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Vakola, Kabir will start shooting for the film from July. Pal,s attitude to marriage ? said Onir.Yamunanagar,fast track? The Tilak Museum at Kesari Wada in Pune too was in a bad shape, For all the latest Delhi News, Solanki said the state government was not bothered about the interest and welfare of people of the state and was “focussed mainly on furthering its own political interests’’.

To be in the top 200 universities is,t want curbs on MPLAD fund use, They consume liquor near my house and pass comments at women. 2013 12:08 am Related News The Ludhiana police on Friday night arrested two people, Accordingly, pic. Edinson Cavani maintained his prolific start to the season with two goals in La Celeste’s 3-0 win over Venezuela. However Peru fought back and levelled through all-time leading goalscorer Paolo Guerrero on 58 minutes. Related News Imtiaz Ali directorial Jab Harry Met Sejal is one film which Shah Rukh Khan is promoting diligently along with his co-star Anushka Sharma. Belgaum.

2016 7:22 am Priyanka’s sister Dimpi and father Ashok Kapoor. there hasn’t been much progress after Karan had confirmed last May that Varun and Alia were chosen to be part of the film, South American champions Chile, Peru, Bangladesh bowlers gave only 62 runs and picked up four wickets in the final 10 overs of the New Zealand innings. Soumya Sarkar and Sabbir Rahman were all back in the hut. A case of rape has been registered and he has been arrested. For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 26 2012 1:41 am Related News Councillors of the Municipal Corporation have recommended sops for themselves These include increasing the ward development fund to Rs 1 crore per year and provision for funds for the nominated councillors These are some of the recommendations of the committee set up to review the guidelines for the ward development fund The recommendations of the committee would be placed at the meeting of the General House The councillors are entitled to Rs 40 lakh a year as ward development fund It was observed that the MPLAD fund had been increased from Rs 5 lakh per MP in the year 1993-94 to Rs 2 crore in 1998-99 On similar linesthe ward development fund should be increased to Rs 1 crore a year per councillor Thisit was statedwould help in off-setting the price escalation in the construction material and daily wages of workers The meeting was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Mayor Satish Kainth and attended by other members including Senior Deputy Mayor Darshan GargMajor (Retd) D S SandhuM P Kohli and Davesh Moudgil While the councillors had during the recently held meeting of the General House raised concern over the depleting funds with the MCthe current proposals would require Rs 35 crore annually to be given to the councillors The committee recommended that nominated councillors should also be entitled to get ward development fund that they could spend for any work in the city Giving ward development fund to the nominated councillors has been a contentious issue in the civic body It has been rejected on earlier occasions by all parties The committee has recommended that they should be allowed the power to sanction one work of Rs 50 lakh instead of Rs 25 lakh at present Purchase of furniture or equipment in government schools and dispensaries would also be brought under the purview of the fund For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 4 2013 1:10 am Related News Pune FC will kickstart their I-League 2013-14 campaign away from home for the first time since the city-clubs entry into Indian footballs elite divsion Pune FC will take on Mohammedan Sporting at the Yuba Bharati KriranganKolkata on September 21marking their first game of the season It will also be the first time Pune FC plays Mohammedan Sporting Pune FC will then head north-east to take on Shillong Lajong (September 28) and then return to Kolkata to play East Bengal (October 5) the following week to complete a three-match away campaign Pune FCs will see take on the might Mohun Bagan at the Balewadi sports complex on October 10 The Bagan game kicks off a home-game stretch during which Pune FC will host Churchill Brothers on October 19 and Rangdajied United on October 27 November will take Pune FC to Goa three times to play Sporting Clube de Goa on November 1Salgaocar FC on November 24 and Dempo SC on November 27 In the middlea home game against I-League debutantsBengaluru FC has been scheduled for November 6 A total of six matches have been lined up for December Starting with two home gamesone each against United SC (December 1) and Mumbai FC (December 7)Pune FC travel east to begin the second leg of their campaign against Rangdajied United (December 11) Next up is United SC (December 15) and Mohun Bagan (December 21) The first phase of the league ends in the last week of December with Pune FC hosting Sporting Clube de Goa (December 26) in their last game of the year When the league resumes in April after a three month breakPune FC will take on Mumbai FC (April 12) in an away match before hosting Shillong Lajong FC (April 16) and Mohammedan Sporting (April 20) The month ends with an away trip to Churchill Brothers (April 26) The last month of the league will see Pune FC heading to play Bengaluru FC (May 1) before ending the league with three consecutive home games against Salgaocar FC (May 4)East Bengal (May 10) and Dempo SC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDarjeeling West Bengal: Blanket internet ban in Darjeeling to impair the communication and coordination of those agitating for a separate state has also stifled reportage of the unrest from ground zero First mobile internet was suspended on 18 June and two days later broadband was also shut down The ban is now extended till 25 July and two cellular operators have been served show-cause notices for not complying with the ban fully High security at Chowk Baazar Darjeeling Image courtesy 101Reporterscom While reporting from the conflict zone is arduous as it is the blanket ban on the internet has made it even more of an uphill task Ashish Bantaba a reporter for Hamro Prajashakti a daily that is published from Sikkim and Assam told Firstpost that during the initial days of the internet ban he would travel 50-60 kilometre to Jorethang a major town in south Sikkim for internet connectivity to send his stories But since travelling that far and back on a hilly terrain every day is not feasible he said he now dictates the news to his desk over the phone and sends inputs through SMS The cumbersome process of getting his story across has limited his reporting "News flow from this region is getting low day by day" he said Himalayan Darpan a Nepalese newspaper published from Siliguri is facing the same problem It’s running low on news content about the Gorkhaland movement as its reporters in Darjeeling are not able to send stories because of the internet ban DarjeelingTimescom an e-paper published from Darjeeling too has taken a hit but has found ways to bring readers the news "Earlier we used to upload it from the town [Darjeeling] Now we have kept volunteers to upload feeds from New Delhi We send information over the phone and the team in Delhi uploads it But we are not being able to send feed like usual days" said Udhyan Rai editor of the e-paper The embargo has discouraged some journalists so much that they have left Darjeeling for other assignments Sanjay Biswas the Darjeeling correspondent of Bengali daily Aaj Kaal told Firstpost that after 20 June the internet would work only in a few pockets of the town like Chowrasta and Mall Road Once the internet ban came into force in letter and spirit he said most of the journalists who had come there from West Bengal and other parts of India have moved out Prodipto Bhattacharya from Kolkata who reports for Press Trust of India had checked into a hotel in the centre of Darjeeling to cover the Gorkhaland protests After the hotel WiFi and his cell phone network stopped cooperating he too would go to Chowrasta three kilometres from the hotel for internet connectivity to send news But when the internet became absolutely inaccessible he said he decided to return to Kolkata Passing chits to communicate With the internet not available journalists are cut off from the leader of the agitation Bimal Gurung of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha He’s gone underground and now the only way presspersons can communicate with him is by writing their question on a piece of paper unlike previously where Bimal would reply to emails Reporters now go to Singamari the epicentre of the protests and wait till they see a GJM member The party member takes the paper to his leader Since it’s not possible for him to reply instantly journalists have to wait until a party member returns with the written reply "Bimal is a tech-savvy guy and used to respond to hundreds of emails every day from Gorkhas all over the country who are for Gorkhaland Now we convey the message of the people through this system" said Prakash Gurung president of Gorkha Janmukti Yuva Morcha "It’s a Kashmir-like situation here" he said "We are not being able to use the internet for our revolution" At the same time he asserted that the ban on the internet cannot stop a movement that has people’s support Newspapers not reaching villages While the ban on the internet has choked reporting the ban on plying vehicles has crippled the dissemination of news All the local newspapers in Darjeeling are printed either 70 km away in Siliguri or in Sikkim’s capital Gangtok 47 km away The circulation of these newspapers has taken a beating Himalayan Darpan which prints 55000 copies now manages to sell only about 30000 “Papers reach the Darjeeling town about 7 am But from there transporting them to rural areas has become a huge problem with the ban on plying of vehicles So some people who walk 7-8 kilometre to join the rallies in demand of a separate state buy it from the town in bulk and later circulate them among their family and neighbours when they go back home in the evening But this is possible only for people who live within a radius of 10 kilometre People in other areas of Darjeeling have no access to news" said Ajay Chetri circulation manager of Himalayan Darpan Censor on broadcast journalism While it’s the difficulty in communicating and sending articles that has affected reporting for print and online media some local news channels in Darjeeling have had to stop reporting on the agitation after the district magistrate Joyoshi Das Gupta gave a verbal order to their editors in this regard This order followed the death of three protesters on 17 June when police opened fire at a procession led by the GJM "Darjeeling Television ABN Channel Darjeeling Siliguri TV and Himali Channel have stopped showing news of the ongoing protest completely after the editors were ordered verbally by the district magistrate Now these channels run only entertainment programmes Freedom of the press has been suppressed by the administration Though there is so much to cover and so many viewers are eagerly waiting to know about the movement our hands are tied" said Aditya Raya editor of Darjeeling Television Also the West Bengal government has sued Darjeeling Times and Hamro Prajashakti on charges of publishing news that can "incite violence" said Udhyan Rai editor of Darjeeling Times As practising free and fair journalism has become nigh impossible in the conflict zone the Darjeeling Press Guild in the town’s Chowk Bazaar area sports a dull look lacking hustle While journalists are keenly tracking day-to-day developments they are now left with little enthusiasm to report them (Syeda Ambia Zahan is a Guwahati based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters) Written by Ram Sarangan | Updated: July 8 2016 7:52 pm Pokemon GO: Search far and wide and capture as many Pokemon as you can Top News What if you could use your phone as a laser gun in a city-wide game of laser tag How much more exciting would it be if you directed your Clash Royale battle not on a screen but on the street in front of you through your phone Augmented reality (AR) received a major boost in attention as well as a much wider active consumer base with the release of Pokemon GO in select countries this week Even as people scramble into police stations to catch a sandshrew or simply have fun with the AR concept by positioning pokemon in humorous frames concerns have already surfaced regarding the associated danger Google Glass and HoloLens stand among the more advanced AR devices in the market today The same problem applies with both these and mobile-based AR experiences – it can become immersive to the point where it distracts people from their surroundings leading to potentially severe consequences With devices like Google Glass there continues to be confusion over whether the glasses distract people – especially drivers – causing accidents One such case is that of a woman who overshot a red light while using Google Glass to navigate and protested being given a ticket In the case of Pokemon GO the most well-known mishap involves the Darwin police station in Australia with gamers walking into the police station flicking pokeballs at a pokemon on their screen and then leaving resulting in initial confusion While the police handled this sportingly – even issuing a warning to be careful and saying “the Sandshrew isn’t going anywhere” – all potential dangers will not be so benign What if the app requires someone to enter private property Leaving aside house owners this could result in serious legal action if people enter property belonging to say a business or the government This danger is not restricted specifically to Pokemon GO either as AR games by nature direct people to locations around their vicinity as part of the experience The only way to resolve this from the developer’s side would be to maintain a global up-to-date information bank on what areas are off limits and alter the gaming experience accordingly The sheer scale of this task makes it very difficult to accomplish by today’s standards Pokeman GO gameplay involves looking through the smartphone camera while the software will integrate the digital creatures into the environment ALSO READ: What is this game On the other hand AR offers enormous potential as it doesn’t restrict players to one room Already bicycles are being commandeered at record pace as people scour their neighborhood and surrounding areas By assigning a role to famous locations in the area and even changing the available pokemon based on the terrain players are discovering new things about their own surroundings while enjoying the game itself Surprisingly enough no one has fallen into a pond or lake Yet Dampening enthusiasm about the exploratory benefits of the game is the potential of meeting with a road accident as people have already complained about cyclists almost crashing into cars or pedestrians Even more dangerous is the fact that many have begun using cars to “speed up” the process by covering more area in less time Hilarious tweets about having to worry about “pokemoning-and-driving” already number in the dozens and many drivers have even posted snapshots or captured videos of them catching Pokemon while driving As AR steadily finds a market in new countries where the potential for accidents or casualtiescould be worse – such as India and its traffic – calls are already arising for the need to ensure a danger-free experience The loading screen of Pokemon GO advises caution every time the game is opened but ultimately does little to reduce the chances of people meeting with a fiery death or broken bones in their quest to catch them all For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: June 15 2011 12:02 pm Related News A youth was shot dead by unidentified militants in Shopian district of south Kashmirofficials said on Wednesday The militants barged into the house of Manzoor Ahmad Dar at Vishru village in Keller area of Shopian district65 kms from hereat around 1100 pm last nightthe officials said They said the ultras opened indiscrimite firing on Dar before fleeing from the spot The 25-year-old youth was rushed to the local hospital by his relatives and neighbours but succumbed on the waythey said This was the second killing by militants in the Dar family as Abdul Jabbarfather of the slain youthwas shot dead in similar circumstances in the early days of militancy The ultras had also made an attempt on the life of Farooq Ahmad DarManzoor’s brother few years agobut he survived the attack He migrated to some other place soon after the attackofficials said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJournalism unlike most white collar jobs is a 24×7 affair That means unlike other professionals scribes hardly get time to catch up with life like watching a good theatrical performance for instance Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday showed great empathy and remarkable skill when he took it upon himself to deliver for the entertainment-starved patrakaars who went to cover his media conference an acting performance so accomplished that even the likes of Marlon Brando Jack Nicholson Naseeruddin Shah or Leonardo DiCaprio would find it difficult to match Kejriwal’s timing magnetism and an indefinable star quality captivated the audience and he held centrestage with such ease and panache that even when he had stepped out of the room without taking a single question the congregated media stood motionless as magic hung thick in Delhi’s polluted air "I want to request Modiji with folded hands" said the Aam Admi Party supremo by putting his palms together catching his audience unawares by transcending the role as Laurence Olivier for instance frequently did on Broadway "Aap ki ladai mujse hai Mujhe maarlo mujhe pitlo mujhe jo krna hai kr lo meri Delhi ki logon ko pareshaan maat kro (Your fight is with me so beat me if you wish take revenge on me but don’t let the people of Delhi suffer… Don’t try to stop the good work being done in Delhi)" he said prompting some among the media to fish out their handkerchiefs on the sly to wipe an errant tear while some were left gasping for breath The crux of Kejriwal’s monologue was to highlight the "selfless passionate work" that his 21 MLAs are apparently doing which he claimed Narendra Modi wants to desperately stop Why Ostensibly because the Prime Minister is "scared" of him and insecure about the "good work" that Delhi government is doing These Parliamentary Secretaries put in a lot of effort behind all the development work we do It is with their help that the Delhi government is functioning and they are not being paid for their work" he claimed "They go to schools hospitals find out what necessities are required they work very hard They are our eyes ears hands and feet They serve the people without remuneration" thundered the Delhi Chief Minister banging the table for maximum impact Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal PTI Watching the drama unfold one was reminded of William Blake’s immortal lines: Tiger tiger burning bright/ In the forests of the night/ What immortal hand or eye/ Could frame thy fearful symmetry/ In what distant deeps or skies/ Burnt the fire of thine eyes… Amid the unmitigated brilliance of the performer one forgot to ask a simple question to the Delhi CM Why would his selfless altruistic workaholic hermit-like MLAs need the designation of ‘Parliamentary Secretaries’ to render their social work Why can’t the work that Kejriwal claims that they do — scouting for mohalla clinic lands for instance — be done without the sanction of a title The answer as Kartikeya points out in an informative piece in Firstpost lies in Article 239AA of the Indian Constitution It states that only 10 per cent of the total number of members in the Delhi Legislative Assembly could be appointed as ministers Given that Delhi Assembly has 70 members Kejriwal can at best appoint only six ministers (excluding him) This presented AAP chief with a problem His party won 67 seats yet only seven of them can be accommodated (including himself) in the Cabinet To quell an internal rebellion and subsequent factionalisation which may even lead to breakaway or poaching by rival parties Kejriwal circumvented the Constitutional mandate by appointing 21 MLAs as ‘Parliament Secretaries’ for a grand total of six ministers What was the legal tenability of Kejriwal’s move There is clear precedence of two High Courts (Bombay HC and Himachal Pradesh HC) quashing such appointments — in Goa and Himachal Pradesh — as violative of the Constitution on several grounds The courts have ruled that these secretaries are de facto (as a matter of fact) ministers even if not ministers de jure (as a matter of law) In addition Kejriwal took further rick while appointing the MLAs because Delhi does not have any specific law to employ parliamentary secretaries unlike states such as Karnataka Assam or West Bengal Sensing trouble the AAP tried to sought an amendment to the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act 1997 Through the Bill the Delhi government wanted “retrospective” exemption for the parliamentary secretaries from disqualification provisions It is this amendment that the President refused to give assent to and the matter now lies with the Election Commission which will take a final decision Welsh poet Dylan Thomas wrote in 1947: "Do not go gentle into that good night/ Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage rage against the dying of the light…" As the light seemed to be dying on him Kejriwal sensing that his ingenuous move has been caught out for what it is came into the media conference and blasted away at rivals invoking the fury of a tornado "In 1952 there were three parliamentary secretaries When BJP used to have parliamentary secretaries then it was legal but when we do it it’s illegal" In 1997 BJP CM in Delhi also appointed parliamentary secretary Congress also did during Sheila ji’s time Then it was right" If Kejriwal had flooded our eyes with all the pathos of a Greek tragedy when he beseeched Modi to "beat him" instead of making "Delhi suffer" here he was at his vintage best playing the character he was born to play — the victim Nobody plays victim as many times as Kejriwal did — be it during CBI raid on his principal secretary’s office during the suicide of a farmer at an AAP rally or even when he expelled Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from the party During all of these times Kejriwal made the humble ‘victim’ a legendary figure by playing the role to perfection making us believe that the stars are aligning against his party and the entire world is involved in a mysterious conspiracy to unseat him When Kejriwal joined politics Hollywood lost a star who could have won multiple Academy Awards Instead of criticising let us thank him for at least showing us flashes of his infinite geniusthen one must consult a dermatologist, Dr Tarun said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: June 5 2013 1:56 am Related News A police constable was on Tuesday arrested for allegedly raping a minor girl in his rented accommodation in Kerakat area of Jaunpur district Along with the constablethe police outpost in-charge of Thanagaddi area has also been suspended for alleged dereliction of duty The incident took place Monday night Howevera case was registered following agitation by locals at the police outpost on Tuesday The police said that Constable Shambhu Sharmawho lived in a rented accommodation in Thanagaddi areahad spotted the 11-year-old girlwho lived near his housearound 830 pm on Monday She was returning after buying vegetables He lured the girl on some pretext and then raped her When the girl returned homeshe narrated the incident to her fathera vegetable vendor He went to the police outpost to lodge a complaint against the constable Howeverthe outpost in-charge Dinanath Mishra did not register a case? 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K.Takla, Police said Anshu was allegedly being harassed by her husband, He was hit in the head during Sunday’s race by piece of debris that had broken off another car.another accused sought a direction from the court that he be provided tuition inside Tihar jail as he had to appear in a test on April 7 for recruitment of clerks in the India Air Force.s seat. There are similar uneasy rumblings in Varanasi — another symptom of discomfort among the BJP’s senior leadership. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: March 16,will also be run throughout the three-day event.we have also lost to Belgium for the first time.

I think I was destined to play Begum Jaan,” Vidya said during an interview to PTI. Andrew Strauss, Harry Trott, Perhaps it is time to ask for the return of sanity and put these administrations on notice for their blatant callousness so that dying is not the most expensive act for Indians. Rajan had met Sanjay in Tihar jail in 2013.

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