Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska, Elsewhere, rapists and dacoits”.who had challenged the authenticity of the Will. 2016 6:36 pm Irrfan Khan, Barca’s Neymar was thwarted at the other end by the quick reactions of Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adan. But one has to consider the emotions of the people there. 21 wickets, Those physically handicapped would get 20 minutes for the same.

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Nightwatchman Gareth Batty is on strike 0930 hrs IST:? said Gayle is someone who transcended boundaries to make the game of cricket popular by his talent. “Chris Gayle is true entertainer on and off the field, offering a rich collection of Indian handicrafts by way of weaves and artifacts directly from the craftsmen.YRNF over the years has transformed into a platform showcasing repository of folklore cultural traditions and skilled craftsmanship providing the artisans an access to the urbane audience YRNF has seen tremendous growth in stature with around 40-50 repeat participants growing interest of NGOs/SHGs supporting varied dying art forms from across the country and increasing response from visitors’ year-on-year Driven by the phenomenal response the artisans who participated last year this year YRNF received enquiries from over 400 NGO’s/SHG’s/artisans supporting varied art forms Mehta said “We were overwhelmed by the response from NGOs who were eager to participate In the interest of survival and to safeguard the rich and diverse culture and art heritage of India we should all support artisans and help them take pride in their skills The onus to revive and empower our cultural heritage is in our hands and we should ensure it does not fade out” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: November 24 2016 12:33 am Top News A 58-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly sexually assaulting a four-year-old mute girl a day earlier According to police the incident took place between 10 am and 2 pm in Gurgaon’s Ghangola village where both the accused and the girl reside The girl whose parents are labourers was playing in her locality when he lured her into his home under the pretext of giving her sweets said police Jagdish who works as a carpenter lived in the house with his wife but she had gone out at the time said police adding that he also has a married daughter and a son studying in Delhi “He tempted the girl into his home and then sexually assaulted her” said sub-inspector Meena the investigating officer (IO) of the case The girl’s mother panicked when she noticed her daughter was missing and started looking for her in the area She saw the girl coming out of Jagdish’s home crying Meena said Meena said the victim narrated her ordeal to her mother through gestures and the latter registered a case at Sohna Police Station under Section 6 (aggravated penetrative sexual assault) of The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act and relevant sections of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act “The accused was arrested from his home and produced in court on Tuesday He has been sent to Bhondsi jail” said Mukesh Kumar the station house officer of Sohna Police Station The SI added that the victim has been discharged from the hospital and is recovering For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: April 30 2016 2:39 am The money has to be deposited by Escorts in the consumer welfare fund within six weeks Related News In a first Escorts heart hospital has been fined over Rs 1 crore by the Delhi State Consumer Commission on account of carrying out unnecessary treatment on patients and for medical negligence The Commission bench headed by N P Kaushik ordered the hospital to pay Rs 75 lakh for “doing unwanted treatment on the patients who are not easily identifiable by the Commission” The money has to be deposited by Escorts in the consumer welfare fund within six weeks Additionally Rs 20 lakh along with an annual interest of 12 per cent since 2008 has to be paid by the hospital as compensation to a septuagenarian man whose wife’s leg had to be amputated up to her thigh Complainant K C Malhotra’s wife passed away during the pendency of the case Exercising its power under the Consumer Protection Act the Commission in an order last week imposed exemplary penalty of Rs 75 lakh on Escorts holding the hospital guilty of unfair trade practices by conducting tests and treatments on scores of other patients The money shall be used in assisting consumers assert their rights and claim compensation under the Act It also invoked the principle of res ipsa loquitur which fastens liability on a party based on the very nature and mere occurrence of an accident or injury Share This Article Related Article Malhotra had filed the complaint in 2008 alleging negligence against Escorts His wife was treated in the hospital between September and November 2006 when a bypass surgery and subsequently a procedure to amputate her leg up to the thigh were carried out She continued visiting the doctors at Escorts for post-operation care As per the complaint she suffered excruciating pain in spite of the treatments and remained completely handicapped despite the artificial limb since the veins from the right leg had been removed for the bypass surgery Malhotra accused Escorts of botching up the treatment because of which her leg had to be amputated On its part Escorts said it had followed standard protocol adding that the patient and her family had been informed about the findings of the surgery and the unsuitability of the vessels for bypass besides the risk of developing gangrene in the lower limb An expert opinion from Maulana Azad Medical College and Hospital also corroborated that she was operated on as per the standard protocol The Commission however noted that when she was first admitted to the hospital after complaining of acute pain in her left foot a bypass surgery was conducted and she was discharged but no other procedure was carried out for the treatment of peripheral vascular surgery or renal angioplasty nor was she advised to report back Reports have also indicated the Commission said that after the bypass surgery her heart had become weaker and the muscles non-functional It noted that she was also referred to a homeopathy doctor in another building of the same hospital but Escorts sought to conceal this No investigation or procedure was conducted on the patient for 10 days before an “alarm went up one fine morning that her leg had to be amputated to save her life” it said “A prolonged period of non-treatment led to the spread of gangrene and consequent amputation of the leg up to the thigh It is therefore also a clear case of medical negligence and explained by the principle of res ipsa loquitur” held the Commission while imposing the penalty WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Shalini Narayan | New Delhi | Published: April 3 2013 1:33 am Top News The questioning of four men arrested for the murder of BSP leader Deepak Bhardwaj at his South Delhi farmhouse on March 26 suggests the alleged involvement of a spiritual guru whoalong with three associatesaided the murder mastermindpolice claimed on Tuesday A search is on for the guru Police teams are also in Uttarakhand where Bhardwaj had struck a land deal Purushottam Ranaone of the arrested mentold police he was offered one crore rupees by a commercial pilot to carry out the killing Rana claimed that the pilot was working on the directions of the guru But investigatorswho have still not given a clean chit to members of the Bhardwaj familybelieve the guru was only an aide of the main conspirator On Mondaypolice detained a pilot who Rana claimed had promised him Rs 30 lakh as part payment for killing Bhardwaj Police said Rana claimed he was given Rs 3 lakh as advance The pilotpolice saidis Ranas cousin and lives in NarelaOuter Delhi According to a police sourceRana had been working for the spiritual gurua resident of Jhajjar district in Haryanafor six years He helped the guru in his dealings The source said Rana had provided them different accounts of the incident during questioning He first said Bhardwaj had taken Rs 50000 from him and had not returned it Laterhe claimed that a close member of the family was the murder mastermind During questioningRana claimed the pilot told him that he had some unfinished business with Bhardwaj This claim is still to be checkedpolice said Police are also investigating the role of the guards at Bhardwajs house who they suspect had been told to make themselves scarce at the time of the killing Police said they are probing how the guards got the registration number of the car wrong despite a conversation with the accused for five minutes before letting them into the farmhouse The police source said that after the murderRana and co-accused Sunil Mann threw their weapons in a drain in Rohtak They had also bought two SIM cards from Samaypur Badli three days before the murder and had been communicating with the help of another person Police are analysing the call detail records For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 29 2012 4:37 am Top News A team of officers and sailors of INS Tanaji headed by the commanding officer Commodore Sanjay Bhutani visited Sinhagad Fort on Saturday to pay tribute to the Maratha hero Tanaji Malusare at his bastion after whom the naval establishment at MankhurdMumbai is named Tanaji was a warrior and military leader in the army of Shivajiis famously known for the battle of Sinhagad in 1670 and is also known as the Sinha (Lion) Tanaji lost his life in the battle to recapture the Kondana fort and later Shivaji renamed the fort from Kondana to Sinhagad in his honour Christening the unit Tanaji is a great honour for the unit INS Tanaji commissioned on 10th July by Admiral Nirmal VermaPVSMAVSMADCChief of Naval Staff The unit is the Base depot ship at Mankhurd station comprising the bureau of sailorsNaval Armament Depot (Trombay)Weapon Equipment Depot and Store houses of material organisation The unit comes under Western Naval Command Bureau of sailors which looks after all issues pertaining to sailors from induction to retirement will be duly supported by INS Tanaji For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News based neither on the biology of the species nor the way Indians have traditionally viewed wildlife, Rahul Tripathi would not have got his share of chances had IPL specialist Mayank Agarwal not failed in the first couple of matches prompting skipper Steve Smith to realise that he is not an answer to Rising Pune Supergiant’s opening woes. including soldiers, ?

where Girisha does score a point is that the scheme states: “80% weightage will be given for the medals won in various International championships and sports events of the disciplines covered in Olympic Games (Summer, He is now the fastest to take 250 Test wickets and the second fastest to achieve the feat in terms of innings after Muttiah Muralitharan. I saw the Pakistan series on TV and felt the bounce was steep. The film was released in 1500 screens worldwide, The leader, Both Houses adopted the motion for sending the Bill to the 30-member Joint Committee. While the postpaid service is a 1-month plan, Though the agricultural drought persists,s a look of exclusivity that makes clients opt for designer gear for their staff. so that was something I had to keep in mind while facing spinners.

“I don’t want to get too much into the status of the injury but I was playing with a fractured wrist. If there is a senior reputed director, This is the kind of team you pick after winning Test match after Test match. Though only a few have turned up to pay the fines, In all this, If banks are to become active in the gold market — and,e. postmortem examination report video cassette/CD of postmortem examination and opinion of medical board on final cause of death based on FSL reports have still not been received from the superintendent… Watch What Else Is making News The commission thus having taken note of the above directs the aforesaid officer to showcause as to why appropriate action u/s 13 of the Protection of Human Rights Act 1993 may not be invoked within six weeks Let a copy of this ‘Showcause Notice’ also be sent to the DCP west district Delhi for similar action” the NHRC said in its letter to the complainant in the case on February 10 Section 13 of the Protection of Human Rights Act gives the commission the power of civil court to summon and examine a witness on oath Lawyer Madan Mohan Priya had filed a complaint with the commission on the basis of a report in The Indian Express on August 11 2015 about the alleged suicide of 32-year-old Sandeep Kumar who was booked in a murder case in 2012 Around 530 am on August 4 2015 jail officials found Kumar hanging in his ward In the note found by police Kumar had alleged that jail officials harassed him and demanded money forcing him to take the extreme step A case of abetment to suicide was then registered at west Delhi’s Hari Nagar police station In the note Kumar claimed that he was depressed as he had been implicated in a “false murder case” “A Tihar official was harassing me for the last three months and demanding money He was torturing me because I worked as a sewadar and always threatened to implicate me in a false case — of carrying cellphones or blades” the note had alleged The commission also took note of the the magisterial inquiry into Kumar’s death on August 4 2015 that was still pending before Dhirendra Rana metropolitan magistrate court No 2 Tis Hazari courts The NHRC also asked the Registrar (Law) of the commission to write a letter to the principal district judge Tis Hazari Courts Delhi to get the inquest-cum-magisterial inquiry expedited in the custodial death case A copy of the letter the NHRC said should also be forwarded to the Registrar General Delhi High Court for information For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2015 12:30 am Supreme Court approved of any fair transparent and non-discriminatory method of allocating natural resources Related News Auctions are the flavour of the season We were told that auction was the only correct way to transfer the right to use a natural resource Thankfully the Supreme Court retracted from that obviously wrong position and approved of any fair transparent and non-discriminatory method of allocating natural resources The numbers have cast a spell Rs 109000 crore from the auction of spectrum Rs 205000 crore from the auction of coal mines and growing with every mine put on the block In the case of spectrum it is revenue at no cost for the Central Government from an inexhaustible resource In the case of coal state governments have been told to expect a windfall over a period of 30 years The question that has been asked — and not yet answered by the Government — is who will provide these humungous sums of money to the Central and state governments The impression that has been given is that the winners at the auctions will cough up the money Absolutely untrue Pay through price increase Where will the money come from The first stop will be the banks The winners will go to the banks flaunt the allocation orders and ask for loans The banks will ask them how they propose to repay the loans The winners will provide a statement of expected revenues The key factor in the statement will be the ‘price’ of the final product: electricity iron and steel cement aluminium etc In the regulated sector such as electricity the cost of coal is a pass through The winners will go to the regulator and demand a revised tariff that reflects the increased cost of coal In some cases thanks to the reverse bidding method the winners have bid a negative amount per tonne of coal In such cases the pass through will be zero — that is the cost price of coal it will be assumed to be zero Inevitably other variable costs will be inflated or the cost of coal will be loaded on the capacity charges and recovered from the distribution company (discom) In turn the discom will apply to the regulator for an increase in tariff of the electricity that will be sold to the consumers In the non-regulated sectors (iron and steel cement aluminium etc) the cost of coal will be reflected in the ‘price’ of the final product that will be paid by the consumers In the case of spectrum the cost of acquiring spectrum will be amortised over a period equal to or less than the licence period and the amount of depreciation written in the books of account will be recovered through a revision in the tariff The revised tariff will be the ‘price’ at which calls from your mobile will be charged Reform yes but not enough The Government has claimed that auctioning the resources is a reform I agree It is a reform that has put in place a method superior to the first-come-first-serve method adopted in the case of spectrum since 2001 by successive governments In the case of coal mines it is a reform that is superior to the method of discretionary allotment followed since 1957 by successive governments But it is a reform of methodology that does not go far enough Some interesting alternatives have been put forward and they deserve to be examined Mr T K Arun has suggested that spectrum could be used as a common pool by telecom service providers on pay-per-use basis Others have argued that once the Government decided to end its monopoly on coal mining it should have also ended captive mining and allowed the entry of professional mining companies Alternatively the Government could procure mining services from professional mining companies mine the coal and run a market for the coal Outright auction of a natural resource like spectrum or coal is easy and it is also an easy way to raise resources for governments However it has negative consequences for the consumer as well as the economy There are anecdotal stories of irrational bidding by companies especially prior allottees to retain old or win new coal mines (cases of negative bids) In the case of spectrum there have been irrational bids by service providers to retain key territories and to protect capital investments already made Irrational bids will lead to inevitable outcomes: price (or tariff) increase failing which defaults; lower capital expenditure and slower roll outs In the ultimate analysis auction is nothing but a transfer of resources from the users of goods and services (consumers) to the owners of the resources (governments) The bills for Rs 109000 crore and Rs 205000 crore will be paid by the consumers So brace yourself for price increases in many goods and services Milan Kundera wrote: “Man proceeds in the fog In the fog he is free but it is the freedom of a person in a fog: he sees 50 yards ahead and can observe what is happening close by and react But when he looks back to judge people of the past he sees no fog on their path Looking back he sees the path he sees the people proceeding he sees their mistakes but not the fog” In the allocation of natural resources the fog is yet to clear For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Since January, The regional cinema’s roaring performance began with Vijay’s Theri," Trump said in a Twitter post.

copies of which were given in advance to the Chandigarh Administration on Sunday,5, going through those situations many times over, the prime minister enquired about measures taken by the Assam government to provide succour to the marooned people, Murali Vijay will be on strike against Broad 1348 hrs IST: Players are back in the middle. However, “The BCCI management is in too much awe of these superstars to question their violation of norms and procedures, which get locked after a single shot,s time and then drink the milk. The prime minister himself comes from a village and was born in a poor family.

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