I will just wait and hope for the best.Season 4 of ISL promises to be just as exciting as the previous seasons” The highest priced among the FC Goans players Lenny Rodrigues said: “I am excited about the fourth season The first three years have been fantastic Whichever team picks me for the draft I will give my best for the club and hope to win the trophy this season” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 21 2017 6:09 am The decision was taken during a recently-held meeting of the board of directors of the PMPML administration Top News THE PUNE Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Ltd (PMPML) administration said on Sunday that its board of directors have approved the increase in fine on passengers travelling without tickets The fine has been increased from Rs 100 to Rs 300 and the decision will take effect from August 22 said an official The decision meanwhile has drawn flak from commuter organisations in the city The transport body has also decided to clamp down on those “misusing” the passenger passes by increasing the fine to Rs 500 per day if a passenger is found to be using a tampered or expired pass According to an official around 12 lakh passengers commute everyday from different parts of the city by PMPML buses PMPML spokesperson Subhash Gaikwad said the decision to increase the fine for ticketless traveller was taken keeping in mind the increased fare structure The increase in the fine amount comes after seven years he added “It has been observed that most of the time many passengers travel without tickets or use expired passes The decision was taken during a recently-held board meeting” he said Gaikwad added that misuse of student or monthly passes was also an area of concern and the transport body didn’t have any robust plan to curb it “We used to impose a penalty ranging between Rs 100 and 250 for those using an expired or tampered pass Now it has been decided that the fine would be increased to Rs 500 per day It means that if your pass had expired on August 20 and you were found using it on August 23 you will have to shell out a fine of Rs 1500” he said He added that the passengers who are unable to pay the fine or would refuse to do so would face legal action According to officials in July the PMPML had found 3760 passengers travelling without buying tickets The maximum ticket fare is Rs 50 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: July 5 2017 4:27 am Dead cows at Rapar cattle pound on Sunday Express Photo Related News The post-mortem on carcasses of 65 cows and calves found dead in a cattle pound in Rapar taluka of Kutch district on Sunday has concluded cyanide poisoning as the cause of death This is the second such incident in Kutch in about a year The incident took place at the Bakna Vid cattle pound of Shri Jivdaya Mandal popularly known as Rapar panjrapol located 7 km from Rapar town It is a trust running three cattle pounds in Rapar with around 8000 animals Cattle-herders noticed some cows falling unconscious around 730 pm Rajendra Kothari manager of the mandal on Tuesday said “After our caretakers complained of animals falling unconscious we rushed some veterinarians to the spot Unfortunately of 95 sick cows and calves we could save only 30” Rapar witnessed seven inch of rain within a few hours last Thursday and moderate rain continued over the next two days Earlier it was suspected that flooding of the pound due to the rain caused the incident but authorities denied it Shailesh Chaudhary a government veterinary officer in Rapar clarified “Post-mortem of the cows established that they died of cyanide poisoning which had accumulated in green fodder they were fed Saturday afternoon Cyanide content remains high in tender fodder and drinking water after consuming such fodder can prove fatal for the cattle However these deaths are not related to rain” Kothari said the millet fodder had come from nearby villages like Kakarva Adoi and others “We require around 10 truck-load of fodder every day All the animals were given the green fodder on Saturday But veterinarians told us that drinking water after consuming cyanide-affected fodder could prove fatal So the cows which drank water after consuming millet stalks fell sick and 65 of them died” he said Parts of the arid Kutch district were declared partially scarcity-hit and the state government has been providing relief in form of hay distributed at token rates Hamir Vaghela in-charge mamlatdar of Rapar said “Fodder is being distributed in Rapar as well We have a grass depot at Fatehgadh However not all the panjarapols are buying grass from there” The government recently amended Gujarat Animal Preservation Act early this year and made slaughter of cow an offence punishable by life imprisonment and enhanced punishment for sale storage or transportation of beef In April last year 24 cows and calves had died at Narayan Sarovar Gaushala and Panjrapol at Narayan Sarovar village in Lakhpat taluka of Kutch after eating maize fodder which had developed nitrite poison due to lack of ventilation after being cut from the field For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: May 20 2017 5:03 pm Mahesh Babu film directed by AR Murugadoss has been postponed again Related News In a news that could come as a disappointment to the fans of Telugu star Mahesh babu the release date of his upcoming espionage thriller Spyder has reportedly been postponed one more time Earlier director AR Murugadoss had announced on his Twitter page that the much-awaited Tamil-Telugu film will hit the screens on June 23 It was later shifted to August due to a delay in wrapping up the final schedule of the film The latest media reports suggest that the release of the film has been postponed further due to post-production reasons According to reports the film crew requires more time for the post-production involving some graphics work The shooting of the film will go on until the last week of May So the director has decided to push the release date to September Going by the reports the release of Spyder might clash with director Puri Jagannadh’s upcoming film starring Balakrishna as it has already been confirmed to release on September 29 The shooting of the untitled project is going on at a steady pace The film crew flew to Portugal earlier this month for a 40-day schedule where the filmmakers will shoot a few fight sequences 3 songs and some other important scenes After this the unit will fly down to Hyderabad where the last schedule of the film will take place in the last week of June Read |Mahesh Babu to star opposite MS Dhoni: The Untold Story actor Kiara Advani Puri Jagannadh’s directorial is the 101st film in Balakrishna’s career and stars Shriya Saran as the female lead She had also shared screen space with Balayya in the latter’s 100th film – Gautamiputra Satakarni Mahesh has been shooting for Spyder since July last year as Murugadoss is taking is easy to complete the project The production of Spyder has reportedly taken more time than expected affecting Mahesh’s other film commitments After wrapping up his Tamil debut Mahesh will join the sets of Bharat Ane Nenu which will be directed by Koratala Siva For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 16 2017 2:45 am (Representational Image) Top News THE MUMBAI Crime Branch on Thursday arrested a jeweller and his aide for allegedly duping a Navi Mumbai resident of Rs 120 crore The duo who are Mira Road residents police said lured the businessman to invest money in their jewellery shop They offered 30 per cent returns on the investment But after the businessman made the payment the accused started avoiding him and threatened him following which an FIR was registered According to the police the accused Ravindra Soni (52) who is into jewellery servicing met the 37-year-old Navi Mumbai resident who has a steel and welding material supply business in July 2013 The businessman who has five industries across the state was then looking to invest in a land deal However the deal had not worked out In 2014 Soni told him that he and his partner Preetam Singh (45) had a jewellery shop in Borivali and that the businessman could invest in their shop The accused promised a return of 30 per cent of the invested amount an officer said Initially the businessman did not seem interested but over a period of time Soni convinced him to invest Rs 120 crore “During a span of two years the businessman through Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) transferred Rs 120 crore into the accounts opened in the name of two jewellery shops” an officer said The complainant had been promised Rs 160 crore in two months he added Later when the complainant approached the duo the accused kept delaying the repayment Eventually they gave him three cheques for the amount all of which bounced The 37-year-old businessman sent the accused a notice through a lawyer Later when the complainant asked them to pay the money they owed him the accused allegedly manhandled him and threatened him The complainant then approached a magistrate’s court and gave an application for an FIR against them “Based on the magistrate order earlier this month the Kasturba Marg Police registered an FIR Following that we tracked the location of the accused to a Vile Parle-based jewellery shop from where they were arrested on Thursday” a crime branch officer said The accused were produced in court and remanded in police custody till June 21 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington: US President Barack Obama has asked his top national security team to intensify their anti-ISIS efforts to ensure that the US is doing everything possible to degrade and destroy the dreaded terror outfit the White House has said "The President directed his team to continue to intensify efforts to degrade and destroy ISIL and to ensure that the US is doing everything possible to disrupt any ISIL external plotting efforts including by continuing our strong leadership in the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL" the White House said on Mondayafter Obama’s meeting with top officials File photo of US President Barack Obama AP Obama met with key members of his counter-terrorism and homeland security team to discuss the efforts following the horrific 22 March ISIL terrorist attacks in Brussels that killed more than 35 people the White House said "The President was briefed that there is currently no specific credible intelligence of any plot to conduct similar attacks here in the US" it said Obama’s team also apprised him of recent expanded information-sharing activities with international partners and ways that the US is working to disrupt and counter external plots emanating from ISIL-controlled territory "Additionally the President received briefings on ongoing efforts to address ISIL’s use of the Internet to recruit followers incite them to violence and mobilise them to engage in attacks in the US and abroad" the White House said Next Ishita stands to say something and as she is about to speak, The discussion was held as a part of the 14th VLSI (very-large-scale integration) Design and Test Symposium (VDAT) conference. 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