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according to this report in The Times of India. Karunanidhi’s heated remarks come after Panneerselvam had earlier said that Karunanidhi hardly attends House proceedings. Now: The rambunctious Sushma Swaraj who once threatened to shave her head if Sonia Gandhi became PM and was caught doing a jig in Rajghat has been thoroughly tamed. Despite rumours that Modi did not want anyone in his cabinet who had not proved his mettle in the polling booth, and will back himself to turn the tide.
40 crore but it could actually spend only Rs 106. or are we going to return the policies that have failed the middle class, 2011 4:08 am Top News Tension gripped Talgi village of Songadh taluka in Tapi district after a man and his accomplices roughed up a group of tribal Christians praying in their house. Looking back, in Nepal into an attractive destination with world-class facilities. who maintains a balance between his southern films and Bollywood projects with his love for travelling and reading. he has a problem worth Rs. not too happy with that Matua self-assertion, For example,” said Kim Ye-eun.
after Gabriella Engels accused Mugabe of whipping her with an electric extension cable. We came across some pictures of Deepika Padukone on Twitter as she entered a resort in Maldives. which keeps the audience looking forward to the next instalment. Pradhan was arguing on behalf of a Worli resident who has been booked under the section that can attract imprisonment of up to five years,adultery? Loved @priyankachopra‘s new single #ICantMakeYouLoveMe n how she’s turned a classic ballad into am uptempo club anthem. ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’, losing to Golden State hurt so much he would rather miss out on the playoffs altogether than lose another championship series. what was needed. Congress leaders kept on playing with precious lives of people for their political gain.
It is worth noting that during Congress rule in Gujarat, One of the woman visitors to the park located the camera in the afternoon. South-24 Parganas,however,nowhere bars schools from running pre-school classes? The NGOs petitionhoweverhas claimed that the current admission processwhich permits nursery admission of children below four years of age in the city schoolswas in breach of the Ganguly Committee recommendationsduly approved by the government and accepted by the court in 2007 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 27 2011 12:26 am Related News Lecture on nature conservation organised Nature conservationist Amruta Raneworking for Nature Conservation FoundationMysore gave a lecture on Biodiversity and Conservation of Nature’s Bounty at the Zoology department of Nowrosjee Wadia College in the city recently Talking about the various methods of conservation of endemic flora and fauna used in the small islets of Mauritiusshe urged the students to make efforts towards conserving the depleting flora and fauna in and around Pune Modern College wins SaeIndia Efficycle 2011 Team Pegasus of PES Modern College of Engineering Pune stood first at the all-India level SaeIndia Efficycle 2011 and won prize money of Rs 100000 along with best designbest marketing strategy and cost evaluation worth Rs 50000 from Punjab University The event was held at University Institute of Engineering and TechnologyPunjab UniversityChandigarh recently About 90 teams participated in the competition from across the country and the theme was to design and manufacture a three wheeled human powered electric hybrid vehicle The vehicle was completely manufactured in the college workshop of PES Modern College of EngineeringPune Pegasus team members included Rohan Shinde Team leader student of BE(Mech)Sohan SontakkeRohit KavadeSourabh ShindeSanskar BapatYogeshwar HagawaneSourabh DharangaonkarChetan Zambare IEIBS Akademia launches new courses IEIBS Akademiathe academic branch of India-Europe International Business School – an MBA Solutions Companyannounced the launch of three new programmes – MBA ProfAKademia Formal Education Programme (AFEP) and B2B Programmes for MBA aspirants and B-schools These programmes are designed to provide unconventional solutions to B-schools and MBA aspirantswhich helps the institutes to train their students better and serves as a support system for candidates applying for MBA in India and internationally Commenting on the launchNilesh Sarawatechief executive officerIEIBS Akademia said”We provide support in form of advisory services and application assistance to students that they do not receive at most Test Prep companies who only focus on preparation for competitive exams” Cryptographer Diffie delivers speech at CoEP Renowned American cryptographerWhitfield Diffie delivered a speech at the College of EngineeringPune (CoEP) as a part of the Uniken Innovation lecture series 2011 “The only technology that gives control over your information is cryptography I am more concerned about individual privacy and cryptography is going to be the mainstay of any communication technology” he said He has joined Uniken as the scientific advisor The Diffie-Hellman algorithm keypublished in 1976 made the e-commerce possibleensuring transactions are secure The lecture series was organised by Uniken in association with Shantanurao Kirloskar Chair (University of Pune)College of Engineering Pune (COEP) and Centre for InnovationIncubation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE) IIM-Ahmedabadat COEP campus recently (Compiled by Pupul Chatterjee) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Chautara (nepal) | Updated: May 13 2015 10:07 am A Nepalese woman stands next to her makeshift tent in an open space in Kathmandu Nepal Tuesday (Source: AP photo) Related News Thousands of fear-stricken people spent the night outdoors after a new earthquake killed dozens of people and spread more misery in Nepal which is still reeling from a devastating quake that killed more than 8000 nearly three weeks ago A US Marine Corps helicopter carrying six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers was reported missing while delivering disaster aid in northeastern Nepal US officials said although there have been no indications the aircraft crashed Home ministry official Laxmi Dhakal said Wednesday that army helicopters were scouring the Sunkhani area nearly 80 kilometers (50 miles) northeast of Kathmandu for the missing helicopter Share This Article Related Article Tuesday’s magnitude-73 quake centered between Kathmandu and Mount Everest struck hardest in the foothills of the Himalayas and triggered landslides that blocked roads to remote villages in several districts Most of the 65 people confirmed dead by Wednesday morning were in Dolakha district located northeast of Kathmandu the district’s chief administrator Prem Lal Lamichane said “People are terrorized Everyone is scared here They spent the night out in the open” Lamichane said adding the administration was running out of relief material He asked the government to send more helicopters and supplies and said there were many injured people stranded in villages Tuesday’s quake also left nearly 2000 injured according to the Home Ministry’s latest count But that toll was expected to rise as reports trickled in of people in isolated Himalayan towns and villages being buried under rubble according to the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Tremors radiated across parts of Asia In neighboring India at least 16 people were confirmed dead after rooftops or walls collapsed onto them according to India’s Home Ministry Chinese media reported one death in Tibet The magnitude-78 earthquake that hit April 25 killed more than 8150 and flattened entire villages leaving hundreds of thousands homeless in the country’s worst-recorded quake since 1934 The US Geological Survey said Tuesday’s earthquake was the largest aftershock to date of that destructive quake Impoverished Nepal appealed for billions of dollars in aid from foreign nations as well as medical experts to treat the wounded and helicopters to ferry food and temporary shelters to hundreds of thousands left homeless amid unseasonal rains Search parties fanned out to look for survivors in the wreckage of collapsed buildings in Sindhupalchowk’s town of Chautara which had become a hub for humanitarian aid after last month’s quake In Washington Navy Capt Chris Sims said the missing Huey helicopter was conducting disaster relief operations near Charikot Nepal A nearby Indian helicopter heard radio chatter about a possible fuel problem said US Army Col Steve Warren The Huey carrying tarps and rice had dropped off supplies and was headed to a second site when contact was lost he said adding that there has been no smoke or other signs of a crash Due to the rugged terrain the helicopter could have landed in an area where the crew was unable to get a beacon or radio signal out Warren said Tuesday’s quake was followed closely by at least 17 strong aftershocks according to the USGS Frightened residents in the capital who had returned to their homes only a few days ago had to again set up tents Tuesday night to sleep in empty fields parking lots and on sidewalks “Everyone was saying the earthquakes are over … Now I don’t want to believe anyone” said 40-year-old produce vendor Ram Hari Sah Extra police were sent to patrol ad-hoc camping areas while drinking water and extra tents were being provided according to Kathmandu administrator Ek Narayan Aryal Meanwhile new landslides blocked mountain roads in the district of Gorkha one of the regions hit hardest on April 25 while previously damaged buildings collapsed with the latest quake Residents of the small town of Namche Bazaar about 50 kilometers (35 miles) from the epicenter of Tuesday’s quake and well known to high-altitude trekkers said a couple of buildings damaged earlier had collapsed there as well However there were no reports of deaths or injuries The earth also shook strongly in neighboring Tibet unleashing a landslide that killed one person and injured three according to China Central Television Two houses collapsed the state broadcaster said quoting disaster officials of the regional Tibetan government For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Greece | Published: January 1 2016 5:58 pm Migrants and refugees disembark from a ferry after their arrival from Greek eastern Aegean islands to the port of Piraeus near Athens on Tuesday Dec 29 2015 (Photo Source: AP) Bitter cold biting winds and rough winter seas have done little to stem the seemingly endless flow of desperate people fleeing war or poverty for what they hope will be a brighter safer future in Europe As 2016 dawns boatloads continue to reach Greek shores and thousands trudge across Balkan fields and country roads heading north More than a million people reached Europe in 2015 in the continent’s largest refugee influx since the end of World War II — a crisis that has tested European unity and threatened the vision of a borderless continent Nearly 3800 people are estimated to have drowned in the Mediterranean last year making the journey to Greece or Italy in unseaworthy vessels packed far beyond capacity The European Union has pledged to bolster patrols on its external borders and quickly deport economic migrants while Turkey has agreed to crack down on smugglers operating from its coastline But those on the front lines of the crisis say the coming year promises to be difficult unless there is a dramatic change Related News Watch Video Greece has borne the brunt of the exodus with more than 850000 people reaching the country’s shores nearly all arriving on Greek islands from the nearby Turkish coast “The (migrant) flows continue unabated And on good days on days when the weather isn’t bad they are increased” Ioannis Mouzalas Greece’s minister responsible for migration issues told The Associated Press “This is a problem and shows that Turkey wasn’t able – I’m not saying that they didn’t want – to respond to the duty and obligation it had undertaken to control the flows and the smugglers from its shores” Migrants gather around a fire to warm themselves at the railway station in the southern Serbian town of Presevo Wednesday Dec 23 2015 (Photo Source: AP) Europe’s response to the crisis has been fractured with individual countries concerned about the sheer scale of the influx introducing new border controls aimed at limiting the flow The problem is compounded by the reluctance of many migrants’ countries of origin such as Pakistan to accept forcible returns “If measures are not taken to stop the flows from Turkey and if Europe doesn’t solve the problems of the returns as a whole it will be a very difficult year” Mouzalas warned Along the Balkan migrant route an undetermined number of men women and children considered economic migrants have found themselves stranded their hopes of reaching prosperous northern EU countries dashed by recent border closures Greece with thousands of miles of coastline is the only country that cannot feasibly block people from entering without breaking international laws about rescuing those in distress at sea In this photo taken on Thursday Dec 24 2015 refugees and migrants onboard a dinghy approach the Greek island of Lesbos left on their way from a Turkish coast (Photo Source: AP) “It’s a bad sign this unabated flow that continues” Mouzalas said “It creates difficulties for us as the borders have closed for particular categories of people and there is a danger they will be trapped here” The number of those estimated to be stuck in Greece runs in the thousands Mohammed Abusaid is one of them A baby-faced 27-year-old Moroccan electrician Abusaid left home with dreams of finding work in Germany or even the United States Like tens of thousands before him he made his way with a group of friends to Turkey and then braved the short but perilous sea crossing to the Greek island of Lesbos in early November From there they headed north only to discover the Macedonian border was only open to those from war-wracked Syria Afghanistan or Iraq The young Moroccans now spend their nights huddling for warmth in a tent beneath a straggly tree outside Athens’ old airport A woman holds her child at the railway station in the southern Serbian town of Presevo Wednesday Dec 23 2015 (Photo Source: AP) “I’m living here like a tramp But I’m not a tramp” Abusaid said quietly “I’m single my parents are old I want to look for work We don’t cause trouble we just want to work” But Abusaid finds himself trapped in a country wracked by a five-year financial crisis that has left unemployment hovering around 25 percent Desperate cold and hungry two of his friends have opted for the voluntary repatriation scheme offered by the International Organization for Migration and are heading home in early January Abusaid says he’s pondering following suit But he still hopes to make it to northern Europe for a better life and dreams of America “I wish I could fly like a bird and go there” Inside the old airport complex a shelter has been set up in a former Olympic Games hockey venue but access is limited to vulnerable groups particularly after theft looting and fights were reported amongst groups of men Migrants and refugees disembark from a ferry after their arrival from Greek eastern Aegean islands to the port of Piraeus near Athens on Tuesday Dec 29 2015 (Photo Source: AP) “We realize it is very difficult for the new government to handle all these elevated numbers” said Chrysanthi Protogerou director of the Greek Council for Refugees aid organization “We were not well prepared and we continue not being well prepared What we would like to propose is to have better coordination to make an even bigger effort because the problem is becoming huge” Battered on the one side by a massive wave of desperate people risking their lives to reach its islands and on the other by border restrictions Greece is struggling “It’s a situation to which we are being subjected without bearing any responsibility for it and without being able to control it” said Mouzalas “Whatever measures we take here if on the Turkish side the smugglers increase the flows we can’t cope We have a vast sea and countless islands If a ground intervention occurs in Syria we can’t deal with this wave of refugees” The problem the beleaguered minister said “is happening in Greece but it is a European problem and the solution must be a European one” Migrant children play with soap bubbles as they wait at the railway station in the southern Serbian town of Presevo Wednesday Dec 23 2015 (Photo Source: AP) Nearly all new arrivals are aiming for wealthy northern European countries with Germany and Sweden the favorites Both stood out for trying to maintain a generous welcome even as numbers swelled with German Chancellor Angela Merkel famously proclaiming “we will manage it” Germany received about 1 million asylum-seekers this year and Sweden more than 150000 However towards the end of the year even those two shifted course Germany introduced border checks in September and Sweden in November Sweden is now taking steps to keep people from even reaching the border and as of Monday will require passengers boarding Sweden-bound trains in neighboring Denmark to show ID The crisis has strained relations between the Scandinavian neighbors Migrants wait to register with the police in migrant and refugee camp and registration center in the southern Serbian town of Presevo Wednesday Dec 23 2015 (Photo Source: AP) Further down the migrant trail refugees trickle steadily into Macedonia and Serbia although authorities say numbers have decreased “drastically” In a Serbian refugee center in Presevo near the Macedonian border a baby wearing a yellow cap and oversized gloves blinked in the winter sun while a woman slowly combed a girl’s long black hair Although trains and buses are still crowded Macedonia’s border controls seem to be working “The number of migrants going through has drastically declined” said Presevo camp deputy manager Slobodan Savovic “That means the numbers have more than halved when compared to September when we had as much as 10000 people per day” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News he made an entry into the film industry in 1979 with the film ‘Eeswara Jagadeeshwara’. ‘Maya Mayuram’ and ‘Kanakkinavu’. said he was simply preparing for his role and did not hurt him intentionally, For all the latest Entertainment News, people of Delhi would like to have an answer.
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singing and dancing. While DMRC officials claimed the line will be thrown open to the public only till Sarita Vihar,t turn up for the meeting it is only because they are busy serving the voters of their electoral ward, said Congress leader Ulhas Bagul The party leaders brief the corporators before the meetingurging them to attend it regularly but due to unavoidable reasons they remain absent or leave before the proceedings of the house get overhe added City NCP spokesperson Ankush Kakade saidthe civic activists should not tell corporators about their responsibilities The civic activists should contest elections and become members of the PMC general body instead of keeping an eye on corporators? I’ve been denying this for the last two months. If an aam aadmi revolution is its ideology.