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Boddington’s total cost came to about 300 pounds,and I want my fairytale, Media: How to shift from winning with scale to outsmarting with specialized expertise and winning in the last 10 yards. and thrown the carcass on to a municipal garbage truck. Animal welfare activist and Aonla MP Maneka Gandhi is the chairperson of the centre the Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre in Raja Garden The centre has confirmed that it “re-uses” the graves in its animal cemetary The aggrieved couple said they had paid the NGO’s burial service fee of Rs 3000 besides donating their dog’s accessories worth Rs 50000 so they could be used by animals at the shelter Vivek and Mukta Dhingra of Model town said their pet Daschund was like a daughter who even shared thefamily name Chunnu Dhingra — who was eight years old when she died last week — was showered with gifts and affection and owned the largest collection of clothes in the family After she died the Dhingras wrapped Chunnu in silk sprinkled holy water perfomed a hawan and set out to look for a place where she could finally rest They found SGACC “India’s oldest and Delhi’s largest all-animal shelter” which promises the best burial services for pets “On February 5 we went to SGACC with our daughter’s body for the burial They had told us that they dig fresh graves for pets over which we could plant a sapling and put our dog’s name and keep visiting to offer prayers Our dog was buried before us and we put garlands over the grave” Vivek Dhingra said Visiting SGACC a few days later however the Dhingras were suprised to find the garlands and sapling gone Suspicious they made the NGO’s officials remove the earth and found not Chunnu but another dog in the grave “I could not believe my eyes There was a different dog in the grave in which I had buried Chunnu a few days earlier” Dhingra said According to Dhingra SGACC staff told them that Chunnu’s carcass had been dug up and thrown into a garbage truck to make space for a new burial Ambika Shukla director of SGACC said that graves were indeed re-used “We have a small space to bury the pets and it is not possible to give an exclusive space for each one hence we re-use the space In such limited space we cannot guarantee a reserved spot for each pet In this case we had buried Dhingra’s pet but the space was later re-used We cleared the garlands and the spot was re-used to bury another pet Later we even told them that we would return their money but they did not agree” Asked if the Dhingras had been informed in advance that the grave would be re-used Shukla said “If someone asks us about it then we inform them But it is not something that we tell them in advance” She denied that Chunnu’s carcass had been thrown in the garbage and said that the second dog had been buried over her “We put mud over the spot where the dog was buried and re-used the space for another pet” Shukla said The SGACC web site says “…We understand the grief of losing a companion animal SGACC offers one of Delhi’s only burial grounds for animals Our caring staff provides burial services for pets in a quiet secluded part of the premises Graves are freshly dug and the animal laid to rest in the presence of the owner A fee is charged for this service… Space allowing SGACC is contemplating offering saplings to owners to plant in memory of their companion animal” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Updated: October 19 2017 8:39 am Amarjit Singh Related News ON THURSDAY when city residents would be celebrating Diwali with their families and friends there are some who would continue to work on the auspicious festival Different departments have specially put additional staff on duty on Diwali day to deal with any possible health and law and order problems The city’s major hospitals are on alert to tackle the possible rush of burn or eye injuries on Thursday Police are on toes to enforce the court orders of restriction on the bursting of crackers and maintain law and order Fire and emergency department personnel have also been asked to remain ready in case of any unfortunate fire incident Chandigarh Newsline tracks five people who will sacrifice their presence with the loved ones to ensure we remain safe while we celebrate with our families Sumeet Gupta doctor GMSH Sector 16: It is for the first time that Sumit will be away from his family on Diwali He says that he had planned a get together with some of his cousins but now he will be camped at the hospital on Thursday evening to deal with the emergency cases on Diwali “I am not disappointed with the news that I will have to work on Thursday evening as well This is a rather good opportunity I am happy that I will be at hospital serving people” says Gupta a city resident “In our profession there is nothing bigger than to serve people when they need you the most in situation of any emergency” Davinder Singh 28 Ambulance Driver: Posted at the city’s general hospital Singh’s job will be to attend the distress calls and ferry people to the hospital from any part of the city He says in the past he has spent Diwali festival away from home and this year he got yet another opportunity to serve the people “I am pleased that I will help the needy patients on Diwali day This [working on Diwali] is part of our duty and we cannot say no to it I am ready again for tomorrow and my shift will start at 8 pm tomorrow” “I know I won’t be with my family on Diwali evening But it is okay for me because Diwali night is an important one as there are high chances when people require ambulances” says Singh Amarjit Singh 34 operator fire control room: For the last five years his wife and two children have been expecting that they all will celebrate Diwali together But Singh says his name always appears in the roster meant for night shift on Diwali “Every month we have to work first 15 days in the day shift and the last 15 days in the night shift For the last five years the date of Diwali comes in the night shift” says Amarjit He adds even after spending past five Diwalis away from home there is a “satisfaction” that he was out to help the public Singh says his eight-year-old daughter understands why he cannot take an off but his four-year-old son doesn’t listen to him “There is a shortage of manpower and cannot skip duty There has to be someone to respond to calls 24×7” he says Harkewal Singh 50 head constable traffic wing UT Police: After he got shifted to traffic wing of the Chandigarh Police three years ago Harkewal says he didn’t spend Diwali with his family This year as well for Harkewal it is not any surprise that he will have to work on Diwali “Public safety is our priority When everything is safe in the city then we are satisfied as well Duty is top priority for us and on Diwali day there lies a big responsibility on our shoulders” he says Harkewal says this time he had to promise his five-year-old daughter that he will take an off after Diwali and take her out “Then only she allowed me to come after 10 pm on Thursday when my duty shift will be over” he says Rahul 25 bank security guard: He is a private security guard of an ATM machine in Sector 8 Panchkula On Thursday he will come in the morning as usual and will do his job to protect the machine He says he cannot take a day off because of the company policy “There is no alternative and I don’t have any option other than to report on duty on Diwali If I take a day off it may affect my overall earning and I don’t want that to happen because I have to feed my family” he says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Ireland has called on the Irish Government to honour the promise of fundamental reform set out in the Terms of Reference of the Working Group on the Protection Process by fully implementing the Working Group’s recommendation as soon as possible Speaking at the launch of the report Mr Eugene Quinn Working Group member and JRS Ireland National Director said: “The report of the Working Group will not serve its purpose to improve the protection process or to enable asylum seekers to live with greater dignity if it is not fully implemented JRS Ireland is calling on the Irish Government to put in place an implementation plan and timeframe as soon as possible” The extensive consultation process undertaken by the Working Group highlighted that the biggest single issue facing asylum seekers is the length of time spent in the system The introduction of a Single Procedure will not address the situation of the 55% of protection applicants who are more than five years in the system since their initial application Eugene Quinn who was appointed to the Working Group on the Protection Process and acted as rapporteur of the sub-group considering improvements to the determination process urged: “Thousands of men women and children have been ‘living in limbo’ with their lives on hold in the asylum system for too long The long stayer solution recommended for persons more than five years in the system must be prioritised and delivered quickly to end their long wait” The Working Group estimates that 3350 people will benefit from the long stayer solution 1500 of whom reside in Direct Provision According to JRS Ireland it is imperative that the International Protection Bill is passed as soon as possible The introduction of a Singe Procedure and other improvements to the protection process recommended by the Working Group will yield efficiencies and eliminate delays in the future if adequately resourced Eugene Quinn highlighted: “It is clear that a failure to adequately resource decision making bodies will lead to new backlogs and delays and will result in incurring the much higher costs of accommodating applicants” Among other key recommendations made by the Working Group include a right to work when a Single Procedure is in place increased private living space and communal catering greater access to third level education for school leavers and the first increase in the Direct Provision Allowance since 2000 Eugene Quinn concluded “The Working Group Report provides an opportunity for fundamental and long overdue reform of the protection process and the Direct Provision system through a wide range and comprehensive set of recommendations?

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Japan welcomed India’s recent accession to the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation (HCOC) and its intensified engagement with the export control regimes. check out her website, since I started my company on Instagram, His last election victory was in 1996 when the BJP had an alliance with the Bansi Lal-led Haryana Vikas Party (HVP). His current victory by a margin of 34491 votes has ended a two-decade long drought in his political career He is staking his claim on the basis of being the non-Jat face of the party There are however two other strong contenders who are staking claim to the top post on the same criteria Among them is Manohar Lal Khattar who won by a whopping 62773 votes at Karnal despite the local leadership having opposed as he was ‘an outsider’ He was even opposed by Karnal MP Ashwani Chopra Khattar a former RSS activist has 40 years of experience in public service He is the only candidate with direct RSS backing and is known for his proximity to Prime Minister Narendra Modi He however has no experience in administration The other non-Jat in the race is Anil Vij the leader of the BJP Legislative Party He has been in the Assembly for the past two terms of the Congress government He has won by a margin of 15462 votes at Ambala Cantt constituency Straightforward and outspoken Vij was the first to suggest breaking off ties with Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) chief Kuldeep Bishnoi following the latter’s defeat in Hisar Then there is the Jat question in the state dominated by the community In a departure from tradition the BJP fielded 27 Jat candidates in these elections and welcomed veteran Congress leader Birender Singh to its fold moves that suggested that the party was finally warming up to the dominant community in the state It led to strong belief that the party may even pick a Jat CM While Birender was expected to be the frontrunner in such a scenario two other such aspirants for the CM post have emerged from within the organisation Among them is Captain Abhimanyu the party’s national spokesperson? known for his close proximity to Modi. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 15, the director of the International Centre Goa who goes by one name, There should be adequate fire fighting equipment on every floor. The notice also warns the civic body that in failing to upgrade the security, Rothman as a decisive factor in gaining approval: “The Director of FDA’s Office of Legislation described the pressure from the [Capitol] Hill as the most extreme he had seen and the agency’s acquiescence to the Company’s demands for access to the Commissioner and other officials in the Commissioner’s office as unprecedented in his experience.

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