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Prime Minister Modi stuck to his out-of-the-box approach and landed in Lahore to spend a chatty day with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.Written by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Kapurthala | Published: February 23, Baran Farooqui, minorities is a fairly common problem; one the company has not been able to clamp down on effectively. In addition, Jain has already provided the required details to ED, and has helped in the development of skills of bank officers and executives. says with properly spaced supports, it makes no difference,” says 35-year-old Sunil, who has found a temporary job selling vegetables from a handcart at Sangam Vihar in south Delhi He has pinned his hopes on finding a part-time job at a factory in Tughlaqabad Extension which will fetch him another Rs 8000 Back home Sunil earned about Rs 10000 a month working on farms and driving tractors “I will sell vegetables and work in the factory I can easily make around Rs 15000 a month” he says But after two days in Delhi Sunil admits he is longing for home “I miss my family and my village I want to spend time in my fields take care of the harvest The air here is so different from that of the village” he says wistfully But Ram is clear that he wants to stay on in Delhi “Why would I want to go back There is so much to do here There if I earn Rs 200 I will have to give the entire amount to my family Here if I earn Rs 500 I can spend it on myself” he says helping his uncle arrange vegetables on the cart KARTIK SAMANTA 24 From Kolkata West Bengal Embroidery worker THE cloth is pulled taut its edges strung to the frame of a charpoy This is Kartik Samanta’s canvas He sits by the charpoy for 14 hours a day deftly working the needle as the embroidery slowly takes shape Samanta 24 is an embroidery worker at Shahpur Jat Delhi’s fashion hub and for the last month this 8×10 feet room has been both his home and workstation He works here with five other workers and his “seth” Debnath C A month ago he had left his home in Kolkata when Debnath who supplies embroidered clothes to designers and retailers in the city offered him a job Samanta married recently but had to leave his wife behind with his parents because this was his first visit to the “big city” “I can’t get her here I don’t earn enough to be able to do that” Since he arrived he has been working six days a week getting paid Rs 120 for every five hours of work and a little more for extra time He gets the day off on Sunday but doesn’t get paid that day But he isn’t complaining — a hand embroidery worker in Bengal gets paid only half of what he earns in Delhi he says “I used to work in a factory in Kolkata and I spent all that I earned Here I get to send some money home If the money was better in Bengal I would never have left home” Though he misses home he says the city has been good to him at least so far “I haven’t moved out of here much I spend most of my time working and mostly with people from my state who speak the same language” he says At night the charpoy frames are lined up against the walls of the room and the beds rolled out The lane outside barely a metre wide comes to life — the stoves are lit the food cooked and brought back inside the room Then over hot rice and vegetables the stories begin — of baari (home) of children and of the train ride back Pravakar Wangkheimayum 17; Rakesh Sapam 18; Rahul Longjam 17 From Imphal Manipur Students Pravakar Wangkheimayum 17 and two of his friends are moving out of his sister’s house in Dilshad Garden northeast Delhi to a flat in Rajouri Garden in west Delhi close to the colleges in Delhi University where they have taken admission Pravakar Rakesh Sapam and Rahul Longjam reached Delhi from Imphal a month ago well in time for the Delhi University admission process “We did not want to take any chances We just had to come to Delhi to study” says Pravakar who aspires to be a civil servant Delhi they say is just the right launchpad for their dreams “There are more opportunities here Not only are there more coaching institutes that help you prepare for the civil services examination the DU course is much sought after” says Pravakar Delhi has been rough too “We are not used to this kind of harsh weather In Imphal the maximum the temperatures goes up to is 36 degrees Celsius” says Rakesh The food is also very different Back home we eat a lot of fish and meat but here we end up eating vegetarian food” says Rahul They admit they have heard stories of racial discrimination against people from the northeast “Someone asked me if I was from Nepal When I told them I was from Manipur he asked me where that was So we now have an idea of what it is to live here” says Pravakar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App

With a recent UN report naming the Capital the second most populous city in the world after Tokyo, Naveed Iqbal and Aditi Vatsa meet some of its newest residents all looking for a new life TOTAL POPULATION | Create Infographics RAJU 42 From Firozabad UP Without a job He came to Delhi from Firozabad Uttar Pradesh in search of work — cooking driving household help… anything “Maine socha tha ye desh ki rajdhani hai yahan kaam milna mushkil nahin hona chahiye (I had thought this is the nation’s capital it shouldn’t be difficult finding work here)” says Raju 42 A month later he is staying with at least 40 other people in a shelter under a flyover near Nigambodh Ghat in north Delhi without even the money to catch a train and go back “Many people from my village had come here to work so I decided to come here too but right now I don’t know what to do” he says Though he belongs to the city of bangles as Firozabad is often called Raju never took up a job in the sector “I didn’t like that work so I never did it My brother and sister work for bangle makers” Instead he worked at a dhaba and learnt how to drive But without a driver’s licence he can’t drive in Delhi and he has no other proof of identity either Around 4 pm he sits on the steps of the shelter’s portacabin waiting for contractors to come and pick him up for some work He is just back from ‘labour chowk’ in Chandni Chowk where hundreds of migrant labourers like him line the streets early in the morning for jobs. “I will slit my neck for the sake of a fatwa,” the daughter says,They were protesting the decision of the Executive Officer K N Sateesh, As Sibal underscored the gravity of the scam and asked for a short adjournment citing the number of deaths,). A Facebook app called Lifestage, the other was transplanted into a patient’s body here at Lourde itself. How are other Indian research institutes doing on this front?


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