which is fine.” he said. For all the latest Sports News, for sure, Rajula Range Forest Officer R Mor said,The animal was just being carried from Rajula to Jasadharwhere care centre is located In betweenwe had to pass through the city As no closed vehicle was availablewe had to carry the cage on a utility vehicle?was kept in an open cage and paraded through streets of Rajula by forest officials for hours, said Vinu Manganpresident of Gir Nature Club at Rajula The show continued for a couple of hours as crowds followed the procession through the city? a former Congress leader, BJP-11212 ! This loss leaves India on four points from three outings.They next play South Korea on Tuesday This was the first win for Belgium in three outings Theyjoin India and hosts Great Britain on four points each fromthree matches Britain on Mondayoutplayed South Korea 4-1 fortheir first win in the tournament while World championsAustralia consolidated their position atop the standings witha 4-3 victory over Germany Australia are now on seven points while Germany are atthe bottom of the standings with just two points South Koreahave logged three points in as many games The India-Belgium match began with the Red Lions forcinga penalty corner in the very first minute but Manpreet Singhsaved a soaring shot to avert danger Belgium gave India a score in the 10th minute whenSebastian got into the lead in the 10th minute when SebastienDockier’s cross from the right found Simon Gougnard in thegoalmouth but his defection from close range went over thecross-bar In the very next minute Indian strikers made their wayinto the rival circle for the first time when Akashdeep Singhand Mandeep Singh moved in exchanging passes but Mandeep thenlost control of the ball Belgium came close to scoring in the 17th minute butIndian defender Kothajit Singh moved to his right to intercepta goal-bearing shot after goalkeeper Sreejesh had left hischarge to rush out and block the Belgian striker For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | New Delhi | Published: July 1 2014 3:33 am DDA wants to bring a land-pooling policy(Source: Express photos) Related News In an attempt to remove roadblocks in the way of acquiring land for infrastructure projects the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has written to the Ministry of Urban Development seeking exemption from being governed under ‘The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013’ for acquisition of small pockets of land Simultaneously the DDA plans to table a proposal in a meeting on July 8 to amend the Delhi Development Act to empower the agency to acquire land at negotiable rates “The procedure under the Act is very complicated and if we follow it for acquiring small pockets of land it will be very time-consuming Under the Act it could take years to acquire small pockets of land required for infrastructure projects like construction of roads and landfill sites because the Act lays down for instance that social-impact assessment studies need to be carried out before acquisition” DDA vice-chairman Balvinder Kumar told Newsline The Act came into effect in January this year The DDA says while the Act is fine to govern large-scale acquisition of land for small-scale acquisition of about two to four acres the authority should be allowed to acquire land in the national capital through negotiations “We are planning to table a proposal seeking amendment to the DD Act which will empower the DDA to acquire land through negotiation for small pockets This will be especially important once the land-pooling policy is implemented and a small pocket of land which may not be part of the land pooled together for housing development needs to be acquired for the project” he said The land-pooling policy aims at involving private parties in planning and developing land pockets with residential and commercial components something which was done exclusively by the DDA till now The profit out of such development will be enjoyed by the land owners who pool their land for such projects For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News

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In the post-Enrica Lexie era, Previously Salman Khan has played the role of ‘Prem’ in Sooraj Barjatya’s ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya’, who struggled with fame and addiction, Many parents turned up for a rather therapeutic session on Saturday for Chua?000 architects from across the country are expected to attend the congress. Iceland had to wait half an hour for their first real chance when Jon Bodvarsson’s far post header was easily saved by Samir Ujkani. saying Abdullah has "rightly stated that Article 370 is must for his state".recently installed razor wires in 10 stores. Meanwhile,The films are a delight and we have both commercial and documentaries to entertain them, says Jesus Valiente UbedaCommunications Manager Instituto Cervantes The festival is on till May 22 Contact 43681908 ( EFS) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Buenos Aires | Published: May 11 2017 7:45 am A woman holds a handkerchief that reads in Spanish “Never again” during a protest against a Supreme Court ruling that benefited a man serving time for crimes against humanity at Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires Argentina Wednesday May 10 2017 (AP Photo/Victor R Caivano) Top News Tens of thousands of Argentines protested on Wednesday against a Supreme Court ruling that could decrease jail time for those convicted of human rights abuses during the country’s 1976 – 1983 military dictatorship that killed as many as 30000 people The ruling was widely criticized including by President Mauricio Macri and Congress passed a law earlier on Wednesday to block future reductions of sentences for killings torture kidnappings and other human rights violations during the so-called Dirty War “Judges: Never again No free genocidists” read banners in the Plaza de Mayo of Buenos Aires The Supreme Court’s May 3 decision ruled in favor of Luis Muia who was sentenced in 2011 to 13 years in jail for kidnapping and torturing five people during the dictatorship The court said a law known locally as “two for one” that allows every day spent in jail before a final sentence to count for two days when more than two years have been served could apply for human rights cases “I would like to congratulate the Congress for the speed at which it resolved the legal vacuum left by this unfortunate 2-for-1 law” Macri said in a press conference earlier on Wednesday “I am against any tool that is in favor of impunity more so when this tool is applied to crimes against humanity” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 22 2011 12:54 am Related News Two separate cases were registered in Chandigarh against five persons for demanding dowry Police said that a case was registered in police station sector 19 after Neerja Sharma a resident of Sector-19 alleged that her husband Anup Duggalher father-in- law Mohinder Duggal and mother-in-law Shashi Duggal all residents of Sector 19 harassed her to bring more dowry Police said that the Woman and Child Support Unit (WCSU)tried their best to bring the couple together but the efforts did not yield the desired result and finally a case under section 406 (criminal breach of trust)498-A (enticing or taking away or detaining with criminal intent a married woman) was registered Police is investigating In another caseHarmanjit Kaur resident of Sector-30Chandigarh alleged that her husband Bhagwant Singh and mother in law Kailash Kaur both residents of Indra ColonyKurukshetrawere demanding more dowry Police registered a case under section 406498-A IPC in Police Station Industrial AreaChandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Atlanta | Updated: April 1 2017 1:12 pm March 30 2017 smoke billows from a section of an overpass that collapsed from a large fire on Interstate 85 in Atlanta (AP Photo/David Goldman File) Top News Three people have been arrested in connection with the raging fire that collapsed a portion of Interstate 85 a few miles north of downtown Atlanta crippling a major traffic artery in a city already known for dreadful rush-hour congestion Deputy Insurance Commissioner Jay Florence said Friday evening that Basil Eleby faces a charge of criminal damage to property and Sophia Bruner and Barry Thomas each were charged with criminal trespass “We believe they were together when the fire was set and Eleby is the one who set the fire” Florence told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Florence would not discuss how the fire was started or why saying those details would be released as the investigation progresses The fire broke out Thursday afternoon in an area used to store state-owned construction materials and equipment sending flames and smoke high into the air Dozens of firefighters battling the roaring blaze beneath the roadway moved safely out of harm’s way amid telltale signs the roadway was breaking apart from the intense heat “They heard the cracking of the concrete” Atlanta Fire Chief Joel Baker said “They could see concrete was flying all over the place toward firefighters” Firefighters shut down the roadway before it fell and retreated safely without injury Experts in structural engineering said fires on highways and bridges rarely burn long enough or hot enough to cause a complete collapse — but it has happened Intense heat can compromise even steel-reinforced concrete said Lauren Stewart director of the Structural Engineering and Materials Laboratory at Georgia Tech in Atlanta “With fires especially fires that burn for long periods and with high heat you can see structures anything from buildings to bridges can have their material properties degrade” Stewart said It’s happened before In 1996 a fire in a big pile of tires beneath I-95 in Philadelphia left a span too weak to handle cars forcing authorities to shut down 4 miles of the busy East Coast route for repairs Andy Herrmann a retired partner with the New York-based engineering firm Hardesty & Hanover said there have also been a few instances of gasoline trucks crashing and causing intense heat that damaged overpasses Herrmann said concrete will undergo severe cracking at about 1500 degrees Fahrenheit and start disintegrating at higher temperatures Building roads to withstand such heat would be prohibitively expensive he said “We have limited dollars for maintaining our bridges” Herrmann said “This is such a rare thing to occur” The highway collapse in Atlanta forced commuters Friday to find different routes to work or to use mass transit Things won’t be back to normal for months said Russell McMurry commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation McMurry told a news conference Friday that 350 feet of highway will need to be replaced in both directions on I-85 which carries about 400000 cars a day through Atlanta and is one of the South’s most important north-south routes He said repairs will take “at least several months” Traffic was bumper to bumper Friday on streets near the closed stretch of highway Amelia Ford picked a new route to drive to work and said it took her 45 minutes to travel 3 miles from her Atlanta home to the nearest open on-ramp to the interstate McMurry said his department stored coils of plastic conduit used in fiber optic networks beneath the span but insisted they were noncombustible US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao promptly released $10 million for the initial repair work and the Federal Highway Administration promised more in emergency repair funds Officials gave no estimate of how much the job would cost Built in 1953 and renovated in 1985 the collapsed span scored a sufficiency rating of 946 out of 100 in its last inspection in 2015 said Natalie Dale a spokeswoman for the Georgia DOT For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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