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The court order cannot stop our movement. ?000 crore. was waiting to board a suburban train to reach her office as per her routine,they said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The body had been retrieved and sent for postmortem police said adding various angles were being investigated to find out the assailant and also ascertain the motive behind thekilling Infosys described the incident as “unfortunate” and said it was cooperating with investigating officials “We are saddened by the unfortunate incident that has led to the demise of our employee in Chennai We are working with the local authorities as they investigate the matter and will continue to provide our co-operation and support” it said in a statement “Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with the family of the deceased Infosys will provide all the necessary support to the family in their hour of grief” it further said The victim was employed with Infosys’ branch at Mahindra World City at Singaperumalkoil on the city outskirts (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Hyderabad | Updated: August 26 2017 2:19 am Related News Cyberabad Police on Thursday night arrested two brothers hailing from Dubai While Salim Obaid Saeed Salman Al Zaabi 52 was arrested for his ‘fake’ marriage to a 30-year-old woman on August 17 his brother was held for a marriage proposal to a minor They intended to abandon their wives after the marriage police said Salim paid Rs 70000 to a marriage broker Mohammed Shafi for arranging the marriage which was done through a contract that enabled Salim to abandon the woman and leave the country a few days after marriage Shafi paid Rs 40000 to the woman’s family in Mailardevpally and kept Rs 30000 for himself The marriage was solemnised by qazi Habib Ali who was paid Rs 10000 and knew the marriage was fake On August 20 Salim summoned his brother Ibrahim Obaid to Hyderabad Ibrahim asked Shafi to find a young girl preferably a teenage bride after which Shafi contacted the family of a 16-year-old telling them that a rich sheikh from Dubai wants to marry her officials said Inspector P Jagdeeshwar of Mailardevpally Police Station said that they were informed about the proposed fake marriage “We got a tip-off about this marriage proposal for the minor and conducted a raid The first marriage was a fake and the second marriage would have also been like that We arrested the two brothers the broker and qazi’’ Jagdeeshwar said After questioning them police found that the brothers had no intention of taking their wives with them to Dubai and intended to divorce them through instant triple talaq “They came here to just fulfill their sexual desires and that was the purpose of the fake marriage’’ an official said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJohn O’Rourke of Trinity News wrote the following interview-based article on Peter Sexton SJ once the music co-ordinator in John’s school and now a chaplain in his college TCD “Fr Peter Sexton SJ is a formidable man My own earliest memory of Trinity’s latest recruit to the burgeoning chaplaincy team is of him in his role as music coordinator for Mass in my secondary school On my first day in boarding school I remember him at the pulpit intoning the arcane words of a Latin hymn for us to chime in and repeat Nervous looks darted around the church as the new brood of overwhelmed twelve year olds wondered how much enthusiasm could be feigned without looking too “uncool” before Fr Sexton launched into what we were soon to realise would be his trademark move [Read on…] Moving swiftly down the aisle he roused the entire congregation to a boisterous chant by energetically conducting the singing walking up and down the centre of the church making us quickly realise that resistance would be futile Our voices soon boomed out in echo awe-struck and half afraid As the months and years went by these feelings were soon replaced by a deep reverence for this man of the church whose passion and commitment left a deep impression on me and my contemporaries not least in the strange attachment to many of his favoured hymns to which quite a few of my contemporaries would still to this day confess Having swapped the cosy environs of secondary teaching last autumn to take on the challenging role of his new position as Catholic Chaplain for this university Trinity News features Fr Sexton here not only to introduce him to the wider college community but also to raise awareness of the work of the chaplaincy as a whole When asked to describe his new position he affably responds; “My role in Trinity as chaplain No one seems able to define the role of a university chaplain very succinctly The full title of the University dating from 1592 is of course The College of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity – Collegium Sanctissimae Individuae Trinitatis So I think the first role of a Christian chaplain Catholic and Protestant is to witness to the mysterious presence of the Trinitarian God – of Christ of the Gospel and of the Church How that witness is to be done is the daunting bit “Often I think in the simplest human way of supporting and befriending students and staff; of being available and willing to listen to people’s struggle for meaning and relationship in their lives; of being there when serious crises occur such as the recent death of a student not necessarily with an answer – no real crisis has an easy answer – but with a supportive and compassionate presence Of course the celebration of the Eucharist is central to the role of the priest however marginal that seems at stages in the lives of many people in and out of university I remember a wise priest psychologist onetime in a talk to parents worrying about the quality of their presence in the lives of their children recommending that their presence might be one of ‘alert indolence’ It was a creative and consoling way of looking at their role that in my opinion could be a useful description of a chaplain’s daily posture” Coming from a deeply committed religious family in Limerick Fr Peter had been educated by the Jesuits in the Crescent for 11 years from the age of 7 “Because of the faith of my parents and the profound and daily part that faith had in our lives the idea of becoming a priest came in and out of my mind during my secondary school years However in terms of career I also thought of going for Foreign Affairs and doing a BA BL degree with that in mind But in my final year at school I eventually decided to apply to join the Jesuits at the tender age of 18” As a Jesuit he belongs to one of the most prestigious orders of the Catholic Church renowned for their excellence in education around the world But for him the choice was an easy one “Why the Jesuits Well I had spent 11 years with them I never thought of joining “the clergy” as some group distinct from “the laity” – but rather of joining a community with a particular way of life I was impressed by some of the Jesuits who had taught me and was attracted by the kind of people they were Priesthood was not uppermost in my mind as it was a long way off as part of Jesuit formation In fact I was ordained priest 13 years after I had joined the order which was the norm The Jesuit’s remit seriously involves scholarship and learning but teaching wasn’t one of Fr Sexton’s motivating factors in joining the order “Was I always focused on education No But I experienced the Jesuits as educationalists and once I joined probably thought I would also be in that field Apart from an awareness of Jesuit missionary work I had little realisation at the age of 18 of how diverse Jesuit apostolates were even in Ireland not to mention in countries across the world True from the beginning of the order in 1540 Ignatius Loyola had always seen the key role of education at all levels and so education and scholarship have always had a major focus in our tradition In fact having done a BA in Classics in UCD and two years of philosophy I have spent most of my Jesuit life in secondary education in three of the five of the Jesuit schools in Ireland – Belvedere Gonzaga and Clongowes So it was a very agreeable and timely change to come to Trinity this year as a chaplain” However Fr Peter’s career has not just restricted him to Ireland but given him scope to visit several other countries “It is part of the Jesuit tradition to have a global perspective and not to be limited to one country or ‘province’ Part of my formation as that of many of my companions was out of Ireland particularly the nearly four years I spent in Canada for theology during which I was ordained Before Canada I had spent a year at Birmingham University doing an M Ed And then I worked for 3 years in Zimbabwe in the early 90s teaching and accompanying young African Jesuits in formation I’ve always felt it is good for us Irish to spend time outside Ireland and get a broader perspective on things Living in Africa broadened my horizons considerably Indeed I found it very difficult to return to live in Ireland after those years – life on return seemed to be much more confined and the weather didn’t help after the great open skies of Africa It took me some time to adjust back” Members of the clergy have undergone a time of difficult ordeals and great upheavals in recent years but many might still fail to recognise some other issues that affect them; “Biggest challenge in my time in the priesthood Probably that dark time already referred to in my adjustment back to Ireland after Africa when I felt I had lost the sense of vitality and even meaning in my vocation or in my faith Neither seemed to offer much consolation and the tunnel seemed endless – but it wasn’t The support of my brethren family and friends enabled me to limp through that period I don’t think I lost faith but I had lost the sense of it for a time – and that distinction was important for me “Of course dark periods in the history of the Church such as recently in Ireland with the Murphy and Ryan reports have been a severe and humiliating challenge also – but not to my faith as anyone with any sense of Church history realises – unlike many journalists who have been writing about these scandals Scandals in the Church have occurred since the very beginning of Christianity as even the slightest familiarity with the New Testament will make plain Why Because the Church is a Church of mostly sinners as well as a good few saints The Church in Ireland and indeed worldwide needs to be challenged vigorously on the use and misuse of authority at all levels including of course and by no means least its exercise by the Vatican But this critique and challenge if it is to be valid and just has to be done from a perspective that is balanced and historical One of the hard things about being a priest in this country right now is that that perspective seems glaringly absent The best of human institutions have strengths and weaknesses It is a very foolish thing to throw out the baby with the bathwater” This latest placement in Trinity has led to a more ecumenical environment than perhaps he may have been familiar with before How’s he getting used to the change “I think one of the attractive things about chaplaincy in Trinity is how closely the four of us (Julian Hamilton Methodist Darren McCallig Anglican and Fr Paddy Gleeson and myself Catholic) work together We pray together once a week and formally meet after this We run the one chaplaincy not separate ones and are in constant and easy communication with each other Even the free soup and rolls on Tuesdays is an ecumenical project Of course there are denominational differences that reflect the larger Church I was surprised when I came on hearing of the denominational backgrounds of students today with 10% or so Protestant meaning mainly Anglican Methodist or Presbyterian and over 80% Catholic background I might have realised that Trinity reflects the national pattern This is not my first ecumenical experience however When I was studying theology in Toronto the ambience there was very ecumenical – the Toronto School of Theology was made up a number of Catholic and Protestant colleges and students took courses from the different traditions One of the most influential persons in my own life was a Minister of the United Church of Canada Bob Giuliano under whose tutelage I did a 3 month clinical pastoral course in two Ontario prisons He was a powerful and most perceptive man of God one of the best preachers I have ever heard who affected hugely my way of understanding ministry and has been a life-long friend”which would mean the accident was not intentional. 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The police have booked Kirti under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 28 2009 3:43 pm Related News Troubled singer Amy Winehousewho is on an extended holiday in St Luciahas refused to return to UK unless she finds a St Lucian chef The Grammy-winning singerwho is living in the Caribbean islandhas already started asking native cooks to move back to London with herContactmusic reported “She often eats St Lucian feasts courtesy of one of her favourite restaurantsThe Pier at the Sandals Halcyon resort She has had her friends make enquiries with some of the chefs at Sandals and some other restaurants on the island That waybeing back will not be too hard to deal with” said a close friend of the ‘Rehab’ star “One of Amy’s favourite things about St Lucia is the food and she’d love to have that as a reminder of the island when she is back in the UK” her friend said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neelima Vallangi | Published: May 7 2017 12:00 am Photo finish: I soon realised Little Andaman was a special place The unimpeded stretch of beach from the Hutbay jetty till as far as the eye could see was phenomenal Related News Standing on the deck of a cruise liner called MV Samson that was too swanky for the remote Andaman and Nicobar islands I gazed into the dark storm chasing us in the middle of the ocean with a mix of trepidation and wonder It was my first time sailing in a ship My next few days in Little Andaman Andaman archipelago’s southernmost island and arguably the most beautiful would go in a similar fashion — the island’s inaccessibility would seem daunting yet its unmapped beauty would feel equally alluring There are more than 500 islands in the Andaman and Nicobar group but less than 38 are inhabited and even lesser are open to travellers Beyond the usual suspects of Havelock and Neil few wander as far as Little Andaman It was practically off the tourist map when my eyes fell on the large blot on the map between Andaman and Nicobar seven years ago Those were exciting times when the internet failed to point me in any reliable direction about the island’s tourist infrastructure or sights However the sole comforting factor was that I knew that the Little Andaman had found its way onto the travel itineraries of intrepid hippies for the longest time It was reassuring in a way — I felt that my quest to visit this island won’t be in vain So I swallowed my fear and got on that ship to an island I had no idea about I soon realised Little Andaman was a special place when a huge monitor lizard a giant rainbow and a glorious sunset welcomed me on the first evening The unimpeded stretch of beach from the Hutbay jetty till as far as the eye could see was phenomenal — a thick forest with green cover that contrasted beautifully against the electric blue ocean-fringed coastline Put up in a shady hotel that was next to remains of buildings destroyed in the 2004 tsunami I hardly caught a wink trying to ward off imaginary ghosts at the site of such tragedy Morning brought with it a wave of relief The ocean behind the hotel beckoned me with its sparkling waters and the soothing sound of crashing waves I was leaving footprints on a beach that must have seen fewer outsider footfalls in its entire existence than a Bangalore city mall on packed weekends I walked further along to see fishermen returning with their catch Without any trawlers eating into their business the fisherfolk manage a very decent catch Andaman is known as mini-India understandably since most of its inhabitants are migrants from the mainland Bengalis Biharis Tamilians and Telugu people form the majority of the population here and not surprisingly the fishermen whom I ran into were all from coastal Andhra Pradesh Chatting with them in my mother tongue thousands of kilometers away from home in a remote island felt surreal subtly reinforcing the idea that it is a small world indeed Scared of spending another night in the hotel I took up on the offer of a fellow traveller I had met on the ship and went in search of one of the two so-called resorts that have sprung up along the coastal road Makeshift bamboo huts erected on an open ground formed the entirety of the resort but I was thankful that at least there’d be company Next morning my fellow traveller and I hired a scooter setting off in search of a beautiful lagoon Named after the black limestone rocks that jut out of the coast Kalapathar beach and its lagoon flanked by thick forest seemed like a great place to spend all day doing nothing We lazed under the shade of a tree watching the waves crash through the small opening in the rocks and slowly fill the lagoon up as the tide rose through the day A few locals came to fish for their dinner while another disappeared into a literal hole in the wall I followed him into the jagged rocks It opened into a cloistered view of the ocean on the other side If Little Andaman felt like the end of the world this small cave took that feeling a few notches higher Later that day we passed by the market where men gathered by the roadside animatedly playing carrom and other board games under the twilight sky We rode back to our rooms across bridges over crocodile-infested creeks and along the deserted road through the forest with a million stars twinkling above our heads The whole day had been profound in a way — the island’s simplicity evoked in me a great joy at losing myself in the mundane never mind that I had been bitten silly by pesky sandflies one of the island’s only two deterrents The other of course are the saltwater crocodiles that have claimed quite a few lives over the years Back at the makeshift resort we settled for a night of fried fish cheap liquor and some friendly banter with an Australian couple who had come to the island to surf Little Andaman is a well-guarded secret in the surfing community The complete lack of tourist infrastructure made a visit to this tropical paradise all the more appealing Little Andaman isn’t for everyone; if you can brave it you are privy to its unparalleled beauty along with only a few others “Another day in paradise” cheerily called out the Australian brunette the next morning at breakfast as she stowed a wildflower in her hair and walked towards the beach Parakeets noisily flew above the trees surrounding our resort A lone surfer walked out of the blue ocean and I stood there admiring the delicate patterns in the sand made by a crab the previous night I may return to this island one day and perhaps I may fall in love with it more but the heady feeling of finding my unknown paradise like first love might not return Neelima Vallangi is a travel writer and photographer For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News where Djalali is a professor, Sukhi has sustained critical injuries in left side of abdomen and left arm,which turned turtle after running over a footpath on the roadside, Sukhi told the police As Sukhi got trapped in the overturned jeepthe assailants attacked him with swords After inflicting severe wounds on his bodythey fled away in the cover of darknessthe IO said Both the parties were involved in a land disputewhich was believed to be the main provocation behind the assaultsaid Raghwinder Singh The assailants have been booked under Section 307 (attempt to murder)323324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons and means)148 (rioting armed with deadly weapons) and 149 (every member of unlawful assembly guilty of offence committed in prosecution of common object) of the IPC The accused were still on the runthe IO said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News no measurement tool has been able to detect self-esteem in preschool-aged children as the existing self-esteem tests require the 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display and an extremely speedy processor Zenfone 3 makes up for it with a beautiful design and strong battery life For all the latest Technology News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: June 22 2011 5:33 pm Related News Moms-to-beit’s time to speak up if you suffer domestic violenceat least for the sake of your childfor a study says that emotional or physical abuse during pregnancy can lead to post-natal depression Researchers from King’s College University have based their findings on an analysis of 13617 women who were asked to report their experiences of domestic abuse and assessed for post-natal depression The study found that women who suffered emotional or physical abuse during pregnancy were two-and-a-half times more likely to have depressive symptoms when their child was eight weeks old (25 per cent) compared to those who had not (10 per cent)’The Daily Telegraph’ reported The results estimated thatby the time they were 18 weeks’ pregnantsix per cent had experienced emotional cruelty and two per cent physical cruelty Louise Howardwho led the studysaid: “This strong link between antenatal and postnatal violence should help health workers identify future problems Pregnancy is a time when women will come into frequent contact with health professionals and therefore are more likely to talk about domestic violence being suffered and psychiatric symptoms” The study is published in the latest edition of ‘BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology’ The journal’s editor-in-chiefProfessor Philip Steeradded: “This is an important study as it highlights the issue of domestic violence which was also highlighted in the recent UK confidential inquiry into maternal deaths “Ante-natal domestic violence has been shown to lead to various other problems such as post-natal violencedepression and child behavioral problems It is therefore essential that more is done to help women at an early stage and provide them the support they need to ensure baby’s future health” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Los Angeles | Published: July 31 2014 4:01 pm Beat the stress at home (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News With a demanding boss a long list of to-dos and negative environment you get stressed in office Beat the stress by downloading an app or gorging on oranges Huffingtonpostcom shares a list of ways to de-stress in office: Take a two-minute mini vacation: Choose one of your favourite vacation memories and relive it without spending on the airfare All of us have memories from our favourite places You can relive the best moment of your life to feel like you did when you were there It helps you recognise you have a choice in how you feel in a stressful moment Download a de-stressing app: Your smartphone might be partly to blame for the stress you’re feeling (non-stop emails) but it’s also a great resource for de-stressing tools so try a couple of de-stressing apps Keep essential oils at your desk: A whiff or two could actually help you relax Aromatherapy has been shown to decrease stress levels so shop around for a scent you fancy and get sniffing Handwrite your to-do list: Think of your handwritten to-do list as a sacred document You’ll know exactly where to find it when you need to refer back to it since it won’t be lost among the many open tabs of your browser Also the act of physically writing down your tasks may help you organise your thoughts and remember them more clearly which in turn will help you to be more focused and less stressed Snack on an orange: A 2002 study found that a dose of vitamin C helped people bounce back more easily from a stressful situation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: November 25 2009 1:37 pm Related News ‘Twilight’ sequel ‘New Moon’ has come under fire from feminists for reinforcing gender stereotypes Carmen Sieringassistant professor of English and women’s studies at Ball State Universityalleges that the second installment of the vampire series shows Bellaplayed by Kristen Stewartas a passive character “With just a moment of critical analysisfeminists can’t be too happy about how the latest episode in the Twilight seriesadapted from Stephenie Meyer’s popular booksrepresents a young woman and her place in the modern world” the Telegraph quoted Siering as telling feminist Ms Magazine Siering insistes that the fact Bella remains in thrall to the “overbearing” Edward even after he dumps reflects gender stereotype of women’s dependence on men Siering added: “In factjust moments after Edward leaves herBella stumbles in the woods and refuses to get uplying in the muck until a strongbare-chested man carries her out “Laterwe see her sitting in her roomstaring out the windowas the months roll by When she isn’t sitting and staringshe is in bed having nightmares Very empowering “What finally rouses her is a vision of Edward-which she sees after she hops on a motorcycle with a creepy guy Even this ghostly Edward is bossyscolding Bella to be carefulbut it seems Bella likesor needsto be bossed around” Siering concluded: “This is a film full of gender stereotypes-testosterone-driven male aggressionfemales who pine away over lost lovesboys who fix motorcycles and the girls who watch them “The one role-reversal in New Moonwhere Bella saves Edward for a changeis immediately negated when Bella’s low self-esteem takes centre stage “Even as Edward declares his love to herBella deems herself ”unworthy” of itbeing simply human while he’s a vampire and all Perpetuating the idea that this is true love-torturouspainfuland unrequited-is detrimental to all of uswomen and men “There’s something scary about New Moonbut it’s in the human encountersnot those with the monsters” However’New Moon’ has broken box office records since its release last 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