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Hubble observations revealed ongoing activity in the binary system 2006 VW139/288P. said the study published in the journal Nature.blaming DMRC? Nath said during NCR Planning Board meeting on Monday. Haqqani Network, and Kashmir-focused armed groups,with the first phase of voting beginning July 11. However,it seems,the MLAs decided to pull out of the deal in June last year.

he says.The planning isn? We will rope in Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited to make this website. Mane said children will be given admission to schools within 3 km radius of their residence When asked if a parent wants his child admitted to a renowned school which is far from his residenceMane said?like Bangalore and Hyderabad? With thisthe service sector including hospitality and education will also get a big boosthe added Badal also announced a grant of Rs 12 crore as the first installment for development of villages in Mohali Handing over the cheque to Deputy Commissioner Tejinderpal Singh Sidhuhe congratulated the panchs and sarpanchswhile saying that public administration starts at the village sarpanch level The Deputy CommissionerSSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar and former union minister Balwant Singh Ramoowalia were also present on the occasion Punjab allots land to CBSE and GAIL The Punjab Government has allotted land measuring 208 acre in Sector 65 in Mohali at a cost of Rs 2909 crore to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)New Delhi for setting up the Centre for Continuous Professional Development (CCPD) Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badalin the capacity of Chairman Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA)approved the proposal submitted by the Chief AdministratorGMADA Badal also gave his approval for allotment of another 050 acre in Sector 78Mohali at a cost of Rs 1597 crore to the Gas Authority of India (GAIL) for establishing its zonal office He cleared both the files in this regard For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSurjit Singh Malik,Written by Rohan Swamy | Published: September 13 especially when he has hit cancer for a ‘six’. I am proud of myself that I have come through and still managed to get through to 300 games. 2014 1:45 pm Related News The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has rejected the Uttar Pradesh government’s proposal to construct a VVIP guest house near Mulayam Singh Yadav’s dream project – lion safari —in Etawah on grounds that the district already has three guest houses under the forest department, it is learnt. The state forest department’s response to this rejection however was another request to MoEF which currently remains pending The forest department in its new request has claimed that scientists from Dehradun’s Indian Wildlife Institute of India and Bareilly’s Indian Veterinary Research Institute besides government officials will be visiting the safari frequently and therefore a guest house would be required The department has also given an undertaking that trees will not be felled while constructing the guest house The proposed double-storeyed guest house was to come up within 50 metre of the lion safari CM Akhilesh Yadav who heads the state’s forest department and had sought permission to construct a VVIP guest house at the cost of Rs 90406 lakh near the lion safari (Express Photo) over an area of 09503 hectares The proposed guest house had provisions for four rest rooms four garages a pond and a watch tower besides other things But the MoEF on November 27 last year rejected the proposal claiming there are already three guest houses in Etawah — one at Raja Sumer’s fort hardly one kilometre from the lion safari; another at a distance of two kilometres; and the third in Chakarnagar nearly 35 kilometres from the safari It also contended that since the proposed guest house is not part of the safari it has not been approved by the Central Zoo Authority The proposal has been rejected on merit claims the ministry At present work on lion safari project is being carried out on a war footing by the state government with January 31 being the deadline Already two pair of lions have been brought from Gujarat and another pair from Hyderabad for the project For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News

which is actually 500 acres of fruit trees owned by the royal family of Bhadri located about 2 km from the school,is not frequented by people for fear of reprisal from employees of the royal family,We have recovered almost everything related to the incident. India won 3-2 with Chikte making some brilliant saves in the 3rd quarter when Pakistan were pushing India back into their own territory. has played for Scotland 75 times and five times for GB. When contacted,who have called upon the former New Zealand-born Hong Kong international to introduce the sport to students at the grassroots level and train them. said Vita Dani, The League features 24 players from abroad including men’s World No. North Corporation Leader of the Opposition,These vehicles will be parked at strategic locations, Garg saidadding that over 50 cranes would also be made available to tow away cars that break down on waterlogged roads They had asked the agency that maintains the signals at road intersections to conduct thorough checksespecially the underground wiresto ensure that the lights function properly during rains It was noticed in the past that traffic signals malfunction because of water seeping into the system This triggers massive snarls When there is congestionthe signals are switched off We deploy additional policemen at such intersections and roads to guide the traffic More than 500 traffic personnel will be on duty this year?

Ghaziabad | Published: March 14 Kumari said.CDES happens when our blinking rate decreases almost by half which causes dryness and increased tear evaporation? For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TUHIN DUTTA | Gurgaon | Published: June 27 2012 1:43 am Related News Jolted by the death of five-year-old Mahi after she fell into a 70-foot-deep borewell in KhohManesarthe district administration on Tuesday made it mandatory for drilling or boring agencies to get themselves and their machines registered by July 10 The administration has also directed the departments concerned and the monitoring teams to ensure strict compliance of the Supreme Court orders against borewells They were told to send action taken reports along with an affidavit to the administration within 10 days The Supreme Court on February 112010issued wide-ranging guidelines on borewells and groundwater A copy of the rules has been sent to the officials responsible for cracking down on illegal borewells Deputy Commissioner P C Meena said all drilling agenciesirrespective of whether they are government or privatemust apply for registration at the administrations groundwater cell Their applications should specifically mention the name of the owner of drilling machineshis/her permanent and current addressand details of the machines Police have been given strict orders to file FIRs and press charges against any unregistered agency caught drilling a well Meena has also directed owners of boring machines to submit a fortnightly report on what work they have undertaken during the period Moreoverthe monitoring teamspolice officers and tehsildars have been told to carry out surprise checks whenever necessary These officials would regularly report about the status of these checksMeena said The administration has also launched a drive to fill up all abandoned and open borewells For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Dr Chauhan has also been invited to present his findings at the Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research in Tehran University of Medical Sciences from October 18 to 21. Also,9.

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