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locals said.An infant and seven women lost their lives in the incident According to those who lived in the Siddhi SaiCooperative Housing Society the pillars of the building weakened due to therenovation of a nursing home on the building’s ground floor? The BMC has also submitted an affidavit in the Bombay High Court regarding these buildings.

Senior inspector I S Patil of Khalapur police said ?‘Clint’s important to us’, The direction was given by Justices S B Shukre and S C Dharmadhikari on a petition filed by Padmini Raje-Mohite, The Bill was brought after a number of strikes in sectors such as health care in recent times. I have asked the police to be alert. “His pedigree, started corresponding with officials so that his son could be appointed as a police constable.when questioned if the university would consider returning the money,which he picked up during the Asia Cup and forced him to miss the last two matches of the World T20 in India. Bist peered at us through his thick spectacles.

West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh have already taken this decision, a press release stated Public and private practice act as contradictory interests for such doctors where public services suffer as doctors tend to lean towards private practice Many a timedoctors send patients from public hospitals to private hospitals In the absence of strict implementation of rules and monitoring mechanismsmany doctors set up their own private practice This has a very negative effect on public healthcarethe release added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandip G | Port Of Spain | Updated: August 18 2016 11:08 am R Ashwin is just 8 wickets shy of becoming the fastest Indian to the 200-wicket milestone (Source: AP) Top News Ronald Faria the curator is sitting on the mower in the centre of the massively structured Queen’s Park Oval stadium The outfield is lustrously green moist and well watered It’s been an unfussy day for Faria and his groundstaff “You know it’s a dead rubber so there aren’t too many anxious people asking me how the pitch would behave” he says There hasn’t been any frantic queries from the home team about the track The nature of the pitch won’t concern the West Indies too much for irrespective of the behaviour of the surface they have found new means to implode so much so that a 3-0 series win is up for grabs for Virat Kohli and his men It’s the rain that keeps Faria preoccupied than the men The incessant showers leading up to the match has kept him and his staff on their toes or rather on the mower “We had it this morning and we don’t know if we are getting the sun Maybe before 5 o’ clock this evening we will have rain again So you have to put the water when you want You can’t just put water and leave it there” he says The looming tropical hills behind give the stadium a postcard-like feel while the bustle inside and around it furnishes an intimacy that several new stadiums here are so terribly bereft of Ronald a former left-handed opener who had plied his trade in the 70s So he says he is a “batsman’s groundsman” “I don’t fix no wicket to help the bowler if the bowler is good and gets a wicket then good But I don’t put no wicket on which the bowler will kill the batsmen” he says assuring the strip will aid stroke-makers on the first few days before it starts turning from the fourth day “But there will be bounce and turn” he forewarns His words will please Ashwin eight wickets shy of becoming the fastest Indian to the 200-wicket milestone The honours board inside the Queen’s Park Club will give you goosebumps Three from India’s famed spin quartet have their names inscribed on it BS Chandrasekhar’s 6 for 120 in 1976 a match more famous for India’s epic run chase Bishan Singh Bedi’s 5 for 82 in the previous Test of the same series and S Venkataraghavan’s 5 for 95 in the tour of 1971 There is also twin entries of the veritable leg-spinner Subash Gupte-7 for 162 and 5 for 107 both achieved in India’s maiden expedition to the Caribbean in 1952 Another attestation of the Oval surface’s conduciveness to the spinners is that Lance Gibbs and Inshan Ali are among the top 10 wicket-takers on this ground-Gibbs the finest spinner from these islands has taken 52 wickets from 13 matches while Ali has 29 scalps from 7 matches It’s just not the past deeds of his tribe of spinners or the words of the curator that would please Ashwin; his current form must give him confidence He is in such fine rhythm and “mind space” to use his skipper’s favourite phrase that he has taken the nature of the surface out of the equation He has prised out most of his 16 wickets with delectable drift and flight In fact none of his bounties had come off typical spinning tracks The surface in North Sound was sluggish Hence even if the surface did spin it’s slowness of the surface have batsmen ample time to gauge the turn Sabina Park had bounce but little spin Queen’s Park Oval promises both spin and bounce in which case facing Ashwin could be a torment It would be interesting to note whether Amit Mishra gets a call The leggie hasn’t bowled badly this series but at times he was unlucky and at times the surfaces were too slow it rendered him impotent But Oval has all the ingredients for Mishra to prosper There is a network of fine cracks on the surface which Ronald assures will not widen unduly in a way that will create uneven bounce to any great extent “It’s mighty hard” he says thudding the surface a few times with his fists “I want a hard wicket We will be passing the cutter on the pitch again And on the morning (of the match) we’ll do that again The surface won’t crack until the fourth or fifth day Within the first three days I won’t have to do anything on No footmarks to fix and all that” he emphasises There is a spattering of dry brown unevenly cut grass on the track The colour Faria says is because of the rolling when mud was mixed with the grass “It’s all live grass This was started a week or so ago and it’ll be cleaned out before the match The surface will produce a result for sure If you look at the previous matches Queen’s Park Oval has produced results more often than not” It’s not a loose claim Since 1993 15 off the 18 matches here have produced a result It’s not given to high scores either Apart from the drawn Test between England and West Indies in 2009 no team has scored in excess of 500 in the last 10 years History is within the grasp of Kohli To become the first Indian skipper to win three Tests in a single overseas series would be an achievement regardless of the opposition And what historic arena for him and Ashwin to accomplish their milestones than the magisterial Queen’s Park Oval For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Updated: March 29 2016 2:07 am Muslims at a Jamiat-e-ulema-e-Hind meet in Godhra on Sunday Bhupendra Rana Related News Around two lakh Muslims gathered at a Jamiat Ulema-I-Hind conference in Godhra where prominent community leaders and social activist Swami Agnivesh spoke about the growing “insecurity” in the country and also rejected the “need for a certificate” of nationalism amid raging political debate over the issue of “Bharat mata ki jai” The conference was held Sunday evening in presence of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind general secretary Maulana Mahmood Madani who avoided any direct reference to the “Bharat mata ki jai” issue but said Muslims in the country are Indians “by choice” as he mentioned the partition and creation of Pakistan in 1947 “We are partakers in this country’s struggles but we are treated like tenants This is our country and our land We have given lives for the freedom struggle and now they are demanding our sacrifice again” he told the gathering Earlier he told reporters “One community is particularly feeling insecure When such a feeling is born in the minds of the people – even if it does not exist in reality – it leads to hopelessness which is not a good thing Similarly communalism creates a bad atmosphere So we thought that there was a need to awaken people and raise real issues” Share This Article Related Article Madani also condemned acts of terrorism and said “Terrorists are spreading terror in the name of Islam It is haram to even hurt people’s feelings” On the community’s demand for reservation benefits Madani said “Reservation will not change anything We should have the thirst to earn the knowledge… It is time for the Muslim youth to change I see even today a young Muslim wakes up when the rest of the world has worked hard for half of the day Changing the government will not change the situation If you want to change the situation we have to change our aspirations and our character” Other speakers especially Agnivesh launched a scathing attack on the BJP-led central government and spoke about a “sinister design” to break the society for political gains “They (BJP and RSS) want to give us a certificate based on whether we say Bharat mata ki jai or not Why should we chant Bharat mata ki jai What is the jai that you are saying (Vijay) Mallya ki jai A liquor trader who has duped the country of thousands of crores and decamped What were Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Prime Minister Narendra Modi thinking when they knew that the Kingfisher trader has Rs 9000 crore bank loan Why hasn’t he been charged with sedition and called anti-national You book a JNU student leader Kanhaiya for sedition What is happening in this country” Agnivesh said He also spoke on the Sabarmati train burning incident in Godhra which had triggered communal riots in several parts of Gujarat in 2002 “The committee of retired judges headed by Justice B R Krishna Iyer stated that the fire was not from outside Those who conspired to execute this tragedy (riots) should be booked” he said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 17 2013 4:31 am Related News The most buzzing market of Ludhiana known for its night lifeSarabha Nagaron Thursday celebrated the Independence Day in the most unique way The market association for the first time invited the kin of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabhathe martyr who laid down his life at age of 19 as leader of Ghadar Partyand honoured them The kin were aware of a market named after the martyr but had never visited it It was for the first time that the family was called and honoured Those who were honoured were Narsher Singh86nephew (Sarabhas brothers son); nephews daughter-in- law Jaswinder Kaur and Kaurs son Dalvir Singh These three are the only alive members of Sarabhas family We went to invite them at their home in Mohali as their ancestral home at Sarabha village of Ludhiana is now a government property We are highly obliged that they agreed and visited market for the first time?the Maharashtra government took the decision to hike the non-practicing allowance of all doctors in government service to 35 per cent of the salary as per the Sixth Pay Commission. and uplift the overall quality of life for locals. “If something (acting offer) interesting comes up, response to the charges against Gadkari misses the point completely.at a time the urban demand supply gap for housing is put at about 19 million by the same study. After this year’s rains, a resident. Angelique defeated Ana Konjuh to move into the semis.As per the new guidelines.

The only area of concern has been our inconsistent batting, The show tweeted out a picture of Styles’ new piece, Nehra’s chances of making the Indian team, Running Shaadi features a fresh pairing of Amit Sadh and Taapsee.however, Following a close start where Rishika and Saee shared the first two games, Vijit Manaktala told Indian Express Online, Then we thought of starting a website through which all the leading salons and nail art studios in the capital can be accessed and booked without wasting your time. who is also the co-founder of Blue Frog — a state of the art live performance venue with its presence in Mumbai and Pune, “I’ve always been fascinated by music from other cultures.

who lived with his family in the Sunlight Colony area.6 2.but left last month due to some personal reasons." the goalkeeper added. The study,000 square metres to obtain completion certificates. was flagged off from Gangtok on June 18 against the backdrop of a new era of cooperation between India and China.s promise to introduce drip-irrigation technology from Israel. but two of the 12 coaches could be reserved for women apart from the fact that entire rake would be vestibule connected. Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) of the Central Railway A K Singh said no date has been fixed yet for its trials and eventual deployment.

This is what happened during the two bruising encounters in 1962.but I will not quit under any circumstances, said Bhattarai during the meeting of the constitutional committee recently His I wont quit message came a week after he warned through a nationwide televised programme that hundreds and thousands would perish if any obstruction was posed to the peace and the constitution-making process Bhattarai is trying to assert his indispensability for the success of the twin processes with the fear of a bloodbath But his inability to take the processes in the desired directionat the desired pacehas cost him his credibilityat home and abroad Prachanda and Bhattarais clever move to secure a positive certificate from the UN secretary generalas in the pastdoes not seem to be working And Germanya distant playerseems to have taken the lead in handing out a message that the acceptance of Maoists as a pro-peace and democracy party will depend on their actionsnot what they say any more [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York | Published: August 29 2017 3:17 pm Bernard Tomic was returning to tournament play for the first time since his first round loss at Wimbledon (Source: AP) Top News Australian Bernard Tomic admitted he is “not the smartest person in the world” after exiting the US Open in the first round on Monday with a 3-6 6-3 6-4 6-4 defeat to Gilles Muller that could send him tumbling out of the top 150 Tomic was returning to tournament play for the first time since his first round loss at Wimbledon in July after which he said he was bored with tennis and had played at 50 percent for much of his career The 24-year-old started brightly by taking the first set off the 19th seed on Monday but his lack of match fitness told as despite frequent treatment from the trainer he lost the next three to bow out at the first hurdle in a third straight grand slam Having already plummeted from 39 to 146 in the rankings since Wimbledon Tomic now faces the very real prospect of being forced to request a wild card from Tennis Australia for his home grand slam in Melbourne in January In typically candid comments afterwards Tomic said he had his motivation back after his break but still felt “trapped” in the sport he has played fulltime since he was a child given his lack of other options to fund his lifestyle “I mean it’s tough Everyone has their own work their own job and it’s not like I can go and start real estate or something restaurants I’ve got no idea about that” he told the Australian Associated Press “Yes I can afford to do those things but I’ve got no idea My job’s only to play tennis and it’s all I know I’m not going to finish a doctor’s degree I’m not the smartest person in the world” Tomic’s failure to fulfil his huge potential has been a matter of great frustration to his compatriots and his US Open appearances have featured almost as many controversies as memorable victories He bowed out in first round last year after a foul-mouthed rant at a heckler in the crowd and was given the unflattering nickname of “Tomic the Tank Engine” after his second round capitulation against Andy Roddick in 2012 Tennis Australia head of performance Wally Masur warned him pre-tournament to be prepared for the grind of the minor tours if he fails to win a match at the US Open Tomic though reminded journalists he had battled back from a similarly low ranking after double hip surgery in 2014 “It’s no sort of threat for me” he added “I’ve been in this position before and I managed to turn it around quickly “It’s about being healthy the next six months to a year” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Zurich | Published: July 3 2017 5:56 pm The World Cup has always been hosted in a single country over a month-long period except in 2002 (Source: File) Top News A packed crowd watches two teams battle it in a World Cup match on a rainy evening at London’s Wembley stadium Yet the action is really happening on a balmy night in Marrakech It sounds like science fiction yet sports marketing guru Patrick Nally says that with technology advancing it will soon be reality Nally widely credited with creating the global cash cow the sport has become says that soccer’s governing body FIFA needs to react and radically alter what he says is as an outdated World Cup hosting model The World Cup has always been hosted in a single country over a month-long period except in 2002 when it was shared between Japan and South Korea Hundreds of thousands of fans flock to the host nation turning it into a logistical nightmare although more watch matches on huge open air screens at so-called “fan fests” than in the stadiums themselves Like many critics Nally says the bidding process is open to horse-trading – as laid bare by the so-called Garcia report published by FIFA last week into race to host the 2018 and 2022 tournaments won by Russia and Qatar respectively Nally said that despite changes to the bidding process which will now allow FIFA’s 211-member Congress to choose the hosts rather than the executive committee the system was still far from perfect “One assumes that national federations who will bid in the future will be looking at all sorts of ways to influence the outcome” he said “I don’t think the culture could be changed overnight” “Who’s World Cup is this It’s the fans’ World Cup it’s not FIFA’s World Cup” he added “Technology allows the event to be staged very differently way in a far less politically manipulated way” Nally said the key would be new technology which would allow holographic images of matches to be beamed into stadiums around the world “If I am in Wembley I will be looking at the Wembley pitch and I will be seeing live what is going on at a pitch somewhere else in the world” he said “Technology reproduces it in such a way you would not know that it’s not before your very eyes” “You can show every game in stadiums in every one of FIFA’s 211 member nations You don’t necessarily need to put the World Cup all in one country” Nally who brokered FIFA’s first major sponsorship deal — with Coca Cola — ahead of the 1978 World Cup worked as a consultant on Japan’s bid to host the 2022 World Cup which included a proposal to broadcast holographic images of matches live to 400 stadiums around the world He now believes matches can be played around the globe provided they are co-ordinated so that teams did not have to travel thousands of kilometres across time zones between games His proposal is similar to Euro 2020 which will be played in 13 cities across the continent although European soccer’s governing body UEFA has said it will be a one-off “(Euro 2020) is going to be an interesting experiment because” said Nally who has long since disassociated himself from FIFA “It’s a small step in the direction I’m proposing” Nally said he would like fans and players to be given a say in choosing hosts cities – though he admitted it was a long shot “It would be nice to think they could but I don’t know the structure that would allow them to do this” he said “The only way it could be done is through national associations — and they don’t necessarily listen to their fans” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Johnson T A | Bangalore | Published: June 15 2015 5:04 am Though the family denies it the Nikhil is tipped to enter electoral politics sooner or later Related News After hovering on the fringes of politics former prime minister H D Deve Gowda’s grandson and former Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy’s son Nikhil Gowda 27 is set to make his film debut with a Kannada movie titled ‘Jaguar’ The film with a budget of around Rs 15 crore will be produced by Kumaraswamy who made the big announcement of launching his son under the family banner Chennambika Films “I am not using films as a foundation to launch the political career of my son He will not be a hero in a few films and use his popularity to enter politics Our family has seen enough politics People complain of dynastic politics we do not consider politics as our private property’’ Kumaraswamy said The film will contain a “good social message’’ he added Share This Article Related Article ‘Jaguar’ based on a story written by well-known Telugu film writer Vijayendra Prasad will be made in Kannada and Telugu It will be directed by Telugu director Mahadev and will go on the floor on August 2 “There have been rumours that the film is being made at a cost of Rs 60 crore I have been involved with films and know the economics of filmmaking It will be completed in about Rs 10 to 15 crore’’ Kumaraswamy who has produced hits like the 2003 film Chandra Chakori said Nikhil Gowda who is Kumaraswamy’s son from his marriage to former MLA Anita Kumaraswamy is a college drop out He is known for his interest in cars and infamous for his involvement in a brawl at a restaurant in Bangalore in 2006 when Kumaraswamy was the CM Though the family denies it the Nikhil is tipped to enter electoral politics sooner or later For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 1 2016 5:02 pm Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Gogi is put under immense pressure due to the expectations set fro his board exams Related News The cast of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah aka the entire Gokuldham society is waiting with bated breath for Gogi (Samay Shah) to get done with his 10th board exams Gogi who is prepared for the exams is under pressure to perform well to join Tapu Sena in MK Gandhi College making it important for him to score more than 80 percent As the date for Gogi’s exams approach the entire society pays his a visit to wish him luck They also get him gifts like pens writing board etc asking him to study well Gogi who is put under immense pressure due to the expectations set for him and also the impending exams decides to not appear for the exams The thought of not performing well and living upto the expectations of everyone scares him Gurucharan Singh who plays Mr Sodhi in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah said “In the show Gogi informs his parents that he does not want to appear for his board exams We try to do our best to convince him to change his decision In reality too children nowadays are under tremendous pressure to perform well academically and this somewhere takes a toll on them As parents it is our responsibility to understand them better and counsel them wherever the need arises Now we just have to wait and watch if Gogi comes out of his shell and gets convinced” A special episode of SAB TV’s Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah will be telecasted on Saturday April 2 showing the same For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Mumbai | Published: February 12 2016 2:28 am Related News THE state has identified new criteria for selecting donors and recipients of heart transplants to ensure a higher success rate and smooth coordination among hospitals At a meeting held on February 9 the state heart transplant committee has defined a new set of guidelines for heart transplants The committee has Dr Anvay Mulay cardiovascular surgeon at Mumbai’s Fortis hospital as chairman and Dr Manoj Agny cardiac and transplant surgeon at Jaslok hospital Mumbai as co-chairman In Maharashtra a total of six heart transplants have been conducted so far “The goal of transplantation is to improve the quality of life The committee members had studied the entire issue and prepared a final draft of the revised guidelines that define an organ allocation system” Dr Gauri Rathod assistant director Human Organ Transplant Cell Directorate of Health Maharashtra told The Indian Express Share This Article Related Article The guidelines on how to allocate organs of the donor and identifying the really critical end-stage heart failure patients have been prepared in keeping with the framework set up by the United Network for Organ Sharing (USA) a non-profit organisation that brings together hundreds of transplant and organ procurement professionals Among the suggested criteria for a cardiac donor is the age limit The donor should be up to 55 years that could be extended to 65 years in selected cases Dr Agny co-chairman of the committee told The Indian Express Some of the other criteria for selecting a donor’s heart includes the patient’s health condition — he or she should not have had a prolonged cardiac arrest severe hypotension severe chest trauma with cardiac injury or any pre-existing cardiac disease Tests to check the donor’s past medical history and physical examination along with electrocardiogram and other laboratory tests need to be performed as part of the evaluation of the heart The person set to receive the heart has to be necessarily an “end-stage heart failure” patient To be precise only a patient with a heart functioning less than 25 per cent has been identified to receive a heart transplant Patients who have had systolic heart failure (as defined by ejection fraction< 35%) ischemic heart disease with intractable angina and who have had ineffective maximal tolerated medical therapy are considered for the heart transplant There are also other conditions like “intractable arrhythmia” which have also been defined as part of the new guidelines on who should receive a donated heart “Patients with cancers that have been in remission for five years and cancers that are low grade such as prostate may be acceptable for transplant” said Dr Anvay Mulay In the USA he said as many as 2500 heart transplants were done every year while another 4200 were on the waiting list “But in India we need a proper system of identifying which are the really critical patients and whose heart can be selected from among the brain stem deaths” he said At present there are five hospitals — Jaslok Fortis Kokilaben Ambani Jupiter and Asian Heart (all in Mumbai) — which are conducting heart transplants “We have also set guidelines to advise the hospitals to allow a donor organ for a patient with supra urgent needs There are 14 patients on the waiting list for a heart” said Dr Agny For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 9 2016 7:52 pm Hrithik Roshan’s favourite part in Mohenjo Daro is the climax scene Top News Actor Hrithik Roshan says the action directors of “Mohenjo Daro” have pushed the envelope and churned out some “mind blowing action sequences” And his favourite is the film’s climax scene Written produced and directed by filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker the epic adventure-romance is set in the city of Mohenjo Daro in the era of the Indus Valley civilisation which dates back to 2600 BC Produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Sunita Gowariker “Mohenjo Daro” is slated to release on August 12 “The action directors have pushed the envelope in choreographing some mind-blowing action sequences for the film” Hrithik said in a statement He added: “We have worked really hard on them Risks and injuries are a part of it but when you see the final outcome you feel it was all worth it The climax sequence is particularly my favourite” The film’s trailer also gives a sneak peak into the same There are four sequences where the action takes place in full force including the fight with a crocodile For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 30 2016 10:39 am Actress Genna Davis says she was in awe of her ‘Thelma & Louise’ co-star Susan Sarandon when she first met her(Source:Reuters) Related News Actress Genna Davis says she was in awe of her ‘Thelma & Louise’ co-star Susan Sarandon when she first met her Davis was surprised to see that the actress always spoke her mind reported Female First Recalling their first meeting with director Ridley Scott Davis said Sarandon quickly explained the script changes she wanted “An eye-opening moment in my life a very defining moment was the first time I met Susan Sarandon We were going to meet just Ridley and Susan and I to go through the script and see if we had any thoughts or ideas “So I meet Susan and she was amazing We sit down to go through the script I swear I think it was page one– she says ‘So my first line I don’t think we need that line Or we could put it on page two Cut this …’ And I was just like … My jaw was to the ground Because she was just saying what she thought, WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News, as per information received from BCCI today, sadak, millers said they will explore legal options against the sugar commissioner’s orders.Fry." he disclosed.