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VHP spokesman Sharad Sharma had recently said that,"Two trucks of stones have been unloaded at Ram Sewak Puram a VHP property in Ayodhya and ‘Shila Pujan’ has been performed by Mahant Nritya Gopal Das the president of Ram Janam Bhumi Nyas" Das had said that there was a "signal" from the Modi government that the temple will be built "now" "Now the time has come for the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya Lot of stones arrived in Ayodhya And now the arrival of stones will continue We have signals from Modi Government that Mandir construction would be done now" he had said Soon afterwards the Uttar Pradesh government had sought a "confidential" report from Intelligence Department on the two stone-laden trucks arriving in Ayodhya "The state government has sought a confidential report from Additional Director General (Intelligence) on the activities going on in Ayodhya" IG (Law and Order) A Satish Ganesh had said "Two truckloads of stones have been unloaded at Ram Sewak Puram a VHP property in Ayodhya and ‘Shila Pujan’ (praying of the stones) has been performed by Mahant Nritya Gopal Das the president of Ram Janam Bhumi Nyas" VHP spokesman Sharad Sharma had said The Ayodhya temple row had also rocked the Rajya Sabha with Congress BSP and JD(U) accusing the BJP and RSS of trying to divide Uttar Pradesh on communal lines ahead of the 2017 assembly elections in the state Opposition members had voiced concern over reports of two truck loads of stones for construction of the temple having arrived in Ayodhya earlier this week PTI Johannesburg: Over 1200 yoga enthusiasts in South Africa’s Soweto township got their first taste of yoga on Wednesday when they performed various ‘asanas’ at an event on the eve of International Day of Yoga The Consulate General of India in Johannesburg along with the volunteers of the Art of Living Foundation and yoga school trainers organised the event at a park in the township The participants included hundreds of school children who got their first taste of yoga The official Yoga Day logo Image courtesy Twitter/@MEAInd Pastor Maureen Sabadell from the Alpha World Ministries Social Care initiating the event with a universal prayer explained how yoga brought about the much-needed relief from stress required by all as she expressed gratitude for the organisers sharing the experience with local residents "Yoga brings many benefits into our lives" said Consul General Dr KJ Srinivasa as he encouraged the participants to share their experience with others for a stress-free harmonious society Yoga exponent Caroline Stieber and her assistants guided the participants through the many postures that yoga offers "If there was one clear outcome from this morning’s activity it was the fact that Yoga is a universal practice to be enjoyed by one an all as a controlled and decisive response to the varied challenges faced from all kinds of stress by people in every walk of life" said Nutan Kessa of the Art of Living Foundation Nthando Maseko an off-duty policewoman said "I had always believed that yoga was practised only by followers of Hindu saints but now I am hooked on it as a devout Christian and will join regular classes just to stay fit" Hawker Johannes Mthembu who was passing by the park and decided to join in said he was impressed at the statement by organisers that yoga brings peace to people "South Africa is currently suffering from a wave of violence against women and children amid a huge crime wave I have seen that yoga can help individuals deal with stress and anger in healthier ways to create a peaceful and healthy society where human values are upheld and all can live in harmony" said Mthembu The event was part of a week-long programme at different venues across South Africa coordinated by the Indian missions in all major cities It will culminate on Sunday at a special yoga session at Tolstoy Farm the commune started by Mahatma Gandhi during his tenure in Johannesburg at the turn of the 19th century New Delhi:The Lok Sabha Speaker on Monday disallowed notices of adjournment of Question Hour on issues ranging from price rise and alleged fuelling of anti-India sentiments in Nepal Another adjournment motion on the issue of intolerance was also disallowed as a discussion on the subject was already on the agenda of the House for the day File photo Image courtesy: PTI Monday is practically the first working day of the Lok Sabha in the Winter session as the first two days last week were devoted on a high voltage discussion on commitment on Constitution While M Veerappa Moily (Cong) and Sudip Bandhopadhyay (TMC) had given a notice on price rise Rajesh Ranjan RJD) had had given a notice on alleged fuelling of anti-India sentiments in Nepal N K Premchandran (RSP) had given a notice on the issue of intolerance but a discussion on the subject is already part of Lok Sabha business for the day Speaker Sumitra Mahajan disallowed the notices leading to protests from Opposition members But the House soon took up the Question Hour without disruptions At the onset Mahajan referred to several incidents which had led to loss of life of people She recalled the blast in a house in Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh the incidents of crane crash and stampede in Mecca the terror attacks in Paris and earthquake in Pakistan and Afghanistan Members kept a moment of silence as a mark of respect to the memory of the departed PTI Manchester:England captain Alastair Cook left Pakistan needing to rewrite the record books if they were to win the second Test at Old Trafford after opting against enforcing the follow-on on Sunday’s third day At stumps England looking to level the four-Test series at 1-1 were 98 for one in their second innings That gave them a lead of 489 runs with no side having made more in the fourth innings to win a Test than the West Indies’ 418 for seven against Australia at St John’s in May 2003 Chris Woakes (right) recorded 4/67 to help skittle Pakistan out for 198 Getty Images Cook who made a first innings hundred was 49 not out and vice-captain Joe Root whose 254 in the same innings was his Test-best score unbeaten on 23 Shortly before the close England opener Alex Hales (24) was caught behind off Mohammad Amir Pakistan were dismissed for just 198 in reply to England’s 589 for eight declared — a huge deficit of 391 runs Yet Cook on a day where four rain interruptions caused caused 27 overs to be lost decided to bat again That reduced the time England had to bowl Pakistan out again although there were in fairness still more than two days remaining in the match "It was a pretty simple decision to bat again" England assistant coach Paul Farbrace told Sky Sports "We thought we’d bat while the wicket was still good rather than put ourselves under pressure when it gets worse "It could have gone either way but I think it’s the right decision and hopefully we’ll be proven right" Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur said the tourists simply had to bat better in their second innings — whenever that came "I was disappointed with our first innings" Arthur told reporters "We need more discipline outside off stump We were nicking off that ‘fifth stump’ line a lot which was particularly disappointing" the South African added Asked if not being made to follow-on had made it more likely that Pakistan could draw the game Arthur replied: "It probably gives us a bit better chance but that’s not an inflammatory headline as irrespective of any declaration we have to bat damn well" Pakistan’s first innings saw England pace-bowling all-rounder Chris Woakes take four for 67 while Root held four catches at second slip Misbah-ul-Haq the Pakistan captain provided a lesson in application to the rest of the top order with an innings-high 52 and shared a ninth-wicket stand of 60 with Wahab Riaz who made a Test-best 39 Pakistan who resumed on 57 for four saw their collapse continue before lunch on Sunday as they lost a further four wickets for 62 runs But with Cook opting against using experienced paceman James Anderson and Stuart Broad after lunch Pakistan added 79 runs in the second session – Wickets tumble – Pakistan started Sunday’s play with opener Shan Masood 30 not out and Misbah one not out Anderson England’s all-time leading wicket-taker marked his return to Test cricket on his Lancashire home ground after missing Pakistan’s series-opening 75-run win at Lord’s last week with a shoulder injury by taking the first wicket to fall on Sunday when Masood (39) was caught by Root Pakistan were now 71 for five their total at the rain break Shortly after play resumed Asad Shafiq (four) drove loosely at a Broad slower ball and lobbed a catch to Hales at point Sarfraz Ahmed came in at 76 for six but the wicket-keeper stuck to his attacking game and got off the mark when he cut Broad over Hales’s head for four Woakes who took 11 wickets at Lord’s and three more on Saturday struck again when Sarfraz playing a rare defensive shot nicked Ben Stokes to Root Misbah who made a fine hundred at Lord’s completed a 108-ball fifty before sweeping at off-spinner Moeen Ali he was caught at short fine leg by Cook Wahab hoisted Ali for six But going for another big hit off the spinner he holed out to end a 61-ball innings also featuring five fours But left-arm quick Wahab was hit on the forearm by Woakes when batting and did not bowl later Sunday Bangalore | Published: September 28 2013 3:38 am Related News Techies in Bangalore got a taste of literature on Friday at a festival that has brought together about 120 writers from across India Held in Electronics Citythe Bangalore Literature Festival in its second yeardrew over 2500 people on its first day A predominantly young crowd fanned out on the sunny lawns of the Crowne Plaza Hotelin Velankani Parkrubbing shoulders with the whos who of Indian literature Many who walked away with a pile of autographed books at the end of the day it closed with William Dalrymples talk on princes and painters in Mughal Delhi followed by a Carnatic violin concert were new to the world of literature Anita Ka software engineer at Wiprotook half the day off to give books another chance. 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