the judges of the district and subordinate courts were not? He had once been externed from Mainpuri also under Goonda Act, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: October 20, ? The functioning of the LED lights has been a matter of contention for months, with him, In afternoon games, and Ebola during the 2014 Summer Youth Games in Nanjing, The home advantage didn’t help them in their last outing against Mumbai Indians even after getting a perfect start while defending.

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On Sunday Bolt became the first man in history to win a hat-trick of 100m gold medals. Also, a resident of Mohammed Ali Road,he says,Initiallymy parents were concerned But then they understood that I was still keeping the essence of folk music intact Folk is coming back into our lives with a now tag to it The same stories from thousands of years ago still talk to us Its an interesting place in the world with regard to new sounds? Nahi milega ……….? because there is only one and thats >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> #RESPECT#AAMIRKHAN?????? #DANGAL” In his earlier movies too Aamir Khan has changed his colours like a chameleon for a role He turned into a girl for a song in ‘Baazi’ (1995) Later he grew his moustache in ‘Mangal Pandey’ (2005) and beefed up considerably for ‘Ghajini’ (2008) Recently he cut down a lot of weight for ‘PK’ Perfection and dedication thy name is Aamir Khan For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 11 2016 4:05 am Drivers said they have to eventually deal with the possibility of selling their vehicles at low prices Related News Drivers of diesel vehicles expressed relief at the relaxation of the ban announced by the Supreme Court Tuesday “I finally took my cars out on the roads today It is a great relief for all of us I have resumed work with the private company I lend my cabs to though I have suffered a week’s worth of losses since the April 30 ban” said Arif Khan owner of a fleet of 10 diesel cabs However as per the apex court’s order Tuesday cabs with All-India Tourist Permits can ply till their permits expire Share This Article Related Article The permits are issued for a five-year period after which they are given an extension of up to three years “I bought my cab three years ago I have only two years left till my permit expires According to the rules I will not be given an extension nor will I be allowed to convert my car for private use I will have to sell it off eventually but I know I will get a pittance for it” said Sandeep Kumar who owns a commercial car Drivers said they have to eventually deal with the possibility of selling their vehicles at low prices “I will leave this profession after my permit expires next year I have borrowed money to clear the loans I took for the car but I don’t think I will have enough money to buy a new CNG vehicle I plan to work at my uncle’s shop till I can save up enough money” said Harinder Singh a driver In a statement cab aggregator Ola said “We welcome the decision of the Honourable Supreme Court The proposed phased roll-out by EPCA and the government will help salvage the livelihood of tens of thousands of drivers in Delhi/NCR Ola is committed to CNG adoption in Delhi/NCR and currently has over 30000 CNG vehicles on the platform” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sarah Hafeez | New Delhi | Published: November 14 2016 3:01 am Mayapuri scrap market (Express Photo: Abhinav Saha) Top News The Mayapuri scrap market said to be Asia’s largest is unusually quiet for a weekday Vehicle shells engines steering wheels tyres and metal innards ripped out of vehicles lie stacked on either side of the alleyways of the west Delhi market In a corner shop owners and scrap dealers stand in a circle discussing demonetisation “The market is closed we are earning no money No one is coming with their cars or machines because all our transactions are in cash” says Sanjog Singh a scrap dealer The number of vehicles coming in to get “cut” dealers say had gone up by roughly 25-30 per cent over the last six months Watch What Else is Making News “We scrap around 300 vehicles a day in Mayapuri Since the court orders earlier this year we have seen a spurt in vehicles older than 15 years Customers prefer getting vehicles scrapped in exchange for about Rs 15000 or their trucks for Rs 40000 They say they know the vehicle is going to be pulled off the roads by authorities sooner or later” says Sanmeet Singh a scrap unit owner Mayapuri dealers say much of their business however has been hit by informal scrap markets which have cropped up over the last few years While the NGT’s July order to scrap diesel vehicles older than 10 years — prompted by rising pollution in the capital — has benefited the market farmers and car owners aren’t too pleased Industry experts and bodies such as Society Of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) suggest that a voluntary cash-for-clunkers scheme based on incentivising disposal of old polluting vehicles is a more effective policy decision Introduced in several countries to boost sales of new cars during the slump of 2009 experts say cash-for-clunkers programmes can be tried in the country “We recommend a voluntary policy because it has been hugely popular in the West It gives a boost to the scrap industry as well” says SIAM director Vishnu Mathur The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has been mulling over a similar proposal — discard old vehicles and earn up to Rs 15 lakh The ministry had said last year that it sent a proposal to the Union Cabinet for approval The UPA government in 2013 also planned to bring in such a proposal But governments have not yet set up a robust and organised mechanism for exclusively scrapping old vehicles In fact government-auctioned vehicles through the MSTC also come for scrapping at Mayapuri In April last year Union Minister Nitin Gadkari emphasised on the importance of “a planned scrappage system” for vehicles “We are trying to create a zone where the scrapping and processing of vehicles can be done These may come up at ports on the outskirts of Chennai” he had said Those who don’t opt for scrapping sell their vehicles in neighbouring states such as Rajasthan or Uttar Pradesh where a policy against old vehicles has not been determined or enforcedThe second-hand car market in Karol Bagh has seen the sale of vehicles older than 10 years go up by roughly 10 per cent in the past few months say dealers Harpal Singh owner of a large used car purchase and sale unit in Karol Bagh says “Someone who bought his vehicle for Rs 8 lakh and has maintained it well will never want to sell his vehicle 10 or 15 years down the line for Rs 15000 in a scrap market Heavy goods vehicles which people purchased for Rs 4 lakh 15 years ago can fetch around Rs 40000 in the scrap market People have a sentimental attachment with their vehicles They prefer selling it in the second-hand market so it can be used further and they get a good price in return People with cars that are 13-14 years old know their cars would be pulled off the roads” “The government should put in place a system of inspection to see if a vehicle is roadworthy instead of putting a blanket ban based on the age of a vehicle A vehicle can be old but very fit for the road” says Singh Currently the Delhi government issues ‘no objection certificates’ (NoCs) to vehicles older than 10 years but not older than 15 years The NoCs allow sale of cars 200 km beyond the periphery of Delhi In the absence of a robust scrappage system that’s where many old car owners are heading For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: April 15 2016 3:22 am The hospital has been recording 10000 OPD registrations for the last few months says an official Express Photo Related News Owing to a huge rush of patients at out patient departments (OPDs) PGI’s plan of giving an option to choose a time slot for the patients who book their appointments online may not materialise soon According to the officials from the computer department of the institute the increase in the number of patients at the institute is coming as a hurdle to start this service Share This Article Related Article “We can start the service any time The proposal too has already been discussed in few meetings But the number of patients who visit the hospital is very high and it is not possible for consultants at OPDs to check the patients at a particular time” an official told Chandigarh Newsline on Thursday The official maintains that the hospital has been recording 10000 OPD registrations for the last few months “In this case when the number is so high how is it possible for doctors to check the patients at a particular time” asked the official Union Health and Family Welfare Minister J P Nadda had in December last year had formally inaugurated the online registration facility at PGI At present other than registration facilities for new and existing patients the institute also provides a facility to access lab reports online as well Several doctors told Chandigarh Newsline on Thursday that the idea to give a particular time slot to the patients was “not possible for now” Dr Jagat Ram HoD Advance Eye Centre PGI whose department is recording more than 1500 patients at OPD each day told Chandigarh Newsline that it was impossible to give a particular time slot to the patients “I don’t think it is possible because the number of OPD patients is high” Ram said “It will work in only those areas where the number of patients is limited In PGI we examine patients very carefully and if you start giving a particular time slot it may create variations” “In corporate hospitals the number of patients is very limited on a particular day and the time slot option works there” said another senior PGI doctor who wished not to be named “If the PGI starts this service then the number of patients needs to be curtailed which can’t happen” There are many doctors however who believe that the premier institute should start this service on a trial basis “Yes it is a good thing The hospital should start it in a phased manner” said Dr Sanjay Bhadada from the department of endocrinology “If this feature is started it will help those who have to wait in long queues at the institute” News Playlist: For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News Till now,as many as 51 cases have been filed against nursing homes for flouting the Bombay Nursing Home Registration (BNHR) Act.History is Bunk?but I merely did it to see movies… Kejriwal: Ah ha Were they pornographic movies Did they have sex scenes or excessive violenceor people smoking Candidate: Actuallyit was Mother IndiaSon of IndiaMr IndiaIndiana Jones and the Temple… Kejriwal: How about sex Candidate: Maleits there in my application Kejriwal: I meant your sexual recordhave you had clandestine affairsflirted with any other partybeen secretly filmed in a compromising positionphotocopied the Kama Sutrataken part in the Gay Pride parade Candidate: I am happily married Kejriwal: Has your wife filed a dowry case Candidate: She is also happily marriedI meanshe married happily Kejriwal: Good We dont want any divorced candidates It does not speak highly of their character What about golddo you have any hoarded Candidate: Noit has become too expensive Kejriwal: You better be surethe ASI is digging up hidden gold these days What about food habits Do you eat lots of onions Candidate: Why is that important Kejriwal: The price of onions is so high that only the rich and the corrupt can afford itor the chief minister… How about power Candidate: I believe power without responsibility is… Kejriwal: I meant do you pay your electricity bills Candidate: I am a law-abiding citizen Kejriwal: That means you are paying an inflated amount and contributing to the illegal fraud by the discoms in collaboration with the chief minister Stop paying electricity bills Candidate: If you say sobut if they cut off the powermy wife will divorce memy parents will disown methe kids will move out Police will file an FIR Kejriwal: Sorrywe cant take a chance Our candidates have to be squeaky clean We cant have candidates who are divorced or have an FIR registered against them Send in the next candidate please For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandali Tiwari | Gurgaon | Published: December 10 2015 3:54 am Lal Bruce Thangkhal required 15 stitches on the head His friend tried to help but was abused and pushed aside by one of the attackers She said the man was about to hit her but was stopped by his accomplices (Express photo by Manoj Kumar) Top News A 30-year-old man from Manipur was allegedly beaten up in front of a woman friend in Gurgaon Tuesday evening said police even as the assault revived talk of violence against people from the Northeast in the national capital region Lal Bruce Thangkhal the media in-charge of North East Support Centre and Helpline (NESCH) in Gurgaon suffered extensive injuries when a group of men assaulted him at about 8 pm said police sources He was returning from a party in Chakarpur village when a group of people attacked them added the sources His friend Amy Niang 26 witnessed the assault and tried to help him but she was pushed aside said the sources Bruce received 15 stitches on the head at Uma Sanjeevani Hospital Doctors said when he was brought in both his eyes were also swollen Police have registered an FIR against four unidentified persons “I was walking down when a few men without any reason started passing lewd remarks They were drunk When I objected they abused and assaulted me out of frustration I was pushed on the road and fell unconscious” said Bruce Wednesday He said Niang tried to come to his rescue but was pushed by one of the attackers Niang said “When I rushed to rescue him one of them abused and pushed me He was about to hit me when one of them stopped him” More than 100 NESCH members from across NCR rushed to the hospital Wednesday and also met the deputy commissioner of police “We have formed teams and are investigating The accused are yet to be identified We will take prompt action” said Deepak Saharan DCP (East) and nodal officer for people from Northeast in Gurgaon Delhi and peripheral areas have seen sporadic reports of violence against people from Northeast states In January 2014 Nido Tania a 19-year-old student from Arunachal Pradesh died after allegedly being beaten up by shopkeepers in Lajpat Nagar following an argument over his appearance and clothing In October 2014 two call centre employees from Nagaland were detained and beaten up by locals in Gurgaon’s Sikandarpur village The assailants also chopped off the hair of one of the victims Awang Newme On Monday a Parliamentary standing committee had said in a report that it felt despite the institutional arrangement made by Delhi Police for safety of people of Northeast region the frequent crimes being committed against them was a “disturbing phenomenon” affecting the image of the police For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: July 30 2016 2:25 am Savan Rathod’s father and brother in Pune (Source: Arul Horizon) Top News The Bombay High Court (HC) has rejected the bail application of Imran Tamboli who was arrested for allegedly murdering 17-year-old Dharma Rathod by setting him on fire suspecting he was stealing batteries of vehicles parked on the street in Kasba Peth area on January 13 According to police records the deceased Savan Dharma Rathod is the complainant who filed the FIR at the Faraskhana police station The complaint said that three persons nabbed him suspecting he was stealing vehicle batteries and then set him on fire in the narrow lane behind Kalika temple in Kasba Peth after pouring petrol on him on January 13 afternoon The complaint said that they put him in a tempo and left him at an isolated spot by the river near Shaikh Salla Dargah It added that three ragpickers saw Savan and got him to the police chowki Savan had received 75 per cent burns in the incident Police first took him to Surya hospital and then shifted him to Sassoon hospital Savan later succumbed to his injuries Section 302 (murder) of IPC was invoked against the assailants Ibrahim Mehmood Shaikh (35) of Kasba Peth Zuber Iqbal Tamboli (29) and his brother Imran Tamboli both residents of Fatima Nagar Meanwhile the Banjara activists have alleged that the assailants set Savan on fire because he was a Hindu The activists have claimed that they recorded Savan’s video in Sassoon hospital which proved the same The controversial video had gone viral on the social media Banjara activist Yuraj Ade’s statement on this video was recorded by police and included in the chargesheet against the three suspects Accused Tamboli’s lawyer Deepak Girme cited the two different versions of “dying declarations” in the High Court The court however rejected the bail plea on July 26 Banjara activist Ramesh Rathod said “Savan’s video is genuine” Police officials however said it could be an afterthought For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Kingston | Updated: July 9 2016 2:04 pm Usain Bolt withdrew from the Jamaican championships last week after winning his 100m semi-final heat (Source: AP) Top News Reigning Olympic and world sprint champion Usain Bolt who suffered a torn hamstring at the Jamaican Olympic trials will be named to Jamaica’s team for the Rio Olympics on Monday the Gleaner newspaper reported Citing unnamed sources the Kingston newspaper reported the Jamaica Olympic Association will list Bolt after the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) entered him among four runners for the 100 and 200 metres after a meeting of the JAAA selection committee Only three runners can represent Jamaica in each event at Brazil leaving the final decision to team management in Rio to choose the final lineup Bolt withdrew from the Jamaican championships last week after winning his 100m semi-final heat saying he had a low-grade torn hamstring and later tweeting a photo of work being done on the back of his left leg But by being provisionally listed on the Jamaican team Bolt can still chase a third consecutive Olympic sweep of 100 200 and 4×100 relay golds in Rio if he proves his fitness to compete — something Bolt intends to do in two weeks at the Diamond League meet in London on July 22 Bolt was granted a medical exemption from the trials under JAAA rules The policy says athletes must compete at the trials to be considered for the team but those ill or hurt for the event are given a chance to prove competitive fitness later and be considered for selection That makes the third-place finisher in the 100 and 200 at the Jamaican trials a provisional qualifier with Bolt’s fitness to decide their fates Bolt had been in France earlier this week doing light training and receiving treatment from his doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt according to the report Bolt meanwhile said in a video message released by British Athletics on Friday that he will definitely be running in London later this month “This is Usain Bolt just want to tell everyone to come out and watch me at the London Anniversary Games on Friday the 22nd of July” he said on YouTube “I’ll be there I’m excited to come back to London so fans come out and support” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 5 2016 3:02 am Related News A Delhi Sessions Court on Thursday acquitted Uttar Pradesh legislator Mukhtar Ansari and his three associates of charges of allegedly running an organised crime syndicate for undue pecuniary benefits Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Chandra Shekhar acquitted 57-year-old Ansari an independent legislator from Mau Assembly constituency of charges under Section 3 (4) of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for being a member of an organised crime syndicate The court stated the accused were acquitted due to lack of evidence in the case Share This Article Related Article The others acquitted are Ansari’s alleged accomplices Prem Prakash alias Munna Bajrangi Iftekhar Ahmed and Meraz Ahmed The acquittal order comes in the 2009 case lodged by the special cell of Delhi Police under the provisions of MCOCA The Sessions Court had on May 3 2012 framed charges against the four persons under MCOCA Bajrangi who is currently lodged in Jhansi jail was also charged for running an organised crime with the court noting that the offences did not result in any deaths Iftikhar and Meraz were charged for conspiring or attempting to commit or advocating abetting and knowingly facilitating the commission of organised crimes by Bajrangi Bajrangi Iftekhar and Meraz were however acquitted by a magisterial court in 2012 in the extortion case under the IPC while the case under MCOCA was on before the ASJ Bajrangi was arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police in October 2009 for threatening a South Delhi businessman named Ashok Tebriwal to extort money His accomplice Iftekhar and Meraz were arrested in November 2009 and the police invoked MCOCA against them The police had arrested Bajrangi and others from Mumbai claiming they had intercepted a telephonic conversation that revealed a conspiracy to extort money from Tebriwal The police had also claimed that the callers were associates of Bajrangi who had called up Tebriwal demanding Rs 1 crore Following this the police also lodged an FIR against Ansari who was said to be close to Bajrangi after it claimed to have found that Ansari was also part of the organised crime syndicate and was arrested in May 2010 For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News 2013 4:16 am Related News Having taken the plunge, The factions signed a reconciliation deal brokered by Egypt last month after Hamas agreed to hand over administrative control of Gaza.

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