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and Jaikishan Ashwani, 53 are residents of MP The four have been convicted for forgery conspiracy and under the Explosives Substances Act The judgement was given by the First Additional Sessions Judge (Sagar) The FIR was registered in Baheriya Police Station Sagar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 1 2016 9:57 pm Top News A delegation of Naga HoHo and Naga Mothers’ Association on Thursday met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and discussed with him present situation in Nagaland The delegation led by the HoHo president Chuba Ozukum and Naga Mothers’ chief Abeiu Meru briefed the Home Minister on the prevailing situation in the Northeastern state and desire of the civil society The delegation sought the Home Minister’s intervention for early conclusion of the ongoing peace talks with NSCN-IM for bringing a lasting solution to Nagaland sources said Singh assured the delegation to sympathetically look into their requests sources said The Naga civil society delegation also discussed with the Home Minister about the ‘Framework Agreement’ signed on August 3 2015 which settles the political parameters of the final solution The pact was signed by NSCN-IM general secretary T Muivah and Centre’s interlocutor for Naga talks R N Ravi in the presence of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi the Home and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval here The signing of the agreement came after over 80 rounds of negotiations that spanned 18 years with first breakthrough in 1997 when the ceasefire agreement was sealed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Gerry O’Hanlon SJ is a theologian working in the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice For many years he has called for a more collegial Church de-centralised from Rome and that gives a voice and real decision-making power to the laity (especially women) and those on the margins Not surprisingly then he finds much to be hopeful about when looking back over the Pope’s first year in officeHe outlines several interesting developments to watch out for in the year to come Looking back looking forward Gerry O’Hanlon SJ When he first appeared on the balcony of St Peter’s last March he looked somewhat hesitant almost diffident By the time he had finished speaking however it was clear that something new and exciting was happening His familiar style of address his request for prayers his stress on being Bishop of Rome and his gentle smile all combined to suggest something of great interest was brewing And so it has proved to be We have a pope who makes the church seem attractive from whose core emanates the good news of mercy and love the Gospel of Joy with an instinctive and intelligent reaching out to and from the poor and marginalised You get a sense that this is not someone who is either afraid of the world or condemnatory only but who rejoices in the beauty and wonder of life while not blind to its cruelty and injustice He does condemn that injustice while calling those responsible for it to conversion He has the gift of speaking in graphic images which touch hearts as well as minds inside the church and way beyond its confines What is extraordinary in all this is that he has managed seemingly effortlessly to combine the notion of a missionary church with good news for our world with that of internal church reform – and show that the two are intrinsically linked And so for example in his remarks about the culture of consumerism and its deadening effects (‘the globalization of indifference’) his analysis moves on to critique the structures of the dominant neo-liberal economic model (with its deficient ‘trickle down’ economic theory) and calls for reform- while at the same time instituting reform within the Vatican’s own financial structures well aware that to call for the former without the latter would be to greatly weaken the force of his argument And all the time one gets a sense of someone who is in touch with the miseries of the poor (and yet well aware of how much they have to teach the rest of us) of the need for attitudinal and cultural conversion but also for new structures of economic social and political accountability And of course this carries over to his analysis of ecclesial life He is clear that it has to be more collegial less monarchical at all levels including that of the papacy itself He leads by example – where he lives the car he uses the dress he wears the people he greets- so that amazingly in his humility he has the courage and strong sense of self to take on a centuries old Vatican culture which takes for granted a very different way of doing things But he is also clear that attitudinal change on its own is insufficient – and so he set up the collegial group of 8 Cardinals (the so-called C8) to help govern the church and in particular to reform the Roman Curia he has invited world-wide consultation on the family (the focus of many disputed areas of teaching in the Church) as part of his aim to make the Synod of Bishops a more dynamic body he has established a group to examine the issue of clerical child sexual abuse and as noted already a new Vatican Council for the Economy with 7 lay expert members among the group of 15 and he has made some important new appointments I suggest there are several interesting developments to watch out for over the next while The first drawn to our attention very cogently by Mary McAleese in a recent Tablet article (March 8 2014) is whether his notion of a collegial church will include shared decision-making or just consultation From his Jesuit background Francis would be familiar with the notion of widespread consultation (although s he has confessed he did not himself practise this well enough when Provincial) but also with the juridical right of one person alone to make the decision A synodical way of proceeding (which he has affirmed) involves not just consultation but also decision making (as in practice is very often the case in Jesuit life and perhaps much more so in other religious congregations) Can he find the correct structures and institutions to make this a reality a reality which will survive his own demise Secondly since at the very least he is advocating that consultation be real and not just token and ceremonial and since he views the lay faithful and in particular the poor as a locus theologicus a source of theology and teaching then how will he handle situations where the ‘sense of the faithful’ is clearly at odds with current Catholic teaching Already one gets a sense that there may be some movement possible on the issue of access to the Eucharist for people who are divorced and remarried and that very sensibly not by way of Papal authority but collegially by way of the Synod of Bishops with and under the Bishop of Rome (cum et sub Petro) But what of an issue like the ordination of women which he has already said is not up for discussion I simply note here his own words to his fellow bishops that they should listen to everyone ‘…and not simply to those who would tell him what he would like to hear’ (Evangelii Gaudium 31) Will he have the confidence to trust in the process of discernment – not a populist listening to the loudest voices of course- which may lead the Church into uncomfortable places Thirdly it will be interesting to see if he can follow through on his desire that women should have a more prominent visible role in Church life not least in decision making Again the distinction he makes between ‘sacramental power’ and other forms of power will surely be tested here I note Cardinal Kasper’s regret that women are not involved in the preparation for the upcoming Synod I note too that no female economist figures on the list of lay experts chosen for the new Council for the Economy Finally while it is undoubtedly true that the Church can too easily be scapegoated around the issue of sexual abuse and that much progress has been made it nevertheless remains true that at central level the Church was slow to learn and must surely bear some responsibility for the terrible damage done Legally the Church tends to fall back on what theologian Gerard Mannion calls a ‘negative subsidiarity’ in this matter arguing that the Holy Sea has no responsibility for what goes on in local regional areas But of course for centuries this same Church has failed to exercise a ‘positive subsidiarity’ by allowing real power to local churches so that the central administration must bear some moral responsibility at least for failures at local level One thinks in Ireland of the very mixed messages coming from the Vatican at a time when the Irish Bishops were trying to get their Guidelines passed advising mandatory reporting to civil authorities And one wonders about the responsibility of the central administration even still to more pro-actively follow up on this issue in parts of the world where seemingly but improbably there is little cause for discussion or action Francis – and maybe even Brian O’Driscoll in his own ‘field of play’! sometimes confrontation.

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The entire family of software engineer Arun Kumar Sharma, which go to polls later this year, Faiella completed a Certificate IV Sommelier course,s wineries in the region.who does the presentations but his smart colleague walks away with all the credit.the researchers have based their findings on an analysis of data from 21 researches,noting that with his films like ‘Heerer Angti’ and ‘Unishe April’ he had created a new genre of films in Bengal. According to Apple’s report, The only development authority which comes under the purview of Delhi state is DSIIDC, he said In factthe ministerin his meeting with the Central Housing and Poverty Alleviation Minister Kumari Selja todaymade a strong pitch for bringing the slum development department under Delhi governments purview In his meetinghe also pointed to the delays in the housing project completion by the DDA as a reason for housing shortage in the city For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: June 15 2009 5:07 am Related News There has been no headway in the gory incident at Jaspal Bangar village where an NRI shot dead his wife and then killed himself with his licensed single barrel rifle in the wee hours of Saturday The post mortem on the bodies of the deceased NRISardool Singh (65) and his wife Paramjit Kaur (62) was conducted at the Civil Hospital and then their bodies were handed over to their relatives for cremation Talking to NewslineSuperintendent of Police (SP) Snehdeep Sharmasaid”At this moment it cannot be ascertained what drove the NRI to take this extereme step Though there is no breakthrough in this case so farwe are investigating the matter from all the angles” The SP said that the post mortem report had confirmed that the NRI couple died of gunshot injuries It was on Saturday early morning when NRI Sardool Singh had shot dead his wife and later had killed himself with his rifle in the nearby Jaspal Bangar village under the jurisdiction of Shimlapuri police station The NRI couple had come back from Canada to their village on May 13the polling day for the Lok Sabha elections While three children (two sons and a daughter) of the NRI couple are settled in Canadatheir fourth daughter Pritpal Kaur has been living at the NRI couple’s house in Jaspal Bangar Pritpal Kaur is married to an armyman and she along with her teenaged son Karampreet Singhis living at her parents house while they were in Canada It was Pritpal Kaur who had heard the noise of bullets in the early morning on Saturday When she along with her son Karanpreet Singh and another relative Rajinder Singh went to the room where the old couple was sleepingthey found the room bolted from inside When they broke open the door of the roomthey were shocked to see the gory deaths of the couple The heads of both the deceased persons were badly blown into pieces due to the velocity of the bullets For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: June 29 2009 4:18 am Related News Following the Punjab governments decision in this regardGuru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU)Ludhianahas also re-scheduled its working hours The university will remain open from 730 am to 130 pm from June 29? While characters in the book talk about confronting it.

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