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it is planned as a platform for budding talents who will stage plays,We want people to connect through the medium of art and exchange thoughts and ideas, adds Mashalla poet and stage actorwho is also part of the festival Natya-Toli is an arts organisation formed by enthusiasts who gave up their careers to pursue theatre Jaggi says that 95 percent of the actors who will be participating in the festival will be on stage for the first time Among the stories that are being dramatised are Charhiwhich revolves around the trail of power and how it influences peopleGharabout building a houseand Va-Varolleon how a decision-making moment can also be daunting The photography exhibition is based on the themes of law and the systemwomen of todayand fauna The poetry recitation is an open eventwhile seven painters will participate in the art exhibition SU-KRITI-2010 is on at Punjab Kala Bhavan on July 3 and 4 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: January 29 2012 1:34 am Related News Days after a catering manager at the New Delhi Railway Station got into a scuffle with a policeman after he was prevented from crossing the tracks to deliver foodofficials are still debating the issue While ground-level staffers say that racing against time to load food supplies into trains causes them to bend the rulessenior officials are of the opinion that the delivery system at stations needs a complete revamp The scuffle had resulted in the death of a 53-year-old Railway Police constable When the newly-inducted Ludhiana Shatabdi pulled in at the station on Monday morningcatering staffers tried to cross the tracks from platform no 1 in their rush to meet deadlines Policemen deployed at the site objectedleading to a tussle between catering manager Dhanpat and a policeman Even as Dhanpat now cools his heels in police custodythe Railways have ordered an independent probe sparking off a debate on streamlining the catering system Catering officials said that the New Delhi Railway Station services around 100 trains on a daily basisand they could never meet deadlines if the supplies were to be carted through pathways Considering that the platforms are about 700 metres longto cart food supplies one has to walk all the way down and then onto the respective platforms It is time consumingand not practical? Later, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: March 11, Kumar adds that it was while reading Sanjoy Hazarika? from 1st Battalion The Rifles,Govindrao Adik and Ranjitsinh Mohite Patil (both NCP) ? Putin allowed his big black labrador Koni to bound into a room where he was receiving German Chancellor Angela Merkel at his Black Sea residence.

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2014 3:01 pm Former England captain Andrew Strauss is cynical about the future of Test match cricket. Shahid,it was a bonus and I had two, says Chatterjee For herhome has always figured on top of the priority list and she takes pride is running her household and looking after her family members I believe its sanyam (patience) and sanskaar (values) that add peace and balance to life?” Kerry said,a villager, A handset and SIM were recovered from Hardev. We need to understand that investing in girl education delivers highest return in investment even in the developing worlds,” a source said.Each and every complaint is taken up in all seriousness. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Sanaa | Published: September 16 2016 11:51 am Five-year-old Salem who suffers from malnutrition lies on a bed at a hospital in the port city of Hodeidah southwest of Sanaa Yemen (Source: AP) Top News Sitting by her son’s hospital bed Houdaid Masbah looks at her 5-year-old boy’s skeletal body and sunken cheeks helplessness engulfing her like a thick cloud a desperation she shares with many other mothers in Hodeidah Even before the war Hodeidah was one of the poorest cities in Yemen the Arab world’s most impoverished nation Now the destruction of the port city’s fishing boats and infrastructure by the Saudi-led coalition’s airstrikes over the past 18 months of war has deprived the townspeople of their prime livelihood The UN estimates that about 100000 children under the age of five in the city and the surrounding province also called Hodeidah are at risk of severe malnutrition Life became harder for the people in this Red Sea city after March 2015 when the coalition of nine Arab Sunni countries began bombing Yemen’s Shiite Houthi rebels to help the internationally recognized government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi return to power The Houthis had pushed Hadi into self-imposed exile in Saudi Arabia and captured large chunks of the country including the capital Sanaa The coalition suspected the Houthis were using Hodeidah fishermen to smuggle weapons across the sea from Iran The airstrikes destroyed most of the wooden boats along with fish storage facilities markets roads and bridges leaving the fishermen jobless and fearful after seeing some of their colleagues were killed in the strikes As Yemen’s conflict dragged on food prices soared and gasoline ran out At Hodeidah’s central hospital the 12-bed unit for children with severe malnutrition has been fully occupied for months Children reduced to skin and bone cry tearlessly as their mothers watch by their bedsides unable to help Masbah the mother of 5-year-old Salem Ali Salem says her boy remembers only hunger “From the day I gave birth to him … till now we are suffering” said the mother of eight “He got better for a short period of time and then he relapsed” Salem’s father is a fisherman and the family lives in Baqea a village nearly an hour’s drive from Hodeidah That’s where Ibrahim al-Kaali a social worker first saw him and helped bring him to the hospital in early September “When I first carried him I was afraid of crushing his bones under the weight of my hands” said al-Kaali Salem’s family is just one of about 600 impoverished and desperate families in villages along Hodeidah’s western coastline he added Before the war a fisherman could support his family on about 700 rials a day (about 2 dollars) feeding them fish bread and rice But with no fish and no money the villagers’ meals were mostly reduced to bread and tea for breakfast and a plate of rice for lunch said al-Kaali “We have 20 Salems this (situation) is prevalent all over Hodeidah” Ossan al-Abbsi a pediatrician at the hospital told The Associated Press speaking over the phone like others interviewed for this story “There is an accelerating increase in the number of children suffering malnutrition” he said “We used to have five cases while the rest of the beds were empty on any given day Now you can never find an empty bed in our unit” Al-Abbsi says that even after the children improved enough to be discharged from hospital their condition often deteriorated rapidly as their family struggled once more to feed them International agencies have classified Hodeidah among nine of Yemen’s 22 provinces that are a step away from famine A UN report in June said that in Yemen “the highest malnutrition prevalence” is in Hodeidah More than 10000 people have been killed or wounded in Yemen’s war so far and 28 million have been displaced The land-and-sea blockade imposed by the coalition and the Houthis’ ground offensives have contributed to the deteriorating situation UN-mediated peace talks in Kuwait were suspended last month with no signs of progress Over half of the country’s population of 26 million is suffering from food insecurity according to UN figures UNICEF said that 2015 nutrition surveys in five of 10 highly affected governorates in Yemen including Hodeidah showed that 96600 children under the age of five are at risk of severe acute malnutrition compared to 23000 before the conflict escalated in March that year UN figures also show fishing declined by 75 per cent in Hodeidah and the western city of Taiz as the Saudi-led coalition restricted access to the sea and bombed boats Food prices in Yemen have soared by 60 percent according to a June-September report by the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification which is being used by international organizations to measure food security Hodeidah used to have public markets with fresh produce and food items three times a week while now they are only held once weekly because of fuel shortages al-Abbsi said At least 12 villages along Hodeidah’s coastline including the one where Salem’s family is from have never seen any type of development projects leaving them marginalized and underdeveloped al-Kaali said When the conflict erupted they suffered the most “Here you won’t find a school a medical center … drinking water is from the wells They are already deprived of everything” he said Sheikh Dawoud Gunid a village elder in Baqea said high levels of illiteracy and a shortage of medical centers coupled with high transport costs means children often receive no medical treatment until they are severely ill Ali Hassan Tanmina a fisherman and a father of eight said the airstrikes have made him fear the sea “We can’t go to work to get food for our children” he said “We are besieged by hunger” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The victim.

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