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(@SalluLicious) July 16 2017 It seems while her films are failing to perform at the box office Katrina is getting her boost from Salman who is apparently the most famous person on her mobile contacts Well its nothing less than a celebration for Salman fans to see the couple share the screen space yet again in Tiger Zinda Hai This film brings them back together after five years Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar the film will release later this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsDarjeeling West Bengal: Schools and colleges in Darjeeling which is known as much for its fine educational institutes as for its scenic beauty are staring at a delayed academic calendar and a high dropout rate as the town remains mired in violenceSt Joseph’s North Point School in Darjeeling Image courtesy Syeda Ambia Zahan The West Bengal government’s decision to make learning Bengali compulsory till class 10 sparked protests from the Gorkhas who accused the state of imposing the language on them The dissent escalated into high-intensity protests for a separate state of Gorkhaland Amid mounting tension and violence educational institutes have remained closed since8 June On 15 June Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) called for an indefinite bandh which is now into its fourth week According to the schools’ original schedule they were set to reopen in the first and second weeks of July after summer vacations However given the volatile and violent situation all have indefinitely postponed the reopening date The website of Goethals Memorial School says they will decide how to make up for the lost time depending on how long the shutdown continues The notice urges the parents to ensure children study on their using free learning apps Southfield College had set 15 June as the last date for admission but has now extended it to August Its principal Anuradha Pradhan told Firstpost they might have to delay it further if the situation in Darjeeling doesn’t improve She said she didn’t believe students would wait this long for admission Also she said she didn’t think that students from Nepal Bhutan and Phillippines who had visited the campus before trouble started brewing would be interested in taking admission here anymore In fact she said schools and colleges are wary that a huge number of boarders will take admission elsewhere She said that after Gorkhaland protests in 2009 and 2013 Darjeeling schools had seen a threefold increase in the number of students dropping out Pradhan explained that parents are sceptical about sending their children back here as they can’t compromise on their ward’s safety She said they might opt for other institutes in safer places Then there is the ban on internet imposed by the district administration which is not letting youngsters in Darjeelingapply to collegesonline as deadlines are drawing near "The Gorkha movement has spoiled the educational reputation of Darjeeling We have some of the best schools in South-East Asia But as the foreign students have gone to their respective countries following the movement we do not know whether they will come back or not" teacher of a residential school who wished to remain anonymous told Firstpost Currently more than 1500 students from Hong Kong Indonesia Thailand Philippines Bangladesh Nepal Bhutan and other countries study in Darjeeling On 23 June the GJM had given a 12-hour window to schools and colleges to evacuate students following which these students went back to their country Schools of repute According to a rough estimate there are about 10000 students in Darjeeling’s 52 primary schools 67 high schools and five colleges Owing to its cool weather Darjeeling was favoured by the British Thus the hilly town saw the emergence of public schools on the line of England’s famous schools like Eton Harrow and Rugby St Paul’s School in Darjeeling’s Jalapahar is 194 years old The distinguished alumni of Darjeeling schools include two-time Bhutan prime minister Yeshey Zimba former king of Bhutan Birendra Shah and world billiards champion Michael Ferreira But now Darjeeling institutes are asking themselves if it would be wise to welcome foreign students given how agitations like the current one can leave them high and dry The GJM-enforced indefinite shutdown in 2013 had left 1000-odd foreign studentsstuckin their hostel as they were unable to make travel arrangements on a quick notice unlike Indian students Darjeeling Government College general secretary Ropgoi Rai said schools and colleges in Darjeeling are getting discouraged year by year from accepting students who a need hostel He asked how the authorities will meet the food requirement of the boarding students in case of a total shutdown During the shutdown of 2013 school managements had expressed that once they ran out of food stock they would needpolice protectionto get ration from Siliguri Rai said separatist leaders should take these things into account All is fair Prakash Gurung president of the youth wing of the GJM had this to say: "Everything is fair in love and war We agree that students are suffering but this is for a greater cause In an independent state the education system in Darjeeling will flourish like anything" A renowned educationist from Darjeeling who does not wish to be named said the Gorkhaland movement is an issue of identity He said more than a thousand people have lost their lives for this cause and there is no looking back now He said Gorkha students cannot be kept away from the movement since they are the future He said the students should take this movement forward This line of thought resonates across Darjeeling’s tea community "We are out of wage and our children are not going to schools but we are for the movement We will not send our children to school until and unless our demands are heard by the Prime Minister Bimal Gurung [founder-president of GJM] is going through so much suffering while fighting for the rights of the Gorkhas Our children will pay this small price for their own land" said Sahana Rai who works in Happy Valley Tea Estate eight kilometres away from Darjeeling Indeed the GJM’s rallies outside the town haveseen participationof more than a hundred children Mostly these children are from the tea garden areas Sabita Rai a worker at Happy Valley Tea Estate explained the decision "Yes our children are also participating in the protest rallies We have taken them out from home so that they know what is movement is about what is their right and what should they fight for" The author is a Guwahati based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters New Delhi: Delhi BJP on Monday attacked the AAP government and its health minister for "complete failure" in checking the spread of dengue and providing proper medical facilities to the increasing number of patients of the vector-borne disease in the city Representational image PTI "Dengue has been spreading in the city and there is danger of it taking epidemic form but the Delhi government has completely failed in taking preventive steps to control the disease and provide adequate medical facilities to the patients" said Satish Upadhyay president of Delhi BJP Citing reports about lack of beds for dengue patients at Delhi hospitals Upadhyay said buildings of two big hospitals were ready but the government had taken "no interest" in starting them "In Janakpuri and Tahirpur two hospitals of 1000-bed capacity were ready but in its 7 months in power Delhi government took no interest in starting them" he said "Not only this over 150 ambulances were rusting without any use while the scheme of Mohalla Clinic launched by AAP government was limited to just one clinic opened so far All these pointed to the government’s and Health Minister’s inability to take seriously the health issues including dengue" he added BJP MLA and Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta too attacked the government and Health Minister Satyendar Jain for "failing" to control dengue "The AAP government announced 15 times more budget for health but the health services in Delhi have worsened further The government and administration seem to have no control over hospitals regarding dengue While private hospitals have not been properly directed by the government for effective control of dengue its own arrangements have completely failed to meet the challenge" Gupta said Addressing a joint press conference at the party office here both Upadhyay and Gupta also attacked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for maintaining "silence" over an FIR lodged against former Law Minister Somnath Bharti by the police on the complaint of his wife "The silence of Chief Minister over the issue and his failure to provide justice to Somnath Bharti’s wife exposes his insensitivity towards women" Upadhaya said Further he informed that BJP has directed all the three mayors of MCDs belonging to the party to launch a special sanitation campaign for controlling dengue spread A special blood donation camp will also be organised on 24 September in view of paucity of blood platelets needed to treat dengue patients he added PTI
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