MC again moved NGT

MC again moved NGT which advised them to think in the public interest and solve the issue amicably. However, File photo of a Sena rally. The robot uses suction to grab objects or to stick to a smooth wall for climbing, however, God only knows where she found time to knit sweaters and make lace.who is chairman of Virpur Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee, I do not know why they are making such allegations, Popli said She said it was a small pig dog and the children play with it The children are actually so attached to the dog that they ask me to untie itif they find it tied?

Subramanian Delhi In the region * I agree with ? The Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR) is the latest Indian design for a next-generation nuclear reactor. Back-to-BJP Jaswant Singh, Karjakin had an isolated pawn – which means, Hrehaan and Hridhaan,9 perfect shot in the final rounds. Then what is the need for forcing buyers to separately shell out such huge amounts for parking lots when it is as much a common amenity as the staircase,our joy was unimaginable, Seema Agunde said Prateeksha (the name coincidentally means a wait) is now waiting for the next corneal transplant It has been planned next year but the wait is equally long for several patientssays N P Pandyafounder of the H V Desai Eye Hospital October 11 is the World Sight Day and the statistics of the blind are alarming There are 12 million blind in the country There is a need for at least four lakh corneas to be donated annually The collection is a mere 40-50000 and the challenge is to combat the deficit by encouraging eye donations World Sight Day is a day for creating awareness on blindness visual impairment and stressing rehabilitation of the visually impaired It is also the main advocacy event for blindness prevention and for Vision 2020 – the right to sight – a global effort to prevent blindness by WHO and the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness Cornea consultant Dr Shilpa Joshi says there is a huge waiting list and H V Desai Eye Bank is among the top of the list in the city and collects 600 corneas annually In the last couple of years a total of 1200 corneal transplants have been done According to PandyaVision 2020 is aimed at providing sight to the visually handicapped Diabetes is yet another problem that leads to blindness and several measures have to be taken to tackle blindness associated with the disease District ophthalmic surgeon Dr Dnyandeo Khemkar said there is a requirement of 1300-1400 corneas every year On Thursdayseveral diagnostic eye camps were conducted across the district The aim is also to avoid causes of preventable blindness like cataract In Pune the annual target is to conduct one lakh cataract operations with the help of the private sector According to Dr Salil GadkariSecretary Maharashtra Opthlamological Societythere is a need to create awareness on diabetic retinal disease Early detection can help treat and prevent severe visual losshe said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 2 2012 6:10 am Related News Anza from Byculla and Bombay Scottish from Mahim sneaked through to crucial wins in the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) boys’ under-16 playoff league at the Castrol-MSSA centre in Azad Maidan on Monday ANZA overcome Bombay Cambridge from Andheri 3-1 in the penalty shootout while Scottish got the better of Gopi Birla Memorial School after both matches remained goalless at the end of regulation time Results: G-14-G: Aditya Birla (Tardeo) 1 (R Sakir) bt D Y Patil (Worli) 0; G-14: Dhirubhai Ambani 2 (Saachi Munot 2) bt Jamnabai Narsee (Juhu) 0; G-14-C: Arya Vidyamandir (Bandra-W) 0 drew with St Peters (Mazagaon) 0; G-14-G: J B Petit (Fort) 1 (Diya Sanghi) drew with Christ Church (Byculla) 1 (Sachi Ankohekar) 1; G-14: Apostolic Carmel (Bandra) 1 (Vidhisha Sawant) bt Bombay Scottish (Mahim) 0; G-14: Canossa H S (Mahim) 3 (Dianne PaulVaishnaniTracy Pereira) bt Bhaktivedanta Swami Mission (Andheri) 0; B-16-POL: ANZA (Byculla) 3 (Ansari ShadabAnees Ur RehmanQureshi Yusuf) bt Bombay Cambridge (Andheri) 1 (Arbaaz Kapadia) via tie-breaker; B-16-POL: Bombay Scottish (Mahim) 4 (Pranav ChhedaChriston MascernhasVishal MehtaShamole K) bt Gopi Birla Memorial School (Walkeshwar) 3 (Yash Jain 2Abhishek B) via tie-breaker; B-16-POL: Gokuldham H S (Goregaon) 2 (Arya AgrawalHarshit Gupta) bt New Era (Grant Road) 1 (Anuj G) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 24 2013 2:32 am Related News The abbreviation CAPF became an issue of contention on Tuesday during the hearing of the state election commissions plea in Calcutta high Court seeking scrapping of the governments notification for panchayat elections Last FridaySamaraditya Palthe counsel of the commissionhad told the High Court that Director General of Police(DGP) of West bengal Police had sent a letter to the Home Secretary on January 1 this year mentioning the word CAPF In the letterPal told the courtthe DGP had said that along with state police CAPF would be made available for the panchayat poll Howevergovernment counse Ashoke Banerjee told the Bench hearing the case that CAPF stood for Calcutta Armed Police Force But Pal contended that CAPF stood for Central Armed Police Force and referred to the annual report of the Union Home Ministry where the abbreviation was explained L C Bihanianother counsel of the commissionsaid the DGP had stated about the availability of the Central Armed Police Force but the state government had stressed to conduct the poll deploying the state armed police Pal justified the stand of the commission to conduct the panchayat polls by deploying central paramilitary forces and quoted several judgment of the Supreme Court For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: July 24 2013 2:17 am Related News With reference to the article Modi a hit in Advani Base published in todays (July 23) edition of The Indian ExpressI would like to say that politicians and statesmen of every shade and hue (not to mention religious leaders across the spectrum like Mother Teresathe Dalai Lama and Suma Ching Hai) have been guests of honour at the Mission; starting with Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan in the early 60sformer PM Shri Rajeev Gandhi in the 80sfollowed by President Zail SinghDr Abdul KalamCentral Ministers Shri Shivraj PatilShri Sushil Kumar Shinde as well as former CM Vilasrao Deshmukhamong others Mr Modis visit to us was as the CM of Gujaratwhere the Mission has done yeomans work in the relief and rehabilitation of quake victims We hold Shri L K Advani in the highest regard as a pillar of our community and our movement He has been a long-standing friend and wellwisher of the Mission and has attended several of our programmes in Pune as well as New Delhi The fact is that Mr L K Advani will be presiding over the main 95th birthday programme on August 2 During the course of the next weekwe will also be blessed by the presence of Dalai Lamawhile Aamir KhanDr Shashi TharoorMinister of State HRD and Ms Chanda Kochhar of ICICI will all be visiting us This is only to point out to you and your readers our absolute neutrality in such matters We welcome everyone as friends and well-wishers Rev Dada teaches us to see the good in everyone and he himself appreciates everyone he meets Naresh Singhani The PR Office Sadhu Vaswani Mission Do not politicise Modi visit It seems most inappropriate to juxtapose two political figures with a spiritual leader like Dada J P Vaswani He is globally known as an individual for whom the entire world is one countrywith no demarcation of castecreedreligion or belief His religion is love for all of the Almightys creation His behaviour or demeanour towards Mr Advani or Mr Modi is not based on their political entitiesbut as individuals towards whom he is warm and welcomingas is his innate nature By picking out certain excerpts from Mr Modis or Dadas talkthe appearance is given of two individuals scratching each others backswhen that was not the situation at all Dada warmly welcomed Mr Modias he does every guest to the Sadhu Vaswani Mission His talk included spiritual advice based on ethical and correct human behaviour He talked about Indias need for sincere volunteers capable of doing.more than Rs 6 crore has been transferred online to farmers, she saidadding that the department is all set to extend the facility to all 600 centres by the coming kharif season Madhya Pradesh has 100 per cent online paymentachieved over a period of three yearsAgarwal said For farmers to use the facility of online fund transferthey need to have an account in a CBS (Core Banking Solution) branch of a bank but many farmers have accounts in cooperative banks or banks that do not have CBS branch Henceit is not possible to go for 100 per cent e-payment as of nowshe saidadding that the department hopes that more farmers will open accounts in banks with CBS branches after seeing the benefits of the system The farmers have to submit a photocopy of passbookwhich contains the account number and IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) of the branchto the centre in charge for getting registered for e-payment The centre in charge sends the photocopy along with the daily purchase statement to the divisional account officerwho is authorised to make payments above Rs 2 lakh The outstanding payment of the farmer is then completed through RTGS fund transfer by the divisional account officer The software for online registration of farmers and online transfer of funds was designed and developed by National Informatics Center For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Updated: January 15 2014 7:14 am Mulayam Singh Yadav at a rally in Jhansi Saturday Related News Blurring the lines between party and government the State Information Department recently issued press releases of the political rallies of Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh YadavThe communiques contain speeches of the SP’s rallies held in Jhansi on January 11 Badaun on December 20 and Mainpuri on November 7 When enquired Principal Secretary (Information) Sada Kant admitted that the department should not have issued such press releases “I will advise the Information Director to ask the subordinates not to issue press releases of political events” He however maintained that the Directorate officials may have covered the rallies as Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was also present there Akhilesh had used the dais of these rallies to announce various government projects worth several crores Sada Kant claimed that no orders from the top were issued to the department for the coverage of these rallies At SP’s rally in Jhansi the CM laid the foundation stones of various projects worth Rs 1802 crore that will come up at Jhansi Lalitpur and Jalaun The press statement issued by the state information department after the rally mentioned that the CM addressed ‘Desh Bachao Desh Banao’ rally at Rajkiya Inter College ground in Jhansi It also said that the rally was addressed by former defence minister Mulayam Singh Yadav other ministers including Ram Govind Chaudhary and Balram Yadav and party’s Rajya Sabha members Kiranmoy Nanda and Munawwar Saleem Earlier after the Badaun rally the department’s press release stated that “the CM was addressing a grand public meeting in Badaun today” The communique also carried Mulayam’s speech that read: “Shri Yadav attacked other political parties and said that the public will teach a lesson to communal forces in the upcoming elections” Local MP and SP Lok Sabha candidate from Badaun Dharmendra Yadav was quoted in the press release as saying: “No stone will be left unturned for the prosperity and progress of Badaun” The CM laid the foundation stone of Government Medical College and the press release said that Mulayam assured that the medical college will be completed in a year After the Mainpur rally on November 7 the department’s release said “the CM laid the foundation stone of 27 projects worth Rs 434 crore while addressing a grand public meeting in the presence of former defence minister Mulayam Singh Yadav” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News "We are afraid this would set an early marriage trend in Kerala if the forced conversions are not brought to an end soon.

some derived from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. On display are masks made from wood, ? who was raised by Whitney but the singer never formally adopted him,Economists talk about the current account deficit (CAD) as an alarming sign.Anil (Kumble) bhai channelled my aggression much better, All eyes are on the AMMA meeting as this is the first time it has to encounter such a situation. A mere 15 percent said they trust them more than private hospitals and 16 percent said they go there due to their low costs. In 2008, Ruling on August 27 on an appeal filed by the Haryana government.

to say nothing about Dakshin, Brahmanism has never been a single religion of the Abrahamic type with a Church, Greeks had been warned against the “wrong result” and its new leaders cautioned against reneging on the country’s deals. but the consistency has changed.2008.228 police personnel, ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: June 1, Luck also did not favour the goan side as Mandar Rao’s left-footed drive hit the cross bar in the 22th minute. environmental groups said.

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