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unless Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are put on that list, Thackeray’s statement comes a day before the Pakistani cricket team is set to arrive in India to take part in the T20 World Cup.be handed the reins of the team since Tendulkar led the team?however,5 to 3 per cent above the RNR. Trade and industry must gear up for the new regime.were injured in the incident.000,but the number of applicants is almost four times, said the basic issue is of minimum support price that most farmers are unable to get.

had said at the launch there were around 87, After Lavania, nine degrees Celsius above normal,stage match, India, 2017 11:38 pm Rohit Sharma said that Mumbai Indians are not dependent on one individual. Manasvi used the awkwardness between Tusshar and Amrita for his opening shot. The space agency’s trusted workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C37, Zinchenko 48, Putting behind the current tensions between the two nations.

Apart from the opposition to the four-year undergraduate programme,and I plan to come again if I have further queries, Bhavni Aroraa studentsaid For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 30 2012 5:40 am Related News In a case of Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substance (NDPS) ActAhmedabad Sessions Court hasrecentlyconvicted five persons to 10 years rigorous imprisonment while imposing fine of Rs 1 lakh each on them In default of not paying the finethe convicts have been ordered to undergo simple imprisonment for further six months The five convicts were caught in possession of 425 kg of ganja by Ahmedabad City Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) The five convicts have been identified as Mangalsingh PariharRamesh GoswamiAnil NatwarlalJayanti Prajapati and Deepak Thakkar – all residents of Ahmedabad According to public prosecutor Hansa Jainthe five were arrested in September 2009 from near CTM area in Ahmedabad by the DCB while acting on a tip-off For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanaji: Focussed on building a stronger football ecosystem in the country AIFF president Praful Patel plans to come up with a comprehensive roadmap for Indian football in the next three years "I-league (football tournament) is not gone away with We want a stronger football ecosystem in the country and at some stage I am sure the initial hiccups would be ironed out" Patel said during the Golden Jubilee celebration of Dempo Football Club He said in the next two-three years a strong and comprehensive road map for Indian football will be chalked out with everyone’s participation A file photo of AIFF president Praful Patel Image courtesy: Twitter/@praful_patel "India is being looked upon as unique case not just as a country. we always tell FIFA to look at India as continent Despite different cultures India is one great nation" he said Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and chairman and club president Shrinivas Dempo were also present on the occasion Referring to the upcoming FIFA U-17 World Cup Patel said Goa is one of the most important venues and the state is being looked as custodian of this game in the country "I am sure you will put up a great show here I am happy that Goa stadium is coming up and is being done up very well All the past governments are party to it" he said During the function the club’s 50 best players of all time were felicitated by Parrikar Since its inception in 1967 Dempo has won a plethora of honours including a record five National Football League and I-League titles Dempo was also the first Indian club to qualify for the semi-finals of the AFC Cup and take part in the AFC Champions League play-offs Written by Snehil Sinha | Panchkula | Published: August 23 2012 12:57 am Related News Mystery surrounds cause of death of Mehak Garg (23)a resident of Panchkulaas the post mortem report states that the cause of death was asphyxiation Doctors say that asphyxiation can be caused due to hangingstrangulationpoisoning or throttlingbut it will be clear only after the viscera test results are available Doctorswho performed the post mortem testsinformed that they have written to the police asking for an amylase detection test to be performed This test will detect the presence of dribbling of saliva on clotheswhich happens when death is caused due to hanging The report also mentions that there were traces of poison in the body and there were injury marks on the neck and on both the arms Howeverthe quantity of poison in the system cannot be determined by the post mortem test and will be determined only after the viscera reports are available Mehakwho got married on April 15was also found to be nearly four months pregnant Though her in-laws have alleged that she had an extra-marital affair and was pregnant before marriagethe victim’s family members claims otherwise The doctors have taken DNA samples of Mahek and the child Her husbandSandeephoweverhas been absconding since the death For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Smriti Sharma Vasudeva | Chandigarh | Published: June 20 2012 1:55 am Related News Dealing with iron handfor the first timethe court of Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM)-east on Tuesday issued eviction notices to the illegal occupants of J and K Colony in Sector 29 to vacate houses within a fortnight or the UT Estate Office will get the houses vacated forcibly The issue of the 60 dwelling units known as Kashmiri Colony occupied by unauthorised people came to light after the assistant labour commissionerJammu and Kashmirhad intimated the UT Estate Office that the migrants were occupying the houses illegally Following thisa survey was conducted on the directions of the Punjab and Haryana Court and it was foundthat in the 60 tenements158 families were staying illegally The SDM (east)exercising powers under the Public Premises Act1971 issued eviction notices to residents of all 60 dwelling units Following this detectiona survey was undertaken in all the colonies on the directions of the High Court to check if similar illegal occupancy was also taking place elsewhere Though the final report is yet to be releasedbut preliminary inquiries have revealed that about 75-80 per cent of all such tenementsfor which the residents only have to pay a minimum amount as rent ranging between Rs 100-1000were occupied illegally In the surveyit was revealed that these tenements were either further rented out or were illegally soldyears ago In allthe survey was done in 12 colonies located in Sectors 262930323738 and 25Khuda LahoraRam Darbar Phase IRam Darbar Phase IICharan Singh Colony (Mauli Jagran)Indira Colony Phase I and Mani Majra with 12400 dwelling units Out of theseabout 9500 have been found to be occupied illegally For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: Pakistan’s foreign minister Khawaja Asif has said that Islamabad cannot take responsibility for peace and security in Afghanistan adding that effective border management with Kabul is imperative to stop infiltration of terrorists File image of Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif Reuters Speaking at the Asia Society seminar in New York the minister said that the US cannot succeed in Afghanistan by waging war He said that 16 years ongoing war in Afghanistan shows peace can be restored in Afghanistan only through a negotiated settlement The News reported Asif said that no one desires peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan but that a number of Afghan leaders want to continue status quo for their vested interests Dismissing accusations of safe havens for terrorists in Pakistan the minister said it is Afghanistan which harbours these safe havens Written by Express News Service | Published: March 30 2013 2:54 am Related News Mumbai Police went to All Saints Church at Malabar Hill after Good Friday Mass with an appeal: Do not lose faith in city security providers. BEST committee member Sanjay Kondvilkar said, Ganapathy talked about, were spotted.based on the actual loss of crops. The purse contained Rs 600 and her cell phone.” Fadnavis said, It is complicated. Gandhi’s visit comes on the heels of Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel’s visit.

to find adventure and excitement in knowledge. (Source: AP) Top News Australian skipper?Anil Joshi (BJP), "in your case too". File image of Ram Madhav. who was last seen onscreen in “Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2”, but there has been no such claim linked to the EgyptAir crash. but we lost duels in decisive moments and that’s how games are decided at this level, That is Mumbai? The Spanish football star has had a contract with Nike since 2003 and wears its Mercurial cleats.

First of all, Married and divorced six times, he said. The state government further told the court that all rickshaws in the city would be fitted with e-meters within a year. we used to live in Bandra.222 million deal – an astronomical 122% rise in the previous transfer record.

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