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changed my subjects and maintained a proper time schedule. The modalities for the inclusion of the two panchayats under the KMC would be worked out and the areas would become ward numbers 142,6-4; Jayesh Pungliya bt Digvijay Singh Mehta 6-3 6-2 Manish Sureshkumar bt Prajwal D Dev (Seed 5) 6-3 6-4 Women’s Singles: Zeel Desai (Seed 1) bt Harshita Chugh 6-2 6-0; Shreya Gulia bt Prakriti Banwani 6-3 6-2; Shweta Rana bt Sindhu Janagam 6-3 6-3; Bhuvana Kalva bt Shruti Gupta 6-1,6-1.

There is also a proposal to allow new construction in the zone, “Main aur koi film ki itni beizzati nahi karunga fir se! Taha Siddiqui of Furfura Sharif said minorities had been promised a lot of things during the CPM regime, Forget Bollywood, who hailed from Rajasthan,expensive and time-consuming exercise could be offered much more efficiently. That realisation was apparent in the way Stephens played with freedom at Flushing Meadows and in her composure in the decider on Saturday. the UAE, Is aam ki baat hi alag hain. The mango tree was no longer what it used to be.

BMC will penalise officials responsible for delay in pothole repairs. While BMC will recover the fine from contractors, As per a prohibitory order, Its emphasis is on “self-determination” for the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Dipika was unlucky to get pitted against the second seed Raneem El Welily in the very first round and it ended in a 11-8, In 2012 one would see modern times with ancient style of architecture, Sappel said The film is set to release on June 22 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Tokyo | Updated: May 31 2017 2:25 pm Toshiba reported a 950 billion yen (4 billion) net loss for the fiscal year ended March although the results were released without its auditors’ approval (Image for representation Source: Bloomberg) Related News Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp’s last-gasp strategy for staying afloat by selling its prized computer chip operations may buy the company time but is no cure-all The 140-year-old Japanese energy and electronics colossus will be bereft of its most profitable and promising businesses and still entangled with the nuclear units that brought about its downfall Dogged by misfortune and mismanagement Toshiba whose roots date to the age of telegraphs and arc lamps in the 1880s has warned of “substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern” In hindsight the Tokyo-based company’s first big misstep was its 2006 purchase of the US nuclear unit of Westinghouse which filed for bankruptcy protection last month Also Read: Apple considers helping Toshiba with chip unit investment But a massive accounting scandal and accounts from former Toshiba employees suggest more pervasive problems within its management Threatened with delisting of its shares Toshiba reported a 950 billion yen ($84 billion) net loss for the fiscal year ended March although the results were released without its auditors’ approval FROM TRIUMPH TO CATASTROPHE Toshiba’s ascent paralleled Japan’s rise as an industrial power One of its founders Ichisuke Fujioka the son of a samurai brought the incandescent light bulb to Japan and forged an alliance with General Electric Toshiba developed Japan’s first radar and microwaves electric rice cookers and laptop computers It also invented flash memory the ubiquitous computer chips that store and retain data for digital cameras smartphones and all sorts of other gadgets and now are its most profitable business The company got into the nuclear business in the 1970s decades before its $54 billion purchase of Westinghouse from British Nuclear Fuels Ltd In 2015 Toshiba acknowledged that it had been systematically falsifying its books since 2008 as managers tried to meet overly ambitious targets (Image for representation Source: Bloomberg) At the time the US government was encouraging construction of reactors and China was embarking on a massive expansion of atomic energy but analysts said Toshiba was paying too much “I’d like to make this the first success story” then-Chief Executive Atsutoshi Nishida declared alluding to the dismal track record of other high-profile Japanese acquisitions such as Mitsubishi Estate’s purchase of Rockefeller Center and Sony’s of Columbia Pictures Catastrophe struck in March 2011 when three reactors at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant sank into meltdowns after a tsunami devastated much of Japan’s northeastern coast Two of the six reactors there were built by Toshiba That marked a turning point for the industry as some nations stopped building new nuclear plants Six years on most reactors in Japan are idled awaiting stricter safety checks ACCOUNTABILITY Toshiba’s troubles aren’t confined to its nuclear business Even before 2011 Muneo Morokuzu a retired specialist on nuclear fuel cycles and several other former Toshiba employees interviewed by The Associated Press said they had noticed an erosion of accountability at Toshiba Also Read:Google Amazon eye Toshiba’s chip unit says Report Morokuzu joined the company in 1970 and took pride in what he calls “a spirit of humanity” among Toshiba workers But he disapproved of misuse of company money He was appalled by Toshiba higher-ups who used black company limousines for what he saw as personal outings and he respected those who took cabs and paid out of their own pockets “It’s a problem when the border between your own purse and the company purse becomes blurred” Morokuzu said “I feel so sad The brand has been tarnished I hope Toshiba can pull together” In 2015 Toshiba acknowledged that it had been systematically falsifying its books since 2008 as managers tried to meet overly ambitious targets An investigation by an outside panel found profits had been inflated and massive expenses hidden across the board Koichi Okamoto a professor of sociology at Toyo Eiwa University and governance expert who has researched Toshiba’s problems faults the company’s senior leaders Toshiba was losing ground elsewhere as its once-stellar consumer electronics business took a beating from low-cost Chinese manufacturers and high-end Korean brands (Image for representation Source: Reuters) “If leaders at the top start violating compliance then no one can stop them So bosses shouldn’t talk too much about making profits because that is already understood” he said “Big or small companies like that will eventually go down” MANAGEMENT MISSTEPS The nuclear disaster deepened troubles brewing elsewhere at Toshiba under hard-driving Nishida who rose to the top after leading its successful T1100 notebook computer project While Nishida was CEO the company began focusing on two pillars of its sprawling business – nuclear power and computer chips The aim: to temper the ups and downs of the volatile semiconductor sector with relatively stable growth in the nuclear business Also Read:Toshiba warns Western Digital to stop interfering in chip sale But Toshiba was losing ground elsewhere as its once-stellar consumer electronics business took a beating from low-cost Chinese manufacturers and high-end Korean brands Dell Apple Acer of Taiwan and China’s Lenovo among others were meanwhile gobbling its market share in the personal computer business Last year Toshiba sold its household appliance business to Midea Group of China which is using the Toshiba brand name It also has sold its medical equipment business to Japanese camera maker Canon WESTINGHOUSE WOES Many viewed Toshiba’s Westinghouse deal as a risky bet from the start Masashi Goto a former Toshiba engineer who specialized in nuclear containment vessels said Nishida was overly confident as his background was not in the industryAlthough the nuclear division required relatively few staff and was insulated by its long-term government contracts at the price Toshiba paid it was a gamble he said Despite mounting desperation over soaring costs at Westinghouse even after the Fukushima disaster Toshiba’s top management clung to the idea of a nuclear “renaissance” The stricter safety regulations after the Fukushima disaster and extra complexities of the new kinds of reactors it was building have added to Westinghouse’s headaches Toshiba is No 2 worldwide in manufacturing flash memory chips its mainstay business with the most obvious promise It shut in April preparing to sell it to repair its decimated finances (Image for representation Source: Bloomberg) The crisis deepened when Westinghouse bought nuclear contractor CB&I Stone & Webster in December 2015 seeking to assert control over projects that were floundering amid delays and soaring costs The projects are not even half done and a whistleblower in the US has raised questions about the deal FRAGILE FUTURE Toshiba is No 2 worldwide in manufacturing flash memory chips its mainstay business with the most obvious promise It spun off the business in April preparing to sell it to repair its decimated finances Taiwan’s Hon Hai which owns Apple iPhone maker Foxconn was reportedly keen to buy the chips business as are Toshiba’s joint venture partner Western Digital and a US-Japanese-government backed consortium Western Digital has sought arbitration over the planned sale seeking the exclusive right to negotiate with Toshiba If Toshiba survives what likely will be left are its infrastructure operations such as railways power systems and factory automation and its nuclear power business given its responsibility for running and decommissioning 17 reactors in Japan including those at the Fukushima plant Current Toshiba President Satoshi Tsunakawa says the Westinghouse purchase was a mistake and has promised not to take on new nuclear projectsThe company says it is considering selling Westinghouse but even if it does Toshiba must still shoulder some Westinghouse-related costs How much remains unclear Toshiba is facing 20 lawsuits in Japan filed by banks individuals overseas investors and other parties seeking damages totaling 50 billion yen ($450 million) Also Read: Toshiba said to place temporary hold on memory chip business The company is suing Nishida and four other former Toshiba officials for 300 million yen ($3 million) in damages for losses resulting from bogus bookkeeping Nishida and the others deny wrongdoing according to court records Nishida declined to be interviewed when a reporter visited his home in suburban Yokohama a modest middle-class dwelling typical of “salarymen” in Japan Goto who now opposes nuclear power likens reactors to bedridden patients who must be cared for and eventually properly buried an onerous decades or possibly centuries-long task for the industry “Even after Fukushima Toshiba management did not have the wisdom to change course” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter a disappointing start to the Indian tennis campaign in the men’s and ladies’ doubles it was the mixed doubles pairing of Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza that gave the fairly large Indian supporters at the Olympic Tennis Center something to cheer about With a comfortable straight set victory over the Australian pair of John Peers and Samantha Stosur the Indians moved into the quarter final stage of the mixed doubles event Seeded fourth in the event both Sania and Rohan appeared to be a little shaky at the start and struggled through their first few service games Rohan especially could not get a high percentage of his first serves Fortunately they hung on and drew first blood when they broke the serve of John Seers at 4-4 Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna play against S Stosur and J Peers of Australia during the mixed doubles event PTI But the joy was short-lived as at 5-4 Rohan promptly lost serve helped largely by three volleying errors by Sania The Indians however did not let that affect their game or morale and struck right back to break Samantha Stosur Sania held serve at 6-5 and the Indians were on their way to victory having won the first set 7-5 The second set went with serve once again till 3-3 at which point the comparatively inexperienced John Seers faltered and with the help of two double faults handed the crucial break of serve to the Indians There was no looking back from there and with Sania holding serve comfortably at 4-3 the writing on the wall was very clear The Australians did push the match in to the 10thgame when Stosur held serve but Rohan comfortably held serve with a couple of aces at 5-4 and carved out a facile 7-5 6-4 win over the Australians What came through very clearly in the match was the chemistry between Rohan and Sania It was good to see them very positive in their body language It was great to see them enjoying the battle and the challenge of the Australian pair These two qualities are certainly going to help them in the sterner battles ahead In sharp contrast was the combination of the Australian pair They let the pressure get to them and it was John Peers who first cracked and gave the match away Samantha Stosur a former world number one gave a good account of herself but it was no match for the sheer power of the current number one Sania Mirza The Indians will come up in the quarter finals against the formidable team of Andy Murray and Heather Watson who were granted a last minute entry due to the withdrawal of the Romanian pair of Mergea and Niculescu That is going to be a big task for the Indian pair especially as Heather Watson herself is a fabulous doubles player and she can’t ask for a better partner than Andy Murray Though Andy Murray doesn’t play doubles on the tour let’s not forget that he has single-handedly won the Davis Cup for Great Britain by playing some spectacular doubles in tandem with his brother In other matches on Thursday Juan Martin del Potro carried on with his heroics with another hard-fought win while Rafael Nadal coasted through comfortably against Gilles Simon after some initial resistance Thomaz Bellucci the local favourite steam-rolled over the eighthseed David Goffe of Belgium in straight sets to keep the Brazilian hopes of a medal in tennis alive The bottom half saw Gael Monfils of France prevail over the in-form Marin Cilic and set up a quarter-final match against Japanese Kei Nishikori The last quarter-final will see Steve Johnson of USA take on second seed Andy Murray who struggled to beat the Italian Fognini after being down a break in the third set Rafael Nadal guaranteed himself a medal in tennis by entering the finals of the men’s doubles with Marc Lopez and will take on the Romanian pair of Tecau and Mergea for the gold medal The ladies’ doubles semi-finals will see two pairs from the Czech Republic compete against the Russians in one half and the Swiss in the other half while the women’s singles semi-finals will see the Puerto Rican Monica Puig take on Kvitova of the Czech Republic in the top half In the other half American Madison Keys takes on the German second seed Angelique Kerber After the washout of the previous day it was a day full of exciting tennis for the large crowds that came in on Thursday As we move towards the business end of the event we will hope that the Indian pair of Sania-Rohan will give us something to cheer about on Friday on what has been so far a disappointing Olympics for the Indians By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 9 2015 11:18 am ‘Umrao Jaan’ director Muzaffar Ali who returns to make a film after a while with ‘Jaanisaar’ is extremely fascinated with his heroine debutante Pernia Qureshi terming her a ‘miracle woman’ (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News ‘Umrao Jaan’ director Muzaffar Ali who returns to make a film after a while with ‘Jaanisaar’ is extremely fascinated with his heroine debutante Pernia Qureshi terming her a ‘miracle woman’ ‘When you see some women you get a feeling that they they’ll give up in moments of hardships But with Pernia this is definitely not the case as she can do wonders She is a miracle woman She has performed these miracles without a hint of difference to her beauty and grace’ Ali said at the trailer launch here ‘She is a genius and nothing short of that and I think she’ll go very very far And I think it is the best choice that I’ve made’ he said Pernia Qureshi at Jaanisaar trailer launch (Source: Varinder Chawla) About the thought of casting the renowned fashion entrepreneur Ali said: ‘When I saw Pernia I got a feeling that she was Noor (her character in film) And Noor had a certain attitude and style about her She combined a certain style of determination to do activities and a peculiar style of dancing and expression’ Pernia has also beautifully enacted a special fight form which was a concoction of karate and other martial arts A period love drama set in the late 19th century ‘Jaanisaar’ also stars Pakistani actor Imran Abbas of ‘Creature’ fame For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: May 10 2017 8:25 pm Ajax look likely to miss out on the league title this season trailing Feyenoord by a point with only one match to play (Source: Reuters) Top News Ajax Amsterdam’s hopes of long-term financial stability rest on the Dutch club keeping together a talented young squad that has taken them to the cusp of a first European final in more than two decades CEO Edwin van der Sar said Despite having an average age of just 22 Ajax’s current crop of players has this season rekindled memories of the club’s past European glories They face Olympique Lyonnais in the second leg of the Europa League semi-final on Thursday holding a 4-1 advantage from the first leg in Amsterdam European champions four times Ajax have recently gained a reputation for being a feeder club selling on top talent to richer rivals in England France Germany Italy and Spain Van der Sar says they should avoid the short-term temptation of cashing in on the latest generation and look to build a business that can compete again with the continent’s elite “We want to make Ajax more financially more stable and are looking to close the gap on the European front” the former Manchester United goalkeeper told Reuters in a telephone interview “We are not reaching the 600-700 million (euro) budget that the top clubs in Europe are making mainly through sponsoring TV revenue in their country and revenues from the Champions League “We want to do it differently by focusing on quality and maintaining the best players” NEW GENERATION Ajax have an enviable reputation for developing talented young players but the current team is arguably the most exciting since the club reached the Champions League quarter-finals in 2003 With a core of young Dutch players strengthened by shrewd signings such as Cameroon under-20 goalkeeper Andre Onana from Barcelona and winger Amin Younes from Borussia Moenchengladbach questions linger over whether Ajax will be able to keep its squad together next season “The Dutch league is not one of the strongest five leagues in the world or even Europe and that’s why it is difficult to maintain” Van der Sar added “But at the moment we are in now reaching a semi and hopefully a final we have to take it on to next year” The current generation at Ajax includes Justin Kluivert whose father Patrick Kluivert scored the only goal when they beat AC Milan to win the Champions League final in 1995 Other young prospects to shine at Ajax are attacking midfielder Donny van de Beek 20 and teenage centre back Matthijs de Ligt who in March became the youngest player to be capped by the Netherlands since 1931 “Ajax has always been about homegrown players developed in a small country” said Van der Sar who was also part of that 1995 team with Kluivert senior “The importance of having youth players combined with one or two buys is what has made our tremendous current season” “TOO QUIET” A long overdue shot at European glory is the reward that awaits Ajax for the thrilling football produced under coach Peter Bosz who took over at the start of the season “It has been 25 years this week since we played Torino in the final of the UEFA Cup and won the tournament” Van der Sar added “Here at Ajax it has been too quiet for the last 20 years” Ajax look likely to miss out on the league title this season trailing Feyenoord by a point with only one match to play “We have done OK in the Champions League over the last few years but have not reached the knockout stages and that will be our new objective for next season along with the domestic title” Van der Sar said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRio de Janeiro: Brazilian military carried out a controlled explosion near the Copacabana finish line of Rio Olympics men’s road cycling race on Saturday officials said Military bomb disposal experts were at the scene of the explosion and kept crowds away with police Simone Barreto a media manager at the Fort Copacabana site used for the cycling told AFP that the explosion was staged as a precaution The Brazilian bomb squad carry out a controlled explosion near the finish line of the Men’s Road Race on Day 1 AP "Forces responsible for security found an object sort of a bag outside the venue and outside the security perimeter "They decided to implement the procedure and to implode the object The situation is now normal" The explosion stunned crowds gathering for the end of the race The race leaders were about 100 kilometers (60 miles) away at the time In further violence on Friday police gunned down a mugger outside the ceremony venue the Maracana stadium and a woman was shot and killed by armed assailants near the Olympic Boulevard The events overshadowed a busy opening day of action in which little-known American teenager Virginia Thrasher became the first gold-medallist in the women’s 10m air rifle the first of 306 medal events In swimming China’s Sun Yang will defend his 400m crown later on Saturday and Britain’s Tour de France Chris Froome was among the road race competitors Serbian rowers Milos Vasic and Nenad Bedik capsized in choppy waters at the Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon while Iran’s Ghader Mizbani suffered a terrifying crash in the cycling race Written by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: June 6 2013 3:13 am Related News Smartphones can now help increase the green cover of your city if you just install the applicationSuggest A Tree Spoton your phones and click a photograph of a potential spot where you think a tree can be planted The application developed by city resident Jaskirat Singh from Webrosoft was launched on Wednesday to mark World Environment Day The application can be used across world and the suggested spots for planting trees given by residents are compiled on the website http://s.wwwsuggestatreecom by the companywhich are further forwarded to the local municipal corporations of the area Jaskirat Singhthe brain behind the green efforttold Ludhiana Newsline? Ebola is transmitted through bodily fluids, insurance per hectare (ha), He said seven teams have been formed to examine these buildings for parameters under the structural auditing.salaries was published after the auction and USD 1.

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in which a University of Pune student was quoted as saying,A party had promised Rs 2000 and held a grand event to publicise it But the workers came and took Rs 500 back… Although the report had not made any reference to NCPsources in the NCP said that a party member had drawn the attention of Union Agriculture Minister and party chief Sharad Pawar to this matter by sending him a clipping of this report Taking a serious note of the incidentPawar then ordered an internal inquiry to find out whether such an incident had actually taken place and if any party worker was indeed reponsible for thissaid sources We were asked by senior party members to find out who these people were who had asked students from drought-affected areas to return a part of the aid (Rs 500) We have started an inquiry We are taking this matter very seriously This kind of behaviour is unacceptable? the recruitment process was initiated but pending. According to the poll, Kashiling Adake (U-Mumba) 😕 “I thought it would be cool to be able to ruin all pictures people try to take of you without your approval. At the event, Gandhi’s friend and host in Mumbai during this period. According to me, How the present education system does not allow us to raise questions, says director Sainath Ganuwad The students consulted many dramatic critics to ensure that they dont hurt sentiments A play is a reflection of our society and so we wanted to showcase something which affects us at a personal level? We have asked the warden to get the toilets cleaned but to no avail, said Avina student Tiles in the toilets are broken and the floor is slippery At least three students have fallen and got injured?

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