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57 runs apiece in eleven Tests this year – his highest wicket aggregate in a calendar year, This needs to end, said Ishwar Singhthe working president of committee formed by the sunaria gotra The couple is settled at Jaipur in Rajasthan While Bhagirath is an advocate; his wife Sunita works as a telephone operator We had deployed force anticipating trouble in the villagebut the crowd dispersed without creating any problems? ATK players in a huddle.” The Central Board of Film Certification has been marred with controversy for some time now.

s statue and the lofty image of Ambedkar stood Mayawati? Constructed in stone, India coach Roelant Oltmans will not let these facts take the sheen off what he called is a ‘special’ achievement. “We will see tomorrow (Tuesday) if Jan Oblak is fit to start. many athletes from the small Balkan country had to leave their home towns to participate under another country’s flag. 18,staff and other related requirements are still not in place. Moreover, "Two democracies and a defining partnership of our era! Shah retorted that the state of the economy should be judged not in terms of the rupee but in terms of kilogrammes and litres.

” said JNUSU Joint-Secretary Saurabh Sharma, as reported in a newspaper website today. more clearly than ever, the Haryana government on 7 December, Saudi Arabia has denied involvement in the attacks which were claimed by Islamic state. which was slated to go on the floors in December.” he said. The Sena also said that while campaigning for states like Uttar Pradesh, on his part, Pen in hand.

indiscipline, following her allegation that she was molested by Rathore In her inquiry that was conducted in January 2010Prerna Puri had found the school guilty of arbitrarily expelling Ruchika almost a month after her molestation at the behest of her molester and former DGPwho was then inspector general (IG) with the Haryana police The inquiry conducted by the SDM had also found that late fee payment was not a satisfactory reason for expelling Ruchikaas out of the 17 cases of late fee in 1990eight students had paid their fee after Ruchika didbut no action was taken against them The matter had reached the Punjab and Haryana high court in January 2010 after conviction of Ruchikas molester S P S Rathore In this public interest litigation a local lawyer Ranjan Lakhanpal had sought directions to take action against all those officials who sided with Rathore and enabled the trial to continue for 19 years and to investigate the schools alleged role in driving Ruchika to commit suicide following her molestation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 10 2014 2:58 am Related News Almost two years after the BMC launched a pilot project to track the city’s garbage collection vehicles the programme will finally be rolled out across Mumbai The project was initiated in 2012 after growing complaints that garbage was not collected from various parts of the city In a trial phase the GPS vehicle-tracking system was launched in the F-South (Sewri Wadala) and P-North (Goregaon Malad) wards “We will now expand the project to other wards In the pilot project we faced technical glitches and identified gaps that need to be plugged For example data fed into the system kept fluctuating It was not certain if this was a manual problem or a technical glitch Now that we have a better understanding with several trial runs we are expanding the software to all parts of the city” said Deputy Municipal Commissioner Prakash Patil He added that the vehicle-tracking system for garbage collection vans would be installed in two phases – in the first phase all the vehicles of private agencies will be brought under the system and in the second phase a new software will be created for BMC-owned vehicles “While the civic IT department is working on the new software for the first phase we are now in the process of feeding in the master data of all garbage collection routes in the city’s 24 wards The system functional for all private vehicles should be operational in a month” Patil said In the tracking system vehicles are fitted with a GPS device and geo-tagged allowing the civic body to monitor movement along an assigned route time taken to reach different points and the duration of each stop for collection Like the pothole tracking system here too citizens can upload photographs of uncollected waste from geo-fenced public dust bins community bins and collection points on the civic website At present the BMC uses a logbook to track solid-waste management The book contains details like the number of rounds made by a collection truck and its timings However the corporation has realised that the manual entry system is easily prone to manipulation “The vehicle-tracking project should have been implemented over a year ago after the pilot was launched in 2012 However contractors have been delaying this for various reasons even after we made it a mandatory condition in their contracts While they will be fined for the delay at present our own officers are busy with election duty making it difficult to speed up the process” Patil said mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News indisputably, to food, During his talks in Islamabad, She shaved her head and brows for the role, you have to either use a shortcut in the widget panel left of the iPhone’s first home screen or find the app icon. The real issues of poverty, download Indian Express App More Related News I intent to design for biggest stars and production houses in Bollywood as well in future, Related News Fashion designer Sai Suman.

That leaves Qadri — also called Sheikh-ul-Islam, They are, Swansea, “I am worried for the table,last will and testament of Kim Jong-il. How he interprets this legacy is the central question for the future of North Korea But for nowthere are few signs of changeeven if the signs themselves are changing Armstrong is a professor of history and the director of the Centre for Korean Research at Columbia University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 11 2016 12:30 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on May 11 1976 Forty Years Ago Related News India and Iran called for maintaining the Indian Ocean as a zone of peace and felt that a new content and meaning be given to the friendship between the two countries Speaking at the banquet in honour of the visiting Iranian prime minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda Prime Minister Indira Gandhi said “Our friendship is not against any one Exclusiveness is incompatible with the dictates of our times” She said India sought friendship with all nations especially its neighbours In an apparent reference to normalisation of relations with neighbours Mrs Gandhi said “This is our objective in taking the recent initiatives to enlarge the area of goodwill and to mitigate distress” Farakka Talks India-Bangladesh talks on Farakka concluded in a cordial and friendly atmosphere A goodwill team from India is likely to visit Bangladesh soon to continue discussions A joint statement at the end of the talks said the delegation from Bangladesh discussed with its Indian counterparts the effect of withdrawal of water from Farakka No To Concorde India’s refusal to allow Concorde flights over the country is based mainly on grounds of possible injurious effects on life Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation Raj Bahadur said in Parliament He made it clear that we have no intention at all to “squeeze out” any civil aviation benefits from the UK Indo-Pak Talks India and Pakistan were likely to agree on resuming overflights and air links when they reopen talks in Islamabad on normalisation of relations diplomatic sources said An Indian delegation led by Foreign Secretary JS Mehta and including officials from the ministries of home civil aviation shipping and transport railways and finance was scheduled to hold talks with Pakistani officials for three days For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanjaya Baru | Published: September 16 2014 2:10 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday Sept 3 after his Japan tour (Source: PTI photo) Related News Wrapping up an account of the Narendra Modi government’s foreign policy activism in its first hundred days in office External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj claimed last week that Indian diplomacy had moved into high gear with its “fast-track diplomacy” The foreign ministry’s public diplomacy division has published a colourful booklet filled with photographic evidence of the government’s impressive global engagement in the past three months In claiming credit for this diplomatic activism the foreign minister has drawn attention to a new facet of power in the contemporary world which John Chipman of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) explored in an essay for the Munich Security Conference of 2013 Students of international relations and diplomacy are familiar with Joseph Nye’s concept of hard power and soft power as well as Hillary Clinton’s smart power Chipman suggested on more recent evidence that a nation state’s ability to influence developments in an increasingly complex and fast-changing world other things being equal is determined by the “speed” of its diplomacy Thus proposed Chipman fast power matters too While hard power and soft power are necessary attributes of sustainable power projection by nation states smart and fast power can help nations big and small find their way through or adapt to complex and rapidly changing strategic environments By acting “fast” the Modi government can claim it has more than neutralised in a short period of time the negative impact of its predecessor’s months of inaction While critics and cynics may dismiss this activism as nothing more than photo-ops and collecting flying miles a la Hillary Clinton (the most travelled foreign minister in history) the MEA’s “fast-track diplomacy” booklet is indeed an impressive document in that it shows clarity of purpose in all this speedy activism The booklet itself draws attention to four different categories of diplomatic engagement by Modi and Swaraj: first with South Asian neighbours second with East and West Asian “neighbours” third with the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (P-5) and finally India’s most important economic and strategic partners led now by Japan and including Australia Brazil South Africa and Singapore Within its first 100 days in office the Modi government has engaged all Swaraj’s last port of call at the end of the 100 days was interestingly Bahrain This writer was in Bahrain watching Swaraj manoeuvre her way through the increasingly complex and charged West Asian diplomatic minefield While Swaraj’s Bahraini hosts were delighted many West Asia watchers raised their eyebrows speculating on the significance of her choice Recall the fact that the first foreign visitor Swaraj met apart from the South Asian and Indian Ocean heads of government invited to the Modi government’s swearing-in ceremony was the foreign minister of Oman another West Asian neighbour With its wide-ranging economic political and military relations Oman is an important neighbouring country Bahrain however has not had the same salience in Indian foreign policy till recently despite the long history of ties between India and the island kingdom (the rupee was the official currency of Bahrain till the Bahraini dinar was launched in the mid-1960s) and the large presence of people of Indian origin Bahrain it seems has acquired new clout in the fast-changing strategic environment of West Asia As a Shia-majority nation with a minority Sunni ruling elite stuck between the region’s big powers — a Sunni Saudi Arabia and a Shia Iran — and as host to the US’s Fifth Fleet Bahrain has understood that it has the potential to emerge as a regional Switzerland and Singapore woven together A politically neutral territory keeping a safe distance from the sectarian rivalry of regional powers and a business and financial hub offering security of life and investment In what way then does Bahrain fit into India’s emerging West Asian diplomacy The first sign of the new Indian thinking was in fact made visible during the last months of the Manmohan Singh government when then External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid chose Bahrain as the venue for a regional conference of Indian ambassadors to the Gulf By convening a meeting of India’s ambassadors to the region on the sidelines of the annual IISS conference of defence and foreign ministers the Manama Dialogue in December 2013 India signalled to the region’s rivals that it would choose a path of regional non-alignment India’s West Asian “non-alignment” meant that it would pursue good relations with all regional players namely Iran Israel Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates (India’s biggest trade partner) and the US There was no better place for the region’s ambassadors to meet to discuss this policy than Bahrain The Modi government has taken one more step It has made it clear to all regional players that it would not like to get drawn into the Muslim world’s sectarian conflicts India has so far been fortunate that such sectarian conflict has not entered Muslim politics here While former defence minister AK Antony explained away his government’s decision to establish defence ties with Saudi Arabia in sectarian terms claiming that Kerala had more Sunni than Shia Muslims and the Congress repeatedly explained away Indian friendship with Iran in terms of the importance of the Shia vote in Uttar Pradesh Telangana and a few other pockets the BJP seems to have adopted a policy of non-alignment between Sunnis and Shias if anything tilting a bit towards various Muslim minorities persecuted in Sunni-majority countries The BJP government has also had no difficulty in letting everyone know that maintaining good and strategic relations with Israel will not come in the way of seeking better relations with Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq and the Gulf states With China reducing its dependence on Gulf oil and gas plugging into Central Asian and Russian sources and the US increasingly energy self-sufficient it is India and other East Asian economies that will remain critically dependent on West Asian energy India also has millions of productive workers living there and remitting billions home every year However while India seeks “stability” in the region and feels Western particularly US policies are in fact destabilising West Asia it has not done enough on its own to help stabilise a region of great strategic importance to it West Asia seeks Indian hard soft smart and fast power projection Having enunciated the doctrine of high-speed diplomacy the Modi government now needs the intellectual and administrative wherewithal to think and act fast The writer is director for geo-economics and strategy International Institute of Strategic Studies and honorary senior fellow Centre for Policy Research New Delh express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 17 2017 8:24 pm Shilpa Shetty nails androgynous style at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad (Source: mohitrai/ Instagram) Related News When it comes to a power outfit Shilpa Shetty packs quite a punch That her sari drapes are enchanting has been proven many times in the past but this time the fashionista nailed a pantsuit and how For the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad the actor chose to go formal in a black suit with a touch of velvet prints on it from the house of Ashish N Soni We like the one-shoulder double-breasted blazer that stylist Mohit Rai chose to pair with a white shirt from BCBGMAXAZRIA A chic knotted tie added finishing touches to the actor’s attire along with nude pumps from Christian Louboutin For the accessories Rai chose a Cartier watch keeping the actor’s attire as sharp as possible Check out the pics of the actor’s look here Minimal make-up nude lips and side-parted hair rounded off her look nicely We love Shetty in fierce formals but what about you Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by SRINIVAS JANYALA | Hyderabad | Published: June 29 2017 2:57 am Related News DAYS AFTER it emerged that at least 16 people from tribal families in a small remote village on a hilltop in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district died of water-borne diseases after the primary source of their drinking water was contaminated health and medical department staff on Wednesday held demonstrations on how to use water filters The Kondareddi tribals ruled by superstitions and age-old beliefs that they should draw water only from ponds or hill streams were not impressed however officials said The locals reportedly took the water filters home but did not even unpack them They had to be coaxed into using them according to officials “These people believe in collecting water from streams or ponds on the hill for their daily requirements They don’t even use borewells and handpumps that are present in the hamlet due to some superstition” said Dr M Padma Special Commissioner Tribal Welfare Andhra Pradesh “Unfortunately their water source got contaminated We have provided four-litre water filters to each home; hopefully they will start using them’’ According to reports a dead animal in the pond from where the people drew their drinking water led to outbreak of a disease While 16 people have been reported dead in two weeks from end-May more than 30 others have been admitted in various hospitals with diarrhea and viral fever According to officials the people of Chaparai a tribal hamlet on a hilltop in Yarlagadda Ramavaram mandal of East Godavari usually come down only to buy their ration from the weekly market and they did not inform anyone about the deaths Twenty days after the first death reportedly took place an Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) worker from the primary health centre (PHC) at Y Ramavaram went to the hamlet on June 19 to check on pregnant women and learnt about the deaths She sounded the alarm Since then dozens of teams — led by District Collector Kartikeya Mishra health and medical teams and Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) officials led by Project Officer Dinesh Kumar — are camping in the area to ensure that the local people from tribal communities do not drink unfiltered or non-purified water On Tuesday and Wednesday medical teams administered treatment including injections and medicines to all residents as a precautionary measure “We are checking the feasibility of setting up RO (reverse osmosis a water purification technology) plants in future in remote villages in the nine areas under ITDA’’ Health Minister Kamineni Srinivasa Rao said Finding that there were not enough medicines at the health centres in the mandal to meet an emergency the government has lifted the cap on storing medicines at PHCs and with community health workers For all the latest Hyderabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Manchester | Published: August 3 2017 12:59 am Captain Faf du Plessis said the absence of a fully-fit Vernon Philander was a “killer blow” (Source: AP) Top News Opening bowler Vernon Philander is over the viral infection that South Africa say cost them the third test against England earlier this week and looking forward to trying to level the series when the final test starts on Friday Philander’s participation in the 239-run defeat at The Oval was restricted by a stomach bug that hit him so hard he had to spend a night in hospital after suffering serious dehydration But he still bowled 32 overs in the two innings and took two wickets albeit at “70-80 intensity” and frequently having to go back to the dressing room “It got a lot worse having to bowl after losing a lot of fluids The night in hospital being on a drip revitalised me but it all came back up again the next day All in all I’m a lot better I’m energised and have replenished a lot of the fluids” he said on Wednesday after net practice ahead of the fourth test at Old Trafford South Africa trail 2-1 in the series after being well beaten at The Oval as they were bowled out before tea on Monday Captain Faf du Plessis said the absence of a fully-fit Philander was a “killer blow” “It’s obvious when I say someone like Vernon Philander missing out was costly” Philander said on Wednesday the South Africans had made a strong review of their mistakes in the defeat and would be focusing on maintaining extended periods of consistency to put the home side under pressure in the last game of a lengthy tour “We let ourselves down but there is still everything to play for The series has been a rollercoaster so have the margins of victory and defeat The boys are ready for this one we have had a few hard chats but the players will take ownership of their performances and improve in the next match “We have an honesty policy in the side We all admitted that it wasn’t our best test match As players we take ownership of our performances We let ourselves down with the bat in the first innings and we have been brutally honest about it We are looking forward to correcting those mistakes in this match and hopefully we can level the series” Philander told reporters England won the first test at Lords by 211 runs while South Africa levelled the series at Trent Bridge by winning the second by 340 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 12 2015 6:45 pm Arjun Rampal posted a picture of his wife Mehr Jesia and daughters Myra Rampal Mahikaa Rampal on Instagram who had come to pay him a visit in Shillong Related News Speculations had been rife about the growing distances between actor Arjun Rampal and his wife Mehr Jessia The actor put end to all such rumours as he posted a picture of his wife and daughters Myra Rampal Mahikaa Rampal on Instagram who had come to pay him a visit in Shillong Arjun Rampal has been keeping busy lately with the shooting of his upcoming movie ‘Rock On 2’ Directed by Shujaat Saudagar the movie which also stars Shraddha Kapoor Farhan Akhtar and Prachhi Desai is being shot in Shillong The cast of the movie missed Diwali this year as they were busy shooting but Arjun’s wife Mehr along with their daughters flew to Shillong to celebrated the festival together Share This Article Related Article Arjun Rampal posted a picture of the three ladies of his house in Instagram and wrote “The girls join me in Shillong for Diwali Lovely to have them around” ‘Rock On 2’s shooting is in full swing and the film will release in September 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: August 13 2015 11:43 am It was business as usual for Kajol while addressing a press conference at Tanishaa Mukherjee’s play However the incessant ringing of her phone right in the middle of the press meet threw the the usually cool and composed Kajol into deep disarray (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News It was business as usual for Kajol while addressing a press conference at her sister Tanishaa Mukherjee’s play ‘The Jury’ rexently However the incessant ringing of her phone right in the middle of the press meet threw the the usually cool and composed Kajol into deep disarray Excusing herself Kajol picked up her phone and moved away from the cameras to converse Soon enough the colour drained off her happy face as she spoke to the caller on the other end The call which lasted for barely two minutes was enough to make Kajol suddenly change her plans for the evening Dropping her sister’s event she immediately called her driver and instructed him to get her car ASAP while she rushed out of the venue In the meanwhile the actress made a few more calls and one could also catch a glimpse of her tear soaked eyes As soon as her car arrived Kajol asked her driver to move aside and herself got into the driver’s seat and zoomed off It now emerges that the call was made by none other than her husband Ajay Devgn The actor was reportedly taking care of their son Yug who was not keeping well while Kajol was away Sources say that Yug’s temperature soared prompting a worried father Ajay to give a SOS call to Kajol and the concerned mother immediately rushed back home Share This Article Related Article Thankfully Yug is back to the pink of his health and Ajay too tweeted his heartfelt thanks to his wife Kajol for her concern for Yug All’s well that ends well we say For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 4 2016 3:01 pm Leicester City will begin their title defence with a trip to promoted Hull City (Source: Reuters) Top News Premier League champions Leicester City could strengthen their squad further before the transfer window closes at the end of August manager Claudio Ranieri has said Ranieri has made five signings since winning the title bringing in midfielder Nampalys Mendy goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler defender Luis Hernandez striker Ahmed Musa and winger Bartosz Kapustka The Foxes fought off interest from Arsenal to tie down last season’s top scorer Jamie Vardy to a new contract but did lose influential midfielder N’Golo Kante to rivals Chelsea Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez’s future remains uncertain with a host of clubs reported to be vying for his signature despite Ranieri’s reluctance to sell “It’s difficult to say ‘yes everything is finished’” Ranieri told reporters after his side lost 4-2 to Spanish champions Barcelona in a friendly in Stockholm on Wednesday “Maybe something could happen during this final market if we had the opportunity to improve our squad but at the moment we are okay” Musa who signed from CSKA Moscow for a reported club record 16 million pounds ($2126 million) scored both of Leicester’s goals in the defeat The La Liga champions won comfortably thanks to goals from Luis Suarez and Rafael Mujica and a brace from Munir El Haddadi Leicester face FA Cup winners Manchester United in the Community Shield on Sunday and begin their title defence with a trip to promoted Hull City on Aug 13 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 19 2015 2:57 am Related News Nearly a month after women hostel residents at Jamia Millia Islamia termed its rules “sexist and hypocritical” the varsity in a letter to the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) claimed that it was “in the process of revisiting the extant guidelines” to “uphold gender equality” At the beginning of the new academic session the university had barred women hostel residents from taking permission for ‘late nights’ and asked them to be back inside the hostel premises by 8 pm “I wish to submit that Jamia Millia Islamia is in the process of revisiting the extant guidelines in various respects to uphold gender equality on the campus” stated a letter to DCW from the Jamia Registrar’s office Share This Article Related Article The university administration also provided a copy of the set of rules governing its hostels “The details given by the university showed that hostel timings for girls and boys were different As a result the DCW had asked the university to work on gender equality We have now received a letter from Jamia assuring us that these guidelines will be revisited in order to ensure gender equality Jamia also said that they will look at the hostel timings of other universities” said a DCW official In a letter to Jamia Millia Islamia Vice Chancellor Talat Ahmed last month commission chairperson Swati Maliwal had raised concerns about the revised hostel rules While asking Jamia authorities to provide reasons for “posing such restrictions on girl students” Maliwal had asked them to provide DCW with a copy of the older as well as revised guidelines concerning hostel timings Pointing to media reports about the alleged discriminatory guidelines issued by the varsity regarding hostel timings Maliwal had stated “It is observed that no such guidelines have been issued by other universities and even in Jamia they seem to have been issued only for girls and not for boys thereby raising allegations of discrimination” Following the university’s assurance Maliwal asked them to ensure implementation of the new and equitable guidelines at the earliest “I wish to reiterate our belief that all rules and regulations including those regarding hostel timings and permissions therein should be uniform and alike for both girls and boys” she said Offering to help the university administration in ensuring security on campus Maliwal said “If the administration feels there are certain challenges in making these rules equitable such as lack of adequate policing around the campus streetlights not functioning or any other issues please let us know” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News in 2010. 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