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what the nation wants? Chief Minsters cancelled trips In the last one yearthree foreign trips involving two Chief Ministers were turned down by the Ministry of External Affairs on reasons of protocol Two of these proposed trips were by Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and one by Jharkhand CM Arjun Munda Gogoi was to travel to New York in April this year on an invitation from a researcher working in the Royal Bhutanese Embassy in the United States The MEA denied permission for the trip on the grounds that the invitation had come neither from the US government nor from the Bhutanese government but from a researcher Besidesit was felt that it was improper for a state government to correspond directly with a diplomatic mission of a foreign government abroad The other trip Gogoi had planned was to Israel to attend a Water and Environment Technology conference in November last year This too was shot down with the MEA saying it was a technical conference and attendees from other countries were all officers or technical experts Munda was to travel to Bangkok last June along with several senior state government officials to attend an Indian Engineering Exhibition. Did anyone struggle while delivering dialogues penned by them?Since no toll is charged on the road,where people gather to board tempos, said Prahlad Kumarwho operates a tempo on the stretch Dangerous in the daythe expressway becomes a demon at night A Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) report states that the most dangerous period is between 10 pm and midnighta time when trucks and other heavy vehicles use the road Speed it may facilitate but the 2453-km stretch finds itself caught between its conception of a high-speed expressway and lack of sufficient checks and balances to make the drive a safe one The twain must meetfor lives are at stake For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 9 2013 2:00 am Related News Following a tiff with the administrationmore than two dozen boys at a juvenile correction home in North Delhicreated a ruckus in the home on Wednesday night with many of them reportedly climbing the rooftoppelting stones at neighbours and vehiclessetting blankets and bedsheets on fire andaccording to policeeven keeping a caretaker hostage for hours Their demand a better place to live and good food The centrewhich houses 24 boysincluding the accused in the December 16 gangrape caseturned a battlefield with administrators failing to bring the situation under control The juveniles reportedly broke furniture in the home and smashed windowpanes of neighbouring houses They even smashed the windows of a fire tender which reached the spot after receiving a complaint that a group of juveniles had set their bedding on fire Even after police reached the spotofficials had a hard time convincing the boys to calm down Though the reason which triggered the protest is still unclearthe juveniles allegedly told police that they were not provided good food and were often harassed by the officials running the home The police stationed outside the correction home and neighbours made a PCR call When the police tried to intervenea few boys kept an LPG cylinder near the main gate threatening to blow off the place? Amazon, 2012 1:44 pm Related News Country star Taylor Swift writes love notes to her boyfriend, (Source: File) Top News India’s Saketh Myneni is one win?

Along with dhotis, “One of the former doctors has been summoned. "How many Muslims have been fielded by the BJP in UP? The youngster,000 each).another NGO based in nearby Veraval town, Related News In a novel way of celebrating Women’s Day, Sandeep Daundkar Talking to The Sunday Express, Among the measures AAI has already put in place at the airport, There is also a need to strengthen our social fabric.

Chouhan also managed to win back RSS’ confidence after all did not seem to be well following police allegedly beating up Sangh pracharak Suresh Yadav in September at Balaghat district over a WhatsApp message with communal overtones. the motive was “national service through presenting Bharatiya news and views on various facets of life”. she has lived in jail with her mother all these years. “We received a call from the Army on November 4 at 11 am informing us that my brother had died in a freak accident.Indians took 20 runs from the 17th over off Andre Russell.India needed 33 runs from the final three overs to win thematch India took nine runs from the 18th over and 16 from thepenultimate over with Rahul reaching to his hundred with a sixoff Russell That left India with just eight runs from thefinal over That task looked easy for Dhoni and Rahul but inthe end it was not to be with both not being able to hit aboundary from the final six deliveries The second and final T20 International will be played atthe same venue on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 14 2015 9:39 am Playing different roles over the years actress Jacqueline Fernandez will be seen as mother in “Brothers” which is releasing on Friday and she said she was not at all hesitant about it Related News Playing different roles over the years actress Jacqueline Fernandez will be seen as mother in “Brothers” which is releasing on Friday and she said she was not at all hesitant about it “I don’t see why there should be any hesitancy to play a role of a mother and it’s a challenging role it’s a character If you as an actor can go between playing a mother a student a teacher to playing whatever it is it just shows your range… that is important for us and keeps us alive as an actress” she said at the promotional interviews of her film “I play Jenny Fernandes wife of David Fernandes (Akshay Kumar) and we are going through a struggle at home because of our daughter” said Jacqueline to a query about her role “It is a very intense and difficult character It is definitely a character that many will be able to relate to This role made me reconsider a lot of things and how we perceive certain characters Playing a role of mother is a very beautiful thing and keeping in mind we have mothers of all ages” she added Share This Article Related Article A Christian in real life she could relate to her role in many ways “There are similarities like my last name Christian family that kind of household… But I play a mother that is completely new and unknown to me So that was a bit difficult to pull off” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai:Former Chief Justice of India RM Lodha who recommended overhaul of the cricket governance in India on Tuesdaysaid things would move fast in the BCCI after the newly-appointed administrators take charge after 19 January "Just wait for 19th (January) I believe as soon as administrators are appointed by the Supreme Court they take over things would I believe move fast" he told reporters on the sidelines of launch of late jurist Nani Palkhivala’s biography written by his friend Dharmendra Bhandari On 2 January the Supreme Court directed BCCI and all state associations to implement recommendations of the committee headed by Lodha File photo of Justice RM Lodha AFP Asked about the timelines for implementation of the recommendations made by the panel Lodha said those have gone "haywire" and become "irrelevant" now To a specific query on what he feels about the delay in implementation of the reforms he said "I think better late than never Of course there is a delay of six months but I think that will be repaired" He added there will be fresh timelines now and the new administrators will implement them Coming down heavily on the defiant BCCI brass the SC had on 2 January removed Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke as President and Secretary respectively for "obstructing" and "impeding" its directions for overhauling governance in the cricket body which will now be overseen by a committee of administrators Recommendations of the panel include disqualifying a person from being an office-bearer of the BCCI or state associations if he is not a citizen of India has attained the age of 70 and declared to be insolvent or of unsound mind The apex court had in a separate order said it would nominate the persons to be part of committee of administrators and posted the matter for hearing on January 19 The ex-CJI lauded Palkhivala’s work in a slew of cases including the landmark Kesavananda Bharati versus State of Kerala which he said saved the democracy by defining the core values of the Constitution He made a strong pitch to protect India’s cultural plurality "The identity of nation depends on cultural plurality The intolerance which the country is facing right now the challenges that the plurailty of the country is facing we are really missing Nani" "If cultural plurality is not maintained the integrity and independence of the country will be in danger" he said adding the 127 billion people of India hail from 4300 diverse cultural groups Kochi:Striker Brenner struck twice as title favourites Brazil maintained their winning streak by outplaying Honduras 3-0 to set up a potentially high-octane quarterfinal clash against Germany in the FIFA U-17 World Cup on Wednesday Seeking their fourth title Brazil have been living up to the expectations by winning all their group matches and today they just brushed aside the challenge of Honduras with an overwhelmingly dominating display in the Round of 16clash Brazil’s Brenner celebrates after opening the scoring against Honduras Getty Brenner struck in the 11th and 56th minutes while Marcos Antonio scored the other goal in the 44th minute as Brazil notched up their biggest win of the tournament They had beaten Spain (2-1) North Korea (2-0) and Niger (2-0) to top Group D With the crowd at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium overwhelming supporting the Brazilians Honduras attackswere few and far between though they hit the goalpost twice once in each half Honduras had scored at least a goal in their three Group E matches but today they were unable to do it Brazil will now travel to Kolkata to take on Germany in the quarterfinals on 22 October Germany had produced a clinical performance while beating Colombia 4-0 in the Round of 16 on 16 October in New Delhi Attacking midfielder Alan who sat out of Brazil’s final group game against Niger as a precautionary measure after receiving a yellow card in the previous match returned on Wednesday and set up the first goal for the South American champions He cut into the Honduras box from the right and had a one-on-one with Wesley before releasing the ball for Brenner to calmly slot it past the goalkeeper for his second goal of the tournament Brazil continued their domination with their quick passing football and they had two chances very soon but Paulinho and Alan were saved by Honduras goalkeeper Alex Rivera in the 14th and 21st minutes Honduras were denied an equaliser against the run of play in the 32nd minute as Luis Palma’s shot from a difficult angle on the right side of the box beat the goalkeeper but hit the upright Brazil doubled the lead just before halftime with midfielder Marcos Antonio scoring his first goal of the tournament with a deft left-footer off a beautiful Paulinho through pass which sliced open the Honduras defence Honduras coach Jose Valladares brought in Kenneth Martinez and Joshua Canales after halftime in search of goals but Brazil did not take their feet off the pedal and made the scoreline 3-0 in the 56th minute Wesley did all the hard work as he cut into the right side of the Honduras box and his tussle with a defender resulted to the ball landing nicely for Brenner to fire in an opportunistic strike for his second goal of the match and third of the tournament In the 70th minute Honduras were again denied a consolation goal as Carlos Mejia hit the left post with a left-footed shot from outside the box By: AP | Paris | Published: April 14 2017 11:01 pm Incidents inside Lyon’s stadium – which will host the final next season – followed fighting among rival French and Turkish fans earlier in the city on Thursday (Source: Reuters) Top News Facing possible sanctions from UEFA after the crowd disorder that delayed its Europa League quarterfinal against Besiktas French club Lyon said Friday it was the “victim” of visiting hooligans Incidents inside Lyon’s stadium – which will host the final next season – followed fighting among rival French and Turkish fans earlier in the city on Thursday About 20 minutes before the scheduled 9:05 pm (1905 GMT) kickoff Lyon fans spilled on to the field for their own safety as fireworks were set off and missiles thrown from an upper section of the stadium housing Besiktas supporters The game did finally kick off 45 minutes late after police intervened in the stands Lyon’s deputy general counsel Vincent Ponsot admitted the French league club’s responsibility in the disorder but insisted Besiktas fans created the trouble “As organizers we bear a part of the responsibility except that it is clear that we have been the victim of an aggression that did not come from supporters but from Turkish hooligans” Ponsot told a press conference adding that UEFA had opened a disciplinary procedure Lyon’s director of security Annie Saladin said about 50 Turkish fans forced their way inside the stadium and were responsible for the trouble She said they threw projectiles from the upper stands forcing other supporters to find shelter on the pitch “Even with 700 police officers we did not manage to contain this group” Saladin said “They were determined and they got what they wanted” Saladin added that once identified the group of violent fans was evacuated from the stadium by police However some Lyon fans also sought to confront their Turkish counterparts outside the stadium before the game – and then inside the stadium – with dozens clashing On the field Lyon trailed until the 84th minute before scoring twice to seize a 2-1 victory The return match is next Thursday in Istanbul which has a reputation as among the most hostile cities in Europe for visiting fans Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas said his club’s fans have already been banned from traveling to Turkey for the return leg a decision he called “unfair” and “illogical” “I don’t know what should be done: to play behind closed doors or elsewhere (at a neutral venue)” Aulas asked “It would be very dangerous to take on this team (in presence of) the same supporters as tonight We don’t really feel reassured” Aulas urged UEFA “to take its responsibilities” and asked “for heavy sanctions against those who have injured our supporters” UEFA had increased security measures at its Champions League and Europa League matches this week after Borussia Dortmund’s team bus was targeted by a bomb attack on Tuesday Dortmund’s game against Monaco in the Champions League quarterfinals was postponed and played on Wednesday Prior to the Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and Galatasaray at Parc des Princes in March 2001 fans fought running battles outside the stadium and then engaged in ferocious clashes inside the stadium leaving dozens with minor injuries In April 2000 two English fans from Leeds were stabbed to death during clashes prior to a UEFA Cup semifinal against Galatasaray in Istanbul The ill-feeling between PSG and Galatasaray still lingers Before the match between Turkey and Croatia during last year’s European Championship in France – which was held at PSG’s stadium – some 100 PSG fans tried to attack hardcore supporters from Galatasaray as they left the metro station but were pushed back by riot police For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Zurich | Published: August 31 2016 11:58 pm Gianni Infantino will be paid less than a quarter of what former president Sepp Blatter earned at the helm of the world body (Source: Reuters) Top News FIFA president Gianni Infantino will be paid a salary of 15 million Swiss francs ($153 million) a year less than a quarter of that received by his predecessor Sepp Blatter football’s world governing body announced on Wednesday Infantino who was elected on Feb 26 will also get a “car and lodging free of charge during his term and contribution to expenses in accordance with FIFA’s expenses regulations” FIFA said in a statement He is also entitled to bonus payments though there would not be any this year because the bonus system had been open to “dysfunction and abuse” and needed to be reformed FIFA said “Bonus payments from 2017 onwards will be awarded in accordance with objective criteria related to FIFA’s mission and operations as well as the outcome of the organisational reforms now being implemented” said the statement FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura will be paid 13 million Swiss francs per year plus the same benefits as Infantino FIFA said “The FIFA president’s annual compensation represents less than 25 percent of his predecessor’s compensation (average 2010-2015 including bonus)” said the statement FIFA had said in June that Blatter and two other leading officials were involved in a “coordinated attempt” to enrich themselves through annual salary increases and World Cup bonuses FIFA said an internal investigation revealed that the three officials who also included former secretary general Jerome Valcke and ex-finance director Markus Kattner had received 79 million Swiss francs in compensation over five years “Given misunderstandings and misrepresentations concerning this process and my compensation I am pleased that this matter is resolved and that I have a signed valid employment agreement” said Infantino “I am determined that abuses of the system will not happen under my presidency” Tomaz Vesel head of FIFA’s compensation sub-committee said the amounts were “absolutely appropriate considering the challenging duties” which Infantino and Samoura faced “The FIFA president plays a key role as the leader of FIFA” said Vesel “He leads the organisation setting its overall strategy with a clear mission to develop and protect the game He also has a great responsibility in the reform process that has begun in FIFA” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:Vadodara’s young racer Mira Erda will become the first Indian female driver to compete in one of the highest classes of Formula Racing in the country after signing up for the Euro JK series in the upcoming JK Tyre-FMSCI National Racing Championship Mira who began her journey as one of the youngest in national karting had been competing in LGB Formula 4 till last year She proved herself to be equal to bigger and stronger boys there too winning the Formula 4 Rookie Champion of the Year during the annual FMSCI awards Mira Erda poses with her numerous prizes Image Courtesy: Twitter: @miraerda By signing up at just 17 for JK Euro which features the BMW FB02 car Mira will be among the youngest Indian drivers to race at this level "Ever since I started racing as a 9-year-old I have been dreaming of becoming a Formula 1 racer" Mira said on her way back from school "I want to thank JK Tyres and FMSCI for this wonderful opportunity as this is one huge jump forward towards realising my dream" she added Interestingly Mira who is preparing for her Twelfth Class boards will have a packed season as she plans to not only race in the National Championship but also in national rallies and international karting competitions "This is very good news for Indian motorsport" Sanjay Sharma Head of JK Motorsports who sponsor and conduct the National Racing Championship said "It will encourage other girls to take up the sport as well I must congratulate Mira for this huge jump I am sure she will do well at this level too" he added Mira has already participated in about 75 races both at the national and the international level reinforce India’s economic message and push for increased FDI. such as kinnars, head, Steve Coppell will be happy with the way his team played after going ahead. in my life.

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Goel had cornered DERC chief P D Sudhakar on Monday during a public meeting on restoration of power slabs. Related News Actress Amy Jackson is not only overwhelmed with the response to her latest release “Singh Is Bliing”, “Completely overwhelmed, Taking obstreperous positions in global forums does not serve the interests of India, the gap between the growing East Asian clamour for a larger Indian role and Delhi’s willingness, The Hindu reported. (www.To achieve this, some years back. Shah Rukh and Sircar are keen to collaborate on a film that will be based on the Indian Army.

2015 3:49 am Related News IN ITS initiative to make Chandigarh pollution- and traffic-free, Rana is already doing a chat show for Viu titled No. Noting that human cells remain active due to oxygen.

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