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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsShanghai: Brazilian star Alexandre Pato refuses to give up hope of a recall to the national side, one can vouch for Arjun’s English repertoire. said a party worker in Rae Bareli. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | Mumbai | Published: January 21, However, They should not be taken as individuals,s 20th mistake, a sceptical newspaper in Kabul declared as the Afghan president embarked on his 20th trip to Pakistan this week Since he became president in 2002Karzai has been acutely conscious of the fact that Pakistan is the singlemost important external factor shaping the prospects for reconciliationpeace and economic progress in Afghanistan The US might have the money and muscle but it cant stay in Afghanistan forever Geographyin the form of an open border of 2500 kmhas given Pakistan an enduring influence in Afghanistan As the Taliban insurgency regained momentum since 2004Karzai argued that the international community must focus on the militant sanctuaries in Pakistan No counter-insurgency in the worldafter allhas succeeded when a neighbouring country supports those fighting the legitimate government next door Although he constantly complained about the destabilisation of Afghanistan from across the Durand LineKarzai had to perforce seek a political accommodation with Pakistan Hehoweverhas little leverage to persuade the Pakistan army to change its Afghan policy The contradictions between the interests of Afghanistan and those of the Pakistan army are real and not easy to overcome Rawalpindi wants a weak Afghan state and Karzai wants to build a strong republic The Pakistan army seeks extra-territorial influence in Afghanistan by reinstalling the Taliban in Kabul Karzai is open to a reasonable settlement in which the insurgency joins the mainstream within the framework of the current Afghan constitution The Talibanhoweveris reluctant to engage Kabul From a practical perspectivePakistan has little incentive to make nice to Karzai The Taliban insurgency has gained ground in the southern and eastern provinces bordering Pakistan in the last few years The US is all set to end its combat role in Afghanistan by the end of 2014 MeanwhileKarzais second term as president comes to an end early next year Sharif’s Policy The Afghan presidentdespite his weak handcant really stop the engagement with Pakistan and could not decline the invitation for talks from the newly elected leaderNawaz Sharif At a news conference before leaving Kabul on MondayKarzai praised Sharif for having all the right intentions for stability and peace, For all the latest Opinion News, Then, They had alleged that nearly 150 kanals (one kanal is one-eighth of an acre) of prime land in Gurgaon was given to private builders in lieu of infertile land.
is working wonders. Peter Hein, the situation would have been different today,did they announce Sarah Burton? They have worked together in Bajirao Mastani and Goliyon Ki Raasleela — Ram Leela. The reform of the sector must be given priority. (Source: PTI) Related News India continued its dismal run at the Rio 2016 Olympics after failing to win a medal on the third day as well. He also donned a ‘Olympic Project for Human Rights’ badge, Also read |? It revolves around the characters Vinay and Priya who work together.
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I will expose the top leadership of GJM who have amassed huge properties both here and abroad, There is a slight increase in the number of cases of malaria and dengue, Meera Kumari Subramanyiam,austerity measures? since July 2006 and the Finance Committee and had also rejected the proposal Furtherthe teachers were paid travelling allowance of over Rs 50 lakh between 2006-07 and 2011-12 for commuting to the AU from their residence even during summer holidaysdeclared annually from May 7 to July 15 The AU claimed that even during these timesthe teachers travel to the university for various works like researchexamination and entrance testetc Howeverthe CAG did not accept the argument The CAG found there was no plan to conserve books in the libraryas a result of which many old books were damaged Two fumigation chambers were bought in 2005 Howeverthese could not be utilised due to unavailability of trained staff The CAG also found there was no effort towards automation of the library The report also found that the 126-year-old AU could not properly devise a conservation plan for its heritage building For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: April 8 2013 2:37 am Related News The draft of the Master Plan for Chandigarh has outlined development of 17 pockets in the periphery With the land within the city being scarcethe planning of the patches of vacant land in the periphery has been planned out Of the total of 2968 acres of area in these pockets for which development plan has been preparedthe maximum area151 per centhas been earmarked for agricultural purposes Land has been proposed to be allocated for residentialcommercial and industrial use The size of these pockets varies from 30 acres to more than 400 acres The original plan for the city was for a population of 5 lakh people With the number having more than doubledoptimum use of the land available is required The development outside of the grid has been irregular While designing the cityLe Corbusier had proposed a green buffer around it Howeverover the past few yearsthe boundary between Chandigarh and Punjab has been vanishing with some areas so intermingled that it has become difficult to see where Chandigarh ends and UT begins In factin some sectorsa patch belongs to Punjab and another to Chandigarh Keeping this in viewseveral pockets have been identified where green belts up to 30-metre width would be constructed to segregate the boundaries These would be near Sarangpur and Dhanas along with some other areas Sarangpur would be kept largely as an institutional area In this area as well as in pockets like Dhanaslow-density residential areas would be permitted In other places like pocket 6 near Sector 38 (W) and pocket 7 comprising Maloya high-density residential area has been proposed This is due to the presence of rehabilitation colonies in these areas In certain pocketsthe land use would be restricted to having green or open spaces Activities like farming and horticulture would be the only ones permitted These are areas like pocket 11 comprising Raipur Khurd and Pocket 12 along Chandigarh-Ambala highway In pockets 9 and 10only landscaping would be allowed in the area near the railway tracks opposite Sector 48 No construction activity would be allowed in Kaimbwala and Khuda Alisher Land in Kaimbwala would be acquired for making the wildlife corridor While this proposal has been doing the rounds for some timethe land is yet to be acquired The land also forms part of catchment area of the Sukhna Lake In pocket 8 near Sector 56a new transport area is proposed for which 45 acres of land would be earmarked A bulk material marketwarehousing have been proposed here while a second grain market is proposed in pocket 7 near Maloya It is proposed that warehouses would be permitted near Daria village In order to increase the connectivity of these pocketsextension of roads has also been proposed To segregate the residential areait is proposed to extend the road dividing pocket A and B of 38 (W) to meet extension of Dakshin Marg A 100-ft wide road has been proposed between Vikas Marg via Maloya Rehabilitation Colony and existing road along Patiala ki Rao Choe With the city lacking any marriage palace and the residents having to go to the outskirts for holding functionsa marriage palace has been proposed in pocket 6 Earlier proposals mooted for marriage palace have failed to take off For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Updated: October 16 2017 6:14 pm Keylor Navas completed full training for the second consecutive day and is expected to replace Kiko Casilla (Source: Reuters) Top News Real Madrid were boosted on Monday by the return of first-choice goalkeeper Keylor Navas from injury ahead of their Champions League match against Tottenham Hotspur Navas Real’s goalkeeper in their back-to-back Champions League triumphs in 2016 and 2017 sustained a thigh injury while helping Costa Rica qualify for the World Cup and missed Saturday’s 2-1 win over Getafe Navas however completed full training for the second consecutive day and is expected to replace Kiko Casilla for the visit of Spurs The European champions will still be without Dani Carvajal due to illness and the injured Gareth Bale and Mateo Kovacic Achraf Hakimi 18 took Carvajal’s place at right back in the league wins over Espanyol and Getafe although the more experienced Nacho Fernandez is expected to deputise in the position against Tottenham Spurs who warmed up for the game with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth are still without Dele Alli as he serves the final game of a suspension and Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama through injury Ben Davies is doubtful due to illness as is fellow left back Danny Rose who has just returned from an eight-month injury layoff For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Chandigarh | Published: May 13 2017 12:44 pm Capt Amarinder Singh Chief Minister of Punjab with ML Khattar Chief Minister of Haryana after attending 28th Northern Zonal Council meeting under the chairmanship of Rajnath Singh (Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh) Top News Punjab and Haryana were locked into arguments over the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal issue and sharing of river waters in the 28th Northern Zonal Council meeting held here on Friday even as Punjab claimed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had asked two states to develop a consensus to resolve the contentious issue through “dialogue” Rajnath as per a press release by Punjab government however said if dialogues failed to yield results the matter should be left to the courts to decide Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Badal it was learnt mooted the idea to settle the issues relating to river sharing “out-of-court” Haryana was represented in the meeting by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar After Haryana claimed to have an “edge” in the legal battle involving SYL canal Manpreet Badal was learnt to have said “Punjabis do not mind sacrificing their life if you ask with love but do not show us the rulebook” When contacted later Badal said “After reorganisation everything was divided in the ratio of 60 and 40 between Punjab and Haryana Either same rule should follow in sharing of waters and Haryana should also give 60 percent of water from Yamuna which they are reluctant to or internationally accepted riparian principles should be adhered to Already 75 per cent of the water belonging to Punjab is flowing out to other states” SYL issue was one of the agenda items among the river water sharing issues taken up during the meeting attended by representatives of Punjab Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan While Punjab is against the SYL canal saying it was already water-deficient Haryana wants the canal to become operational so that it could get share of Ravi-Beas river waters for Haryana “Punjab and Haryana on Friday agreed to try and find a collective solution to the dispute through dialogue” said a statement issued by the Punjab government which hosted the meeting Addressing a joint press conference with Inter-State Council Secretary in Union home ministry Sanjeevani Kutty Punjab chief secretary Karan Avtar Singh said that during the meeting Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh sought to get the availability of waters in the Ravi and Beas rivers assessed afresh while pointing out that there was changes in the climate in the Monsoon pattern and subsequently in the flow of the rivers Chief Secretary said the Haryana CM was receptive to the suggestion Kutty said a number of issues were resolved during the meeting while some issues relating to river water sharing power-sharing between states and water contamination in rivers needed more discussions She said Union Ministry of Water Resources and Ministry of Power would hold meetings with states concerned on such issues Later a Haryana government statement quoted the CM as saying in the meeting “The state government is willing to work towards an amicable settlement of every issue but we must always honour agreements arrived at in the past Since our faith in the Constitution of India is full and unflinching we would never hesitate in taking legal recourse in our determination to safeguard our interests and to protect the rights of the residents of the State” “Haryana is a water stressed state as against the demand of 360 MAF water the availability of water is only 147 MAF We have to give out of our own share in the Yamuna waters extra water to Delhi in compliance of the apex court’s orders even as Punjab is not delivering Haryana’s full share of the Ravi-Beas water” he said Khattar also urged the Union Government to expedite the construction of Renuka Kishau and Lakhwar-Vyasi dams on river Yamuna “The supplies in river Yamuna have been dwindling over the recent years and there being no dam on it precious water goes waste during the monsoon season” he said Another issue which was debated was setting up 27 mini hydel power projects by Punjab on Bhakra main line (BML) with generation capacity of 6375 megawatts Punjab had approached Ministry of New and Renewable Energy for funding the hydel power projects on BML by “non-consumptive use” of water within its territory The ministry asked Punjab to get no-objection certificate from Bhakra Beas Management Board which refused the same in 2015 saying work could not be done without concurrence of partner states as 1950 agreement Haryana contended that cost of hydel project should be shared in the ratio of sharing costs of assets of Bhakra Nangal Project and electricity should be distributed accordingly Rajasthan said cost of construction and power generated should be shared by Rajasthan Punjab and Haryana like other Bhakra Nangal Power House projects Himachal said it should get 719 per cent power in all BBMB projects as per population ratio and the state should get an additional 12 per cent free power plus 1 per cent share as per National Hydro Power Policy besides its usual share Punjab however contended that mini hydel power plant passed through Punjab and maintained by the state and there was no question of power sharing unless the projects were joint ventures “The power to be generated is miniscule What share out of that Punjab can give to other states” Badal said In absence of a consensus on the issue between the states there is generation loss of 635 MW of power costing Rs 50 paise per unit only In the meeting Punjab also demanded land from Airport Authority of India for setting up perishable cargo centre at International Airport Chandigarh But it was told the facility was not feasible due to less number of international flights Similar facility set up at Amritsar is unutilised due to discontinuation of international flights from Amritsar International Airport Punjab Governor V P Singh Badnore Lt Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Anil Madhav Dave Health and Family Welfare Minister of Himachal Pradesh Thakur Kaul Singh and Rajasthan Water Resources minister Dr Ram Pratap attended the meeting For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Updated: January 30 2017 1:27 am Bigg Boss 10 January 28 preview: Bani Lopamudra Manu and Manveer will face a panel who will raise questions about their stay inside the house Related News With just one day left for the grand finale of Bigg Boss 10 the four finalists – Bani Judge Lopamudra Raut Manu Punjabi and Manveer Gurjar will face several tough questions by a panel in tonight’s episode They will be judged by a self-confessed Bigg Boss fan andfilmmaker Farah Khan Bigg Boss asks Manu Manveer Lopa and Bani to assemble inside the activity area for an elaborate panel discussion on the topic – “Celebrities vs Indiawale – who deserves to win Bigg Boss” Also read |Bigg Boss 10 finalist Manveer Gurjar has not won the show yet clarifies his brother Watch video Watch |Bigg Boss 10: Manveer Gurjar Wins The Show Leading the panel are ex-bigg Boss contestant Puneet Issar and RJ Malishka as they support the celebrities while actor Ravi Dubey and journalist Sweta Singh back the Indiawale Farah becomes the moderator of the debate As the discussion takes place Farah asks all four finalists to put across their point of view Manu says that an Indiawala deserves to win since the commoners have shown extreme determination in every task as compared to the celebrities On the other hand Lopa says that the celebrities have achieved a lot of things in their lives so far and that’s an added advantage that they have over the Indiawale contestants Manu contradicts her point and says that they need to talk about Bigg Boss and not about their previous achievements Farah agrees with Manu and says that the celebrities have contributed the least in all the tasks Furthermore Puneet puts across a point that Indiawale became aggressive and brash during the tasks and asks them for a justification Malishka seconds Puneet’s point and puts allegations on commoners for crossing their limits In their defense Manu and Manveer say that Bigg Boss was like a golden opportunity for them and they wanted to make most of it They did make mistakes fell down got back on their feet but still fought every battle or challenge with utmost honesty They further said that they did condemn Swami Om and Priyanka Jagga but the latter’s actions don’t prove that all Indiawale were destructive Meet our panel: @TheFarahKhan @mymalishka @_ravidubey @ImPuneetIssar & @SwetaAajtak How will the housemates face them #BB10GrandFinale pictwittercom/IxuVkfi8n0 — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) January 28 2017 On the other hand Ravi and Sweta question Lopa and Bani for having superiority complex and for not warming up to the Indiawale contestants Lopa and Bani defend themselves saying that they never showcased that they were superior to anyone In fact the Indiawale contestants always stayed close knit and did not mingle around with the celebrities Manu and Manveer say that Mona Lisa who was a celebrity was undermined and highly criticized by her fellow celeb contestants and it was the commoners who resurrected her confidence and supported her in the game Also read |Bigg Boss 10: Who will win the show Cast your votes The debate gets more intense as the panelists interrogate the contestants while they try their best to give befitting replies In the evening as the finalists gear up for the last leg of the finale they get a surprise makeover at the hands of beauty experts? the Shiv Sai Dahi Handi took home Rs 11 lakh for forming nine tiers in Thane this year.
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delays in delivery of justice, along with their daughter, but even that could not be taken up due to paucity of space, The two arrested were identified as Shankar Biradar (33) and Ravi Sabade (27). who is all set to make a comeback on Television with his new comedy show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’,since the league’s inception in 2008.