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I am a fakir (hermit)…jhola ley kar chaley jayenge (I will exit with my little belongings), Also, as he was already in the squad, Further, Related News Sean Bean has died on the screen an eye-watering 25 times. For all the latest Ludhiana News,accused of demanding and accepting illegal gratification from Inspector Anokh Singh.a truth that is pursued with bad intent beats all the lies you can invent? The other negative impact of the Sohrabuddin case is the impression it is creating that all encounters in which police and security forces are involvedare fake Society needs to be reassured that the majority of encounters are genuine and mostly in response to murderous attacks on security personnel The fact thaton averageover 1200 policemen get killed every year grappling with terroristsinsurgentsunderworld mafia and other anti-social elementsbears ample testimony to this fact Playing up a few aberrations and blowing them out of proportion and presenting them as the only truth is not in the national interest The other downside of the publicity around such cases is that it erodes the peoples trust in governance Administrations begin to be seen as instruments of repression and self-aggrandisement and politicians as perceived as manipulating their power for political and personal gains This erosion can lead to a dangerous delegitimisation of the polity Democratic politics is an exercise in regime-legitimisationand to lose the confidence of the governed would set the government on a self-destructive path The writer is former director of the Intelligence Bureau For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDouma (Syria):In a humid room in the besieged Syrian town of Douma Abu Nabil inspects the pearly white mushrooms sprouting from white sacks hanging from a ceiling The oyster mushrooms poking out from holes in the bags are now a substitute for meat in the rebel stronghold where a government blockade has created food shortages Abu Nabil walks between the sacks inspecting the clusters of mushrooms emerging from the plastic and checking the internal temperature to ensure conditions are optimal for the unusual crop Mushrooms are not a common crop in Syria and rarely feature in local cuisine But in the Eastern Ghouta region a key rebel bastion outside the capital Damascus years of government siege have put traditional staples like meat far beyond the reach of ordinary people The Adala Foundation a local NGO began thinking about ways to help residents in need of nutritious alternatives "We turned to cultivating mushrooms because they’re a food that has high nutritional value similar to meat and can be grown inside houses and basements" said Abu Nabil an engineer who is project director "We were looking for a good source of proteins and mineral salts as an alternative to meat which is very expensive" added Adala’s director Muayad Mohieddin "We discovered the idea of mushrooms as a solution" Eastern Ghouta has been under siege since 2013 leaving locals to rely on food produced locally or smuggled in through tunnels or across checkpoints While the area was once an important agricultural region for Syria mushrooms were not a local crop "This type of cultivation was totally unknown in Ghouta before the war" said Mohieddin "We learned about it by searching on the internet for places in similar (wartime) situations to Eastern Ghouta" he added A delicate growing process The NGO discovered mushroom farming required neither large amounts of space nor major financial investment making it a good fit for their needs To cultivate the mushrooms the project’s workers begin by sandwiching thin slices of high-quality mushroom between pieces of carton and placing the samples in sterile plastic containers Over the course of 15-25 days the mushroom slivers begin to process fungus that is then removed and mixed with sterlised barley grains to create "seeds" Next straw that has been boiled until sterile and then drained is placed on a table and sprayed with gypsum to prepare it for the "seeds" Finally the straw is packed into the sacks with the mushroom starters sprinkled at intervals on top of the straw as it is layered in The bags are transferred to a room known as an incubator where they are suspended from the ceiling for between 25 to 45 days and each produces between four and five mushroom harvests before being replaced The project relies on generators to keep conditions steady at 25 degrees centigrade and 80 percent humidity But with fuel also in short supply and expensive the generators are fed with a locally produced fuel that is extracted from plastic In the three months since the project began the NGO has distributed mushrooms across Douma and other parts of Eastern Ghouta free of charge "We distribute nearly 1300 kilograms of mushrooms a week to 600 people" said Abu Nabil "The distribution is free for the poorest families and for those suffering malnutrition or spinal cord injuries that need lots of nutrients" he added ‘What’s that A flower’ It’s a major boon for people like Um Mohammed a mother-of-four who can only dream of affording meat at prices of around $10 a kilogram "If you’re able to get mushrooms it’s a huge blessing" the 50-year-old said "It’s as though you’re eating a dish of fish or chicken or meat" she added preparing a dish in her sparsely furnished home wearing a black robe and headscarf Abu Adnan al-Sidawi 30 had never even tasted mushrooms before he received them through the project "I received a bowl of mushrooms three or four weeks ago" said Sidawi who suffered multiple fractures in his leg and back in an air strike in April "I didn’t know what they were and I’d never eaten them before I learnt how to cook them from the internet" he said "On the first day I fried them up with some onions and on the second day I cooked them in a yoghurt sauce" he said lying on a bed in his house "Mushrooms are delicious cooked and we liked them in the yoghurt sauce" he said with a smile Like many adults in Douma the city’s children were also unfamiliar with the ingredient At one psychosocial centre the children saw mushrooms for the first time when they were distributed during the fasting month of Ramadan an employee said "I organised a small workshop to teach them about it and how it is cooked" said the employee who asked to be identified as Rasha "When I showed it to them they said to me: ‘Miss what is that A flower’" Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 10 2012 12:17 am Related News Delhi Daredevils captain Virender Sehwag has welcomed the return of Yuvraj Singhwho came back to India after undergoing three cycles of chemotherapy for a rare germ cell cancer between his lungs in the United States Speaking to the reporters on the sidelines of a promotional event here on Monday Sehwag added that said he will personally meet his India team mate later this week to inquire about his health I am very happy Yuvraj is back We all prayed for him In the coming 2-3 days I will go and personally meet him?the RSS could opt for a more pragmatic choice. One reason why the BJP is not in a position to oppose the RSS nominee.

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When Dutee participated at the Olympics, But the village is linked to the athletics mainstream by its most famous resident – sprinter Dutee Chand. they clubbed many cases of murder and arson that took in disparate places in one FIR.twitter. The court ordered the schools to keep 25 percent seats vacant in both cases till the matter is resolved in the HC. The committee also has Pune Divisional Commissioner Prabhakar Deshmukh as its deputy chairman. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: August 10,reportedly threatened to send notices to the concessionaire and the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) for charging toll from them. building bylaws in Delhi are lax. Team 5.

Im picked up eight birdies from his first 14 holes and was unlucky to just miss out on birdies at 15th and 16th holes to extend his lead further. This state of affairs also affects the working of the municipal corporations. A wall collapse in Bhandup killed two on Saturday. Mehra made the submission after the bench expressed ire over delay in filing of status reports and data on felling of trees and encroachments in Delhi’s forest areas. we only see her and rarely hear her in the teaser.is essential if access is to be broadened beyond wealthy patients. police said Saturday. she is a demure girl who prefers to spend time with her near and dear ones. It is to be noted that it was an all-Indian women’s final in the Asian Championship in the absence of Malaysian legend Nicol David, the bench said.

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