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If the central pool takes 55 million tonnes of rice and 38 million tonnes of wheat, who had gone to join the companies. the commercial parlance test would predominate, and we have decided to attach the two trailers with our film. 2013 1:03 am Related News Prime Minister Manmohan Singh?s case. had made some strong criticisms of South Africa’s batting and selections in his capacity as a television commentator during the first Test. we do not appreciate interference in the Muslim Personal Law as right to religious freedom is a Fundamental Right guaranteed under the Constitution..Article 25 is a fundamental right and it cannot be set aside on the ground of judicial morality" In fact Muslim women’s arguments such as this reflect the line of thinking promulgated by the male-chauvinist clergy of the AIMPLB The fundamental argument propounded by the AIMPLB is that “international convention and practices of other countries are of no avail as the practice of triple talaq is protected by Article 25” Interestingly now the women wing of AIMPLB is also buttressing the point that instant triple talaq does not always go against women "Many a time it is an exit mechanism to relieve women from unsuccessful and troublesome marriages" says Dr Asma Zehra chief organiser of the women’s wing of AIMPLB Ironically Muslims lament that the clergy has created vile customs like triple talaq nikah halala and nikah mut’ah (temporary marriage) in the Sunni and Shia communities But at the same time most of them are not willing to challenge the maulvis’ monopoly over these crucial matters of daily social life Most Muslims in India — both Sunnis and Shias — continue to look up to the maulvis as guardians and custodians of their religion Since the gullible Muslim masses adhere to the clerics’ views on religious and social matters the ulema and muftis (experts on Islamic jurisprudence) would do well to rigorously research rethink and critically review the entire issue They must take cues from the well-reformed Muslim divorce laws of Islamic nations This will help them prepare and re-interpret a well-thought-out Muslim divorce law which could be in synergy with both the Quran and the Constitution Keeping this broader objective in view AIMPLB should plan genuine research to delve deeper into the subject matter rather than organise large conferences and campaigns with hollow titles such as Tahafuzz-e-Shariat (protection of the Shariah) In this context very few ulema have taken time to introspect on the judgment All India Ulama and Mashaikh Board (AIUMB) an apex body of Sufi-Sunni Muslims has resolved to take an initiative Talking to Firstpost Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchchvi founder-president AIUMB has said "While we hold the Supreme Court’s judgment in high esteem we cannot succumb to any self-imposed body of Indian Muslims" Kichchawchchvi maintained that AIUMB stands by Indian Muslims’ personal laws not the AIMPLB However he added “We would not support any infringement on the basic provisions of the religious freedom accorded to Muslims in the Indian Constitution For a well-intentioned and spirited reformation in the Indian Muslim society the government will first have to win the community’s trust with due regard to its faith and religious practices" Written by Agencies | London | Published: October 29 2012 3:09 pm Related News Scientists have developed a new ten times cheaper ultra-sensitive sensor test to detect the early stages of several cancers and virusesincluding HIVwith the naked eye Researchers from the Imperial College London claim that their visual sensor technology is ten times more sensitive than the current gold standard methods for measuring biomarkers These indicate the onset of diseases such as prostate cancer and infection by viruses including HIV The colour of a liquid changes to give either a positive or negative result Researchers say their sensor would benefit countries where sophisticated detection equipment is scarceenabling cheaper and simpler detection and treatments for patients The team tested the effectiveness of the sensor by detecting a biomarker called p24 in blood sampleswhich indicates HIV infection “Unfortunatelythe existing gold standard detection methods can be too expensive to be implemented in parts of the world where resources are scarce” Professor Molly Stevensfrom the Departments of Materials and Bioengineeringsaid “Our approach affords for improved sensitivitydoes not require sophisticated instrumentation and it is ten times cheaperwhich could allow more tests to be performed for better screening of many diseases” said Stevens Researchers also tested samples for the biomarker called Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)which is an early indicator for Prostate Cancer The team say the sensor can also be reconfigured for other viruses and diseases where the specific biomarker is known The sensor works by analysing serumderived from bloodin a disposable container If the result is positive for p24 or PSAthere is a reaction that generates irregular clumps of nanoparticleswhich give off a distinctive blue hue in a solution inside the container If the results are negative the nanoparticles separate into ball-like shapescreating a reddish hue Both reactions can be easily seen by the naked eye The team also said that the sensor was so sensitive that it was able to detect minute levels of p24 in samples where patients had low viral loadswhich could not be diagnosed using existing tests such as the Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) test and the gold standard nucleic acid based test “We have developed a test that we hope will enable previously undetectable HIV infections and indicators of cancer to be picked upwhich would mean people could be treated sooner” researcher Roberto de la Ricasaid in a statement For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: BJP Rajya Sabha MP Roopa Ganguly party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and two other leaders were Thursday summoned by the CID for questioning in connection with the Jalpaiguri child trafficking case Reacting on the summons to the leaders West Bengal BJP alleged that it was a conspiracy of ruling Trinamool Congress to tarnish the party’s image File image of Roopa Ganguly (L) PTI "A notice has been sent to Kailash Vijayvargiya and Roopa Ganguly and two others in connection with the case" a senior Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officer told PTI "Vijayavargiya has been summoned to appear before our officers on July 24 while we will visit Ganguly’s residence for questioning on July 29" he said The CID a senior officer said would question Ganguly over her alleged meeting with arrested former BJP women’s wing general secretary Juhi Chowdhury an accused in the case The nursing home is alleged to have served as a cover for an international child trafficking racket The agency also summoned BJP leader Samik Bhattacharya to appear before it tomorrow in connection with their probe into the alleged Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana scam that surfaced in the Basirhat area in North 24-Parganas district West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh alleged that the summon to Vijayavargiya and Ganguly was a conspiracy hatched by the Trinamool Congress to tarnish the image of the BJP "Though the prime accused has already admitted that she never met Ganguly and Vijayavargiya the CID still issued the summon to them This is absolutely unnecessary It is because the TMC has failed to stop the BJP in the state they are using the CID This is nothing but harassment of our leaders" Ghosh told PTI "There is nothing in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana scam The CID has no evidence against Bhattacharya and by issuing the summon they are trying to harass him also" he said The CID had arrested several persons including the head of a child protection agency in Darjeeling and a member of a child welfare committee on charges of selling babies and children through questionable adoption deals These arrests were part of a widening probe into the adoption racket at the Bimala Shishu Griho a children’s home in Jalpaiguri town Sacked state BJP women’s wing leader Juhi Chowdhury and the chief adoption officer of the children’s home Sonali Mondal the home’s chairperson Chandana Chakraborty and her brother Manas Bhowmik were arrested earlier They have been charged with selling about 17 children aged between one and 14 years to foreigners by entering into shady adoption deals The CID had unearthed the child trafficking racket during raids at homes and nursing homes in Baduria area of North 24 Parganas district in Behala in the southern fringes of Kolkata and some other parts of south Bengal in November last year Jio Filmfare Short Film Awards 2018: Juice Invisible Wings bag top honours FP Staff Jan09 2018 15:26 06 IST Comment 0 Tweet The 2018 Jio Filmfare Short Film Award list was announced on 8 January at a Facebook Live event byFilmfaremagazine editor Jitesh Pillaai and Shakun Batra The five winners that were announced were: Best Short Film (Fiction) – Juice (Directed byNeeraj Ghaywan) Best Short Film (Non-Fiction) – Invisible Wings (Directed by Hari M Mohanan) Best Actor (Male) – Jackie Shroff for Khujli Best Actor (Female) – Shefali Shah for Juice Best Film (Popular) -Anahut (Directed by Umesh Bagade) The jury that picked the winners for the second edition of the Jio Filmfare Short Film Awards comprised of Karan Johar? The Ascension & The Vaudevillains Sami Zayn & Neville def. As Paul Brass?

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