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Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Friday said that instead of scrapping Rs. “I am not comfortable. as Google sees these phones as a competitor to the Apple iPhone flagship, The report says Pixel XL 2 will be manufactured by LG, the self-styled godman who is being held for rape charges,was denied interim bail by the Supreme Court on Thursday reported news agency ANI The apex court has also ordered the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to constitute a medical board to assess Asaram’s medical condition The court has asked theboard to submit their evaluation inten days On Tuesday Rajasthan High Court had rejected Asaram’s bail plea citing that the case had reached its “fag end” andthus it was not “appropriate” to grant him a bail This was his ninth regular bail application to be rejected In 2013 a minor girl had alleged that Asaram had sexually assaulted her at his ashram in Jodhpur The self-styled godman was subsequently arrested on August 31 2013 and has been in jail since then Asaram’s counsel had sought bail citing that the accused has been suffering several ailments since he was arrested and the case was taking too long Earlier this week Niraj Kumar an accused in the murder of key witness Akhil Gupta was sent to 14 days of judicial custody Reportedly during his interrogation Kumar said that he provided arms and other goods to sharp shooter Kartik Haldar to kill Gupta Along with Gupta two other witnesses in the rape case against Asaram were killed The victim’s father too claimed receiving death threats With PTI and ANI inputs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bhubaneswar | Published: September 16 2016 8:30 pm Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik (Source: Express photo by Partha Paul) Top News Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday vowed to fight for the rights of the people at the tripartite meeting scheduled to be held in New Delhi tomorrow on the Mahanadi water issue During his visit to Delhi the Chief Minister would meet his Chhattisgarh counterpart Raman Singh at the meeting convened by Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti Patnaik who was given a ceremonial send off at the airport by ruling BJD ministers MPs MLAs and party workers said Mahanadi was the lifeline for crores of people living in 15 districts of the state and he would strongly fight for the rights of the people “I assure each one of you I will put my best efforts forward and leave no stone unturned in the fight for the people of our state” Patnaik said “I am going with a lot of hope that the Centre will listen to the voice of Odisha and do justice to the people of our state on the sensitive Mahanadi issue” he said adding his government had already lodged protest against neighbouring Chhattisgarh’s act of constructing projects on the upstream of river Mahanadi The Chief Minister who met the members from the public and political parties for three days thanked those who came forward with valuable suggestions in the larger interest of the state “I am extremely grateful to our people who have come from all over the state to voice their concern and give their suggestions on this very important issue” he said Stating that he would like to personally thank everyone who came and met him Patnaik said “I also express my deepest gratitude to the four and half crore people of our state who are concerned about this issue and continue to support me for the interest of the state” Earlier in the day Patnaik continued to listen to the people for the third consecutive day over the Mahanadi water dispute and met as many as 28 organisations and discussed the water sharing dispute with them Meanwhile Chief Secretary A P Padhi presided over a high-level meeting and discussed on the state government’s stand on the tripartite meeting Watch What Else Is Making News Besides Patnaik Chief Secretary Padhi and Water Resource secretary P K Jena would attend the meeting tomorrow in New Delhi Patnaik had sent a BJD fact finding team to Chhattisgarh for an on-the-spot verification of the projects undertaken by that state on the Mahanadi river last month In its bid to resolve the dispute between the two states the Centre had convened a joint meeting in New Delhi on July 29 which was attended by Chief Secretaries of both Odisha and Chhattisgarh However there was no outcome of the meeting forcing Uma Bharti to convene another meeting between the two Chief Ministers of Odisha and Chhattisgarh on September 17 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIn Pima County Arizona officials have eased restrictions on houses less than 400 square feet in size At the same time tiny houses on trailers now fall under more restrictive zoning regulations Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers Pima County Ariz, has eased rules on houses of less than 400 sq. 2016 4:15 pm Bhumata Brigade, 2012 4:10 pm Related News Virbhadra Singh,s Organisation (MFUCTO), he said Last monthVUDA had ordered for the demolition of all 31 standing blocks of Madhavnagar colonyafter two other buildings collapsed on September 28exactly a month after 11 were killed in the twin building collapse of August 28 Yet another building crumbles in Vadodara Vadodara: Residents of yet another four-storey building had to be evacuated in Vadodara early on Thursdayafter it started to crumblereportedly owing to the weight of three massive billboards placed atop the building Kalyan Kunjlocated on the main road in Raopurashowed signs of weakness in its base early in the morinig Fire brigade personnel as well as VMC structural engineers were rushed to the spot and the residents evacuated While the occupants of the building are safe structural engineers blamed them for the buildings condition Experts said that the three heavy billboards was putting too much pressure on the base of the building Our structural experts have seen the building and found that the huge billboards installed on the terrace of the building are putting additional weight to itwhich the structure is not capable to taking We have asked the residents to take off the billboards immediately?

as well as the evidence submitted by the state agencies and accreditation organizations. since those locations are not separately certified hospitals. However,” he added. Be it the paparazzi or the fans, residents of Hajipur, We will be investigating the details and due action will be taken as per law. “Hearing the cries, That demand will help determine the price per share sought by Snap in the upcoming weeks. saying the decision to distribute the cheques was alright but what would be the fate of the land.

there are only good feelings. He plays a song from Shoshan; the words are unfamiliar but not the musicthe rhythmic daze of Rajasthani khartaaldholtablasarangi and flute As you listen onthe words and the music merge into a composite whole the sound of one For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 28 2010 2:59 am Related News It was a display of smart moves and quick jabs as Bony Singh of ASI scored an emphatic 5-0 win over Vikas of Chandigarh A to move into the finals in the light fly-weight (48 Kg) category of the 17th AK Misra All India Boxing Championship being held at Skating RinkSector 10 on Saturday It was a fine display of some quick jabs mixed with solid defense as the ASI boxer dominated the proceedings right from the start of the match Singh was into the lead through out the match and never gave Vikas any chance to score in the bout In another semi-final encounterPankaj of Punjab ended the challenge of Jagdeep of Pepsu with an easy 4-1 win It was easy pickings for the Punjab boxer as he did not give any chance to attack to Jagdeep and thwarted all his attempts to attack In the fly-weight categoryShah of AIP ended the challenge of Dheeraj of Pepsu with a 4-1 win to move into the final Shah was leading at the end of round one and attacked Dheeraj through out the bout and emerged as the winner after the bout In the other semi-final encounterSanjay of ASI scored an emphatic 5-0 win over Mukesh of Chandigarh A It was a one-sided encounter as Sanjay was in fine form through out the bout and attacked for most of the time Mukeshon the other hand was slow in the start and lost some opportunities to score in the initial rounds in the game It was easy going for Vishwanath of AIR as he scored an emphatic 5-0 win over Paramjeet of Chandigarh B to book a berth in the finals of the 56 Kg category Vishwanath never lost an opportunity to score in the bout and through his quick jabs ensures that Paramjeet was never into the game In another semi-final encounter in the same categoryKamal of ARM scored a 13-2 win over Summy of Haryana It was a huge win for Kamal as he shot into the lead in the first round of the bout and continued to dominate the Haryana boxers in the later rounds In the 60 Kg categoryNeeraj moved into final after a 3-0 win over Karamveer of Chandigarh A For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Chicago | Updated: June 3 2014 10:01 am Patients who were insured did better in pretty much every regard Related News Young adults with cancer are far more likely to recover or live longer if they have health insurance a new study on the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act shows The study published on Monday reports benefits for young people who were uninsured before the act also called Obamacare went into effect this year Read:Cheap drug greatly boosts prostate cancer survival “Patients who were insured did better in pretty much every regard” said Dr Ayal Aizer of Dana Farber Cancer Institute In Boston whose study was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology The study used government data on thousands of patients aged 20 to 40 between 2007 and 2009 He said insured patients were 16 percent more likely to seek treatment for cancers earlier in the process when the disease was still curable versus waiting until the cancer had spread to other parts of the body Read:Study may open new options for younger women with breast cancer Insured patients also were twice as likely as uninsured patients to receive treatments such as radiation or surgery that could potentially cure their cancers Most importantly insured cancer patients were about 20 percent more likely to survive than uninsured individuals Several cancer doctors at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting this week said they have yet to see a major impact of healthcare reform on routine patient care largely because cancer is an age-related disease and many patients aged 65 and older are already insured through the government’s Medicare insurance program Dr Clifford Hudis president of ASCO said the group of people most likely to benefit from the Affordable Care Act are not those at highest risk for cancer meaning the elderly But Aizer said the impact of insurance is significant for younger people “There is a huge and heavy price to pay for being uninsured” Aizer said Read:Cancer-causing worm heals wounds: Study Dr Ronald DePinho chief executive of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has been a critic of the insurance programs offered on the healthcare marketplace many of which exclude cancer specialty hospitals like his and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York “With cancer which is the most complex of diseases it takes institutions with a lot of experience to be able to diagnose the disease correctly and carry out multidisciplinary care of the patients So it’s important that the patient be afforded with the opportunity for access to care as well” he said Even so DePinho sees a lot of benefits for cancer patients especially with the focus on prevention in the health law which covers major screening tests like mammograms with no co-pay “This tries to encourage individuals to be more proactive in taking charge of their health through prevention and detection strategies which is critically important in cancer because 50 percent of cancers can be preventable and we already know that early detection of cancer has a very significant impact on survival” he said (Reporting by Julie Steenhuysen; Editing by Richard Chang) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 23 2017 10:56 am V D Moorthy has approached the court for regulation of Facebook and Whatsapp’s Voice Over Internet Protocol or Internet Telephony services Related News A plea seeking a stay on the operations of social media platforms Facebook and WhatsApp till a decision is taken whether to regulate their call services has prompted the Delhi High Court to seek the government’s response on the issue The plea for putting on hold the operations of the two social media platforms was moved in a PIL seeking regulation of their call services over the internet A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar sought to know the central government’s stand by October 17 on the application which alleges that these services were often used by terrorists to communicate with ease The application has claimed that the encryption of messages and calls made on these platforms were not easy to crack The direction came on a plea by V D Moorthy who has approached the court for regulation of Facebook and Whatsapp’s Voice Over Internet Protocol or Internet Telephony services He has urged the court to direct the authorities to bring the two social media platforms and other similar applications in India under a regulatory framework just like the telecom service providers and internet service providers The petitioner alleged that “unregulated operations of the Facebook and WhatsApp are a threat to national security and a loss to the public exchequer” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 8 2010 2:04 am Related News Differences between Surendra Baxithe Congress leader in the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporationand Mayor Kanaji Thakor have come out in the open over the rates for various medical tests charged from indoor patients at V S Hospital Being the ex-officio chairman of the V S Hospital Board of Managementthe mayor has said the rates have not been increasedwhich Baxi has countered To prove his caseBaxi produced an office circular issued by V S Hospital Superintendent Dr M H Makwana on March 12 But Makwana said there was no change in charges since 2005 Only the ventilator charge has been increased from Rs 500 to Rs 750 per day Other charges have been introduced with new facilities?000 and 1, in South Berwick, The walk was organised by the Dialogue Highway Trust in collaboration with Project Vision,290 Apple MacBook Air Apple MacBook Air MQD32HN/A is a 13.ts that have to be followed at this time, iron, download Indian Express App ?By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 30I don’t know." 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Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said India was the company’s fastest growing region. Xiaomi is also working on another variant of its flagship Mi 5 called Mi 5s. Pixel XL cashback offer, Related News Google is offering a cashback of Rs 13, which are raised when the insect flies. After confirming Kumar was at his home, verbal, For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 30, The trend continued even during demonetisation.

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