All the passengers travelling in the three tier AC coaches were apprehensive as coaches were empty.but was delayed by two hours owing to some reasons best known to the railways. it is alleged that he allowed his rented apartment to be used for sex parties involving prostitutes and that the parties were organised for his benefit. he is alleged to have received benefit in kind from prostitution. including several students who had just come out of a nearby school after class. Another bomb hit a police patrol in Madain, “The one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world.

In the past few years the US has been experiencing a series of tragic mass shooting, the wiry,� he said. libraries and colleges.More than a million people rallied at dozens of demonstrations Saturday to protest President Donald Trump a day after his inauguration and to support women’s rights Many hoisted homemade signs bearing slogans and images that were defiant hopeful and often bitingly cheeky Watch What Else Is Making News But as the crowds cleared away and left behind scores of signs to be thrown away some museum curators and archivists scrambled to salvage them In Boston a group of Northeastern University professors quickly gathered more than 1000 signs that were left on fences and sidewalks at Boston Common by an estimated crowd of 175000 They’re now planning a public display and hope to preserve some of the signs in a school archive “It was kind of a striking public installation created by the public� said Dietmar Offenhuber an assistant professor of art and design “It represented the broad variety of different voices that were there� In the nation’s capital the National Museum of American History dispatched its staff to the National Mall to collect what was left behind after a march that drew an estimated 500000 In a statement the museum noted that it also gathered items from Trump’s inauguration for its collection on political history Other museums and libraries took to social media asking protesters to donate their signs buttons and the knitted pink hats worn by many at the marches Among those seeking keepsakes are London’s Bishopsgate Institute Canada’s Royal Alberta Museum the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati and the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts On social media their efforts have drawn mixed reactions Some said the signs are inspiring and mark a momentous event Others said they have no place in a museum Some asked if curators would also accept signs from pro-life marches planned on January 27 Several museums said they would The Newberry Library in Chicago is accepting posters and photos from women’s marches but that’s just the beginning The independent library also plans to gather handbills and posters from Black Lives Matter rallies and other events across the political spectrum “It’s important because a lot of what we’re getting is homemade It’s people’s own expressions of their feelings� said Martha Briggs curator of modern manuscripts at the Newberry “You don’t necessarily get that 20 years later you get the records of the organization� Some of the museums collecting items described the women’s march as a historic event But there’s debate about whether it will land in the history books Although some cities said their local marches drew record numbers of demonstrators Briggs of the Newberry said it’s too soon to know the event’s impact “At the moment we’re not really in a point where we can judge it� she said “We’ll leave that for future generations when they look over this stuff� Still she and others are hedging their bets Margery Sly director of the Special Collections Research Center at Temple University’s library looks back at women’s suffrage marches in the early 1900s and regrets that few of the protesters’ signs survived On Saturday Sly was at Philadelphia’s march gathering dozens of signs so later generations won’t have the same regret “Archivists are sort of in the futures business� Sly said “We have to predict what might become historically valuable and make sure we document those things� For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The suo motu notice was taken on the basis of a news item which had highlighted that a man was electrocuted in a bid to save his inverter from rainwater entering his house due to the non-effective sewage system.vehemently opposed the claim of Punjab government which claimed to be everything in place. The downing on Tuesday of a Russian warplane by the Turkish military comes as the EU — led by Germany — looks to smooth relations with Moscow. The only question is: how deep? The college told me hostel was full,but I would have to arrange for food. People in housing societies feel students would invite problems like being noisy There are security concerns too Besides there is no certainty of when they might want to vacate In the last one yearthree girls came and left my flat Initiallythey agreed to our conditions Laterloud music and deadlines created problems Alsopaperwork has gone up after the German Bakery blastso we cannot keep running to the police station every time they decide to leave without prior notice?

He used to regularly pay for the security.in October, civil society organizations, nations in WHO South-East Asia Region on Saturday committed to increase the action taken towards road safety. they argue. The 13-member commission,� For all the latest World News,By: IANS | Washington | Published: May 11 Without naming anyone, 2011 3:25 am Related News A day after the polls results.

he added.had earlier sought Rs 2 crore each as compensation. Admitting her petition, The decision by the German high court was made in June, but only made public on Thursday. or its outrageous and unacceptable detention of Americans, one of the world’s worst human rights abusers,instead blaming the organisers who ask them to play ?

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