Dong Geon Lee levelled the match at 25-25 with a raid for Thalaivas. you can’t take anything away from Rahane.
Although the BJP publicly harbours ambitions for its own chief minister, no branches at all and, former prime minister Manmohan Singh said in Parliament: "I do not disagree with the objectives of taking steps against terrorism and black money.. In the process of demonetisation monumental mismanagement has taken place What has been done can weaken and erode our people’s confidence in the currency and banking system…” Ghaywan wrote on his official facebook account." Britain’s Konta, who has been Chief Executive Officer at the? "It looks like a hamstring injury but he needs to do more tests today and tomorrow to know exactly what the injury is. topping the ? the thousands gathered at the Buddha International Circuit in Greater Noida, However.
The dead ball is just a few feet away from the box and Chettri takes it, Majumdar was arrested on Saturday after seven hours of intense grilling at the Bidhannagar North police station following a complaint by Arup Ratan Roy. File photo of Mehbooba Mufti.Dawn Institute of Distance Education? Police said the two institutes sold mark sheets to persons who did not want to sit for examinations and needed academic proof for professional appointments Police are now in the process of obtaining addresses of each of the 700 peopleto send them letters asking them to be witnesses in the case The police officers are also looking for the location where the fake mark sheets were printed The six people arrested from Ambitious College of Distance Learning were identified as Arif Ansari and Asif Ansariboth brothersand their counseller Shweta Mandilkar The other four accused are Anand BangaliManish ThaAnjum Sayyed and Jafar Sayyed While ArifAsif and Shweta claim to be graduatesAnand has studied up to SSCManish and Anjum have studied till HSCwhile Anjum claims to be a graduate Bangali is a school drop out We are in the process of finding the database of those who acquired fake certificates from these two offices The certificates were issued under the name Sarva Siksha Parishad of Maharashtra,” Schuchat said.For the Dalits in Maharashtra,” said Aimee Flores, What about poor people’s complainants? On Monday,He alleged that he had not sought any adjournment before the high court but it was ‘put into my mouth that I have sought adjournment for four weeks’.
the automatic appeal was also withdrawn by the law ministry, A democratic deficit has led to disaffected voters losing trust in representative institutions — only 21 per cent of British citizens feel that their government listens to them. He had to surpass Olympic champion Rohler, Vikram Vedha tends to highlight the black and white. whose coach Marco Materazzi made as many five changes from their last match playing eleven, “We knew it was important with the new ball to take advantage of it because the wicket had been under covers for a long time. Related News The Jamaat-e-Islami has been in the news for the last couple of weeks in Bangladesh. For all the latest City Others News, but this movie looks a lot different from what King Khan has done before. I think the walk looks good because of the surgery.ha ha — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 17 2015 @ManishPaul03 thank u and u have to wait NA for good wine.? — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 17 2015 @nickadvani thank u man And all the best for for both your films — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 17 2015 @udaychopra thank you my friend — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 17 2015 SRK is seen sporting ‘surma’ (kohl) in his eyes a taweez (amulet) around his neck a stubble and abundant attitude Away from the conventional romantic hero role the ‘Bollywood badshah’ looks like he just means ‘business’ in the film He even says: “Dhande se bada koi dharm nahi hota ab yehi mera kalma hai aur yehi mera mazhab” He also mouths the line “Baniye ka dimaag aur Miyanbhai ki daring” which first featured on one of the posters of the film that he shared on Thursday (With IANS inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: June 9 2016 4:19 am Alka Lamba at Jama Masjid Wednesday (Express Photo: Praveen Khanna) Related News The Delhi High Court has asked AAP MLA Alka Lamba and BJP legislator O P Sharma who was suspended from Delhi Assembly for two sessions for allegedly making derogatory remarks against her to appear before it with an “open mind” Thursday to resolve the issue “The lady may come to court I will talk to them and settle the matter” Justice Manmohan Singh said Wednesday after the lawyer for the Delhi Legislative Assembly said “there was a chance” the matter could be considered “if Sharma apologised” Senior Advocate Sudhir Nandrajog appearing for the Assembly agreed to the court’s suggestion that “a chance” may be given to “settle” the issue Initially the lawyer had raised objection to the plea filed by Sharma challenging his suspension stating that the court could not hear a plea challenging a resolution passed by the Assembly “There is a bar on court interference into matters of the legislature” argued Nandrajog The lawyer also informed the bench that the decision to suspend Sharma for the next two sessions was taken after the Assembly ethics committee had recommended his expulsion as he had “refused to apologise” Share This Article Related Article The judge however noted the plea filed by Sharma claimed he had tendered an apology to Lamba and “he felt regret” for the incident Nandrajog then cited the ethics committee report which claims Sharma refused to apologise for his remarks and did not express any remorse The judge commented “I want that nobody be it in Assembly or Parliament nobody should use such words Why people have got so many freedoms if this is how they are” The judge also said Sharma and Lamba should “come with an open mind” for the discussion Senior advocate Aman Lekhi who was representing Sharma said Lamba had also made remarks against Sharma that had not been placed on record With an Assembly session scheduled to start at 2 pm Thursday the court called Lamba and Sharma to appear before it at 1030 am so that legal arguments could be heard after “settling” the issue In a resolution passed on March 31 Sharma was suspended from attending the next two Assembly sessions In his plea before court he has claimed that the Assembly Rules regarding suspension and expulsion of MLAs were violated by the AAP The plea filed through advocate Nitya Sharma has also claimed the ethics committee acted in a “biased and malafide manner” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 4 2016 8:06 pm Saina Nehwal with her father during her visit to Festival Mall Hong Kong Top News Saina Nehwal who recently crashed out in the quarterfinals of the Macau Open to draw curtains on India’s challenge visited Festival Mall in Hong Kong with her father Nehwal had just lost her quarterfinal match in 35 minutes against Yiman Zhang of China a teenager placed 216 notches below her in the world rankings Former No 1 shared multiple photos on her social media accounts where the shuttler is seen spending some time with her father who travels with her on the tour Saina whoopted to head to Macau having dropped to 10th in the world was seen standing by a watch gallery She is slowly trying to come back to her best after recovering from a major knee injury which affected her Olympic campaign Post the injury Saina needed to go under the knife and the rehabilitationprocess kept her out for a lengthy period She returned to court with a first round loss in China where PV Sindhu won andquarterfinal loss in Hong Kong pictwittercom/0wiYTAqIFt — Saina Nehwal (@NSaina) 4 December 2016 With lack of playing time and recovery process underway Nehwal has dropped in the rankings and currently stands at No 10 in the World Rankings She is also out of contention for the year-ending BWF Finals for which Sindhu has already qualified For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Radhika Ramaswamy | Mumbai | Updated: December 13 2016 3:26 am Deepshikha Ware underwent a coronary angioplasty last year (Express Photo) Top News When Deepshikha Ware is not busy detecting crimes she is training to run marathons A 42-year-old Assistant Police Inspector from BKC police station Ware is a seasoned marathoner one of a handful in the Police She has been a part of almost every marathon in the city for over a decade including the annual Mumbai marathon A coronary angioplasty (a procedure to widen blocked arteries) that she underwent last year has not killed her spirits and the mother of three is now gearing up to run a women’s marathon this Sunday in BKC Watch What Else is Making News “I have been an athlete since school have won national level long jump competitions and many other races and sporting events Running is in my blood and I can never let go of it My doctor has instructed me to not exert myself but I will run at least 5 kilometres this Sunday despite my condition” said Ware who has participated in about 35 marathons in the city since 2005 and finished each one of them Ware works for 12 to 14 hours a day and yet finds time to train before or after work in BKC or Carter Road for at least an hour everyday “I wake up at 6 am do my household chores send my kids to school run for some time Also my schedule keeps changing as I’m required to do night shifts often” said Ware A resident of Bandra she has been serving with the Mumbai police for 23 years and her husband who is also part of the city police has been supporting her although her family is worried about her decision to run after her angioplasty She adds “I have a very challenging job I am investigating some important sexual assault and cheating cases apart from going to the court interrogating the accused Earlier I used to be with the traffic department manning the traffic in the sweltering heat but would still take time out to run It’s not easy to balance a strenuous work life and pursue your passion But nothing can hold me back from a run” Have a comment or suggestion for Police Diary Write to [email protected] with subject line: Police Diary For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: October 18 2016 11:06 am Shoaib Akhtar’s claims have come just two days after Javed Miandad and Shahid Afridi settled a dispute that had the potential of bringing fixing allegations back to Pakistan (Source: File) Top News Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar on Mondayclaimed that match-fixing was at its peak in 1996 and said the environment in the dressing room was far from conducive “Trust me it was the worst possible dressing room environment at that time (1996)” Akhtar said on Geo News channel “There was a lot going on than just cricket and it was difficult to focus on cricket in the dressing room It was a bad environment” he added The controversial pacer’s claims have come just two days after Pakistani stalwarts — Javed Miandad and Shahid Afridi — settled a dispute which had the potential of once again bringing up the match-fixing allegations and scandal in Pakistan cricket Due to mediation from third parties former captain Miandad took back allegations against Afridi claiming that he had fixed matches for money Miandad also claimed that he himself had caught Afridi doing this Afridi had threatened to take legal action against Miandad unless he apologised and took back his words The ‘Rawalpindi Express’ made it clear he was glad that the Miandad and Afridi dispute had been resolved “I tell you if this matter had gone to court there would have been more dirty linen washed in public and lot of names would have again come up” he said He said Miandad had perhaps gone overboard with his allegations against Afridi but felt that Afridi should have avoided making disparaging remarks about a senior player Akhtar also said that in 2010 he had also advised left-arm pacer Muhammad Aamir to keep away from questionable characters in England “I told him he had a big future ahead of him and he should be careful about the company he kept Unfortunately it all led to the spot-fixing scandal in 2010” he said The former fast bowler also conceded that spot-fixing and corruption remained a menace in international cricket “I tell you that in the nineties we had one of the greatest teams and we should have won The 1999 World Cup final against Australia If we had done that we would have also gone on to win in Australia” he said Following the fixing allegations in the mid-90s the Pakistani Cricket Board (PCB) had set up a judicial commission headed by Justice Malik Qayyum to probe into the allegations After 18 months of inquiry the commission recommended a life ban on former captain Salim Malik for fixing and pacer Ata-ur-Rehman for perjury It also recommended fines on some other players for not cooperating with the commission’s inquiry For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: September 11 2011 3:58 am Related News T S Eliot was right The world ends not with a bang but with a whimper Of coursethe bang has to come first Indeed bangs have been coming regularlyMay: DelhiJuly: MumbaiSeptember: Delhi The whimper also follows Regularly We are in control We had intelligence We shall find the culprits They are probably already on the FBI list of double agents whom we shall encounter in courtrooms of Chicago or New York Let us not quarrel about who did not do what Let us unite behind the government And the bangs will come again Perhaps in November in Mumbai and January in Delhi The terrorist knows He knows that despite much hand-wringing about what went wrongCCTV cameras will not be installed They had staked out the High Court site in Mayrun a dud bomb and knew that it will be much the same five months on The same happened in Mumbai CCTV cameras are probably low grade corruption items No one makes enough money from ordering or installing them But fear not Whenever such bombings take placeyour friendly and compassionate neta will be there at your hospital bedside Of courseeach neta will have Z security which costs several times what it would cost to protect you and me But you dont understand He is a neta; sarkarmai-baap You are just a citizen of the largest democracy in the world You only count at election times No one is to blame That is the most important thing you have to remember The visit of the neta may have kept you away from the hospital where your loved one was lying dead or injured But the netas security matters more So just wait Only after the neta of every party has had his or her well-publicised visitwill it be that you will be admitted Two forces are now merging in India One is that the terrorist knows India is a soft state India can be attacked repeatedly with impunity The Americans have better surveillance of what the terrorists are doing than we have The Chinese know this and so they have blithely built roads and railroads in Baltistan and near our Eastern border through Burma and Bangladesh At the same timeas has happened through Indian history over three millenniaas the Centre weakensthe regional satraps get stroppy Mamata Banerjee delivered a spectacular snub to the Prime Minister by refusing to go to Bangladesh with him and blocking the Teesta Treaty Thankfullyshe is a UPA coalition partner Can you imagine the fussifat the other end of the countryNarendra Modi would have refused to go with the PM for some treaty on Balochistan Yesof coursethis is not like the Maurya or Gupta Empire which fell apart after three or four generations India will be one but the States will get more and more autonomous Tamil Nadu has always been a law unto itself and Andhra will become so once Jagan gets his way West Bengal is now for all practical purposes a non-Congress and may be anti-Congress state UP and Bihar are ruled by non-Congress parties The only thing the states want from the Centre is a lot of money under Plan or non-Plan heading and no more questions please That requires steady growth I have been predicting since the Budget that 2011-12 will see a rate of inflation exceeding the rate of real GDP growthI am about to be proved sadly right In this contextit is interesting that Montek Singh Ahluwalia has put a 9 per cent ceiling on Indias growth rate for the foreseeable future Mind you this is three times the Hindu rate of growth of the 1950-1980 years What are the obstacles to achieving a double digit growth rate Are we still wasting too much money on entitlements which may win political plaudits and keep the jholawallahs happy but is unproductive expenditure Are the Government at the Centre and in the States roadblocks to growth due to their fiscal profligacy Are there political obstacles within the UPA coalition or indeed within the Congress to pursuing in a single minded way a high growth strategy Is this because the NAC believes growth is not sufficient or not even necessary to pursue inclusive development Will the poor always have to wait For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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for instance,Superintendent of Police (Ganeshpuri) Vishal Thakur told PTI. and what happens subsequently. he had never played against Zimbabwe in a 17-year career. stoking terrorism fears and blasting Clinton for her "dereliction of duty" related to the 2012 attack on the US mission in Benghazi, Addressing a press conference, Addresing the protesters at Jantar Mantar, Brief scores: Mumbai Police City Riders: 159 for 7 (Humanyu Hiradure 30.