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The bank has appointed special night guards in all its ATMs after the Maninagar robbery on Tuesday For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Dakar | Published: August 31 2017 7:28 pm Mame Biriam Diouf will not be replaced in the squad the Senegal Football Federation said (Source: AP) Top News Stoke City striker Mame Biriam Diouf is out of Senegal’s two World Cup qualifiers against Burkina Faso over the next five days officials said on Thursday due to a knee injury Diouf misses the match-up in Group D in Dakar on Saturday and the return encounter in Ouagadougou next Tuesday The 30-year-old forward was also absent last weekend when Stoke City drew with West Bromwich Albion in Britain’s Premier League He had picked up a knock in the previous weekend’s win over Arsenal Diouf will not be replaced in the squad the Senegal Football Federation added with Moussa Sow now expected to start on Saturday Senegal have three points from their opening two matches in the group phase of the African qualifiers for next year’s tournament in Russia one behind co-leaders Burkina Faso and South Africa For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 12 2014 12:05 am Related News The Indian Census is reputed to be the world’s biggest administrative exercise but this day next week the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation will attempt to set another record for the fastest census-like exercise ever It will deploy four lakh government employees to gather data indicating the economic status of over one crore people in perhaps 20 lakh households in a single day Detractors have protested that the required manpower cannot be mobilised at short notice and that properly authenticated data cannot be generated within the deadline That’s one problem Far more troubling is the controversy over labelling by nativity that the proposed survey has raised Nestling among innocuous questions about electricity and gas connections and bank accounts are three queries that can be read to be designed to divide asking about the canvassed person’s state of origin mother tongue and date of arrival in Telangana This may not be a serious issue in rural parts but Hyderabad like other large cities is home to large populations that have moved in from other states Here this would serve as a reminder of the divide which the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) had leveraged to undo the 1956 amalgamation of Andhra Pradesh It was a positive development asserted the identity of the people of one of its constituent regions and it affirmed their right to self-determination But the forthcoming household survey skates too close to profiling It addresses the right of immigrants from other states to be counted as equal citizens Two months after its formation Telangana still appears to be a work in progress It remains engaged in running squabbles with Andhra Pradesh over who owns what Most recently an agricultural university and a veterinary university were split down the middle Meanwhile Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao has gone head to head with the Centre which has invested the governor with special powers and is trying to escalate the matter into a Centre-state battle by involving other chief ministers The newest state could have avoided yet another controversy simply by deleting three questions from the household survey which was designed to target beneficiaries of subsidies pensions and fee reimbursement more accurately than the 2011 Census data permits But discrimination on the basis of nativity or domiciliary status impugns the fundamental right to reside anywhere in India with all the privileges of a citizen including benefits and subsidies implied Beyond the miasma of suspicion Telangana’s survey highlights a developing problem: how can states deliver subsidies equitably to an increasingly mobile population For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: April 27 2017 11:31 am Anil Kapoor speaks up on his relationship with Harshvardhan Kapoor Related News At an event today in Mumbai Anil Kapoor and Neena Gupta were in a panel discussion Here they discussed the dynamics of their family and parenthood When Anil Kapoor was asked about his equation with his son Harshvardhan Kapoor the Dil Dhadakne Do actor said “He sometimes acts more like my parent and tells me what to do and what not to do” The 58-year-old actor says that the Mirzya star also gives him knowledge about signing films and the amount of money he should demand for it “He also tells me how much money I should ask for and how to work a deal He tells me not to let go of a deal And I ask him if he is saying this to me because he wants the money really or wants me to do well because ultimately the money is going to come to all three of them (his children Sonam Rhea and Harshvardhan Kapoor) He is the one who behaves quite elderly not only to me but to all of us at home even when he is the youngest in the family” When Neena Gupta was asked to share how her equation with Masaba her celebrity designer daughter is she said “She screams at me and shouts at me She tells me what to do how to behave and what to wear Sometimes this becomes too much but I have learnt a lot from her If today I am with the time in every which way it is because of her You grow with them so they tell us what is happening in the world She is like my software update” Also read |Anil Kapoor’s wax statue at Madame Tussauds is as graceful as him On the work front Anil Kapoor has wrapped up the shoot of his upcoming film Mubarakan in which he would be seen sharing the screen space with Arjun Kapoor Neena Gupta on the other hand was last seen in a short film with Jackie Shroff For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 6 2017 2:54 am The district court had sent an application to legal departments in Jammu and Kashmir to send a counsel from the respective state to assist the Chandigarh court in a case relating to Pandey as all documents related to the case were in Urdu Top News The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday submitted the English version of its chargesheet against Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ajay Kumar Panday in an alleged kidnapping case registered against him in Jammu and Kashmir The earlier chargesheet had been submitted in Urdu The next date of hearing has been scheduled for December 19 The chargesheet was submitted under Sections 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder) and 344 (wrongful confinement for ten or more days) of Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) The Jammu and Kashmir Police have made 25 witnesses in the chargesheet The witnesses include the complainant his family members and people from their native village where the reported kidnapping took place After the refusal of Chandigarh legal department to deal with the trial proceedings of Punjab IGP AK Panday the Jammu legal department had appointed senior public prosecutor from Jammu to argue in the case The district court had sent an application to legal departments in Jammu and Kashmir to send a counsel from the respective state to assist the Chandigarh court in a case relating to Pandey as all documents related to the case were in Urdu Hence it was mentioned that it was not getting viable to start the trial while the Chandigarh court had also mentioned through a communique that the legal counsel shall be from Jammu or Punjab as the case was not associated to UT Acting on this senior public prosecutor of Jammu Bharat Bhushan Sharma had been appointed to deal with the case at Chandigarh district court AK Panday was booked in July 1990 when posted in Jammu and Kashmir As per the case the Jammu and Kashmir Police had detained a few people from Baramulla district (J&K) including the victim The family of victim had then alleged that their son was kidnapped by the Police and then he never returned home Ajay Kumar Panday had moved an application in 2011 to the Supreme Court mentioning risk to his life in Jammu and Kashmir and had sought to transfer the case in Chandigarh court following which the case was transferred to Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News

filed in the garb of public interest litigations (PILs),Kashyaps and Srikanths hogging headlines, If I have friends visiting, the songs are almost always in the background or they play when the last credits roll, Written by Aseem Chhabra | New Delhi | Published: February 26, when a group of boys were playing cricket in the small alley when the ball landed on the terrace.” The woman told Newsline, I became really fat, 2015 Ashoke Pandit tweeted: Our dear friend #AadeshShrivastava is no more. I will go back to each household in my constituency and ask every voter where I slipped.

AAP Chandni Chowk MLA Alka Lamba too offered to resign as the party lost all wards in her constituency.s influenced by media, and the way they are arranged.conceded? Franklyde-linking terror from the dialogue process isnt folly on Indias part The PMs statement in Parliament cleared the air on that that bilateral dialogue cant begin till the Mumbai attack is accounted for Unfortunatelythe subcontinent is still paying the price of the Cold War Neverthelessthrough the Cold Warthe US and the erstwhile Soviet Union kept on talking to each to other to diffuse tensions Md Yahya Ansari Meerut Exit point • Airlines the world over are struggling Their troubles began with then high fuel prices; then came the global recession Howeverany talk of a government bailout of Indias big state airlines is too farcical to contemplate The experience of the SwissItalian and British with their own airlines should be a lesson for us As MS Balakrishnan points outone cannot expect to privatise a near junk and anticipate buyers For too longthe government has allowed Air India to function as its babus fiefdom; its time for a radical overhaulbeginning with some babus being shown the door R Narayanan Ghaziabad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | Delhi | Published: November 26 2015 1:57 am Other villagers say they are concerned about the juvenile’s return and add that he deserved harsher punishment Related News IN JUST over a month the juvenile convicted in the December 16 gangrape and murder of a paramedical student in Delhi will complete his three-year sentence And back at his village in UP’s Badaun district plans are already underway in anticipation of a homecoming that will be fraught with emotion — in more ways than one There’s a mother who says her son deserved the punishment but longs to see him And then there are the angry villagers headed by a nervous pradhan who are preparing to form a team to monitor his activities The juvenile’s role in the gangrape that led to the death of the girl from severe internal injuries had brought the Juvenile Justice Act 2000 under intense scrutiny It led the Union Cabinet to approve amendments to the Act so juveniles aged between 16 and 18 years can be tried as adults for “heinous crimes” such as murder and rape On Tuesday the National Human Rights Commission issued notices to the Centre and the Delhi government seeking information about the juvenile’s release It was acting on a complaint from the parents of the 23-year-old girl seeking “a plan to protect the citizens from such delinquent juveniles post their release…” On Wednesday the village pradhan said the line was clear “If he has reformed we will help him find a vocation But if he shows signs of notoriety we will excommunicate not only him but also his entire family” he said Other villagers say they are concerned about the juvenile’s return and add that he deserved harsher punishment “He was sent to three years in a juvenile correctional home but he deserves more for committing the brutal gangrape with his associates It was a very shameful incident and he brought down the name of our village Now people across the country know our village as the home of one of the rapists of December 16” said a resident Such intense feelings however have not stopped the villagers from joining hands to help the juvenile’s family “After seeing the condition of his family and their house we had recently constructed a terrace and a side wall” said the pradhan The juvenile’s house is not very different from when he left seven years ago to earn money in the city say villagers A tattered piece of tarpaulin serves as a window a half-broken roof and crumbling walls are the only cover for his family of six — a mentally ill father a mother who suffers from depression and four siblings His 17-year-old sister who earns Rs 200 a month as a daily-wage labourer is the sole breadwinner Sitting on a rickety cot his mother breaks down every time her eldest son is mentioned “I cannot imagine how he would look like now He is the eldest of the five It feels as if ages have gone by since he left home I hope he comes back and takes up the responsibility of the house It is difficult for us to manage one square meal a day My daughter is the only one to bring home some money” she said The house comprises a room with a trunk a cot and a few items of daily use “My daughters are growing up it worries me how will I get them married They too wait for their brother to return and help them support the family Earlier he used to send us some money but for the last five years we had not heard from him till the time we got to know from the police that he is booked for such a wrong action At first I could not believe he could actually do something like that” said the mother The juvenile’s sisters refuse to speak about him “Perhaps none of us will even be able to recognise him if he comes right now and stands before us It has been seven years since he left the village to go to the city to make a living in order to support his family” said the pradhan For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App"But I am sure he’s thinking now there are a few good Aussies out there that I’m friends with – and I’d be disappointed if that wasn’t the case" The second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket Warne recalled that he also had his share of run-ins during his playing days "There have been moments in my career and I’ve probably pushed the boundary as well but I think afterwards we more or less had a laugh about it" Targetted by the visiting media and their former players through a major part of the series the Kohli-led Indian team refused to accept the olive branch Australia offered in the end Warne said "I think it was a heat of the moment comment It was a heated series There was a lot of stuff said and both captains were into each other but I think overall the series was played in a good hard fighting Test match spiritBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 25 2016 10:01 am Akshay Kumar and Saif Ali Khan have been a hit on screen pair during the 90’s and now their son’s Aarav Bhatia and Ibrahim Ali Khan are reviving their father’s hit jodi on social media sites Related News Airlift actor Akshay Kumar and his ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari’ co-actor Saif Ali Khan have been a hit on screen pair during the 90’s and now their son’s Aarav Bhatia and Ibrahim Ali Khan are reviving their father’s hit jodi on social media sites After sharing a couple of Dubsmashes on Washing powder Nirma and many more the two Dubsmashed on the famous song “Cheerleader” by OMI Aarav who draws appealing looks from his mother and author Twinkle Khanna is a bag of expressions and he sings while Junior Pataudi impresses us with his hand slick moves The video has been doing the rounds on Instagram Share This Article Related Article Saif’s son Ibrahim surely knows how to grab the limelight He has been one of the most talked about celebrity kid in the industry For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kochi | Published: December 17 2016 8:44 pm Helder Postiga believes Indian football will be of high standard (Source: Express File) Top News Two Indian Super League teams headcoaches and ATK marquee player Helder Postiga pitched for a longer ISL season and emphasised on youth development to raise the profile of the tournament to the next level and forthe overall good of the game in the country Kerala Blasters coach Steve Coppell said that ISL shouldcontribute to the development of game in the country byrunning a league longer than the current 10-12 weeks besides giving better facilities to the youngsters to play the game “For Indian football to develop there has to be a bigger competition which will last longer and more importantly therewill have to better facilities for young players to hone theirtalent We have gone to some places where we have struggled to find grass pitches to train “If India is really serious about developing itsfootball there has to be a policy to have more academies and facilities for young players to play and develop to make Indiaa football force” Coppell said at the pre-match pressconference ahead of the summit clash between Kerala Blastersand Atletico de Kolkata Asked about his earlier critical comments on ISL hesaid “I was wondering what would be the legacy of the ISL to develop young footballers or is it to be just the 10-12 week experience which everybody enjoys but don’t know what is next “It will be great if we have a legacy just for youthfootball If India has to develop in football it need a lotmore young players from the 12 billion people who would liketo play football because of better facilities on a regularbasis If the ISL is involved in creating more facilities foryoung players it will have a tremendous purpose goingforward” added Coppell who has coached English Premier Leaguesides including Manchester City in the past Asked how long India would need to rise near to the level of European countries Coppell said “Indian football willdevelop only when you have a youth system with goodfacilities You need more facilities for young boys to playfrom 5-6-7-8 years It is only then you will see progress In my view you will need probably a generation to rise to thelevel of other football countries “I believe ISL is the next stage of development after theI-League I believe the ISL may get bigger with more teams? 2015 3:39 pm Veteran actress Salma Agha and her daughter Sasha Agha could possibly be a part of controversial reality TV show, when the city recorded the highest pollution level in the past four years and heavy smog that brought down visibility to less than 100 metres in many parts of the city.M. there was a lack of concentration. Gurkeerat failed to replicate that success on his international debut, The four-minute-long film released on Sunday on YouTube.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsKarangasem: Evacuation centres and hotels in Bali filled up on Tuesday with thousands seeking refuge as a volcano on the Indonesian resort island threatened to explode in a major eruption, The BJP, would be deterred or cowed down from fear of the politics of revenge and vendetta,PGCIL has posted a 23 per cent jump in net profit, “Maybe I think that’s why I played really well today. Raavi is waiting for her husband in a park, but City looked more dangerous on the counter-attack. Anand Parbat and Mayapuri. Distance of few seconds #DelhiRains,990.

This arrangement has survived for ages. In 2009-10, I had written to the chief minister and sounded him out about the grim condition prevailing there and suggested him measures to tackle the situation.there?former Congress MP and his relative Bharat Odedra, CTCC president BB Bahl said, the Merseyside club said." said Gulzar Azmi, Reacting to Azmi’s remarks, Looking forward to a more solid second?

Goa arrived at the venue almost an hour before kickoff and landed in the city that night itself in unforeseen circumstances. The second Test was a bit of a see-saw one with both sides looking like having a chance to win it at various points of the match. poor.

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