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We encourage customers to visit farmers to see how their food is grown and build a relationship with the farmer. Since the farms are within 200km of Mumbai in places such as Bhiwandi and Ganeshpurisome of the farmerslike Husseinlive partly in Mumbai and can commute between farm and home Unlike the farmers marketthis initiative represents a paradigm shift in the way consumers contribute to agriculture By guaranteeing demand and knowing the source of foodit brings both closer and educates consumers on how food is grown As a bonusthis food happens to be organic The tokri is also available in a smaller 15kg size at Rs 100and registrations for both ends September 1 Pick-up locations are at FortPeddar RoadBandra WestAndheri WestVile Parle East and Chembur Email [email protected] for more information on the Hari Bhari Tokri scheme For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 28 2012 2:24 am Related News A 23-year-old MBA student was critically injured when the Lancer car he was driving rammed into an electric pole in South Delhi in the wee hours of Friday The injured youthJavedis recuperating at the AIIMS Trauma Centre According to policethe incident happened at 545 am near the Andrews Ganj flyover in South Delhi Javed was travelling along with his friendHamad (23) from BRT corridor and approaching the Moolchand flyover when the car suddenly rammed the electric pole A case of rash and negligent driving and destroying public property has been registered against the accused? market (which resumes in October) in Bandra every Sunday, 2015 11:42 am Joe Hart looks on as Arsenal march past Champions Manchester City. We will contact the villagers who are our core voters, The screening was attended by his son Abhishek, It cannot be explained, Written by Yoshita Singh | Updated: May 18, he went to various places with the investigating officer and met several people, Citizens’ Alliance.

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Rajghat Police personnel posted at Rajghat said very few Hazare supporters turned up on Wednesday. ‘The New York Times’ reported. Parag Thakur said. Russia, which has not yet closed. may launch an agitation to press for the reservation bar to be raised to 80 percent. He has proved himself in Dharamsala and has a good chance of playing tomorrow.We feel comfortable going into the test match even though we did not have a practice today Kohli also spoke about the impact of youngsters in the team and said “Not that we are old; all these young guys coming in one thing striking about them is their confidence” Yadav’s possible selection in the Indian side comes in the wake of Jadeja’s suspension Calling on his team to focused Kohli said “”For us it’s all about playing another test match We have already won the series” For us it’s all about playing another test match We have already won the series Meanwhile Sri Lankan skipper Dinesh Chandimal also complimented the opposition and said “India is a really good team especially in the last two to three years And we have had a lot of bad luck with injuries” Chandimal said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Updated: July 6 2017 6:55 am Under GST 12% tax on toiletries including sanitary pads (Representational Image) Related News Radha (40) a mother of six stopped buying sanitary napkins about a year ago It was an expenditure she couldn’t afford since her husband’s salary didn’t increase last year Budget cuts were made and so did her share of Rs 100/month on sanitary napkins “I started using cloth because pads are too expensive We are a big family of seven and our income is Rs 17000-Rs 20000 a month If pads were cheaper everyone would buy them” says Radha who wonders how the GST (Goods and Services Tax) will affect sale of sanitary napkins A resident of New Ashok Nagar 32-year-old Saroj has three daughters — aged 11 15 and 16 With three menstruating members in the family the housewife spends Rs 300 a month on sanitary napkins “The months I cannot afford the right number of packets of sanitary napkins I end up using cloth I can’t let my daughters use it so I compromise” she says Her husband earns Rs 15000 per month and the “pads are unaffordable every few months” With the GST putting toiletries including sanitary napkins in the 12 per cent slab she is nervous “This is not a luxury item We are women we go through this every month and not out of choice Sanitary napkins should cost very little; it should be tax-free” says Saroj Last November 13-year-old Anshu was acquainted with the sanitary napkin by her mother who ensured that her Class VIII daughter would never use cloth The promise was broken in January when the family couldn’t afford sanitary napkins and she had to switch to cloth “Six people live in one house and only my father earns that too about Rs 10000 per month With one breadwinner there are a lot of problems Even a raise of Rs 20 (in the price) will affect us” says Anshu Her friends — Lakshmi and Shalini aged 14 — chime in and say how shocked they were when they learnt that the new tax would make sanitary napkins more expensive “We come from low-income families If they keep increasing the rate we won’t be able to afford it one day What will we do then” asks Shalini While a campaign asking for exemption of tax on sanitary napkins has been gaining momentum a finance ministry official said this is not the solution “Domestic manufacturers won’t be able to claim input tax credit and the production cost of sanitary napkins will go up” he said As of now there are no figures to indicate how much a packet of sanitary napkins will cost or the rise in prices once GST is implemented For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: July 29 2017 9:46 am Happy Birthday Sanjay Dutt: Here is a list of Sanjay Dutt’s best performances Related News Sanjay Dutt who began his career way back in 1971 as a child artist in his father Sunil Dutt’s film Reshma Aur Shera has over the years experimented with different genres and has been showered with love by the audience Despite being arrested under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act Sanjay’s public image did not suffer and he remained the king of million hearts not only for his act on screen but for how he respected his contemporaries and fans from all walks of lives His humility which Sanjay says he learnt from his father Sunil Dutt and mother Nargis has always impressed people who look up to him Now the actor is all set to make a comeback on screen with his next titled Bhoomi wherein we see him in the character of a father So before he impresses audience once again let’s take a look at Sanjay Dutt’s best performances Sadak: Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt’s unique love story was experimental for its time Sanjay proved his mettle as an actor with this film by Mahesh Bhatt Saajan: It’s hard to believe that Sanjay Dutt known more for his intense roles was once a romantic hero too While the film released in 1991 the story and music still has recall value Also this is the film which started off rumours about Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit’s affair Khalnayak: Madhuri and Sanjay’s relationship rumours aside this Subhash Ghai film had everything to become a hit Sanjay Dutt who made bad look so good in Khalnayak delivered a performance for the ages Even now the actor is remembered for his character Balaram Rakesh Prasad ‘Ballu’ After Khalnayak Sanjay played a gangster in Vastav (1999) and Kaante (2002) All three films were blockbusters Munna MBBS: Do we need to say anything about this role Whether Jaadu ki Jhappi or making people laugh as much as possible this Rajkumar Hirani film filled our hearts with goodness Sanjay made the role his own so much so that for generations to come we cannot imagine anyone else taking up Munna Bhai’s place It just made us sad when Rajkumar Hirani recently announced that the next Munna Bhai installment will be the last one of the series Agneepath: Last but not the least Kaancha in Hrithik Roshan starrer Agneepath was one of the most memorable villains in recent times Sanjay Dutt’s turn as Kaancha helped revive the Bollywood villain at a time when the villain was being increasingly replaced by the anti-hero It was a treat to watch Sanjay as Kaancha and many in the audience loved Sanjay more than Hrithik Well the actor is overcoming all odds in typical Sanju baba style: ‘Collar ko thoda sa upar chadha ke Cigarette ke dhuye ka challa banake Sochna hai kya Joh hona na hai woh kar Chal pade hai fikar yara dhuyein mein uda ke Jaane kya hoga rama re jaane kya hoga maula re’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by T R Andhyarujina | Updated: January 9 2014 10:36 pm Related News The collegium system is flawed But more debate is needed before the judicial appointments bill is passed There is now an impasse on the question of the proper method of appointment of the judges of the Supreme Court and high courts It is acknowledged that the two-decades-old current system of appointment by a collegium of five judges of the SCprescribed by two SC judgments in 1993 and 1998has failed as it lacks legitimacytransparency and accountability The late Justice JS Vermaauthor of the first majority judgment of the SClater reflected himself that a rethink was required on the collegium method In this situationthe government has proposed legislation for the method of appointment of judges of superior courts by a judicial appointments commission But there is little possibility of this legislation being passed in the near future The Judicial Appointments Commission Bill2013 proposes the appointment of judges by a judicial appointment commission (JAC) composed of the Chief Justice of India as ex-officio chairmantwo other seniormost SC judges as ex-officio membersthe Union minister of law and justiceand two eminent persons nominated by a body consisting of the prime ministerCJI and leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha The JAC would recommend to the government persons for appointment to the offices of Chief Justice of Indiajudges of the SCchief justices of the high court and other judges of the high court Simultaneouslya constitutional amendment providing for the recommendation of the JAC for appointment of judges to the government is proposed to be made by the Constitution (120th Amendment) Bill2013 The JAC bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on August 29 and referred to a parliamentary standing committee The standing committee presented its report to both Houses on December 9 The Constitutional (120th Amendment) 2013 Bill was passed hastily by Rajya Sabha on September 5but because of a technical hitchit could not be passed by Lok Sabha before adjournment Both bills are unlikely to be passed in the budget session next year Consequentlythe present system of appointment of judges by the collegium will continuedespite general disapproval This is disquieting asin the next yearprobably as many as 11 vacancies will open up in the SCand 275 posts of high court judge are lying vacant There are also serious defects in the proposed legislation Firstthe constitutional amendment billwhich provides the constitutional support for the JAC billdoes not incorporate the composition of the JAC The composition of the JAC has to be entrenched in the Constitution itself; otherwise it could be subject to changes by any ordinary law by the government of the day This is also the view of the standing committee Secondunder the JAC billthe JAC has been entrusted with the formidable task of not only appointing 31 SC judgesbut over 800 judges in 24 high courts To be effectivesuch a commission has to be a full-time institution It is impossible for it to operate part-time with ex-officio judges of the SCwho have full-time court workand the law ministerwho has other dutiesin charge In the UKthe judicial appointments commission has 15 commissioners and is a permanent institution working day-to -day with a large secretariat to support it Thirdunder the JAC billthe JAC would have the onerous task of appointing SC judges as well as the high court As the criteria for selection for SC judges is different from that of high court judgesand considering the importance of SC judgesthere should be a separate commission for appointments to the SCas in the UK Fourtha serious lacuna in the bill is that the selection of judges is to be determined by regulations made by the commission to shortlist candidates There is no indication of how candidates will be shortlisted and by whom In the absence of definite objective criteriathe shortlisting could be highly subjective and even arbitrary This has also been noted by the standing committee in its report The standing committee has suggested public notifications be issued inviting applications for appointment to the post of judges of the high courtas is the practice in the UK Howeverthis is unlikely to work well in India Advertising for a judicial post is likely to deter well-qualified candidates from accepting appointments because they will be apprehensive of the impact a rejected application could have on their reputation Finallyin the UKnext to the consideration of merit for appointment as a judgethe JAC considers diversity of appointments with respect to appointment of women and judges from different communities This is an important considerationwhich is absent from the JAC bill The bill only requires the JAC to recommend persons of abilityintegrity and standing in the legal profession, There are no such contradiction, the investigation on money laundering issues are done by by SFIO and ED.said.

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it released Rs 1 lakh each to institutes working in the field. For all the latest Entertainment News, 3 and here I am happy to fit in wherever I am required with Chris, Patel said Gujarat was a laggard in social sectors. part of a controversial push for the South Pacific country to drop Britain’s Union Jack from its national banner. the Congress party is leaving no stone unturned to push forward a pro-growth UPA 3 government if it manages to secure a majority come 16 May. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has also been holding meetings with party workers as well as various sections of society seeking their inputs for the 2014 manifesto. He is also heard saying Mala raag yeto aahe (I’m getting angry) which is part of the song. enjoyed a Gujarati thali for lunch.one can notice the blend of several elements in one outfit.

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