Australia would resettle refugees from El Salvador, download Indian Express App More Top Newss kidnapping during questioning of a couple who was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly robbing and killing a 53-year-old woman at Moti Khilori village in Gondal taluka of Rajkot district on February 23. Further investigation revealed the kidnapping story, said Rajkot Superintendent of Police Premvir Singh After the couple was caughtMahesh reportedly requested police not to arrest himsaying if they were jailedthere would be nobody to take care of the girl He told police that his parents live at Sarbhan village in Bharuch talukabut they would not take her custody as she was not their child The girls father has been identified as Kodabhai Ravala farm labourer from Ankleshwar The Vasava couple had kidnapped her when they were working there Raval had registered a complaint of missing at that time? the province’s second-largest pro-British party,” Brokenshire said.a photography exhibition from The Victoria and Albert Museum (V ?the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) in Delhi and Hyderabad over the next few months.the exhibition brings in individual pespective and timeframes, says city-based Sarabjit Pandheras he takes us through his worksrevealing the life of the people therewithout showing their faces One picture speaks about the hardship that people in that region face through a snapshot of a pair of wornout army shoes kept in the sun to dry The shoes are placed next to a window that is covered with a black polythene bag so that the cold winds cant enter the house Also demanding attention is a photograph that captures the bright days of Leh as a pretty flower peeps out of a house If Pandher focuses on peopleprofessional photographer Sanjeev Sharma captures the greens and blues of the valley His works zoom in on the Dal LakeSrinagar and Gulmarg Then there is Gurpreet Singhan engineerwho has captured the after-effects of cloudburst in a photograph of ruins that has one rustic green door in the centre The works of Jatin Gandhi focus on the play of sun on the snow-laden mountains that dwarf the city in prospective Capturing scarcity of water in the region is Pawan Singhs photograph that has colourful kerosene cans queued in front of a water tap The one section of the gallery that is deprived of bright colours is where the works of Panchkula-based Sanjay Kaushal are displayed His camera has strayed away from the sky and rested on the mountains the sanddry trees and the rocks The idea is to bring in all aspects of the region The brightness and dullness of the journey and the people who live there?

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He said the purpose of this MoU was to encourage the long term and short term exchanges of faculty for purposes of research and to promote friendship between the two Universities for their mutual benefits. Stating that Lokayukta is the proper institution which can probe into the issues of corruption in the state, 2012 4:50 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Thursday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) that sought to quash the state government-appointed Justice (retired) M B Shah Commission.counsel for the CBI, After the hearing,” said Stephen Reilly.