2017 6:23 pm NSD Bengaluru students protest outside Guru Nanak Bhavan (Source: ANI) Related News A day after the students and faculty of National School of Drama (NSD) in Bengaluru were evicted and their equipment were thrown out from the premises over non-payment of rent dues by the institution.

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also carried four identical LEMUR nano satellites of a Spire Global Inc. San Fransisco US that were non-visual remote sensing satellites ‘focusing primarily on maritime intelligence through vessel tracking via’ the AIS ISRO said With this a total of 51 satellites belonging to global customers from 20 countries including Germany France JapanCanada UK have been launched successfully by ISRO so far Declaring the launch successful a beaming ISRO Chairman said PSLV had put in an astronomy mission which is beinglooked at not only within the country but also globally to bring in new information to scientific community “I congratulate the entire ISRO community for the wonderful job they have done” he said addressing the gathering at the Mission Control Centre Hailing the ISRO for the 30th consecutive success ofPSLV Choudhry said it was really a proud moment for everycitizen of the country “I congratulate the entire ISRO team present and past whohave started these missions This being the 30th success I am sure you will be doing many more successful launches” he said Director of Satish Dhawan Space Centre Kunhi Krishnan said ASTROSAT was the ‘hard earned’ gift of ISRO to the world in the area of astronomy and noted ISRO had crossed the half-century mark in commercial launches with this mission “We are getting ready with another dedicated commercial mission in PSLV C29 with six satellites from Singapore All of us must be proud to see PSLV has established its prominent presence in the international space market” he added ASTROSAT which has a mission life of five years carries four X-ray payloads one UV telescope and a charge particle monitor The scientific satellite mission ASTROSAT has unique features including simultaneous multi-wavelength observations of various astronomical objects with a single satellite According to ISRO ASTROSAT will observe the universe in optical ultraviolet low and high energy X-ray regions of the electromagnetic spectrum while most other scientific satellites are capable of observing a narrow range of wavelength band The spacecraft control centre at Mission OperationsComplex of ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) at Bengaluru will manage the satellite during its mission life The scientific objectives of ASTROSAT mission are to understand high energy processes in binary star systems containing neutron stars and black holes to estimate magnetic fields of neutron stars and to study star birth regions and high energy processes in star systems lying beyond our galaxy The mission is also aimed at detecting new briefly bright X-ray sources in the sky and performing a limited deep field survey of the universe in the ultraviolet region Apart from ISRO four other Indian institutions – Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Indian Institute of Astrophysics Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics and Raman Research Institute were involved in payload development officials said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: November 5 2017 10:27 am Tim Cahill will travel to Honduras for Friday’s World Cup playoff first leg (Source: File) Top News Australia forward Tim Cahill will travel to Honduras for Friday’s World Cup playoff first leg but will delay his departure to allow for more treatment on his injured ankle Football Federation Australia said on Sunday Robbie Kruse however will miss the match in San Pedro Sula after the VfL Bochum forward was ruled out with a knee injury reducing the travelling squad to 22 players with Mark Milligan and Mathew Leckie suspended for the opening leg The 37-year-old Cahill Australia’s most prolific international goalscorer injured his ankle in A-League action for Melbourne City on Friday “Cahill was cleared of a fractured ankle on Saturday however he will require continued assessment and treatment before a determination regarding his eligibility for the forthcoming matches is made by medical and coaching staff” said a statement Cahill scored his 49th and 50th goals for his country to ensure Australia defeated Syria in last month’s Asian playoff which set up the intercontinental tie for a place in next year’s tournament in Russia Even if he fails to recover in time for the first leg Australian football fans will be desperate for him to play some part in the second leg in Sydney on Nov 15 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Updated: July 20 2016 4:28 pm Protesters in north Kashmir’s Bandipora town on Monday Top News AS PROTESTS continued for the 10th consecutive day in the Valley amid curfew two civilians including a woman were killed in Qazigund area of south Kashmir Monday when security forces opened retaliatory fire on demonstrators and the local MLA of the PDP was injured after he was reportedly attacked by protesters in Pulwama town The ruling party however claimed that the legislator Mohammad Khalil Bandh was injured when his vehicle met with an accident when he was returning home in Pulwama from Srinagar late Sunday night Bandh suffered a fracture in his leg and has been admitted to Army Base Hospital WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests Victim: 5-Year Old Zohra On How She Got Hit In the afternoon protesters reportedly threw stones on an Army vehicle in Qazigund and a man and a woman died in retaliatory fire the police said Chief Medical Officer of Anantnag Ashiq Ahmad confirmed the deaths of the two civilians and said seven others were injured Share This Article Related Article A police spokesperson said a few security personnel were injured in incidents of stone-pelting at several places in the Valley Forty-two people including a policeman have died till now in the violent protests that began with the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani on July 8 WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests: Visuals Of Curfew In the State In Pulwama while locals claimed the PDP MLA’s car was attacked by protesters a state government spokesman said Bandh’s official vehicle met with an accident and locals rescued and took him to hospital As CM Mehbooba Mufti and senior PDP leaders visited Bandh at hospital her main political rival NC working president and former CM Omar Abdullah tweeted “That @MehboobaMufti went to see her injured MLA is understandable; that she didn’t visit any other injured is inexplicable & unforgivable!” While separatist leaders extended the strike call till Friday police said the overall situation in Kashmir was under control For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Faizan Mustafa | Published: July 24 2017 3:27 am The right to privacy is not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution But then the right to “due process” too was not there and in fact was dropped by the framers of the Constitution Top News In India people have the right to life but fake encounters and mob lynching happen In spite of the right to free speech publications feel compelled to withdraw articles critical of government or corporates There is a right to equality but discrimination is still rampant When the mention of fundamental rights in the Constitution is not able to ensure their full implementation on ground one wonders what will happen if privacy is not recognised as a fundamental right In such a situation citizens may not have protection against surveillance and even profiling by the state the state could target those who speak against it even voting preferences may be influenced telephone tapping could be routinely resorted to and our mails intercepted This is indeed a terrifying prospect The right to privacy is not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution But then the right to “due process” too was not there and in fact was dropped by the framers of the Constitution Yet the apex court read it into the “right to personal liberty” The court in fact silently brought about what may be called a “rights revolution” by judicially creating several fundamental rights When the democratic state turned totalitarian under Indira Gandhi and started abusing its powers to amend the Constitution the Supreme Court as protector of civil liberties stood firm and applied the brakes first in 1967 by denying Parliament power to amend the Constitution and then in 1973 through the “basic structure” doctrine which too is not there in the text of the Constitution If the text of the Constitution alone is going to determine the nature of the right to privacy then the collegium system the right against arbitrariness and the freedom of press too could go soon Voluntary surrender of personal information to private entities cannot be equated with mandatory data collection by the state The right to privacy judgment will be a litmus test for the apex court Will the court follow the rich traditions of 1967 and 1973 and rise to the challenges of the information age One hopes there would not be another ADM Jabalpur (1976) kind of decision where the majority accepted the government’s argument that when the right to life and personal liberty is suspended citizens have no remedy against illegal detention It is erroneous to believe that eight- and six-judge benches have authoritatively held that there is no right to privacy In the Satish Chandra case (1954) the fundamental question was whether the state’s power of search and seizure violated the right against self-incrimination under Article 20(3) In a positivist mould the court refused to read right to privacy under this provision Then came the Kharak Singh (1963) case where a dacoity accused was released and put under surveillance Police constables would knock at his door wake him up during night and disturb his sleep The majority conceded that “everyman’s home is his castle” and struck down domiciliary visit regulations But without any elaborate discussions the court yet again said that there was no fundamental right to privacy in India But there was the powerful dissenting judgment of Justice Subba Roa with whom Justice JC Shah concurred They argued that even though the right to privacy is not specifically mentioned in the Constitution it is a necessary ingredient of the right to personal liberty In the Gobind case (1975) the minority opinion of Kharak Singh case became the majority opinion The court has recognised right to privacy as an integral part of right to personal liberty Today liberty is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution Despite the recognition of privacy as a fundamental right the government will continue to have powers to impose “reasonable restrictions” It is no body’s case that the right to privacy is an absolute right Moreover global experience shows that the denial of privacy neither promotes national security nor curbs terrorism it merely takes away citizen’s freedom to be left alone and curtails his/her choice in personal decisions The writer is vice-chancellor NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News said in a statement accompanying the study results.” Hanlon said. * Big nose ring: Big nose rings have become a common favourite among women. say experts. The Maharashtra ATS insists he is 22. Ansari also referred to the Supreme Court’s pronouncements on dissent saying that “dissent as a right” is recognised by law. 2009 3:42 pm Related News Police on Sunday arrested two people with alleged links to Lashkar-e-Toiba from Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district and recovered a AK-47 rifle from them.The front camera on the Galaxy S8+ is 8MP with auto-focus. “Modi celebrates his death anniversary as Yoga Day to promote himself”.

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for a four-bedroom apartment.” he said. Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar Top News The state-run J J hospital, but they are responsible for ATM centers’ security. both of whom left their jobs after mental problems, knowledge and experience to the test,A whirlwind of activity, The state government had filed a plea in apex court to get Shahabuddin’s bail cancelled, “smacking of criminality” and “a fraudulent flavour”. National Science Foundation official who established NSF’s Beijing office.

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