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The same unnamed donor has paid for five others in the area and local charities have dug some more. They also said that points for alumni should be scrapped.South-Eastern zone said: ? We have forwarded the demand to the Railway Board and the Union Home Ministry but are yet to get any response. According to official recordsthere were 39 agitations in the south-eastern zones in 2010for which 1252 passenger trains and 457 goods trains were affected Moreoverthe agitation programmes have resulted in 3000 hours of detention Across the country1500 trains were cancelled1500 were diverted and 3500 were rescheduled in 2010 due to the rail blockades For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 18 2010 3:48 am Top News As part of a global initiative to streamline their processesthe consular departments of the British Deputy High Commissions across the countryincluding in Mumbaiwill not accept passport applications from August 20 After this dateBritish passport holders should submit their applications to the British High Commission in New Delhisaid a statement issued by the British Deputy High Commission The new process will also lead to a change in timelinesin line with global standards and service in the UK Passports for renewal will be returned to customers in four weeks from the receipt of the correct documentation and fee First-time passport applications are expected to take a minimum of 12 weeks in order to complete all required checks and verificationsthe statement said Within this periodif a British passport holder needs to travel urgentlythe consular office at the British Deputy High Commission in Mumbai and those in DelhiChennaiKolkata and Goa will be able to issue an emergency travel documentprovided that the pending application is for a renewal and is not a first time applicationit said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: April 15 2017 9:24 am Papua New Guinea (Google Image) Top News Violence has flared at an Australian asylum-seeker detention centre in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and shots were fired when local people tried to break into the centre after an argument got out of hand media and a rights group reported on Saturday There were no reports of serious injuries at the centre on Manus island but the trouble is likely to add to pressure on Australia from rights groups and the United Nations to close it and another centre in Nauru criticised over poor conditions Australia’s ABC broadcaster said a large number of PNG men tried to break into the detention facility on Friday evening and police fired shots to disperse them The men came back with guns and fired up to 100 rounds into the facility’s accommodation wing ABC reported Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection confirmed in a statement that there had been trouble “There was an incident at the Manus RPC overnight involving residents and PNG military personnel” the department said referring to the so-called regional processing centre “PNG military personnel discharged a weapon into the air during the incident The incident was quickly resolved” One inmate was reportedly hit in the head by a rock thrown over the fence and was getting treatment a department spokeswoman said She declined to comment on a report two guards had been injured or that shots were fired into the complex She referred questions to PNG authorities PNG officials were not immediately available for comment Images posted on social media appeared to show bullet holes in the walls of the camp accommodation wing The incident was believed to have been sparked by an altercation between asylum seekers and a PNG resident the rights group Amnesty International said Australia has a strict policy of not allowing anyone who tries to reach the country by boat to settle there instead detaining them in the Pacific camps where asylum claims processing can take years Even if people are found to be genuine refugees they are barred from Australia The policy has drawn criticism from the United Nations and rights organisations amid a global debate on how to manage people displaced by conflict Many of the people trying to reach Australia have been from the Middle East and Afghanistan Attempts in recent years to resettle some of them in Cambodia and Malaysia collapsed The PNG Supreme Court last year ruled that the detention of asylum seekers on Manus breached the constitution and ordered that the camp be closed (Reporting by Peter Gosnell; Editing by Robert Birsel) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News 2016 7:16 am Virat Kohli revealed that Ravi Shastri has let him be his own man. then motivate them.

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James Anderson, Craig Kieswetter,6 per cent in Non-Medical,5 per cent in Commerce, rail traffic was going to other sectors.So we decided that the investment in railways should go up in the coming years" Prabhu added File image of Suresh Prabhu PTI Comparing Indian Railways with Amtrak a US railroad service Prabhu said "According to a report Amtrak was derailed because of the lack of investment We should learn from Amtrak They did not invest in it so its future was doomed" Emphasising on investment he further said "According to a research report Indian Railways was also suffering because of the lack of investment similar to what happened to Amtrak There is a need for investment in railways" Highlighting the importance of technology in rail operations Prabhu said "Besides infrastructure new technology should also come World’s best technology should come But we should not always import technology We should have research and development centre for the development of technology" As far as raising passenger fares and freight rates is concerned he said "we are setting up a regulatory body to decide on it" The research centre concerning trade union movement and related issues was operationalised at the All-India Railwaymen’s Federation office Thanking AIRF for the initiative Prabhu said "Railway unions are for railway interests only Today the research centre is meant for study on rail related development" Recalling Purohit’s service the Railway Minister said "He has worked for the welfare of railway staff" On the role of railway employees he said "Railways run on two wheels One is management and the other is employees If any of these two wheels do not function then it will not be possible for railways to run properly" He also said "At the same time customer service should also be improved" Appealing to unions Prabhu said "We should join hands together for the development of railways No obstacles will be tolerated in the path of rail improvement We will improve railways by working together" Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his parliamentary constituency on 28 June for a short span of time his third visit to the constituency since he took over office last year Prime Minister Narendra Modi AFP image Modi is expected to visit his parliamentary constituency on 28 June for a span of 3-4 hours an official said in Mumbai As per the primary protocol received from the PMO to the district administration yesterday the PM will arrive at Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport at Babatpur by a special plane at 4:20 pm and he will return back on the same day by 7:40 pm Additional District Magistrate (city) Vindhyavasini Rai said The official informed that Modi will inaugurate Banaras Hindu University’s much awaited trauma centre a Rs 863 crore worth integrated power development scheme and is also likely to address a public rally during his short visit The final minute to minute protocol will arrive in coming few days Rai added PTI Islamabad: An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against former military ruler Pervez Musharraf for his failure to appear before the court in the 2007 judges’ detention case 72-year-old Musharraf who last month flew to Dubai for purported treatment after the Supreme Court lifted bars on his foreign trips was not present at the anti-terrorism court (ATC) ATC judge Sohail Ikram expressed displeasure at absence of Musharraf and said he should have sought permission from the court before proceeding abroad while hearing the case against Musharraf for allegedly putting the judges of the superior courts under detention after imposing emergency in 2007 The court was not satisfied at the argument of his lawyer Akhtar Shah that Musharraf went out of the country after he was allowed by the government It also rejected contention of state prosecutor Amir Nadeem Tabish that government allowed Musharraf to leave after orders of the Supreme Court A file photo of Pervez Musharraf Reuters Later the ATC judge issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against Musharraf However it is highly unlikely that the orders will be executed as several times in the past various courts issued orders to produce Musharraf but he easily dodged such orders citing security and health reasons The same court had issued such an order in September last year but withdrew when Musharraf refused to appear and instead sent a medical certificate that he was unwell It is believed that Musharraf enjoyed backing of army and despite several criminal cases was allowed to go out of the country Though he has promised to come back and face all cases it is highly unlikely that he would come anytime soon Musharraf ruled from 1999 to 2008 when he stepped down He lived abroad for most of the time until his return in 2013 to contest elections but was implicated in several high- profile cases and was not allowed to leave the country Musharraf had said before leaving that he was going abroad to seek medical treatment for a spinal cord ailment which has now developed several complications and will "come back in a few weeks or months" The ex-army chief is facing a slew of court cases after returning from five years of self-exile in Dubai He is facing trial in high treason case for abrogating the constitution in 2007 and illegal detention of judges same year In January 2014 Musharraf suffered a "severe heart attack" on his way to a special court to face the high treason charges following which he was admitted to an army hospital Treason is punishable with death in Pakistan Musharraf has also been charged in connection with the 2007 assassination of prime minister Benazir Bhutto and the killing of a radical cleric in Islamabad in a military crackdown Melbourne: Over 15 million peopleare expected to exercise their votes when Australia goes to polls on Saturdaywith over 1600 candidates including five of Indian-origin contesting fromover 55 political parities The main contest is between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbul and opposition leader Bill Shorten who is vying to become the country’s fifth prime minister in three years The polls will elect all 226 members including 150 members for the lower houseof the 45th Parliament after an eight-week official campaign period following thedouble dissolution announcedby Prime Minister Turnbull in April this year About 10 million people are expected to vote at 7000 polling booths whereas over 45 million people are said to be on track to votein advance Representational image AP Majorissues of economy cost of living?would support the Greens and other minor parties.

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