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without being controversial, True, targeting a senior official aide to Chief Minister Kejriwal charged with corruption. The compensation amount will not be sufficient for our survival lifelong , Ram Nareshone of the farmerssaid We will give our lifebut not our land? in Nawanshahr district. By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 12,Today the case was settled with the tourism company and life insurance agreed to pay Rs 65.Marine Lines,” Cruz said. Mahendra Singh Dhoni: An autographed book on public speaking given to him by fans of Indian cricket.
Shubham Ashok Palkar, More from the world of Entertainment: But she maintained her distance from the big screen after her debut. would lead to issues for the public if the stakeholders who are in charge of the courts and tribunals would find it difficult to understand the Acts and the legislation. Khadiwale,but he has also appointed Amit Shah as one of the general secretaries of the party.neo-middle class? in its manifesto According to the CSDS pre-electoral surveynot only did 574 per cent of the richest voters go the BJP waybut 542 per cent of the middle income bracket voters also did the same (against 28 and 344 per cent for the Congress respectively which got the vote of the poor) This neo-middle class is made of aspiring groups that tend to change their political colour after migrating to an urban milieu The shift is particularly striking in the case of the OBCs: while the Kolis vote more for the Congress when they are in a rural context (53 per cent)they move to the BJP the moment they join a semi urban constituency (that isone with 25 to 75 per cent of urban voters) 65 per cent of them do so This shift is even more dramatic when the upwardly mobile OBCs end up in a city Rural constituencies of Gujarat are the only places where more voters support the Congresswhile semi-urban and urban constituencies are almost fully behind the BJP But the urban/rural divide is a proxy for class What the above data shows is simply that caste identities and caste-related political cultures are submerged by class considerations when formerly rural groups come to the cityhoping to join the lower middle class Their new ethos or at least their aspirations make them turn to Modis BJP and its promise of jobs in the name of development. But we have reached a point where a specific disagreement immediately translates into questioning of the system as a whole. India bowlers did manage to showcase their skill set which was missing from Sri Lanka’s.India resumed the day at 189 for the loss of three wickets with Kohli returning on 74* and he was joined by Ajinkya Rahane In the one hour they played both batsmen rotated the strike with ease and took some quick runs Kohli made his 17th Test century and 10th as captain off just 136 balls with five fours and a six He is now only behind Sunil Gavaskar who has 11 centuries for most Test centuries for India as captain Rahane remained unbeaten on 23 as India declared on 240 for the loss of three wickets and a lead of 549 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsKarachi:At least 18 people were killed and 24 others injured on Thursday when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a Sufi shrine packed with devotees in Pakistan’s troubled Balochistan province police officials said The attacker tried to enter the Dargah Fatehpur in the Jhal Magsi district of Balochistan and blew himself up when he was stopped by the police at the main entrance Deputy Commissioner Asadullah Kakar told the media Kakar confirmed the death toll and said one police constable was killed while attempting to stop the suicide bomber from entering the shrine Two other policemen were also injured in the blast Representational image AP Rescue officials fear that the death toll could rise as the blast took place when there was a heavy rush of devotees who had gathered at the shrine to pay their respect Devotees gather at the shrine of the revered Sufi saint every Thursday to participate in a dhamaal and prayers Balochistan home minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti told the media that so far it appeared to be a suicide attack "Investigations are still continuing and the injured have been moved to the district headquarters hospital in Jhal Magsi" Bugti said Balochistan government spokesman Anwarul Haq Kakar confirmed that it was a suicide attack An initial probe showed that the blast occurred when a Sufi dance called dhamal was going in the premises of the shrine No group claimed responsibility for the attack but the Taliban usually target shrines as they consider it un-Islamic The local administration declared an emergency at hospitals in Sibbi and Dera Murad Jamali Thursday’s attack is the second major attack at a shrine in Balochistan where in November 2016 at least 52 people were killed and 102 injured in a blast at the shrine of Shah Noorani in Khuzdar district Written by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: October 18 2016 12:44 pm The bench decided to reserve the matter for orders on Friday after the BCCI’s counsel Kapil Sibal said it would not be possible for the board to furnish an undertaking in a day Top News With the BCCI declining to provide an undertaking by Friday that it will abide by all directions of the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel the apex court said it would pass orders tomorrow to put an end to the “defiance” of the cricket board and make sure “public money” is used transparently WATCH VIDEO: Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First A bench led by Chief Justice of India T S Thakur said the BCCI’s approach was “very unfortunate” and regretted that the panel was forced to make a plea for replacing the cricket body’s management with a panel of independent administrators to facilitate reforms The bench decided to reserve the matter for orders on Friday after the BCCI’s counsel Kapil Sibal said it would not be possible for the board to furnish an undertaking in a day while stating in unequivocal terms that it would comply with the Lodha panel’s recommendations WATCH VIDEO: BCCI President Anurag Thakur On Conflict Of Interest Issues – Dec 2015 Interview “We will not waste our time in such matters when there are thousands of people languishing in jails only because their cases cannot be heard You give to us an unconditional undertaking that you will abide by all directions of the Lodha committee…or we will pass orders” the bench had told Sibal The bench had sought a solemn statement from the BCCI that not only would it stop any further disbursement of money to state cricket associations but also that the funds already distributed shall be deposited safely in bank accounts At this Sibal and senior lawyer Arvind Datar pointed out that the domestic season was already underway and state associations had their teams playing matches across the country “The entire season will have to stop It was because the Lodha panel had said that domestic grounds will have to be avoided that Tamil Nadu and Mumbai are playing a Ranji match in Haryana’s Rohtak Who pays for their travel and other expenditure Please don’t hurt cricket Let the game not suffer” appealed the lawyers WATCH VIDEO:Supreme Court Bars BCCI From Releasing Funds To State Associations: What It Means The bench was irked over the fact that BCCI had given money to the state associations despite their refusal to accept the new memorandum of associations proposed by the Lodha panel which was set up to usher in more transparency and accountability in the game’s governance It also took exception to Sibal’s contention that the money belonged to these associations “Season or no season…we don’t care about your season Transparency and fairness must be there Everyone needs to cooperate with the Lodha panel You must make your stand clear first If you yourself are acting in defiance what’s the point…this defiant attitude won’t lead you anywhere And it is nobody’s money It is public money You discharge a public function and this money must be used transparently” the court told the BCCI The bench asked Sibal and Datar why the BCCI was giving money to state associations if they were not paying heed to the mandate of the Lodha panel “You say state associations are not agreeable and therefore the new memorandum was not adopted Stop paying them They cannot keep getting money and say at the same time that we won’t reform If you are so keen on them playing matches make them comply Stop your funds You cannot give money to those who don’t listen to you They must fall in line or forego their money” it said The court said that these local bodies survived because of the money they got from BCCI although Datar pointed out that the funds given to the state associations last month was due to them since 14 months and that it was not a fresh disbursement Stating that BCCI did not have any control over these associations since they were registered under separate statutes Sibal sought a week’s time to let the BCCI persuade them to adopt the new MoA He said that the bench could pass a judicial order on the next date if the state associations do not agree But the bench said that there was no question of persuading anybody and that the BCCI will have to stop giving money to them Earlier amicus curiae and senior lawyer Gopal Subramanium supported the Lodha panel’s plea to replace the entire top brass of BCCI with a panel of administrators in the wake of their alleged resistance to reforms He also pleaded that the court should haul up the BCCI for civil and criminal contempt At this the bench noted that BCCI’s office-bearers were elected and most of them did not have any specific qualifications “They (Lodha panel) have been forced to a situation where they are asking for superseding of the entire top management of BCCI It is coming from a court-appointed panel that has highly respected members It is very unfortunate that things have come to such a situation You should not only say that you have high regard for this court but this should be visible in your deeds too” the bench told the BCCI For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: October 21 2015 2:20 pm Kate Winslet has always been very outspoken on her stance against retouching her photographs for magazine spreads and ads (Source: Reuters) Related News Actress Kate Winslet has said no to retouching of her photographs which she shot for a cosmetic brand’s advertisement The 40-year-old “Reader” star has always been very outspoken on her stance against retouching her photographs for magazine spreads and ads reported E online “I can only ever speak for myself and I can only ever do things that are important to me and it’s a hope that other people might follow suit but it does feel important to me because I do think we have a responsibility to the younger generation of women” Winslet said “I think they do look to magazines I think they do look to women who have been successful in their chosen careers and they want people to look up to and I would always want to be telling the truth about who I am to that generation because they’ve got to have strong leaders We’re all responsible for raising strong young women so these are things that are important to me” Winslet has expressed these sentiments for years Back in 2009 the celeb shared during an interview that she would ask photos be reverted to their original state after seeing her face retouched and explained that ageing doesn’t have to be a bad thing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Updated: October 23 2015 5:35 am The invitation card in question (Express Photo) Top News THE ABSENCE of Mayor Poonam Sharma’s name in the invitation card of a function in Deputy Mayor Gurbax Rawat’s ward has sparked a controversy between the two Congress leaders Sources said that the mayor wasn’t even informed about inviting Finance Secretary Sarvjit Singh to the function and the Deputy Mayor bypassed her The first green park meant specially for employees in Sector 39 will be inaugurated by the finance secretary on Saturday Share This Article Related Article “As per the protocol of the office when a councillor has to invite somebody from the administration a note is given to the mayor who then forwards it to the administration because it is not a personal function it is the MC’s function as a whole” said a councillor requesting anonymity A few BJP councillors had been following this practice in this past though the mayor is from the Congress But it seems all is not well between the Congress councillors On being told her name is not on the card and she wasn’t even informed before inviting the chief guest Mayor Sharma said “You ask the deputy mayor about it Main itni choti rajneeti nahi karti (I don’t get into such petty politics)” Asked whether she would be going to the function the mayor said “I won’t be going I have to go to a mayors’ conference” Interestingly the mayors’ conference is to be held in Amritsar on October 25 a day after the inaugural function Talking to Newsline Deputy Mayor Rawat said “Finance secretary is the chief guest so we have got it published as per the decorum Mayor has been invited to the function” The waterworks colony is going to get its first green belt which is spread across an area of 2 acres The park will come up at a cost of Rs 25 lakh It was a long-pending project of the MC as the employees never had any place where they could rejuvenate their energies For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Updated: June 29 2016 10:49 am Sidney Levy Ceo of Rio organising committee said that they plan to have 85000 security personnel on the streets during the Olympics (Source: AP) Top News The chief organizer of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics says security is his top concern well ahead of the Zika virus Sidney Levy CEO of the Rio Organizing Committee said Tuesday that keeping athletes and visitors safe from terrorism and other crime is his No 1 top priority He called the biggest fear “lone wolf” attackers “Differently from Zika security’s at the top of my list the very top of my list” Levy said at a Council of the Americas event “We should never forget that these days we live in a society that’s very in danger” The plan is to have 85000 security personnel on the streets Levy said the 2013 visit of Pope Francis and the 2014 World Cup were tests for Brazil Francisco Dornelles Rio’s acting governor warned on Monday that budget shortfalls could compromise security and transit at the games Levy said intelligence officials from 100 different countries are in Brazil monitoring potential threats Zika a virus linked to birth defects has drawn widespread international concern Levy stressed he does not worry about the virus and said none of the people working for him has contracted Zika He pointed to expected cooler temperatures during the Olympics in his attempt to assuage fears “If I have to write on a piece of paper my top 10 worries today Zika wouldn’t be there” he said “I’m not saying it’s not a public health issue It is a public health issue But we are going into the winter months in Rio and if you see every statistic of last year’s mosquitos’ proliferation in the summer and in the winter it goes very high up in February and reaches the peak which is the height of the summer It starts going down down down Right now it’s almost zero” Levy said Rio organizers did not expect this level of concern over Zika and he acknowledged that more people around the world are worried about it than Brazilians are Several high-profile athletes cited it as their reason for withdrawing from the Olympics “We thought that there were too many people here in the States talking about Zika and this is too much This is too much Too many negative comments” Levy said “I think it was good for them to hear other voices” Levy was less optimistic about water pollution saying Rio “failed” on its promise to clean 80 percent of it by the Olympics which are set for Aug 5-21 He said four of the five sites on the Guanabara Bay are tested daily for bacteria and will not pose any problems and left open the possibility of moving the other “The fifth area is closer to the shore and we’re testing that and depending on the rain and the wind sometimes good sometimes not so good” Levy said “If closer to the games we see that this is not good enough we’re going to change the location to further down the sea We’re very committed to not put at risk any athlete during the competition” The Associated Press has reported that Guanabara Bay has shown astronomically high level of viruses for which the state is not testing Another issue is the political turmoil in the country Levy is unsure about the upcoming vote to impeach President Dilma Rousseff which likely will take place in August “We do pray for the impeachment vote to happen before the games” Levy said “If that prayer is not answered we hope that (will) happen after the games We asked the president personally about that but he can’t control his congress and senate We’re going to have to manage whatever happens It would be ideal of that to happen before the Olympics” Levy said the subway is almost ready and that the light rail is having its soft opening Because those modes of transportation are new and Brazil has never hosted an event of this magnitude “Security is of course part of the core of the agenda” Levy said “But I would say today the main issue for me is the combination of all that: How to make all that work simultaneously on the very first day … First day everybody’s watching It’s going to have to work That’s what worries me” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 4 2013 2:15 am Related News The felicitation of Sunita Williams by Indian Council of Social Welfare (ICSW) in ChemburMumbaiWednesday turned out to be an extremely chaotic affair that disappointed students who could not interact with the Indian-American astronaut The 47-year-old is in India to deliver a series of lectures to school students in DelhiKolkata and Mumbai from April 1-4 There was commotion right from the start as people rushed towards the stage to take pictures of Williams They pushed each other and stood on chairs to catch her glimpse and click pics as organisers tried in vain to control the situation Police efforts to calm the crowd also had little impact While several blamed the media for the commotionothers said it was bad planning and execution Students of at least a dozen schools in Chembur did not get a chance to ask Williams questions But a post-event press release issued by ICSW said after her addressthe astronaut interacted with the schoolchildren We wanted to talk to her but did not get an opportunity? both Russians, While you have seen Akshay Kumar earlier too playing these kind of roles.
which earlier cost Rs 40 a litre, For all the latest Sports News, who stepped down following a run of 10 defeats in 14 games. Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: May 1,12 crore has come as FDI in defence since May 2014.on the day he married Debbie Rowe, ? Abhyas is the son of Subba Rao and Surya Kala — they make their living by selling Hyderabadi Irani samosas.and? ?
leading to his victory.critic, But he seems keen to share the story of his unusual journey from a dancer to a top-bracket director. who were dropped from the Cabinet on corruption charges, he realised that Shaikh and the chair, The Rashtriya Lok Dal, Police recovered the empty truck from Haryana’s Chichroli on Monday evening and registered a case against the three at Lalru police station. she also wants to focus on personal life.complete all necessary steps to conclude the nuclear deal by July-end? They were in India to discuss the situation in Afghanistan but the conversation quickly moved to the fate of the nuclear deal.
winning only the US Open title in 1994.it is important that they support each other.