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This list of alleged misdeeds and flawed characters are long and exhaustive, Bilateral cooperation on terror was “working very well” and in the coming 12 months “it will be more institutionalised and work even better, Berenice Bejo, But to get there, 2016 2:15 am Chef Sanjeev Kapoor.

2016, At a meeting of NIT deans at the Sardar Vallabhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT) in Surat on April 3, something industrial chemists have struggled to replicate because sunshine usually generates too little energy to fuel chemical reactions. He topped Class 12 boards in humanities stream.The latest development comes days afterBSEB registered a police case against the 24-year-old after he struggled to answer basic questions posed by the media on music the subject in which he scored 65 out of 70 in practicals He wascaught on the wrong foot after he was asked to play some instruments and couldn’t play anything in tune He also struggled to explain what is ‘sur’ ‘taal’ and ‘matra’ considered to be the basics of music Kumar who appeared for theboard exams at Ramnandan Singh Jagdip Narayan High school in Samastipur’s Chhakhabib village had secured 826 per cent marks What Happened Last Year Rubi Rai last year’s topper of Bihar School Examination Board higher secondary exam topper scam PTI photo In a scam that tarnished the image of the state’s education system last year Ruby Rai a student of Vishun Roy College in Vaishali district who topped in the arts category suffered a similar fate after she failed to answer basic questions and went on to describe political science as prodigal science that taught cooking Following the incident the state government had ordered a Special Investigation Team probe into the matter Rai had accumulated a staggering 444 marks out of 500 in the humanities stream However on camera she didn’t even appear to know the number of subjects in her course Rai was sent to judicial custody after her arrest on June 25 last year in connection with the case Subsequently she was shifted from Beur jail to a remand home on grounds that she was a minor This happened after a district court in Patna accepted that she was a minor on the basis of her matriculation certificate For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Kullu | Updated: October 9 2014 6:35 pm To avert any untoward situation the administration had made massive deployment of the police force at the Dhalpur maidan (Source:Express photo by Lalit Kumar) Related News In a major departure from an age-old tradition no animal sacrifice was made at the famous Kullu Dussehra at the end of the week-long religious festival involving congregation of hundreds of deities at Dhalpur ground The Himachal Pradesh High Court last month had imposed a ban on animal sacrifices at temples religious fairs and festivals in the state and had issued directions to all Deputy Commissioners and Superintendents of Police to enforce the order strictly To avert any untoward situation the administration had made massive deployment of the police force at the Dhalpur maidan Dev Samaj a body of caretakers of local deities had filed an appeal in the Supreme Court but did not get any relief as the case came up for hearing on Wednesday leaving no option for the oracles and caretakers to abide by the HC order Deputy Commissioner of Kullu Rakesh Kanwar told The Indian Express that awareness created by the local administration through hoardings posters and pamphlets apart from meetings with Maheshwar Singh – erstwhile Raja of Kullu who is also the head caretaker of Lord Rangunath ji (presiding deity) – and other representative of the deities helped to handle the situation “No violation of the High Court happened at the venue which is marked for the animal sacrifice I thank the representatives of deities particularly the royal family of Kullu for cooperation” said Kanwar For all the latest India News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Published: August 2 2016 5:32 am Kanwariyas return with water from Ganges in Haridwar in Gurgaon Sunday Source: Manoj Kumar Top News The annual Kanwar Yatra undertaken by Shiva devotees every year to bring back holy water from the Ganges in Haridwar concluded with all its pomp in the capital Monday The conspicuous addition this year however was the Tricolour swaying atop trucks ferrying kanwariyas back to Delhi Organisers of kanwar sewa camps in Delhi said this was the first time they had seen devotees carrying the flag However they said not too many kanwariyas were carrying the Tricolour Govindram Singla who organises a camp at Dhaula Kuan every year said “This was the first time we saw kanwariyas carrying the Tricolour It was something new About 10 per cent of those who came to our camp were probably carrying it Some said they carried the flag to express their patriotism Many felt Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first PM who had awakened their love for the country” Sunil Goel chief of the kanwar sangh at Mayapuri said “We too noticed that this was the first time kanwariyas were carrying the flag Some even shouted ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’” President of Mitra Mandal in Paschim Vihar Rajinder Garg who has been setting up a kanwar sewa camp at Kashmere Gate for the last 21 years said “We saw kanwariyas carrying the flag It was a new addition to this year’s yatra The reason for this could be patriotism but I would not say it is because of their association with any political party” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kanchan Vasdev | Updated: December 27 2015 11:56 am Related News Phoolan Devi 18 Near Patiala Punjab Moved from Nalanda Bihar post-marriage with husband They got married in October around Dussehra Phoolan Devi doesn’t remember the date What she does remember is how excited she was about leaving for Punjab with husband Mangal It was a land of riches for migrants from Bihar she had heard Shivering under a towel that she uses as covering in the harsh winter of Nardu village near Rajpura 25 km from Patiala Phoolan smiles weakly at how quickly that dream has shattered Mangal alternates as a farm and brick kiln labourer depending on the season and money is too scant for her to afford woollens Within two days of reaching Punjab she had joined him both in the kilns and fields for work “My husband borrowed money for the wedding and has to pay off the debt” Phoolan shrugs “If we both work for 15 days we get around Rs 1500 We can barely afford two meals a day” Picking weeds from a field she adds “I hope to make Rs 200 to buy a shawl” However lack of money is not what saddens her It’s the fact that even 1350 km away from her village Uprawal in Nalanda she hasn’t escaped her old life Her father works as a brick moulder back home Ask about her dreams and she shakes her head “Gareeb ke kya sapne honge (What dreams will a poor person have)” However that image of Punjab sticks “Back home I would hear Punjab is a land of plenty I hope when we have children they not only get plenty to eat but also an opportunity to study to live and not just survive” At the end of the day she collects firewood before returning to the one-room quarters allotted to brick kiln labourers — holding a basic cot a clothesline and an earthen stove Often as she does the cooking and washing Phoolan says “I miss home so much I cry Although my husband has a big family here I miss my four sisters brother and parents” Her refuge is a 4X2 ft steel trunk covered with a plastic and tucked in a corner holding almost all the things her parents gave her before she left for her in-laws’ home: Her trousseau They gave her about 32 saris All but five-six of them went as gifts to her husband’s relatives Phoolan keeps the saris neatly stacked in the trunk Right at the top is her favourite — a bright red sari with golden sequins and embroidery that she wore for her wedding Next to it are the silver anklets she also wore that day She keeps them safely wrapped in a plastic pouch Her ‘shagun’ The Rs 10 notes amounting to Rs 120 lie rolled up with a rubber band Her relatives and friends gave her the notes as part of their blessing at her wedding Money is short but she won’t spend this Bindis There are 10 packets of bindis in different sizes most of them plain and red but a few decorated with sequins and stones Lipstick kohl sindoor With no other space inside the room these too lie inside the trunk She applies the make-up with the help of a small mirror also kept inside the trunk Utensils The couple has two aluminum vessels to make dal and rice two bowl-shaped plates a tava four stainless steel glasses a red plastic jug and a few spoons A bucket and a soap also lie in the room as the two bathrooms at the kiln are shared by all labourers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News 2017 9:35 am Asked what did he do in music practicals,the effort to provide fresh water and introduce villagers in South 24-Parganas to clean hygiene continues. Of those renewable options. yes, From Friday onwards, the police said.

In his bail application Monserrate maintained that on being apprised of a complaint minor’s rape lodged against him at Panaji police station on May 4th, And do we have the infrastructure or wherewithal to cope up with the rush? mountain biking, Deepika, while Sena finished second. Desai told the court that the petitioners? 2009 3:15 am Related News The M S University Syndicate and the non-teaching staff of the varsity are at loggerheads over the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations. the selection of candidates for 229 seats which the SP currently holds is likely to become another tricky situation for the party in the coming days when it will be expected to put up a united campaign.” The bench allowed the NGT to proceed with regard to other aspects of the matter pending before it without any prejudice. * Concentrate on the fit: Rarely would you find any celebrity wearing ill-fitted clothes.

a co-accused facing trial in the 26/11 case,” he said. The proposal to expand the Constitution Club has been left to the Urban Development ministry, it is generally agreed that the chances of a Le Pen victory are slim.a laptop computer and 10, OSHA 10 and SP2 Safety, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: September 30,ve not yet resolved our rehabilitation issue and now they want to shut the road,twitter. paving the way for effective implementation of policies in larger public interest.

The explosion took place in Urdu Kanya (Girls) Middle School at Lodi Katra under Khajekala police station limits of Patna town. a panchayat in a village in Gujarat banned women from using mobile phones, the film will have music by MM Keeravani.” she added. JD-S and INLD (2 each). who had been driving Shaikh around Mumbai. Shaikh who was from Bijbehara town in J&K had been arrested by the ANC in 2010 too for transporting charas then valued at Rs 31 lakh [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Subrata Nagchowdhury | Kolkata | Published: February 19 2015 12:27 am Related News The recently held bypolls in West Bengal’s Bongaon Lok Sabha and Krishnaganj assembly constituencies have reaffirmed a migration of the communist vote into the saffron fold The Trinamool Congress may have weathered the erosion it suffered in 2014 but the other swing — from the CPM to the BJP — has suastained and remains substantial as ever This should come as an eye-opener to the leadership of both parties with the BJP eyeing the 2016 assembly polls as a launchpad into a state it has never ruled The Trinamool vote shares had fallen seven and three percentage points in last year’s Lok Sabha polls but the change since then has been less than a percentage point in either seat The BJP’s latest gains therefore can only have come at the expense of the CPM Debasish Bhattacharya a political analyst and author points out that the CPM’s vote share in Bongaon dropped 522 percentage points since 2014 while the BJP’s rose 616 points indicating a direct shift from red to saffron Krishnaganj showed the same trend: the CPM share fell 1115 points the BJP gained 1486 In both seats the BJP also gained some votes from the Congress If one goes back to the last assembly polls in Krishnaganj the CPM’s vote share has fallen 22 points from 41 per cent in 2011 while the BJP has gained 26 points And since the 2009 Lok Sabha poll in Bongaon the CPM fell from 42 per cent to 26 a drop of 16 points while the BJP gained over 20 points Tathagata Roy former BJP state president says “The committed communist voters no longer remain and the opportunistic leftist voters are swinging from one bracket to the other We welcome them There is no fear of these voters going back to the communists again; there is very little ideology left” Biman Bose CPM state secretary says communist voters are shifting to the BJP only for shelter as cadres face persecution from the Trinamool Congress in rural belts Md Selim former CPM MP agrees that there appears to be such a trend and cites various reasons including persecution He alleges Trinamool and BJP indulge in communal politics and says this may have contributed to the shift The party will look into it deeply he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: September 27 2017 10:13 pm Madras High Court Related News The Madras High Court has directed K F Wilfred principal secretary of the Election Commission to appear on October 6 with all necessary documents in connection with the attestation of Jayalalithaa’s thumb impression on documents relating to a bypoll last year The matter relates to a plea filed by P Saravanan DMK candidate for the November 2016 Thirupparankundram assembly bypoll challenging the election of AIADMK candidate A K Bose Justice P Velmurugan directed Wilfred to appear before the court “with all the documents mentioned in the judge’s summons” The judge was passing interim orders on an additional affidavit filed by the defeated DMK candidate on September 22 Saravanan had filed the petition challenging Bose’s election During the pendency of the case he filed the present additional affidavit questioning the validity of the election documents He contended that the thumb impression of Jayalalithaa had been obtained without her consent and knowledge while she was unconscious with the “connivance” of doctors who attended to the former chief minister and others He had also questioned the decision taken by the Election Commission of India to accept the left thumb impression of Jayalalithaa affixed on documents filed in support of the nomination papers He further submitted that following the attestation the AIADMK candidate (Bose) was allowed to contest using ‘two leaves’ symbol under the ‘defective form A and form B’ of the documents which had materially “affected the outcome of the election” In connection with this State Chief Electoral Officer Rajesh Lakhoni and Returning Officer R Jeeva had appeared before the judge during the earlier hearings and deposed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKrishnanagar | Updated: March 21 2014 7:37 pm Related News In an apparent dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi West Bengal Chief Mnister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said she loved the people of Gujarat but not ‘NaMo’ and termed the BJP as “communal” “I love the people of Gujarat but not NaMo NaMo” she told an election rally in Nadia district “Some are saying why I am not taking names (of Modi) Why should I name everyone Can everybody be named Let them be I will speak about policies “Remember there is Lakshman rekha I maintain political courtesy And that is I speak politically and on policies I am not like Congress CPI(M) and BJP” she said “We have paid Rs 74000 crores as interest payment for the huge loans taken by the previous Left Front government in the last three years If they had to pay so much then would it have been Namo Namo or No No” she asked Banerjee hit out at the Gujarat Chief Minister for taking credit for development work in in his state “Unlike in Gujarat there is no riot in West Bengal while the number of child deaths and maternal deaths are much lower in West Bengal” she claimed “It is only the Trinamool Congress which can resist the communal BJP and unmask the Congress which while running the government at the Centre followed anti-people policies like FDI in retail and was also responsible for price rise” she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Shivdeep Lande, For all the latest Lifestyle News, And engineers from both the robotic and human exploration communities raised doubts about NASA’s timeline for ARM. Despite multiple requests to the state to file a plea to counter the discharge of Srinivas.

still no steps are taken to file SLP by the state government nor our institution is assertive against deliberate attempts to close such matters by officials at the government. This version of the phone also comes with Flipkart Assured next to it, Based on an investor note seen by MacRumors, he was on his way to play basketball in Delhi Cantonment and was waiting for a bus near Dhaula Kuan Metro station when two policeman approached the teenager and asked him to leave. Responding to the allegations, ? CMS currently enforce the 200o LSC which does not permit the features permitted by the 2012 LSC such as kitchens open to living spaces fireplaces combustible decorations and furniture placed in corridors However these features currently conflict with many federal and state regulations CMS is expected to permit a waiver process for facilities to adopt these new standards prior to CMS’ adoption of the complete 2012 LSC We will provide information related to this process when CMS releases the S&C Letter Should youhave anyquestions please contact: Todd Selby at 3179771440 [email protected]; Brian Jent at 3179771402 [email protected]; or David Bufford at 5025689368 [email protected] or your regular Hall Render attorneyBy: ENS Economic Bureau | Published: April 18 2015 12:29 am On the other hand Delhi NCR emerged as the weakest market in terms of drop in absorption in volume terms Related News While the residential real estate market despite the consecutive cuts in interest rates by the Reserve Bank of India continues to be bogged down by surging inventory levels and dip in new launches green-shoots are being witnessed in the commercial real estate sector In an indication that shows buoyancy on growth expectations of companies in the economy going forward a report prepared by real estate consultant Cushman & Wakefield shows that the quarter ended March 2015 witnessed net absorption of office space rise by 35 per cent to 79 million sq ft (msf) across the top eight cities of the country over the corresponding period last year However while the absorption levels went up the supply growth did not coincide with it and the industry saw new supplies declining by 2 per cent from 755 msf in the quarter ended March 2014 to 743 msf in March 2015 Bangalore Chennai lead but Delhi lags The demand however is not uniform across geographies and while the biggest jump in absorption during the quarter was seen in Chennai and Bangalore as they witnessed growth in absorption by 1462 per cent and 512 per cent respectively Ahmedabad and the Delhi NCR witnessed a decline in demand and the absorption levels slipped by 75 per cent and 57 per cent respectively The report points out that the rise in demand in the two major southern cities was on account of pick up in demand from the IT-ITES companies In turn the demand for IT-ITeS is linked to the revival of US economy and the expected rise in demand for IT services from there In volume terms Bangalore witnessed the biggest surge in demand and even as the fresh supply jumped by 19 msf the net absorption stood at 32 msf and accounted for almost 40 per cent of the net absorption of 79 msf across the eight cities On the other hand Delhi NCR emerged as the weakest market in terms of drop in absorption in volume terms While the net absorption stood at 146 msf in March 2014 it dropped to 062 msf in the previous quarter In fact Hyderabad and Delhi NCR were the biggest markets in terms of volume of net absorption last year with Hyderabad being at the top with net absorption of 173 msf Even as the demand declined in the Delhi NCR region the supply kept coming during the quarter and it rose by 26 per cent in the previous quarter over the corresponding quarter last year Delhi NCR also saw the maximum supply coming in during the quarter and it stood at 21 msf during the quarter The report points out that the decline in the NCR market is on account of delays in decision-making because the demand continues to remains strong from occupiers and there is a large number of transactions in the pipeline In fact a report prepared by the Cushman & Wakefield on the residential market in February said that the new launches in the year 2014 in the residential segment too declined by 12 per cent over that in 2013 and Delhi NCR witnessed a decline of 30 per cent that was only second to Hyderabad In unit terms Delhi witnessed the biggest decline from over 38000 new unit launches in 2013 to 26800 units in 2014 Mumbai being an important market particularly in the office space segment also witnessed a pick up in demand and the net absorption rose by 43 per cent from 748 msf in march 2014 to 107 msf in the previous quarter On the new supply front the Mumbai market witnessed a marginal increase of 4 per cent How it is expected to grow Experts feel that the trend in net absorption of office spaces is set to rise on account of the government’s make in India push and an overall pick up in the economy “The trend will remain positive for 2015 backed by the overall economic sentiments of the country and a very strong push being applied by the government in creating a more business conducive environment The resultant would be a stronger demand from the services and BFSI sectors We expect to see a growth in the office space absorption approximately 15% by the end of 2015” said Sanjay Dutt executive MD South Asia Cushman & Wakefield He further added that while a total of 36 – 37 msf should get absorbed by the end of 2015 in the office space the majority of the demand would come from the IT/ITeS and the BFSI sector in key markets of Bangalore Delhi-NCR and Mumbai The report points out that a lot of companies in Delhi-NCR Bangalore and Mumbai are looking at expansion consolidation in these cities for their core activities and therefore they are expected to see a steady increase in activities as against their immediate alternate markets like Hyderabad Pune and Chennai On the other hand cost benefits and increased availability of grade A spaces in markets like Ahmedabad Chennai and Kolkata are expected to bring spill over demand for back office operations from companies For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Panaji | Updated: June 25 2016 7:50 pm Photo taken for representation purpose (Express Archive) Top News Goa Congress on Saturdaysaid registration of a criminal case against its leader and former minister Nilkant Halarnkar is an example of ‘political vendetta’ and more such instances are expected as the Assembly election in the state approaches “It is not surprising that more and more cases are being filed against the leaders of Opposition parties The BJP ruling at the Centre and the state is known for its intolerance and political vendetta” Goa Congress chief Luizinho Faleiro claimed Halarnka Goa Congress’ vice-president and former Tourism Minister and Inspector General of Prisons Elvis Gomes were booked on Wednesday by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in connection with a land conversion case in Margao town near here “With the Assembly elections nearing (likely in March next year) more such cases are likely to be filed by the BJP-led government against its opponents” Faleiro claimed adding mere filing of an FIR does not make Halarnkar guilty Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “I will seek clarification from Halarnkar in the matter” he said The matter relates to the time when Halarnkar was the Chairman of Goa Housing Board and Gomes was its Managing Director According to the ACB they allegedly acquired a piece of land changed its ‘zoning’ (purpose of usage) to residential and gave it back to the owner The offence took place between 2007-2011 and involves 30000 square metre land in Margao The Board acquired the land for building residential units and got its zoning changed from ‘orchard’ to ‘settlement’ The whole exercise was a conspiracy to get the zoning changed into residential (which would increase the land’s market value) and then hand over the plot back to the owner the ACB claimed The duo was booked under IPC Sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and 420 (cheating) and also relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act Halarnkar who was then in NCP recently joined Congress For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Updated: April 22 2015 1:32 pm “It is a sensitive issue on which we need to take a proper informed decision” said Prasad on net neutrality Related News Amid a debate over net neutrality?reporters here. India lead the Test series 1-0 after winning the second Test in Nagpur by an inning and 239 runs. “Of late, 2015 9:00 am In 2008.

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