“Bhaang is listed as an item in the prison manual that cannot be provided to prisoners, Neela Gokhale, Suhas Kulkarni (43),why go to corporators, asked Sachin Godambea resident of Bhosari The SARATHI call centre functions from at 7 am to 10 pm Residents usually call up as early as possible On Sundaythe first call was received at 730 am from one Laxmikant Borkar of Yeshwant Nagar The majority of complaints are regarding overflowing drainage linesleaking water pipelinesdog menace and potholes After a complaint is receivedSARATHI officials immediately sound the department concerned or senior officials The complainant is given a token number After the complaint is resolvedofficials update the call centre that then sends a compliance report to the complainant Some complaintslike leaking water pipelinesare taken up on prioritymeaning they are to be resolved in one daywhile others related to policy decision require some time? Denmark, embryo transfers and sperm banks.

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2012 4:17 am Top News A four-year-old HIV-infected thalassemic boy died in Junagadh district on Tuesday.demise She won a National Award for the Best Supporting Actress in the film ‘Thanichalla Njan’ in 2012. The documentary,Neighbours in Arms: An American Senator’s Quest for? "That was a special moment for him,1 Marshmallow OS.books and adaptor? the programme involves administering Albendazole tablets to children aged 1-19 in all schools and anganwadi centres.is his autobiographical book titled Raghu Rearview ?It is a cold blooded and well planned murder, alleged Amir Rashadichief of Rashtriya Ulema Council Rihai Manchan organisation spearheading campaign for the release of innocent Muslim youthscondemned the incident Shahnawaz AlamManchs spokespersonclaimed that Cabinet minister Rajendra Choudhary was apprised about the life threat to these youths Choudhary should be held responsible for the lapse and resign?

000 teachers to be filled up on the basis of UPTET examination saying it was against service rules for teachers. 2016 8:45 am Police said the woman approached them along with a few persons from the college administration. a failure to fight when matches got hard. After her run at the 2013 Australian Open even though she had some success in smaller tournaments Stephens failed to make similar inroads at a Slam until this year After her win Stephens reflected on her change in attitude noting that after her foot surgery she didn’t know whether she could rely on her movement or even her ball striking skills when she first returned to tennis so she knew that she would have to rely on the fight that made her push through the difficulties of her injury to carry her on the court In reflecting on her past year she summed up what she learned “If you work really hard if you fight your way through and fight your way back you can make some things happen for yourself” By: Reuters | London | Updated: December 16 2016 12:06 am Gianfranco Zola said he had been assured that funds were available to boost their promotion push Top News Gianfranco Zola is hoping to speak to former Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett the Italian said on Thursday after replacing him 24 hours earlier at the club that occupies seventh place in the Championship “I was asked if I was interested a while ago but the phone call only came the other day” said former Chelsea forward Zola who previously managed West Ham United and Watford “It wasn’t an easy decision to make due to how the other manager was doing” he told a news conference “I decided to accept the job as I am a professional and hope to do a good job here “I will try to speak with Gary this is not between me and him Part of the job that we do is going through this I will give him a call and extend my sympathies in the situation” Birmingham have not played in the Premier League since being relegated in 2011 They are owned by Chinese firm Trillion Trophy Asia who completed a buyout in October Zola said he had been assured that funds were available to boost their promotion push “I believe the club wants to invest money to strengthen the squad If they didn’t want to do this I wouldn’t be here” Zola added “I’m expecting January to be an interesting month “Before then I’ll be able to see what I’ve got and assess the situation” Former Italy international Zola has been sacked from three of his four managerial jobs He left West Ham in 2010 after two years there while more recently he failed to make an impact at Cagliari and Qatar side Al-Arabi Zola also resigned as Watford manager three years ago “I have done some good things in my previous jobs but some things have not been so good It’s an opportunity for me to prove myself” he said “I know the players will be surprised but I have tried to reassure them I am here for them” Zola’s first match in charge will be at home to second-placed Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Barcelona | Updated: November 10 2016 12:39 pm Circuit de Catalunya has been on the calendar since 1992 and is a home race for Spain’s triple world champions Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo (Source: Reuters) Top News Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya will host a round of the MotoGP world championship until at least 2021 after agreeing a five-year contract extension promoters Dorna said on Wednesday The circuit has been on the calendar since 1992 and is a home race for Spain’s triple world champions Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo This year’s grand prix in June was marred by the death of 24-year-old local Moto2 rider Luis Salom after he crashed in free practice Spain currently has four races on the calendar with the MotorLand Aragon track and Valencia’s Ricardo Tormo circuit which hosts this weekend’s season-ender both also signed up until 2021 Jerez also remains on the 2017 calendar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Vatsa | Noida | Published: September 14 2017 10:03 am Pravish Chanam Related News A 22-year-old man who had come to Delhi from Andhra Pradesh on September 7 to attend a music concert in Greater Noida continues to be missing for the fifth consecutive day police said He has been identified as Pravish Chanam a second-year undergraduate student Waiting at the Knowledge Park police station for the fifth day in a row Chanam’s elder brother Ravikanta Chanam told The Indian Express “He reached Delhi on September 7 from Andhra Pradesh where he did his schooling He wanted to attend a concert by The Chainsmokers in Greater Noida’s Expo Mart on September 8 with his friends He has been missing since the concert ended” A resident of Imphal in Manipur Chanam is pursuing a BA degree at Imphal University he added “The footage shows them waiting at the gate for five minutes before being joined by other friends Hundreds attended the concert and we are trying to go through CCTV footage to see if we can spot him during the concert later A missing person’s case has been registered on the basis of his brother’s complaint” said Akhilesh Tripathi Station House Officer Knowledge Park police station Gautam Buddh Nagar “One of the three friends who went to the concert with him claimed he had given his wallet and mobile phone to them” his brother said Recalling the day he went missing his brother added “His friends claimed they last spotted him around 9 pm The concert got over around 10 pm and they started looking for him They asked security guards at the event venue but couldn’t find him” Unable to locate him they went back to their home in Arjun Nagar Green Park “They did not approach police that day Around 1230 pm on September 9 when he had been untraceable for more than 12 hours they informed me about what had happened I lodged a complaint at Knowledge Park police station the next day” his brother said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Cannes | Published: May 25 2017 1:01 pm Priyanka Chopra’s mother Madhu Chopra who is the managing director of Purple Pebble Pictures unveiled the first look of the new Sikkimese film Pahuna Related News Priyanka Chopra’s production banner Purple Pebble Pictures has registered its presence in the 70th Cannes Film Festival with a slate of at least half a dozen films that are in the works Represented in Cannes by the actress’ mother Madhu Chopra who helms the company as managing director Purple Pebble Pictures unveiled the first look of the new Sikkimese film Pahuna written and directed by Paakhi A Tyrewala It is scheduled to release in October “We’ve been enthused by the success of Ventilator to step out into the big wide world of global independent cinema” Madhu said at an event hosted by the India Pavilion here to unveil the first look of Pahuna The film which unfolds entirely in Sikkim and uses many local talents in the junior crew is about three children who are separated from their parents while fleeing from the Maoist violence in Nepal “It was a logistical challenge shooting in Sikkim because the state does not have a film industry but the government went out of its way to support the project” she said “The film is currently in post-production It should be ready fore release before Dussehra We will have the premiere in Sikkim” Explaining the rationale behind their banner’s regional- language forays Madhu said “Stories from the various Indian states are routinely turned into Hindi films Bollywood benefits commercially in the bargain Our core idea is to narrate these tales in the languages that they stem from” Among the other films that Priyanka’s production house currently has in the pipeline is Nalini a Bengali-Marathi bilingual inspired by a little-known romantic chapter from Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s early life To be directed by Ujjwal Chatterjee and scripted by his wife Sagarika the film will present a 17-year-old Rabindranath who found his first love in Maharashtra when his father sent him to his elder brother Satyendranath to learn English “We are looking for a young actor to play the teenage Tagore while we are close to casting Jisshu Sengupta in the role of the poet’s older avatar” Madhu said in an interview Also up ahead is a film set in Goa Little Joe Kahaan Ho, A few days later, Jolie? I’m focused on my pre-season. His ability to reverse helped him a lot in the death overs and he was India’s go-to man in every situation. “Valtteri has been doing a great job and I don’t feel like we have to favour one over the other, of political Islamism — visited the US, Once it is so declared.

In 1984, which was one of the motives behind relieving him off his captaincy, Prasad said,that he is getting. We are also in the process of conducting an internal inquiry into the role of the faculty members in the incident. For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPremier League leaders Manchester City and nearest challengers Arsenal were both held to draws on Sunday as Liverpool suffered their first defeat in seven games under new manager Jurgen Klopp City could only manage a goalless draw away to bottom-of-the-table Aston Villa the Birmingham club marking new French manager Remi Garde’s first match in charge with a point that owed much to a fine display by goalkeeper Brad Guzan Arsenal who kicked off later on Sunday knew that if they beat arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby they would leapfrog City Kieran Gibbs celebrates his goal against Tottenham at the Emirates Getty But instead they had to make do with a 1-1 draw and are second in the table on goal difference City boss Manuel Pellegrini lost the services of Wilfried Bony to a hamstring injury and then watched in frustration as his team failed to make their second-half domination count in a match where Villa ended a dismal run of seven successive defeats City had to operate without a recognised frontman for more than an hour although Raheem Sterling Kevin de Bruyne and Fernando all wasted gilt-edged chances to secure victory in the closing stages at Villa Park A delighted Garde appointed after Villa sacked former manager Tim Sherwood told the BBC "It was a nice experience and a fantastic atmosphere "It was a tough game Making sure we were well organised defensively was my priority" the former Arsenal and France midfielder added City were left ruing the missed chances and the continued absence of Sergio Aguero – Frustrated City – "Of course we’re frustrated" said Pellegrini "We deserved to win the game They (Villa) had one shot in the whole game" At the Emirates Arsenal fell behind to a 32nd-minute goal from Spurs’ Harry Kane who beat the Gunners’ offside trap before shooting past Petr Cech At that stage Arsenal hadn’t managed a single shot on target and they had to wait until the 77th minute to equalise when substitute Kieran Gibbs bundled in a volley at the far post from Mesut Ozil’s cross although Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris should have saved the shot "Tottenham bossed the first half" Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger told Sky Sports "I must give credit to players they refused to lose the game "We now gain two weeks’ treatment for 10 players who are not available and I hope that we do not lose more" Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino whose side moved up to fifth place was proud of the visitors’ display "The level we showed and the commitment was fantastic It’s the way we want to carry on" he said Before kick-off Jeremy Corbyn the leader of Britain’s main opposition Labour Party and the MP for the local constituency of Islington North joined a protest outside the Emirates calling on football clubs to pay all their employees the National Living Wage "We think by the way the players already get the Living Wage" joked firebrand left-winger Corbyn wearing an Arsenal scarf In the mid-table clash at Anfield visitors Palace went ahead when Yannick Bolasie scored from 12 yards in the 21st minute Liverpool equalised shortly before the interval through Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho’s close-range effort Palace bounced back to score the winner eight minutes from time when Liverpool-born Scott Dann saw his header from a corner blocked by goalkeeper Simon Mignolet only for the Eagles defender to nod in the rebound "Today is a bad feeling — it was not necessary to lose this game" said Klopp "This was not enough for us — we can do more We have to learn from this" For boyhood Liverpool fan Dann getting a goal at Anfield was the realisation of a cherished ambition "I have had dreams of scoring here — and I had a feeling before the game that I was going to score" he said AFP By: Express News Service | Published: August 2 2016 2:55 am Top News The Wadala Regional Transport Office which inspected vehicles involved in a fatal car crash on the Eastern Freeway two weeks ago has said there was no mechanical fault in the north-bound SUV which had jumped the divider and landed on a south-bound taxi On July 19 a north-bound Innova (MH 04 DJ 2604) went over the divider and its railing to fall directly on top of a south-bound kaali-peeli Santro leading to death of three persons “There was no mechanical error with the car that crashed into the taxi The brakes were operational it was probably the failure of the driver to control the speed of his car” said the RTO official However the speed of the Innova could not be determined For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 15 2017 11:04 am Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez (left) and Babar Azam celebrate winning the Champions Trophy semifinal against England in Cardiff on Wednesday AP Photo Related News It was predicted to be a one-sided match And for once the first Champions Trophy semi-final lived up to the billing Only the roles were reversed England came on the back of three comprehensive victories in the league stage Pakistan on the other hand reached the last four with a mixture of pluck and luck and as the team never tires of mentioning some divine intervention as well The way the hosts had been playing Sarfraz Ahmed and his boys needed to play the perfect match They did that and then some bowling out the tournament favourites for a grossly inadequate 211 and then cantered to the target with as many as 77 balls and eight wickets to spare in front of a Cardiff crowd which seemed more South Asian than British The crowd representation and the used pitch even prompted England skipper Eoin Morgan to remark that there was no home advantage in the semi-final With India and Bangladesh set to fight for the right to face Pakistan in the final the Champions Trophy has now turned into another version of the Asia Cup As victories go it was a totally un-Pakistan-like win with none of the usual drama and tension usually seen when the team chases a modest total Azhar Ali played the steady hand which he is very adept at while Fakhar Zaman took the attack to the England bowlers with some audacious unorthodox and fortuitous shots Their century partnership settled the contest for all intents and purposes Babar Azam and Mohammad Hafeez then completed the formalities against a dispirited attack For all the improvement England have made in the 50-over format since the 2015 World Cup they have had very little to show in the results column They have often been built up as contenders for major honours but more often than not have suffered stage-fright on the big day Bowlers set up victory Pakistan did not have the services of Mohammad Amir — out with a back spasm — but debutant left-armer Rumman Raees stepped into the breach admirably Hasan Ali has been a revelation in the tournament with his skiddy pace control and variations Junaid Khan as the most experienced member of the pace trio played his part as Pakistan never allowed the long and explosive England batting line-up to get away Leg-spinner Shadab Khan got rid of the prolific Joe Root Even the other two spinners ‘local boy’ Imad Wasim and Hafeez were hard to get away As expected Jonny Bairstow replaced the out-of-form Jason Roy at the top of the order and was saved by the infamous ‘umpire’s call’ in the first over itself when Junaid had him trapped ‘almost’ in front The Yorkshireman scored 43 but it did not help his team on the day whereas England were on a winning spree with the struggling Roy in the XI May be he was their lucky charm England were 128/2 in the 28th over set for a total of at least 280 but Pakistan have been adept at taking wickets in the middle overs in this tournament and they hit the home team repeatedly Morgan and Ben Stokes played slow and torturous innings and were dis missed trying to hit out in frustration The Pakistan fielding which can be as mercurial as the team itself had one of its better days with Zaman taking a splendid catch in the outfield to get rid of Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid run out with a direct hit by substitute Ahmed Shehzad For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe will give compensation to the family of the student.can sometimes be fatal. says Nora Fatehi. I thought in the fag-end of the tournament we started believing in each other and started doing well.the rest will continue on August 3 when the court is likely to pass an order on her bail application, said advocate Vaibhav Jatharcounsel for Kundra For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: April 12 2014 4:41 am The manifesto also lays emphasis on employment empowerment of women health election reform and protection of the environment Related News A vow to protect the interests of Karnataka where the national parties have failed including the sharing of river water is among the central assurances made by the Janata Dal (Secular) in the manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls released on Friday The JD(S) led by former prime minister H D Devegowda has in the manifesto promised new policies for rural Indian and inter-state river water sharing intended to protect the interests of the state Elected representatives of the Congress and BJP have taken no action in getting Karnataka its due share of water and other resources from the centre Devegowda said at the low-key release of the manifesto “Both the Congress and the BJP have concentrated on strengthening their political existence” the manifesto stated The JD(S) candidates who are voted into parliament would bring pressure on the central government to create a national policy on sharing of river water since a separate policy for each river has not helped the interests of Karnataka in the case of the Cauvery and Krishna rivers Devegowda said The party has also proposed a policy for rural India where rural development programmes are linked to urban development programmes and state and central governments have to collaborate to implement schemes?

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