203 in 38Punjab batt

203 in 38Punjab batt

203 in 38.Punjab batting look ordinary as Mandeep Singh top-scored with 76 runs.The members of the society have been busy with other activities of the society owing to which there will not be any celebrations this year. Narrating how a farmer in Uttar Pradesh asked him to why he got Rs 2 for a kg of potatoes while a potato chips packet that uses only half a potato was selling for Rs 10, Ironically it was during Shaharyar’s tenure few months ago that the PCB’s board of governors had approved filing the compensation claim with the ICC’s disputes resolution committee and also seeking USD 70 million in compensation. At best, a defence spokesman said.international border."At 1720 hour on Thursday Pakistan Rangers startedunprovokedheavy firing and shelling in Katgus Sector of Jammuwhich further spread to Hiranagar and Samba"a senior BSF officer said Representational image Reuters Heavy mortar shelling by Pakistan Rangers continued till 6 am in Lallai Chak Pansar Pahadpur and Londi villages where shells damaged over two dozen houses Over a dozen cattle have also perished in these villages Reports said that over 400 families have migrated from these areas to safer locations The entire population of Abdullian village in RS Pura sector has also migrated after Pakistan Rangers targeted civilian and BSF facilities in the area during the last five days "Some Pakistani posts and villages have suffered heavydamage" the BSF officer said On Thursday a Pakistani Ranger was killed and another injured in the retaliatory firing by BSF as Pakistani troopsheavily shelled five sectors along LoC and IB in J&K in which one BSF jawan died and 13 other civilians were injured While Pakistani troops pounded BoPs and hamlets along IBin Kathua Hiranagar sectors (Kathua) R S Pura and Arniasectors (Jammu) and Samba sector they also targeted forwardIndian posts and villages along LOC in Krishnagati Balakoteand Mankote sectors (Poonch) and Sunderbani sector (Rajouri) on Thursday Since surgical strikes by army on terror launch pads inPoK on 28-29 September five Indians including four securitypersonnel have been killed and 34 injured in ceasefire violations On 21 October BSF killed seven Pak rangers and aterrorist opposite to Hiranagar sector along In in Kathua inwhich one BSF jawan was injured On 25 October at least two-three Pakistani army men arebelieved to have been killed in retaliatory firing by Indiantroops in the Noushera sector of Rajouri district With inputs from agencies By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: April 18 2017 11:21 am CCTV footage (above) of the accident Top News A three-year-old girl was killed and four persons including the girl’s mother and three others from another family were critically injured when they were standing on the median for crossing the road in Baner and were mowed down by a car which spun out of control of the driver and strayed onto the divider As per the information given by Chatuhshrungi police the incident took place around 240 pm Monday in front of Vasudha Society on Baner Road near Baner Phata The deceased girl has been identified as Isha Vishwakarma Those critically injured are: Isha’s mother Pooja (24) and three others from another family — Sajid Shaikh (4) his uncle Shaijad Shaikh (30) and aunt Nisha Shaikh (25) Police have identified the driver as Sujata Jayprakash Shroff who is one of the directors of a construction company headquartered in Pune According to police Shroff too has sustained injuries and is being treated at a private hospital The accident has been captured on a closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera the footage of which has now been obtained by the police Inspector (Crime) UB Shingade of Chatushrungi police station said “The five persons had gone to a departmental store and had got down from a rickshaw Some were carrying bags and were standing on the median to cross After they were run over by the car they sustained severe injuries Isha succumbed later while the other four are being treated for multiple fractures and other serious injuries Their condition is said to be critical The driver of the car has been identified as Sujata Jayprakash Shroff and an FIR will subsequently be registered for rash driving and causing death due to negligence” Police said Isha’s father has a fabrication workshop and Sajid’s father has a garage where Sajjad works as a mechanic Police said that the car was moving at a high speed and did not stop even after hitting a metal bar at the beginning of the median After the car ran over the five it came to a halt after it hit a pole a few feet ahead After the accident the five fell down on the road bleeding profusely They were rushed to various hospital in a police van an ambulance and auto-rickshaws A police officer said that three of the four injured have severe head injuries and are being treated in Intensive Care Units As part of the probe police had started recording the statements of some of the witnesses A police officer said that the medical examination of Shroff was also conducted for the purpose for registering an FIR For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: August 17 2016 12:05 am Top News Two apparently contrasting quotes give us a peek into the mindspace of Michael Phelps the winningest Olympian of all time “Swimming is normal for me I’m relaxed I’m comfortable and I know my surroundings It’s my home” This one explains why he is so good at his sport But it’s the other quote that makes the Phelps story astonishing inspiring — and human: “I didn’t care I wanted nothing to do with the water Nothing … I was in a really dark place not wanting to be alive anymore” The second quote is from circa 2014 — he had fallen out of love with the sport and himself He struggled with alcohol abuse got arrested twice for drunkendriving was adrift from his close ones and even thought of ending his life He has now ended up with 28 medals more than most nations and can put up his feet as the most decorated Olympian To be the fastest swimmer in the world for so many years is creditworthy in itself but the human backstory of his accomplishments makes him greater What also makes him special is his graciousness in occasional defeats and his friendly demeanour that his teammates have talked about It would have been easy for him to be a prima donna or to focus solely on his individual game But Phelps has often burst his gut for the team relays Lesser sportsmen than him have shirked team responsibilities but Phelps has come up with his best timings for the team His is a vastly different personality from Usain Bolt the other great Olympian of our time The Jamaican is almost childlike in his chest-thumping boisterousness — “look at me the greatest” The American is quieter but an equally great athlete who doesn’t indulge in histrionics — his astonishing skills do all the talking for him We can be thankful that both are contemporaries and in the years to come it will be quite something to say that we saw Phelps and Bolt at their best For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The National Green Tribunal’s historic order banning 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi-NCR "violated" the law and the authority to fix the age of a vehicle lay with the Executive the government has said Traffic moves along a busy road in New Delhi Reuters The government made its opposition to the green panel’s directive crystal clear three months after it moved the Supreme Court seeking the lifting of the ban on decade-old diesel vehicles in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) "The order of the tribunal goes far beyond the provisions of the law as the order is binding on all diesel vehicles of National Capital Region which are more than 10 years without being subject to any examination" the Ministry of Heavy Industries told a bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar In a written submissions it said "powers to fix the age of the vehicle is with the Central Government only which has to be notified through a Gazette Hence the order of the NGT would be in violation of the Motor Vehicle Act "The MV Act mentions that the registering authority should satisfy that the vehicle will constitute a danger to the public and it is beyond reasonable repair" Challenging the green panel’s order the Ministry said the cancellation of registration of a vehicle can be done only under the Motor Vehicles (MV) Act after giving a notice to the owner and according to him an opportunity to rebut the claim that the vehicle is not roadworthy or beyond repair It said that "arbitrary" removal of vehicles based on age would cause economic hardship to their owners whose very livelihood may depend on them and this could lead to social unrest The Ministry also said the NGT has "incorrectly" noted that the vehicle density in Delhi NCR was very high as the region was a wide geographical area covering Delhi and parts of Haryana Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh Hence the vehicle density of NCR was much less than many of the mega cities of the country the ministry said Earlier the Centre had told the NGT that there was a "misconception" that only diesel polluted the environment Opposing the ban on decade-old diesel vehicles the Ministry has told the tribunal that diesel was not the only polluting fuel as they have higher fuel efficiency which led to 10-15 per cent lower carbon dioxide emission compared to a petrol vehicle It also referred to the Delhi government’s odd-even road rationing scheme and said that Central Pollution Control Board has unequivocally established that pollution levels did not come down due to reduction in vehicles On 13 January the Centre had moved the Supreme Court seeking lifting of the ban on 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi and NCR saying it was affecting the economically weaker sections Noting that diesel is the prime source of air pollution in Delhi the NGT had held on 26 November 2014 that all diesel vehicles which are more than 10 years old will not be permitted to ply in Delhi-NCR Beijing:India and China on Fridayvowed to seek a "political" solution to the boundary issue and proactively resolve it as early as possible amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis that the dispute should not prevent progress in ties which have been "complex" in the recent decades Modi asked China to "reconsider" its approach on some matters like visa policy towards residents of Arunachal Pradesh as he asserted that the two nations have a "historic responsibility" to turn the relationship into "a source of strength for each other and a force of good for the world" During their wide-ranging talks here Modi and his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang decided to increase the number of border meeting points of their military personnel from the existing four as they underlined that maintenance of peace and tranquility on the border was an "important guarantor" for the development and continued growth of ties Chinese premier Li Keqiang with PM Narendra Modi in Beijing on Friday PTI Modi while making clear that there was "no question of going back" asserted that "standing still was not an option" and "moving forward is the only way out" in the relationship that has been "complex" in the last few decades The Indian leader sought tangible progress on issues relating to visa an apparent reference to stapled visas issued by China to residents of Arunachal Pradesh as he underlined that the two countries need to be "sensitive to each other’s interests" He stressed the need for strengthening mutual trust and confidence while seeking solutions to outstanding issues The two sides signed a record 24 agreements covering railways mining outer space earthquake science and engineering tourism sister-cities and establishment of consulates in Chengdu and Chennai "The two sides affirmed that an early settlement of the boundary question serves the basic interests of the two countries and should be pursued as a strategic objective by the two governments "Bearing in mind the overall bilateral relations and the long-term interests of the two peoples the two sides are determined to actively seek a political settlement of the boundary question" said a Joint Statement after the meeting It added that the "two sides will resolve outstanding differences including the boundary question in a proactive manner Those differences should not be allowed to come in the way of continued development of bilateral relations" "Our conversations were candid constructive and friendly We covered all issues including those that trouble smooth development of our relations" Modi said at a joint media interaction with Li after their 90-minute talks "I stressed the need for China to reconsider its approach on some of the issues that hold us back from realising full potential of our partnership I suggested that China should take a strategic and long term view of our relations" he said The statement comes a day after Modi raised concern with Chinese President Xi Jinping over China’s USD 46 billion proposed investment in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir "I found the Chinese leadership responsive" Modi said adding that the re-emergence of India and China and their relationship will have a profound impact on the two countries and the course of this century Li said "We do not deny that there are some disagreements between us but there is a mechanism and sufficient political maturity to address them" He said the two countries need to uphold peace and tranquility "We stand ready to work with India to bring China-India relations to new heights" he said adding both the countries need to seize the opportunities to play a bigger role in Asia and beyond On the boundary question Modi said the two sides agreed to continue to explore a fair reasonable and mutually acceptable resolution "We both reiterated our strong commitment to make all efforts to maintain peace and tranquillity in the border region" he said The Joint Statement said the two leaders made a "positive assessment of the important progress" made through the mechanism of the Special Representatives They "reaffirmed the commitment to abide by the three-stage process for the settlement of the boundary question and continuously push forward negotiation on the framework for a boundary settlement based on the outcomes and common understanding achieved so far in an effort to seek a fair reasonable and mutually-acceptable solution as early as possible" Briefing media on the discussions Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said Modi asserted at the meeting that the two countries seriously need to work on issues and build a higher level of trust "The Prime Minister said there is no question of going back But standing still also is not an option Moving forward is the only way" he said Li said the two countries have been seen as "adversaries and competitors" in the past but the relationship was "poised at an important juncture" Jaishankar said Quoting the Chinese Premier Jaishankar said the two countries have "issues" but "that should not mean that we neglect the opportunities we have" The Joint Statement said the two sides acknowledged the positive role of the Agreements and Protocols that have been signed so far in maintaining peace and tranquility in the border areas "Committed to enhance border defence cooperation the two sides will carry out annual visits and exchanges between the two Military Headquarters and neighbouring military commands endeavour to operationalize the hotline between the two Military Headquarters expand the exchanges between the border commanders and establish border personnel meeting points at all sectors of the India-China border areas" it added On the economic front Modi raised concern over the expanding trade imbalance in favour of China after which the two sides decided to set up a high level task force to address it and other issues like access "President Xi and Premier Li were very receptive to the specific concerns I had raised on our growing trade deficit We look forward to early impact on the ground" Modi said "We have agreed to create a high-level task force to develop a strategic road-map to expand economic relations It will cover a broad range of areas including Infrastructure IT Pharma Agriculture and Manufacturing" he added The trade imbalance has touched USD 38 billion which is a major concern for India "The two sides resolved to take joint measures to alleviate the skewed bilateral trade so as to realize its sustainability" the Joint Statement said "Such measures will include cooperation on pharmaceutical supervision including registration speedier phytosanitary negotiations on agro-products for two-way trade stronger links between Indian IT companies and Chinese enterprises and increasing services trade in tourism films healthcare IT and logistics" it added "Both sides will make full use of the India-China Joint Economic Group to work on this" it said adding the leaders welcomed the decision to expedite discussion and endeavour to favourably address in the spirit of mutual cooperation and reciprocity the issues pertaining to tariff reduction in respect of relevant Indian products under the framework of Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement The two sides also decided to have a special mechanism to discuss issues related to WTO talks as both have the same approach on these Modi and Li also shared concern over terrorism and agreed on the need for closer cooperation to combat it "Terrorism is a shared threat Instability in West Asia matters to both of us Peace and progress in Afghanistan benefits us both I am confident that our international partnership will deepen" the Indian Prime Minister said PTII felt the last ball was brilliant.

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