Maninder and captain Surjeet bagged three and two points each in the first half.

We have looked to find the? seeded fourth, thereby preventing the priests from preparing for the solemn service. the court rejected charges that the book is obscene or derogatory or hurtful to the religious sentiments of Hindus. Many more Youtubers have responded with their own coming out story and expressed outrage at the video being most hated.The attack was deemed one of the most vicious terrorist attacks in the USA since the 9-11 twin tower tragedies But the LGBT community has a long history of hate crimes against its members? the entire system is centralized leading to students from across the city writing a more or less common exam irrespective of what they learn in school. there will be other cricketers who will also benefit if Azhar’s plea is accepted. people who claim to be close to TMC should be arrested as well, has some interesting contradictions. 2016 8:55 am Related News The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) on Monday shut down 11 automobile service stations in the new west zone areas of the city for tapping water from illegal connections.

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But it is difficult to piece these stories together in any way that reinforces the positive self-esteem of the police. including Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, At a ceremony held at Chandimandir, Sonam Kapoor, As per the schedule tweeted by Kensington Palace, The transformation came three years after he was shuttled in and out of the Australian team. Rio 2016 Olympics: PV Sindhu goes for gold in women’s singles final against Carolina Marin Both players have an in-your-face attitude to their play and are not shy of yelling out loud when in the lead.t always bring civil liberties, For the sake of simplicity,or that the age of information would also be an age of artistry.

s mentor, They have no stand on that topic.benchmark is each other. Lakhs of commuters were stranded on stations or in trains. Goel said: “We will give away 10, Ours was a lemon granita that readied us for the last leg of lunch.It does not generally happen that surprise visits are carried out to inquire whether Hasan is physically present (in class), Syed Inayet Zaidia history professor at Jamiasaid For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 2 2013 2:32 am Top News Chief Secretary Jawed Usmani has asked the officials of Department of Medical Education to immediately issue government orders for creation of posts in the newly established Post Graduate Super-specialty Child Hospital and Teaching InstituteNoidaand Medical UniversityGreater Noida He also ordered the officials to begin the process of appointment of Vice-Chancellor for the university and prepare the Act for the university by April end Usmani was chairing a meeting regarding the construction and establishment of the two institutes in Lucknow on Monday As per a press release issued by the Information and Public Relations Departmentstate governmentthe chief secretary asked the officials to get the approval concerned and begin the procedure of procurement of required medical instruments and equipment for both the institutes Usmani issued directions to make the outpatient department of the Greater Noida Medical Universitys teaching hospital functional The officials have further been directed to appoint technical advisers and present detailed report for establishing super-specialty facilities as well as trauma centre in Noida as soon as possible For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMelbourne: Former Australia skipper Steve Waugh feels the lure of Twenty20 cricket is affecting the longest format of the game and has put the onus on senior cricketers across the globe to promote Test cricket "We have to hope senior cricketers in each country keep promoting Test cricket" Waugh was quoted as saying by cricketcomau today File picture of Steve Waugh Getty "Australian players still always talk about the Baggy Green cap and playing for their country and the responsibility rests with senior players in every country (to do the same)" Citing the decline of West Indies in Test cricket to put across his point Waugh said budding Caribbean cricketers who grow up watching the likes of Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo endorsing T20 will take to T20 cricket more than Tests "There is a danger there because obviously the Windies are fantastic at T20 and young kids see that They see they can make a lot of money" he said "The West Indies got into a bit of trouble when Chris Gayle who was a great Test player said his priority was T20 then other senior players say the same thing young kids hear it and all of a sudden the focus is on T20" The West Indies are current World T20 champions but in Tests they are struggling to match top quality sides They recently lost the opening Test against India by an innings and 92 runs at Antigua Written by Pramod Gaikwad | New Delhi | Updated: January 3 2016 12:04 pm Akshay Kumar is back again with a edge of the seat thriller which is based on a true story of the largest human evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Gulf War in the 90s Related News Akshay Kumar is back again with a edge of the seat thriller which is based on a true story of the largest human evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Gulf War in the 90s The trailer starts with a call to Ministry of External Affairs where Akshay as Ranjeet Katiyal who plays a powerful Indian origin businessman based in Kuwait wants to discuss the situations of the Indians living in the country and asks for urgent help But what he witnesses is the politics and bureaucracy of the countries Ranjeet is also threatened by an Iraqi Major who asks him to leave the country with his family without getting into trouble and doing social work for people or else he might also get stuck in the matter Ranjeet one man risks his family’s life to do the right thing and leads this heroic mission of evacuating Indians when Iraq invaded Kuwait in the 1990 A proud happy excited Akshay Kumar took to Twitter to unveil the trailer of the India’s most heroic mission Proud happy excited Here’s the #AirliftTrailer guys –>http://s.tco/16L21nkJk2 @AirliftFilm – India’s most heroic mission a true story — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 2 2016 The theatrical trailer of Akshay Kumar starrer shows spectacular visuals of Kuwait and is full of emotions actions and patriotism and will hold you onto your seats Directed by Raja Krishna Menon the film also stars Nimrat Kaur It is slated to release on January 22 four days before Republic Day For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Londoin | Published: May 19 2017 6:43 pm Ross Brawn told that his team was probably two-thirds of what he wants now Top News Former Williams head of aerodynamics Jason Somerville is joining Formula One’s new motorsport managing director Ross Brawn as the sport recruits more experts to advise on future technical regulations Somerville will be “part of a small group of engineers dedicated to researching fully the direction and implications of future regulations” Formula One said in a statement on Friday They will liaise with the FIA Formula One Technical Department and the teams “with a view to improving the entertainment value the sustainability and the sport of Formula One” Nigel Kerr a key player in the Brawn GP management buy-out from Honda and sale to Mercedes in 2009 joins as finance director for motorsports Another of Brawn’s former colleagues Craig Wilson arrives as head of vehicle performance Brawn told Reuters at last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix that his team was “probably two-thirds of what I want now” He recognised there was an element of poacher-turned-gamekeeper with his appointment and the team he was recruiting “We want sets of regulations that make sustainable close racing” said the former technical director who won a string of titles with Michael Schumacher at Benetton and Ferrari before more success as principal of his own team in 2009 During that time he was famed for making the most of grey areas in the regulations and winning the argument when challenged “It’s a team’s job not to have close racing And that’s where I’ve been for many years trying to avoid close racing by being the best” said the Briton “So it’s just going to be a constant process and we are building the teams now within FOM (Formula One Management) in order to …understand what needs to be done to keep the sport as closely competitive as possible” Brawn who was appointed after Liberty Media took control of the sport in January and ousted Bernie Ecclestone as commercial supremo has repeatedly said that there can be no quick fix to improve racing “The steps we make need to be secure steps and they need to be well researched and well thought out” he said “The more fundamental changes need a lot of work and a lot of consideration and the arguments need a lot of substance to make sure that we can carry them with the teams and (the governing) FIA” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Updated: January 10 2014 12:04 am Related News Hopping from Vizag to Khammam to Gunturfinally in Hyderabad and spanning a decadenewly crowned badminton mens singles national champion K Srikanth has tinkered and tweaked with one particular stroke in shuttle the half-smash The shot that launched P Gopichand into the orbits of Indias all-time greats with his All England win in 2001 (incidentally the year Srikanth started playing)arrived with the youngsters quiver full of strokes in Hyderabadcirca 2010 This was after his first-coach Sudhakar Reddy had exhausted his entire knowledge and poured it into his skillful but laid-back student who followed him to remote SAI outposts in Andhra At the Nationals in Delhi last weekSrikanth unleashed at least half a dozen variations of the same half-smash while picking 10 straight crosscourt winners against RMV Gurusaidutt on way to claiming the title The chiseling of that one stroke that has happened in Hyderabad over the last one year under Gopichandcould give India probably its biggest star in mens singlesinternationally in the coming years In snatching the crown from P Kashyap and winning a Grand Prix Gold title this yearSrikanth has already announced his ambition Reddys wards are taught the half-smash the way kindergarten tots learn to recite ABCbut under GopiSrikanths half-smash is acquiring both mystery and might as the shuttler has laced it with power and speed nuances in long rallies It is not unusual for Srikanth to send the shuttle down to three different spots (half-smashes are steeper than the flatter regulation variety) within a rally with only the minutest of changes to his action What also sets Srikanth apart from most of his contemporaries is his liberal dipping into his doubles shots armourygiven he was a proficient doubles player at the junior level Sowhen dragged into playing drives in ralliesSrikanth is hardly ever troubledand neither is he wary of aggression While his fitness has gone up many notches and hes shot up to 61 from the time he was 55 when he picked the basics of the half-smash techniqueSrikanth looks unstoppableexcept against Sai Praneethanother technically nuanced shuttler The deceptive deviant of badmintons most explosive shotthe smashmight well push K Srikanth and his unorthodox strokes into the elusive Top 5 of mens singles in the future Shivani is a Sr Assistant Editorbased in Mumbai [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: August 6 2017 9:39 pm The victorious ONGC team received Rs five lakh prize money while BHA got Rs 25 lakh (Source: Hockey India Twitter) Top News Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) capped a fine run by beating surprise finalist Bengaluru Hockey Association (BHA) 4-2 in the final to emerge champion in the 91st All-India MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup hockey tournament here today ONGC after a mixed performance in the round-robin phase raised its game in the semifinal to knock out defending champion Indian Railways They continued in the same vein this evening and made their intentions clear from the beginning Diwakar Ram one of the key players in the tournament gave ONGC a flying start by scoring from a penalty corner in just the third minute With the two teams looking to assert their supremacy and to stay aggressive there were quite a few quick moves The Bengaluru team hit back within two minutes of conceding the goal when Rajkumar Pal sent one past the rival custodian to level things The BHA team which had impressed many on its way to the final kept attacking which brought another goal in the 13th minute through Bijju Yirkal’s field goal Mandeep Antil restored parity for ONGC when he got one through from a penalty corner in the 28th minute The two teams went into the break locked at 2-all In the second half the experience of ONGC showed as they raised their game a notch and the third goal came against the run of play when Machaiah scored in the 52nd minute He was at it again with a goal in the final minute to end Bengaluru’s fine run The victorious ONGC team received Rs five lakh prize money while BHA got Rs 25 lakh Murugappa Group executive chairman A Vellayan gave away the prizes in the presence of MCC president Srivatsan Subramaniyam Special prizes: Best forward: Jenjen Singh (Bengaluru HA) best mid-fielder: Machaiah (ONGC) best goalkeeper-defender: Diwakar Ram Most promising player: Sanjay Xalxo (Odisha) man of the final: Rajkumar Pal (BHA) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navdeep Singh | Updated: April 7 2015 1:25 am The Supreme Court declared that high courts would not entertain challenges to the orders of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) Related News Away from the mainstream gaze and tumult over Section 66A on March 11 defence personnel military veterans and their families were declared lesser citizens — lesser than what they already were On that day based on an appeal filed by the last government but prosecuted by the current one the Supreme Court declared that high courts would not entertain challenges to the orders of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) thereby effectively making the said tribunal the first and last court for litigants since according to provisions of the AFT Act an appeal anyway does not lie even with the SC as a matter of right unless there is the exceptional involvement of a “point of law of general public importance” The SC based on self-deprecating arguments put forth by the army and the defence ministry also adverted to Article 33 of the Constitution which states that fundamental rights of defence personnel can be restricted or abrogated Needless to state from the celebrated Kesavananda Bharati case onwards it is well appreciated that restrictions are limited to maintenance of discipline while performing duties and extend to other uniformed forces too Using the plank of Article 33 to deny the right to access justice to litigants was hence an outright overstretch Even otherwise the majority of litigants before the AFT are not defence personnel but ex-servicemen and their families fighting for minor issues such as disability benefits correct fixation of pension etc — issues that are personal and definitely do not meet the stringent criterion of “public importance” so as to invoke the highest court of the land which is already overburdened and does not enjoy the luxury of time for constitutional questions Lamentably what the officialdom succeeded in attaining is that justice becomes inaccessible and unaffordable Imagine a poor widow in Kerala engaging a lawyer in the SC for challenging an AFT order denying her a few hundred rupees of benefits and then attempting to plead that her appeal involves a “point of law of general public importance” It is yet another story that this is one of the reasons why direct appeals to the SC were frowned upon by a seven-judge Constitution bench in L Chandra Kumar’s case A minority of those connected with the officialdom was trying to sell this disaster to the gullible defence community as a celebration portraying “quick justice” and the “elimination” of one layer Needless to say this has not eliminated one layer but eliminated all layers altogether unless one can prove “public importance” and has deep pockets to afford litigation in the SC The shortening of the judicial process cannot be at the cost of precious rights of the citizenry and the value of judicial review can only be fathomed through the eye of a losing litigant not by the system that has an army of lawyers at its disposal to file appeals in the SC at the taxpayer’s expense A multi-tiered approach to judicial redress is the hallmark of every democracy and had the “elimination” of layers been a profound need then we would have had a system of appeals from the lowest court of junior division civil judge directly to the SC Central government employees and retirees aggrieved by orders of the Central Administrative Tribunal have a right to judicial review before the high court and then the SC whereas the system has called for snatching similar rights from defence employees ex-servicemen and even their family members The writ jurisdiction of our high courts is designed to keep authorities and tribunals within the bounds and confines of law and to keep a check on their recklessness and rashness With all due respect to the AFT and its good work it functions under the same defence ministry against which it is supposed to pass orders the defence secretary against whom decisions are to be rendered sits on the selection (and reappointment) panel of AFT members and also in the investigation committee to probe complaints if any received against them Hence a vested right of judicial review by jurisdictional high courts assumes utmost importance The AFT does not even possess the usual trappings of a court including powers of civil contempt or a procedure to get its orders implemented So it came as no surprise that just two days after the ruling the SC in another case reiterated the known position that tribunals are inferior to high courts and that judicial review by high courts is part of the basic structure of the Constitution which cannot be taken away even by a constitutional amendment This decision based on the plea of the defence ministry has rendered litigants remediless and without any vested right of judicial redress — the only such instance in constitutional history Till the issue is revisited by a larger bench of the SC or the lynchpin sections repealed litigants shall continue to languish in lower confines compared to the rights guaranteed to other citizens a situation neither warranted nor envisaged by the framers of the blueprint for our democracy — the Constitution of India The writer is a high court lawyer and founder president of the AFT Bar Association He is also a member of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War at Brussels For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jaipur | Published: May 6 2017 10:34 pm Top News The carcasses of three cows and two bulls were found Saturdayin an open farm in Chandwaji area of Jaipur lead to mild tension in the area Some locals spotted the carcasses and informed local sarpanch Saroj Meena police said The recovery of the carcasses led to mild tension with the locals demanding immediate arrest of those behind it the police said However they were pacified and a complaint was lodged by the Sarpanch A medical board conducted post-mortem the police added For all the latest Jaipur News download Indian Express App More Top News After the suspension,no religious site can be constructed without permission. considering he picked all those three wickets in the Powerplay.

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first_img SHARE After hosting what the White House initially called a “listening” session, President Donald Trump took American investors by surprise Thursday. Trump announced to the group attending the meeting that he will be imposing the long-rumored steel and aluminum tariffs next week. The president will impose a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent for aluminum. Trump told a meeting of steel and aluminum executives that he’ll sign the paperwork next week. “You’re going to have protection for the first time in a long time,” he said to the executives. He says steel and aluminum workers haven’t been represented in some time and moves like this will help rebuild the American industries.Before making the announcement, Trump praised his recent tariffs on solar panels and washing machines, saying they were a good example of how tariffs can lead to investment in different U.S. business sectors. Metal company stocks rose sharply after the midday announcement. At the same time, the announcement pushed the Canadian dollar sharply lower. While it did bounce back somewhat, the tariffs remind people on both sides of the border about lingering tensions as the countries continue to participate in NAFTA negotiations.U.S. Wheat Associates and the National Association of Wheat Growers were both very disappointed in the Trump Administration’s decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. A statement says they have repeatedly warned of the risks of retaliation and the precedent set by such a policy would have potentially serious consequences for agriculture. The groups say it’s disappointing that the voices of farmers and many other industries were ignored in favor of an industry that’s already among the most well-protected in the country.Brian Kuehl of the Farmers for Free Trade Organization says they are also deeply concerned that the move to impose tariffs will unintentionally hurt American agriculture. “These tariffs are very likely to accelerate a tit-for-tat approach on trade, putting U.S. agricultural exports in the crosshairs,” Kuehl says. “We’ve already seen China discussing tariffs on sorghum, while the EU and China have both indicated they will move forward with swift retaliation in the wake of these tariffs.” He adds that everyone agrees on the need to hold trading partners accountable but taking unilateral action like this will have unintended consequences. “The ag sector knows from experience that our ag exports are the first to be hit by retaliation,” he adds. SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Trump Will Impose New Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Trump Will Impose New Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By NAFB News Service – Mar 2, 2018 Previous articleReactions to White House RFS MeetingsNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for March 2, 2018 NAFB News Servicelast_img

first_imgLinkedin + posts printWhile the exterior of TCU’s Greek housing has a cohesive style to match the rest of campus, each sorority was given the liberty to personalize its interior as it pleased with the help of alumni and other board members. TCU funded the majority of the project but allowed the chapters to purchase upgrades and personalize their houses with design elements.Many sororities incorporated their traditions and symbols into their designs; Kappa Kappa Gamma is clad in blue and blue, two lions guard Alpha Delta Pi’s entrance and Delta Gamma has an anchor rooted in their front yard.  The new houses don’t just have personal touches though, many sorority women living in the houses said the new open chapter rooms and kitchens have allowed bonding opportunities with sisters. This is something you don’t get to do in a regular dorm, sophomore Kappa Alpha Theta member, Hailey Paul said.“Theta’s study room has comfy chairs and couches that are inviting and make all of us want to sit in there to have a social gathering to be able to help each other with school, as well as catch up on life,” Paul said.The chapter room is furnished with tables that allow Theta members to eat together like a family with comfortable couches nearby for sometimes watching a movie after dinner, Paul said.Interior of Kappa Alpha Theta’s house.“Elizabeth White, the designer, was so cool and helped us make the chapter room super cute and welcoming,” Paul said. The chapter had a huge part in this project and is one of its biggest supporters, White said.Over at the Delta Gamma house, there is a similarly positive response.“Walking into the Delta Gamma house instantly feels like home,” Sophomore Delta Gamma member Rachael Reinhert said. “There is a loving sense within the walls. The light pink brings friendship, peace while the blue brings trust. We share this space between the light cream walls as friends and as family.”  Interior of Delta Gamma’s sorority house.Delta Gamma received help from alumni member Lisa Ford to design the beautiful house they have now, said Reinhert. Ford said she enjoyed designing the interior to match the traditions and customs of this special group of women.  TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook ReddIt Never too young to make an impact Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Colleen Powell Study abroad adds Stellenbosch, South Africa to its list of destinations ReddIt Colleen Powellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colleen-powell/ Colleen Powellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colleen-powell/ Previous articlePrimary election shows surge in voters for Democratic candidatesNext articleHoroscope: March 7, 2018 Colleen Powell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Colleen Powellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colleen-powell/ Linkedin Twitter Colleen Powellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colleen-powell/ Fort Worth Music Festival World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Eco-Friendly hair salons look to encourage others to help the environmentlast_img

first_imgEmail WhatsApp Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April No vaccines in Limerick yet Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News#WARNING Graphic Content – Limerick man claimed he accidentally stabbed his attacker in the faceBy Staff Reporter – December 17, 2015 915 Advertisement TAGSfeatured Facebookcenter_img Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Limerick District CourtAndrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A LIMERICK man who claimed he “accidentally” stabbed another man in the face during a row outside an off licence, is studying physiology and anatomy in prison, a court has heard.Craig McMahon (25) was in supported living with Focus Ireland on March 16, 2014 when he went to Fine Wines off licence on Parnell Street in the city to buy alcohol with a friend.Encountering two other men outside, McMahon along with his friend became involved in violent altercation.Giving evidence, Detective Garda Brian O’Connor told the court that while all the parties were known to each other, tensions wouldn’t have been “the best”.One of the men tried to pull McMahon to the ground and hit him with a bag of beer cans he had just bought inside.The two parties separated briefly but reengaged again after beer cans were thrown and the fight kicked off again.Craig McMahon then pulled a knife from inside his jacket and stabbed one of the men in the face as he emerged from the off licence.Sitting at Limerick Circuit Criminal Court, Judge Tom O’Donnell was shown pictures of the man and his injuries and he described them as being “utterly shocking and frightening”.Craig McMahon, together with the three other men involved in the violent incident, were all arrested three weeks after the incident and charged with violent disorder.The court was told however that the victim of the stabbing would not cooperate with the investigation nor would he make a complaint to gardai about the knife attack.Accepting that the pictures were “not pretty”, defence counsel Mark Nicholas said that his client was in fear of his life at the time and believed that he was under threat from serious criminals who wanted him dead.However Det Gda O’Connor said that there was no note of this with gardai and confirmed that no letter was sent to Craig McMahon from An Garda Siochana warning him of any serious threat as they didn’t believe there to be one.Mr Nicholas told the court that the since his arrest and detention in Castlerea Prison, Craig McMahon had engaged in certain activities in custody including embarking on a course on physiology and anatomy as well as an anger management course.Judge O’Donnell remarked that the irony of that was not lost on him.Addressing the court, McMahon said he “truly apologised” for his actions as his defence barrister handed in a hand written letter from the 25-year-old outlining his remorse.In it he said that he is in a relationship with “the light of his life” and has moved away from crime and at the time he felt his life was under threat and “accidentally stabbed him”.Judge O’Donnell said that he would adjourn the sentencing hearing to consider “all that has been said, the letter and the evidence in the case. But this picture is utterly shocking and absolutely frightening – the picture doesn’t lie”, he said, adding that it is “not the whole story”.Craig McMahon was remanded in custody until January 18 next for sentence. Print Twitter First Irish death from Coronavirus Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Previous articleYoung man saved from entering River ShannonNext article#WATCH Irish company leads 100-year breakthrough in microbiology testing for dairy industry Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie last_img

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