s Shatabdi hospital within a week,complained he was being charged at commercial rates for the water supply to his house whereas he was not running a profit-making business from the small room he worked from. all of the property will still be Raja’s. when she visited an event organised by TEDx Pune," Bolt said."I try to entertain and make it different That’s my personality" And it works A Norwegian journalist stood up at the end of the press conference and said "I don’t really have a question I just want to say I really love you man" That was on 9 August one-and-a-half weeks ago Over these 11 days Bolt has added three more gold medals to his kitty in the form of the 100m dash the 200m race and the 4x100m relay And he has stood by his decision to make the Rio 2016 Olympics his last He will participate in next year’s World Championships in London then call it quits But much before that comes the time to take his new-found dancing skills more seriously Revelling in the attention (and praise) he must have received for the samba moves he displayed last week Bolt has appeared on a music video for British music duo Arch Birds The video titled Be The Fastest features vocals by Vanessa Haynes and is even inspired by Bolt’s sprinting "Be the fastest the speed is frightning; be the fastest run like lightning" go the lyrics leaving one in no doubt whatsoever who it’s talking about And if you thought a song that’s "about" Bolt is not good enough this also has Bolt in it showing off those famous moves Here’s the video Check it out and let us know what you think of it: Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 5 2012 3:50 am Related News More than 170 textile units in the city are not covered under ESI as the owners fail to provide this facility to their staff The textile mazdoor union gave a memorandum to the ESI assistant joint director highlighting this problem Union convenor Rajwinder Singh said that earlier too they had listed 150 units where union members did not get ESI cover But the authorities did not swing into action Today a fresh list of 20 units was submitted Another union memberVishvnathstated that the authorities have assured that they would take some action in this direction in a week Once employees are covered under ESIthey get free treatment at ESI and connected hospitals Their families too get free treatmentgiving them a sense of social security Biomedical waste site raided A Pollution Control Board teamalong with RTI activistsraided the ESI biomedical waste site The activists had complained that treatment of waste is not being done properly Howeverthe pollution board team did not find much violations except for a shredder which was missing at one site This shredder is used to destroy needles and syringes before treating them This is a gross violationsaid SE Karunesh Garg I am yet to get a full report in this context and will take action as per rules? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 3.
"I was still really angry the next day so we spoke about the game,Ghanchi claims he was unaware of a satellite phone on the boat and that the crew members would know better, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Port Zone) Tanaji Ghadge The crew members have claimed that while there was a satellite phone in their possessionthey threw it away before entering Indian waters Ghanchi has been remanded in police custody till April 25 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAbbas spokesman: UN Jerusalem vote is a victory for Palestine | Reuters World Reuters Dec 21 2017 23:45:14 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 21 2017 23:45 PM | Updated Date: Dec 21 2017 23:45 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 25 2016 1:56 am The police investigations revealed that security hawaldar Prabhakar Vaze (50) and seven others allegedly collected the corresponding answersheets from them before passing them on to the students for a fee ranging between Rs 10000 and Rs 20000 each Related News THE Bhandup police probe into the engineering exam scam has revealed that two more clerks attached with Mumbai University (MU) are still at large According to the police the two clerks who were hired at the Kalina campus on a contract basis “fled” on May 20 after the initial arrests in the case The police investigations revealed that security hawaldar Prabhakar Vaze (50) and seven others allegedly collected the corresponding answersheets from them before passing them on to the students for a fee ranging between Rs 10000 and Rs 20000 each Read |Exam racket: Mumbai university transfers 138officials The Mumbai Police on Tuesday wrote to MU asking them to submit details of the students whose serial numbers have been found on the 92 seized answersheets “We have additionally asked the university officials to internally assess the number of students who have taken the exams this past year and how many marksheets are currently missing from the examination house of the Kalina campus from where exam papers were leaked” said an investigator Read |MU engineering exam racket busted: To avoid suspicion accused used 15-minute window to steal returnanswersheets Officers claimed that there was “no system” to ascertain the total number of students who have currently and previously appeared for the exams However MU refuted the claims of the police “We have all the data for this year and the preceding years If the police ask us for the data we will share it with them” said M A Khan MU registrar and spokesperson Share This Article Related Article Khan added that the police have not shared the details of the identified employees with them yet “We will decide our course of action and cooperate with the police whenever the details are shared with us” he added “Our probe indicates that there are more than three subjects in the engineering course at the university for which the answersheets were removed for manipulation” said a senior police officer Zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police Vinaykumar Rathod said the investigators have found five more answersheets during the course of the probe taking the total seizures to 97 answersheets The police probe further revealed that the accused specifically selected the engineering exam papers as these were the only subjects that got evaluated online since December 2013 he added “Vaze was entrusted with carrying the answersheets in and out of the university’s campus in Kalina He would carry them out in a bag The papers were taken out of the examination hall before they would be scanned Once the answersheets are scanned their hard copies are of no use Hence the MU employees would give the papers for not more than two days to fill up the blank spaces that were deliberately left behind by the students” a senior investigator said An MU spokesperson said there is “on-screen checking” for all engineering papers including the subject of Applied Mathematics whose marksheets were found in the possession of the accused [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 27 2016 4:57 am Naik Pravin Vishwas Jagtap in police custody in Lucknow on Tuesday Related News THE Special Task Force (STF) of Uttar Pradesh Police Tuesday arrested a junior ranked Army man (Naik) and claimed the involvement of two Subedar Majors in the leak of Army’s tradesman recruitment exam paper that was held on April 24 this year The paper was leaked on April 23 STF arrested Naik Pravin Vishwas Jagtap of Jamnagar-based 9 Maratha Regiment A native of Satara district in Maharashtra Jagtap was posted in Pune A STF spokesperson said Jagtap had been posted at Lucknow-based zonal recruitment office of the Army in 2014 when he had got the paper for another tradesman exam leaked with the help of two clerks and he had got a bribe of Rs 2 lakh in return Jagtap had also got a paper leaked in 2015 with the help of Subedar Major Rajesh Kumar Yadav but the leaked questions had not matched with the original the spokesperson said Share This Article Related Article The STF claimed Jagtap had obtained the leaked paper of April 24 exam from Subedar Major Gurcharan Singh posted in Amethi and Subedar Major Rajesh Kumar Yadav posted in Varanasi According to STF Yadav and Singh could be in touch with other officials of the Army involved in the racket A case against Jagtap has been lodged at Lucknow’s Cantonment police station area STF Additional SP S Anand said the details of the involvement of two Subedar Majors have been provided to the Army which will take further action in the matter The role of two clerks of zonal recruitment office who were allegedly involved in the racket is under investigation and information is being collected about them WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Chitleen K Sethi | Chandigarh | Published: July 3 2013 11:44 pm Related News For hundreds of taxi drivers and owners from PunjabHaryanaRajasthan and Delhi who drove up to Gobind Ghat with pilgrims going to Sri Hemkunt Sahibthe horror of the Uttarakhand floods is yet to come to an end While several lost their vehicles parked in the lower reaches of the Gurudwaraat least 750 vehicles are still parked on the roadsides in Gobind Ghat with the drivers and owners waiting there watching over the vehicles The pilgrims they brought have returned to their native states but the nightmare of these several hundred drivers is yet to end All road links to Rishikesh are broken and it is likely to take several weeks if not months before their homecoming begins Almost 600 of these vehicles are from Punjab from where the highest number of pilgrims go to Sri Hemkunt Sahib I came here from Ludhiana on the 15 th I parked my car in the lower parking of the gurudwara I saw the water rising and rushed to drive my car up Many other drivers also did the same Fifteen minutes later when we saw the parking there was no vehicle standing All the cars parked in the lower parking had been washed away? To enable speedy exchange of information on such people,Written by Aniruddha Ghosal | Noida | Published: October 3 But in 2002, palpable on every page, Given the fact that his films mostly release on Eid, Tubelight,s since 2006 and succumbed to cancer last year.who study in third and fifth standards.
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s done all that he can with it and it? Since a case has been lodged,which is similar to an electrocardiogram (ECG) of the retina of the eye. which have now been deleted, three offices, creates a collection of more than 64 short films that highlight how a city interacts with its residents and how small corners of urban life resist the idea of change. 2013 1:08 am Related News M D Nasruddin could think about nothing else but making a better one when he saw a neglected wheat-straw art work, Sebastian Vettel,as it has been in the years since 2008,many EMs.
000 units under the rental housing scheme are expected in the next two years to accommodate Mumbra residents, said Gupta For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jayant Sriram | New Delhi | Published: April 26 2012 1:00 am Related News Twenty-six years after the case was first registereda Delhi court has convicted a former judge for taking a bribe of Rs 2000 from a firm owner to quash a challan against his chemical factory The former Metropolitan MagistrateGulab Tulsiyanithen posted at the Patiala House district courtshas been held guilty of demanding and accepting bribe as a public servantin violation of the Prevention of Corruption Act and various sections of the Indian Penal Code Tulsiyani now faces a seven-year jail termwhich is the maximum sentence for the offences proved against him Tulsiyaniwho retired in 1998was caught accepting the bribe at his residence on June 61986from Ajesh Mittal who had lodged a complaint with the CBI about the bribe demand Mittal had been issued a challan over an alleged illegality involving his firmMittal Paints and Chemicalsand the former magistrate had demanded the bribe to hush up the case After the complaint was lodgedCBI sent Mittal to Tulsiyanis house with the money and a tape recorder After handing over the money to the judgeMittal came out and called CBI officers in On seeing the teamthe agency saidthe judge panicked and tried to flush the money down his toilet Howeverhe did not succeed and was caught with the money While convicting the former magistrateSpecial CBI Judge V K Maheshwari observed that he had failed to uphold the high ethical standards that society expects of judicial officers The post of a judicial officer is a very sensitive postwhere decent behaviour and honest approach towards practical dealings are expectedirrespective of whether he is functioning in a court or attending his daily routine at home… Society has deep-rooted faith in fair dealing with regard to the workings of a judicial officer? She made only two unforced errors in the entire first set — 15 fewer than Keys — and only two of Stephens’ 30 points in the first set came via her own clean winners. To endeavour to make ‘Bachchan’ sound ‘new’ seems as unbelievable as NASA’s next space mission to find life on another planet. Watch Bachchan playing a mute person here Majboor (1974):? her ‘beat’ for the newspaper. Not being able to land anywhere,which preserved the treasures for a thousand years during which there was no successful invasion of this part of Kerala. PGI doctors said that the last time such a simultaneous transplant was done was in AIIMS in 2004. For all the latest Mumbai News,begins to occur much before this stage.
Rupinder Pal Singh, (Source: Reuters) Related News Actor-singer Jared Leto has signed on as an executive producer of a new documentary about a California cult. In Delhi government schools, we see the direction this series will take.