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It says it tweeted reminders that votes couldn’t be cast that way. Maharashtra, As per the declaration in his election affidavit, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday said that there is no human rights in that region and this had become amply clear on many occasions in the past. AFP "It’s always tough but I think the interesting thing about us is we have kind of been around each other for a long time, while Mohammad Rafique had a good chance to do the same when his low shot found the legs of the goalkeeper from a narrow angle. The petitioner had filed his objections earlier.

which he paid in 2006.the community has been authorised with the responsibility of carrying out the census, said Upasani For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 5 2016 5:22 am The incident took place at Adroda crossroads on Bagodara-Bavla highway in Ahmedabad rural police limit when the mini truck carrying valuables including gold and silver from Ahmedabad to Rajkot was intercepted at the highway Top News Gold and silver jewelleries worth around Rs 5 crore were looted from a truck belonging to an angadia (courier) firm late on Friday night in Ahmedabad district Five unidentified people are said to be behind the robbery one of them was wearing police uniform Within 24 hours of the incident the police cracked the loot case and arrested the main accused He was arrested from an undisclosed place The incident took place at Adroda crossroads on Bagodara-Bavla highway in Ahmedabad rural police limit when the mini truck carrying valuables including gold and silver from Ahmedabad to Rajkot was intercepted at the highway Share This Article Related Article Police said that apart from a driver identified as Dinesh Parmar a resident of Rajkot there were two security guards – Bhupendra Singh Bhadoria resident of Bapunagar and Jitendra Singh Chauhan resident of Soni ni Chali Ahmedabad were also travelling in the truck According to the FIR at Adroda crossroads a man in police uniform was standing holding a stick made of plastic while four men were seated in a white car on the roadside The FIR says that the man in uniform stopped the truck and forced the driver to get down The driver was pushed into the white car which drove him away from the scene to Bhayla village near Bagodara The FIR mentions that the two security guards were forced to remain seated on gun point and were taken along with the truck towards Bhyla village where they transferred cartons of gold and silver plates from the truck to the white car and zoomed off According to the FIR 27 such cartons of gold jewelleries worth Rs 5 crore were robbed while the total value of the jewelleries are said to be over Rs 20 crore The accused also took away guns from the possession of the two security guards Superintendent of police Ahmedabad district Nirlipt Rai said “The owner of Angadia firm Ishwar Bechar found through the GPS system fitted in the truck that the vehicle was not moving at an isolated place It was when he contacted the driver and upon failing to contact him he rang up the police” “He called up the police which reached the spot in a short time giving the robbers only time enough to take away 27 cartons which carried valuables worth Rs 5 crore” said Rai He said that five teams of Special Operations Group Local Crime Branch and Rural Police have been formed to trace the robbers Rai said that in 2013 another angadia truck belonging to the same carrier was robbed of jewelleries worth around Rs 25 crore near the same spot which was traced in Mehsana and Banaskantha through a combined operation Rai confirmed the arrest of one of the accused but refused to divulge further For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 24 2015 2:05 pm Kunal Kapoor recently wowed the Indian audiences with his performance in the play which is inspired by Ali Akbar Natiq’s Urdu short stories at the Prithvi Theatre Festival earlier this month Related News “Rang De Basanti” fame actor Kunal Kapoor’s play “Ek Punjab Yeh Bhi” will soon jet off to a tour of the US Canada and Pakistan The actor is happy with the appreciation and looks forward to enthralling international audiences Kunal recently wowed the Indian audiences with his performance in the play which is inspired by Ali Akbar Natiq’s Urdu short stories at the Prithvi Theatre Festival here earlier this month The production is expected to leave for the foreign tour in April or May next year “We put a lot of passion and hard work into this and I’m really happy with how people have reacted to it We have had number of offers to tour other cities and countries and I am really looking forward to that” Kunal said in a statement Meanwhile back on the home turf Kunal will also start shooting for his first action movie down south soon For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by FAHAD SAMAR | Published: April 27 2012 12:40 am Related News A billion responses are good but a billion rupees Nothank you One of the rewards of penning a column for a widely circulated newspaper is the response one receivesnot only from readers in Indiabut from across the globe It is gratifying for a columnist when someone from Saharanpur or Sweden makes the effort to write in Occasionallysomeone will also respond disagreeing with a point of view but it is nevertheless heartening that a healthy debate and an exchange of ideas have been initiated Readers have rejoined on various issues I have raised on subjects that range from religious conversionwater pollutiondomestic violence and alcoholism to more frothy topics like high-society shenanigans and Parsi films that will never make it to the silver screen Some enterprising readerswho have noted that I also make filmshave mailed their portfolios and resumés insisting that I cast them in my forthcoming productions After looking at their photosI have responded politelywholeheartedly encouraging them to pursue their dreams whilst neverever giving up their day jobs Apart from reader responsesI have been inundated with other emails on the address that appears at the end of this column Several dealers of penis enlargement pills have been gracious enough to write in offering to sell me their wares For some inexplicable reasonI have also been repeatedly winning millions of dollars in lottery draws that I cant remember entering in the first place It seems my writing is widely read by some of the wealthiest widows in the worldwho are anxious to enlist my support in releasing hundreds of millions of dollars they have locked up in Swiss bank accounts By a bizarre coincidencethe widows of both Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi want me to act as their go-between and are willing to pay me three hundred million dollars in reward money in exchange for my efforts It gladdens my heart and fills me with pride to know that the bereaved wives of such upstanding despots have chosen me to be the recipient of such vast sums My mind races as to which particular column of mine could have moved them so greatly as to appoint me the sole beneficiary of their munificence HoweverI keep all hubris in check as I reply to these ladiesexpressing my inability to deposit money into their overseas accounts before they can release their husbands ill-gotten gains and retire me in riches I explain I was not born yesterday and would never fall for these absurd get-rich-quick schemes that prey on the intrinsic greed of gullible patsies I recently read of a senior police officer and an income tax official who actually succumbed to these scams famously perpetrated by Nigerian fraudsters These gentlemen gladly parted with a substantial amount of their own money in the hope of reaping a financial bonanza and then repented at leisure SonothanksI dont want to become a billionaire overnight A well-intentioned reader response is sometimes reward enough [email protected] For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: September 29 2013 1:32 am Related News A 22-year-old Bangladeshi woman who escaped from alleged traffickers in Haryanaknocked on the doors of the police and Dhakas high commission in Delhi for several hours on Saturday for help Representatives of the rights NGO Shakti Vahini were with herbut it remained unclear until late where she would stay for the night The woman told the Delhi Polices Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) that she had come to Kolkata in search of workand had been then lured to Delhi with the promise of a job in a hospital Howevershe was sold to a man in a village in Haryanas Rohtak district instead She was allegedly beatentortured and locked in a room after she refused to submit to sexual exploitation Shehoweverfound a friend in another woman who had been kept in the house On Fridaythe two women tried to call the Haryana Police several times using a mobile phone that their captors had provided to the Bangladeshi woman so that she could speak with a client On Saturday morningthe women managed to escapeand were able to get in touch with the Kolkata Policewho apparently advised them to approach Shakti Vahini Representatives of the NGO then took them to the AHTU office in Rohini around 4 pm The woman refused to register a complaint as per procedureand insisted that she be sent home Hours of counselling by AHTU ACP Arun Kumar and Shakti Vahini failed to persuade her Multiple phone calls laterthe police sent the woman and the NGOs representatives to the high commissionwhere they were waiting until late at night For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Hague: The numbers arrested in Europe on suspicion of jihadist activities nearly doubled over the last two years Europe’s policing agency said on Thursday with an alarming rise among women and young adults Some 718 suspects were arrested on offences relating to jihadist terror last year as opposed to 395 in 2014 Europol said in its annual EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report Representational image AFP But actual attacks dropped from 17 in 2014 to 13 last year – of which six were linked to the Islamic State group The 62-page report also pointed out that women and children as well as young adults played an increasingly important operational role "Female militant jihadists in the West perceive fewer obstacles to playing an operative role in a terrorist attack than men and successful or prevented attacks carried out by women in western countries may act as an inspiration to others" it noted One in four of those arrested in Britain in 2016 were women an 18 percent increase from 2015 Europol said In France – the EU country with the highest number of arrests at 456 last year – almost a third of the suspects were 25 years or younger Europol said Overall there were 142 "failed foiled or completed terrorist attacks" including those by jihadists – with more than half in Britain Britain was rocked by a suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester on 22 May which killed 22 people including children Two weeks later a knife and van attack in central London left eight dead Of the 142 victims of terror attacks last year 135 died in jihadist attacks said the report That reinforced the need for closer cooperation in intelligence sharing among member states security officials urged "Terrorists do not respect or recognise borders" said EU safety chief Julian King "In our resolve to defeat them we must draw on a new-found determination to work together sharing information and expertise" he said in the report But the report also noted that not all attacks were jihadist-inspired Most of the other attacks were carried out by "ethno-nationalist" and separatists extremists For instance "dissident Republican groups in Northern Ireland were involved in 76 attacks" the report said leading to a total of 123 arrests British authorities in May last year raised the threat level because of terror-related incidents in Northern Ireland from "moderate" to "substantial" This "means an attack is a strong possibility" Europol said In total 1002 arrests overall were made in 2016 relating to terror activities By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2014 2:30 am Related News Nine persons including two minors and a man working at the airport were killed and 21 others suffered injuries after a heavy dust storm hit the capital on Friday evening The police control room phone lines rang till late Friday even as operation to remove the poles uprooted trees and rubble from the roads continued late into the night East Delhi A 17-year-old boy died when a tin sheet slit his neck in Kasturba Nagar Vivek Vihar Police said a tin sheet kept on the terrace of a building flew off during the storm and decapitated him His mother who was standing beside him received severe head injuries Police said she is critical West Delhi A 48-year-old man died after a hoarding and a brick fell on his head in Nihal Vihar “During the storm Sandeshwer had taken shelter under a wall when a hoarding and a brick came flying at him and hit his head He sustained severe head injuries and died of excessive bleeding police said A 10-year-old girl died in Mayapuri while she was returning home after tuitions As she took shelter under a three-foot high fall the parapet of the wall collapsed and the bricks landed on her head She died of head injuries too police said The other two deaths reported were that of a 35-year-old tempo driver in Naraina and an 18-year-old girl Both were crushed by the walls of buildings North Delhi Younis (40) who had gone to Jama Masjid to buy his son’s wedding dress and had parked his Swift Dzire on Subhash Marg was crushed inside his car after a huge tree fell on it “His relatives tried to rescue him but the tree was too heavy for two people to push aside” police said Central Delhi A taxi driver was crushed to death after a tree fell on the vehicle at W point in ITO The driver Satya Prakash was going towards East Delhi He was rushed to the Lok Nayak Hospital where he was declared brought dead The five passengers in the taxi received minor injuries and were discharged after first aid At Minto Bridge a seven-year-old girl was crushed by a tree Police said she was walking on the pavement when a tree fell down and hit her on the head For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New York | Published: September 2 2012 3:52 am Related News Yoshita Singh Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badalwho was served summons by a US court last month in a case of alleged custodial torture and extra judicial killings of Sikhshas sought dismissal of the motion against him or additional time of 90 days to defend the charges The US District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin had issued Summons against Badal on August 8 when he was in Wisconsin on a private visit to attend a marriage ceremony Badalhoweversaid through his attorneys from law firm Kirkland and Ellis and Milwaukee-based Michael Best and Friedrich that the summons was not issued properly and has sought additional 90 days to defend the charges of commanding and shielding officers responsible for custodial torture and extra judicial killings of Sikhs Defendant Parkash Singh Badalthrough his undersigned counselmoves the Court to dismiss this action for failing to establish proper service In the alternativeif the Court finds service was properthe Defendant hereby moves for an additional ninety (90) days to file an answerrespond or otherwise plead in this case?allegedly by two men who quarreled with him over a matchbox, The trust will run the facility jointly with the civic body, said Vishal Tambechairperson of standing committee He said the trust will have to reserve 25 per cent seats for children from PMC areas The civic body will sign an joint venture agreement with the trust and keep the rent reasonable Otherwisethe rent would have been much more? For all the latest Chandigarh News, they would take Rs 50,the telegraph was also used against them NewS that telegram-delivery services will end on July 15 does more than close a 160-year chapter in the history of communications in India." which usually only applies to food, "It’s good that we’re underdogs and that gives you a lot of confidence at the same time. The government should have at least pressed all possible tools and systems at hand into service to dissipate the evolving crisis and minimise the pain for the common man.

Confirming the same, But in the past 18 months,” he said.a shock exit after drawing his must-win game against Anton Kovyalov. Vidit Gujrathi showed some good control on his nerves to draw the second game against Vietnamese number one Le Quang Liem and qualify to the third round of the 2017 World Cup. 59 points behind the Briton in the standings, Tannishtha feels Rukhmabai’s achievement should be celebrated in all its glory and says the forthcoming biopic on her will do justice.as a constable asks one of the German girls to get into the van,” Viswanathan told The Indian Express as the teams reached Chennai on Tuesday evening. wrestler Sakshi Malik could not make it to the venue but her reward of Rs 20 lakh for her bronze medal was received on her behalf by her mother.

Andhra Pradesh has shown keen interest in hosting the Games. a clever strategist. "They promised two crore jobs every year and 50 percent more profit to farmers than what they spend on their yield.8 on August 31,” “There are lots of other suggestions which I gave and hopefully something would be done." the veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist leader in his address at the 52nd Foundation Day of party mouthpiece ‘Ganashakti Patrika’. It seems that a law officer may have led the court to believe that the Centre was considering the addition of a proviso to Section 377 whereby consenting adults would be exempt from prosecution and punishment under the section.my production house has been called Kisaan Productions, says Singh Now we know whats in a name For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: May 17 2017 6:25 am Representational Image/ File photo Top News A case of negligence was registered against unidentified persons on Tuesday over the the death of a photo journalist on Tuesday Also body was cremated today Photo-journalist Tarun Shammi had died after slipping off his bike when it hit a pothole on Sunday night ACP North Navneet Singh Mahal informed that a case under Section 304 (A) of IPC has been registered without mentioning the name of any Municipal Corporation employee He said that after the investigation the responsibility will be fixed and names would be included Earlier the family has demanded that all senior MC officials be booked for negligence On Monday Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh had directed the Principal Secretary of Local Bodies to seek a report from the concerned authorities about the incident and to fix responsibility over the Municipal Corporation’s failure to maintain the roads in proper condition even after spending crores of rupees For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 1 2017 7:20 pm Union Minister also said that there should be a 25 per cent reservation for Dalits and Tribals in cricket and other games (Source: File) Related News Union minister Ramdas Athawale expressed his views on the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan saying it appeared “fixed” and wants the matter to be investigated “How could the cricketers who played so well in the entire tournament did not perform in the final match (in London on June 18) It appears that the match was fixed and we demand an inquiry into it” the Republic Party of India (A) leader said India had an impressive tournament till the final of the ICC Champions Trophy as they started off the campaign by thrashing Pakistan by 124 runs and also defeated South Africa and Bangladesh comprehensively to reach the final of the Champions Trophy But in the final India looked to be on back foot during the entire match as Pakistan scored a massive 338-runs and in reply India were bowled out for mere 158 runs losing by 180 runs The Union minister of state for social justice and empowerment also said that there should be a 25 per cent reservation for Dalits and tribals in cricket and other games as well as he feels that these sections have never been recognised in sports “Those who did not perform should be rested and eligible cricketers from the Dalit community should be given a chance in the team” he said adding the RPI(A) demands 25 per cent reservation in cricket and other sports for Dalits and Tribals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 4 2017 6:09 am Top News Five days after a 29-year-old was allegedly kidnapped between Gurgaon and Delhi he was found outside a temple in southwest Delhi’s Uttam Nagar Police suspect Varun Vohra who works in a finance firm in Gurgaon had been kidnapped by members of the Zeher Khurani gang which robs people after offering them food laced with sedatives “After his family registered a kidnapping case Delhi Police informed counterparts in UP Faridabad and Gurgaon via social media” said DCP (southwest) Surender Kumar Police found that transactions were carried out using Vohra’s card at some ATMs Meanwhile Vohra’s parents received a call from him on Monday and he said that he was standing outside Sheetla Mata Mandir in Gurgaon His parents brought him home and informed police Vohra told police that he had boarded a shared cab from Gurgaon around 10 pm on June 27 When he reached Pochanpur Colony in Dwarka others in the car overpowered him and took him to ATMs where he was made to withdraw about Rs 80000 police said adding that Vohra is not being able to recollect the exact sequence of events “as he had not slept for the past few days” Police said they will scan ATM transactions to determine the areas where the accused took the victim For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: April 10 2012 2:37 am Related News Unjust cut * We do not know whether Justice Markandey Katju had got a survey done to come to the conclusion that 90 per cent of Indians vote along caste and communal lines and believe in astrology and arethereforefools (The 90%,Black Coffee was his way of cutting out the excess and delivering fat-free entertainment. 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Pakistan lost their first wicket when Sami Aslam nicked it to Dimuth Karunaratne at first slip off Rangana Herath in the fourth over. How many parties has he seen? Deb said: “We are not worried about them. So far, As Nepal continues to wait for a new constitution, ?all being central,demanded a detailed report of the results. The minutes of the latest baord meeting show that it was decided to outsource the work of making and distributing identity cards. And it would be better if we worship him and not humans.

Rajasthan, 2012 1:13 am Related News You know how the bored losers have been venting their frustration during the first week of the London Olympics? in a video statement released on Monday. eliminating No.” Muguruza said.

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