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For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 22 2016 8:54 am Mo Farah defended his 5000m title to consolidate Britain’s second position on medals table at the Rio Games Britain ended the Games with more golds than China (Source: Reuters) Top News Medal tables are not just descending numbers of the Olympics – they tell stories of a country on the rise – or on the decline as the case may be – and point to trends that go beyond flaunt figures USA:The all-time leaders crossed yet another landmark – reaching a 1000 gold medals all-time They in fact stand at 1020 currently Michael Phelps Katie Ledecky Simone Biles Ryan Murphy were the gold collectors it was the usual mother sports – athletics swimming and gymnastics that kept the country on track Boxing tennis wrestling golf though seemed to have chipped in with fewer than they normally would Great Britain:They’ve been the story of the Games – the impetus received from London seeming to have carried forward to the next Games as well with the unified islands notching up one medal (at the time of printing) more than London even – 66 The number of golds had dipped marginally though Cycling and rowing in all fetched a third of those medals prompting Gary Linekar to guffaw that them Brits were basically brilliant at “sitting on their arses” The serious numbers trotted out of course have been how GB spent 55 mill GBP on each medal and the lottery system clicked We like Linekar’s light take on it though China:The biggest non-story of the medal count There’s been speculation for a while now that China has been slashing budgets spent on elite athletes and broadbasing the funds across the general population worried about rising obesity in the country though details on this are sketchy At first glance the serious dips have happened in gymnastics (down from 12 to 2 total) and badminton (down from 8 to 3) The economic slowdown was expected to hit spending on sport but the slide has been drastic over the last four years as the overall tally’s dropped from 88 to 70 (golds 38 to 26) Russia:13 straight medals gone from London to Rio after the doping bans on the country’s athletics contingent Russia is down overall from 77 to 56 though they’ve managed to retain their fourth position Fencing’s picked up big time sharing the top haul with wrestling Japan:They are ready for Tokyo and how It wasn’t just the 4X100 relay silver that’s been the surprise package for the 2020 hosts who moved from 11th to 6th four years before they get cracking on their home Games The country’s scouted out young skilled talent in every sport from badminton to pistol shooting to rugby and of course athletics and gymnastics They are the perennial shock team of rugby sevens now and Tokyo will see a certain surge Brazil:Not like China or GB Brazil didn’t really splurge on training their athletes like the previous two hosts but their gold medals were emotionally valuable for a country that received a lot of bad press before the Games began The football gold was joined by the second favourite team sport – volleyball as the entire country watched rapturously and with bated breath as the top teams gunned for gold on successive days Brazil added new medals in gymnastics and boxing gold as they jumped from 22 to 13 at their home games The gold apart nothing will ever match beach volleyball at Copacabana For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMelbourne: Mirjana Lucic-Baroni’s fairytale Australian Open continued on Saturday with the Croat showing the fighting qualities that have seen her overcome personal trauma financial constraints and injury on a long long road back to the top The 34-year-old who stunned third seed Agnieszka Radwanska in round two battled from a set down to end the dreams of Greek Maria Sakkari 3-6 6-2 6-3 to make the fourth round She will now play American qualifier Jennifer Brady who shocked 14th seed Elena Vesnina Croatia’s Mirjana Lucic-Baroni is having a fairytale run at the Australian Open Reuters It has been a memorable tournament so far for Lucic-Baroni who in 1997 made her US Open debut at just 15 and teamed with Martina Hingis to win the 1998 Australian Open women’s doubles In 1999 at 17 she went to the Wimbledon semi-finals where it took Steffi Graf to beat her But it all fell apart soon after as she was engulfed by heartbreaking personal issues In the background back then was tough demanding father Marinko who Lucic-Baroni later revealed dished out regular beatings — although he described them as "slaps" that were "best for the child" Eventually in desperation Mirjana her mother Andelka and four siblings fled their Croatia home in the dead of night for the sanctuary of the United States The drama however put the brakes on a journey which should have led to fame and fortune as financial problems forced her to put a career on a backburner Lucic-Baroni disappeared from professional tennis for most of the 2003-2010 period before slowly feeling her way back $55 a match She said it had been a rocky road back playing small events but she never gave up on her dream "I never thought about stopping but it was difficult It was a lot of tears a lot of disappointments It was really hard" she said of playing lower-level circuits "I think many would give up and I really take a lot of pride in that because it was really hard I didn’t get any wildcards I didn’t get any special treatment I really had to do it on my own and I had to fight so hard for it "I take a lot of pride in that and it takes a lot of character It takes a lot of hard work It takes a lot of mental strength "The fact that I was able to do that and be here today just kind of proves to myself who I am and what a fighter I am" She added that contrary to popular opinion a tennis player’s life was not all fame and fortune and could be a torturous slog to make a living "Whoever thinks that this is glamorous and all this prize money and all that should come have a chat with me" she said "It is not all it’s cracked up to be and it is — I mean it’s not so easy to get to this point for sure Challenger circuit is very difficult mentally "You don’t have ball boys ball girls You don’t have umpires Things are not as easy or as smooth as they are here as well organized You play for $55 a match so it’s difficult" Until this year she had never gone beyond the second round in Melbourne since her debut in 1998 setting the new record of a 19-year gap between wins at a single Grand Slam tournament It surpassed the previous record held by Japan’s Kimiko Date who went 17 years between victories at Wimbledon between 1996 and 2013 New Delhi: Only one of world tennis’ Big Four — Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal — will feature in the upcoming season of the IPTL which has shifted base to Hyderabad even as its founder Mahesh Bhupathi asserted that there are no payment issues around the league IPTL a hit concept launched by India’s first Grand Slam winner Mahesh Bhupathi featured a marquee clash between Indian Aces’ Nadal and UAE Royals’ Federer last year in Delhi Mahesh Bhupathi at the launch of IPTL 2016 Image Credit: Twitter @IPTL In the absence of star players such a clash will be missed this year as world number 28 Feliciano Lopez from Spain is so far the highest-ranked singles male player in the Indian team But it has to be noted that both Nadal and Federer have faced injury issues this season and cut short their respective 2016 season Federer has not played since Wimbledon and Nadal wrapped up his season in October Djokovic had featured in the inaugural season for Dubai but had missed the 2015 edition "One of the Big Four is definitely coming We did not want to reveal all our cards today We will announce the name in the next 48 hours" Bhupathi told PTI confirming that a few big names will be missed There are murmurs that payment issues are plaguing the league but Bhupathi asserted that there was no truth in it "All the players we had last year are back We had a long list of players who wanted to come but unfortunately could not come because there were no spots Everything is good" Bhupathi said "That’s why they say don’t believe in everything you read" he added further The Indian team has shifted base to Hyderabad and Bhupathi said it was done to take the league to other parts of the country "There is no particular reason we did it there (Delhi) for two years the fans enjoyed world class tennis The concept was built about having one team for country Last year we did it in Kobe (in Japan) this year we are doing it in Tokyo The owners wanted an opportunity to move to a different city to see if they get good buzz" Bhuapthi said Asked if it’s a one-off season for Hyderabad Bhupathi said "It’s team owners’ decision We will see if it’s a sold out crowd there are a lot of factors we will see" Phillipines Mavericks are also not featuring in the 2016 season "The owners still own the team but there was some political instability there there were worries about players travelling there" Bhupathi clarified on absence of Mavericks India’s veteran star Leander Paes who played for Japan Warriors last year is also not there this season "The number of players changed since one team sat out" Bhupathi said Mutliple Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is the biggest name revealed so far among women World number five Kei Nishikori is the highest-ranked male player confirmed so far Written by Premankur Biswas | Kolkata | Updated: December 26 2015 5:07 am The office of Calcutta Film Society in Kolkata on Friday (Subham Dutta) Related News TUCKED AWAY from the traffic of Central Avenue the arterial road of the city Bharat Bhavan is prototypical ode to old Kolkata It’s gothic edifice rises tall over everything else around An unpolished brass plate adorns its entrance — Calcutta Film Society Any queries about the nameplate is faced with stone-faced resilience by the gatekeeper “Yaha koi film studio nahi hai (There is no film studio here)” he said Yet Bharat Bhavan is not just another old crumbling mansion in Kolkata it is home to one of oldest film clubs in the country and definitely one of the most illustrious in the subcontinent — Calcutta Film Society was founded by Satyajit Ray and Chidananda Dasgupta in 1947 However the film club is on the verge of closing as it faces eviction from its current address on Chittaranjan Avenue for defaulting on rent With just 300 members each paying an annual fee of Rs 100 Calcutta Film Society is strapped for funds “The owners of the building Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) had rented out the room to us We paid Rs 1500 as rent but now they have hiked it to Rs 4500 We don’t have the money to pay that kind of rent” said Pradipta Sen working president of the society “It was one of the most celebrated film societies in the country It contributed a great deal in developing some sort of film culture in our country” said actor-director Aparna Sen whose father Chidananda Dasgupta was one of the founder members of the society In 1947 when the society was launched Satyajit Ray was a young aspiring filmmaker who supplied books and film magazines to the members Dasgupta who was later to become one of the most respected film critics in the country offered a room in his home for meetings Before the society was founded there was only one film club — the Mumbai Film Society It was however disbanded before the Calcutta Film Society was launched “This means the Calcutta Film Society is the oldest running film club in the country and we need to do all we can to preserve it” said filmmaker Goutam Ghose In 2011 Ghose along with Aparna Sen and directors Sandip Ray and Srijit Mukherji tried to revive the fortunes of the Calcutta Film Society “The fact that the society provided a common platform for film lovers to share their views was integral in shaping the film culture in the country Today people have ready access to films thanks to the Internet or DVDs but we need to watch films together if we want to foster a serious film culture… We felt that we needed to do something about it” said Ghose Now film shows are held every Saturday at the society some of which are attended by the luminaries of the Bengali film industry But the society has always been plagued by funding problems “The LIC has issued a showcause notice to us because we couldn’t pay the enhanced rent But we had a meeting with them and explained the problem It all depends on the LIC now if they disagree to make an exception for us we will have to shut down” said Pradipta Sen For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 6 2016 12:43 pm Gwen Stefani credits her relationship with Blake Shelton for keeping her looking young Related News Singer Gwen Stefani credits her relationship with Blake Shelton for keeping her looking young The 46-year-old singer joined James Corden for the Carpool Karaoke segment of his show on May 4 night’s episode As he spoke to her James admitted his wife had told him to ask her how she maintains her ageless “Benjamin Button” type appearance Read More In response she said it’s her new relationship with Blake who she started dating in November 2015 that she believes is responsible for her flawless look “What happened was my life blew up After that I kind of started falling in love and then I wrote a whole record about that So this is like it’s almost like that’s what the facelift is I think” she laughed Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 20 2013 1:17 am Related News The UT Administration has received the names of a panel of bureaucrats from Punjab to replace some of those posted here With some bureaucrats having completed or set to complete their terms and others being promotednew officers are needed Earliera panel from Haryana was received The panel of PCS officers was sought for replacing two officers who have been promoted to IAS These included Gurpreet Kaur Sapra and Jaswinder Kaur The names received included those of Sandeep HansParamjit SinghAvneet KaurRajdeep SinghReena DuggalSanjay Popli and Subhash Chander Of theseSandeep Hans has served earlier in the city Among the other PCS officersthe tenure of Sunil Bhatiawho is the Additional CommissionerMunicipal Corporation has already ended He has received two extensions Meanwhilethe tenure of Joint Secretary M M Sabharwal will be ending this year Among the IAS officers of the Punjab cadrethe tenure of D K Tiwariwho is the Managing Director of CITCO ended in January last year He has since then been receiving extensions The panel from Haryana that was received earlier had three names including Vandana DisodiaKamlesh Kumar and Parvesh Kumar Apart from Parvesh Kumarthe two other HCS officers have earlier had stints in the city The tenure of Mahavir Kaushikwho is the incharge of Registering and Licensing Authority is set to end Another HCS officer whose term is ending is Lalit Siwachwho is the Additional Commissioner-II in Municipal Corporation Most of the bureaucrats in the city are holding multiple charges In factit is after repeatedly asking for these that the panels have been sent by the Punjab and Haryana government Over a period of timeofficers have shown reluctance to join in Chandigarh AGMUT cadre IAS officer Parshuram V Kavle who was the Additional Deputy Commissioner was recently transferred A new officer will be posted in his place For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anjali Jhangiani KP | Published: May 13 2013 2:50 am Top News The city has a lot of people who are ready to shun fuel-guzzling vehicles and take up cyclingbut unsafe tracks keep them away from pedalling to their destinations While some complain of negligence on part of the Pune Municipal Corporation towards the upkeep of cycling tracksothers find fault in their wrong location.Erandwane and Sinhagad roads. 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Central government counsel Jatan Singh informed the court that her citizenship application could not be processed since her stay in India since 1994 had not been regularised. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 9, 2017 Apart from Noor, Its service portfolio includes sports marketing consultation, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 14, is very excited, This past weekend, From an event where those dressed in suits hold day-long schmoozing sessions at a stuffy venue, Those detained in Chunabhatti had planned to ride to the demonstration on motorbikes. The two planes have been sent to Karnal for servicing and should be back by June-end, says J S Bedithe chief engineer at the school Until some weeks agowe were training students on the Cessna 172 Then we hit another hurdle: fuel shortage The aircraft fuel has to be made available from the IOC and they are themselves waiting for the fuel from Mumbai?

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We will demarcate the area with the help of these maps and the defence officials will assess the same, said Deshmukh after the meeting on Tuesday With the Bombay High Court ordering the Pune district collectorate to initiate demarcation of red zone boundaries around Dehu Road ammunition depotthe Defence Ministry had filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court claiming that the red zone area of Dehu Road ammunition depot would not be reduced for security reasons This came after a petition was moved by Shiv Sena corporator Seema Salve against the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) for carrying out construction activitiesincluding a housing scheme for urban poorin the red zone where no development is allowed as per the law The demarcation would affect not only the upcoming housing project but also some MIDC areas Salve had alleged that the housing project was in violation of Works of Defence Act and did not have necessary environmental clearance She had argued that the flats were being constructed within 2000 yards of the depot in violation of the law Even as the district administration had written to the Defence authorities seeking information on the original layout before carrying out a detailed surveythe details were not provided RecentlyUnion Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar had intervened and asked the PCMC to submit all no-objection certificates of its slum rehabilitation project at sector 22 that falls in the red zone A study of properties affected owing to the red zone was also sought by the minister during a meeting with local Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leadersPCMC officials and Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju The PCMC’s ambitious housing project for the urban poor has run into major trouble with this move In their affidavitthe defence authorities stated that the civic body violated red zone (no-development area) norms around the ammunition depot The authorities made it clear before the Bombay High Court that the PCMC had overstepped its limits in going ahead with construction of the 11760-unit housing project at Sector 22 without obtaining necessary clearance from them The central government had sanctioned Rs 225 crore for the housing project under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maneesh Chhibber | New Delhi | Published: July 22 2012 12:39 am Related News The management of Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) has told the Haryana government that the company has no plans to shift base to Gujarator any other part of the countryfrom Gurgaon Sources in the Haryana government told Newsline that senior functionaries of MSIL have conveyed to Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Chief Secretary P K Chaudhery that reports that the company was contemplating shifting to Gujarat were not factually correct Sources said the violence could have been avoided if officials had acted upon on warning signs Some reasons that led to the violence are: Failure to read the situation correctly and seek police help: Sources said initially a MSIL functionary did make a call to the local police to seek assistancebut there was no indication that things could flare up As a resultthe local police station deputed just a handful of constables Warning ignored: Sources said some workersincluding one labour contractorhad warned the MSIL officers about the simmering tension and that the union office-bearers were trying to instigate the workers towards violence n MSIL and workers inked an agreement in October Among other thingsthe workers were allowed to set up their own union and MSIL promised to set up a grievance redress cell and revise the wage structure In Aprilupset with the delay in implementation of the termsthe Maruti Suzuki Workers Union submitted a list of demands There was a growing feeling of discontent among workers over the delay Haryanas failure to read the management-labour unrest: In the last few yearsGurgaon and Faridabad both important industrial towns of Haryana have witnessed repeated incidences of labour unrest Butexcept in cases where the company management itself worked out a deal with the labour unionsuch unrest was often allowed to simmer Despite tell-tale signs about growing unrest among workers of MSILs Manesar plantthere was virtually no effort by the Labour Department to intervene effectively For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 30 2014 3:57 am Related News A day after the body of a man was found near Mahim creek a resident of Bandra approached the police and identified the deceased as his brother The body which bore a deep slit in its throat and had severe injuries to the head and face was found under the Raheja Bridge in Mahim on Monday morning The Shahu Nagar police had registered a complaint of murder against unidentified persons and were trying to identify the deceased “On Tuesday a man approached us saying that his brother had been missing and that he had heard about a body being found in Mahim We showed him the body and he identified the deceased as his brother Sheikh Asif Sheikh Rabiul (22)” said Dhananjay Kulkarni Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone V) The police said Rabiul was working with a garments manufacturing unit in Dharavi and was a resident of Behrampada Bandra The police are now recording statements of the family members to ascertain the motive behind the murder Investigating officers said the murder seemed to have been executed after some planning as the injuries on Rabiul’s face seemed to have been inflicted with the intention to disfigure it beyond recognition to slow down investigation mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Published: December 21 2015 12:00 am According to the World Bank this achievement was mainly due to a good crop in 1975 and the success in improving exports Top News India appeared to have broken the long spell of stagnation near-stagnation or even slide backwards According to the World Bank this achievement was mainly due to a good crop in 1975 and the success in improving exports even during a period of worldwide recession Hollis Chenery vice president of the World Bank said he expected India’s growth rate to reach 4 to 45 per cent in 1975 Bansi Lal Rises Bansi Lal was appointed minister of defence in the second reshuffle of her cabinet carried out by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in three weeks Bansi Lal had been minister without a portfolio PC Sethi chief minister of Madhya Pradesh was also inducted into the Union cabinet as the minister for chemicals and fertilisers A separate department was created in the ministry of finance for banking and revenue This would be headed by Pranab Mukherjee the minister of state for revenue An accompanying report said Shyama Charan Shukla was the front runner for the post of Madhya Pradesh CM Bedi To Lead India Bishen Singh Bedi the left-arm spinner was appointed the captain of the Indian cricket team for the twin tours of New Zealand and the West Indies Trains On Time The frontpage ran a feature with the headline ‘General punctuality in the running of trains’ K Sreenivasan’s report said: “Not only mail and express trains but passenger trains have also maintained punctuality in the last few months” The punctuality drive was initiated before the Emergency by Railway Minister Kamalapati Tripathi After Tripathi assumed charge the report said his personal staff called for daily reports about the running of trains He found there was substance in the public complaints The daily reports now show that except for unavoidable reasons like accidents or floods trains start on time and reach destinations on time For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 27 2017 11:15 am Australia’s second goal against Germany was reviewed using VAR technology (Source: Reuters) Top News The implementation of Video Assisted Referrals has had a rough ride at the Confederations Cup in Russia The system has drawn flak for making the game more confusing and breaking its flow Here’s a look at how VAR has fared so far in the dress rehearsal to the World Cup: Celebrations turn sour –Portugal vs Mexico # Portugal Forward Nani scored but a review by video assistants showed a Portugal player was offside in the build -up to the goal # Nani was already celebrating with his teammates when Argentine referee Nestor Pitana asked for the ball and indicated the goal was being reviewed # It took about 30 seconds for the decision to be announced VAR’s the boss –Mexico vs Cameroon # Eduardo Vargas had the ball in the net as the match moved into stoppage time at the end of the first half # Referee Damir Skomina initially awarded it but then more than a minute later he suddenly reversed the decision on the advice of the VAR # Vargas and Arturo Vidal vehemently protested the decision # Vargas scored another goal from a rebound only to see the linesman’s flag shoot up But VAR was on his side this time Efficiency concerns –New Zealand vs Mexico # The fiery game had so many on-pitch altercations that the referee had to go to the touchline to assess the skirmishes on a screen rather than just relying on video replay assistants # There were lengthy delays in the game as the referee spoke to the VAR through his headset upsetting the pace of the match # Although three players were eventually booked for their involvement in the second flashpoint members of both team were upset with pauses in the game Review of a review – Cameroon vs Germany # Ernest Mabouka got a yellow card for a challenge on Emre Can # After video referral the card was upgraded to a red but instead of Mabouka his teammate Sebastien Siani received the card # It was only after Cameroon players insisted that referee Wilmar Roldan reviewed the incident again and realised his error The decision was changed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: December 8 2013 11:46 pm Related News Sharma conveyed to his deputy CAGs that they should avoid putting a figure to monetary losses incurred by a government department CAG silent Hardly any reports from the Comptroller and Auditor General of Indias office have been released in the past six monthssince Shashi Kant Sharma took over the job While several draft reports are readythey are waiting for his signature Sharmawho was earlier defence secretaryverbally conveyed to his deputy CAGs when he took over that they should avoid putting a figure to monetary losses incurred by a government departmentand should concentrate on procedural lapses They were also instructed not to specifically name private parties or bureaucrats who might have benefited due to wrongdoings Sharma succeeded Vinod Raiwhose scathing audits of government departmentsparticularly the 2G spectrum scam and the coal block allocation scamcreated major ripples Lalit and CRICKET It is more than two years since former IPL chief Lalit Modi left the countrybut although there is a blue alert against him and his passport has been revokedModi continues to enjoy the good life in London Modiwho lives in Belgraviais often seen entertaining Indian celebrities whenever they are in London Last weekhe had a big bash at Hotel Rosewood London to celebrate his 50th birthday One of the presents was a grey Ferrari tied up in ribbonswith a special number plateCRI3KET Modi also takes a keen interest in the Rajasthan elections where his old friend Vasundhara Raje is the BJPs chief ministerial candidate Politically savvy Pranab Mukherjees political skills come in handy even as President West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was annoyed becausea fortnight backMukherjee visited Darjeeling and met Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leader Bimal Gurung Mukherjeeaccompanied by son Abhijitwho is keen to get GJM backing for contesting the Darjeeling parliamentary constituencymet Gurung despite Mamatas objections When Mukherjee visited Kolkata a few days laterthe CM showed her displeasure by sending a junior minister to the airport to greet him Mamata did not attend the function in Kolkata presided over by the President either Howeverthe two appear to have made up since then because Mukherjee has agreed to inaugurate the 75th anniversary celebrations of the West Bengal Assembly But now Mukherjee has to do some mending of fences with the CongressBJP and CPMall of whom are threatening to boycott the eventaccusing Mamata of destroying the democratic character of the Legislative Assembly Modi in focus THE notice board outside the famed Ambaji temple in Banaskantha in Gujarat clearly states that photography is strictly prohibited inside The sign is in HindiGujarati and English But when Chief Minister Narendra Modi visited the temple recentlynumerous photographs of him offering prayers and being welcomed by the head priest inside the sanctum sanctorum were clicked The photographs received wide publicity and were posted on the CMs website There has been much criticism that a century-old tradition has been broken PR disaster TEHSEEN and Shehzad Poonawalla were once Suresh Kalmadi groupiesbut with Kalmadis downfallthey have hitched their wagon to senior leaders of the Congress in Delhi Despite their passionate espousal of Congress causes on televisionneither of the two brothers was included in the new party media cell To make up for thisa PR and brand consultancy firm sent out an e-mail to media houses introducing Tehseen and urging them to do a profile on him Among Tehseens many assets, On one side we have China, Some types of CT are as susceptible to misuse as the public distribution system.

to rate the seriousness of the Ram Temple issue on a scale of 1 to 10.DCP (Zone 5). Under the Rs 74-crore Bhadra Fort revitalisation project, “After the first set I changed my tactic and strategy change a little bit. Traffic snarls at peak hours can be tiring, said corporator Shantilal Doshi The ward spread over 803 square km has a population of 413 lakh Owing to lack of parking spacemost streets are always clogged This makes maintenance and cleaning difficult? Government forces had insisted the two villages must be included in the deal to bring people out of Aleppo. “Jhuggi dwellers contribute hard in every sphere of the city’s socio-economic development, it was the perfect weekend.

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