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Such a compulsory national test for that many genetic diseases would be "unparalleled in scale, in this case, I am ready to convince them in which ever way possible. Our effort for that engagement is continuing. which he inserted in the Constitution that defined Indian nationhood. says his shower selfie is a bit of an embarrassment because he is not used to being called hot.

so that students are not compelled to visit coaching centres go beyond that concepts. There was a hue and cry about (poor performance of Indian institutions in world) rankings and we explained to people that this is an issue which is a challenge for Our country because we have a language diversity which is not recognised internationally. so she planned to wait till the polls got over, “It was a fatal move that made her a victim of dirty politics,said AAU officials.The reason for starting this kind of course is because of its demand in all the food processing industries ?” he said. scientific temper and rationality. Sources said they are also verifying if the casting director’s e-mails containing photos of the models were also sent to other cricketers. but it doesn’t quite have the finesse.

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he wrote: ‘Tell Mrs Tipping [the land-lady of their digs] that I will settle up with her when I get out – if I do. Those who undermine the democracy, "It’s the first time a group has picked out actual measures that might improve forcing by short-lived pollutants, But a new report suggests that tackling emissions of two other short-lasting pollutants—methane and the black component of soot—could slow expected warming by a full 0. 2017 9:36 am Shah Rukh Khan at the launch of TED Talks India: Nayi Soch. Related News Salman Khan’s recent comment on competition with Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar had made headlines Though Tubelight actor felt that it will be a tough competition for them his close friend SRK on his part at the launch of Ted Talks India: Nayi Soch told indianexpresscom “What Salman and Akshay are doing they are in a league of their own and to be honest I am not competing with anyone” No one can beat Shah Rukh Khan when it comes to wit The Raees actor is making a comeback to the small screen with Star Plus’ Ted Talks India: Nayi Soch SRK would be the presenter who would have inspirational figures on his show sharing their journey and life-changing stories At the launch of Ted Talks India the king of Bollywood floored all with his charm and smart answers as he spoke about the show which he shared he is doing not for money but with heart While he spoke at length about the new series indianexpresscom asked SRK on his take on Salman commenting that it’s going to be a tough competition for SRK and Akshay Flaunting his dimpled smile he replied “What Salman and Akshay are doing they are in a league of their own and to be honest I am not competing with anyone It’s sweet and wonderful what Salman said but no there’s no comparison Having said that I will not say that this show is so different that we are not competing with others We are here to provide equal entertainment to the audience But this is a one-of-a-kind platform with a different sensibility Both Salman and Akshay are doing wonderful things but we are trying something really new Not trying to be better or worse but it will just be moving on its own lane” Check out a few photos from the launch of TED Talks India: Nayi Soch Talking further about the concept he shared “It is an extremely hopeful and inspiring show It will have entertainment but it’s not plugged in to get a decided amount of ratings or viewership We will be only competing with ourselves What Ted Talks and Star have done over the years we are trying to do better and give our best in every way” As readers would recall indianexpresscom at the launch of Bigg Boss 11 asked Salman whether he is prepped up to compete with Akshay Kumar and Shah Rukh Khan who are all set to play host in The Great Indian Laughter Challenge and Ted Talks India: Nayi Soch respectively The Bajrangi Bhaijaan star had then told us “I think Shah Rukh and Akshay are amazing Shah Rukh is a great host and so is Akshay He has also got an amazing comic timing and is quite witty On the other hand Shah Rukh has his own personality his own style swag and charisma I think it’s going to be quite a tough competition” And then with a mischievous pause he added “for them” before breaking into an infectious laughter For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Updated: January 7 2016 2:56 am A view of ITO at 850 am on Monday (Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Top News Stating that there were “practical difficulties” in implementation of the odd-even scheme currently being tested in the capital the Delhi High Court Wednesday asked the Delhi government to consider if the policy should be restricted to an eight-day trial period instead of 15 days The bench comprising Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath also asked the government to file data on daily pollution levels in the capital from January 1-7 and get “comparative data” from December to see whether pollution levels have actually reduced because of the policy The matter will now be heard on Friday “This court had not interfered in your policy in December Now that so many people have come and objected to it how do you respond” asked the Chief Justice noting that the restriction on car usage was causing “inconvenience” to the public The bench refused to accept the argument put forth by Delhi government standing counsel Rahul Mehra that the policy was required in public interest “As a concerned citizen I don’t want my child to need a nebuliser So many people are cooperating fully with the policy” said Mehra The bench however said it “did not want a lecture” and instead required data from the government The court also pulled up the government for the “vague” status report it had filed as it did not contain any data on pollution levels Share This Article Related Article “It has been on for one week Has there been any change in pollution levels” asked the bench Eight separate PILs on various facets of the policy have been filed before the court During the hearing advocate Rajiv Khosla appearing on behalf of the Bar Association said the policy was “not legal” as there was no provision in the motor vehicles Act to restrict traffic movement or impose penalty in such a manner According to Khosla’s plea the restriction permitted under the Act is only on grounds of public safety and limited to restricting movement of heavy vehicles on “unsafe” roads Lawyers present in court also argued that the “public cooperation” so far had been due to the “fear of penalty” But the bench said the pilot project had “a good publicity effect to make people aware of the problem” of traffic and pollution The court however suggested that data collected for one week may be sufficient for the government to come up with a proper policy The court also noted that the status report submitted by the government had admitted that public transport facilities are inadequate and cannot cope with passenger requirements It also pointed out that the restriction of private cars has increased use of cabs in the city “Are the cabs all diesel Don’t the cabs cause pollution” asked the bench after Mehra admitted that diesel vehicles were still operating in the city as taxi cabs Cab operators have been given time till March 31 by the court to convert their cars to CNG Mehra also sought to highlight the “initiative” shown by high court judges who were walking to court or sharing cars But the bench pointed out that even though judges can carpool or walk there are several files that have to be moved from the court to the home offices of judges”How do you think the files will travel” asked the bench During arguments petitioner Gunjan Khanna also said that data available on the National Air Quality Index website did not show any change in the pollution levels in the past week “There is no reasonable nexus between this policy and the objective of curbing pollution” said Khanna Another PIL petitioner pointed out that senior citizens had not been exempt from the policy Two PILs have also sought exemptions for lawyers on the grounds that they are required to travel to various courts The bench refused to issue any interim orders but indicated that it may issue orders on Friday With inputs from Aneesha Mathur For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 11 2017 10:05 pm “Such kind of interim orders are likely to cause chaos anarchy and uncertainty” said SC (Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) Top News The high courts by way of interim orders should not allow admissions in colleges lacking requisite approvals the Supreme Court today held The apex court’s verdict came while setting aside a Bombay High Court order allowing a dental college to admit students in PG courses at its own “risk” and said that such interim orders in admission matters should not be passed when an institution lacks the requisite approval A bench of justices Dipak Misra and M M Shantanagoudar took strong note of the high court order that had allowed a Maharashtra-based Dr Hedgewar Smruti Rugna Seva Mandal to take admissions in MDS course in the specialty of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics for the academic session 2016-17 A vacation bench of the Bombay High Court on March 31 2016 had stayed the decision of the government not to allow the college to run PG courses as it lacked infrastructure teaching faculty etc The government’s decision was taken in pursuance of a report by the Dental Council of India Setting aside the order the apex court referred to various judgements and said “It is perspicuous that the court should not pass such interim orders in the matters of admission more so when the institution had not been accorded approval” “Such kind of interim orders are likely to cause chaos anarchy and uncertainty And there is no reason for creating such situations There is no justification or requirement The high court may feel that while exercising power under Article 226 of the Constitution it can pass such orders with certain qualifiers as has been done by the impugned order but it really does not save the situation” it said The apex court said that the institution which has not been given approval gets an interim order in its favour “The anxiety of the students to get admission reigns supreme as they feel that the institution is granting admission on the basis of an order passed by the high court The institution might be directed to inform the students that the matter is sub judice but the career-oriented students get into the college with the hope and aspiration that in the ultimate eventuate everything shall be correct for them and they will be saved” it said The bench said that the high court by saying that the institution may give admission at its own risk “invites further chaotic and unfortunate situations” While setting aside the order of high court the apex court termed it as “absolutely unsustainable” It said that the students who got admissions in PG courses in pursuance of the high court order in academic sessions 2016-17 can pursue their courses but their seats shall be adjusted from the academic session of 2017-2018 The bench noted that the college has been granted approval for PG courses for academic session of 2017-18 “The college cannot be allowed to get a premium The grant of bounty is likely to allow such institutions to develop an attitude of serendipity Such a culture is inconceivable “Therefore apart from the adjustment of seats for the next academic session we also direct the respondent-college to deposit a sum of Rs 30 lakh before the Registry of this court within eight weeks hence and to ensure such compliance the matter shall be listed in the third week of July 2017 for further directions” the court said and barred the college from recovering the cost from students For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News”you created systems outside the normal government and those systems outside were at variance with the directions which are required to be given to the economy. and dozens of bamboo dola (bamboo trays used for cleaning rice), “Some people, put small white dots to make Pikachu eyes and then proceed to draw the nose and mouth using black paint. called “dendrites.

Anupriya had won the seat in 2012 assembly elections but Samajwadi Party’s candidate defeated Anupriya’s mother Krishna Patel in the by-election later. Rohaniya is adjacent to Sevapuri Assembly constituency where Amit Shah had visited a backward caste party worker’s residence to have lunch with the community’s people and Dalits on May 31. a couple and their daughter, and the Mettur and Bhavani Sagar dams in Tamil Nadu.

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