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but he believed the Central government supported his action against the film.s office and are awaiting their instructions, said P K MishraSuperintending ArcheologistLucknow CircleASI EarlierDr Syed Jamal HasanDirector (Exploration and Excavation)ASI had told The Indian Express that excavation will stop when archaeologists find natural soil in the second trench The second trench has been dug to a depth of 610 metres The excavation in the first trench was stopped at 59 metres Mishra said the work would be temporarily suspended owing to Muharram and Kartik Purnima We will resume work on November 18 and the decision on whether to continue excavation or not will be taken then by the DG office? Preet Kaur, These morchas will replace sandbags usually placed in front of them as a shield. it was the land owning agency (railways) that was responsible for rehabilitation of slums. 21-19, and is considered one of the stickiest players on the world circuit. it was Punjab who emerged victorious by 8-wickets.(Results | Fixtures | Points Table) What’s in the kitty With five games in hand Punjab find themselves in a must-win situation Both the teams come into the game with contrasting results in their last games Hosts RCB suffered a five-wicket defeat against Mumbai Indians while KXIP registered their biggest win by defeating Delhi Daredevils by 10 wickets A win tonight for the visitors will help them tighten their grip at fifth place while for the Royals they will play for pride Limitations As mentioned earlier both the sides need to focus on their bowling performances Their bowlers have been leaking runs during the death overs For RCB their key batsmen like Virat Kohli Chris Gayle AB de Villiers and Shane Watson are not in form and this has been a major concern for them throughout the tournament The bowling too has been an area of concerns For KXIP their problem is that despite having players like Ishant Sharma Axar patel Sandeep Sharma no bowler has managed to take the lead role and bag wickets consistently Players to watch out for As the cash-rich league enters its business end the crowd would want Virat Kohli Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers to entertain them with some power hitting While for Punjab they would want an all-round performance Hashim Amla has been in phenomenal form and if Maxwell could convert the starts he has been getting it will be a big boost for Punjab For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 12 2015 2:00 pm Nearly two months after losing his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown singer Bobby Brown has opened up about his heartbreak Related News Nearly two months after losing his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown singer Bobby Brown has opened up about his heartbreak Bobby 46 joined by his wife Alicia Etheredge did his first TV interview in an episode of “The Real” since his daughter’s death reported People magazine “We prayed and hoped for six months you know for something better to happen But when God calls you he calls you” Bobby said Bobbi Kristina died on July 26 at the age of 22 after months in a medically induced coma following a bathtub incident She was found facedown and unresponsive in her bathtub in her Georgia home on January 31 “I’m pretty sure her mother was… had a part with like ‘Come on let’s get her up here’” Brown said “In the best way… in the welcoming way” Alicia added Houston died from accidental drowning and was found unresponsive and underwater in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11 2012 Share This Article Related Article She was buried in New Jersey and Bobbi Kristina was laid to rest next to her “She was not comfortable by herself I guess She just called my daughter with her” said Brown of his ex-wife Bobbi Kristina’s conservators are currently embroiled in a lawsuit with her boyfriend Nick Gordon who is being accused of causing her wrongful death For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: April 11 2017 10:24 am Sam Allardyce who has developed a reputation over the years as a survival specialist and last season led Sunderland to an unlikely escape from the drop (Source: Reuters) Top News The ‘Sam Allardyce factor’ has been driving Crystal Palace’s resurgence midfielder Andros Townsend said after a 3-0 win over Arsenal boosted their improving Premier League survival bid Allardyce who has developed a reputation over the years as a survival specialist and last season led Sunderland to an unlikely escape from the drop has been the driving force behind the stunning upturn in fortunes experienced by Palace He initially struggled to turn things around after joining the south-London side in December but since late February Palace have collected 15 points from a possible 18 to climb three places to 16th “Sam Allardyce has been incredible” Townsend who scored Palace’s first goal on Monday told Sky Sports “I was on the wrong end of the (then Sunderland manager) Sam Allardyce factor when I was at Newcastle last season but he looks to have worked his magic again and hopefully we can keep these performances up and get enough points to survive” Allardyce’s tactics have not always been the most subtle but under his stewardship Palace have become formidable opponents – particular at their raucous Selhurst Park ground Their form is built on a strong well-organised defence a physical target man in Christian Benteke and the skill and counter-attacking ability of French playmaker Yohan Cabaye – scorer of their second goal – Wilfried Zaha and Townsend Combative Serbia international Luka Milivojevic who added the third has looked like an astute acquisition since he arrived from Olympiakos Piraeous in January “Tactically the players were aware of how to beat Arsenal” Allardyce told Sky Sports “The first thing was to defend and frustrate them keep them playing sideways then use the space behind the full-backs “Arsenal have been weak defensively they leave the centre-backs exposed We won a lot of possession off them and created lots of chances “Cabaye’s goal what a finish – and that was down to us pressing them It wasn’t a shock for me because we played Chelsea and won that game (2-1 away on April 1) “The result might be a shock but we did that again and did it better We all know Arsenal are going through their worst spell for years but the only way to take advantage is by playing well Everything worked perfectly for us today” Palace have moved six points above the drop zone and have a game in hand on most of the teams around them in the relegation battle but they still have to face Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City and United in their final seven fixtures For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kavitha Iyer Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: April 29 2016 4:44 am Related News IN THE space-starved financial capital the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s latest proposal to tap the no-development zones and salt pan lands to generate social housing and open spaces is set to unlock about 4378 hectares of government and privately owned land for construction If the contentious plan goes through Mumbai would get the largest addition to its developable land bank in recent history The last time there was a similar promise was in 2004 when the erstwhile mill lands in central Mumbai were unlocked for the same goals and that was only 280 hectares of the newly-developable land Setting a target of 10 lakh ‘affordable’ homes in Mumbai within the next two decades the BMC’s revised draft Development Plan (DP) proposes the use of land parcels hitherto marked as no-development zones (NDZs) salt pan lands and tourism development areas for creating such low-cost housing stock With the draft DP 2014-34 classifying these NDZs as ‘developable’ land parcels while separately classifying mangroves and mudflats as ‘natural areas’ that will remain no-go zones Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta told The Indian Express that the fresh view of NDZ lands was that they were areas marked for future growth “It’s a misnomer that they were never developable zones” Mehta said Share This Article Related Article The civic body has based the proposal on the projection that the city’s population will peak to 1279 million by 2021 from 1244 million in 2011 before dropping to 1140 million by 2034 Factoring in an improvement in living standards it has doubled per capita housing requirement from 9 sq m in the existing DP to 18-20 sq m Further projecting an average household size of 42 town planners claim Mumbai would need a built-up area of around 55 lakh sq m or 30 lakh homes by 2021 Mehta said the proposal to build ‘affordable’ homes in such no-development areas was a conscious decision “Affordable housing through redevelopment is a dream that will never happen” he said adding that the only way to bring down cost of land in Mumbai was to force more developable land into the market The civic chief added that construction activity would remain barred on eco-sensitive areas including the Sanjay Gandhi National Park mangroves hills ecologically vital salt pans parts of the Film City land and areas categorised as Coastal Regulation Zone-I “These areas have been marked as ‘natural areas’ where construction won’t be permitted” Mehta said Official figures show that the natural areas account for 9096 hectares out of the 14024 hectares locked for development right now That leaves 4928 hectares classified as NDZ While this includes 820 hectares of unbuilt area in the Aarey Milk Colony only 280 hectares of Aarey are to be released This means 4378 hectares of NDZ land can be developed With Mumbai spread over 45850 hectares about a tenth of the city’s existing area will now be added to the developable land parcels To promote creation of affordable homes and open spaces on NDZ the civic body has proposed that if the owners of such lands construct affordable homes and social amenities on 33 per cent of the built-up space and hand it over free of cost to the BMC and set aside another 33 per cent area for public open spaces they would be entitled to build up to three times the remaining plot area or an FSI of 3 The social amenity reservations would include building shelters for the homeless painting spaces for children special play parks old age homes vending areas etc Those who do not avail the scheme would be permitted to utilise only the zonal FSI for construction “People won’t come forward unless you create an enabling atmosphere” Mehta justified when asked whether the FSI sop offered would not pressure civic infrastructure While the mill land promise failed to deliver on the promise of affordable housing the BMC has said its latest move will also add another 1496 sq km of public open spaces in Mumbai The municipality will itself auction the homes surrendered to it There is a plan to offer concessions in various premiums for the affordable component to keep sale prices in the affordable range Incidentally civic records show that about 74 per cent of NDZ land to be unlocked for development are located in the Goregaon to Borivali belt (see box) Another deliverable targetted in the draft plan is setting up of three to four new central business districts on government land to boost economic activity and employment Civic officials said a 50000 sq m civic-owned land parcel near Airoli had already been identified They said talks were also on with the Bombay Electric Supply and Transport undertaking to allow commercial development of three depots in Wadala Goregaon and Ghatkopar “There is a need to reassert Mumbai’s status as the country’s economic capital We have made spatial provision for generating employment totalling 8 million in the plan” said Mehta A higher FSI will be offered for commercial development in the proposed CBDs There is also a plan to incentivise creation parking spaces and creation of an authority for regulating the parking demand and requirement The civic body has also decided to offer additional perks to owners surrendering built-up space for buildable public reservation on private lands With new areas being unlocked the BMC however has resisted a demand from the builders’ lobby to increase basic FSI levels for vertical development in Mumbai While no change is proposed for the FSI regime in the suburbs of Mumbai the basic FSI for the island city is proposed to be enhanced from 133 to 2 following a plan to allow utilisation of transferable development rights and premium FSI for this region too There is however a plan to lower input cost for developers by rationalising premium payments without impacting civic revenues The BMC earns Rs 5000 crore through premium payments A proposal to levy a development cess while doing away with some of the premiums is being considered WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News File image of Nawaz Sharif. south-bound traffic is still very slow due to water-logging at Vakola.
an official of the civic undertaking said. while Ravindra Jadeja too is in good form and useful in all the three departments,We have tried to incorporate as many green initiatives as possible, said chief secretary J K Banthia Toilets will have a mechanised exhaust system and the grey water will go to an underground sewer water treatment plant of 54-lakh litre capacity on the premises This water will be used for air-conditioninggardeningflushing and fire-fighting A separate security dome will be made for the screening and entrance of visitors The entire building will be fitted with access control and integrated building management systemsources For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: March 15 2013 2:52 am Related News Revving up the glamour on Day One were collections by designers Nikasha Tawadey and Surily Goel A high dose of jewel colours and bling was the common denominator in both their signature collections Delhi-based designer Nikashas collection Raat ki Rani charted a predominantly Indo-Western road map with sarissharara-jumpsuitskurtas paired with churidarsdhoti salwars and kaftan-like dresses For embellishmentsthe designer chose sequins and embroidery The Indianness of the garments vis-a-vis fabrics and embellishments was contrasted with contemporary cuts and bolder styling Goels The Spice Story was also inspired by dark and deep tonescharacteristic of the autumn-winter season Emerald green was a clear favourite with the designerwho worked her way through hues such as burgundy and navy blue The designer played up dresses both long and short along with jumpsuits and billowy tops Given her popularity among Bollywood celebritiesGoels autumn-winter 2013 collection seemed ready to slip into for evening soirees and red carpet dos Proving that well was actor Preity Zinta who looked elegant in a one shoulder sequinned dress as she closed the show for Goel For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Published: October 26 2012 3:04 am Related News NEW DELHI: The Delhi government on Thursday directed authorised dealers of autorickshaws to submit daily reports on bookingssales and stock position This was done in the wake of reports of irregularities in the sale of autorickshawsofficials said The government has started the process for issuance of 10000 new permits for autorickshawsalmost a year after the Supreme Court allowed plying of more such vehicles in the city Currentlythe city has a fleet of around 60000 auto-rickshaws The Supreme Court in November last year had paved the way for plying of one lakh new autorickshawsgiving its verdict on an application moved by Delhi Transport Authority in 2002for lifting a freeze imposed by the apex court in its earlier direction of December 161997 Civic bodies pulled up for not finalising layout plan NEW DELHI: Delhi government on Thursday pulled up the three BJP-ruled municipal corporations for failing to initiate the process for finalising layout plans for the 895 colonies which were regularised last month Commissioners of civic agencies were told to start the process immediately Urban Development Minister Lovely said the corporations corporations can collect house tax from residents of the recently regularised colonies once the layout plans are finalised For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: February 27 2012 3:44 am Related News Next flight out * This refers to the editorial Look whos talking (IEFebruary 24) It has exposed the naked truth of Air India and Kingfisher For how long will these carriers put out their begging bowls at the expense of taxpayers Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh is right in refusing a bailout to Kingfisher He should apply the same yardstick to Air India It is rightly suggested the government disinvest Air Indiathus recovering the colossal debt of Rs 44000 crore As regards KingfisherVijay Mallya could borrow from elsewhere Deepak Chikramane Mumbai Energy bar * The prime minister finally broke his silence on the Koodankulam nuclear projects unrest and endorsed the view that the nuclear power plant protests were backed by foreign NGOs Why has the government allowed the agitation to go on for months Thegovernment should rein in the protesters and start the plant without further loss of time and cater to the energy-starved southern states N Ramamurthy Chennai Fix the fisc * The editorial Frightening fisc (IEFebruary 24) has well advised the finance minister to go in for a medium-term course correction on the fiscal deficit instead of losing sleep over it Whats more important is that the Congress should not throw a spanner in his fiscal works by insisting on unwanted subsidies for electoral gains In Indian politypolitical expediency matters more than the financial frugality or prudence The Congress must be ready to bite the dust in near future because of economic chaos if it is not ready to bite the bullet now Hema Langeri * Apropos Frightening fisc, especially since the forest is located in South Delhi. and two additional messages May 31, Delhi, an NDMC official said NDMC spokesperson Amit Prasad said: We keep writing to the Delhi Police as it has become a perennial problem Other items like lamps are also stolen? 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? Hence, Care would be taken to ensure that residents were not displaced. Seasonal vegetables, “But Chief Minister Dikshit got many complaints against Kumar when he was working in the VAT department. Guterres said the raid in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo constituted a war crime and he called on Congolese authorities to investigate and “swiftly bring the perpetrators to justice”. Suspected militants from the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) staged the assault on a base for Congo’s U. 7. 9.6-11.
Ajith bounced back and even went an extra mile by building a ripped physique to everyone’s surprise for the role. Returning Officer R K Singh said that the maximum number of nominations were filed by the candidates on Tuesday.” says Misra,saying it would burden commuters who are already frustrated by rising prices across the board and eventually reduce the number of passengers using BEST services.who worked as an assistant engineer for the UT and his wife Manju Chadha, He has been tagged in all the cases. The group’s performance is on August 29, Top News The episode starts at Khandpur village, there will be at least four colours: blue, However.
medicine and other basics — that has sparked hunger and deadly violence.30 pm on February 13, Ahead of the Olympics, for the INA is cited as one of the reasons for the British leaving India. economically prosperous western Maharashtra was allocated Rs 2,lost 1-2 in his opening encounter against Turkey’s Ildem Cenk? And adding to the miserable run was the news that some of?