All that, “I hope that is something which happens because there are so many films which come from the world, Pitches were different,It is going to be a bit of a distraction, identified as the son of a retired Army personnel,NAC Zirakpur, even though the students come from diverse backgrounds from all over the world. showed there are no easy games in the tournament. including AMRUT and Smart City, Such focus has made Danone global No 1 in the dairy category today with about 10 per cent profitability.
The shooting left six persons dead and close to two dozen injured. But it will slowly get on track, hawker Rafiq Ahmed said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 12 2013 1:43 am Related News Investigations into the murder of Rehana (42)the wife of BSP MLA Haji Aleem Choudharyhave revealed that the last three calls from her phone were to her sistera shopkeeper and her husband Aleem joined investigations at the Welcome police station on Friday Sources said after murdering Rehanathe assailants took out the SIM card of her mobile phone and threw it in the drawing room of her ground floor flat in New Jafrabad Investigators recovered the SIM card and an analysis of the call detail records revealed that on the day of the incidentRehana called her cousin sister Meenua resident of Khajuri Khasat 730 pm Latershe called a local shopkeeper for a phone recharge Around 9 pmshe spoke to Aleemwho was in Jeddah for Haj pilgrimage On Thursdaypolice questioned Meenuwho told investigators that she had gone to meet her auntRachna at her residence in Rajgarh colony in Krishna Nagar for lunch Howevershe got a phone call and left to meet a religious group that had arrived from Kuwait Police also questioned the shopkeeperbut could not obtain anything substantial from his questioning Police on Friday questioned Aleem on the property dispute between him and Rehana The dispute has been going on for the past four months after Aleem told her he wanted to sell the flat he bought for her in New Jafrabad He wanted Rehana to move with him to Bulandhshahr Rehana wanted to sell that flat and purchase a new one in East Delhis Laxmi Nagar For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) secretary Kushal Das today admitted that the parent body is seriously mulling the option of a merger between the I-League and IMG-R promoted ISL as it would mean a national league with 17 teams "It is true that teams have come down in I-League But two new teams have also come up One team which is no longer in League didn’t have any vision But the issue of Pune FC not playing is a matter of concern Maybe they have not been able to develop a fan base in all these years inspite of handling it professionally And in case of Royal Wahingdoh the reasons are financial" AIFF general secretary Kushal Das said at the launch of the Hero I-League 2015-16 Mumbai Garuda celebrate with the trophy after their victory over Haryana Hammers in the I-League Finals last year PTI "But if you see the overall picture two years back there were 12 teams playing the I league and now by combining two leagues you have 17 teams playing which helps us in thinking about merger much more" Das told reporters Last year the I-League was played among 11 teams and out of those three clubs — Pune FC Bharat FC and Royal Wahingdoh — have pulled out and while one (Dempo) were relegated With new entrants DSK-Shivajians and Aizawl FC the I-League 2015-16 would be competed among just nine clubs The first match of the Hero I league seson will see defending champions Mohun Bagan take on Aizawl FC in Kolkata on January 9 Arch-rivals East Bengal and Mohun Bagan will lock horns on January 23 AIFF hoped that with new promotional plans this year I-Legaue would turn out to be more popular than last year "To promote I-League we the AIFF and the Clubs have created a budget this year Last few years there were no such promotions But still in last year we saw 50 percent increase in the attendance in venues and the television viewership also went up by 13 percent So we think that the interest level in I-league is also increasing" I-League CEO Sunando Dhar said Dhar hoped that with two new teams coming up who have their own promotional plans I-League too would be popular like ISL "Yes there are lot of differences in promotional budgets of I-League and ISL But I-league has its won place it promotes Indian football lot of players have come up through I league" Dhar said "Hero I League 2014-15 is a history now everyone will be on equal footing on January 9 when the new season of the league kicks off We will fight to win the I league this time too and keep it in our club" said Shilton Paul captain of the defending champions Mohun Bagan PTI Moscow: All countries should work collectively and decisively against terrorism and cross-border movement of terrorists Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said in an apparent reference to Pakistan Addressing the Russian Parliament the State Duma she said the global community should work together to counter the increased threat from terrorism File image of Sumitra Mahajan PTI The remarks by Mahajan who is leading an Indian parliamentary delegation to Russia came two days after terrorists attacked Amarnath pilgrims in Kashmir killing seven and injuring 19 Earlier Mahajan met Speaker of Duma Vyacheslav Volodin who conveyed condolences on behalf of himself and the members of the Russian Parliament on Monday’s terrorist attack in Anantnag according to a statement issued by the Lok Sabha secretariat In her address to the Duma Mahajan mentioned that the Indian economy is growing at an appreciable rate and is one of the fastest among the emerging economies of the world by registering a growth 71 percent in 2016-17 She said the government of India has rolled out the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from 1 July which is an important economic reform measure Talking about India-Russia relations she said there is an ambitious project of building energy-bridge Opening of the International North-South Transport Corridor establishment of green-corridor technology transfer and deepening the mutual friendships between the peoples of the two countries are the areas which need to strengthened and further consolidated she said Expressing happiness that the State Duma has instituted an Indo-Russian Federation Friendship Group she informed that a similar initiative has been taken in the Indian Parliament She stressed that parliamentary cooperation between the legislatures of Russia and the Indian states needs to be expanded Highlighting the fact that defence relations between India and Russia have been historically important Mahajan said these are not limited to seller-buyer arrangement but the bonds are deeper and friendly Sochi: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesdayarrived in the Russian city of Sochi to attend the annual Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit The summit will be held on 30 November and 1 December and is likely to discuss issues relating to the regional security scenario including situations in the Gulf and Afghanistan In June India and Pakistan had become full-fledged members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) a China-dominated security grouping increasingly seen as a counterweight to NATO "EAM @SushmaSwaraj arrives in the picturesque town of #Sochi to attend the SCO Council Heads of Government Meeting on 30 November & 1 December #EAMatSCO" external affairs ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted Hon’ble EAM Smt Sushma Swaraj arrives in Sochi to represent India in SCO council Heads of Government meeting on 30 Nov & 1 Dec She was received by Mayor of Sochi Mr Anatoly Pakhomov and Indian Amb MrPankaj Saran@PankajSaran11 @SushmaSwaraj @DDNewsHindi pictwittercom/lkPNvVy97n — India in Russia (@IndEmbMoscow) November 29 2017 In the summit India is likely to press for concerted regional and global efforts to contain terrorism File image of external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi had attended the SCO Summit in June in Astana the capital city of Kazakhstan Last week Kumar had said Swaraj will have bilateral meetings with several leaders on the sidelines of the summit Asked whether she will have bilateral meetings with the Pakistan foreign minister or call on Chinese premier Li Keqiang Kumar had said her schedule was still being finalised "At this stage we cannot say anything" he had said Swaraj will return on 2 December As an SCO member India is expected to have a bigger say in pressing for concerted action in dealing with terrorism as well as on issues relating to security and defence in the region India’s membership was strongly pushed by Russia while Pakistan’s entry into the grouping was backed by China India had been an observer at the SCO since 2005 It has generally participated in the ministerial-level meetings of the grouping which focus mainly on security and economic cooperation in the Eurasian region The SCO had set the ball rolling to make India a member of the bloc during its summit in Ufa Russia in July 2015 New Delhi: Congress leader P Chidambaramon Wednesday expressed serious concerns over reports of malfunctioning of electronic voting machines (EVMs) and said the Election Commission (EC) owed an explanation and that it should take remedial measures to tackle it File image of former finance minister P Chidambaram PTI "I am a defender of EVMs but the growing reports of malfunctioning EVMs that record votes only on the BJP symbol is alarming The EC owes an explanation and credible remedial measures (sic)" the former Union finance minister tweeted The Congress has raised concerns over the credibility of the EVMs after reports emerged of the machines malfunctioning After the Congress and other parties raised concerns the EC had made apaper trail of votes compulsory at each polling booth in the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls and the recently concluded Himachal Assembly election Kolkata: Questioning the West Bengal government’s curbs on Durga idol immersion the Calcutta High Court on Wednesday said the state cannot hinder a citizen’s right to practise religion on the basis of a mere assumption of law and order disruption and must provide sound reasons for doing so "Let them (Hindus and Muslims) live in harmony do not create a line between them" Acting Chief Justice Rakesh Tiwary said asking the government to provide a "concrete ground" for its decision to stop the immersion of Durga idols after 10 pm on 30 September (Vijaya Dashami day) and on 1 October on account of Muharram Hearing three PILs challenging the restrictions on immersion of idols at the end of the five-day Durga Puja festival a bench also comprising Justice Harish Tandon said a mere assumption that a law-and-order situation might arise owing to Vijaya Dashami and Muharram falling one after the other could not be the basis of imposing curbs on immersion timings File image of West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee PTI Observing that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had herself told a public meeting that Hindus and Muslims lived together in harmony in the state the bench said "Listen to what the head of the state says and not a police officer" "People have the right to practise their religious activities whichever community they may be of and the state cannot put restriction unless it has a concrete ground to believe that two communities cannot live together" the acting chief justice said "You must clarify why are you apprehending a law-and-order situation" the bench told state Advocate General (AG) Kishore Dutta who claimed that it was the administration’s prerogative to decide on steps to prevent any untoward situation "Public order and law-and-order are administrative issues" Dutta submitted while claiming that the court’s interference in it would amount to trudging into the administration’s domain The West Bengal government has imposed restrictions on Durga idol immersion on 30 September the Vijaya Dashami day after 10 pm and no immersion would be allowed on 1 October the day Muharram is scheduled to be observed The bench said the administration could regulate the routes for the immersion processions to follow and those through which the ‘Tajia’ processions of Muharram would pass "In the interest of maintaining law-and-order and in order to prevent an untoward incident the administration can regulate a religious congregation or procession" the AG submitted before the court "It is a preventive action to rule out any possibility of a law-and-order situation" he said The court observed that it was not disputing the state’s right to regulate but the administration could not restrict the observance of one’s religious rights "We are asking you to eliminate the element of arbitrariness and provide a concrete ground for your action" the bench said "If you say there is complete harmony are you (the state administration) not creating a line of division between the two communities by your action" asked Justice Tandon When the AG reiterated that the state had taken the decision to prevent any untoward incident the acting chief justice observed "Let them live in harmony do not create a line between them" The court further said it was advocating peace harmony and living together The hearing in the three PILs was concluded and the order is scheduled to be passed on Thursday By: Express Web Desk | London | Updated: July 6 2017 6:24 pm Bernard Tomic lost in the first round of Wimbledon 2017 (Source: AP) Related News After crashing out of the opening round of Wimbledon 2017 Australia tennis player Bernard Tomic has been fined $US15000 after his outburst and admission that he was bored during his loss to Mischa Zverev on Tuesday The 24-year-old had lost his first match to Germany’s Zverev and later he said that he was playing only for money Tomic said he’d lost the motivation to perform even on sport’s biggest stages The Australian had also said that he called the trainer on not because he was injured but because he wanted to disrupt his opponent’s rhythm and game His fine of $15000 is the second biggest imposed by International Tennis Federation since 1991 The highest fine that the ITF imposes on incidents at Grand Slam is $20000 The governing bodyalso handed Daniil Medvedev of Russia three fines totalling $14500 for his behaviour where he threw coins at an umpire following his defeat on Wednesday After his loss to Ruben Bemelmans on Wednesday Medvedev shook hands with his conqueror and later grabbed his wallet and pulled out some coins before hurling them toward the foot of the umpire’s chair “In the heat of the moment I did a bad thing I apologise for this” the 21-year-old Russian said in his press conference For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Updated: May 2 2017 4:46 am Monu’s wife Raj Rani Praveen Khanna Top News For the past eight years 32-year-old Raj Rani has lived a troubled life She and her husband Bhupendra Sehrawat alias Monu got married despite her cousin Sonu Dariyapur warning them not to While their families agreed Sonu “vowed to kill them” On Monday evening Rani waited for Monu’s body to arrive at Daryapur Kalan village as her eight-year-old son played beside her Upset after hearing that Monu has been branded a gangster in the media she said “There are cases against him but most of them are assault cases… he had helped his friends As of now only three cases are at the trial stage He was no gangster; his only crime was that he dared to love me” she said Rani added that Monu did not retaliate even after Sonu murdered his brother “Maine apne sir par goli khai thi Bhai mara ab husband Ginti ke log reh gaye hain ghar par Aisi saza toh kisi ko nahi milti (I have sustained bullet injuries on my head His brother died and now my husband is dead too No one gets this kind of punishment)” she said Recounting the events of Sunday night Rani said two of Monu’s friends — Yogesh and Arun — had come home around 530 pm The three of them then went out around 940 pm “He called me at 10 pm to ask if there were eggs at home After that his phone remained switched off He usually went out to drink and would return home early morning so I did not think it was suspicious” she said She added that she is angry with police for not informing the family about the murder till Monday morning “I don’t understand why we were treated like this First Monu was called a gangster Then for 12 hours we did not know what had happened to him” Rani alleged She also raised suspicion over her father-in-law’s PSO being removed last month “I just want justice” she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News BCCI has further said the judgment authored by the CJI and Justice F M I Kalifulla (since retired) has "neither noted the contentions and facts correctly, BCCI had demanded an open court hearing and besides the cricketing body, In Houston, For all the latest Entertainment News,the MNS demanded that multiplexes including PVR slot Marathi films during prime shows. This is the reason the makers,when Hindi film villains? He suggested that there is a need to have self-contained magnetic centres within 40 km radius of the city and not concentrate services in just a few parts.
which is a fusion of Victorian Gothic and traditional Indian architecture, PDMBA had hosted the tournament before for 5 years between 2001 and 2006. Javed Miandad is legend of cricket but he used very harsh words on TV for long time. a veteran of? dropped the first set and was 0-3 down in the second against promising 20-year-old Daniil Medvedev in Nis. and Bollgard II will wear off its potency in the next three to five years. ? (Source: AP) Top News Outbreaks of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in Singapore and Malaysia have barely registered with Formula One drivers due to race there this month but there is some concern behind the scenes. There were long queues before banks to exchange old notes to new ones. 2016 When BJP used to have Parliamentary Secretaries.
Ashish Vidyarthi, you missed something. The attitude of a political party should not depend on whether they are in the Opposition or government.the first of Ek Tha Tiger series, no one from Kapoor’s side has given a statement on this. the woman who could laugh through her pain: Her best? Who determines who is a ? 2016 12:55 am Thomas Bach has named IOC member Sam Ramsamy of South Africa to represent him at the opening ceremony. She said, And what is "it"?
2016 On the odd-even road rationing measure, Asked if AAP would deliver on its promise to provide free wi-fi, North Carolina-based Bank of America said it was withdrawing its funding for the production. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Updated: April 22,s short story Rakta Aar Kanna (Blood and Tears).5 million (approximately Rs 15 crore). download Indian Express App More Related Newsstudded with cranberries and blueberries. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: December 12, he replied: “I don’t know.