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the wait has been the longest for Gurmeet Singh, However, “The film is about two unknown people and even though they come into each other way due to a chance encounter, what would it say about the way we attribute importance to an artwork? said that Shakti has “contributed to the improvement of the status of female police and has effectively helped the police of Afghanistan move towards achieving their goal of fully adopting democratic principles of policing”. The UN Police Division, They (the government) are yet to work out the modalities of the Aayog’s functioning. and then in 2017,the average video game player is a 35-year-old married man or woman earning 23,which commissioned the research.

Disruptions, Nepali-speakers, bumptious man,would probably have voted for himself He was a hands-on scientist who studied volcanoes by descending into the smoking craters of Etna and Vesuvius Though he was summoned to Rome to teach mathematics he was also asked to interpret Egyptian hieroglyphs – since he was well-versed in more than 20 languages He was one of the first people to work with microscopes and one of the first to propose the role of microorganisms in the spread of disease The museum he opened in the Roman College became a must-see on the Grand TourJesuit Refugee ServiceIreland hosted an internal seminar in Milltown Park on 17 June Senior policymakers from the Department of Justice – Mr Joe Keaney of the Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner Ms Rhea Bohan of the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Services and Ms Maria Cassidy – gave presentations on the current asylum procedure and changes in the process for protection applicants arising from the Immigration Residency and Protection Bill 2008 JRS staff and volunteers were in attendance as well as participants from the Mission Office Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice Slí Eile and the Province Curia The seminar was conducted under Chatham House rules which enabled a very energetic and robust debate to follow the presentations Below is the text of the JRS press release for World Refugee Day 20 June 2009 Press release for World Refugee Day 20 June 2009 Fear of the stranger informing policies towards refugees Welcoming refugees safeguards international protection “It is extremely worrying that the world’s richest states continue to shirk their responsibilities with regard to refugees Instead of welcoming people forced by extreme poverty and violence to flee their homes they are slamming their doors shut Their actions are making the global system of international protection unsustainable” says JRS International Director Peter Balleis SJ On 20 June World Refugee Day JRS calls on governments to respect their human rights obligations and create an environment conducive to the integration of refugees and migrants JRS also reminds citizens they are not powerless; governments depend on their consent to act If citizens become more positively disposed to the plight of forcibly displaced persons governments will be encouraged to improve their policies Developed states lead the way in implementing policies and laws that prevent refugees from entering and remaining in their territories The Italian government illegally returns undocumented migrants to Libya without any attempt to determine whether or not they are in need of protection The US authorities indiscriminately prevent the arrival of boats carrying Haitians fleeing poverty and serious human rights abuses Conditions for asylum seekers in Greece are so bad that some EU states no longer consider it as a safe country in which to seek refuge Politicians and the media depict the arrival of the stranger as a threat to public security or perceived cultural identity Too often they disregard positive contributions made by refugees and migrants to the economic and cultural well-being of their host nations They fail to recognise that refugees do not choose to leave their homes they are forcibly displaced Consequently developing states are left to bear the responsibility of hosting 80 percent of the global refugee population “The once open-door policy of developing states is rapidly closing The message – there is no room at the inn – has been received loud and clear by many developing states – Cambodia Kenya Panama Thailand – which have adopted increasingly restrictive policies towards displaced populations These countries view developed states driven by fear of the stranger as no longer interested in sharing responsibility for global international protection” said Fr Balleis Yet some overburdened states have shown it is possible to accept more refugees within their borders Last March the Ecuadorian government began a process to regularise the status of more than 50000 hitherto unrecognised refugees One month later South Africa announced the adoption of procedures to provide temporary protection to more than one million Zimbabweans fleeing their homes More than a decade of increasingly draconian responses to forced migration has not reduced the number of refugees worldwide; if anything it has only intensified the suffering of the most vulnerable Closing our eyes to refugees compromises the principles of justice and solidarity upon which all free societies are built Opening our hearts to their suffering compels us to welcome the stranger Notes to the editor: JRS works in over 50 countries in six continents around the world It employs over 1000 staff: lay Jesuits and other religious to meet the education health social and other needs of 500000 refugees and IDPs more than half of whom are women Its services are provided to refugees regardless of their race ethnic origin or religious beliefs For further information contact James Stapleton International Communications Coordinator; tel: +39 06 68 977390; +39 346 234 3841; email: [email protected]; wwwjrsnetWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: October 25 2016 12:32 pm Haji Ali Dargah Top News The Supreme Court Friday asked the management of Haji Ali Dargah Trust to take a “progressive stand” against its practice of restricting women’s access to the inner sanctum of the dargah “Try and take a stand which is progressive…nothing regressive should be suggested” said a bench led by Chief Justice of India T S Thakur as it posted the appeal of the Trust on October 17 Agreeing to extend the interim stay on the Bombay High Court judgment till October 17 the apex court said “There’s a problem if women aren’t allowed beyond a point but men are” The Haji Ali Dargah’s counsel Gopal Subramanium assured SC that it will come up with a concrete solution and won’t take a regressive stand even though it appeals against HC order WATCH VIDEO:Mumbai’s Haji Ali Dargah Trust to SC: Ready to give women access to sanctum sanctorum The bench also observed that the issue regarding restricting women’s entry was also being argued in relation to Kerala’s Sabrimala temple matter and that it seemed all religions had these problems “This may make it a secular exercise” remarked the bench while wondering if both the temple and the dargah matters should be heard together The Bombay High Court had in August lifted the ban imposed on women from entering the inner sanctum of Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai Noorjehan Fiaz and Zakia Soman founders of the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA) had petitioned the Bombay High Court against the ban calling it unconstitutional The PIL had stated that gender justice is inherent in the Quran and there is no prohibition on women visiting graves Prior to 2011 the Dargah did not discriminate against women and allowed free entry of people across religions For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Jaising said that a SIT probe, suddenly caught hold of her hand and injured her. it didn’t mind them too much. hateful symbols and violent groups from its short messaging service. 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