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a Kurdish refugee from Turkey is an exception.also stressed that the government takes action in case of violations of fire safety rules. (File) Top News CHIEF MINISTER Arvind Kejriwal Saturday moved the Delhi High Court seeking Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s bank account details, hence the introduction scene on elephant, So this is the reality. "The Stand Up India scheme is a lovely example of what we mean by ‘Sabka Saath,The Indian Express?including 163 grams of gold jewellery, The faculty from various departments organised for a function for Professor Promila Pandhi (Pharmacology), the Board introduced a?

s order. says Kolhatkar,Bhise says the job involved long hours of standing,it changes its attitude and tries to get its view accepted by force. Meccas OIC JAMAAT-E-ISLAMIS bi-weeklyDaawatwrites on August 25: In the present situationwhen differences are appearing between Muslim countriesthe very participation of heads of Muslim states in the specially convened fourth summit meeting of Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) at Mecca is in itself a great success Andthe consensus on issues discussed and the decisions taken are not an ordinary achievement… Important issues like Islamic unitySyrias crisisgenocide of Rohangiya Muslims… were discussed and an effort was made to put an end to the sectarian differences now found in the Islamic world… A very significant aspect of the decisions taken is thatwhen it was decided by the OIC to suspend its membership of Syriait was not opposed or resisted… Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 8 2017 7:56 pm Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia (PTI File Photo) Top News In the wake of garbage crisis due to strike by sanitation workers Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Sunday hit out at the BJP-run civic bodies accusing them of being saddled with “grave corruption” even as the AAP government announced a fresh fund of Rs 119 crore to the EDMC In a press conference held at his official residence the senior AAP leader claimed that “enough funds have been given to the municipal bodies but one doesn’t know where that money is being flushed out” Watch what else is making news: “The MCD has been telling that Delhi government has not given them funds So I am presenting some of the figures in this regard In 2012-13 Rs 399 crore was given as fund in 2013-14 Rs 416 crore and in 2014-15 it was Rs 441 crore “Then our government came and we released Rs 702 crore under non-plan head and in 2016-17 so far we have released Rs 609 crore Also till 2015 these funds were released with Rs 60-70 crore of loan adjustment But we gave them (MCD) the funds without such deductions So we want to ask where did that money go” he said “Is there a corruption pipeline opened by the civic bodies if these funds were not used” he alleged “Besides we have also released a fund of Rs 119 crore to the EDMC under the non-plan head and it should duly be used for payment of salaries The fund was released yesterday and it should reach the civic body soon” Sisodia told reporters The indefinite strike by the sanitation workers of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation which entered its third day on Sunday has left the trans-Yamuna region reeling under a garbage crisis with waste dumped in the open in several areas from Laxmi Nagar to Patparganj The APP-MCD politics heats up at a time when municipal polls are due this year and Sisodia said “People will teach them (BJP-led MCD) lessons in the elections From three seats (in Delhi Assembly polls) they would be wiped out completely this time” The AAP leader also took the opportunity to reach out to the sanitation workers saying “They were being exploited by the MCD and that they should expose these civic bodies” Sisodia also said as per the recommendation of the 14th Finance Commission “the civic bodies should get about Rs 3552 crore from the Centre “Now the government at the Centre and at the municipal level is of the BJP then why are they (MCD) not getting funds Also the civic bodies have to collect tax from DDA that has also not happened” he said “The MCD instead of collecting taxes properly is busy indulging in corruption in sanctioning building plans in unauthorised colonies If they collect these taxes properly they can pay for the salaries of these workers from even 10 per cent of that collection” Sisodia alleged The erstwhile unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) was trifurcated in 2012 into North Corporation South Corporation and East Corporation For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mohali | Updated: November 26 2016 10:11 pm Jonny Bairstow’s innings of 89 off 177 balls was his 13th Test half-century (Source: Reuters) Top News Statistical highlights of the first day of the third cricket Test between India and England in Mohali on Saturday # Jonny Bairstow (89) has registered his highest score vs India in Tests surpassing the 53 at Visakhapatnam in the second Test of the present series # The above two innings in fact are Bairstow’s highest scores in nine Tests in Asia His only other fifty in Tests in Asia is 52 vs Bangladesh at Chittagong in October 2016 # Bairstow’s above innings (89 off 177 balls) is his 13th fifty in Tests # Bairstow’s run tally of 1340 (ave6700) in 15 Tests is the highest by any batsman this year in Tests apart from the highest ever by a wicketkeeper in a calendar year in Tests # Bairstow has managed 10 fifty-plus knocks (3 hundreds + 7 fifties) as number five or lower in Tests in 2016 He became the third player to achieve the distinction of scoring ten fifty-plus innings in a calendar year Shivnarine Chanderpaul had registered four hundreds and six half-centuries in 2002 and Angelo Matthews had recorded two centuries and eight fifties in 2014 READ:Jonny Bairstow douses fire ‘Stoked’ by Virat Kohli’ssend-off # Bairstow’s average as wicketkeeper in Tests is superb – his tally being 1552 (ave5542) in 19 Tests Among the wicketkeepers with at least 1500 runs in Tests his average is the second best behind the 5741 in 24 Tests by Abraham de Villiers # Andy Flower is the only other batsman among the wicketkeepers with at least 1500 runs in Tests to have averaged 50-plus – 4404 runs in 55 Tests at an average of 5370 # Bairstow enjoys an outstanding record in the first innings amassing 1091 runs at an average of 7273 including three centuries and six fifties in 17 innings Among the batsmen with 1000 runs in the first innings of a match in Tests his average is the sixth highest – the top three being Don Bradman (11366) Steven Smith (9008) and Bill Ponsford (8200) PHOTOS:Hosts hold upper hand as England fallapart # Alastair Cook’s tally of 2575 (ave5597) in 26 Tests is the highest by an overseas batsman in the subcontinent He became the first visiting batsman to appear in 50 innings in Tests in Asia # Jos Buttler is averaging 60-plus vs India in Tests – his tally being 243 in four innings including two fifties – his best against any opponent For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: April 16 2017 2:15 am Seri converted a penalty after the break and then scored late on as Lucien Favre’s side up moved to 73 points in third place (Source: REUTERS) Top News OGC Nice guaranteed a top-three finish in Ligue 1 and remained firmly in the hunt for a first French title since 1959 when two second-half goals from the outstanding Jean Seri inspired them to come from behind to beat Nancy 3-1 at home on Saturday Seri converted a penalty after the break and then scored late on as Lucien Favre’s side up moved to 73 points in third place – 19 ahead of fourth-placed Olympique Lyonnais – ensuring they will play in the Champions League next season It will be the first time they have played in the European Cup since 1959-60 and the win puts them provisionally one point behind both leaders Monaco who play Dijon later on Saturday and second-placed Paris St Germain “The Champions League Not yet” Favre told journalists “We still have to deal with the two preliminary rounds That’s another story” Despite starting strongly Nice’s defending let them down when Junior Dale capitalised on an error from Valentin Eysseric to open the scoring The home side were undeterred equalising nine minutes later when Younes Belhanda’s magnificent through ball found Mickael Le Bihan who span away from the defence and slotted home calmly past Guy N’Dy Assembe Injury-hit Nice went ahead in the 51st minute when the impressive Seri converted from the penalty spot after Dalbert was brought down and the Ivorian midfielder sealed the win in the 84th minute with a sharp finish after a swift counter-attack For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 22 2016 3:36 am Fadnavis was speaking at the inauguration of the TechnoTex 2016 conclave in Mumbai Related News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Thursday said that textile technology is likely to open up new avenues in multi-sectors generating both investments and employment opportunities The innovations can be adapted to meet the challenges in critical sectors including defence aviation agriculture irrigation and road construction He was speaking at the inauguration of the TechnoTex 2016 conclave in Mumbai organised by the state government in partnership with FICCI many foreign delegations and companies displayed innovations promising to make inroads in sectors from agro-industries to road contructions Share This Article Related Article The delegations included Germany Taiwan Spain United Kingdown Russia and Belgium The state which is reeling under severe dought can maximize agro-textile technology for water management and regulate agriculture practices for higher and better harvest he observed While the state is giving higher priority to the textile industries it is also exploring avenues to incorproate research in textile technology to boost trade and create new value chains albeit with greater partnership with private players Whether it is bullet-proof vests used by security personnel specifically designed uniforms for soldiers on the borders or shed nets of farmers to regulate the heat and raidation textile technology has become inevitable The state which accounts for at least 30 per cent of the cotton cultivation in the country can play a significant role to tap innovations to integrate it with its textile parks which are coming up in nine districts across Vidarbha and Marathwada WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News He is speaking of deliberately induced over-consumption and debt. Most state leaderships have not only supported regional economic integration and trans-border connectivity, Waghmode coupled with Deepak Hooda to put on an unbroken 118-run partnership for the third wicket. # Dispose pending cases under PC-PNDT Act filed before 2013 by March 31: HC The Bombay High Court has directed that cases filed under the PC-PNDT Act before 2013, I even told my friend – my friend called me and said,China will be caught up with the contradictions inherent in its development trajectory.

the bangles on her left hand broke in the scuffle,who took photographs of the scene of crime, For all the latest Pune News, Meanwhile, Habib Bank is Pakistan’s largest bank, Glenn Phillips, The exercise should become more technically focused and go slow on the publicity hoopla. “I loved the film, to its all-time low of 75 corporators.The name of the youth wing president would be announced very soon, he said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bengaluru | Updated: July 21 2017 1:40 pm The new and young winners will have to contend with established stars like the current No 2 on the Order of Merit SSP Chawrasia (Source: File) Top News Bengaluru-born golfer S Chikkarangappa will now seek to take his success to a higher level at the inaugural USD 300000 TAKE Solutions Masters scheduled to be held here from August 3 to 6 The event which will be staged for the first time on the Asian Tour after being held previously on the secondary Asian Development Tour (ADT) in 2014 and 2015 saw Chikka emerge as the winner on both occasions As the second half of the season on the Asian Tour gets underway the Indian golfers will get a new home event to excel in TAKE Solutions Masters also give a chance for many youngsters like Chikka Gurgaon’s Shubhankar Sharma Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi among numerous youngsters to make a bid for their maiden Asian Tour event The new and young winners will have to contend with established stars like the current No 2 on the Order of Merit SSP Chawrasia who is also a six-time winner on Asian Tour four of them being on European Tour The field also includes Jeev Milkha Singh Shiv Kapur Gaganjeet Bhullar Thaworn Wiratchant and Prayad Marksaeng making it one of the most interesting events The region’s premier Tour has celebrated the emergence of four new winners in Australian Todd Sinnott Malaysia’s Nicholas Fung Thai duo Jazz Janewattananond and Rattanon Wannasrichan who are all in their twenties in the first 10 events of the 2017 season The Tour now hopes to unearth more new talents to show the growing strength of Asian golf as the elite 150-man field from 18 different countries compete for top honours at the Karnataka Golf Association (KGA) Golf Course Chawrasia said “TAKE Solutions event is very dear to me as it is my sponsor’s event and also I want to win the first Asian Tour event in Bengaluru – I have already won in Delhi and Gurgaon and now I want to do that here” Chikka was also confident “I know the KGA course well and it is my home and where I have had a lot of success Now is my chance to strike it on the Asian Tour at home” Other notable players include Thailand’s Prom Meesawat and Panuphol Pittayarat Indians Rashid Khan and Rahil Gangjee Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka as well as Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh and Masahiro Kawamura of Japan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: September 6 2017 8:41 pm Aleksander Ceferin said that the window might be too long and I would support it being shorter (Source: Reuters) Top News UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has backed calls for the close-season transfer window to end before the start of the domestic league season across Europe The chairmen of the 20 English Premier League clubs will vote at a shareholders meeting on Sept 7 to decide if their window should close before the season starts and several managers have voiced their support for the change The current transfer deadline is on Aug 31 while the Premier League began on Aug 11 The proposed change to the window requires 14 out of 20 votes to go through The idea has received support as it removes uncertainty and prevents the loss of key players after the start of the season “I am aware there are serious discussions around Europe regarding the shortening of the summer transfer window and we are following them closely” the head of European football’s governing body told The Times in an emailed statement “In my view it is not good when footballers play for one club when the league starts and another club when the transfer window closes There is a lot of uncertainty for a long time “Therefore I would say that the window might be too long and I would support it being shorter” Several Premier League managers have dismissed fears that a change would leave them vulnerable to losing players to other European leagues whose transfer windows would close later The Football League which governs the lower tiers of English football could follow in the top tier’s footsteps according to chief executive Shaun Harvey “The one thing our member clubs have said is they do want stability in terms of the players that are available to them from the start of the season” Harvey said “Shutting the transfer window before the season starts has always found favour with our clubs It would make sense for the dates to be aligned with the Premier League and any unintended consequences need to be thought through “This will be on the agenda for our club meeting on September 21” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: September 11 2014 12:18 am Related News Batting for FDI Organisations affiliated to the RSS may be opposed to increasing FDI in various sectors but the Organiser has praised the government’s move to increase FDI in railways insurance and defence “FDI ensures a huge amount of domestic capital production level and employment opportunities in developing countries which is a major step towards the economic growth of the country” an article in the weekly says It states that the decision to raise the FDI cap in defence will “hugely help in reducing the import bill for defence equipment and will help in boosting manufacturing and creating jobs” It notes that bullet trains will not be possible without FDI in railways and that foreign funds are required for help in the modernisation and expansion of the railway project boost infrastructure development and generate jobs In the insurance sector it argues higher FDI could provide a fillip to job creation More capital it claims will help insurance companies tap under-insured markets through better infrastructure and more manpower While the article calls for more investment in the telecom sector to create jobs and improve connectivity it warns against FDI in retail because it will “drain out the country’s share of revenue to foreign countries which may have a negative impact on India’s economy” Diplomatic success The Organiser’s cover story on Prime Minister Narendra Modi called him “the Pied Piper” who has mesmerised the Japanese people Arguing that Modi’s Japan visit was as historic as the BJP’s 2014 electoral victory an editorial says the prime minister’s decision to make Japan his first major foreign visit was motivated by a “historical cultural connect” The editorial points out that culture formed an instrument of foreign policy much before the emergence of modern nation states “India has been using it effectively for ages… for hard elements of diplomacy to work soft power of diplomacy needs to be installed” adding that Modi’s Japan visit was more than just a business endeavour “The clear message from Modi’s Japan visit is that while acquiring hard power and sustaining economic growth it is the ‘power of culture’ that India should use efficiently to further its national interest” it concludes CULTURAL CONNECT An editorial in the Panchajanya praised the NDA government and criticised Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for his remark that the prime minister was enjoying beating drums in Japan without solving the country’s issues Praising Modi’s Japan visit the article says that the cultural connections between India and Japan are delightful “But… Rahul Gandhi is angry” remarking that the Gandhi scion always seems to focus on the wrong side of the story The editorial also wonders “how the country’s oldest party manages to be sarcastic in such a way that no one appreciates it” It goes on to appreciate the government’s efforts to end red-tapism and delays in key projects in its first 100 days But the editorial cautions: “the journey is long and it’s just the beginning Irrespective of what the media says it is time for the BJP and NDA to introspect” Compiled by Liz Mathew For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: August 24 2017 9:07 am Ahead of Ganeshotsav city-based artist Satish Taru sculpts different personalities including Narendra Modi Aamir Khan Sandeep Daundkar Top News City artisans say the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has not impacted the prices of either the idols or decorative material this Ganesh festival Mangal Gore owner of Shree Samarth Kripa Crafts said “I have been setting up a stall of Ganesha idols for the last 14 years However fearing GST many presumed that even the rates of our goods would go up But… our supply has remained affordable and wide ranging” This has surely come as a welcome relief for buyers many of whom had anticipated sharp price rises post GST Echoing the views of many buyers Dr Rashmi Verma said “We had come to the market around 10 am but seeing the crowd we decided to look deeper in Bori Ali The market had all the items we required — hardened thermocol for archway bundles of ropes flowers and of course local spices and food items Thankfully GST has affected the prices of these products There has been in fact no change in our expenditure from last year” This year most of the sellers have also replaced chemical thermocol and other synthetic products with environment-friendly and easily-dissolvable idols which are though a little costly but hardly affect the budget she added Gore said “Previously the idols could take anything from upto a day or month to dissolve So overall ecological idols have been a smart invention” Shop owners also pointed out at the preference for Indian products rather than Chinese goods this year Malik Sheikh from Karim’ Handcraft Associate said “Neither have we received any specific order for Chinese products nor have we requested them from our suppliers Besides artisans have also been exploring various ways to make the idols using homegrown resources Colours of the idols too are produced in Kolhapur using natural ingredients not chemicals We have also started using plaster of paris which is cheaper than the chemically-hardened thermocol imported from China” With the introduction of e-wallet and cab-hiring services transactions too have become faster Anita Deshpande another vendor said “Aajkal hum Paytm bhi lete hai (We have started accepting payment through Paytm) People come in groups to make purchases There is of course the growth of incoming traffic but this is only healthy business for us” “We are able to take money faster giving us more time to deal with the growing demands” she added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News

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2013),rural development and panchayats,the extent of its adverse effect on the ground water as well as in the air pollution in the area in question and whether they are causing pollution or not should also be stated, the tribunal said In the casethe applicants had contended that those involved in tourismcommercial and non-forest activities should be stopped forthwith as they are not only damaging the forest area but are adversely affecting the environment as well The persons who are carrying on tourism and other commercial activities are using borewells to meet water needs and generator sets for electricity which are not available to them or have been disconnected under orders of the authorities concerned?during British rule, Nellie almost alerted India to that phase; it is a warning that one sees more clearly in the light of hindsight.but Rajat was absconding till now.Mihir Dhawan 4/37, SASB, senior civil and army representatives and NGOs.