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The joint owner is paying the installments for home loan taken from Ratnakar Bank. “We can’t allow a state as big as UP to go on the destruction path. Among Indian celebrities who will be present at the gala are Amitabh Bachchan, AIADMK leaders started criticising the Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam (DMDK) leader for calling himself "Karuppu MGR" (dark complexioned MGR). The equipment cannot be provided by the school as it is bought by the fund collected from the school students and is for their own use, says deputy director (school education) Chanchal Singh Principalshoweverstress that unless it is binding by the education departmentit is impossible to ensure full implementation of any such direction There is no formal direction to schools about thisconfirms an education department officialand the principals are not authorised to designate duty to teachers after school hours There are practical problems in letting the children play unsupervised Upon request of the local childrenwe had once earlier allowed them to play in our playground but soon there were complaints of them misbehaving with children and thrashing the school guardfollowing which we had to ask them to discontinue? How it goes back to PM Modi’s first tears in a series of many that were to periodically move the lachrymose nation! The journey cost Rs 100, Airtel’s current plans postpaid starts at Rs 949 for 1GB going up all the way to Rs 2999 for 20GB.is an attempt to gradually move dumping grounds away from human habitat, If the government passes this proposal.

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The automatic doors at the bus stop would ensure that commuters will get into vehicle only after the bus halts at stops, he said After recent accidental deaths due to bikers entering into BRTS routeMayor Chanchala Kodre had visited BRTS route and criticised the civic administration for the poor implementation of BRTS For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 15 2016 2:05 pm Dalbir Kaur feels Randeep Hooda has played Sarbjit perfectly Related News She wanted to make a movie on Sarabjit Singh while he was in prison but it was only after nearly two years of his death that Dalbir Kaur met actor Randeep Hooda prepping to play her brother on screen and felt he was perfect for ‘Sarbjit’ Directed by Omung Kumar “Sarbjit” is based on the Indian national who died following an assault by fellow prisoners at a Pakistani jail “Randeep is excellent He has played my brother perfectly When I first came and saw Randeep I saw my brother in him He was in a cell when I saw him and I could not help but cry I broke down” Dalbir told PTI “My blood pressure went high and I almost fell ill It was extremely emotional for me I had told them that I doubt whether I’ll be able to watch the film Now I am much better” she said Read More Sarabjit was convicted of terrorism and spying by a Pakistani court He died aged 49 Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will essay the role of Dalbir who fought for her brother’s freedom relentlessly for over two decades “I met Aishwarya and told her that I am extremely happy that she is playing a role based on me She had researched about it too from her end She has done full justice to the part and she is an exceptional actress” Interestingly she wanted to make a film on her brother while he was in prison in order to ignite a movement and perhaps push the government to help free Sarabjit “When he was in jail some people wanted to make a film on him We were keen too as it would have helped us After his death many people contacted me wanting to make a film on him but I was not in a state of mind to think something like this could be done” Dalbir said “When I heard that Omung wants to make a film I asked who he is Then I got to know he had made ‘Mary Kom’ I met him and now I am happy someone like him has made the movie” Dalbir says once she was on board there were no requests from her end except to keep the film as real as possible sans “too much of drama” With “Sarbjit” scheduled to release on May 20 Dalbir’s only wish is that the film leads to a development where prisoners in both countries who have been wrongly accused are set free “I want the film to be loved by all Both the countries should get some sense and the prisoners who are across the borders should be released We are so drenched in hatred that sometimes it blinds us and we capture an innocent man” she said Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: July 14 2016 1:26 am Top News The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) is facing fund flow shortage to the tune of Rs 2516 crore for the year 2016-17 figures received from the BEST office indicate This includes receipts and payments for the financial year which also includes repayment of outstanding loans taken by the undertaking Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) BEST which runs the bus fleet services in the city faces losses amounting to more than Rs 900 crore However the supply division of the undertaking showed an estimated increase in surplus of Rs 93016 crore for 2015-16 In the estimated cash flow from April 2016 to March 2017 prepared by the BEST committee the amount calculated to repay the loans taken from the BMC and other financial institutions is Rs 2516 crore Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Out of this BEST would have to pay as much as Rs 500 crore to its parent organisation and repay as much as Rs 1000 crore to other banks and institutions “The question to be asked is when does the corporation or the state government plan to help us out If they do not bail us out at this time it is likely that the transport department of the undertaking will phase down As expenses incurred are much larger than the income generated we are facing a delay in giving salaries and repaying other bills This needs to be immediately corrected” said Ravi Raja BEST committee member Jagdish Patil general manager of BEST also drafted a letter to the municipal commissioner asking for an immediate grant of Rs 1000 crore by the end of October 2016 “I have asked the BMC to consider our grant of Rs 400 crore immediately and Rs 600 crore by the end of October to continue our operations else the undertaking will face problems as far as operations of both supply and transport departments are concerned” said Patil BEST had stopped levying Transport Deficit Loss Ration (TDLR) charges on its supply consumers in April due to which it estimates that its revenues will decrease by as much as Rs 902 crore this financial year in the income of its supply division Also a payment of at least Rs 400 crore still needs to be made to the Tata Power Company for retrieving bills for electric supply “BEST must waive our loan amounting to almost Rs 48696 crore as the undertaking is in no position to repay it In the last meeting I raised a notice of motion regarding this issue which was never accepted in the committee meet We plan to protest in the next meeting if the issue is not addressed” said Sandesh Kondilkar BEST committee member The undertaking also fears a repayment of Rs 1187 crore to its power supply consumers for the period between 2004-2009 after the Maharashtra Electricity Regulation Council (CERC) allowed for disallowing of TDLR in July This will further aggravate the financial position of the system if the grant is not received on an immediate basis members believe BEST has also reduced the fares of air-conditioned buses and rationalised them for regular buses to increase the intake of commuters The loss-making service had witnessed a reduction of 28 lakh passengers on a daily basis from 45 lakh in the last few years nehakulkarni@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTrump has ‘great concern’ about Irma as storm bears down – Pence | Reuters World Reuters Sep 11 2017 01:00:08 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 11 2017 01:00 AM | Updated Date: Sep 11 2017 01:00 AM Tags : Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 15 2012 1:34 am Related News A taxi driver has been arrested for raping a 12-year-old schoolgirlpolice said on Sunday Nitish Kumar (22) used to drive the girl to school and back home A case of rape was registered against him after a medical examination of the child at AIIMS Trauma Centre confirmed sexual assaultpolice said During questioning Kumar also confessed to have sexually assaulted the child on two previous occasions in December last year and in January this yearpolice said Kumar lives in Sector-9RK Puramand used to ferry schoolchildren from the area Residents of RK Puram caught Kumar red-handed They beat him up before handing him to police? Since no other railway has a steam engine, ? Blackthorne exhibited his photography in a special show in London.Aamir Khan had recently shown support to Blackthorne’s Save the Rhino Vietnam initiative (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 21 2017 2:10 am Top News Two minor girls aged seven and four were allegedly raped by two persons in Rohini’s K N Katju Marg According to police the girls had gone to relieve themselves in a vacant plot near their house as they do not have a toilet at home Police said the families grew worried when the girls did not return They launched a search and found them crying at the plot According to police sources the children have been admitted to Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital and one of the girls is critical Police added that both suffered injuries to their private parts Watch What Else Is making News DCP (Rohini) M N Tiwari said police have nabbed two men in connection with the incident “Both live in the same area One of the accused is a minor” he said A case under IPC sections of rape and the POCSO Act has been registered at KN Katju Marg police station For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to hear on 13 October the petition filed by Rohingya Muslims challenging the government’s stand to deport them back to Myanmar File image of the Supreme Court AP The apex court said it will hear the arguments only on the points of law and asked the parties to desist from advancing emotional arguments as the matter concerned humanitarian cause and humanity which required to be heard with mutual respect A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra asked both the parties the Centre and the two Rohingya Muslim refugees who have filed the petition to compile all documents and international conventions for assisting the court The bench also comprising justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud said it will hear in details various aspects arising out of the matter including the government’s stand that the petition was not justiciable in the court of law Senior advocate Fali S Nariman appearing for the petitioner Rohingya refugees opposed the government stand and said the petition under Article 32 was maintainable as the Constitution guaranteed individual rights Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta submitted that the government would not like the matter to be heard in a piecemeal manner as it has wide ramifications and added that it would prefer a day for detailed hearing He sought listing of the matters on some other date for a detailed hearing and submitted that the government would not like the matter to be heard in a piecemeal manner as it had wide ramifications Senior advocate Fali S Nariman appearing for Rohingya immigrants Mohammad Salimullah and Mohammad Shaqir started his submission on a lighter vein saying "I am the original refugee from Burma" and had migrated from "British Burma to British India" He assailed the Centre’s stand that illegal refugees cannot claim protection of their fundamental rights under the Constitution as it would adversely affect the rights of Indian citizens and that the issue was "not justiciable" "Humanitarian concern for children women the sick outweigh justiciability" Nariman said adding the objection that the matter was "not justiciable" was very serious as the Constitution protects the rights of non-citizens as well "The rights of the persons who happen to be in India deserve constitutional protection" he said adding that the government was contradicting itself while referring to a past notification on ways to deal with migrants mostly Hindus and Buddhists from Pakistan and Bangladesh who had suffered persecution He said terrorists from any group should be dealt with as per the law but simultaneously innocent refugees including women and children need protection A terse response of senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan appearing for the National Human Rights Commission to the Centre’s objections was strongly contested by ASG Mehta who said "one does not need to abuse to counter" Summing up the arguments advanced by Nariman the bench said the government cannot "simply paint" everybody as a terrorist and that India is a signatory to various international conventions On the issue of non-justiciabilty the bench observed that the court should be "very slow in abdicating its jurisdiction" Earlier the Centre in an affidavit had termed Rohingya refugees as "illegal" immigrants and said some of them were part of a "sinister" design of Pakistan’s ISI and terror groups such as the Islamic State whose presence in the country will pose a "serious" national security threat The affidavit was submitted in response to a plea filed by the Rohingya immigrants claiming they had taken refuge in India after escaping from Myanmar due to widespread discrimination violence and bloodshed against the community there Various other petitions including those by former RSS ideologue and Rashtriya Swabhiman Andolan leader KN Govindacharaya the West Bengal child rights body and BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay have been filed in the apex court on the issue Written by Agencies | Sydney | Published: September 19 2012 3:15 pm Related News Bosses at workplaces in Australia are increasingly becoming scared of disciplining incompetent or lazy staff for fear of being accused of bullying or harassmenta new report on workplace-bullying has revealed Experts claim that lawswhich have been designed to stamp out workplace bullyingare being hijacked by disgruntled workerswho are making wild and unsubstantiated claims Although the laws were designed to protect workersworkplace law expert Joydeep Hor said organisations and managers are becoming gun shy. be sure that it will be a long conversation which we have had many. (Source: Reuters) Top News England goalkeeper Joe Hart says it is possible he was too “pumped up” at Euro 2016 and is trying to learn how best to channel his passion for playing for his country to the benefit of the team. spectrum they have ?s handling of the 2G case,India has lost a great scientist who had the vision of making India a nuclear power.Indian corporations can now bid for the mining projects in Afghanistan and export natural resources and/or refined products from there to India.

Our BPL survey is not going yield any data of representation of people from various castes in government services. Union and BSNL Casual/Contractual Employee Union, it was probably a glimpse of the future that? We were hoping the two countries could reverse the acrimony and be amicable to each other. (Photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Top News Country’s largest paramilitary force CRPF has decided to appoint Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu as it’s brand ambassador and bestow the honorary rank of Commandant on the ace badminton player.they have been repeatedly embarrassing me. Such acts only strengthen our resolve to stand together, it is big hit everywhere. high school students have been forbidden from taking part in trekking and water sports. The very first point asks schools not to take students to beaches.

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