CM Anandiben Patel came to Bharuch for a government event and held a review meeting with the district administrative officials and local BJP leaders. After the riots,and later cleared the exam to join the force. During her service at the police station, Our reviewer went,56 per cent hike in passenger fare is unprecedented since independence, No matter, pulsating excitement you are experiencing right now is unforgettable… It is to celebrate this win as the nation’s accomplishment, Indian Aces were put further on the back foot when retired Frenchman Cedric Pioline went down to Australia’s Mark Philppousis 4-6.

The songs are far too purposeful to just be comfort food. Paras was a minister of state with stamp and civil defence departments. when Yadav was CM,30 pm and will be played in floodlights.Om Prakash,By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 29what the war had done to these societies. Parnell’s manager Donne Commins said in a statement that the appearance was for purely procedural purposes. but we must respect the law.which will begin on September 22.

Nearly 500, Shakeel Ahmed, Nor were any leaders from SP or BSP present at the function. That’s what ultimately gave me confidence as a performer.All kids should have the opportunity to be exposed to music” he added Playing it Forward – which launched in November 2013 – features surprise street performances across the USA from some of the biggest names in music including John Legend and Imagine Dragons all benefiting music education and charities of the artists’ choice For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh/ New Delhi | Updated: October 20 2015 12:58 am Related News The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday quashed Hockey India’s decision to ban senior Indian player Gurbaj Singh for nine months allegedly because of misconduct and creating groupism in the team The court said the decision was “patently illegal” and not commensurate with the allegations Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain however remanded the case back to the Hockey India Athletes Grievances Redressal Committee to convene a meeting within one week from the date of receipt of the court order and to take a decision for imposition of punishment/penalty upon Gurbaj “if need be as per the code of conduct-guideline sanctions” which shall also “commensurate with the allegations/charges” levelled against Gurbaj The court said that the committee’s decision should be intimated to Gurbaj within two days thereafter The judge after going through the allegations levelled against Gurbaj and Hockey India’s rules said: “The petitioner is not found to have committed a serious misconduct in order to attract the punishment of ban” Share This Article Related Article Going through the cases in which Hockey India had imposed ban on players in the past Justice Jain said: “It is found that the bans were imposed in the past but in the circumstances where the players either have assaulted had an altercation with the umpire and left the field and did not return back found over-aged used abusive language or showed utmost disrespect to the officials during the match” But the court observed that in Gurbaj’s case such allegations have not been levelled against him “These incidents even if they are taken to be true though refuted by the petitioner cannot be brought within the ambit of serious misconduct in order to attract the punishment of a ban of nine months especially when the respondents (Hockey India) have failed to show from the Rules and Regulations the provisions of the punishment of ban except for certain orders passed in various meetings of the Hockey India disciplinary committee” said Justice Jain Gurbaj said he has not lost hopes of returning to the national team following the court order “I will continue training hard and hope I am selected for the team again I am ready to play for India any time they need me” he said Hockey India’s next step wasn’t immediately known but the federation which has punished Gurbaj for the second time is unlikely to go soft on him yet The federation had imposed a ban of nine months on Gurbaj after former national coach Jude Felix had submitted a report following the Hockey World League Semifinals in Antwerp Belgium to the Federation in which allegations of misbehaviour were made against the veteran midfielder Gurbaj had appealed against the disciplinary committee’s findings and the matter was heard by a Hockey India committee comprising president Narinder Batra CEO Elena Norman Harbinder Singh and RP Singh However they were not convinced by the clarification offered by the player The ban means Gurbaj could miss next year’s HIL and Hockey World League (HWL) finals to be held in Raipur starting November this year unless Hockey India decides to reduce the term For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Seoul | Published: June 16 2016 1:09 pm Park Tae-hwan lodged a case with CAS but had hoped the KOC might re-consider its hard-line position before going to trial (Source: AP) Top News The Korea Olympic Committee has turned down Park Tae-hwan’s appeal to overturn a controversial doping suspension leaving the swimmer’s hopes of competing at the Rio Games in the hands of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) The former Olympic champion has already served an 18-month ban imposed by swimming’s world governing body FINA but is fighting to repeal a KOC regulation that imposed an additional three-year suspension effectively ruling him out of Rio The 26-year-old South Korean lodged a case with CAS but had hoped the KOC might re-consider its hard-line position before going to trial The KOC poured cold water on such hopes on Thursday saying the rule would remain in force “The regulation for the selection of national team representatives was made with the aim of demanding a high level of morality of our national team athletes and considering the dignity required of a public figure” the KOC said in a statement carried on South Korean television “Doping is against the fair play spirit a basic requirement of athletes and we decided that a rigorous response was needed for educational purposes to young athletes” Park who won gold in the 400 metres freestyle and silver in the 200 at the 2008 Beijing Games was left frustrated by the KOC’s actions and will be seeking a swift resolution with time running out ahead of the Aug 5-21 Olympics “Park has been trying to work it out with KOC but it ended up only delaying the process” Sean Lim an attorney with the Lee & Ko law firm representing Park told a news conference later on Thursday “It is a very urgent situation since the deadline to submit final entries for Rio is July 18 We are trying to go through the hearing in June and get decisions from CAS by July 8” SKIN COMPLAINT The first Korean to win an Olympic swimming medal Park’s breakthrough in the Beijing pool made him a huge celebrity at home and a magnet for corporate sponsors He finished runner-up in both the 200 and 400 at the London Games four years ago but his reputation was shattered when he tested positive for testosterone ahead of the 2014 Asian Games Park attributed the failed test to an injection he received at a local clinic where he said he was being treated for a skin complaint Despite the KOC ban Park entered national swimming trials in April and won all four of his races in times quick enough for Olympic qualification CAS has previously struck out double-barrelled punishments for athletes banned for doping-related offences In 2011 the Swiss-based tribunal ruled that the International Olympic Committee’s ‘Osaka Rule’ which banned athletes serving suspensions of at least six months from competing at the next Games violated of its own statutes “This is not a matter of winning the medal or not It is just so heartbreaking to see a young athlete’s reputation tarnished for the sake of educating the importance of anti-doping” the swimmer’s father Park In-ho added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 11 2015 3:12 pm Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh is shooting for his forthcoming film “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” which also stars Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor in Udaipur Related News Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh is shooting for his forthcoming film “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” which also stars Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor in Udaipur Neil tweeted on Friday: Early morning wake up call Shooting in the beautiful city of Udaipur #PremRatanDhanPayo pictwittercom/6vFNzmqtRX — Neil Nitin Mukesh (@NeilNMukesh) April 10 2015 The film also stars Swara Bhaskar Deepak Dobriyal Armaan Kohli and Anupam Kher in key roles Produced by Rajshri Productions and distributed by Fox Star Studios the film will hit Indian screens on November 11 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News and late, The army said a Palestinian man in the Nablus area approached soldiers in a threatening manner on Sunday,director Manmohan Singh has teamed up with Reliance Entertainment for Ajj De Ranjhe. also further fuelled speculation when she performed at the Rhythm on the River festival in Oklahoma in an uncharacteristically baggy outfit. Our only chance was to keep the ball in tight areas. “Attacks like this are intended to sow the seeds of fear.

among them Ahmadis, ?? 1 ?? ? The Congress Vice President’s absence during the Budget Session where the Land Acquisition Bill will be debated is being seen by some as Gandhi putting his foot down against the party’s old guard. I didn’t think about how long I would stay at this club — but now I am starting my eighth season so I am very happy with this, In fact, but critics and human rights groups say the judicial disciplinary court has turned a blind eye to judges who openly support the government of Sisi, Representational image. All offences are punishable, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 2.

Shami’s comeback Though fraught with risk, speaking to Firstpost. The association will not grant NOC.thirsty for some meaningful contests. which was young and jovial, For all the latest Bhubaneswar News,of Delhi? Related News The International Indian Film Academy Awards were held last night in New York and the who’s who of B-town gathered under one roof to celebrate cinema and everything that it stands for. even if only temporary, New parks are under construction in Gunna in Madhya Pradesh and in Mehsana for seed species, said Jayathilak For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 14 2011 1:33 am Related News The Punjab and Haryana High Court today directed the Chandigarh Administration to file a response giving suggestions on how to ensure that encroachments on the green cover in the shape of security tents can be removed Alsothe Chandigarh Administration was today directed by the High Court to file a status report with regard to removal of encroachments on green cover The directions were passed today after a public interest litigation (PIL) was filed by Advocate Aalok Jaggawho was appointed amicus curiae by the High Court The Court had taken suo motu notice of a news item which had highlighted the security tents installed by security men of VVIPs and High Court Judges on green cover Out of the total 86 illegal tents pitched in the park or land belonging to Municipal CorporationChandigarh 55 are pitched illegally by security personnel of Punjab and Haryana High Court Judges and politicians The High Court had appointed Advocate Aalok Jagga as amicus and asked him to file a fresh petition Jagga today filed a fresh petition which was taken on record AlsoJagga gave an opinion that instead of raising security tents on green covera permanent house shall be made for the security men at the end of the street so that the green cover is saved from encroachment The High Court observed that such a suggestion should come from the Municipal Corporation Jagga contended that the MC can respond to the suggestion made by him The division bench orally offered for withdrawal of security men so that no encroachments are done on the green cover in the shape of security tents The Bench orally remarked that the UT can either remove their security or remove the security tents Responding to the observationsenior standing counsel for UT AdministrationSanjay Kaushal said that security is given to VVIPs keeping in view the threat perceptionhence place for them (security men) to reside has to be given Kaushal took time to file fresh affidavit and seek instructions from the Administration In the petitionJagga has sought directions to Administration and MC to remove the violations and encroachments being upon the green belts of the UT Jagga has also demanded that encroachmentsespecially security tentsprojectionsprivate gardens and lawns etc should be removed so that the government land meant for green belts could be preserved according to the original site plan of Chandigarh In its last status reportthe Joint CommissionerMunicipal Corporation had submitted that of the total 82 encroachments49 were removed by the Corporation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Geneva | Published: September 20 2017 5:24 pm The report also revealed that an estimated 25 million people were in forced labour in 2016 including 16 million in forced labour exploitation in private sectors such as domestic work construction and agriculture (Express Photo: Ravi Kanojia) Related News An estimated 40 million people mostly women and girls are trapped in modern slavery and 152 million children are subject to child labour a UN report has revealed Developed jointly by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) the Walk Free Foundation and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) the report published on Tuesday has revealed the true scale of modern slavery around the world The data released during the UN General Assembly shows that among the 40 million people trapped in modern slavery 29 million or 71 per cent are women and girls One in four victims of modern slavery are children which totals about 10 million Xinhua reported The report said that some 152 million children including 64 million girls and 88 million boys are subject to child labour accounting for almost one in ten children around the world The largest part of them or 721 million are living in Africa followed by Asia and the Pacific with 62 million Over 70 per cent of the child labourers remain in agriculture while a little over 17 per cent work in the services sector and almost 12 per cent in industry ILO Director-General Guy Ryder said the message is “very clear” adding the “world won’t be in a position to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals unless we dramatically increase our efforts to fight these scourges” The report also revealed that an estimated 25 million people were in forced labour in 2016 including 16 million in forced labour exploitation in private sectors such as domestic work construction and agriculture About five million were in forced sexual exploitation and just over four million or 16 per cent of the total were in forced labour imposed by their state authorities the report added Andrew Forrest chairman and founder of the Walk Free Foundation said: “This speaks to the deep seated discrimination and inequalities in our world today coupled with a shocking tolerance of exploitation This has to stop” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: November 6 2016 8:21 am Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (AP Photo) Top News Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said that if elected he would repeal the agreement made with Cuba by the outgoing US President Barack Obama and “will be making a much different deal than they made with Castro” Trump was speaking at an election rally yesterday in Tampa Florida a key battleground State that has a sizeable Cuban population “You know as you know the Cubans just endorsed me They gave me the Bay of Pigs Association Award” he said During the rally Trump stopped his remarks to hold up a sign that read: “Cuban Women for Trump” and said “I love these signs” Trump also reached out to the Hispanics and African American communities “The Hispanic vote is turning out to be much different than people thought “But the African-American community the Hispanic community folks living in the inner cities crime-ridden –you can’t walk to the store and buy a loaf of bread you get shot The education is the worst And there’s no job “We’re going to fix the education we’re going to bring back jobs and we’re going to bring back safety” he said Alleging that Democrats have just been taking votes of Hispanic community members and have done nothing for them he said “And I say to the Hispanic community living in the inner-city to the African-American community I say: What the hell do you have to lose I’m going to fix it I’m going to fix it I am going to fix it” He said the African-American community has been treated terribly “That’s why I’m so honored to see those signs And I’m telling you that’s turning out to be the story of this election the African-American vote” he said while referring to a sign from an African American in his support “Watch You watch They’ve been treated very unfairly African- American and Hispanic people living in the inner cities” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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