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Kejriwal said touching upon steps that can be taken to decongest traffic and bring down pollution levels caused by vehicles He also said "I believe that message should go out that at the top level whatever steps are needed to be taken we are ready to take those steps This is an indication to governments of both the states that strict steps should be taken to curb pollution" Khattar said there is really genuine concern about smog which has engulfed northern states especially in NCR "It has been happening for the last two years This problem is not related to only one state but it is a common concern We are taking steps in our respective states whether it is stubble burning or vehicular pollution" he said He said his government has decided to give subsidy to farmers and government procurement agencies on the purchase of 8-9 implements in order to tackle stubble burning problem "This year the number of incidents of stubble burning has dropped in Haryana Satellite pictures show that we have controlled it to a large extent in Haryana" he said He said Delhi is the capital of India and "we will collectively try to ensure smog does not envelop Delhi" Kejriwal had earlier said that Khattar had invited him to Chandigarh on Wednesday for the meeting as he could not meet him in Delhi because he was very busy The Delhi chief minister had sought a meeting with his counterparts from Haryana and Punjab to find a solution to stubble burning in neighbouring states a major source of high pollution levels in Delhi The practice of burning of crop residue by farmers of Punjab and Haryana has been blamed for the toxic smog enveloping the region every winter Kejriwal recently said the Centre Haryana Punjab and Delhi governments should keep political differences aside and come together to find a permanent solution to stubble burning On Tuesday Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh again ruled out a meeting with Kejriwal asking him not to "politicise" the serious matter Written by Agencies | London | Published: April 10 2010 1:31 pm Related News ‘Sex & the City’ star Sarah Jessica Parker will be back on the small screen pretty soon with a reality TV competition for artists in the US The 45-year-old actress has signed a deal with Bravo network to produce ‘Work of Art: The Next Great Artist’ with her Pretty Matches production companyreported Daily Express The show will have 14 artists pitted against each other as they compete to land a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum in New York and a 62500 pounds cash prize Judges will include art critic Jerry SaltzHalf Gallery owner Bill Powers and art adviser Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn The show is set to air in America on June 9 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 2 2015 7:12 pm The makers of “Phantom” clarified that the non-governmental organisation which is depicted under the name ‘Medicine International’ in the film is purely fictitious and bears no resemblance to Related News The makers of “Phantom” have clarified that the espionage drama “bears no resemblance to any actual organisation anywhere in the world” after they received a legal threat by a medical charity MSF over wrongly using its name in the movie In a statement issued by the film’s banners on Wednesday the producers said: “Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment Pvt Ltd and UTV Software Communications Ltd clarify that the non-governmental organisation which is depicted under the name ‘Medicine International’ in the film ‘Phantom’ is purely fictitious and bears no resemblance to and is not related to any actual organisation anywhere in the world” This comes after an aid charity Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) decided to take legal action against the film’s producers claiming that misrepresentation of the medical group can “harm its work in places where its access depends on a reputation for neutrality” and put the lives of their aid workers deployed in conflict zones at risk Share This Article Related Article However the producers have maintained that “no activities working portrayal or attributes of the said fictitious organisation should be imputed to any real organisation anywhere in the world” “It is further clarified that any press reports reviews materials promotional interviews to the contrary are inaccurate and incorrect” the statement read further The issue over the Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif-starrer directed by Kabir Khan escalated last week According to an earlier report by bbccom Martin Sloot the general director of MSF India said that the blurring of the lines between fact and fiction could affect MSF’s work and that the MSF is mulling over taking legal action to correct the misrepresentation “Phantom” which revolves around global terrorism is an adaptation of the novel “Mumbai Avengers” and is based on events post-26/11 Mumbai terror attack It released on August 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MADHAV KHOSLA | Published: July 7 2011 3:51 am Related News Even if one triesit cannot be made to sound more like an adventure The brother of a dead king alleges that he is now the rulerand argues that an old law gives him the power to control a powerful temple The local court is unimpressed It is concerned for the devoteesand asks the state to step increate a trustand manage the temple The brother trots to the countrys capitaland its highest court The court blocks the lower courts decisionand decides thatfirst of allthe temples treasures need to be assessed An inventory isneedless to saythe need of the hour A Supreme Court Special Investigation Teamor SITis constituted They travel to the templeand open a few vaults They cant open them all One vault has a very special lock; it will take a few more days But they open the restand find wealth worth over Rs 1 lakh crore ($22 billion) The temple is nowalmost certainlythe richest place of worship in the world Adventures asidethe legal issues here are rather complex The dead king is the erstwhile ruler of Travancoreand the temple is the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum The Travancore-Cochin Hindu Religious Institutions Act 1950 (called the TC Act)enacted pursuant to the agreement of accession between the two princely states of Travancore and Cochin and the Government of Indiavests the administration of the temple in the ruler of Travancore In January this yearthe Kerala high court responded to a claim by the last rulers younger brotherthat upon the demise of the last rulerhe should be recognised as the ruler of Travancore under the TC Act The court disagreedciting the 26th Amendment to the Constitutionwhich abolished the privileges of the erstwhile rulers of Indian states It held that the title of ruler can no longer pass through successionand that the state is now the ruler for the purposes of the TC Act It further rejected the contention that the Sree Padmanabhaswamy was a family temple of the royal family of Travancore The temple wasthe argument ranalways recognised to be public in natureand the ruler was simply a trustee who retained the control of the temple for the benefit of the devoteesthe state and the public at large?their mannerisms and behaviour, Roshan has been closely involved in the entire making process, complications and deaths fell by more than a third. which included hits like? managed to get the phone numbers of so many women, Niroshan Dickwella and Dilruwan Perera.
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Last week Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkey is ready “for any cooperation in the fight against terrorism” But Turkey’s dilemma is far more grave than its leaders realise Indeed Turkey’s current situation resembles the early years of Pakistan’s sponsorship of the Taliban The Islamic State is recruiting militants in Turkey And failure to clean its own house now could lead Turkey down the path of “Pakistanisation” whereby a resident jihadist infrastructure causes Sunni extremism to ingrain itself deeply within the fabric of society Although Turkey now recognises the threat it has yet to come to terms with its own responsibility for helping to create it As Francis J Ricciardone Jr the former American ambassador to Turkey has pointed out Ankara supported radical groups including the Nusra Front Indeed during the early days of Syria’s civil war jihadist groups funnelled fighters and resources through Turkey into Syria Turkey’s intervention in the Syrian civil war parallels Pakistan’s support of the Taliban to affect the course of the Afghan civil war But the jihadism abetted by Pakistan did not remain across the Afghan border Turkey may now be witnessing the beginnings of a similar blowback While the magnitude of Turkey’s recent engagement of jihadist proxies isn’t comparable to Pakistan’s long history of jihadist sponsorship the late prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s ill-fated relationship with the Sunni extremists of Pakistan’s Deobandi movement is still instructive for Turkey Pakistan’s experience with blowback began prior to Bhutto’s tenure when General Zia ul-Haq’s regime backed mujahideen militias as proxies to combat Soviet forces in Afghanistan Organised by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate with assistance from the United States and Saudi Arabia the recruitment networks within Pakistan started a radicalisation process among segments of Pakistan’s population In 1994 Bhutto began to abet militancy to secure Pakistani objectives in Afghanistan The Bhutto government facilitated a paramilitary force of thousands of madrasa students to cross the border and take control of Afghanistan’s Kandahar province With Pakistan’s help this militia of “Taliban” literally “students” conquered large swaths of Afghan territory and declared its commander Mullah Omar to be caliph Their militancy soon crossed the border After the initial stage of mobilising volunteers and weapons for jihad in Afghanistan a second phase developed in which Pakistan witnessed a wave of anti-Shiite violence including bombings of Karachi’s major Shiite mosques by the Taliban’s sister organization in Pakistan Sipah-e Sahaba The Turkish government’s decision to turn a blind eye to IS activity within its borders has similarly led to the extremists’ increasing influence in certain areas of Turkey’s major cities The recent and unprecedented arson attacks on Shiite mosques in Istanbul may indicate that Turkey is entering this second phase Pakistan’s final and most dangerous stage of extremism occurred when the flow of militants and resources was reversed Turkey has not experienced this stage yet But the IS may find fertile recruiting ground among Turkey’s 13 million Syrian refugees If the IS’s Turkish networks remain intact Turkey runs the risk that homegrown militants will be empowered by the return of fighters from IS territory in Syria and Iraq Tanchum teaches at Tel Aviv University and is a fellow at the Harry S Truman Institute at the Hebrew University Jerusalem Karaveli is senior fellow Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and the Silk Road Studies Programme For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App Turkey’s intervention in the Syrian civil war parallels Pakistan’s support of the Taliban to affect the course of the Afghan civil war More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New York | Published: August 23 2013 4:43 pm Related News Soonyou can spray your coffee instead of drinking it A spray that can give coffee lovers their much needed caffeine fixwithout having to drink it at allhas been developed by a Harvard researcher Biochemist Ben Yu in collaboration with Venture Capitalist Deven Soni created ‘Sprayable Energy’ which they say delivers the same caffeine buzz as coffee The Sprayable Energy spray consists of watercaffeine and an amino acid that helps the body absorb it Four squirts of the odourless spray on a person’s neck or wrists can provide roughly the same caffeine as a small cup of coffee’New York Daily News’ reported Howeverbecause the product is absorbed through the skinit is claimed that the spray gives less of a jolt and fewer lingering jitters than an average drink “We definitely recommend four or five spraysand no more than 20 per day” Soni said “Skin has a saturation pointand there are only a few places on the body with the concentration of blood vessels where the product will work best” said Soni Soni and Yu hope that they can attract enough people who are put off by the adverse physical effects of coffee and the artificial ingredient list in energy drinksthe report said “We’re not trying to augment behaviourjust to make it easier to get what you want” Soni said HoweverSoni concedes that Sprayable Energy spray may not replace all the pleasures derived from the old ways of waking oneself up For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 22 2015 3:11 am Salman Khan’s appeal against his five-year jail term in the 2002 hit-and-run case is currently pending before the Bombay High Court Related News The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a petition filed by the mother of a deceased Mumbai police constable seeking transfer of actor Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case from Mumbai to Delhi A bench led by Justice T S Thakur fixed the petition for consideration on Monday after advocate M L Sharma appearing on behalf of the victim’s mother mentioned it for urgent listing The plea has also asked for the cancellation of the bail given to the actor Salman’s appeal against his five-year jail term in the 2002 hit-and-run case is currently pending before the Bombay High Court The petitioner mother of Ravindra Patil then acting as Salman’s official bodyguard has contended that there was no chance of getting justice in Maharashtra in view of the bias in favour of the actor there and hence Salman’s appeal should be heard by the Delhi High Court Share This Article Related Article She claimed that the convict tried to get her son Ravindra Patil killed Patil was in Salman’s car on the night of the incident and was a prosecution eyewitness in the case She also said that the extraordinary haste with which the Bombay High Court granted Salman’s bail and suspended his sentence raised suspicions For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 27 2016 1:08 pm Superstar Shah Rukh Khan who will be see in Gauri Shinde’s next film along with Alia Bhatt says he has shot for 49 days for it so he “must be having a good role” Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan who will be see in Gauri Shinde’s next film along with Alia Bhatt says he has shot for 49 days for it so he “must be having a good role” Is Shah Rukh doing a cameo in Shinde’s next “I should think it’s a proper role…The film is a little different from my other Hindi films Most of my scenes are with Alia so I keep coming in It’s not a hero-heroine type of a film “It’s a different slice-of-life kind of a film It’s a different film for me because it’s not a typical ‘lead lead’ as such I have shot for 49 days so I must be having a good role” SRK told IANS Read More The film is jointly produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Dharma Productions This will be Shinde’s second directorial after the critically and commercially successful “English Vinglish” (released in 2012) Shah Rukh currently enjoying the success of his film “Fan” says he tries his best to pick different roles as an actor He said: “I think in the last four to five years I have heard so many people telling me that I am doing the same stuff… that I started believing that I do the same stuff I as an actor try to keep it different for me I just know what I can do and what I am offered and within that offering I try to be different” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 31 2016 3:58 am Related News FOR NOT handing over possession of a flat on time the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed property developer DLF Homes Panchkula Private Limited to pay a compensation of Rs 2 lakh to a mother-son duo on the grounds that the delay has caused them mental agony and physical harassment The commission has also asked the real estate firm to refund Rs 5191 lakh that the two had paid for the flat at an interest of 15 per cent per annum apart from litigation costs of Rs 50000 The complainants Rajrani and her son Himanshu Chawla residents of Sector 21 Panchkula told the commission that they had booked an independent floor in the DLF Valley project at Panchkula after depositing Rs 4 lakh as the booking amount They submitted that they were allotted 1730 square feet through a letter dated October 5 2010 The complainants alleged that they paid DLF a further Rs 4 lakh on January 7 2011 following which they signed an agreement with DLF on February 10 2011 The complainants stated that they were to be charged Rs 6492 lakh along with service tax club charges for the property and that as per the agreement the flat was to be delivered within 24 months from the date of its execution The mother-son duo also said that they had taken a home loan of Rs 43 lakh from Axis Bank to finance the project but on May 11 2012 they received a letter from DLF that the Supreme Court had on April 19 2012 stayed construction activity on the project The complainants further alleged that the stay was operative for only eight months but the real estate firm sought 12 more months in addition to the 24 months in the agreement to finish the project DLF was yet to deliver possession of the floor even after expiry of three years from the date of execution of the agreement with the mother-son duo stating that they have been paying monthly EMI of Rs 41370 for the loan obtained from Axis Bank The consumer commission ruled in an order passed on March 22 that the Supreme Court can’t be a ruse for the delay: “As admitted by the opposite parties (DLF Homes) the construction at the site which was stayed by the Supreme Court was vacated on December 12 2012 The stay thus operated only for eight months but the opposite parties failed to deliver possession to the complainants even after the lapse of extended period of 12 months on February 10 2014” It also ruled that the delay had caused harassment to the complainants “Admittedly possession has not been delivered by the opposite parties till date meaning thereby that there has been further delay of two more years The complainants have certainly suffered physical harassment and mental agony on account of the acts of omission and commission of the opposite parties and escalation in prices for which they need to be suitably compensated” it ruled Meanwhile the counsel for DLF Homes Panchkula Private Ltd said “I am not longer representing DLF so I cannot comment Moreover my company doesn’t want to speak to any mediapersons” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: May 11 2016 12:55 am The new regulation says only one-third of the area would have to be carved out for a non-buildable reservation such as a recreational park or a garden Express Archive Related News The state government has dished out a bouquet of new perks for developers redeveloping slum dwellings in Mumbai The revised Development Control Regulations for Mumbai have proposed an increase in the sale component a developer can exploit in a slum redevelopment project by hiking the overall extent of the buildable area or FSI for all categories of slum projects by another 33 per cent Besides this the new regulations have also announced higher incentives for redeveloping slum enclaves situated on lands spread over five acres In another contentious move the new regulations permit the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) chief to relax by 25 per cent the minimum tenement density of 650 per hectare which is presently mandated Sources said the relaxation would also lead to an increase in the developer’s sale component since it would rule out the need to surrender some tenements to the government towards affordable housing in almost all cases Share This Article Related Article Under the existing norms the built-up space permitted for such projects in computed taking the minimum tenement density into account In the case of slum colonies where the rehabilitation component of existing slum units is lower than this minimum standard the developer is required to utilise the balance FSI for constructing affordable housing units which are to be surrendered free-of-cost to the SRA Sources admitted the slum redevelopment projects had already turned into a goldmine for developers Developers were already permitted to build up to three times the slum size or three FSI in situ The new rules have now proposed to densify the redeveloped components further by proposing to hike this FSI to four Further in a bid to encourage development of larger-sized slum enclaves the government has proposed to provide even higher incentives to developers for bigger-sized slum clusters The plan is to provide an additional 5% incentive buildable space for those taking up slum projects on lands between 5-10 acres This will further increase to 10 per cent for projects on 10-20 acre land 15 per cent for 20-40 acres and 20 per cent above 40 acres The move to hike the FSI for slum redevelopment projects comes at a time when the latest land use survey had found that slum clusters had the highest population densities in the city In fact about 52 lakh people living in slums currently occupy just eight per cent of the city’s geographical area Permitting more buildable space on these lands would only increase such densities further a senior official admitted A section of city officials had opposed the plan to heighten the FSI levels further; but sources said the state housing department and bureaucrats in the SRA had insisted on this being provided In fact the government had even recommended a controversial proposal of permitting slum dwellers found ineligible for rehabilitation in a slum redevelopment projects to be accommodated through allotment of the affordable housing units which are currently used for rehabilitation of people affected by vital public projects But the civic officials decided against incorporating this in the regulation and have said this should be decided at the government level In another contentious move the new regulations permit the SRA projects to be taken up on encroached plots that reserved for public purposes which are over 5000 square feet in size The new regulation said one-third of the area would only have to be carved out for a non-buildable reservation such as a recreational park or a garden while the remaining two-third portion can be used for slum redevelopment Also the entire reserved land will be considered for computing FSI for such encroached plots For slums on buildable reservations such as schools the government has proposed that the developers would build the school as per the civic body’s requirement on a portion of the plot while utilising the remaining area for slum redevelopment Again the entire land will be considered for FSI computation in this case too The SRA has also relaxed the minimum space requirement for declaration of “difficult areas” as slums for redevelopment projects from the current 40 hectare to 20 hectares thereby clearing decks for more areas to be brought under slum redevelopment projects Since its inception in 1996 the SRA has allotted over 1500 slum projects but just about 16 per cent of these have so far been completed Ironically while the number of city slum dwellers have risen from 40 lakh in 1996 to 52 lakh presently some of the city’s most luxurious landmarks have been built on slum lands Norms for relaxations in certain planning requirements have also been proposed The SRA has however made provisions to collect higher lease rents from developers and societies coming up on the sale component The SRA land is leased out to the societies for 30 years For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News She Wrote, to lead them to major trophy . 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Will viewers watch Aapki Antara?s also being done in by the music ? Expanding the power generation capacity through traditional energy sources would be challenging beyond a point. While the solar farms will boost the power generation immensely, it pointed out. Our plea is to the state government to grant us peaceful possession of the land without any costs so that we can begin work on it,we have been hearing that 1 lakh constructions would be demolished and suddenly we hear they will be spared, said activist Shridhar Chalkha Bulldozers roll; residents answer with stones Tension prevailed in Dighi as angry residents pelted stones at the anti-encroachment squad and vehicles on Wednesday morning Two cops were reportedly injured in the incident Following the state government order to demolish illegal constructions that came up after March 2012the PCMC had surveyed and identified 973 such structures in its jurisdiction After receiving police protectionthe PCMC anti-encroachment department on Wednesday started the demolition drive from Dighi An alleged illegal construction on three gunthas of land at Sant Gajanan Maharah Nagar was demolished first Laterwhen the officials continued to demolish illegal constructions on the land reserved for industriesa mob at the spot started pelting stones at JCB vehicles and staff of PCMC’s anti-encroachment department In spite of police protectionPCMC officials had to leave the drive mid-way due to stiff opposition from people Meanwhilea mob of as many as 300 personsincluding womenstaged a rasta roko on the Bhosari-Alandi Road for about three hours Laterthe mob went to PCMC Some of the citizens opposing the anti-encroachment drive held meeting with PCMC Mayor Mohini Lande and other political representatives For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 14 2013 3:40 am Related News Following the city schools dissatisfaction over the admission schedule released by the education departmenta decision was taken on Wednesday for advancing the admission dates by four days A meeting of principals of different schools was held with the Director Public Instructions (Schools) Kamlesh Kumar to reach a consensus All private schools have now been directed to update their respective school websites and to display all information regarding admissions on the notice boards by November 25 Earlierthe schools were given time till November 29 for the same This admission procedure will be followed by all government-aided and recognised private schools in the city The information that will be available on the websites or notice boards of the schools shall include dates of admissiontotal number of seatsage requirementfees structureadmission criteriadocuments required and date of drawif any Issue and receipt of registration will begin on November 25 or earlierwhile the last date for the submission of admission forms has been fixed for December 10 The forms will be available free of cost and can be downloaded from the schools websiteor collected from the school itself All schools will finalise the admission process by January 20 and the list of selected students will be displayed between January 10 and January 20 in the schools itself Parents will be required to deposit the fees up to January 25 The list of candidates in the waiting list shall be displayed from January 29 to 31 Apart from thisthe schools have also been asked to upload information regarding the registration fees and other details on their official websites or release the same information in the public domain through notice boards and newspaper advertisements For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newst want to live in a country where they throw whistle-blowers in jail. the greatest Test performance of the past 50 years. Amitabh also spoke about the brotherly association between Bharati and his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan as Bharati was his student at the Allahabad University.
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4 turkey and some other birds. He had allegedly shown that his organisation had 50 employees according to the prosecution.for sure, The line, and then the third one, China has made it clear that back channel negotiations will only bear fruit after India withdraws its troop.