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who died of cancer, dignified, our success was my brain and his energy, For all the latest Pune News, GTU officials said such cases are common because the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) insisted on the appointment of adequate full-time staff. Aishwarya has also been getting mixed feedback for her acting in the movie. The entire process of permission normally takes around 35 to 45 days. was the next best option.” Murgadoss told PTI. they said.
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including Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, After a tight first set, just like the polio programme run by the union health ministry,India’s experiment worked as the? Lee, “But at the moment they can’t do anything as their government is not giving clearance for such a series. The child (0-6 years) sex ratio (CSR) had dropped alarmingly, The UPA government activated the moribund regional framework for the Indian Ocean, Alia says, As a teenager.
All thanks to Gurgaon-based Swathi Venkatesan, that goal seemed way off target as all those tipped for success had departed empty handed. of Brazil. passed away,” she said. That is why a decision was taken to send the challans to court. Municipal Corporation officials say that it is the responsibility of the residents to ensure that their garbage is thrown in the garbage bins Throwing garbage outside the bins is an offence Putting construction waste and horticulture waste in the bins is also an offence Government offices and institutions have also been issued a warning not to dump waste outside their boundary walls The MC has constituted teams that are on the lookout for defaulters and would cover the city in phases Over the past few yearsthe condition of sanitation in the city has been deteriorating with garbage and construction waste lying at various places The schemes of the MC to tackle the problem were hitting roadblocks Howeverfor this yearit was decided that there would be a special focus on sanitation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TANBIR DHALIWAL | Published: April 24 2013 2:34 am Related News Having started working with the orthopaedics department in 1995the outgoing director speaks to Tanbir Dhaliwal How has your journey at Government Medical College and HospitalSector 32been I started with the orthopaedics department in GMCH-32 in 1995 I took it to a height that was reckoned by the country In 2006I got the opportunity to join Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research as a professor of orthopaedics In 2007I was asked to apply for the post of director of GMCH-32 and was selected Sadlythere was resentment among staff regarding my appointment I joined as a directorin a very hostile environment I knew that I will have to work very hard to cross all the hurdlesand today when I look backI think I did well What was your first step to improve the condition of the hospital When I cameI knew that people here had the tendency to smother their juniors SoI made the Annual Confidential Report (ACR) objective Earlierthe report of the faculty was on the whims and the fancies of the department heads and the then director But with this systemeverything was transparentand provided an impetus for youngsters to work hard I nullified my role in the marking system The ACR form was appreciated by the Medical Council of IndiaMedical CollegeRohtakand Baba Farid University Are you satisfied with the kind of work you did as the director I worked on a few agendasincluding getting the status of deemed universityprocurement of MRI and CT scancath lab (the proposal is being considered by the Chandigarh Administration)stem cell researchand synchronisation of medical facilities Howeverdue to shallow vision of a few faculty membersmy idea of deemed university was not accepted by the them Post graduate and paramedic courses have been initiatedBlock-E of Regional Institute of Mental Health-48 is under construction318 staff nurses were recruited on regular basis and many other projects were accomplished under my directorship I certainly have contributed significantly towards the development of GMCH-32 A majority of the faculty members are satisfied What were the major challenges that you faced Lack of support from some members of the hospital If they had supported meinstead of opposing every movethe institution could have achieved a lot more What do you intend to do next I still have three years at PGI I will join there as the chief of orthopaedics What is your advice to your successor He is among those people who are close to me He is a refined and sophisticated person By virtue of his style and moderationI am sure that he will take the institute ahead One issue is of contractual employeesthose by virtue of their less salary do not work properly The contractors also try fleece them and the salary is lessthus creating dissatisfaction among the employees The next challenge is to recruit 35 super-specialists in departmentsincluding urology and endocrinology Our recruitment rules are yet to be finalised by the Ministry of Health After finalisationregular super-specialists will be employed The institute has a good futurebecause we tend to have a healthy competition with PGI The Chandigarh administration and the expectations of the people will push the institute ahead For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay | Kolkata | Published: April 7 2012 1:39 am Top News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has constituted a high-powered task force for the department of information and cultureand chosen as its members partymen as well as entrepreneurs and artistes who are considered close to her According to sources in the department headed by Mamata the committee will have extensive powers to advise the chief minister on how to boost the image of the government The department has a budget of Rs 110 crore this yearas against Rs 48 crore last year Questioned have been raised about the capability of some of the members of the eight-member task force headed by department special secretary Nandini Chakrabarty The committee includes Sankudeb Pandapresident of the Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishadwho earlier worked as a TV news channel reporter There is also Saurav Chakrabortypresident of the Trinamool Youth Congresswho handled the Trinamool campaign for the recent Assembly elections in Manipur The other partyman on the committee is Swapan DebnathMLA from Nadanghat in Burdwan district Shivaji Panjaan entrepreneur who was in charge of Mamatas solo exhibition of paintings that fetched Rs 1 croreis on the panel The CM has also taken Saumitra Roy of Bangla band BhoomiKalika Prasad Bhattacharjee of Bangla band Doharand Swapan Moitrawho is also from the field of music Spokesperson of the department Arpita Ghosha theatre personalitywas among the intellectuals who opposed the Left Front government on issues like Nandigram and Singur and later sided with Mamata even when personalities like Mahasweta DeviKaushik Sen and Sunanda Sanyal criticised the chief minister Saumitra Roy explained that the members were trusted people of the chief minister We enjoy the trust of the chief minister and that is why we have been taken? ? “The point tastes like glory. So much ? at #RG17 Exemplary sportsmanship from @HoracioZeballos who carries @David__Goffin’s bag off-court at 2017 @RolandGarros pictwittercom/vmRF4yVJPM — Tennis Channel (@TennisChannel) June 2 2017 Frightening lightning Shelby Rogers who lost to home hope Kiki Mladenovic despite being 5-2 ahead in the final set refused to blame a stoppage in play for extreme weather for her loss "Neither one of us wanted to play in lightning That’s not very smart" said the American Mladenovic won six of the last seven games to move to the fourth round with a 7-5 4-6 8-6 win This victory was another improbable comeback by the Frenchwoman to reach the second week of the Grand Slam at home for the first time Emotional celebration by Mladenovic with her parents team and Pouille (via Roland Garros backstage) pictwittercom/iOpvS6VVQ2 — Ilya Ryvlin (@ryvlin) June 2 2017 Quotes of the day: "I do this on my own time and my own dime" — Andre Agassi revealing he is not paid to coach Novak Djokovic "What did I say What did I say You understand Serbian" — Djokovic after being warned by umpire Carlos Ramos for unsportsmanlike behaviour in his five-set win over Diego Schwartzman "He’s my singing partner so I need to support that" — Grigor Dimitrov on the return of Roger Federer in Stuttgart later this month At Indian Wells this year Federer Dimitrov and Tommy Haas dubbing themselves the Backhand Boys performed "Hard To Say I’m Sorry" during an on-court interview "Maths was the only subject that I failed in the last year at school That doesn’t mean that the numbers don’t worry me now" — Nadal on his 100th best-of-five claycourt match "I think it’s sort of really shocking comments to hear I won’t get necessarily into the politics on what something should and shouldn’t be called but I think to some extent definitely there should be some kind of apology and whatever repercussions" — Milos Raonic weighs in on the Margaret Court controversy "I know in Wimbledon I will go to the same house I know the kitchen and I know that the owner the woman loves to bake so I have everything I need for muffin cakes and stuff" — Garbine Muguruza on how baking helps her forget the stress of tennis Stats of the day: 12 — points on serve lost by Nadal in his 6-0 6-1 6-0 mauling of Basilashvili 16 — points in a row won by defending champion Garbine Muguruza in her match against Yulia Putintseva 63 — unforced errors from Svetlana Kuznetsova in her marathon three-set win over China’s Zhang Shuai With inputs from AFP By: Reuters | Published: February 16 2017 8:31 am Bob Bradley was sacked by Swansea City just 85 days after he was hired (Source: Reuters) Top News A lifetime of work led Bob Bradley to the Premier League and his ultimate job in taking on a nearly “impossible” task that proved to be just that when he was sacked last December as manager of Swansea City after 85 days In an article published on The Players’ Tribune website on Wednesday Bradley said his 11-game tenure with the Welsh club which is the second shortest in the history of the league left a black mark on a career that has spanned the globe and included stints managing the US and Egyptian national teams “I knew if I went there that I would be entering a tough – maybe impossible – situation” Bradley wrote “The team had started poorly and the takeover by American owners had angered the club’s supporters “But managing at the top level of English football was the ultimate challenge I had worked hard to prepare for this opportunity I had to go for it” Bradley’s career has been one shaped equally by triumph and failure After managing for nearly a decade in Major League Soccer he became the first American to manage a European first division side taking tiny Norwegian side Stabaek to a spot in the Europa League Following a move in 2015 to Le Havre then a member of France’s Ligue 2 Bradley was offered a challenge he could not resist “All those experiences led to my opportunity at Swansea” said Bradley “The 2016-17 season had already started at Le Havre but I got word that Swansea might be interested in making a coaching change “I failed Failed to put my stamp on the team at Swansea We never found consistency or confidence” There was no honeymoon period for Bradley who was under pressure right from the start from a Swansea fan base that never warmed to the American Following a 4-1 loss to West Ham Bradley’s Premier League adventure was over before it had really began “One last word for the supporters I loved my time at your club I was committed to making it work” said Bradley “I’m sorry I couldn’t be your manager longer “For 85 days I put my heart and soul into Swansea City To get anywhere in life you must experience failure I am ready for the next challenge And yes I am an American coach” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Jaipur | Published: October 15 2016 1:17 am Komal Meena Top News Efforts to rescue six-year-old Komal Meena who fell into a borewell in Alwar’s Rajgarh town on Tuesday evening around 6 PM entered the fourth day on Friday with the digging reaching just the halfway mark around the depth where she is stuck police said While the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) had been called Wednesday morning the Army was called in Thursday morning Initially the NDRF had tried to get through to Komal through the borewell while Army officials suggested digging around the borewell Since Thursday excavators have been busy digging around the borewell From an initial two four excavators are now working round the clock apart from five dumper trucks to carry the earth away from the site “However the digging has just reached around 50 feet” said Additional SP Rural Suresh Kheenchi Komal is said to be stuck at a depth of around 100 feet in the borewell which has a total depth of 900 feet He said it cannot still be ascertained as to when the excavators or the rescue team will reach Komal Dinesh a local said that when she had gone missing on Tuesday evening they searched all around in the fields wells and in nearby villages “Then someone found the tiny hand and foot marks around the borewell and that’s how we located her” he said “For around 12 hours we tried to lock her arm in a hook and pull her up but were unsuccessful before the NDRF and then the Army took over” he said Rajgarh Station House Officer Rajiv Rahar said that as per girl’s father Mukesh Meena Komal was playing with her brother Rohit in their village Barer when she fell into the borewell Tuesday evening The police was informed around 10 pm following which rescue operations were initiated Officials concede that chances of Komal’s survival are very slim as there is no movement in the arm “There are hundreds of villagers keeping a vigil we want to retrieve her or her body at the earliest” Kheenchi said Apart from Army NDRF officials from Public Health Engineering Department civil defence the administration and the police are doing their bit with rescue efforts For all the latest Jaipur News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOff-spinner Gurkeerat Singh Mann registered his career best bowling figures as Punjab defeated a sorry-looking Andhra by seven wickets on the second day of a Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match here today After the fall of 17 wickets on the opening day it was no different today as well as 16 more tumbled on a rank turner at the Dhruve Pandove stadium Resuming their first innings at 127 for seven in reply to Andhra 80 all out Punjab added 20 more runs to finish on 147 to take a first innings lead of 67 runs File picture of Rajat Bhatia PTI But the first innings lead hardly mattered as Punjab rode on Gurkeerat’s innings-best five for 38 to bundle out Andhra for a meagre 133 in their second innings thereby setting a paltry target of 67 runs to chase for an outright win with more than two days play remaining in the match Gurkeerat finished with career-best match figures of nine for 52 which includes his first innings bowling figures of four for 14 Gurkeerat was ably supported by pacer Rajwinder Singh (3/33) who picked up three wickets in the second innings while Sarabjit Ladda (2/40) accounted for two The 67-run target was a mere formality for Punjab to complete which they achieved in 193 overs but not without losing three top-order batsmen By virtue of this win Punjab pocketed six points from the match while Andhra returned empty-handed Brief Scores: Punjab: 147 & 67 for three in 193 overs (Mandeep Singh 22 not out; Hanumappa Shivraj 1/10) Andhra: 80 & 133 all out in 414 overs (KS Bharat 39; Gurkeerat Singh 5/38) Points: Punjab 6 Andhra 0 Rajasthan reach 219/7 in reply to Karnataka’s 281 in 1st inngs Rajat Bhatia missed out on a century by just one run as Rajasthan reached 219 for seven still trailing Karnataka’s first innings total by 62 runs on the second day of a Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match here today At stumps Deepak Chahar was batting on 13 and K Ajay Singh was on six Earlier resuming on 270 for eight in their first essay Karnataka could add just another 11 runs to their overnight total getting all out for 281 Aniket Choudhary finished with best figures of five for 77 for Rajasthan In reply Rajasthan were struggling at 48 for four before Bhatia came to the team’s rescue He played a responsible knock of 99 that came off 171 deliveries and included 14 hits to the fence Bhatia also put on a crucial 76-run stand with Puneet Yadav (28) for the fifth wicket followed by another fruitful partnership of 60 runs with Dishant Yagnik (21) for the sixth wicket But at the end Bhatia got out falling just one short of a well deserved hundred R Vinay Kumar (2/39) and David Mathias (2/41) picked up two wickets each Delhi reduced to 245/7 against Odisha Suryakant Pradhan’s four-wicket haul did the most damage as Delhi’s batting squandered a good start to be left tottering at 245 for 7 in their first innings on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group A match against Odisha here today Overnight 99 for one Delhi’s batsmen failed to convert their starts into big scores allowing the home side to have the upper-hand Middle-order batsman Milind Kumar top-scored for the visitors with a 138-ball 59 which was laced with eight fours There were other decent contributions up the order as well but the absence of that one big sheet-anchor effort hurt Delhi The opening pair of Dhruv Shourey (42) and skipper Gautam Gambhir (41) and Nitish Rana (37) were the other notable contributors to the total The middle-order failed miserably with Pradhan being the wrecker-in-chief The medium-pacer’s day’s figures read an impressive 4 for 83 in 325 overs Basant Mohanty notched up a couple of wickets Brief Scores: Delhi 1st Innings: 245/7 in 115 overs (Milind Kumar 59 Dhruv Shorey 42 Gautam Gambhir 41 S Pradhan 4/83) Railways in deep trouble against TN Railways were in a spot of bother at 129 for seven in their first innings in reply to Tamil Nadu’s 328 at the close of play on the second day of a Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match here today Opener V Cheluvaraj was a fighting a lonely battle at 63 not out while Arindam Ghosh (48) gave him good support at the middle as the duo shared 104 runs for the fourth wicket Saurabh Wakaskar (11) was the only other Railway batsman to have reached double digit score Pace duo of A Aswin Crist (4/42) and J Kousik (3/7) wrecked the Railways innings with their incisive bowling Earlier resuming the overnight score of 288 for six the last four Tamil Nadu batsmen could add just 40 runs Overnight centurian Baba Indrajith added 30 more runs before falling to Railway’s top bowler Anureet Singh who finished with impressive figures of five for 104 Indrajith faced 233 balls and struck 24 boundaries during his knock From here on it will be a Herculean task for Railways to take the vital first innings lead as they still trail Tamil Nadu by 199 runs with just three wickets in hand Brief Scores: Tamil Nadu 1st innings; 328 all out in 1112 overs (Baba Indrajith 151; Anureet Singh 5/104) Railways 1st innings: 129 for seven in 59 overs (V Cheluvaraj 63 not out; A Aswin Crist 4/42) J&K put on 460 against Hyderabad Riding on a splendid show by their batsmen Jammu and Kashmir posted a mammoth first-innings total of 460 against Hyderabad on the second day of their Ranji Trophy group C match here today After skipper Mithun Manhas’ 150 yesterday the visiting side rode on Parveez Rasool’s 120-ball 75 and Ram Dayal’s 48 to get over the 400-run mark and grab the edge For Hyderabad Anwar Ahmed was the best bowler with a haul of 5/92 In reply Hyderabad were 113/2 in 41 overs with opener Tanmay Aggarwal’s 57 being their best individual score so far Rohit Sharma picked up both the wickets that fell today ending the day with figures of 2/33 Brief Scores: Jammu and Kashmir 1st Innings: 460 all out in 1312 overs (Mithun Manhas 150 Parveez Rasool 75 Anwar Ahmed 5/92) Hyderabad 1st Innings: 113/2 in 41 overs (Tanmay Aggarwal 57 Rohit Sharma 2/33) Praveen Saurabh give UP upper hand against Gujarat Praveen Kumar (5/16) and Saurabh Kumar (5/37) shared 10 wickets between them to bundle out Gajarat for 100 and give Uttar Pradesh 173-run first innings lead on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match here today At the close of play UP were 163 for seven in their second innings with an overall lead of 336 runs and three wickets remaining Earlier resuming at 272 for nine in their first innings UP could add just one more run to their overnight score to finish at 273 In reply Gujarat kept losing wickets at regular interval even as Praveen and Saurabh wrecked havoc Only three home team batsmen could reach the double digit mark as they fell for a meagre 100 in 314 overs The visitors also did not have an ideal start to their second innings as both the openers Tanmay Srivastava (1) and Almas Shaukat (8) got out cheaply But one-down batsman Umang Sharma (66) hit a half-century to steady the boat At stumps Piyush Chawla was unbeaten on 17 and Praveen Kumar was batting on five For Gujarat Axar Patel was the pick of the wickets with figures of four for 54 Brief scores: Uttar Pradesh: 273 & 163 for 7 (Umang Sharma 66 Axar Patel 4/54) Gujarat: 100 all out (Parthiv Patel 39; Praveen Kumar 5/16 Saurabh Kumar 5/37) Saurashtra lead Services by 10 runs at end of Day 2 Good bowling display from Services’ Muzzaffaruddin Khalid and DG Pathania who took five and four wickets respectively helped the team bowl out Saurashtra for 264 on day two of their Ranji Trophy Group C crciket match here today At the close of play Saurashtra led Services by 10 runs in the first innings A A Barot top-scored for Saurashtra with 66 runs C S Jani was bowled by Muzzaffaruddin Khalid for 47 Saurashtra captain J N Shah managed to make 23 Khalid (5-74) and Pathania (4-72) were the pick among the bowlers sharing nine wickets between them Brief Scores: Services 254 all out in 691 overs (Rajat Paliwal 121 Yashpal Singh 55 not out; Jaydev Unadkat 6-80 Shaurya Sanandia 3-62) Saurashtra 264 all out in 924 overs (AA Barot 66 CS Jani 47; Muzzaffaruddin Khalid 5-74 DG Pathania 4-72) Bengal have edge against Haryana Mukesh Kumar led Bengal’s impressive bowling show as they restricted the Virender Sehwag-led Haryana to 186 for eight to take control of their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match here today Bengal were all out for 329 in their first innings with Sachin Rana returning figures of five for 46 at the CH Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium The match’s biggest attraction and Haryana captain Virender Sehwag (28) was bowled by Mukesh Kumar (4/49) after getting a start The just-retired India player hit three boundaries while facing 46 balls Earlier a ninth-wicket partnership of 78 runs between Pragyan Ojha (51) and Ashok Dinda (45) frustrated the hosts after they had Bengal at 250 for eight at one stage on the first day yesterday evening Overnight 22 Ojha hit three fours and two sixes in his 103-ball knock while Dinda found the fence six times in his 51-ball innings When their turn to bat came Haryana lost wickets at regular intervals to give the visiting side advantage by the end of second day’s play They were stuttering at 120 for eight at one stage before a ninth-wicket partnership of 66 runs between Rohit Sharma (55 not out) and Yuzvendra Chahal (33 not out) avoided a humiliation At stumps Sharma and Chahal were at the crease with the hosts still trailing by 143 runs with just two wickets remaining Maharashtra trail Vidarbha by 144 runs Vidarbha had the edge as they restricted Maharashtra to 144 for six after being bowled out for 332 in their Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match here today At stumps on day two Maharashtra were trailing by 188 runs with four wickets in hand at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground Vidarbha’s overnight batsman Faiz Fazal top-scored for the hosts with a 273-ball 120 while Shalabh Srivastava and the other overnight batsman Ravi Jangid made 63 and 40 respectively Fazal struck 16 boundaries during his stay at the crease For Maharashtra Shrikant Mundhe and Anupam Sanklecha picked up three wickets each while Chirag Khurana had two Opener Swapnil Gugale was Mahrashtra’s top-scorer with 42 off 80 balls Khurana (19) and Mundhe (7) were at the crease when the stumps were drawn For the home team Shrikant Wagh and Ravikumar Thakur picked up two wickets apiece Goa 141/2 against Jharkhand on 2nd day An unbeaten knock of 67 by opener Swapnil Asnodkar steered Goa to 141 for two in their first innings against hosts Jharkhand on the second day of the four-day Group C Ranji Trophy cricket match at Keenan stadium here today Elected to bat first after winning the toss Goa openers Amogh Desai (26 2×4) and Asnodkar started on a confident note stiching together 84 runs before off-spinner Samar Quadri struck the first blow in the 31st over Quadri who was brought in the seventh over maintained a good line and length from the beginning and kept building pressure on the Goan openers who were facing the host seamers with ease The visitors suffered the first blow when Quadri had Desai caught off Sunny Gupta at the score of 84 Desai faced 107 deliveries to notch up 26 studded with two boundaries Following Desai’s dismissal Sagun Kamat stepped in to partner Asnodka who kept the scoreboard ticking with some brilliant strokes around the field but could not last long as Quadri struck again to have him caught off Kumar Deobrat in the 45th over Kamat contributed 25 runs with the help of a four and a six off 38 deliveries At close Asnodkar was batting at 67 while Dheeraj Jadhav who joined him after Kamat’s departure was on 8 The first day’s play was washed out due to heavy downpour PTI The Indonesian legend bid a cheery adieu to the sport on Wednesday.
we add a tamarind glaze that adds a sweet and sour note, says Jog The spice of wasabi is toned down slightly to suit the fusion But it still teases your nostrils Wasabi has its own stinglike a sledgehammer to the nose and brain And it is such a popular flavour; Ive heard Japan even has wasabi-flavoured chocolates?" Written by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: August 18, though,the accused is also a resident of Mumbai.on the same matchdays and at the same venues.newsline@expressindia. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 8, Harsha Shah of Railway Pravasi Group said boys often board the women-only coaches and harass passengers by passing lewd comments or making vulgar gestures. said the situation was not as bad as “it appeared to be in Mumbai”.Medical and Health.
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and a fundraiser was held for Prashanti Cancer Care Mission.