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The city needs 120 flightsbut can only operate 90 civil flights as the IAF restricts commercial flights during their sorties Industry members hope there would not be any disruption in service during the upgrade and all 90 existing flights would be able to operate smoothly The schedule will be disturbed only for two months or so since the MAFI Project will be implemented in phasesthe first phase of which will involve most of the work on the periphery of the runway The project would be implemented during 10 pm to 8 am every day The Frankfurt flight timing will have to be altered only for two months of project phase in which on runway lighting and related works will be carried out on the runway There is also a proposal to extend the runway at Airforce Station Lohegoan The matter is currently sub-judice For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: May 3 2014 12:25 am Currently only children born into a relationship between a man and woman are entitled to legal recognition Related News By:Neena Haridas The court’s ruling on cohabiting couples should extend to single mothers The Supreme Court judgment which ruled that the children of a live-in relationship could not be termed illegitimate must be hailed as a landmark By upholding a previous judgment of the Madras High Court the apex court has done well to break the traditional link between children and marriage Our society continues to act as though any childbirth that is not preceded by a wedding ceremony falls outside the pale But the time has now come to take the issue forward For decades feminists have fought the good fight for a woman’s right to choose Fortunately in India abortion does not present major legal difficulties so that fight has been largely won But the Supreme Court ruling points us in the direction of a battle that has still to be fought: the woman’s right to give birth According to the existing legal and societal framework the only children who are entitled to legal recognition are those who are born into a relationship between a man and a woman (After the Supreme Court judgment that relationship need not be one within the confines of marriage) Children born to a single mother however still occupy a moral and legal grey area Put simply we are willing to grant a woman the right to have a legitimate baby with a man she is in a relationship with But if she wants to have the baby without being part of a relationship then as far as we are concerned that is completely unacceptable In this respect we are behind the rest of the world In much of the Western world — France the UK the US — both society and the legal system recognise the rights of the single mother If a woman wishes to have a child without entering into a relationship with a man then she has every right to do so How that child is born is largely her business In India unfortunately the concept of a woman’s right to choose has become a euphemism for abortion for a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy Should she decide to carry on with the pregnancy without the involvement of the biological father or to get pregnant on her own society and the law both turn their backs on her Even the simplest methods of raising a child are closed to her If she seeks to adopt most adoption agencies will be reluctant to give a baby to a single mother preferring to ask a married couple to raise it Given that we recognise the woman’s right to choose when it comes to abortion and given also that the Supreme Court has now ruled that marriage has nothing to do with childbirth there is only one explanation for this strange anomaly in our system: prejudice against women At some level we believe that single women are incapable of providing a healthy environment for a child So deeply ingrained is this prejudice that it flies in the face of experience and if you think about it is actually counter-intuitive When a husband dies we do not believe that the widow is incapable of raising her children When a couple divorces more often than not the court will give the mother custody of the children unless it can be demonstrated that she is unfit for the responsibility Considering that society already accepts at an intuitive level that it is mothers who raise children why do we refuse single mothers the right to give birth Why do we insist on the presence of a man in the relationship Perhaps it is because we still see men as the providers and believe that single women will not be able to earn enough to adequately provide for the child But this belief belongs to the last century Experience has demonstrated that modern Indian women are as capable of earning a good living as Indian men The old gender stereotypes are breaking down all around us So let us welcome the Supreme Court judgment and let us welcome the respect and legitimacy it grants children whose parents are not married But let us not stop there Let us take the battle forward Childbirth is a woman’s right And we must fight anyone who seeks to place curbs on it The writer is an editor with Marie Claire International [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 14 2017 2:08 pm Govinda said “Industry is in few hands and has always been It all depends on the release of films and your success Everything revolves around success” Related News Govinda has experienced highest of highs in a career spanning three decades but the actor feels it was during his low phase in Bollywood when he realised that the industry gives attention to only those who are successful Govinda’s tryst with the big screen began with Ilzaam post which he went on to star in some of the big hits of 90s including Raja Babu Coolie No 1 Hero No 1 and Haseena Maan Jaayegi The actor later entered politics and made a comeback of sorts with Life Partner Kill Dil and Happy Ending the films where he says nobody saw him as a hero “They didn’t see me as a full-fledged hero I was not looking like a hero” Govinda told PTI about the time when he worked on those projects More from the world of Entertainment: “It was very tough for me that phase Industry is in few hands and has always been It all depends on the release of films and your success Everything revolves around success Success hoga to kamaal hoga tab hi log tumse baat karenge (If you are successful then only people will talk to you)” he added Also read|Govinda on his rift with David Dhawan: Varun Dhawan cannot be like me The actor feels he “shouldn’t have joined politics at all” and admits that his attempts to resurrect himself with potentially big projects were unsuccessful “I let go of many projects because I didn’t see myself in them Now it’s my time to prove whether those decisions were correct or not My wife asked me to sign those films which I did ‘Happy Ending’ and ‘Kill Dil’ but they came and went Nothing happened with my career” he said Also read|Taking up the pen was a situational decision: Govinda “They were big projects I was praised the films were also praised to some extent Inspite of that they didn’t reach to that level May be it’s just fate” he said Govinda who is now all set for the release of Aa Gaya Hero says he has put his heart and soul to the film hoping it will do wonders in his career “We all start from scratch take right decisions and move forward It requires a lot of dedication I have put all of this in the film” Govinda said Directed by Dipankar Senapati the film has been written and produced by Govinda himself The actor insists he had to resort to home production as the projects he was being offered were unlike his kind “It was very important for me to come back the way people love me I was not getting what I deserved When I did last few films I thought people are not utilising me the way they can I am getting used” he said “There is no problem in getting used but if you are only praised and film has not done well then it becomes a subject of market It moves according to the business of your films” Also read |Varun Dhawan avoids speaking on Govinda’s critical comment about him and father David Dhawan The actor says there were times when he tried to bounce off some ideas and improvisations that could be done in his roles but the directors were not too keen “I was not getting the songs I used to do the kind of dialogues I used to mouth I used to try planning a few things on sets but the director used to say ‘No sir we won’t be doing that You just have these many minutes in the film’ “This was not working for me it became very important for me to comeback as a hero” he added Aa Gaya Hero is scheduled to release on March 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBhopal: Five farmers committed suicide in different parts of Madhya Pradesh reportedly due to debt and other problems since Sunday evening taking the total number of such farmer deaths to 27 in over a fortnight Representational image Reuters Ghisiya Khan 70 committed suicide by hanging himself in the well in his farm in Harsud in Khandwa district The farmer’s body was found in the well on Tuesday The farmer was under debt as he had recently bought a new tractor "The cause of suicide is not clear yet As far as debt is concerned it will be revealed only after we record the statements of his kin" Harsud Police Station Incharge Vishwadeep Singh Parihar told IANS on Tuesday Similarly Chandra Lilhare 42 consumed insecticide in Bharweli Jagpur village in Balaghat district The farmer who was reportedly upset over debt died on Tuesday morning Lilhare had three acres of land but he sold one acre to pay back his debt said his family The farmer took the extreme step as he still owed money to the lenders his family said "He had received a recovery notice of Rs 118000 from the Syndicate Bank He also had a debt of Rs 70000 which he had taken from the society The police is investigating the cause of suicide" said Bharweli Police Station Incharge Brajesh Vishwakarma Another farmer Pawan 20 drank insecticide on Tuesday in Dharnawada village falling under Ghandinagar Police Station area in Indore The farmer’s family has pointed to debt as the reason for his suicide Ghandinagar Police Station Incharge Adesh Sattavat however said there has been no report hinting that Pawan who worked as a labourer owed money to the lenders The police is investigating the matter "Pawan used to do sharecropping but he incurred a heavy loss The farmer who married in April this year also had a loan burden of Rs two to three lakh His family said that he committed suicide due to debt" said MLA Jeetu Patwari Another tribal farmer Jahu drank insecticide on Monday in Para Chowki area in Jhabua district due to financial crunch "Jahu’s son ran away from his home and got married As per the tradition the panchayat of the Adivasi society directed Jahu’s son to pay a dowry of Rs 45 lakh to the girl’s family Jahu mortgaged his land but still could not make the full payment and eventually committed suicide" said Jhabua Police Station Incharge RK Baskare Another farmer Manohar Singh 50 drank poison in Dewas upset over a debt of Rs five lakh The farmer from Kesli village in Tonk Khurd Tehsil was admitted to hospital in Dewas in a serious condition He was shifted to Indore but he died during the treatment on Monday Farmers in Madhya Pradesh had launched a protest earlier this month demanding better prices for their produce and debt relief On June 6 six farmers were killed in police firing in Mandsaur Though the protest has been called off following intervention by the government farmers have been ending their lives over debt and other problems By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 17 2017 9:44 am Reliance Jio is offering a cash back of Rs 76 on a recharge of Rs 300 or above with Paytm The Rs 76 cash back will be credited to your Paytm account within 24 hours Related News Reliance Jio is 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of Rs 75 on a recharge of Rs 300 or above with PhonePe Reliance Jio has a number of recharge offers to choose from People can check for the plans on Jio’s website or on MyJio app Reliance Jio’s prepaid plans start at Rs 19 while postpaid plans start at Rs 309 Reliance Jio recently unveiled new Dhan Dhana Dhan prepaidand postpaid plans starting at a price of Rs 349 and Rs 399 respectively With these new plans Reliance Jio is offering more data and longer validity Plus voice calls SMS(up to 100 per day) are all free For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: May 12 2017 12:24 pm Some private players providing this facility charging Rs 400 within the city The boy had just Rs 150 with him (Representational image) Top News A heartbreaking scene played out at the civil hospital in Jalandhar on Thursday when a teenaged boy was forced to keep the body of his father on a “rehri” for about an hour before carrying it home in an auto-rickshaw since he did not Rs 400 to pay to a private hearse van standing outside the hospital The largest civil hospital in Punjab does not have a hearse van of its own Some private players providing this facility charging Rs 400 within the city The boy had just Rs 150 with him According to Sarabjit the boy his father Lal Singh (55) was not well and admitted in the hospital two days back On Thursday he died in the hospital “I asked the van driver to carry the body but he asked for Rs 400 which I did not have I put the body on a rehri” Sarabjit said “I asked several autorickshaw drivers to carry the body but they refused After a wait of about an hour an autorickshaw driver agreed to drop the body at home for Rs 150 Dr K S Bawa medical superintendent of the hospital said though there was no provision of a hearse at the hospital he would definitely take it up with higher authorities so that poor people could avail of this facility at the time of need Bawa said no one had brought today’s matter to his notice For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Jaipur | Published: January 21 2017 6:40 pm Dia Mirza has acted with Sanjay Dutt in films like Parineeta and Lage Raho Munna Bhai Related News Actress-producer Dia Mirza will play the role of Sanjay Dutt’s wife Manyata in the actor’s biopic Dia who has acted with Sanjay in films like “Parineeta” and “Lage Raho Munna Bhai” had earlier this month said that she has joined the cast of the biopic being helmed by Rajkumar Hirani Now the film’s co-producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra has revealed her role “Dia Mirza is doing the role of Manyata” Chopra told IANS at the ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival 2017 “It is a biopic and it is more than a biopic too because we expect people to learn something from it” he added Chopra also said that among other things the biopic will also explore Sanjay’s relationship with his late star father Sunil Dutt Veteran actor Paresh Rawal is playing the role of Sunil Dutt while Sanjay’s part is being brought alive by Ranbir Kapoor The filmmaker who has worked with Sanjay in films like “Munna Bhai MBBS” “Eklavya: The Royal Guard” and “Mission Kashmir” revealed that after Sanjay’s release from Yerwada Central Jail last year the actor used to tell him and Hirani about his life They thought it could make a good film They are looking for a December release “I don’t make pictures depending on the release date I prefer to make one picture in four years than four pictures in one year” said Chopra who is also set to direct a film on Kashmiri Pandits “The shooting will begin from September” said the director who had helmed the film “Mission Kashmir” in 2000 Also Read | Sanjay Dutt biopic: Dia Mirza shares first picture from sets with Ranbir Kapoor RajuHirani Will Kashmiri Pandit Anupam Kher star in it “It depends on the role for him” said the filmmaker who is here for the launch of his daughter Zuni Chopra’s novel “The House That Spoke” The book by the 15-year-old also on Kashmir will be unveiled on Sunday Asked about “Raees” and “Kaabil” clashing at the box office on January 25 he said: “Both (Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan) are my friends and I hope that both the films do well” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
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