reflection on the still waters is referred to as Mitthi Pal – a fence for the dead A rare wild bird Mitthi Ar or the dead man’s fowl is said to be found only in that region And though the Mizo community now is almost entirely Christian the myth is referred to in Mizo songs and poems as the passage to the land of the death and as a reference to dying and the afterlife But till that day arrives Rih Dil and its heart-shaped banks promise new beginnings and hopefully eternal love For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNEW DELHI (Reuters) – Uber’s chief of policy for India and South Asia has quit two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday in the latest high-level departure at the online taxi company An employee walks inside the office of ride-hailing service Uber in Gurugram on the outskirts of New Delhi April 19 2016 REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee/FilesShweta Rajpal Kohli a former Indian journalist who joined Uber last year would join cloud-based software maker Salesforcecom Inc next month the sources told Reuters Uber said it did not have an immediate comment Kohli did not respond to an email seeking comment Kohli was mostly tasked with building Uber’s relations with regulators and government officials in India a market where the firm has faced several regulatory and reputational hurdles One source said Kohli “was leading government engagements in the influential circles so her exit is a step back for Uber” The sources asked not to be identified as the details were not public yet An employee works inside the office of ride-hailing service Uber in Gurugram on the outskirts of New Delhi April 19 2016 REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee/FilesUber was briefly banned in New Delhi after one of its drivers raped a woman passenger in 2014 Uber hired a law firm this year to investigate how the firm managed to obtain the medical records of the rape victim an incident that led to criticism of the culture at the US firm sources told Reuters in June Uber declined to comment Kohli is the latest senior executive to leave Uber The firm’s European policy chief quit in October shortly after the departure of Uber’s top boss in Britain Uber has suffered a tumultuous few months which has seen former CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick forced out after a series of boardroom controversies and other regulatory battles in multiple US states and around the world Uber counts India as its second-biggest market after the United States It operates in about 30 Indian cities and competes with Ola a ride hailing service backed by Japan’s Softbank Uber said on Monday it had agreed with a consortium led by SoftBank and Dragoneer Investment Group on a potential investment This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Deafening chants of azaadi and cries of ‘ABVP go back’ and ‘cheeky ABVP why so creepy’ resounded through the streets of Delhi on Tuesday when over 5000 students joined the march protesting against thehooliganism of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidya Parishad activists in the campus of Delhi University At the heart of the issue lay Ramjas College where the protest began last weekwhenABVP workers disrupted a protest march by Ramjas college students against Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid’s participation in a seminar After Tuesday’s protest march the issue is now 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