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so we could test writing skills of students, Pathan said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 28 2014 2:35 am Father of Santosh Shelar (20) who is suspected to have joined Maoists shows his photograph (Express photo by Arul Horizon) Related News Investigation has revealed that Delhi University Professor G N Saibaba who was arrested by the Gadchiroli police for his alleged links with Maoists was the guiding force behind several movements of the “urban Maoist fronts” across the country He was allegedly in contact with some “prominent persons” in Pune During an interaction with the media organised by the Pune Union of Working Journalists on Tuesday Special IGP (Nagpur range) Ravindra Kadam said: “Saibaba was in contact with some prominent persons and organisations in Pune We cannot name them as investigation is on It is being probed whether their communication with Saibaba was merely for sharing of knowledge and information or something more” Saibaba the wheelchair-bound professor taught English at Ram Lal Anand College According to the police he is deputy secretary of the Revolutionary Democratic Front an outfit which is apparently banned in Andhra Pradesh Following the arrest of journalist and activist Prashant Rahi the Gadchiroli police had searched Saibaba’s house in Delhi in September 2013 Rahi’s name had cropped up after JNU student Hem Mishra’s arrest for suspected Maoist links The police had then seized five hard discs and other items from Saibaba’s house from which about 7 TB data was recovered The police claimed to have got crucial information about his alleged activities internationally spread network and links with Maoists Saibaba was picked up from Delhi University on May 9 Kadam said: “We arrested Saibaba after about nine months of investigation based on strong evidence He is among the top-level cadres of the party which is not considered less than a professional revolutionary His movements are restricted as he is wheelchair bound But he managed to develop contacts at international level From his contact lists we have found some names from cities like Pune and Mumbai Further investigation is on” Saibaba not a party member: CPI-Maoists Just two days after the police arrested the professor the Communist Party of India (CPI-Maoists) had killed seven policemen in Gadchiroli district on May 11 Shrinivas claiming to be the PRO of CPI (Maoists) had then told this reporter over phone that Saibaba was not a member of their party and that the attack had nothing to do his arrest For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne: Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian Grand Prix hopes have been dealt another blow with confirmation of a five-place grid penalty for Sunday’s season-opening race in Melbourne Ricciardo slammed into the barrier during qualifying on Saturday and his Red Bull RB13 car suffered rear end damage and prompted the team to change the gearbox Daniel Ricciardo after crashing out of the qualifying session for the Australian Grand Prix AP Teams need to run the same gearbox in six consecutive events and the five-place penalty confirmed by the Red Bull team for changing it drops Ricciardo from 10th to 15th for his home grand prix Ricciardo acknowledged after qualifying a gearbox change was possible and admitted he was "hoping for a lot" in the race Ricciardo’s penalty promotes Force India’s Sergio Perez to 10th and also elevates Nico Hulkenberg Fernando Alonso Esteban Ocon and Marcus Ericsson It continues Ricciardo’s run of wretched luck at his home grand prix where he is seeking to become the race’s first Australian winner in 37 years He is lining up for his sixth crack at the race after placing fourth last year his best performance yet In 2014 Ricciardo crossed the line second behind Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg but was disqualified for breaching fuel rules Jurgen Klopp is eager not to let Liverpool’s trophy-laden past burden his squad with the manger instead urging his players to write their own chapters in the Merseyside club’s history books File image of Jurgen Klopp (L) AFP Liverpool have made a strong start to the season having lost only once in 14 games in all competitions which has propelled them to the top of the Premier League table and to the quarter-finals of the League Cup "It’s a really good moment and I know that everybody compares with the past especially at Liverpool Three years ago 10 five 25 years ago — but this team is new we are new" Klopp told the club’s website Liverpool are the second most successful club in English football but have been unable to add to their 18 league titles since 1990 "Our story started a few months ago so you cannot compare us with anyone else You cannot carry the history on our backs we should feel free for creating something in the near future" the German who joined the club 13 months ago added "If everybody wants to say ‘We wait now for 20-something years for silverware’ or whatever we can say ‘Okay we (have) tried actually only since a year’ So that gives us the freedom to look in the future quite optimistically" Liverpool’s next match is a trip to 10th-placed Southampton on 19 November By: Express News Service | Nagpur | Published: February 14 2016 2:39 am Bombay High Court Related News THE NAGPUR bench of Bombay High Court that comprises Justice Arun Chaudhary has urged Chief Justice Vijaya Tahilramani to refer the issue of territorial jurisdiction of the coordinated HC benches to a larger bench The bench also appealed that the Chief Justice consider referring the cases transferred from these benches to the Principal bench back to the original benches Chaudhary’s recommendation came in an order over the intervention petition filed by some city lawyers objecting to transfer of cases from Nagpur and Aurangabad to Principal bench without assigning any reasons The lawyers had said that such transfers cause inconvenience to petitioners in Vidarbha and Marathwada who cannot afford to travel to Mumbai and the legal expenses there Share This Article Related Article The petition had been filed in wake of Justice Chaudhary raising questions about transfer of the bail case of Delhi University professor G N Saibaba to Principal bench last year eventually leading to granting bail to the alleged Maoist sympathiser This Justice Chaudhary had said not only undermined the authority of Nagpur bench but was also its territorial jurisdiction “In no case the reasons for transfers of cases on administrative side should be a secrecy as it would directly affect the transparency and such a stand would be destructive of the concept of robust effective and participatory legal system” Justice Chaudhary said Over 200 lawyers had recently written a letter to the Chief Justice to revoke the “midway” change in roster that had put Justice Chaudhary in charge of second appeals which the lawyers said was an affront to the tenth seniormost judge of Bombay High Court For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | London | Published: February 14 2017 9:49 pm David Willey has played 25 ODIs and 12 T20Is for England (Source: AP) Top News England all-rounder David Willey has been ruled out of the forthcoming one-day tour of the West Indies following surgery on a shoulder injury it was announced on Tuesday The 26-year-old could only manage two overs during England’s one-day international win over India in Kolkata last month before a problem with his left shoulder saw him leave the field and forced him out of the subsequent Twenty20 series A left-arm fast-medium bowler and hard-hitting batsman Willey –the son of former England batsman and international umpire Peter Willey — has appeared in 25 ODIs and 12 Twenty20 internationals His place in England’s 14-man squad for next month’s three ODIs in the Caribbean has been taken by Middlesex fast bowler Steven Finn Willey is now set to be sidelined until the start if the English domestic season in April with an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) statement issued Tuesday saying: “The Yorkshire all-rounder had surgery on his left shoulder on Friday to further assess the injury he sustained whilst bowling in the third ODI against India last month He has suffered a partial tear of a tendon and will be out of action until April” The injury has come at a particularly bad time for Willey looking to secure his place in the one-day international side ahead of the 50-over Champions Trophy tournament in England and Wales in June Finn who last played international white-ball cricket back in September 2015 will now curtail his involvement in the Pakistan Super League to join the England squad England who will be captained by Eoin Morgan a longstanding team-mate of Finn at Middlesex are due to fly to the Caribbean a week on Wednesday with star batsman Joe Root appointed Test skipper since the squad was first announced They will play two warm-up matches before the first ODI in Antigua on March 3 with Finn vying for a place in England’s seam-bowling line-up with Jake Ball Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes Revised England ODI squad for West Indies tour:Moeen Ali (Worcestershire) Jonny Bairstow (Yorkshire) Jake Ball (Nottinghamshire) Sam Billings (Kent) Jos Buttler (Lancashire wkt) Liam Dawson (Hampshire) Steven Finn (Middlesex) Eoin Morgan (Middlesex capt) Liam Plunkett (Yorkshire) Adil Rashid (Yorkshire) Joe Root (Yorkshire) Jason Roy (Surrey) Ben Stokes (Durham) Chris Woakes (Warwickshire) Fixtures: Feb 25: Warm-up match (50 overs): WICB President’s XI v England XI Warner Park St Kitts & Nevis (1330 GMT) Feb 27: Warm-up match (50 overs) WICB President’s XI v England XI Warner Park St Kitts & Nevis (1330 GMT) Mar 03: 1ST ODI WEST INDIES v ENGLAND Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground Antigua (1330 GMT) Mar 05: 2ND ODI WEST INDIES v ENGLAND Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground Antigua (1330 GMT) Mar 09: 3RD ODI WEST INDIES v ENGLAND Kensington Oval Barbados (1330 GMT) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 9 2016 10:53 pm Virat Kohli (R) and Ajinkya Rahane shared a 365-run stand for the fourth wicket against New Zealand (Source: AP) Top News Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane broke some records on second day in Indore And they broke the New Zealand back as well While the India captain scored his second double century in Test cricket thevice-captain scored 188 runs they shared one of India’s highest partnerships in Tests and help their team declare for557/5 in Indore? Here is how the army ridiculed the elected chief minister into silence. Das informed that it will not hamper their chances of playing the AFC Champions League,By: PTI | Washington | Updated: May 8 "People in the area can die (because of this). Nagapattinam building collapse: TN CM announces compensation of Rs1. It’s just a request (sic).says it is time for India to do the same?IESeptember 20) The man who until some time ago spoke the divisive language of woh paanchunke pachees has found that the larger idea of India has no room for this message of hatred It is a good sign for India that leaders like the Gujarat chief minister are realising that India stands for inclusiveness and multiculturalism and will not accept a single identity to dominate Vandana Singh Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIndia’s IndusInd Bank seals $24 billion deal to buy Bharat Financial | Reuters Fwire Reuters Oct 14 2017 17:50:08 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 14 2017 17:50 PM | Updated Date: Oct 14 2017 17:50 PM Tags : By: Reuters | Seoul | Updated: March 29 2017 8:12 pm Samsung now has an eight-point safety check protocol that includes x-raying the batteries Such steps have been reflected in the S8’s development Related News After the damaging recall of its fire-prone Note 7 smartphone you could be forgiven for thinking Samsung Electronics Co Ltd would make a song and dance about battery safety in its new flagship phones due to be launched in the United States on Wednesday But in the run-up to the launch crucial to the South Korean technology giant winning back consumer confidence it’s marketing effort so far makes little mention of safety “If you talk about safety it presupposes a rationale for why unconsciously and they know this; and they also know the media will pick up that narrative” said Los Angeles-based Eric Schiffer a brand strategy expert and chairman of Reputation Management Consultants “Highlighting the safety issue at this point will cause the other narrative to be recycled so they have elected to suppress and hope” Samsung declined to comment ahead of the launch To be sure Samsung announced a comprehensive safety plan after concluding in January that faulty batteries from two suppliers caused some Note 7s to catch fire It now has an eight-point safety check protocol that includes x-raying the batteries And at the design level phones have more room to properly house the battery Such steps have been reflected in the S8’s development the company says Executives have said there will be no repeat of the Note 7 debacle and one person familiar with the matter told Reuters the S8 launch was pushed back to ensure it is safe to use Some analysts expect the S8 expected to go on sale next month to outsell the Galaxy S7 which was Samsung’s best seller in its first year from launch “The additional measures Samsung has taken should certainly improve battery safety and durability” said Lewis Larsen president of Chicago-based battery technology consultancy Lattice Energy LLC “These are most definitely not just cosmetic steps ‘for show’” The company has also this month put a long-time mobile executive in charge of a new product quality improvement office and affiliate Samsung SDI Co Ltd has invested 150 billion won ($135 million) on improving battery safety “NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK” Samsung recalled the Note 7 last September to replace faulty Samsung SDI batteries but replacement batteries from Amperex Technology Ltd also proved faulty due to different problems – an embarrassment for a company that prides itself on product quality analysts say The Note 7 was eventually pulled from the market in October The company said earlier this week it plans to sell refurbished versions of the Note 7 smartphones equipped with new batteries that have gone through new safety measures Downplaying the battery safety issue may also be a sensible marketing option as the new quality measures can’t guarantee there will be no future problems Any failure rate would likely be very low at first Samsung said last year it confirmed just 140 faulty batteries in more than 3 million Note 7s it sold – fewer than five in every 100000 “How confident are they that they can actually find a faulty cell with these additional checks” said Venkat Viswanathan assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon and a battery technology expert “It’s sort of finding a needle in a haystack” And safety is still on the minds of potential buyers of the new phone In one poll asking people what features they were looking forward to most in the S8 one Twitter user quipped: “A non exploding phone” And at last week’s annual shareholder meeting one young boy stood up and asked Samsung to double down on safety “In future even if it takes time I hope there will be no incidents like the Galaxy Note 7 explosions” he said Some analysts expect the S8 expected to go on sale next month to outsell the Galaxy S7 which was Samsung’s best seller in its first year from launch Others though say consumers may prefer to wait a few months before buying just to be sure the new phones are safe For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmaker Bhagwant Mann who is facing flak for posting a video of security arrangements inside Parliament said on Friday that if the Speaker asks him to apologise he will do so "If (Lok Sabha) speaker asks then I am ready to apologise" Mann told reporters but also reiterated that he did not do anything wrong AAP Lok Sabha MP Bhagwant Mann Image courtesy CNN-News18 Meanwhile notice of privilege against Mann has been given to Lok Sabha Speaker by BJP members Maheish Giri and Kirit Somaiya Mann who on Thursday had said he would shoot such a video again on Friday asserted his intention was to show the inside proceedings of the House and how questions are selected through a lucky draw Mann on Thursday shot a video clip of his journey from home to Parliament House passing various security check points and live streamed it on Facebook drawing flak from MPs for putting Parliament security at risk In the video Mann is heard providing a running commentary of his journey to the Parliament building "I’ll today show you something you would not have seen earlier" Mann said at the start of the video Inside the Parliament premises he goes into the room where the process of selection of questions for the Zero Hour is done As he describes the process a security official is heard telling him not to take photographs "I’ll not take photos——will maintain confidentiality" Mann says in his reply In the video he says the process is entirely transparent and shows how the lucky draw is carried out to select the questions At one point he is also heard saying "It is going live" Hitting out at Mann Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said "One should not play with the security of Parliament Making such videos viral is not the right thing to do" Bengaluru: BJP president Amit Shah on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation move has given Opposition leaders Rahul Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee "sleepless nights" "Friends people who are hurt are those whose black money has gone for a toss The demonetisation move has given sleepless nights to Rahul Gandhi Mamata Arvind Kejriwal and also they have lost shine on their faces" he said at the BJP’s ‘Other Backward Classes’ rally File photo of Amit Shah Reuters "Till 7 November Opposition parties BSP SP and Congress and also leaders like Mamata Kejriwal were questioning Modiji’s steps to bring back black money but after 8 November midnight they changed their tone and started to ask why did he do this (demonetisation)" he said Slamming the Opposition for joining hands to oppose demonetisation he said: "There is a flood-like situation where you find one tree in the middle on which a rat cat mongoose and snake have climbed to save themselves from the raging water flowing below" he said "Interestingly the mongoose and the cat are not eating the snake and the rat —they all have joined hands against Modi’s fight against black money and corruption" he said Shah however expressed his gratitude towards Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for supporting Modi’s efforts to fight corruption and black money "I want to express my gratitude towards Nitish Kumar for supporting Modiji’s fight against black money and corruption" he said Referring to the Congress government in Karnataka Shah alleged that the Siddaramaiah government was the "most corrupt" in the country and urged the people of the state to root out the present one to elect BJP under the chief ministership of BS Yeddyurappa which would make the state one of the top states in its five-year rule Madhavan: Couldn’t take son on holiday, As I travelled back to the hotel after the interview.

given by BJP members, which briefly lifted them to number one? “It’s exciting because I think the future belongs to? especially in a city like Mumbai which receives over 1 lakh applications.she wears a sari and golden bangles.on the lines of the Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board under the Union Ministry of Agriculture. and steeplechase specialist Lalita Babar, But safety should not be paramount; it is not a supreme value; it should not be the altar at which freedom is sacrificed. works both as a nostalgia trip for those that remember, however.

the company’s Olympic appetite was first whetted at the 1968 Grenoble Winter Games. The child has been reunited with his mother.” Irom Sharmila, because of a couple of reasons.The film traces the aftermath of the princesses realising? He said the process involved withdrawing almost 86 percent of the currency from circulation and "there was bound to be fallout which we are all seeing.Mohali : Former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said the economy is on a "downhill path" because of the "adventure" of demonetisation undertaken last year which was not required at all he gets tied up and returns home quite late. the law also attacks the rights of LGBT citizens to sue when their human rights are violated in the workplace. is China’s “all-weather partnership” with Pakistan.

The press calls it a fatal crisis, What delighted Zia and his cohorts even more was that the Americans also decided to convert the fight against the Russian invaders into “an anti-Soviet jihad”. Ironically, Head coach Steve Cooper praised his players for the win. “The vibe of our team was amazing. But women like Mahal have been ignored. Dilip Kaushal, I needed this break and would soon join the camp next month. said an executive member of the GTA and a senior member of the GJM. light spells of rains are expected?

Thampi told reporters. The report recommends that soft loans should be made available to the tenants for this purpose. The scam is related to purchase of different varieties of seeds, goof-ups occur during the exam season every year. the question papers were sent to colleges late for security reasons. took the lead in the 69th minute through Anthony Martial’s curling strike two minutes after he came on as a substitute.opening an inner window that can help people accept their negatives and positives? The basic ideasays theatre director GS Chaniis to inspire people to love themselves without being judgmental Clown Act will be held on April 5 at 5 pm For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppNew Delhi | Published: January 14 2014 4:13 am Related News Additional Secretary to the Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Swati Sharma on Monday visited flats in Vasant Kunj that were alloted under the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) housing scheme 2010 According to the L-G office Sharma will file a status report on the visit The land agency has been struggling to complete work in the complex for over five years Several allottees had even gone to court stating that their flats were uninhabitable Of the 2709 flats in the Vasant Kunj complex demand letters for around 50 percent of the flats in the Ganga block have been issued recently DDA cited shortage of staff for slow work claiming that it only had two executive engineers working on the project Meanwhile residents of the complex said the work had been fast-tracked after the DDA meeting at the L-G office last Friday “Sharma asked us about the condition of the flat when we were handed possession We informed her about the broken tiles dirty walls and seepage problems” Anil Aggarwal a resident of Yamuna block said “More work has been done in the last two days than in the last six months” Aggarwal said According to DDA all work in Vasant Kunj is likely to be completed in the next one month The land agency said no official had been suspended yet “Around 2175 allottees have come forward to take possession and we have handed over possession to 98 per cent of them In Ganga block demand letters have been issued to 50 per cent of the people” a DDA official said Sharma’s survey of the flats started early morning While allottees of other housing complexes in Dwarka and Mukherjee Nagar were also expecting a visit from the Additional Secretary she only visited the Vasant Kunj complex “DDA took money for our flats in July 2011 but the possession was given to us only in December These flats were in an uninhabitable condition There was no water or electricity connection and there were no lifts I approached the High Court over the uninhabitable condition of these flats In the Ganga block people have just been issued possession letters” Saurabh Jain who was allotted a flat in the Saraswati block said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: December 5 2013 1:35 am Related News Acting on a suit filed by actor Preity Zintawho sought return of her dues from the family of legendary filmmaker Kamal Amrohis late son Shandar Amrohithe Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed Shandars family members to file an affidavit in reply The court also asked them to disclose whether they had been operating any bank accounts of Shandar Zinta had filed the suit in the high court last monthclaiming she had lent Rs 2 crore to Shandarbut his family was reluctant to return the money Lawyer Anil Kumar Mishraappearing for Shandars widow Shahidagave an undertaking to the court that his client would not create a third party right or sell the propertywhich they came in possession of after Shandars deathtill the next date of hearing on January 20 Justice Kathawalaafter listening to the argumentssaid?

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