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s multi-starrer comedy film Golmaal and its sequels.The SDM came and pulled it down," he said. Malik also opposed the BJP-led government’s decision to reinstate senior bureaucrat Radheyshyam Mopalwar as the Managing Director of Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). he said. The judiciary was right to force the government to consider the views of the tribals.4 per cent less contributed by real real government spending and 0. It is a challenge to bring them into the political process in a creative and constructive engagement. The Chitale committee had listed these as annexures with the report and had advised that the government must commission a detailed investigation on these, It is being directed by Shashank Udapurkar.

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senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan today said Sanjay Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were punished by Allah for "forcible" sterilization during the Emergency and ‘shilanyas’ at the disputed site in Ayodhya. 2017 4:00 am Receding forest areas with human population occupying those areas are the reason behind such cases. Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia said the comments by the BJP MP reflected that the government was not serious about the lives of the armed forces personnel. And this would require a mix of fiscal stimulus and monetary easing; the focus should no longer be on their desirability as much as the extent and kind of such accommodation.000 crore in the international market. “To come away with a silver medal is just like the best thing ever, It has become a universal phenomenon, Kulkarni says [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by RAMENDRA SINGH | Kanpur | Published: March 10 2014 2:38 am Related News Three ransacked cars and over a dozen damaged motorcycles are still outside two boys hostels of GSVM Medical College with the students refusing to get them repaired as a reminder of the alleged action by Kanpur Police following a scuffle between a group of students Samajwadi Party MLA Irfan Solanki and his supporters on February 28 While conflicting versions emerged about the clash that led junior doctors to paralyse medical services in UP for six days until Allahabad High Court and the Chief Minister intervened several students and a professor are still nursing injuries The SSP named for targeting them was transferred The injured professor is still apprehensive and fears a threat to his life Some students claimed that students involved in the violence ran away and it was the others besides some faculty members who received the brunt of police action Medicine shop owners outside the campus reopened almost a week later Some of them recalled the minor incident that escalated into the clash One of them said two students were on a motorcycle when it brushed the open door of a parked vehicle allegedly belonging to the MLA and an argument began with the MLA’s bodyguard The MLA who had gone to a medical store joined in the altercation The police and the MLA claim the students were fighting with a senior citizen and the MLA intervened leading to the tussle A senior citizen Qadir Ali held a press conference and corroborated the MLA’s version He said it was his car which the junior doctors had collided with He said they started a fight and the MLA intervened Police said students assaulted the MLA and his associates and ransacked his SUV The MLA who suffered injuries fled to Swaroop Nagar police station one kilometre away Kanpur Range DIG R K Chaturvedi said policemen at an outpost— in front of which the incident took place — were far outnumbered by the students A medicine store owner said “There was brickbatting I pulled the shutter of my shop down” Most shopkeepers refused to talk about it Students allege police led by SSP Yashaswi Yadav reached the college and assaulted faculty members trying to pacify the students A student Mohammed Tariq said students got scared “All of them ran towards hostels Police fired in the air” he alleged The students at the gate ran away and those who got hurt were mostly those either studying or sitting in their rooms “Police rampage continued for two hours” said one student Another student alleged laptops and air coolers were damaged Police arrested 24 students who were later let off DIG Chaturvedi said three FIRs were lodged against students One on the MLA’s complaint for charges including attempt to murder against unidentified students and two for rioting against a few identified and unidentified students he said The strike was called off after Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav assured FIRs against students would be revoked said Aarti Lalchandani head of Indian Medical Association’s Kanpur Chapter An FIR has also been lodged against the MLA Professor R P Sharma said he was in his office when the commotion attracted his attention He informed principal Navneet Kumar and asked guards to close the gates “When I reached the gate I found the principal and some other faculty members We pacified the students and asked them to return to their hostels Police led by SSP Yashaswi Yadav barged in The Principal and other teachers ran to their cars I was assaulted with sticks” he recalls “The SSP said I provoked students I live over 10 km away There is a threat to my life I fear I may get killed in an encounter” he said He has complained to the principal Students have uploaded photos and videos showing the injuries A student recalls the police action “All of them ran towards hostels Police fired in the air” he said The students at the gate ran away and those who got hurt were mostly those either studying or sitting in their rooms “Police rampage continued for two hours” said one student Another student alleged laptops and air coolers were damaged A student who jumped off the second floor in panic when police raided his hostel suffered a pelvic fracture He is admitted to ICU of Vedanta Hospital He and his father declined to comment “They are scared They have not talked to anyone except doctors said a doctor treating Sachin For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSonepat: U Mumba showed remarkable composure in the last five minutes as they registered a comfortable 51-41 win over Patna Pirates in the Inter Zone Challenge Week of the fifth Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) on Saturday Kashiling Adake scored 15 points while Shrikant Jadhav chipped in with 13 as U Mumba asserted their dominance over their rivals Pardeep Narwal’s heroic effort of 21 points went in vain as Patna paid the price for a lacklustre first half performance U Mumba captain Anup Kumar during the match with Patna Pirates Image courtesy: Twitter @ProKabaddi It was a close affair in the first five minutes as both teams exchanged raid and tackle points to be level at 3-3 Darshan Kadian made a successful raid in the sixth minute as U Mumba led 4-3 Monu Goyat scored a raid point for Patna Pirates in the eighth minute to level the match at 5-5 Anup Kumar scored a raid point as U Mumba led 8-5 after nine minutes U Mumba inflicted an all out in the 10 th minute to lead 11-5 U Mumba kept Patna star main Pardeep Narwal quiet for the first 10 minutes Shrikant Jadhav made a successful raid in the 12th minute as U Mumba led 14-8 Pardeep Narwal opened his account in the 15 th minute as Patna Pirates trailed 9-17 Narwal followed it up with a three more points as Patna Pirates trailed 12-18 Kashiling Adake scored a raid point as U Mumba inflicted an all out to lead 24-14 at the end of the first half The second half saw both teams trade raiding points as U Mumba led 27-19 after 22 minutes Pardeep Narwal and Monu Goyat kept collecting raid points but Patna Pirates couldn’t reduce the lead as they trailed 23-31 after 26 minutes Patna Pirates inflicted an all out in the 29th minute to cut the deficit to just two points Shrikant Jadhav settled U Mumba’s nerves as he scored with two raids as they led 38-31 after 32 minutes Darshan Kadian then scored another point as U Mumba extended their lead to 41-32 in the 34 th minuteWith less than five minutes to go Pardeep Narwal made a successful raid as Patna Pirates trailed 36-42 It was all U Mumba in the last five minutes as they scored nine point compared to Patna’s five to win the match 51-41 Pardeep Narwal ended with 21 points but his effort went in vain Haryana Steelers beat Bengaluru Bulls Haryana Steelers recorded a comfortable 38-31 win over Bengaluru Bulls in the second match of the day Prashant Kumar Rai scored 16 points to lead Steelers to another victory Bengaluru Bulls were in the match in the first half but couldn’t perform in the second half Ajay Kumar scored 13 points for Bengaluru Bulls Bengaluru Bulls made the better start in a tightly contested first half as they led 3-1 after four minutes Ajay Kumar scored a raid point in the fifth minute as Bengaluru Bulls led 4-2 Haryana Steelers scored a tackle point to level the match at 5-5 after nine minutes Ajay Kumar scored with a two-point raid as it was 7-5 in the favour of Bulls after 10 minutes Prashanth Kumar Rai came up with a super raid as Haryana Steelers led 8-7 after 11 minutes Both teams exchanged raid and tackle points to level the match at 11-11 after 15 minutes Deepak Kumar Dahiya scored three points at Haryana Steelers led 14-12 in the 17th minute Ajay Kumar made a successful raid as both teams went level at 14-14 at the end of the first half Prashanth Kumar Rai scored a raid point in the 23rd minute as Haryana Steelers led 18-16 Haryana Steelers inflicted the first all out of the match in the next minute to lead 21-17 Haryana Steelers extended their lead to seven points to lead 24-17 after 27 minutes Sunil Jaipal scored a raid point in the 29th minute as as Bulls trailed 20-25 Deepak Kumar Dahiya made a two-point raid as Haryana Steelers led 27-21 An all out was inflicted by Haryana Steelers in the next minute as they led 31-22 Ajay Kumar scored raid points in the next few minutes to get Bengaluru Bulls back in the game as they trailed 26-32 after 35 minutes Haryana Steelers didn’t relinquish their advantage in the last five minutes as they ran out comfortable winners The match ended 38-31 in the favour of Haryana Steelers With inputs from IANS Washington: The USD 400 million that the US had paid to Iran to settle an outstanding financial dispute was used as a "leverage" for release of American prisoners the State Department has said even as top Republican party leadership and its presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign claimed it was nothing but a "ransom payment" Donald Trump AP The top GOP leadership and the Trump Campaign was quick to make a political capital out of it by claiming that this was nothing but ransom payment which has finally been acknowledged by the Obama Administration "The payment of the USD 400 million was not done until after the prisoners were released I’m not disputing that" State Department Spokesman John Kirby said yesterday when asked about a Wall Street Journal report on this "We deliberately leveraged that moment to finalize these outstanding issues nearly simultaneously It’s already publicly known that we returned to Iran its USD400 million in that same time period as part of The Hague settlement agreement" he said "With concerns that Iran may renege on the prisoner release given unnecessary delays regarding persons in Iran who could not be located as well as to be quite honest mutual mistrust between Iran and the United States we of course sought to retain maximum leverage until after American citizens were released That was our top priority" Kirby said However the top GOP leadership and the Trump campaign was quick in criticising the Obama Administration alleging that the US paid ransom for release of its prisoners "We now know from the State Department announcement that President Obama lied about the USD 400 million dollars in cash that was flown to Iran He denied it was for the hostages but it was” Donald Trump the Republican presidential nominee said at an election rally in North Carolina "He said we don’t pay ransom but he did He lied about the hostages – openly and blatantly – just like he lied about Obamacare Now the Administration has put every American travelling overseas including our military personnel at greater risk of being kidnapped Hillary Clinton owns President Obama’s Iran policy one more reason she can never be allowed to be President" Trump said In a separate statement Senator John McCain said the State Department’s acknowledgment that the Obama Administration’s USD 400 million cash payment to Iran in January was contingent upon the release of American prisoners in Iran confirms what was already obvious: that the Obama Administration paid ransom to the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism and has been trying to deny it ever since Updated: April 8 2014 12:08 am His biggest miscalculation is about Russia itself The emergency over Ukraine has jolted the Russian superrich to ship even more of their wealth to the West Up to billion has left the country this year alone Russia needs to pump out high-technology goods not just oil and gas Related News BY:ROBERT SERVICE Vladimir Putin and his foreign minister are perhaps beginning to appreciate their geopolitical blunder in Crimea Russian school textbooks praise Peter the Great as an industrialiser and cultural visionary who turned his country into a European power Russia became feared but also respected by its neighbours and Peter is the official czar-hero of Russian history Vladimir V Putin himself is much more like another czar Nicholas I who stumbled into military conflict with the British and French and rejected calls for the basic reforms needed to enable Russia to compete with the world powers of the day Nicholas had a cramped perspective and arrogant personality Always attentive to the armed forces and the secret services he overlooked the broader necessity to modernise Russia’s economy and society His country paid dearly for this when his army was humbled in the Crimean War of 1853-56 Russian foreign policy under Putin displays an equally gross lack of foresight On Ukraine he made much of the threat to ethnic Russians from West Ukrainian “fascists” who were influencing political developments in Kiev It is true that Ukraine’s right-wing coalition known as the Right Sector includes some decidedly insalubrious extremists But not every partisan who waged the war of independence against the Soviet Army in the 1950s was a fascist; and by seizing the Crimean peninsula Putin has set up a classic temptation for Russian patriots to extend to the whole of Ukraine One-eighth of the Crimean population moreover consists of Tatars whom Joseph Stalin deported to Central Asia in 1944 and who were allowed to return to their native peninsula only in the late 1980s They largely abstained from voting in the recent referendum on incorporation in the Russian Federation Most are Muslims and some of their young people could now become recruits for a jihad against Russian imperialism By snatching 45 per cent of Ukrainian territory Putin has performed the unlikely feat of wrecking his own dream of forming a “Eurasian Union” under Russia’s leadership He once planned to keep President Viktor F Yanukovych as his puppet ruler in Kiev Now Yanukovych is a refugee somewhere in Russia and Ukraine’s government is strengthening cooperation with the European Union This is a disaster for Putin’s foreign policy Although he is concealing this from the public through his control of TV channels he will not be able to fool all the people all of the time His biggest miscalculation is about Russia itself The emergency over Ukraine has jolted the Russian superrich to ship even more of their wealth to the West Up to $70 billion has left the country this year alone Putin prided himself on bringing stability after the tumultuous years of Boris N Yeltsin’s rule Capital flight on this scale tells a different story The World Bank is sounding the alarm about a halving of Russia’s growth rate if Putin continues with his Ukrainian obsession Just as worrisome for the Russian president should be the phenomenon of human flight Hundreds of thousands of the brightest young Russians have packed their bags and left for Silicon Valley New York and London This has been happening since the collapse of Communism but Putin has done nothing to arrest the trend Young people leave out of exasperation with bully-boy administrators and violent entrepreneurs They want to live in a meritocracy where talent alone is what counts For the expatriates to want to go back to Russia things have to change — and this is the true test of Putin’s effectiveness as a president First elected in 2000 he has done little to clean up corruption He spectacularly punished a handful of so-called oligarchs only to redistribute their fortunes to political cronies The rule of law is feebly enforced whenever the men of power see their interests at risk Nor has Putin done enough to diversify and open up Russia’s economy For years — indeed since Mikhail S Gorbachev’s perestroika period — Russian and foreign economists have highlighted the need for the country to move beyond its reliance on the petrochemical exports Prime Minister Dmitri A Medvedev has always understood this but he lacked the authority to rectify the situation Russia needs to pump out high-technology goods not just oil and gas And the rival power it ought to keep in sight is not to the west but to the south Since the mid-1970s China’s rulers have prioritised the diversification of their economy This would be the minimal requirement to ensure Russia’s status as a Eurasian power Instead the Chinese are set to become a superpower while the Russians fall away Moscow’s opportunities to compete have always depended on cooperation with Western states with advanced technology Putin’s impulsive action in tiny Crimea has rendered this a distant prospect He has lost his place at the Group of 8 industrialised countries There was always scepticism about Putin’s good intentions in Eastern Europe; now there is outright hostility Even Germany’s reliance on Russian gas imports has not stopped Chancellor Angela Merkel from rebuking Putin The European Union is actively considering how to wean itself off dependency on Russian fuel Putin started the year with a display of Russian “soft power” at the Sochi Winter Olympics where the closing ceremony presented a country of stylish inoffensive sport and culture The very next day he sent troops to Crimea And now the World Bank suggests Russia may suffer economic recession by the end of the year The signs are that Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey V Lavrov are starting to appreciate the implications of their self-inflicted geopolitical blunder Lavrov has at least begun to talk to Secretary of State John Kerry Western powers are not going to start a second Crimean war but they have more opportunities to exert pressure on Russia than Putin imagined He would do well to consider the precedent of Czar Nicholas I Service a professor of Russian history at St Antony’s College Oxford is the author of ‘A History of Modern Russia: From Tsarism to the Twenty-First Century’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: October 23 2017 8:22 am India defeated Malaysia 2-1 in Dhaka on Sunday to clinch the Asia Cup for the first time since 2007 Top News That India are the best team in Asia is a well-established fact for quite some time A few aberrations apart India have dominated the region for a major part of the last five years and on Sunday they further reinforced this point India defeated Malaysia 2-1 in Dhaka on Sunday to clinch the Asia Cup for the first time since 2007 And in doing so the country now has the unique record of holding all continental titles simultaneously Aside from the Asia Cup India have maintained their domination at all levels by winning the Asian Games Asian Champions Trophy and under-18 Asia Cup winners India won the Asia Cup last time in 2007 in Chennai Since then they have entered the final on a couple of occasions but could not clinch the title This time though they entered the tournament as overwhelming favourites and they justified it by remaining unbeaten throughout the campaign Malaysia have been the thorn in Indian flesh for quite some time especially in big matches But on Sunday India made their intentions clear pretty early Ramandeep Singh opened the scoring with a tap-in from a close range in the third minute and Lalit Upadhyay doubled India’s advantage in the 29th to put the team in a comfortable position going into the half-time break Malaysia who were in summit clash for the first time since tournament’s inception fought valiantly and didn’t give up for a single minute Their efforts bore fruit in the 50th minute when Shahril Saabah pulled one goal back The Indians ranked sixth in the world were in for nervous last 10 minutes but the defence did enough to hold on to the lead For India’ new chief coach Marijne Sjoerd it was perfect start to his stint as the Asia Cup was his maiden tournament in charge of the senior national side The top-ranked Indians finished unbeaten in the tournament having won all their matches except for the 1-1 draw against Korea in th Super 4 stage Today’s win was India’s second victory over Malaysia in the tournament having beaten them 6-2 in the Super-4 stage For Malaysia it was their best result in the tournament They had earlier won the bronze in the 2007 edition of the event in Chennai The Indians came out all guns blazing and took the lead as early as the third minute through Ramandeep who scored from a rebound after his initial deflection from SV Sunil’s cross hit the post Chinglensana Singh’s reverse hit from close range then went wide as India wasted a golden chance It was a battle fought on even keel between the two teams as Malaysia secured their first penalty corner in the 13th minute but wasted it Harmanpreet Singh was then denied by Razie Rahim as he made a goalline save to keep out the Indian defender’s flick from India’s first penalty corner Minutes later Malaysian goalkeeper Kumar Subramaniam made double save — first kept out Akashdeep Sinh’s shot and then denied Amit Rohidas from the resultant set piece Frenetic end A minute before the half time Lalit doubled India’s lead when he beautifully deflected home Sumit’s reverse hit cross from the left flank After the change of ends Lalit and Ramandeep came tantalisingly close to extending India’s tally of goals but their shots from inside the D were off target Down by two goals the Malaysians came out all guns blazing in the fourth and final quarter in search of the equaliser and gave the Indian defence a run for their money After wasting their second penalty corner Malaysia came back into the match when Saabah scored from close range in the 50th minute as the Young Indian defence wilted under pressure for a second It was nervous last 10 minutes for the Indians as Malaysia mounted attack after attack in search of an equaliser In the form of their third penalty corner Malaysia had a golden opportunity to take the match into shoot-out but the Indian defence stood tall to maintain their slender lead With three minutes from the hooter Malaysia withdrew goalkeeper Subramaniam for an extra player but the move failed to yield desired result as the Indians managed to hold on to their lead for a famous victory Earlier in the day Pakistan won the bronze medal after edging out Korea 6-3 in the third-fourth place play-off match (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 15 2017 3:03 am The government decision to impose a extra duty on the them this diesel engine-ed cars has lost their ‘lower price’ advantage over petrol cars industry experts say Top News The National Green Tribunal (NGT) refused to lift the ban on diesel vehicles older than 10 years saying emissions from diesel vehicles were “carcinogenic” The Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises had requested the tribunal to reconsider the ban However the tribunal said the ministry had failed to prove that the use of 10-year-old vehicles is not harmful “Undisputedly the applicant (Centre) had failed to substantiate before passing of the order dated April 7 2015 that use of diesel vehicles of more than 10 years will not be detrimental to the health of people and further failed to negate statistical information that the particulate matter level in vehicular emissions consequent to diesel as fuel was scientifically proved to be carcinogenic leading to fatality and undetectable setback in health shortening the life span…” NGT chairperson Swatanter Kumar said The tribunal also referred to a report published by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) which said use of diesel in vehicles was highly toxic and carcinogenic which leads to untimely deaths “The report speaks loudly that it is the most harmful of the exhaust emissions which release particulate emission that is carcinogenic The report declares one new diesel car is equivalent to 24 petrol cars and 84 new CNG cars on road” the tribunal said The green panel refused to agree with the submission of the ministry that its order banning 10-year-old diesel vehicles and directing it to be scrapped was in violation to the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 On April 7 2015 the NGT had banned all diesel vehicles over 10 years old from plying on Delhi-NCR roads Later on July 18 and 20 2016 it had ordered deregistration of 15 to 10 years old diesel vehicles in the national capital in a phased manner It had said that diesel vehicles which are 15-years-old should be de-registered first and will not get a No Objection Certificate (NoC) for plying outside Delhi-NCR Only de-registered diesel vehicles which are less than 15-years old can get NoC for plying in select areas outside Delhi-NCR to be decided by states where vehicle density is less the NGT had said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Ever since the chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has taken over the reins of the Maharashtra he is leaving no stone unturned to send out a message that his government is different from the previous Congress-NCP government “A 100 days is a short period to evaluate the performance of a government You can only judge it by its intentions We have shown by our decisions that we are on the right track?reopening the play was not easy.30 pm while Colaba recorded 31 mm within the same period. 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