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boho and sometimes, Holding copies of The Indian Express’s investigation into the estimated 600 communal incidents in Uttar Pradesh since the Lok Sabha results and how these are clustered around 12 bypoll areas — the third part of the series runs below — Opposition members raised the issue before Question Hour. Saying that the Congress must give “a proper notice” to seek a discussion,” says a visibly upset Kumar. a Western tourist, says he is “more interested in discovering life on the ghats than in using his phone here” He takes out his digicam and takes photos of a newly-wed couple and their family boarding a boat for a ride across the river Others like Kim a South Korean tourist are cynical of the service “I have used Wi-Fi in Jaisalmer it was so-so I don’t expect much from the service here” she says Alina from Ukraine sitting with her friend Daria at Ahilya Bai ghat (adjacent to Sheetla ghat) virtually jumps with joy when told that the service is available? “We are going to check it out Thanks for informing us” she says She has been to Thailand and Malayasia where she could use Wi-Fi in almost all the public places and says it would be particularly useful in India “Even getting a SIM here can be a complicated process” she chuckles The Wi-Fi kendra itself is a small server hidden behind glass in the corner of a garment store Satish Kumar Singh the owner of the store which is located on the first floor of an old building near the ghats says he has given a duplicate of the shop’s key to BSNL He also reveals that BSNL staff came a few days ago to fix the network after a monkey snapped a cable causing one of the four Wi-Fi devices to break down The “monkey menace” admits BSNL Varanasi PRO S S Yadav “is a constant threat to our service” A cable from the Wi-Fi kendra joins several other cables bunched up atop a tall tower meant for electrical and telephone connections A small monkey lurches from one cable to the other The wires says Yadav have been kept underground to the maximum extent possible “But some had to be taken overground because we couldn’t dig near the steps of the ghats” he says He also adds that speed issues will be “sorted out soon” It’s 430 pm now and the Dashashwamedha ghat is being washed with water for the Ganga aarti in the evening The BSNL claims that people attending the aarti can make videos on the Wi-Fi service and WhatsApp them That will have to wait For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 29 2013 9:22 pm Related News A prominent hospital chain today offered to provide free treatment to Sarabjit Singhwho is battling for his life in a Lahore hospitalin case India manages to bring him back to the country Col Harinder Singh ChahalRegional Director (North)Fortis Healthcaretold PTI that the Mohali based multi- speciality unit of Fortis Group is ready to treat Sarabjit free of cost if the Indian government would bring him back for treatment “It would be logistically easy to shift the patient to Mohali hospital as its location is relatively closer to other major hospitals in the country” Chahal said Dr Amit MandalHead of the Critical Care unitsaid the hospital is fully equipped to comprehensively treat critical cases like the one in Sarabjit’s 49-year-old Sarabjit is in comma and undergoing treatment at the Jinnah hospital in Lahore after he sustained several injuriesincluding a skull fracturewhen prisoners attacked him in Kot Lakhpat Jail on Friday MeanwhilePakistan today said the “best possible care” is being given to Indian death row convict Sarabjit Singh – comatose in a Lahore hospital after a brutal assault and that there are no plans to move him For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Tewari | New Delhi | Updated: February 5 2015 2:23 am Related News In yet another indication of the dismal performance of the scheme this financial year less than 3 per cent households were able to complete the promised 100 days of employment under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) this year effectively meaning that 97 per cent of the beneficiaries have not been able to use the scheme to its maximum intended capacity Introduced in February 2006 MGNREGA promises 100 days of employment every year to each rural household The scheme has faced controversy since the NDA government came to power with several activists economists and opposition parties accusing the government of trying to dilute the scheme and squeeze its funds As per data with the Rural Development Ministry only 279 per cent of the total households who got work under the scheme this financial year actually worked for the full 100 days till December 31 As per the ministry’s MIS updated regularly the figure has improved only marginally since then to just a little over 3 per cent now Share This Article Related Article Last fiscal year 10 per cent households who worked under the scheme completed 100 days of work This figure has never been too encouraging at 10 per cent for FY 2012-13 and 8 per cent for 2011-12 Ministry officials say this year’s figures could improve by March end since data comes with a lag However they add it is unlikely to go up much The particularly poor performance of the scheme this year has been triggered by a funds crunch at the ground level and an unfavourable pattern of funds release Officials say there were massive delays in release of funds by the Centre to states this fiscal hampering the ability to plan work and provide employment on the ground The delay in release of funds also caused huge delays in payment of wages thus discouraging many from seeking work under the scheme The Indian Express had reported last week how over 70 per cent of the wages have been delayed this year and that each household on an average has been provided employment for just a little over one-third of the mandated 100 days so far For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGerrry Clarke looks back on an extraordinary fortnight at the Makoba Mission South Africa with a group from Belvedere and from Friends in Ireland Their mission: to build the walls of a wash-house for children suffering from AIDS Our mission was to raise the walls of a wash house for the children orphaned by AIDS at the Makoba Mission near Kokstad in South Africa It was a long journey by plane ‘combie’ (a small van) and ‘bakkie’ (a pick-up truck) that brought us to the remotest communities of the Drakensberg foothills Under the shadow of those snow-capped mountains and in an icy-wind our 19-strong group of Belvedere school-leavers laboured hard to complete the tasks Probably the best thing we brought was hope: hope that someone was starting to care for them But our medical clinics and construction work will be a very real help to many children who face hardship and early death Sister Natalia described how last year with the arrival of the first volunteer group the forest of white crosses was halted in its advance across the field given to her for the burial of AIDS-infected infants A native of the region her commitment and that of the whole diocese of Kokstad is bringing aid to this forgotten corner of the “Rainbow Nation” I’ll never forget the Mass at the Franciscan Mission in Hardenberg The sound of South African harmonies still echoes in my ears It was one long celebration with song and movement and spontaneous prayer Truly these people understand what it is to be in community together and I suspect that it is their very poverty that makes faith so natural and so real There was also their palpable joy at having ‘visitors’ – people to share their life for a couple of weeks and experience perhaps their grieving for relatives lost through AIDS or their joy at victory for the local football team on the hilltop pitch “Singamaphuthi ahlathi linye” is a Xhosa proverb meaning “We are blue-bucks of one forest” and it is the equivalent of our expression “We’re in the one boat” I think this is what they felt as we walked with them up to the hilltop or jumped into the back of a pick-up truck or ‘bakkie’ It had taken a lot of persuasion for them to believe that we would arrive at all because the authorities have promised so much and delivered so little Another promise of help is so easily made and it is so disappointing when it is not honoured “They won’t believe you’re coming until they see you” we were told and perhaps that is why we were so over-awed by the ululations and song and dance that welcomed us during the first liturgy The hope is that this will be the first of many volunteer efforts in this region formerly known as the Transkei Enormous work remains to be done on the three fronts of medical care educational assistance and child-care focussed on orphans With the Friends in Ireland a charity set up by Marian Finucane and her husband John Clarke perhaps alumni from our Jesuit schools can bring that help But they won’t believe we’re coming until they see us Top News Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday arrived in Goa for a two-day visit as part of his three states tour. badminton and karate. But today, For all the latest Delhi News, (Source: Varinder Chawla) This isn’t the first time the Indian beauty has ruined her look by going overboard with her styling.

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2014 5:39 pm Kerala Congress legislator Abdullakutty (left) along with Mullappally Ramachandran. Chandigarh,then naturally one among them would become Prime Minister of the country, The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), has shown that only 15 per cent of rural households in India use LPG as their primary source of energy for cooking,including an Audi,Rs 5 lakh will be provided as assistance as compared to the earlier figure of Rs 4 lakh. The note also asks schools to make arrangements for a TV, Secretary.