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says coordinator Vijay Yadav.“I spoke to his father but he said jaise gaya vaise hi vapas aayega” Top News In a playground across the road from a shelter home in Ayodhya Nagar Bhopal a group of boys is playing a boisterous game of cricket Unmindful of the approaching darkness batsmen scramble between wickets and fielders yell as they aim for the stumps Inside in the main hall of the shelter home it’s all quiet except for the flicker of the television set Ramzan Khan 15 sits in an alcove in the dark room lights turned off his eyes glued to the TV On most days Ramzan would have been playing with the boys outside But not this day not since he last spoke to his mother in Karachi on the phone a couple of days ago When Geeta the Indian woman stranded in Pakistan for 14 years came home to a rousing reception in the last week of October Ramzan who has been living in the Umeed shelter home in Bhopal for the last two years hoped he too would be able to go home to Pakistan The shelter home and NGOs in both countries had tracked his mother down to Karachi and got Ramzan to speak to her on phone and through video chats But just when Ramzan thought he would finally get to go home last week his mother Razia refused to visit him in Bhopal saying she felt the “atmosphere in India was not friendly to Muslims” and that she was not sure about her safety “He has been upset ever since” says Ravi Kanojia a teacher at the shelter home “Even after she refused to come down Ramzan called her again two days ago He told her ‘I am a Muslim and have been living here safely’ But she kept saying she couldn’t come” At 930 on a Wednesday morning Ramzan sits with a ‘General English’ book “reading grammar” but doesn’t look particularly interested “I want to go back to my mother” he says stoically He doesn’t look up from his book and doesn’t want to speak further Ramzan’s story put together from sustained questioning by the police and authorities at the shelter home is this: After Ramzan’s parents separated in 2009 his father Mohammed Kazol Khan a tailor took him to Bangladesh where his grandparents lived Once there Khan took to driving trucks and married again Ramzan’s stepmother allegedly accused him of theft and beat him up frequently and to escape the harassment he left home Ramzan claims that after he strayed across the border into India he went to Ranchi Mumbai and Delhi before ending up at the Bhopal railway station two years ago Later the government railway police shifted him to the shelter home Vijay Yadav a coordinator at the shelter home says that while his mother wants to take him back his father has refused to visit him “I spoke to his father but he said ‘Jaise gaya vaise hi vaapas aayega (he will come the way he went)’ and hung up He spoke in Bangla and said he had misplaced Ramzan’s passport” After he landed at the shelter home Ramzan was admitted to a private school But a year later he dropped out – “he just refused to go” says Yadav He is among four inmates who don’t go to school The other children 15 of them leave for school by noon and get back around 5 pm Once back the children noisily pile their bags in the hall and head straight out to play So Ramzan spends all afternoon waiting for his friends to get back from school He usually wakes up by 630 am Breakfast is at 830 am after which the children play a few outdoor games At 10 am as the other children sit down for their homework Ramzan lazily leafs through a General Knowledge book His book is opened to a page on Indian cricketers “I like Dhoni not Virat Kohli” he says when pressed to speak When he does so it’s in a low voice without looking up He doesn’t want to speak – not about his home in Karachi not about the two-storeyed building that has been his home for the last two years “These days Ramzan gets irritated when we ask him too many questions and goes into a shell” says Kanojia the teacher A little later around 1030 am as children get ready for an early lunch before going to school Ramzan and another teenager Anand serve them food “Roti… roti” he says holding a steel container with rotis and moving swiftly from one child to another The children leave at 1130 am after queuing up for prayers and the national anthem After everyone has left around 1215 pm Ramzan stands in the kitchen and eats his lunch of rice dal and chana That done he goes back to the main hall curls up in the alcove and watches an animation film on an English channel “I have no idea what it’s all about” he says brusquely “He wasn’t like this He used to watch Discovery and National Geographic but these days he looks very disinterested” says Yadav the coordinator Ramzan usually sleeps in the afternoon or watches television as he waits for the inmates to return from school Yadav says the boy loves football and adores Lionel Messi but he ends up playing cricket because that’s what the others play Soon the other children come back from school Dinner time is usually around 830 pm and children have to be in bed by 1030 pm For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Nagpur | Published: April 26 2017 8:16 pm The two were identified as trainer Ranjan Gupta around 45 years of age and trainee Himani Kalyan around 23 ( (Source: Express photo) Top News A TRAINING aircraft from National Flying Training Institute (NFTI) crashed in the Wainganga river near Deori village in Tiroda tehsil of Gondia district on Wednesday morning killing two persons on board The two were identified as trainer Ranjan Gupta around 45 years of age and trainee Himani Kalyan around 23 While Gupta belongs to Guwahati but had been staying at Gondia along with his wife Himani belonged to New Delhi Her parents arrived at Gondia later in the evening Preliminary reports have it that the plane dropped altitude and then suddenly crashed into a cable-car ropeway connecting Deori to Dhimartola in Madhya Pradesh which starts across Vainganga river “The mishap occurred around 945 am” said S Raja Reddy Director of Airport Authority of India (AAI) at Gondia’s Birsi airport where NFTI is located “The twin-engine plane DA42 had taken off around 925 am from Birsi and crashed in Wainganga river barely 35 km away from Gondia” he added NFTI is a private limited company and runs the training institute in a joint venture with the AAI Asked about probable reasons for crash Reddy said “we are not sure about it yet There was no report to the ATC from the crew” He added: “The twin-engine plane apparently dropped altitude and then crashed into a cable-car ropeway that connect the two sides of the Wainaganga river” Reddy said “Gupta was a very skilled pilot and has even flown military aircraft like MiG when he was working with Indian Air Force” Asked why he couldn’t send distress call to the ATC Reddy said “that’s a matter of investigation A team of Director General of Civil Aviation experts will come from Delhi tomorrow to investigate” The plane is a four-seater owned by NFTI to train its students for the 18-month course For how long the two victims have been associated with NFTI couldn’t also be immediately known According to Reddy “NFTI is currently number one flying institute in the country and has over 150 students and more than 10 instructors” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2015 12:51 pm On the occasion of rath yatra eid al-fitr PM Narendra Modi wished Indians Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi today wished the nation on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr and Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra “Greetings on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr Marking the culmination of the holy month of Ramzan the festival epitomises values of brotherhood and harmony insociety” he tweeted “May this festival strengthen the bonds of unity and peace in our nation and may everyone be blessed with prosperity and good health” he said The Prime Minister who was in Jammu yesterday had greeted the nation on the conclusion of the holy month of Ramzan He also extended his wishes on the occasion of 138th Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath while fondly remembering his Gujarat days and shared images of him performing rituals in the 400-year-old temple here when he was the Chief Minister “Friends on this blessed day of Rath Yatra my warm greetings to all of you This tradition is celebrated across India with great enthusiasm & is now known all over theworld” Modi said “We pay our obeisance to Lord Jagannath who embarks on his chariot and blesses people With the blessings of Lord Jagannath may the spirit of Sadbhavna unity & joy befurthered in society With Lord Jagannath’s grace may the poor & farmers attain prosperity” he said Modi also recalled that as Chief Minister he performed ‘Pahind Vidhi’ – a ritual to clean the way of Lord Jagannath’s chariot- for a record time of 12 years “Rath Yatra brings back many memories from Gujarat Here are photos from the Rath Yatra of 2013 in Ahmedabad” Modi said and posted four images of him performing Pahind Vidhi and prayer at Lord Jagannath temple Rath Yatra or chariot festival is celebrated by Hindus on the second day of Sukla Paksha (waxing cycle of moon) in the month of Ashadh and the same day Kutchi community of the state celebrate their new year which was also remembered by the former Gujarat Chief Minister “On Ashadhi Bij the Kutchi New Year my greetings to the Kutchi community May the coming year be one filled with prosperity & well-being” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: November 10 2017 4:44 am The state government will pay Rs 4000 for every birth through a C-Section delivery while Rs 1500 will be given for every normal delivery Top News Usually it takes at least three months to perform 150 deliveries at rural hospitals in Junnar and Saswad But this target was achieved within a fortnight thanks to a new initiative by the state government under which the deputy director of health Pune circle has provided cash incentives to specialists including gynaecologists radiologists and anaesthetists for examination of pregnant women performing C-sections and complicated deliveries The incentive is part of the government’s effort to lower the maternal and infant mortality rate by encouraging institutional deliveries in rural areas Under the guidance of Dr Sanjeev Kumar commissioner Directorate of Health Services Maharashtra funds sourced from the National Health Mission are being used to provide these cash incentives to specialists from the private sector to perform deliveries at government health centres The state government will pay Rs 4000 for every birth through a C-Section delivery while Rs 1500 will be given for every normal delivery For the check-up of a pregnant women a doctor will be given Rs 40 by the state government The incentives have been announced to improve health indicators including maternal mortality rate (MMR) and infant mortality rate (IMR) said Dr Sanjay Deshmukh deputy director of health Pune Circle which comprises Pune Satara and Solapur districts Recently state health department officials had admitted that there was an acute shortage of gynaecologists paediatricians and other specialists across government health centres There are 360 rural hospitals and 58 sub-district hospitals which have 50 beds each and another 26 sub-district hospitals that have 100 beds each There are four 200-bed general hospitals 23 district hospitals and 12 women’s hospitals Annually as many as 261 lakh deliveries are registered in Pune circle and 178 lakh deliveries are performed in Pune in areas under the Pune Municipal Corporation Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation and Pune rural areas Deshmukh admitted that in Pune rural areas of 72000 deliveries only 30000 are performed at government-run centres “We want to encourage more deliveries at our centres and hence the pilot project has been initiated at Saswad and Junnar” said Deshmukh “The initiative was launched on October 24 and within a fortnight as many as 150 deliveries had been performed 63 of them C-Sections” he said A panel of two gynaecologists two radiologists and two anaesthetists has also been set up for the rural hospitals at Junnar and Saswad Plans are now underway to extend this project to Baramati Bhor Daund and Indapur For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News 2015 12:06 am According to Gambhir, which he was carrying,it was argued that replacing the two ministers at this stage would have a negative impact on a part of the Dalit and a particular trader community votebanks of the party. 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