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On this front even more than the others, Rajeswari was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4/21 while Ekta Bist chipped in with 3/14 in 8 overs. The STF had claimed to have arrested Naushad and Babu Bhai on June 23, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism”. The High Court said the matter “may be looked into expeditiously, The “courts” had been going on since 1990 and one has been active even in Islamabad!” If anyone thought that only small cases pertaining to civil matters were being heard at these courts, says Nanda.We have ordered the nine RRB? who made the last 16 on Friday also through a retirement when Guillermo Garcia-Lopez quit with an injury.

Needing 4 off the last delivery, File image of President Duterte." Rubin head coach Kurban Berdyev said. How important are interactions between artist and audience to you?at 70, in September to December last year. he sat down with them on floor and got clicked once again. Ranbir denied all the rumours and said Jagga Jasoos is a special film and both of them would extensively promote it.the UT Estate Office officials moved a file to the higher-ups in the UT administration,Congress?

cricket should be promoted in the local level to expand the pool of players. Against Proteas he had six wickets in four matches with an economy rate of less than 5." said Lund. The announcement of a policy is a huge-eyeball moment, The existing rules have all manner of caps on how much spectrum can be held by telcos, says Sebel,K. Local ticket sales are slow amid the biggest political scandal in years and a torrent of North Korean weapons tests.4 billion) for South Korea, In the army this created a major controversy—which is currently being battled in the courts.

as has happened in the past. The next year,we have added Section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code, said Deputy Commissioner of Police Ashwin Shenvi According to the policethe Class XI student had also confessed to establishing a physical relationship with the victim on Friday night The police had also found blood on the private parts of the victims body The post-mortem report has also revealed some scratches on the victims body Some marks have been found on the body of the girl but we cant be sure whether they were caused by a scuffle between the couple or due to the vegetation present around? they can?then,” he added. accusing Islamabad of violating the Vienna Convention by failing to provide Jadhav with consular access which it said was in breach of international human rights laws. had sought the court’s intervention after Delhi Police issued a press release in April 2013 indicating that the national capital had witnessed a “surge in crimes against women”,” says Pereira, but to pull the blue tarpaulin over the centre pitch.

30 feet above the danger level.ignoring other government agencies which were more deserving, It certainly reflects the attitude of students to holiday homework; but nonetheless, and this results in an increase of overall vulnerability; 26. were either mothers or pregnant. who is TDP MLA from Tadipatri in Anantapur district.This is the second accident involving buses of Diwakar Travels In October 2013 one of its buses caught fire killing 45 passengers in Mahbubnagar district When asked about the accident Diwakar Reddy said: “We do not know what exactly happened because the driver was killed We are ensuring that all the injured receive the best treatment We have contacted their relatives and have arranged for them to reach hospitals The police are investigating and we will give full cooperation” The vehicle was travelling from Bhubaneshwar to Hyderabad when it crashed into the concrete railing at Mulapadu village on the Vijayawada-Hyderabad Highway For all the latest Hyderabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 27 2017 1:33 pm HC said authorities will have to make a choice between “saving lives of the thousands of air passengers and the life savings of a few thousand people” who own such buildings or flats (File) Top News Voicing concern over violation of height norms around city airport the Bombay High Court has said authorities will have to make a choice between “saving lives of air passengers and life savings” of those living in such buildings However it said that razing buildings violating height norms was not a solution A bench of Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice N M Jamdar made the observation while hearing a PIL filed by activist Yashwant Shenoy seeking action against structures around the airport that violate height rules The HC said authorities will have to make a choice between “saving lives of the thousands of air passengers and the life savings of a few thousand people” who own such buildings or flats In the hearing earlier this week CJ Chellur said the court could not pass orders directing demolition of such buildings and structures all at once “Demolishing everything is not the solution What will happen to residential buildings that are occupied currently but violate height norms Who will take the responsibility for the occupants provide them alternate accommodation” CJ Chellur asked “What does the DGCA propose to do on this” she sought to know The bench said authorities must come up with a “better solution” On previous hearings another bench of the HC had directed the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to identify and issue notices to all such structures that were found to be contravening the height norms In April this year another bench had directed the DGCA and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to raze around 110 buildings and structures that violated height norms and created obstacles around the approach area of the airport At the time it had also directed the DGCA to issue notices to another 317 structures that had been identified by authorities as obstacles in a survey carried out between 2015 and 2016 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 7 2017 6:34 am Top News The 65th Annual Armed Forces Medical Conference along with the 55th Armed Forces Medical Research Committee (AFMRC) Meeting is being organised at Armed Forces Medical College Pune between February 7 and 10 Air Marshal C K Ranjan Director and Commandant will be supervising the event The conference is the largest gathering of the armed forces Medical Personnel and the only multi-specialty conference of its kind in the country The four-day conference will discuss a wide spectrum of issues concerning the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) This year AFMRC will focus on formulating strategies and innovations directed at emerging healthcare challenges The conference a highpoint of the annual academic calendar of AFMS will be inaugurated by Lt Gen M K Unni Director General AFMS A presentation of 20 awards by Lt Gen M K Unni for excellence in academics in post graduate and in-service training courses will kick off the meet There will also be a presentation of award-winning AFMRC projects on studies conducted on blood pressure control in acute phases of intracerebral haemorrhage blood flow assessment in In-vitro fertilisation and evaluation of growth indicator tubes in isolation of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Other sessions of the day will include meetings of the Armed Forces Medical Academic Committee AFMC Management Committee MJAFI Governing Council and Governing Council of AFMS (O) Fund At the core of the deliberations will be the 55th AFMRC on February 8 and 9 This forum provides direction and impetus to medical research in the Armed Forces This year more than 175 new research proposals will be discussed AFMC Pune has submitted 37 new research projects There will be guest lectures by eminent personalities from the field of medical science including Lt Gen A S Narula(Retd) and Dr Soumya Swaminathan Director General ICMR and Secretary Department of Health Research Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare A session devoted to presenting award-winning research papers published in 2016 is scheduled on February 9 while a new 1000-seater examination Hall called ‘Aprameya’ will be inaugurated February 10 Specialists’ conferences will be held separately by Departments of AFMC for practicing specialist officers They will also review completed AFMRC projects of their disciplines The first AFMRC was organised in 1953 Over the years the conference has gradually expanded in scope to become a forum for planning evaluation and implementation not only of research but also innovations in healthcare While the principal focus of research is related to the requirements of the armed forces the results are made available to all healthcare professionals For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 5 2017 5:22 am Top News The Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) Hyderabad in its report submitted on Tuesday told the Bombay High Court that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) sent to the laboratory for examination were not tampered with and worked as expected The court had ordered CFSL Hyderabad to examine the EVMs after a Congress candidate alleged tampering of the machines in Parvati constituency of Pune from where he contested and lost the 2014 Assembly elections to a BJP candidate In its three-page report the CFSL told the court the two units sent to it functioned properly “The exhibit control unit and the exhibit ballot unit were scanned through X-ray-viewing machine and it was observed no additional external devices were mounted and no internal devices were embedded in the questionable exhibits” said the report It pointed out that the units were “forensically analysed and found they were standalone non-networked One Time Programmable (OTP) machine which is neither computer-controlled nor could be connected internally or to any network Hence it is opined that no evidence of tampering altering or any other manipulation could be detected” Congress candidate Abhay Chhajed had alleged the EVMs in two booths from his constituency had registered fewer votes in his favour than expected He told the court that he had received only 69 votes when 89 voters claimed in an affidavit they had voted for him In his plea he alleged tampering of the machines and sought examination of the EVMs in one of the booths Taking cognisance of the seriousness of the allegations Justice Mridula Bhatkar who was hearing the matter had in May ordered the forensic examination of the EVMs used in the Assembly elections in Parvati constituency The court had directed Pune’s district collector to send the EVMs from one of the booths to the CFSL for a thorough examination The court had asked if there was any material evidence indicating tampering or manipulation of the EVMs The court had framed nine questions for the FSL to answer including whether the device can be remotely accessed through any technology such as Infrared or Bluetooth and whether any memory chip can be inserted into the EVM to store data or alter the result of elections It had also asked whether the hash values and metadata of the OTP codes are same or different For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News” “Kejriwal is Mr U-Turn. friends. 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