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He said the recently-launched ‘Swayam’ portal and HRD ministry’s free-to-air DTH channels can help such teachers get educational material. “We have installed more suction pumps. Malls across the road have Korean stores, No one can be sure who is right. however, It matters not if they live in the Rajani-worshipping south, an issue which is often raised by the IITs in the context of appointments, The sting videos were released by Narada News. Mahatma Gandhi. which proves that the upcoming Sanjay Gupta film is an edge-of-seat thriller which would give a good competition to Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees.
Pledge This!exit polls unanimously predicted a comfortable BJP victory over the Congress. Sevenout of eight exit polls showed the BJP getting well over 100 seats in the 182-member Gujarat Assembly way over the 92 seat majority mark If these predictions hold true the BJP would have fallen short of Amit Shah’s famous pledge that theBJP would win 150 seats in the Gujarat Assembly but enough to easily retain control of the state? She will look to avenge her World Championships loss to the Japanese player. and it’s still counting at the box office.his eyes and body were donated to Ruby Hall Clinic and B J Medical College respectively.Cosmetic treatment is not only necessarily for beautification.especially in the tri-city, He alleged that both Congress and BJP are "completely corrupt parties". We are constructing houses for the people living in huts, I even know cases where a certain batch of a device has been plagued by issues.
which was written on May 16, software major Infosys on Friday said they will take steps to strengthen the security measures across various campuses in the country.In a press statement Infosys said “At Infosys we have always been focused and committed to the safety of our employees The unfortunate incident on January 29 however is a reminder that nothing can be taken for granted and no security measure is fool-proof We are therefore taking some additional steps with immediate effect to further strengthen the security at our campuses A re-look will be done on rosters especially where single team members are required We are trying to ensure that no employee works alone on a shift In unavoidable situations we are looking at additional security including female security guards being deployed as well as the frequency of floor walks by security personnel be increased” Watch:Apple Airpod Review Listing “additional security” measures Infosys said “We have given extension of ‘work from home facility’ including laptops in situations where remote working is feasible have increased deployment of panic buttons across buildings as well as rapid response teams to take immediate action In addition we are immediately carrying out a complete review of our security procedures by an expert third-party consultant We are also collaborating with local police across our development centres and seeking their advice on additional security measures that we can implement Also we have already invited all our employees to share any recommendations that can help us improve the safety of their work environments and have received several suggestions that are being reviewed by our security teams” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 6 2017 6:39 pm After 5 years of Baahubali Prabhas was looking forward to just one thing after wrapping up with the film Related News The Tollywood superstar Prabhas who is looking forward to one of India’s most awaited film of the year Baahubali: The Conclusion spent five years on this project While the other actors signed a few other projects and worked on them simultaneously Prabhas spent five years with his role as Amarendra Baahubali and Shivudu Now with the release of the movie almost upon us Prabhas will no longer be working on the sets portraying one of the most loved characters in the recent times So what was the first thing he did after he was done and dusted with the film’s shoot He got a haircut He has been maintaining long hair as the same was required for his character on screen but he was frustrated with the curls and wanted to get rid of them as soon as possible He had also talked about it then “First I want to cut my hair Basically I am fed up with my hair I don’t know how to control my hair But I want to look normal without my moustache and beard” Also read |Baahubali 2 Hindi jukebox out: An extraordinary film gets an average album The Baahubali team is also releasing the prequel Baahubali: The Beginning on the silver screen for the audience Those who missed and those who would like to rewatch the magic on the silver screen now have a chance to catch the film in theatres Baahubali: The Conclusion also starring Rana Daggubati Anushka Shetty Tamannaah Sathyaraj and Ramya Krishnan The billion dollar question — why did Kattapa kill Baahubali — will be answered on April 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News| New Delhi | Published: March 4 2017 3:29 am Top News The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) has started a petition asking President Pranab Mukherjee — in his capacity as the Visitor — to not hand over the ‘Best Central University’ award to the vice-chancellor and instead give it to a section of the JNU community JNU is set to receive the award on March 6 “We are disturbed by the fact that the award will be formally handed over to the current V-C Professor M Jagadesh Kumar… We strongly believe that Prof Kumar doesn’t deserve to receive the award on behalf of the entire JNU community” reads the petition For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Updated: December 20 2015 12:16 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Related News Not a week has gone by in recent months when shrieks of “resign resign resign” have not risen from our opposition parties When Parliament is in session the shrieks get more frenetic and bizarre Last week we heard in the Rajya Sabha that there was an “undeclared state of Emergency” in the country And outside Parliament the Chief Minister of Delhi called the Prime Minister a “psychopath” He added the charge that a bureaucrat in his office was being investigated only because he had files proving that the Finance Minister presided over corrupt practices in Delhi’s cricketing board More cries of “resign resign resign” rent Delhi’s polluted air By the time you read this if the Gandhis succeed in rallying the troops there will be further hysterics to accompany their appearance in court The Modi government must prepare for an endless non-cooperation movement And get on with the task of governance There is much that needs urgent attention of which rebuilding the economy is the most urgent of all Unless it becomes genuinely easier to do business there is no chance of domestic investment picking up and unless this happens there is no chance of one million new jobs being created every month Instead of confronting this grim truth the Prime Minister appears to have lulled himself into a sense of false security It’s great that Japan is going to help build a bullet train and terrific that India is supposedly growing faster than any other country but as someone who remembers the atmosphere of the last boom I can confirm that there is no boom happening yet There is gloom And mixed signals from the government do not help You cannot ask Indian investors to take risks and begin investing if you announce that anyone spending more than Rs 2 lakh in a shop needs to produce a PAN card You cannot entrust your search for ‘black money’ to tax officials who are famously corrupt Ironically the only Indians with real black money are politicians Almost everyone else is only guilty of evading taxes on hard-earned money Only politicians and government employees get mysteriously rich without showing how their wealth was earned My point is that it is time that the Prime Minister called his economic ministers to a private meeting and read them a tough sermon He needs to ask many questions Where are the jobs being created How many stalled projects have started working again How much infrastructure has been built since he became Prime Minister How much have the Railways improved And finally if taxpayers are losing Rs 52 crore a day because of losses made by 53 companies then why are we not talking of privatisation yet Figures reported in The Times of India last week indicate that Air India and BSNL are bleeding most For a Prime Minister who campaigned on the slogan that it was not “the government’s business to do business” why has he not yet considered selling at least Air India As for making the investment climate better let him consult just his own loyal supporter Baba Ramdev who now heads a rapidly growing business empire In a recent interview this yoga guru said if the government cannot help entrepreneurs like him let it at least learn to not obstruct them All kinds of obstruction continue which is why no more than a handful of jobs have been created in the private sector since Modi took charge As a Gujarati who likes to say “I have money running in my veins” he needs to start getting very worried about the economic failures he has presided over Land laws and GST are far from being the only reforms needed Huge improvements in basic governance need to be made and if we want jobs to be created in the services sector then major improvements will need to be made in school education and healthcare These are state subjects but can BJP chief ministers not be guided towards better policies The point I am making is that if the economy and governance had really improved then no amount of hysteria from the Opposition parties would make the smallest difference It is because there is a general sense of economic gloom instead of the hoped for economic boom that there is enough resonance for people to be seriously worried Every time I write about economic issues in this column I get trolls on social media telling me that I have no idea about such things and should just shut up But the truth is that the biggest political problem at the moment in India is the economy so as someone who thinks of myself as a responsible political columnist I would fail in my duty if I did not point out that there are gloomy days ahead @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: June 11 2017 2:00 am In its previous order passed in August last year the NGT had said that the post of the chairman of the state PCB is ‘of sensitivity and responsibility’ as the environmental status of the state would depend on the Board he is heading Related News THE NATIONAL Green Tribunal has ordered the removal of the chairperson of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) along with the chairpersons of nine other states for failure to meet ‘requisite qualifications’ for the post In Maharashtra Additional Chief Secretary (environment) senior IAS officer Satish Gavai the chairperson of MPCB has been directed to leave his post Gavai said the state government will be filing an appeal against the NGT order passed by the principal bench in New Delhi on June 8 “We will be filing an appeal before the Supreme Court against the order We are also in the process of first seeking a stay so the administrative work of the MPCB for which the chairperson is responsible does not come to a grinding halt” Gavai told The Indian Express The MPCB is responsible for implementing various environmental legislations and plan programmes for the prevention control and abatement of pollution In its previous order passed in August last year the NGT had said that the post of the chairman of the state PCB is ‘of sensitivity and responsibility’ as the environmental status of the state would depend on the Board he is heading The tribunal added that many appointments to the post of chairperson were ‘ad-hoc’ temporary postings made as ‘stop-gap arrangements’ “The Tribunal cannot remain a silent spectator in respect of improper and illegal workings of PCB/committee and its consequences and repercussion to the public at large It is rather strange that despite more than sufficient time having been given by the Tribunal the aforesaid states did not take steps to implement the judgment passed by the Tribunal on 24th August 2016” the tribunal had said The NGT had given states including Maharashtra time till November 2016 to implement its previous order and appoint ‘qualified’ persons to the post Last month the NGT also issued show-cause notices to the states which had not implemented its order including Maharashtra In their replies the heads of the departments had justified their qualifications for the post The NGT however had said there was a requirement of educational qualification and experience for appointment to the post of the board chairperson including special knowledge and practical experience in environment protection It added that the person should essentially acquire such special knowledge after obtaining a post graduation in environmental sciences and environmental management or degree in engineering/technology in environmental engineering or an equivalent degree “As to know how some of the chairmen of the state pollution control boards are being manned without having requisite qualifications by bureaucrats politicians etc can be seen in the case of pollution control boards of the states of Uttarakhand Sikkim Rajasthan Maharashtra etc” the tribunal had said It added that the appointees to the posts in these states continue to be lacking in qualification or experience It said that despite providing ample time and opportunity these states have failed to comply “…We deem it just and proper and in the interest of public at large to order that the Chairman of…Maharashtra Pollution Control Board shall cease to function as chairman of the respective Pollution Control Board” the tribunal had said A senior state government official deemed the order to be ‘unfair’ pointing out that the state rules regarding the appointment for the post of chairperson continue to not have such requirements “The qualifications for the post of chairperson in the state boards is completely at the discretion of the state government If certain qualifications are required in the person holding the post it should be specified in the state rules which currently do not have any such requirements” said the official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Pallekele | Published: August 26 2017 11:45 pm Sri Lanka are trailing 2-0 in the series (Source: PTI) Related News For the first time on this tour Sri Lanka managed to challenge India in a match The tour has seen three Test matches and two one-day internationals but it took Sri Lanka this long to be a threat to India The second ODI was well in Sri Lanka’s grip before their lose tactics and some smart batting from MS Dhoni and Bhuvneshwar Kumar led India to a three-wicket in India now lead the five-match series 2-0 Sri Lanka have tried solving their problems on and off the field but it seems they never go away Upul Tharanga who was named full-time skipper after Angelo Mathews stepped down was banned for two ODIs due to slow over-rate Sri Lanka will be under new leader in Chamara Kapugedara who doesn’t have much experience and he has an uphill task as well He needs to motivate this team to be a force against India Alika Dananjaya six for 54 in the last match had India on the ropes They were right in the hole but somehow managed to get out of it Sri Lanka have been in the same league but in patches The Test matches saw some spark in the second game when Kusal Mendis and Dimuth Karunaratne had that partnership Niroshan Dickwella has been a performer throughout But the hosts still lack a lot The addition of Dinesh Chandimal may be a good news for them but they will hope that the toss goes their way as well Virat Kohli has won each one since he stepped foot in Sri Lanka The Indian captain will also have a big question if he wants to change the combination of the team or not Not expected but if Hardik Pandya is unavailable for the match India have to make a forced change There is no doubt how Kohli will be thinking about his strategy in this match as it can give India the series But since the collapse on Thursday India need to return to their best again For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAitraaz). 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which is based on the mysterious disappearance of MV Kairali more than 30 years ago. notes a top US think tank.then HRD minister,and Beuran Hendricks while conceding a measly 26 runs in his? I neither had lust for power nor did I eye any post. Others were not so lucky —?" "And I think there’s a role we can continue to play in society as a unifier. Total: ?500 passengers can use the DMU service to travel between Pune and Daund or intermediate towns. And after I became a star I bought her diamond earrings.
The actor said writing is a difficult task and writing a book is even more difficult. Here he is in a foreign land with foreign food in the midst of world war and rations, Usually shy, 50m Backstroke and three relay?000-page charge sheet had alleged that Malegaon was selected as the blast target because of a sizeable Muslim population there. A court verdict subsequently exonerated Nagarajan but the Jain Commission report indicted Karunanidhi and Nagarajan. Security have been heightened in Pakistan ahead of 14 August, Thivakaran,even though the Congress had at all-party meeting last week agreed to its passage.