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senior citizens and students ?the MoEF referred the matter to NBWL. I also solved the kidnapping case of industrialist Manish Bahrara in record time. Regarding capacity use and profits,most of whom probably had not read his new book,of the power of the people on his pages, But when hundreds of rioters make a mockery of the state power and go round establishing their own authority with impunity, But none have been as effective as Karnataka, Besides, The inquiry will focus on whether some mischief was involved?

download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 3, He tweeted, the gates were opened for the four-legged creature to find his way back home. Hyderabad.It is the anger against perceived marginalisation and pandering to the minorities that has prompted organisations like the SNDP to have their own political formations, it concludes For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 23 2017 5:37 am Cops inspect the spot in Sector 45 where firing took place (Source: Express) Top News A man was chased in full public view and then shot at thrice in the market at Burail Sector 45 on Wednesday night He was rushed to Government Medical College and Hospital Sector 32 and later referred to PGI His condition is is said to be stable Three assailants fled after shooting 35-year-old financier Karan Singh Pehelwan outside his office Police have recovered three empty shells including one of a double-barreled gun and two of pistols Police claimed monetary dispute could be a reason behind the attack According to eyewitnesses though Karan tried to run away after seeing the armed goons the latter chased him shot him in the leg before firing three more bullets Watch What Else Is Making News: Karan received bullet injuries in his right leg in one arm and a fracture in his jaw By the time he was shot in the leg Karan entered the shop of one Maheshwar Sharma to hide Sources said the assailants were captured by CCTV cameras at the market Sources said two bullets missed the target Shopkeepers at the market maintained that though Karan was involved in a monetary dispute with a number of people it was not to the extent that someone would prefer to shot him Meanwhile doctors at PGI advised police to record Karan’s statement after 24 hours A police team led by senior officials rushed to the spot A case of attempt to murder and Arms Act was registered at Sector 34 police station Karan a wrestler in his youth is a native of Panipat who settled in Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Updated: July 17 2017 3:38 am Sun Temple of Modhera is among one of the 50 monuments (Express Photo) Top News Sun Temple of Modhera Rani ki Vav in Patan Diu fort Dwarka temple and Jama Masjid in Champaner are among 50-odd protected monuments across Gujarat which will soon be visually-impaired-friendly This as Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) Gujarat circle is set to install braille signboards at around 50 monuments in the state for explaining their historical and cultural significance to the visually-impaired visitors These 50 monuments including Kevda Masjid Kabutarkhana Pavilion and Nagina Masjid in Champaner-Pavagadh a UNESCO World Heritage Site besides some in Ahmedabad have been selected by the ASI on the basis of visitors’ frequency during a primary survey “Many visually-impaired tourists visit these monuments To encourage them and disseminate the accurate historical information to them we have decided to put up Braille signboards at major monuments in Gujarat” said Anil Tiwari Superintending Archaeologist ASI Vadodara Circle Tiwari added it is also necessary from the international standards point of view“Installation of signboards will start within a month Such Braille-friendly sites will attract more visually-impaired visitors” This move comes after Ahmedabad being declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO over a week ago Vadodara-based travel enthusiast Arya said now the state is likely to invite more foreign tourists but there are a very few monuments and tourist places which are disabled-friendly “It is a good initiative but along with Braille signboards miniatures of monuments should also be placed somewhere so that the blind can touch and feel them Also Braille map and audio device should be be provided to the blind tourists” suggested Bhatt For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 19 2016 12:38 am Supporters of Nepal’s minority ethnic group wearing headbands with the name of the group try to break through a police cordon as they protest in a main street leading to the prime minister’s office in Kathmandu(AP photo) Top News With the resumption of the Madhesi agitation led by the Federal Alliance soon after Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli managed tosave his job for the time being Nepal looks set to return to where it was in October-November 2015 That was the time when Oli had assumed office and the Madhesis had embarked on their blockade that cut off Indian supply routes and plunged the Himalayan economy into deep crisis In the meantime Oli has made what’s now called an unsuccessful visit to New Delhi in February That visit billed as an attempt to restore India-Nepal ties saw the blockade being lifted But that Oli wasn’t happy was proved by his China trip the following month and the signing of deals in Beijing The resumption of protests now asking for a re-demarcation of the new seven-province federal model as well as constitutional inclusiveness and proportional representation for ethnic minorities and marginalised sections in all state bodies shows that concerns about the new constitution are far from being redressed While the government admittedly has a challenging law and order situation at hand the Madhesis too have changed their strategy by taking their agitation to the capital Kathmandu The cue for the fresh protests was Oli’s survival as the Federal Alliance wants him ousted For India the Oli government’s withdrawal of its ambassador and cancellation of the Nepal president’s visit — reportedly because the Nepali Congress’s move to unseat him followed party chief Sher Bahadur Deuba’s return from Delhi — signal a fresh complication in ties that are at a historic low With Nepali public opinion set against India since the blockade all that Delhi can do right now is watch and wait while urging Nepal’s leaders to be accommodative For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News I just took the trials as a kind of practice.of which comes first,the activist have blamed mismanagement of the transport body by its management and negligence of the state government for it?which will now be overcome by the Kisan Hut. 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December 18 we will hold a protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on same issue, he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsQuetta: Gunmen on Thursday shot and killed a Pakistani regional political party leader in the city of Quetta police said the latest violence in the southwestern province of Baluchistan Malik Naveed 38 and his guard Mohammad Zareef 42 died en route to hospital after gunmen riding two motorcycles attacked his car shortly after he had left his home Superintendent of Police Ashraf Jattak said Representational image Reuters One of Naveed’s relatives who was with him in the car was wounded Naveed is one of the leaders of the Opposition Baluchistan National Party which advocates for more funds from the province’s rich natural resources to go to the indigenous ethnic Baluch people No one has claimed responsibility for the attack Baluchistan province of which Quetta is the capital has long been home to an insurgency by the nationalist and separatist groups who accuse the central government of discrimination in distribution of revenues from oil gas and minerals Taliban and al Qaeda militants as well as Islamic State-aligned Sunni sectarian groups also operate in the province which borders Afghanistan and Iran Violence in Baluchistan has raised concerns about security for projects related to the $57 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor a planned transport and energy link between western China to Pakistan’s southern deep-water port of Gwadar Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 2 2013 1:50 am Top News It was a double delight for Saket Malhotra of Gyandeep Public School as he claimed the top spot in the boys’ U-17 One Klap XC MTB Race and 10 Km Mass Start race in the Chandigarh Road and Mountain Bike Cycling Championship on Sunday Malhotra first claimed the title in the One Klap XC MTB Race with a timing of eight minutes and 312 seconds while he claimed the top spot in the 10 Km Mass Start race with a time of seven minutes and 629 seconds In the junior boys category in the BMX eventAnuraag of Delhi Public SchoolSector 40 claimed the top spot with ten points while Rishav of St Joseph’s SchoolSector 45 grabbed the second spot with 10 points The third spot was bagged by Pranav Mohindra of Ryan International SchoolSector 49 with nine points In the boys’ 5 Km Mass Start race (U-15)Krishan Malhotra of Gyandeep Public SchoolSector 20 with a timing of eight minutes and 130 seconds The second spot was grabbed by Pranav Mohindra of Ryan International School Anurag of Bhawan Vidyalaya claimed the third spot in the same event It was an easy going for Ravssharan Singh of CCETSector 26 as he claimed the title in the 10 Km Mass Start race (boys’ U-19) with a timing of ten minutes and 1159 seconds The second spot was claimed by Prince Preet Singh of GGKS-35 while Jasbir Singh of CCC claimed the third spot In the men’s 20 KM Mass Start RaceMan Singh of GCM claimed the top spot with a timing of 31 minutes and 2055 seconds while Darshan Singh of CCET grabbed the second spot The third spot went to Rahul Aul of CCC In the girls’ U-17 Mass Start 5 Km racePreneet kaur of Sacred Heart SchoolSector 26 emerged as the winner clocking a time of eight minutes and 4102 seconds Aditi Mohindra of Sacred Heart SchoolSector 26 claimed the second spot while Urvashi Khurana of Tribune Model SchoolSector 29 claimed the third spot In the boys’ One Lap XC MTB race (U-15)Pranav Mohindra of Ryan International School claimed the title with a timing of ten minutes and 4611 seconds while Shamit Baga of Saupin’s SchoolSector 32 claimed the second spot with a timing of 12 minutes and 3308 seconds It was a delight for Darshan Singh of CCET as he emerged the champion in the 4 Lap XC MTB race (Men’s) with a timing of 30 minutes and 5201 seconds The second spot in this event went to Madan of CCC with a timing of 30 minutes and 5455 seconds while Nigal Studley of CCC claimed the third spot with a timing of 32 minutes and two seconds For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: August 27 2013 5:35 am Top News Vikrant Dahiyathe top-seeded playermade a strong start to his campaign when he thumped Aishwarya Goel 9-0 without losing a single game in the first round of the boys’ under-16 category of the CLTA AITA Talent Series tennis tournament being held at CLTA Stadium in Sector 10 on Monday Dahiyaplaying impeccable serve-and-volley tennisgot off to the best possible start by demolishing his opponent Ramanjot Singhanother CHART traineehoweverhad to fight for every point but eventually managed to beat Anmol Rattan 9-8(0) in a tough encounter Another CHART traineeJagdeep Singh Bajwascraped past Sagar Bains 9-7 In the girls’ under-16 categorysecond seed Prinkle Singh registered an easily 9-1 win against Ibadat Kaur to move into the second round She was joined by top seed Aarushi Kakkar who humbled Satakshi Singh 9-0 In girls’ under-12 categoryPrincy Panchalthe CHART traineebamboozled Supriya Sangwan 4-04-1 Similarlyin the boys’ under-12 categoryqualifier Vikram Aviyan ipset top seed Shrut Mohan 4-15-4 Results: Main draw: 1st round: Girls: u-12: Harleen Kaur bt Priyanka 4-24-0; Sehajbeer Bhandal bt Shreya Kansal 4-05-4(5); Kuhoo bt Manya Bajaj 5-33-59-7; Hritika bt Snitabitha Singh 1-44-07-4; Alisha Menon bt Luvya Singh 4-05-3; Yana Dhamija bt Inayat Sidhu 4-21-47-1; Kshitija Singh be Reet Malik 4-22-48-6; Saisha Khanna bt Nikita Devi 5-4(5)5-4(0); Priyanka Khanna bt Mansi Singh 4-14-1; Ibadat Kaur bt Vrinda Sharma 4-04-2; Princy Panchal bt Supriya Sangwan 4-04-1; Satakshi Singh bt Bindu Kulharia 4-25-4(2); Rahat Mangat bt Nehmat Sidhu 4-04-1; Aishwary Sailaje bt Anuradha Chopra 5-30-47-3; Tanisha Indrayn bt Amreen Sidhu 4-04-1; Kiran Kalkal bt Sandeepti Rao 4-04-0; u-16: Aarushi Kakkar bt Satakshi Singh 9-0Jannat Khurana bt Yana Dhamija 9-1Kiran Kalkal bt Khushbeen 9-2Komaljit Kaur bt Alisha Menon 9-7Jahnvi Shivran bt Snitabithi Singh 9-2Ravita Rawat bt Arti Nain 9-7Pious Mudgil bt Hanshika 9-1Gurneek Bhandal bt Saisha Khanna 9-2Nandini bt Gurleen Singh 9-6Ikshika Sangri bt Kshitija Singh 9-2Bani Singh bt Adity Dogra 9-0Seerat Sidhu bt Gunjan Agarwal 9-0Harleen Kaur bt Shamita Yadav 9-2Tanya Batra bt Rubani Ahluwalia 9-4Aastha Malhotra bt Aashna 9-5Prinkle Singh bt Ibadat Kaur 9-1; boys: u-12: Vikram Aviyan bt Shrut Mohan 4-15-4(5); Dhruv Tangrey bt Aashray Gupta 4-04-2; Avik Chaudhary bt Tarush Bagat 4-04-2; Chiraz Singh Dandona bt Krishan Hooda 5-34-2; Onkar Opte bt Anurag Aggarwal 4-04-1; Pranav Chopra bt Sidharth G 5-35-4(5); Udaiveer Singh bt Asav Kumar 1-43-2 (Concede); Sammar Raina bt Tanik Gupta 4-24-1; Daksh Marwaha bt Pal Kanishk 5-4(3)4-1; Bhupinder bt Shrenik Bhalla 4-14-0; Arnav Path bt Kamar Mahismat 4-04-0; Divesh Galot bt Akash Ahlawat 4-15-3; Ishan Khushu bt Ajay Sharan 4-04-1; Amaan Mohd Bt Jasvin Singh 4-25-3; Naresh Badgujar bt Sarthak Jaitley 4-05-3; Yuvraj Singh bt Karan Prashar 4-14-0; u-16: Vikrant Dahiya bt Aishwaray Goel 9-0Kabir Manrai bt Aniket Khosla 9-1Ramanjot Singh bt Anmol Rattan 9-8(0)Digvijay Singh bt Sabrang Sandal 9-3Rohit Kumar bt Srinjan Singh 9-5Aditya Partap Singh bt Akshay Chauhan 9-3Mohak Bajaj bt Rehan Sareen 9-6Jagdeep Singh Bajwa bt Sagar Bains 9-7Krishna Rajput bt Sidhant Mehla 9-7Calvin Golmei bt Sarthak Jain 9-5Sagar Sehrawat bt Jaideep Singh 9-5Mritunjay Badola bt Rahul Verma 9-1Paras Dahiya bt Anurag Agarwal 9-2Raunaq Singh bt Akashdeep Singh 9-3Himanshu bt Yuvraj Singh 9-2Eklavya Singh bt Rishabh Sharda 9-2 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGreater Noida:Ravindra Jadeja spiced up an otherwise uneventful final day with another lethal spell of left-arm spin as India Blue notched up a crushing 355-run win over Reds to clinch the inaugural day/night Duleep Trophy tournament in Greater Noida on Wednesday With the match already in Blue team’s pocket after a gigantic 337-run first innings lead the fifth day was only of academic interest but Jadeja (5/76 in 181 overs) bundled out Reds set an improbable victory target of 517 runs for 161 in 441 overs India Blue won the 2016 Duleep trophy [email protected] Jadeja’s match haul of 10/171 is his sixth 10-for in first-class cricket and will enhance his confidence as India get ready to take on New Zealand in a week’s time It was again the pace approximately around 90 kmph which made the difference as most of the deliveries straightened after pitching with the odd ball turning away and a few coming in with the angle The batsmen could neither fully commit forward and those going for the cross-batted sweep shot paid the price because of his wicket to wicket line India Blue captain Gautam Gambhir today batted for 10 overs as his team added another 40 runs before declaring the second innings at 179 for five with a lead of 516 runs Rohit Sharma (32 no) got 75 balls as part of his match practice before the Test series With victory out of question one thought that it would be a case of playing out the required overs before the captains decide to call off the match After Abhinav Mukund was hit on the forearm by a Pankaj Singh snorter and subsequently retired Shikhar Dhawan (29) and Sudeep Chatterjee (13) added 36 runs before Jadeja struck the first blow Chatterjee tried to sweep one from the rough and the miscued catch was easily taken by Abhimanyu Mithun at mid-off In the very next over Dhawan was done in by a Parveez Rasool (1/31) delivery that drifted and turned away with Gambhir taking a sharp low catch at first slip Yuvraj Singh (21) and Gurkeerat Singh Mann (39 off 37 balls) added 52 runs in quick time before the veteran superstar lost his concentration while going for a slog sweep against Jadeja only to find Pankaj at deep square leg boundary Yuvraj had a terrible tournament as he scored only 52 runs in four completed innings with an average of 13 An India comeback seems a distant reality as the two-time World Cup winner looked a pale shadow of his old self Reds went downhill from there on as Binny also tried to sweep and missed the line to make it 98 for four (effectively five with Mukund not coming out to bat) In the meantime Karn Sharma (3/33 in 9 overs) increased the pressure as he got Gurkeerat stumped by Dinesh Karthik with a lovely leg-break and Jadeja removed Amit Mishra to make it four wickets for himself Karn then found the outside edge of Ankush Bains (20) and was lucky to dismiss Pradeep Sangwan with a half-tracker Jadeja completed a coveted five-for when he bowled one that had Nathu Singh plumb in-front Brief Scores: India Blue 693/6 decl and 179/5 decl (Mayank Agarwal 52 Rohit Sharma 32 no Kuldeep Yadav 3/62) India Red 356 & 161 in 441 overs (Gurkeerat Singh 39 Ravindra Jadeja 5/76) India Blue won by 355 runs5 TMC. 2017 12:42 pm Aresne Wenger’s position is under scrutiny after Arsenal fell off the pace in Premier League title race. 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