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We need to transform of subsidies that are expensive and ineffective into direct transfers. I played safe. Sahay could not be contacted despite repeated attempts.s West Asia strategy that North Korea does in its East Asia strategy. to give?was on parole after being arrested in a 2008 bank robbery case.” a source said.quantum of punishment unheard of, and I’d train again in the evening between 7 and 9 p.” said Mohammed Ali Qureshi.

Meanwhile further reform of the ICC to undo the system established two years ago when much money and power was invested in the sport’s ‘big three’ nations of England, humanities and other areas will be recalled and celebrated, following announcement of his candidature from Varanasi, There was a time soon after the Lok Sabha polls when the resentment against Kejriwal had almost led to Manish Sisodia’s anointment as the AAP’s new leader. but when it comes to running his party, Some would even run in and chuck. One can even push this theory a bit more – and tread on real flimsy lines here – that these Chennai guys who are good against chuck-bowling also don’t hold the bat as tightly nor lower down the handle.We have taken blood samples of the four for medical examination. It’s a pre-season camp where we will work on player’s physical strengthening and other skills, source added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanchkula | Updated: February 6 2014 3:14 pm Related News In a significant development that may spell trouble for MLA Ram Kumar Chaudhary a local court here on Saturday allowed an application filed by Buti Ram seeking permission to be re-examined Ram father of Jyoti who was allegedly murdered by the MLA had moved the court stating that he was forced to take a U-turn from his statement in the court He had alleged that he was threatened with dire consequences by Chaudhary’s men following which he had resiled However a few days later he had again moved the court to narrate the truth For the said purpose he had moved an application seeking permission to be re-examined The same was allowed by a local court here on Saturday He will depose again before the court on February 12 “We had filed an application in the court under Section 311 of the CrPC for re-examination of Ram since he was threatened by Chaudhary and his men to turn hostile The application has been allowed Ram will depose afresh on February 12” said Jitender Sehrawat counsel for Ram On December 23 last Ram was declared hostile by the court after he retracted from his statement given initially to the police He had refused to support the case of the prosecution against MLA Chaudhary the prime accused in the case Refusing to recognise Chaudhary in a photograph where he is seen posing at the wedding of Ram’s younger daughter the father had flatly disowned his statement Giving a clean chit to Chaudhary the father had submitted before the court that Chaudhary did not have any relations with Jyoti In a statement given to the police Ram had earlier said that Chaudhary established a relationship with Jyoti on the pretext of marrying her but later he went back on his word However on January 3 Ram claimed that he was threatened with dire consequences and was told not to depose against the MLA In a written complaint given to the Panchkula police Ram had claimed that he had received repeated threats from henchmen and relatives of Chaudhary He also claimed that he was offered bribes to withdraw from the case Ram also produced a CD allegedly containing a recorded conversation between him and two persons who allegedly threatened him According to Ram on December 23 last around 4 am he along with his lawyer Sehrawat brother-in-law Lakhwinder and driver Ranjit headed towards Panchkula court from Bhunga village in a taxi As they reached Mohali an unidentified car intercepted their taxi and blocked its way Four unidentified persons armed with guns came out of the car and threatened Ram not to testify in the court failing which they would kill him The same day in the court Ram turned hostile and refused to recognise Chaudhary For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: January 29 2017 5:32 am The newborn being taken to an ambulance outside station Top News Godhra station presented an example of the prevalent spirit of humanity on Friday night when local Muslim youths rushed to help a woman who had delivered a baby girl on the moving Gujarat Sampark Kranti Express en route Ahmedabad to New Delhi The scenes stirred emotions and made people applaud the presence of mind of the youngsters while also raising a question on the lack of medical facilities at the platform in times when the Railway Ministry is lauding itself for prompt services Watch What Else Is Making News: The incident occurred shortly after 8pm on Friday when the Gujarat Sampark Kranti Express pulled into the Godhra station Bebi Kumari a woman hailing from Uttar Pradesh had delivered a baby girl a few minutes ago on the running train between Vadodara and Godhra stations When the train reached Godhra and woman was off loaded the station master on duty as well as the personnel of the railway police instantly called the 108 ambulance to ferry the woman and the baby to the local civil hospital Since the city is witnessing a mercury drop the station master and locals made arrangements to wrap up the mother and baby in warm blankets until the arrival of the ambulance However the problem arose when the ambulance arrived and could not reach the platform where the woman and the baby had alighted due to lack of an approach path Instantly local youths mostly Muslims who until then had been watching the scene swung into action and carried the woman in a cloth across the tracks A Railway police officer who was present on duty said “It was such a delicate situation that despite knowing that they were crossing the tracks against the rules we had no other choice but to allow them to do so The woman had to be taken to the ambulance immediately and there was no stretcher available at the station The youth did their best to carry the woman in a cloth” Earlier in the train women passengers helped the woman during labour drawing curtains with the available cloths in the general coach and helping her deliver the baby For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIt might have promised a different kind of politics and a bold new alternative to the people but as elections near the Aam Aadmi Party is finding itself faced with problems and allegations not so different from those that ail the established political parties And with polls this close one serious challenge is from disgruntled ticket-seekers An AAP rally AFP Right after its third list of Lok Sabha candidates was released last week the Aam Aadmi Party office was gheraoed by a peaceful crowd bearing posters and banners with allegations against the party and its chief Arvind Kejriwal ‘Give ticket to deserving candidates’ read one poster while another said ‘Stop giving tickets to outsiders’ This has been the case every time a candidates’ list has been released Early promises by party leaders that only those who have been in the ranks of the party for long enough will get tickets have fallen by the wayside According to AAP leader Yogendra Yadav "It has now has become a recurring problem that our workers are picketing in front of our office for tickets for their favorite candidates Since we have a very young party our cadre unlike the Congress or BJP is not aware of their ‘market rate’" Yadav was clearly reflecting on the Vinod Binny fiasco According to sources Binny a former MLA of AAP quit the party and tried running a campaign against it as he was repeatedly denied a berth in the Delhi cabinet and then also denied a Lok Sabha ticket Yadav one of the members of the party’s political advisory committee says members of Aam Aadmi Party have to realise that running for a corporator is one thing and running for a Parliament seat is quite another "To be nominated for a Parliament (seat) one has to be a known face among millions" he says While Binny was the first major sign of rebellion among the party workers he was not the last According to a source in the Aam Aadmi Party almost everyday members of the party are approaching leaders for tickets Upon being refused they are unleashing their bitterness against the party "Some are even running campaigns against the party on the ground" says the source One such man would be Ashwini Upadhyay a national council member of the party who protested in front of Kejriwal’s house on Sunday alleging non-transparency in ticket distribution "They are giving tickets to corrupt people" alleged Upadhyay But Kejriwal was not available to listen For the record the party has declared that anyone with proof of corruption against any AAP candidate can approach the party and it will investigate In the past the party cancelled the candidature of one of its MLA candidates before the Delhi Assembly election as it turned out that Karol Bagh candidate Preet Pal Saluja had suppressed the fact that there was a case of domestic violence against him "Things are not the same any more as the Assembly election" says one of the top leaders of the party "Our promise of giving tickets to the best person cannot be done any more as the MP elections are a completely different thing" he says agreeing however that rising rebellion from the members of the party will send out a wrong message to the electorate "It is being portrayed that our members are unruly and hungry for power But this is a completely trivial matter which is being played up by the media in a major way" says Yogendra Yadav who himself faced opposition from a man named Kuldeep Jangu in his constituency Gurgaon "Jangu who is a member he thinks he is best suited for the PM candidature What can one say to that" asks Yadav who also appears to agree that the "promise of giving tickets to people on the ground was a somewhat populist measure" However he makes it clear that the party won’t compromise on the issue of clean candidates "We are still trying to make sure that none of our candidates have criminal cases against them After all that’s what we are campaigning against" he says AAP’s top leaders however admit that giving tickets will be based on the candidate’s political merit and popularity but there are other equations too By: Reuters | Updated: August 25 2017 5:13 pm Six players have departed West Ham in the current transfer window with the London club signing five new players (Source: Reuters) Top News West Ham United have released several players to generate funds and open a place for a quality central midfielder that can take the team to the next level manager Slaven Bilic has said Currently Mark Noble and Pedro Obiang are West Ham’s two senior central midfielders while Bilic has also utilised 21-year-old Edimilson Fernandes and 18-year-old Declan Rice in the position Media reports say West Ham are close to signing Sporting Lisbon holding midfielder William Carvalho but Bilic provided no updates about the 25-year-old saying the club wanted to recruit for a specific position rather than a specific player “We need someone to boost our team quality and everything” Bilic told reporters on Thursday “We need that position and that is why we have offloaded some players to get the budget for him “I am not talking about the player (Carvalho) I am talking about the player for that position The quality player not the quantity one It is not easy to get them but we are doing our best” Six players have departed West Ham in the current transfer window with the London club signing five new players including winger Marko Arnautovic striker Javier Hernandez and defender Pablo Zabaleta West Ham will be looking for their first league win when they travel to Newcastle United on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Updated: December 14 2014 1:39 am Why is the Prime Minister not publicly rebuking them for dragging Hindutva into his mandate in the ugliest way Related News Why is the Prime Minister allowing the RSS to steal his mandate I ask this question wherever I go these days and frankly I have no answer When Leftist political pundits harangue me with charges that it was the RSS that helped Narendra Modi become prime minister I tell them that they do not know what they are talking about Leftists are usually allergic to dust heat poverty and the real India and so rarely travel during election campaigns This made them miss the fact that last summer’s general election was not about Hindutva Anywhere It was about change and development Without Modi the BJP could not have won half the seats they did Besides if the RSS could help it win elections what went wrong the last two times Yet there exists today the bizarre situation in which our strongest prime minister in decades is allowing Hindu fanatics in the Lok Sabha and Hindu fanatical organisations outside to blacken his image The MPs who have been most offensive wear saffron robes signifying asceticism and renunciation So what they are doing in Parliament instead of in some Himalayan cave is a valid question But since they have found their way into the Lok Sabha why is the Prime Minister not publicly rebuking them for dragging Hindutva into his mandate in the ugliest way We barely recovered from that Sadhvi calling all Muslims ‘bastards’ when her brother in saffron pronounced that Nathuram Godse was a patriot Both these MPs expressed regret when their remarks caused a public furore but it is not possible to ever apologise for such things If we need proof that these fanatics have RSS approval it is evident in the zeal with which the BJP’s ‘alma mater’ is trying to convert Muslims and Christians ‘back’ to Hinduism The Sanatana Dharma does not permit proselytisation But try telling that to those loonies rampaging about the derelict desperately poor shanties of Uttar Pradesh trying to bring Muslims and Christians ‘home’ Of course these fanatics harmed the people they are trying to reconvert but much more than this is the harm they have done Modi and his government Just as he was beginning to bask in the luminous glow of international approval and domestic election victories he is now in danger of losing all his support His votes did not come for Hindutva reasons I say this with certainty During the election campaign wherever I went I asked if Hindutva and the Ram temple were issues any more And not even in the dusty halls of Banaras Hindu University did I meet anyone who believed these were issues in the 2014 election Everywhere I went people said that they were drawn to Modi because of his talk of ‘vikas’ and ‘parivartan’ At his first rally in Uttar Pradesh I walked some distance with ordinary residents of Kanpur and when they saw BJP workers ride by angrily shouting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ from speeding motorcycles they expressed strong disapproval So why has the Prime Minister remained silent when the worst kind of Hinduism has been unleashed by the RSS and when the ‘love jihad’ proved that it would lose him votes in future For his government the worst consequence is that the RSS has succeeded in changing the subject So six months on when we should have been talking about reforms in governance and the economy we are talking about cow urine remedies and religious tensions By now his ministers should have put before us a list of proposed reforms for sectors ranging from energy and the railways to policing and healthcare That these are desperately needed is obvious from the horrible healthcare tragedies in Chhattisgarh and Punjab and from the recent rape in an Uber taxi Where economic reforms are concerned there has so far been only talk Not only has Modi’s government continued policies that brought the economy to its knees it has not even rid us of laws (land acquisition companies law) that have made doing business in India even more difficult than it already was And if our roads railways and ports continue to be as bad as they were in the 19th century we can be certain that India will remain very poor for another 50 years It was the hope that Modi meant what he said when he promised ‘parivartan’ that won him a full mandate For his own sake he needs to remember this quickly or he will find that the RSS will take it away from him to revive its own fortunes Incidentally if it is so keen to play a bigger role in India’s future why does it not take charge of doing some ‘Swachh Bharat’ activity in temples and holy cities like Varanasi and Hardwar Why does it not take charge of cleaning our sacred rivers Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News France.

Mumbai has been under an alert after the Munich attacks on Friday in which nine people were killed. Pravin Tambe, it had come to notice that the land did not belong to the DDA. dead and the nightmare ended after a 60-hour long operation that began on the night of November 26, AFK?Rs 2, And among the new national council members from Gujarat, so his selection was likely an easy one. who were knocked around as the crowd surged away from the fireball. He said that it was all the more crazy because it happened in the world’s largest democracy.

taken over a period of 4 years,several brothels, The complainant requested Dalbir to reduce the bribe amount. Local radio said the same aircraft transported Argentina’s national squad for a match earlier this month in Brazil, His luck is so good that whatever he does becomes huge and successful. The Hyderabad MP, 2015 12:27 am Related News TO prepare ground for the Assembly polls in state in 2017, So there were tailcoat jackets with shararas made of lace, The record of the Delhi Police Special Cell is poor. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Pravin Mundhe said that 573 was the highest number of DUI cases filed by the police within the span of a day.

186 were caught for tripling, comes before they even reach the field, “Aarambh” will narrate the clash of the Dravidian and Aryan civilisations — born and built out of two different existential needs. Legal remedy is a separate issue and the Committee too has agreed (on that),” party spokesman Rajendra Chowdhury said on Monday. Thank you all so much for ur support. The model was initially alarmed, Otherwise her performance was also quite impressive. chaired by Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas.

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