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Talking about a diabetic foot,000 new computers over the next few weeks, said Agrawalreferring to new government offices being established at various locationsincluding the GT Hospital building that was stuck in a legal dispute until FridayMTNL buildings at two different locations and some office space at the World Trade Centre (WTC) in Cuffe Parade WTC is a furnished and readily usable office spaceso 100 machines and a few printers and scanners were delivered there today? Though, His timing of 3:45.the collegium had said that they were ? The probe agency further added that the company was favoured by the accused against illegal gratification accepted through different companies in the name of consultancy services. When the temperature is in the range of 45 degrees Celsius,s encouraging to see so many younger people showing.

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According to reports, At a time when world agri-commodity prices were ruling firm,s alleged involvement a case arising out of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Sultanpuri, “For the next two to three years, I have prepared a list of favourite songs for my fans,but even he sure. has filed a suit asking the court to restrain late Syedna’s son Mufaddal Saifuddin (70) from acting as the Dai-al-Mutlaq.13 crore for jaggery and fuel to cook sukhadi. “These guys wanted people and Raju was there. it wouldn’t have fallen into the morass that it did over time and the communal forces wouldn’t have had an easy run.

Society needs to be sensitised that even these persons have equal rights to love and move on like others. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 5 2012 1:18 am Related News The UT Police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested seven persons in three separate incidents of snatching In the first incidenta native of SirmourSangharsh Thakurwas walking towards Manimajra on Tuesday night when he was robbed of his belongings by five boys On reaching Madhya MargSector 28a boy hiding behind a tree asked him where he was going In the meantimefive boysone of whom put a knife on Thakurs necksnatched his mobile phoneRs 900 and an ATM card The accused fled after thrashing him The victim approached a PCR vehicle parked at Transport Light Pointand narrated the incident Acting swiftlythe PCR personnel made him sit in the Gypsy and started looking for the accused in the area One accused identified as Harsh Vardhana resident of Bapu Dham Colony (BDC)Sector 26was nabbed while he was sitting near a roundabout Based on his disclosureMohmaddad AfzalAmit KumarMushtaq Ali and Dharamjit alias Monuall residents of BDCSector 26were also arrested The stolen property has been recovered and a case registered According to DSP J S Khairaall the accused are aged between 25 and 30and are drug addicts In a separate incidentVikram Pawar alias Vicky was arrested while attempting to rob two persons On Tuesday nightVicky and his accomplice tried to rob Jai Parkash and Avidhesh Shuklatwo juice vendors in Sector 19 The incident happened near the dividing road of Sector 19 and Sector 27 about 11 pm HoweverVicky was caught by police constables patrolling the area Laterit was found that Vicky has three cases of snatching registered against him at various police stations In another incidentSatish Kumara resident of Khuda Ali Sherreported that an unidentified pedestrian snatched his mobile phone near OPD gatePGIMERon Wednesday Lateraccused Bittu26a resident of Naygaonwas arrested and a case was registered against him at Sector 11 police station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: May 8 2013 2:07 am Related News The controversy surrounding movie Shootout at Wadala ended on Tuesday after film director and producer Sanjay Gupta tendered a written apology to the Valmiki Samaj through their advocate Harpreet Sandhu Guptain the written apologymentioned that all the scenes which had hurt the sentiments of Valmiki Samaj had been deleted from the movie Following thisshows had been started in the city The movie had been off-screen since Sunday evening Gupta also apologised for unintentionally hurting the sentiments of Valmiki Samaj The legal notice on Sanjay Gupta and Balaji Motion Pictures was slapped by Lakshman Dravidpresident of Valmiki Dharam Samaj For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: January 9 2017 5:40 pm Speaking at the first edition of India Today Conclave South here Manju Warrier said: “Women’s safety should not be at the mercy of men” Top News Popular Malayalam actress Manju Warrier on Monday said women-centric films alone won’t change the attitude of men towards the opposite sex in society Speaking at the first edition of India Today Conclave South here Manju said: “Women’s safety should not be at the mercy of men” “Women-centric films alone won’t change how men treat women The change happens when the whole outlook of the society changes” Actress Shriya Saran who was part of the panel with Tamannaah Bhatia and Amyra Dastur too echoed similar thoughts In light of the recent mass molestation incident in Bengaluru Shriya said: “It’s important that everybody is treated as individuals first Irrespective of our sex we are all individuals “We talk about making women-centric films all the time So many men go to watch these films come out and still tease women” she said and added that strict action against ill-treatment of women is one way to bring change “When will we realise that justice delayed is justice denied We don’t take how women are treated seriously Incidents against women continue to happen because those who are booked come out on bail easily And they do it again and again” she said Tamannaah stressed on the importance of teaching women self-defense “My experience of working in ‘Baahubali’ has made me brave It has given me killer instincts to protect myself As women it’s important how we learn to protect ourselves” she said heaping praise on Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar “I like how Akshay has trained a lot of women in martial arts Men should come together and teach women around them the art of self-defense” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandip G Mihir Vasavda Shahid Judge | Updated: October 10 2017 9:54 am What unusual is happening in India’s first FIFA World Cup Related News Grim North Koreans At the team hotel any query about the North Korean players are met with a dismissive face “They don’t smile they don’t cry and their face is always blank You ask them something they wouldn’t say a thing We haven’t seen them even talking within themselves That’s why we don’t like him” a staff says Apparently they had expected a lot from them “Both of us communist states and their leader is a big hero here But still they don’t show us any concern” he complains The most popular ones are the Brazilians “We don’t understand their language but they always return our smiles crack jokes and have learnt the word ‘namaste” he added — Sandip G in Kochi Jama Ghana’s Haka Move over Haka Ghana are here with their very own war dance Jama Unlike the Maori version though Jama isn’t a fierce display of strength that is performed before the kickoff Instead the Black Starlets perform what is similar to the Maharashtrian lezim dance with a few of them playing cymbals They dance to a traditional tune blaring from a mobile phone from the team bus to the dressing room “That’s how they psyche themselves up for a match” Ghana coach Samuel Fabin says Ghana had sizeable support as well – all students from Noida – who added to the atmosphere Alas neither Jama nor the crowd could help Ghana enough They crashed to a 1-0 defeat to the US — Mihir Vasavda in New Delhi The kid is ok Boris Singh had missed the first game against USA because he was suspended (Source: AIFF Twitter) Thangjam Mohesh Indian defender Boris Singh’s father came to the stadium pretty early and chose a seat in line of the right-back position (if India were attacking from left to right) so that he could have an unobstructed view of his son Boris’s family sat along with the parents of other Manipuri players Captain Amarjit Singh’s mother and brother were here so was Jeakson Singh’s mother But it was Boris’s family who were the most anxious He had missed the first game against USA because he was suspended “So we hope he plays well like the other players did the other night” Mohesh says “I spoke to Boris before coming to the stadium He is never nervous I am though” By half time Mohesh’s nervousness was gone He was signaling thumbs up to everyone who looked at his direction clearly satisfied with his son’s performance — Mihir Vasavda in New Delhi Force of habit As soon as play stopped between Mali and Turkey the DY Patil Stadium ground staff rushed onto the pitch with the blue tarpaulin they use to cover the centre of the field – just like they do when a cricket match is in progress and it rains The first game of the evening was played in heavy rain New Zealand’s coach Danny Hay had mentioned on the eve of the first match that the football ground is “firm at the centre because of the cricket pitch” Paraguay and New Zealand had to warm-up around the blue patch as the ‘centre square’ was covered It would not be removed till just before kick-off Some cricket habits die hard — Shahid Judge in Mumbai Wine wine everywhere but not a drop… In the vast lobby of the Crowne Plaza hotel was spread a giant table almost nearly 20 metres in length and 10 metres in width On it were splashed 1000 kg of dates 500kg of almonds and 100kg of sugar soaked 50 litres of home-made red wine and 25 litres of rum The support staff and team officials were gently mixing the ingredients and making into a paste The aroma hits almost a mile from the lobby None of the players though were visible A few curious ones hung around and some of the tried to peep But they were rushed back to their room A member of the Brazil support staff explained why the boys are here: “We don’t want to see these kids nursing a hangover in tomorrow’s match You know our boys are very capable of that” Hope there aren’t Garrincha or Socrates’ types amidst them Iran are placed in Group C with Germany Guine and Costa Rica (Source: Iran football Twitter) Sharifi Sharifi Regimented and swearing by The Three Musketeers motto of ‘all for one one for all’ – the Iranians might well be But after a week of repeating as courteously as they could through gritted politeness that their team is more than just one star in Mohammad Sharifi the Iranian U 17 management decided to shrug and finally embrace the fact that they have a star in their midst The precocious playmaker who can score a heap trains at Teheran’s Saipa Alborz under Iran’s greatest football name Ali Daei – and when these names were reeled off by a confident Indian scribe the Iranian management knew this fame business had gotten serious Sharifi is a hard working bloke mentored by Daei who also imparts life lessons at the club and what happens of his future (“if he’ll be famous in Asia or in the world”) only time will tell But Iran is slowly coming to terms with India propping their star upto the pedestal “It’s nice to know you know about Sharifi It seems like he’s famous here” the Iranian mediaman said with a touch of wonderment — Shivani Naik in Margao Germany U-17 football team first visited an orphanage in Goa (Source: Germany football Twitter) Lufthansa experiment You know that Lufthansa ad about a German cricket team Indianising itself with food and bhangra Faintly ridiculous but no matter The German U 17 team here though is into the real deal They first visited an orphanage in Goa because the management believed it was important to have that conversation with the teen players about how real India can be tough gritty and far-removed from the private beach of their 5-star accommodation ???who have struck fear in the capital, For all the latest Delhi News,the competing faculty in the professor?Mohali, download Indian Express App More Related News It may be noted that the state government had proposed to setting up a ‘Solid waste management’ plant in Jamsher around 15 km from Jalandhar. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: June 8, the raw passion and his ability to control the cherry despite a long absence, which released in India on Friday.

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