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the don stayed in touch with the latest!Pradnya was presented in court on Sunday and she has been remanded in police custody till June 20, Patil said Police said that Pradnya in her statement claimed that her husband had come home drunk and had forced himself on her When she refusedhe hit her She then pushed him on the floor and locked herself in another room Tushar then put a cloth around his neck and strangulated himself when Pradnya did not open the door Policehoweversaid they suspect that Pradnya might have killed Tushar as it was not possible for the victim to strangulate himself For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 2 2012 5:18 am Related News Three police officers of Ellisbridge police station were suspended on Sunday for their alleged negligence towards the gambling activities in the area The decision came two days after police raided a resort Police also picked up 144 person for illegal gambling and seized cash and valuables worth Rs 127 crore from the spot The Ahmedabad Police Commissioner S K Saikia issued the suspension orders of Ellisbridge police station Senior Inspector B K PurohitSecond Inspector P L Parmar and Sub-Inspector C D Solanki Owned by one Dinesh Kalgithe Sudama Resort in Paldi of Ahmedabad district has been running from last at least 10 to 15 years There were several raids carried out on the resortbut nothing concrete was foundpolice said Police sources said the senior officers in Ahmedabad police were irked with the alleged negligent behaviour of the three policemen In the last raid in 2010 at a bungalow in SolaDineshs brother Mahendra was arrested along with more than 50 others for gambling the spot Dineshwho was declared wanted in the Sola case along with his close aide Suresh Shahhad surrendered before Ahmedabad Rural and District Court The court granted him bail as the police failed to reach the court in time For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: June 3 2016 3:14 am On June 1 four new male nurses joined the JJ hospital as staff nurses all dressed in crisp white uniform with red badges on their shoulders Top News Discarding the popular belief that only women opt for the nursing profession men are increasingly entering this field From 2013 when 597 male nurses referred to as ‘brothers’ were registered at the Maharashtra Nursing Council (MNC) the count has doubled to 1038 in 2015 across the state On June 1 four new male nurses joined the JJ hospital as staff nurses all dressed in crisp white uniform with red badges on their shoulders While their count is still marginal — 32 male nurses out of 1125 total nursing posts at the hospital — these are the maximum brothers so far In 2013 six male nurses had joined the hospital which swelled to 10 in 2014 and 12 in 2015 “The scope of growth job security in the government sector and good salary are helping men overcome embarrassment to work as nurses Earlier this profession was considered a female’s job because of their motherly attitude Now awareness is increasing about opportunities” said Reshma Desai principal at the Institute of Nursing Education in Mumbai Share This Article Related Article According to the MNC a regulatory body of all registered nurses in the state there are 7371 male nurses working in Maharashtra in both public and private hospitals According to council president Dr Ramling Mali more men are eyeing this profession as a means to shift abroad where nursing salaries are much higher “Rs 30000 is the starting monthly salary in India for a BSc graduate in UK or the Middle East the same graduate can earn over a lakh per month” said Dr Nutan Mali assistant professor at the Institute of Nursing Education and Paramedical Sciences in Dombivli For men the reasons to enter nursing vary David Gaikwad (31) who did General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) for three years and post basic BSc in nursing for another two years said his entire family is in the nursing profession “My elder sister and aunt both studied nursing and my interest in it grew I had so much interest that I recently completed a diploma in psychiatric nursing Now I am staff in-charge at the psychiatry department” he said Unlike him Sushant Bhuwa (29) was pursuing engineering but dropped out to join nursing after realising there are better job opportunities abroad Fee structure for engineering degrees was also higher than nursing He has already spent four-and-a-half years at St George Hospital in bedside patient care and has now specialised in psychiatry nursing ‘Brothers’ however rue that there is still female dominance in this profession Maharashtra has 203 lakh nurses of which 195 lakh are females “People are not ready to accept male nurses When I tell them they think I work as a ward boy in the hospital Male doctors are accepted but not male nurses” said Darshan Nandurkar (28) who completed the GNM course He wanted to learn nursing since his teenage days “It was my first choice” he says adding that he switched from a private hospital to public because the pay in government sector nursing is better According to Chhaya Laad nursing superintendent at Training School of Nurses in Cama and Albless Hospital except for the midwifery course there is open entry on merit basis for both boys and girls in all nursing undergraduate and postgraduate courses “It is only in GNM courses that there was a reservation up to 10 per cent for the male category But now even that has been increased to 30 per cent” she said A BSc in nursing is for four years while GNM can be completed in three years which makes the latter a popular choice Experts believe the increase in male reservation to 30 per cent in GNM is expected to further increase their admissions Furthermore data of nurses shifting for work in Middle East shows a plunge from 20000 to 12000 between 2013 and 2015 in the state With women returning due to strife more men who are ready to work in a tougher working environment are now willing to learn nursing Vishal Gangawane (32) was drawn to nursing after seeing his aunt progress in the United Kingdom in this field over the last eight years In his family even his sister is a nurse with Wadia Hospital “The scope to work in a foreign country and immense job opportunities for men makes this profession better than several others” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Srishti Choudhary | Chandigarh | Published: April 29 2016 8:30 am The dilapidated ‘Nahan Kothi’ building in Sector 12-A Panchkula Related News EVEN AS the cracks in the crumbling walls are evident and water seeps through the roof each time it rains the 160-year-old historical building popularly known as ‘Nahan Kothi’ continues to house the district consumer courts in Sector 12A Panchkula amid looming danger of collapse in case of any natural disaster Several efforts made in the past to relocate the courts to another site failed In 2008 Punjab and Haryana High Court had also issued directions to the then Deputy Commissioner to get the building vacated and remove the unauthorised possession While the initial proposal to shift the courts to mini-secretariat Sector 1 was not fructified due to lack of space another one to allot space in the District Courts Complex Sector-1 has been hanging fire despite availability of ample space on the second floor of the Complex Share This Article Related Article “Advocates and litigants have to face a harrowing time each time as we have to move from District Courts Sector 1 to the consumer court in Sector 12A to attend hearing in both the courts A lot of time can be saved if the consumer court is also shifted to the District Courts Complex” said lawyer Satyawan Ahlawat Space is still available in District Courts Complex but since a former District and Session judge Panchkula said there was no scope to allow the shifting of the Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum to the Judicial Complex “according to the present and future requirements of the courtrooms” the proposal has not been considered Several letters were written highlighting the demand for an alternative site but in vain The president State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission had even written to the president National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission highlighting the dilapidated condition of the building and how it was unsuitable for running a court With weeds grown on the roof and walls parts of the structure are on the verge of falling down There is seepage in the walls and with electric wiring running alongside there is risk of short circuit There is no adequate firefighting system Several records are spoiled every year due to moist conditions in dark dingy rooms “The building is in ruins With so many litigants and advocates visiting the court every day it is unsafe” said advocate Piyush Mittal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App Preview: Andy Murray and defending champion Stan Wawrinka start their French Open campaigns on Monday against a pair of fiery Czechs on a day when Roland Garros plays catch-up after a rain-soaked Sunday Second seed Murray a three-time semi-finalist in Paris takes on 37-year-old Radek Stepanek the oldest man in the draw and one of a record 51 men over the age of 30 to start the first round Murray buoyed by beating world number one Novak Djokovic to the Rome Masters title on clay on the eve of Roland Garros holds a 6-2 career record over Stepanek Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland is the defending champion at French Open Getty Images But the wily Czech is a former world number eight who is a Grand Slam doubles and Davis Cup champion Despite his advancing years Stepanek came through the qualifying competition and that’s a factor which makes Murray wary of the challenge "The qualifiers have played three matches That’s tough" said Murray "They are probably feeling pretty good about their conditions and comfortable on the courts" Stepanek is one of the game’s more entertaining characters whose antics on court occasionally get under the skin of opponents Off court his life is just as colourful — he was engaged to Martina Hingis married and divorced former player Nicola Vaidisova and briefly dated two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova Wawrinka who shattered Djokovic’s latest attempt to complete the career Grand Slam with victory in last year’s final takes on another Czech Lukas Rosol Rosol famously defeated Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon in 2012 and was involved in a bad-tempered clash with Murray in Munich last year when the Scot told the Czech that "everyone hates you" Wawrinka defeated Rosol as recently as last Friday in the semi-finals in Geneva on his way to the title Roland Garros organisers will attempt to squeeze 54 singles matches into Monday’s programme after heavy rain on Sunday allowed just 10 ties to be completed However more bad weather is expected with torrential rain and temperatures hovering again around the 15-degree mark There should be time for Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori to complete his match with Italy’s Simone Bolelli Nishikori was leading 6-1 7-5 2-1 when play was halted on Court Philippe Chatrier on Sunday Victory would give the 26-year-old Japanese his 50th Grand Slam win Second seed Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland starts against Serbia’s Bojana Jovanovski Radwanska was a quarter-finalist in 2013 but lost in the first round to Germany’s Annika Beck last year Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova the 2009 champion resumes against Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan 4-6 6-1 3-1 Fourth seed Garbine Muguruza starts against Slovakia’s Anna Karolina Schmiedlova with a 4-0 career advantage But Schmiedlova the world number 37 made the third round in 2014 defeating Venus Williams on the way Ana Ivanovic the 2008 champion takes on France’s Oceane Dodin By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: September 2 2015 6:34 pm “I don’t have anyone in my life as of now I am single. was offered the part she tried to bargain her way out of her contract, “I call upon religious leaders to say something. added another neighbour. 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