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He was given a farewell by his department on Sunday. Sridharan said she had obtained a stay on the eviction notice in March 2010 and the BMC had challenged it only in 2013. What is possible? The GRP is also investigating who was on duty at that time. Azhar and Younis put on 146 runs for the third wicket, The government has said nothing that dispels this impression. uh-huh”, The money that it makes only tells me,I do not want to pursue courses like MBA or Engineering. Masakadza tried to play a lap-scoop off a slower delivery only to be caught by Mahendra Singh Dhoni behind the stumps.

Chennai, File photo of Eknath Khadse. The police teams were deployed at strategic locations in cars and on motorcycles to nab the accused. the officer said.it is a very multidimensional mosaic of things. I have complete faith, that becomes a problem. When people from across the country will come out to support us they will say that they haven’t seen such a miserable model of development,had said that the forces who killed Mahatma Gandhi were behind the killing of Dabholkar. Guddu Rangeela.

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Guardiola told reporters at City’s training centre in Manchester. ? — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 12 July 2017 India set a target of 227 for Australia to chase Mithali Raj has been one of India’s most consistent performers in the tournament She has scored 247 runs in the six matches India have played thus far making her the second highest run scorer for the team after Punam Raut She had made her debut for India in the 2004/05 Women’s World Cup She scored a total of 199 runs with an average of 50 in that tournament In 2013 she was ranked as the no 1 batter in ICC Women’s ODI rankings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 11 2017 2:14 pm Demarai Gray has repeatedly expressed his frustration over lack of playing time (Source: AP) Top News Leicester City’s rising winger Demarai Gray is likely to feature more regularly for the first team but he must respect senior players at the Premier League club manager Craig Shakespeare has said The 21-year-old has repeatedly expressed his frustration over lack of playing time after starting just nine of his 21 league appearances and one Champions League match at Leicester last campaign England’s Gray rose to prominence at the European under-21 Championships in June where he scored twice in four matches as Aidy Boothroyd’s side reached the semi-finals and media reports have linked him with moves to Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur “We’ve had those conversations” Shakespeare told British media “I understand the frustration of young players expecting and wanting more time But on the other hand they have to be respectful of their team-mates and who is in front of them “Hopefully he can get more game time He’s a player of huge potential who is rated very highly here among the coaching staff and his own players “He’s a young lad and I understand the frustrations but hopefully this season we will see him playing more” Gray and under-21 team mate Ben Chillwell were given longer breaks following the tournament and Shakespeare was yet to decide if they would travel to Austria for pre-season training or join the squad directly in Hong Kong “Dimi and Ben Chilwell are the only ones we’ve given a longer length of time to” Shakespeare added “We just need to work out whether it’s better to fly them straight to Hong Kong or whether they come here and use the fitness testing around here rather than fly them out there to acclimatise for two days “They wouldn’t really be doing a lot so we’ll have a look at that and assess it” Leicester face West Bromwich Albion in their first pre-season game in the Premier League Asia Trophy in Hong Kong on July 19 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVaranasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday released a postage stamp on different aspects of Lord Ram’s life at the historic Tulsi Manas Mandir and said that Lord Ram was a source of inspiration for every individual PM Narendra Modi launched a postage stamp based on ‘Ramayana’ in Varanasi pictwittercom/s6u6ERa9U9 — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) September 22 2017 "There have been many stamps on Lord Ram but this is the first of its kind stamp which depicts different aspects of his life This has not been done in the past I am happy that I have got the opportunity to do this from the holy soil of Manas" he said Stamps are a wonderful way to preserve history they have a special place in society: PM Modi in Varanasi pictwittercom/iYBFrCIVil — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) September 22 2017 The Tulsi Manas temple has great historical and cultural importance in Hinduism as it was here that Hindu epic Ramcharitmanas was said to have been originally written by poet-saint Goswami Tulsidas File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after releasing the stamps Twitter @ANI "The life of Lord Ram is a source of inspiration for every individual If we look at the life of Mahatma Gandhi we see Lord Ram became a mantra for him since his childhood Every aspect of the life of a great man (mahapurush) and chetnapurush (man who awakens consciousness) like him (Lord Ram) motivates us" The Prime Minister said he could have released the stamp either at New Delhi’s Vigyan Bhawan or his own residence but then a thought came to his mind that it is the auspicious period of Navaratra and in the life of Lord Ram Navratra and Vijayadashami hold special significance "A place where memories of Tulsidas are still alive . There cannot be a better place than this Manas Mandir for releasing the postge stamp" he said He said postage stamps the world over contained history A collection of such stamps would show what transformations a country went through he said The prime minister later visited the Durga Mata Mandir New Delhi: Law enforcement agencies on Tuesday raided the residences and properties of two top opposition leaders P Chidambaram of the Congress and Lalu Prasad of the RJD as well as businessmen in a multi-city crackdown on alleged corruption and benami properties The searches by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Income Tax (I-T) department were condemned by the opposition as "political vendetta" by the Centre with the Congress saying it will not be cowed down by the politics of "revenge" which was the "DNA of the government" But the NDA government hit back saying Tuesday was the day of accountability for the "corrupt" Finance Minister Arun Jaitley stoutly defended the searches asserting that the "day of reckoning" has come for many and they will be held accountable for their misdeeds The CBI searched the homes and offices of Karti Chidambaram son of P Chidambaram a former finance minister across four cities including Chennai for allegedly receiving money from a media firm INX owned by Indrani and Peter Mukerjea to allegedly manipulate a tax probe File image of P Chidambaram AFP Separately the Income Tax department conducted raids and surveys on at least 22 locations in Delhi and adjoining areas in connection with alleged benami deals stated to be worth Rs 1000 crore linked to Lalu Prasad who is the chief of Rashtriya Janata Dal and some of his family members RJD is a partner of the ruling alliance in Bihar that also comprised the JD(U) and the Congress CBI sleuths fanned out across the Chidambarams’ properties in Chennai Mumbai Delhi and Gurugram early in the morning a day after the agency filed an FIR against Karti his company Chess Management Services the Mukerjeas (currently in jail on charges of murdering their daughter Sheena Bora) INX Media Advantage Strategic Consulting Services and its director Padma Vishwanathan The FIR related to charges of criminal conspiracy cheating receiving illegal gratification influencing public servants and criminal misconduct The CBI which searched Chidambaram’s home in Nugambakkam in Chennai also carried out searches at the house of Peter Mukerjea a former media baron in Mumbai sources said It is alleged that Karti received money from INX Media which was promoted by the Mukherjeas for using his influence to manipulate a tax probe against it in a case of violation of Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) conditions to receive investment from Mauritius P Chidambaram came out with a strong statement in response to the searches saying the government was using the CBI and other agencies to target his son to silence his voice The FIPB approval was granted in "hundreds of cases" the senior Congress leader said "The government using the CBI and other agencies is targeting my son and his friends. The government’s aim is to silence my voice and stop me from writing as it has tried to do in the cases of leaders of opposition parties journalists columnists NGOs and civil society organisations" he said But he would continue to speak and write he declared The five secretaries who constitute the FIPB the officials of the FIPB secretariat and the competent authority in each case are public officials Chidambaram said adding that there was no allegation against any of them "There is no allegation against me" he added Karti said he has not done anything wrong and alleged a political vendetta behind the CBI raids against him in connection with the INX Media case "They have not seized any documents and cannot prove any charges against me I have not done anything wrong" Karti told reporters in Chennai The Congress for its part said that none of its leaders or that of the opposition would be cowed down by the politics of "revenge and vendetta" which had "become the DNA of this BJP government" The party accused the BJP of being blinded by revenge to target its opponents and said that it would continue to expose the saffron party before the people "The truth is that revenge has become the DNA of the BJP government We want to reiterate that neither P Chidambaram nor any Congress leader or any other leader of opposition would be deterred or cowed down from fear of the politics of revenge and vendetta" the AICC in-charge of communications Randeep Surjewala said West Bengal chief minister and TMC leader Mamata Banerjee also accused the Centre of unleashing political vendetta Union Minister and BJP leader Piyush Goyal rejected Chidambaram’s charge that he was being targeted for his columns critical of the government and claimed that the issue was why beneficiarie of the FIPB gave "money to the firms owned by his son" The former union finance minister’s columns "did not exactly set the Yamuna on fire" Goyal told reporters and took a dig at Chidambaram saying that he will be accountable for his "son stroke" Rejecting allegations of political vendetta levelled by Prasad and Chidambaram Goyal claimed that the BJP government never comes in the way of law and that investigation agencies work independently IT officials said the department began raiding the premises of some prominent businessmen and real estate agents in Delhi Gurgaon Rewari and few others since early morning in connection with alleged benami deals linked to Lalu Prasad In the national capital tax department teams visited posh localities in New Friends Colony Sainik Farms and few farmhouses in Bijwasan and south Delhi areas Tax department officials said some of the properties allegedly belong to the kin of Lalu Prasad in a ‘benami’ way Prasad however sought to put up a brave face saying he was "not scared at all" and will continue to fight against the "fascist forces" "BJP mein himmat nahi hai ki Lalu ki awaz ko daba sake. Lalu ki awaz dabayenge to desh bhar me karoron Lalu khare ho jayenge. Main gidarbhabhki se nahi darne wala hoon (BJP does not have the courage to stifle my voice. If it tries to silence one Lalu crores of Lalu will come forward I am not scared of empty threats)" he said in a series of tweets The IT officials said the searches are also being conducted at the premises of the son of RJD MP P C Gupta and few other businessmen involved in the purchase and sale of real estate assets "People and businessmen connected to the land deal involving Lalu Prasad and his family are being searched There are allegations of benami deals worth about Rs 1000 crore and subsequent tax evasion" an IT official claimed Written by Vandana Kalra | Published: May 26 2015 12:00 am One of Julian Opie’s works from the series “Winter” Related News The French countryside not how we remember Claude Monet depicting it with his impressionist strokes but how contemporary British artist Julian Opie sees it arrests the viewer The series of 75 landscapes form the view from Opie’s French home In the winter of 2012 the artist took a walk around it finishing at the same spot he started from and taking a photograph every 40 paces Digitally manipulated the prints were laminated to glass and mounted to white chamfered acrylic backing designed by him The series is now visiting India Starting with the British Council in Delhi it is scheduled to travel to Mumbai Kolkata and Goa “This project depicts a cold quiet Northern European landscape which I imagine will contrast strongly with the coming venues I hope the contrast will be refreshing says the artist more well-known for his gripping portraits and animated walking figures like those on a 24-foot high LED tower in Calgary; his reclining nude in glass is stationed at the Gateshead Millennium Bridge in the UK Much of “Winter” is 2D-paintings of landscapes in the grip of winter The muted palette and minimal style seems appropriate for the French rural life; with influences evident from 17th century Dutch landscape paintings to street view on Google Maps “When seen in series I think you can feel the way it moves through space the way you occasionally take stock of the view and use landmarks to gauge your progress” says Opie who came into limelight in the ’80s with his painted metal sculptures “Winter” is a sequel to “Summer” (2012) “I made the first film in summer a time when the French colours are rich and the trees full but I love the landscape in winter too and although winter trees are very hard to draw I made this second set and used the 75 resulting images to make an edition run in itself” adds Opie There is an emotional attachment too The film that accompanies the exhibition and preceded the prints has a melancholy soundtrack by his wife Aniela Another winter from the same spot will look vastly different though “The actual valley depicted is now ruined by a high-speed train track that cuts right through it and this walk is no longer possible” rues Opie The exhibition is on at British Council KG Marg till july 27 Contact: 2371 1401 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: April 8 2013 12:49 am Related News Why the US needs a more measured appoach to the nuclear question The deepening crisis in the Korean Peninsula and the stalled nuclear talks with Iran together are a powerful reminder to the United States that its nonproliferation policies are not working in Asia If George W Bush attempted muscular approaches including preventive war and regime change to stop the spread of nuclear weaponshis successor Barack Obama has put greater emphasis on coercive diplomacy through international sanctions Both approaches have failed The American problem has less to do with the different stratagems that Bush and Obama adopted the former emphasising unilateralism and the later multilateralism It has everything to do with rigid American political assumptions about the meaning and implications of proliferation of nuclear weapons Firstafter the Cold Warthe American strategic community has elevated the proliferation of nuclear weapons to the highest possible level as an existential threat to international peace and security American liberals and conservatives alike whipped themselves into a frenzy about the dangers of nuclear proliferation While the US managed to live with an expansive nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union that saw both sides build thousands of nuclear weapons and deploy them around the worldWashington convinced itself it just cant accept the spread of any nuclear weapon capabilityespecially to regimes like Iran and North Korea Paradoxicallythe proliferation alarmism in the US has turned into a powerful incentive for those regimes seeking to draw American political attention The argument here is not for minimising the dangers from the spread of nuclear weapons It is to suggest that a more measured approach to the nuclear question will make it much easier for the US to pursue its larger interests in different parts of Asia SecondAmericas obsession with nonproliferation has been made worse by the relentless demonisation of the regimes in Iran and North Korea Calling them rogue states and projecting the rulers in Tehran as crazy has prevented the US from taking a political view of the proliferation challenge and building a pragmatic domestic consensus on how to deal with it Seen from a comparative perspectivethoughneither Tehran nor Pyongyang have been more deviant or threatening than the Pakistan army that has actively promoted proliferation and constantly used nuclear blackmail vis-a-vis India and the US Iran and North Korea have not always been opposed to engagement and reconciliation with the US In the immediate aftermath of 9/11 and American intervention in AfghanistanTehran had cooperated with the US North Koreatoohas been willing to negotiate its nuclear option at different times in the last two decades with the US While the popular narrative is that North Korea is an unreliable interlocutorWashington has also backed away from some of the commitments it made to Pyongyang Fear of looking weak and giving away too much, Protesting workers, similar to Trai, This strategy has certainly worked. 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