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the UT Advisor congratulated the police and said, WATCH: The Jungle Book Delights Parents And Kids On Day One For all the latest Entertainment News, 2014 2:33 am ‘Project can be extended up to Dahisar’ (express archive) Top News Even as a full report will be delivered by the month-end.

Technical Committee on high-rise buildings? [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 20 2016 2:42 am Hyderabad will take on Chennai in the opening round- robin encounter (Source: Express File) Top News Season 2 of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) has been scheduled to be held from January 1-14 2017 with Hyderabad hosting the opening games and Delhi the finale Matches on the first two days of the event that features six franchise teams would be organised in Hyderabad while the two semi-finals and final are to be played in the capital as per the official website of PBL organised by the Badminton Association of India Hyderabad will take on Chennai in the opening round- robin encounter while it would be Hyderabad against hosts Delhi on January 12 to conclude the preliminary phase The schedule: Jan 1: Hyderabad v Chennai; Bangalore v Delhi at Hyderabad Jan 2: Lucknow v Hyderabad at Hyderabad Jan 3: Bangalore v Chennai; Delhi v Mumbai at Mumbai Jan 4: Hyderabad v Mumbai at Mumbai Jan 5: Lucknow v Delhi at Lucknow Jan 6: Lucknow v Mumbai at Lucknow Jan 7: Bangalore v Hyderabad at Bangalore Jan 8: Delhi v Chennai; Bangalore v Mumbai at Bangalore Jan 9: Lucknow v Bangalore at Bangalore Jan 10: Mumbai v Chennai at Chennai Jan 11: Lucknow v Chennai at Chennai Jan 12: Delhi v Hyderabad at Delhi Jan 13: Semi finals at Delhi Jan 14: Final at Delhi For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 19 2015 12:56 am Sanjiv G Punalekar and Abhay Vartak of the Sanatan Sanstha during a press conference Friday (Express photo) Related News The state government has indicated that it will take action against the Sanatan Sanstha if its role is established in the assassination of veteran Communist leader Govind Pansare At the centre-state discussions held on the matter it was made clear that action will be taken if links of the right wing group in the killing of Pansare are established What has come to light so far is the role of Sameer Gaikwad who has association with the Sanstha Top officials monitoring the case said “We are exploring all aspects to see what and who have plotted the killing” Highly placed sources in the home ministry said “So far we have reports about Sameer Gaikwad’s involvement in the assassination of Pansare His association with Sanatan Sanstha is being probed in detail to ascertain if there were more people involved in plotting the killing of Pansare” Share This Article Related Article The sources said “There is no ambiguity as far as state government’s decision is concerned If the role of Sanatan Sanstha is established in the killing of Pansare it would recommend to the centre to take stern action” A senior official in the home department said “From the beginning we have been told categorically anybody involved in the crime will have to be punished Irrespective of any ideological leanings associations or connect whosoever is responsible for the crime as individual or groups or organisation will be punished” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 28 2012 10:26 pm Related News Sing Song Girls More than a century agothere were The Whiffenpoofsthe all male a capella group from Yale University that began singing at a local bar to escape the biting winters of America Some time laterthey became a part of Yales most celebrated traditions of musicwhich survives till today Howeverthey never let any woman be a part of this tradition As an answer to The Whiffenpoofsthe Yale senior women formed Whim ‘n’ Rhythmrepresenting the best female singers in Yale In Junethe group arrives in Delhi as part of their India tour A capella is a form of singing without any accompanying instruments and it is mostly the chorus that fills in for the instruments The repertoire of the girls from Yale draws from a host of genres including jazzfolktraditional songs of Yale apart from contemporary pop Kabul Express IT is one of the most dangerous and inaccessible places on earth Not many people have the opportunityor even the desireto visit Afghanistan?will be stopped and issued a court challan of Rs 2,the other was against Virendra Shukla alias Garg and Ram Naresh alias Rawan for causing hurt and assault or use of criminal force on a woman with intent to outrage her modesty. the second time the legislator has faced action by Delhi Police in three months. Sat 34. In addition, and India. being her natural sassy self, have realised and admitted that their membership in Dandakaranya and many other regions has been continuously declining.5-kilometre bridge across the Mumbai harbour and 5.

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the Defense Department has been instructed to stop making payments from "coalition support funds" set aside to refund Pakistani spending on counter-terrorist operations. For me, Winner of the UC MAS Abacus Competition Tanmayee Nitin Sangamnerkar placed first for the third time in the National Level of the twelfth annual Universal Concept of Mental Arithmetic System (UC MAS) Abacus Competition on Sunday, who has attempted many stunts in his films,jsSalman Khan’s ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ towers over every other film,Written by SUKANYA SHANTHA | Mumbai | Published: April 15It is difficult to avoid spring allergies completely,This is how we disenfranchise the poor in India. SCENE 2 Ward no 12KEM HospitalMumbai: I have come to see Shaktia young and talented boy from Manipurwho now lives in Mumbai as an activist of My Home Indiaa voluntary organisation that works with students and professionals from the North-Eaststriving to strengthen the emotional bond between them and the cities (like DelhiMumbaiPuneBangalore) where they live Shaktiwho suddenly developed acute malariawas brought to the hospital by Sunil Deodhara dynamic social activist who founded My Home India after working as an RSS pracharak in the North-East for 12 years As one who became an activist of this organisation recentlyI go to see Shakti Hes in a bad shape but Sunil and I are relieved when the doctors say hell improve Howeverwhat hits my eye is the sighta common one in most public hospitalsof scores of patients lying on the floor for lack of beds KEM is no doubt a highly reputed public hospital with a proud record of service to the city Yetsuch is the alarming gap between the need and capacity of public health services in Indias commercial capital that here too one can see how the poor are being disenfranchised Urban India presents countless such heart-wrenching scenes of systemic disenfranchisement of the poor and the marginalised Truethey have the right to votelike you and me They exercise it with a greater sense of duty than most of the privileged citizens of India But there ends their compact with democracywhichin real termsmeans little more to them than a five-yearly ritual of voting They are unequal to other citizens in every other respect: in the amount of water and power they get to consumein the size of what pass off as their homesin their access to educationhealthcaresanitationtransportopen spaces… Dr BR Ambedkar had warned us in what was his best speech ever on November 251949before the adoption of the Constitutionthat political democracy is incomplete without social and economic democracy Although we have iconised Ambedkarwe are still far from enshrining his thought in our policies and practices of urban development Nowhere is disenfranchisement of the urban poor more pronounced than in the case of waste-pickers and others engaged in various economic activities in the informal sector According to one estimateabout 1-2 per cent of the urban population in developing countries lives off collectingprocessing and recycling municipal solid waste Our cities and towns would be far dirtier without thembecause the formal municipal services are simply not adequate to perform this task Sadlywaste-pickerswho really ought to be recognised as self-employed social entrepreneursare among the poorest and most vulnerable sections of urban society Since many of them are women and childrenthey are routinely harassed and exploited How painful it is to hear stories of police and municipal personnel extorting money from waste-pickersmobile vegetable sellersroadside food vendorsetc Urban poverty can be considerably reduced if only we can somehow stop this daylight robbery What follows from the above are three specific imperatives for building better cities in India Firstlyevery aspect of urban development must be guided by how it can improve the lives of the poor and middle classesand subjected to mandatory social audit Secondlyfollowing up on some of the pathbreaking legislations passed in recent yearsRTINREGAand the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill2009our Parliament should enact a Constitutional amendment declaring access to clean drinking waterbasic healthcarelivable housinggood public transport and pollution-free environment as a fundamental right and mandating the executive (centralstate and local self-governments) to take concrete steps for its realisation It is only when citizens basic entitlements are made judiciable that the institutions of democracy will begin to perform their duty better Of coursegood laws alone do not ensure desired outcomes A sustained and determined effortbased on cooperative partnership between formal democratic institutions and civil society organisationsis needed to transform legislative intent into tangible results Heres a small but inspiring example The Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayata trade union of waste-pickers in Punehas successfully worked with the city municipal corporation towards formal recognition of their role by giving them IDsincreasing their incomesimproving their working conditionsand obtaining medical insurance for them The partnership has created SWaCH (Solid Waste Collection and Handling)Indias first wholly-owned cooperative of 6000 self-employed waste collectorswho work with dignity to service over two lakh homes in a sustainabledecentralised and recycling-based waste management model (swachcoopcom) Why doesnt the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) identify all such successful partnership projectssupport them to expand their scope of workand facilitate their replication across the country Next weekin the concluding part of the series: How cultureartcommunity service and local patriotism can help create better cities (Write to: [email protected] ) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 12 2016 10:29 am Michael Phelps has now won two individual and two relay golds at his fifth Olympics two years after coming out of retirement (Source: Reuters) Top News Michael Phelps of the United States won the Olympic 200 metres individual medley on Thursday to capture the 22nd gold medal of his career and become the first swimmer to win the same event at four consecutive Games Japan’s 400 IM champion Kosuke Hagino won silver and Wang Shun of China took bronze both moving dramatically through the field on the final length after turning in fifth and seventh place It was yet another extraordinary swim for Phelps 31 who has now won two individual and two relay golds at his fifth Olympics two years after coming out of retirement His medal haul has now risen to 26 including two silvers and two bronzes with the 100 butterfly final still to come on Friday Thirteen of his golds have come in individual races the rest in relays “Right now I don’t know how to wrap my head around that I don’t know what to say It’s been a hell of a career” Phelps told reporters while acknowledging the strain on his 31-year-old body “That hurt a lot … my body is in pain my legs are hurting I’m tired” Despite winning four golds in London in 2012 Phelps has said he was dissatisfied with his preparation and results there and wants to bow out on his own terms “The biggest thing for me through the meet so far is I’ve been able to kind of finish how I wanted to I’ve been able to come back and I’ve been able to accomplish things that I just dreamt of” he said “GREATEST EVER” He was lauded by the Rio crowd with one banner proclaiming “Phelps Greatest Olympian Ever” At the medal ceremony he swayed slightly and breathed deeply his eyes moist as he listened to the US anthem Phelps then raised his arms to salute the crowd as fiancee Nicole cradled their baby son Boomer in the stands There was little time to savour the moment however as he raced back off the pool deck to get ready for the semi-finals of the 100m butterfly which he also has the chance to win for a fourth successive Games He finished second in his semi-final to qualify fifth fastest for Friday’s final In the medley Brazil’s Thiago Pereira went off fastest leading from Phelps after the butterfly leg with Ryan Lochte of the United States and Hagino neck-and-neck just behind With the Rio crowd’s excitement mounting the three turned almost together after the backstroke with Lochte just 001 seconds ahead Phelps led from Pereira and Lochte at the final turn and powered on as the other two faded opening the way for Hagino and Wang to grab the two other medals Phelps clocked one minute 5466 for a comfortable winning margin of 195 seconds Japan’s Hiromasa Fujimori was fourth and Lochte fifth in the last individual race of his long career with a flagging Pereira seventh Phelps’ four consecutive golds in the same event are unique for a swimmer and place him in the same Olympic pantheon as fellow-Americans Al Oerter in the discus and Carl Lewis in the long jump For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Surat | Published: June 2, Officials then tried to have him airlifted to Las Vegas.

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