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Stones bricks and bottles are hurled by different groups Tear gas shells are fired and police lathicharge the mob in many places NOON TO 1 PM Police get a modicum of control over the main road that leads to Vasundhara Enclave They are now faced with the problem of violence spreading to the bylanes Groups armed with bricks hockey sticks and cricket bats take to the streets Some are even carrying knives A police officer said “Its hard for our forces to get into the bylanes People escape into their homes when we approach” 1 PM TO 2 PM The RAF CRPF and personnel of the Delhi Police begin to bring the situation under control one block at a time A convoy of 10 PCR vans move from one block to the next with personnel alighting and entering the bylanes 2 PM TO 3 PM Police start detaining residents who they believe participated in stone-pelting Some residents lock their doors to prevent the personnel from entering but to no avail Some are dragged away and assaulted by policemen when they protest A resident said “There is no way that police could identify our children They were not part of the violence and are being picked up arbitrarily” 3 PM TO 4 PM Violence has largely stopped except in some isolated pockets The main road is cleared and personnel allow shops to open for the first time in the day Some sense of normalcy is restored 4 PM TO 5 PM Many Muslims families which constitute only 20 per cent of the population in the area begin packing their bags and leaving the locality for a few days Taxis pull up in front of houses and women and children are sent away in anticipation of another night of trouble Firoz Ali said “The police are targeting our youth and detaining them We are outnumbered and in case there is violence our women and children will not be safe” 5 PM TO 6 PM Before the light begins to fade people throng the markets and shops selling household goods Trilokpuri seems to be at its busiest in the day and police allow free movement of traffic and people 6 PM TO 7 PM As darkness falls men stand in small groups outside their homes Many pick up stones from the road and carry them inside houses When asked why they were doing so they say they mean no harm but were collecting them only “for safety” A senior police officer said “The situation is still tense We prevented some from collecting stones but not everyone can be stopped Stones and bricks litter the whole area” 7 PM TO 8 PM At 7 pm Section 144 is imposed and police begin doing the rounds of Trilokpuri sending people home Police warn “If you are caught outside your house you will be arrested This is for your safety” 8 PM TO 9 PM Three persons who sustained bullet injuries in the riots are referred to GTB Hospital One of them is critical The three were injured in the morning and were initially taken to Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital 9 PM TO 10 PM Many daily wage labourers return home to find Trilokpuri shut down They struggle to find food and other supplies as shops are all closed Hansraj a rickshaw puller said “Police stopped us from entering the colony Every day we return and eat at dhabas in the colony Today all of them are shut” 10 PM TO 11 PM To prevent another flare-up during the night police hold meetings with local leaders from both sides and ask them to keep the peace For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 13 2015 4:37 am Teachers were told how to convince parents by explaining the benefits of government schools like trained teachers against untrained in private schools Related News In order to stop the movement of students from government to private schools and the increasing preference among parents for the same the Gujarat Primary Teachers’ Association has started a door-to-door campaign to ensure “no child eligible for Class I gets enrolled to a private school” To begin with taken off from rural areas last week the teachers are asked to visit parents and identify children of five to six years of age “The teachers have to not only identify such children about to take admission in Class I but also convince their parents with logic to choose government schools over private ones and no child should go to a private school We have to stop opening of new private schools each year in the rural areas or else we would be soon redundant” revealed the association chief Chandu Joshi Deliberations for effective implementation on this survey was a part of the day long chintan shivir organised on Saturday in Gandhinagar by the association which claims to have 2 lakh government primary teachers as its members Chief Minister Anandiben Patel Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama and senior officials of the education department were also present at the brainstorming session Teachers were told how to convince parents by explaining the benefits of government schools like trained teachers against untrained in private schools exorbitant fee charged by private schools against free education offered by the government counterparts despite exorbitant fee additional home tuition for children of private schools and other similar issues “We are attempting to regain the lost faith in government schools For this there is a need to increase interaction between parents and teachers At present our teachers are only moving between their school and residence Thus this kind of a campaign is expected to boost confidence for government schools among parents” added Joshi Anganwadi centres are also to be roped in for this campaign For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: January 30 2015 6:33 pm Having hosted the fifth season of reality TV show ‘Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi’ filmmaker Rohit Shetty is convinced that its “sequel” – the sixth season – is packed with more action and that it’s “better” Related News Having hosted the fifth season of reality TV show ‘Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi’ filmmaker Rohit Shetty is convinced that its “sequel” – the sixth season – is packed with more action and that it’s “better” Shetty is also hosting the sixth season shot with 14 celebrity contestants in the beautiful environs of Cape Town (Read: Rohit Shetty mum on new film to reveal cast in February) At the launch of the new edition here the ‘Chennai Express’ and ‘Golmaal’ director cited an example saying how in the film world people say they that if one’s doing a sequel to an action or comedy film then it should be bigger than the previous movie “As far as this show is concerned I have to say that this sequel – ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi 6’ – is better” he said Pushing the boundaries of action adventure and entertainment the new season of the show is slated to go on air on Colors Feb 7 The line-up of celebrity contestants this year includes actors Ashish Chowdhry Hussain Kuwajerwala Harshad Arora Iqbal Khan Sana Khan Sagarika Ghatge Rasami Desai Asha Negi and Ridhi Dogra the multi-faceted Meiyang Chang Kabaddi star Rakesh Kumar reality show star Siddharth Bharadwaj and item girl Nathalia Kaur Shetty says he wasn’t sure of the casting of the “sequel” as he hadn’t met many of them before the show However after shooting with them in Cape Town and seeing them facing their fears head on he says: “The new season is better because of the 14 contestants” Of all the contestants he felt “Uttaran” girl Rashami was the weakest but she proved him otherwise by performing the stunts one after the other fearlessly For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News you go to the end zone/To score the points!Raghav’s all set to have a big birthday bash and just then he wakes up with pink spots on his face.respect for elders and caring for animals. 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