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” The doctor allayed his father’s fears that “this” was happening to his son. It may be recalled that the UIDAI had shot off a notice to Airtel in September warning that not taking consent and informing the purpose of authentication was a violation of the Aadhaar Act and punishable with financial penalties. On the death threats she is reportedly getting ever since she stepped into the public limelight, Among artists from all over the world, Following this impasse the disgruntled artistes had approached FEFSI (Film Employees’ Federation of South India) but even that hadn’t helped.

Faisal, This, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 24, ? We have asked her to come to Ghaziabad for questioning, the officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 24 2013 1:15 am Related News For being deficient in servicethe UT District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum imposed a fine of Rs 2 lakh on a Zirakpur real estate company along with an amount of Rs 10000 as litigation costs Bharat Bhushan Bawa had purchased a flat in Phase III tower of the upcoming project at the Kalka-Ambala Road of the New Generation Real Estate Ltdattracted by its advertisements Howeverafter moving in 2005he found that as advertised and projected by the companys authoritiesthe house and the housing complex lacked in a lot of facilities The complexs entrance was now completely defaced and looked nothing like he was shown earlier A park in the complex that was shown in the companys brochure was missinghe said It was also brought to forums notice that the upcoming project was not approved by the Government of Punjab as was promoted by the company On finding that the company mislead Bawa and other consumersthe forum maintained that the firm indulged in unfair trade practices The company was also found to be wrongfully projecting itself to be registered with the Punjab Government at the time when it came out with the advertisementsas it is still awaiting the concerned authoritys approval Finding force in Bawas contention New Generation Real Estate has been ordered to pay the compensation within a month failing which he would be liable to pay double of the amount with a 9 per cent interest The firm has also been directed to supply the complainants with a occupation and completion certificate which was still not made available despite several requests For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Updated: May 25 2016 4:18 am ”If our officials find some sort of laxity and find hoardings that can be dangerous to the public they will be reported and we will get them repaired” said Noida Authority officer (Source: Express photo) Related News A day after a road signage fell during a thunderstorm near DLF mall in Noida Sector 18 officials have been directed to carry out a survey of all signages hoardings and uni-poles across Noida “Project engineers will check if these structures are being maintained as per standard procedure security norms and whether they are in need of any kind of maintenance” said Saumya Srivastava deputy chief executive officer Noida Authority ”If our officials find some sort of laxity and find hoardings that can be dangerous to the public they will be reported and we will get them repaired” added Srivastava Share This Article Related Article Following the incident Monday evening the Noida Authority had instituted an inquiry committee to look into the case and submit a report within seven days According to Noida Authority officials these directional signages had been put up across Noida in 2012 Rajesh Prakash additional chief executive officer (ACEO) Noida Authority said “The committee will look into the incident and see if the signage fell due to wind velocity or some structural problem or improper installation If the report suggests faulty installation of signages strict action will be taken against those found responsible” On Tuesday the terms of reference of the inquiry to be conducted by the committee were communicated The panel will check “whether the standardisation of procedures was observed or not whether there was departmental apathy to maintenance that should have been carried out on the part of the contractors and if it was being monitored by the concerned departmental engineers These points will be looked into and the report will be submitted within a week” said Srivastava Around 5 pm on Monday a 27-year-old man was killed after a road signage fell on him and his friend while they were crossing DLF mall on a motorcycle For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 18 2015 8:03 am Related News Farmer unions demanded compensation for a labourer Mandar Singh who died on Tuesday while he was on his way to participate in a dharna organized by eight different farmer unions at Bathinda The unions claimed that Mandar from Killianwali village in Muktsar was depressed after his cotton crop which he had grown on 2 acres of land he had taken on contract was damaged by the white fly attack Share This Article Related Article “He was coming along with other farmers and labourers in a tractor when all of a sudden he fell unconscious and was immediately rushed to the civil hospital where he was declared dead Doctors said he died of cardiac arrest We demand Rs 5 lakh compensation for his family apart from a job to a family member” said Shingara Singh Mann President of Bharti Kisan Union (Ugrahan) The unions have started an indefinite dharna by blocking one side of the road near Rajindra College in Ludhiana demanding compensation of Rs 40000 per acre for cotton farmers whose crop is under white fly attack “The Rs 10 crore allocation for cotton crop by the state government is a cruel joke and hence the dharna will continue till demands are met” the farmers said This dharna is supported by eight farmer unions and an equal number of labourer unions The dharna disrupted traffic on the stretch but farmers vowed to continue their protest For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBack in the 1970s at the height of the Cold War the small Caribbean nation of Cuba went to war thousands of miles away in the battlefields of Angola and Ethiopia leaving thousands dead Cuban leader Fidel Castro who died late Friday was convinced that the global stage for the "world revolution" was happening in Africa —and thus Cuba became the first Latin American nation to go to war outside its own continent Angola and Ethiopia soon became symbols of the "regional conflicts" of the Cold War in which Washington and Moscow battled for ideological supremacy and power through proxy wars But Havana’s involvement in the fighting fields far from home was to cost it dear Some 4300 Cubans died in African conflicts half of them in Angola — although experts say that number has been sharply underestimated A file photo of Fidel Castro in Havana GettyImages Cuban veterans have often complained of lack of care and benefits on returning home In Angola Castro responded to calls for help from the Marxist guerrilla leader Agostinho Neto who had seized Luanda during a bloody war from its Portuguese colonial masters Neto had no intention of sharing Angola’s independence with rival guerrilla leaders Holden Roberto supported by Zaire — now the Democratic Republic of Congo — or Jonas Savimbi backed by South Africa Initially thousands of Cuban troops were deployed along 14000 kilometers (8600 miles) of coastline in Operation Carlota named in honor of a black slave revolt in Cuba Moscow also poured logistics and funding into Angola in a war that turned into a hard slog for Cubans as the heroes of the island’s guerrilla-led revolution had to quickly adapt and learn counter-insurgency tactics In March 1988 the South African army retreated in the face of the Cubans at the battle of Cuito Cuanavale in Angola a setback that sounded the death knell for the apartheid regime and led to the independence of Namibia The Angola campaign lasted until 1991 when the last of some 400000 Cuban soldiers sent to fight "imperialism" in an "international mission" finally returned home In February 1977 General Arnaldo Ochoa was also sent to Ethiopia to support the leader of the Communist military junta Colonel Mengistu Haile Mariam against the Ethiopians’ former Somali allies who were forced to surrender the Ogaden plateau to 17000 Cuban soldiers Cuban troops were also stationed in Mozambique after its independence Since the 1960s Cuban troops have served in Algeria Guinea Guinea Bissau Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone and Libya Mumbai: World Cup Golden Ball winner Diego Forlan struck a brilliant hat-trick the first of the season to power Mumbai City FC to the top of the Indian Super League table with a 5-0 demolition of Kerala Blasters in Mumbai on Saturday Riding on the triple strike from the Uruguayan legend who combined beautifully with fellow-South Americans Brito Alves better known as Cafu and Matias Frederico Mumbai outplayed Blasters to leapfrog Delhi Dynamos and occupy the top of the table with 19 points from 12 games Diego Forlan celebrates after scoring his first hat-trick of the ISL 2016 campaign ISL The massive defeat left Blasters in fourth place with 15 points from 11 games The Uruguayan striker also the team’s skipper scored in the 5th 14th and 63rd minute to the delight of the home team supporters at the Mumbai Football Arena in suburban Andheri before going off the field The fourth goal a left-footed effort from just outside the box from the very impressive Brazilian medio Cafu "killed" the game effectively as a contest with 22 minutes remaining before Romanian Lucian Goian headed a corner in to round off the tally in the 73rd minute and complete Blasters’ humiliation Forlan was in his element from the beginning of the match today and brought the roof down with his brilliant twin strike within the first 15 minutes to silence the large number of supporters of the ‘Yellow Brigade’ from the south The Uruguayan first latched on to a beautifully weighted lob from Argentinian medio Frederico by running forward to reach the ball and beat rival ‘keeper Graham Stack with an angular shot that bulged the left corner of the net in the fifth minute That goal really spurred the home side and especially Forlan on as he unleashed a pile driver from 35 yards out that needed a dive from the English custodian of Blasters who tipped it around the post for a corner Indian captain Sunil Chhetri nearly squeezed in a back heel of the flag kick from Forlan but was cheeky try was stopped in the nick of time by Slack But Slack had no answer when Mumbai earned a direct free kick off which Forlan scored with an amazing 30-yard effort in the 14th minute beating the defensive wall of Blasters as well as the English custodian hands down to find the top corner The home side pitched the tent in the rival half for most of the opening half after a first minute long range effort by Didier Kadio of Blasters The Kerala side started to gain possession only towards the end of the first half that ended with Mumbai up 2-0 In an attempt to beef up the attack Blasters replaced defender Pratik Chaudhary with Thongkhoisiem Haokip in the second half but they hardly had a good look at the home side goal barring a couple of occasions Blasters goal had another close shave early in the second half when Forlan once again uncorked a direct free kick from ten yards outside the box after Cafu was fouled that sailed just wide of the left upright Soon afterwards the Uruguayan completed his hat-trick in the 18th minute of the second half when he was left unmarked following a pass from Cafu and coolly slotted home past Slack who had a terrible game Five minutes later Cafu got into the goal-scoring act by finding the top right corner before Goian headed in Mumbai’s fifth goal Written by Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Published: November 22 2015 1:32 am Related News WITH the arrival of 67 members of 19 families in Cooch Behar district Thursday from a Bangladesh enclave (chhitmahal) as a part of implementation of the 1974 Land Boundary Agreement and 2011 Protocol the state government pointed out that the Centre is yet to release the funds required for the settlement and infrastructure development package agreed between the two governments After a visit to Cooch Behar Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi dated August 10 seeking central funds to rehabilitate the enclave dwellers who arrive in India from Bangladesh “I am happy to inform you that all the ground level activities on implementation of our Land Boundary Agreement are progressing well The people have accepted the terms of settlement and the infrastructure development package agreed to by the state and central government While I assure you that we will not hesitate to commit our funds for start-up activities it would only be fair for the central government to release the amount as approved earlier ‘in principle’ by the Union Home Ministry immediately to take forward the rehabilitation and infrastructure development work without any delay” she had said Share This Article Related Article The official exchange of enclaves with the arrival of those who opted to come to India will continue in the coming week The Cooch Behar district administration has made arrangements for their stay at rehabilitation centres built at Changrabandha in Mekhliganj Chilahati in Haldibari and Sahebganj in Dinhata Those arriving will also be provided with cooked food and children would get special food like milk and eggs while after a month they will be allowed to get essential commodities through the ration system free of cost said an official “Arrangements were being made to provide them with banking and Aadhaar cards soon After two years permanent shelters will be arranged for them” he added In the first month the new arrivals will be staying in makeshift homes that have been designated as rehabilitation centres at Mekhliganj Agriculture Farm Meanwhile the TMC is ensuring that the party doesn’t lose out on harnessing maximum political mileage from the historic planned exchange of parcels of each other’s territory concentrated around 200 enclaves While the distinctive blue-and-white canopy was erected folk dance and music performances were arranged to welcome the new arrivals from Bangladesh chhitmahals However the state government seemed very wary about the potential issue of financial deficit “We are afraid that paucity of funds will become an issue Right now we have the funds to ensure that initial preparations aren’t affected But West Bengal is an extremely cash-strapped state and that needs to be factored in The quicker the central government ensures the release of funds the better” said a government official Both governments of India and Bangladesh need to ensure the facilitation of trouble-free movement of the enclave dwellers from both countries before the stipulated date of November 30 2015 The Indian government had sanctioned a Rs 3048-crore package for rehabilitation of the people affected by the exchange of enclaves under the LBA implementation Between July 31 2015 and June 30 2016 the entire process including physical exchange of enclaves and land parcels in adverse possession along with boundary demarcation is expected to be completed For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: June 7 2017 3:57 pm The Socceroos will be desperate for a second successive win after a run of four draws to rein in the Saudi (Source: Reuters) Top News A resurgent Saudi Arabia could take a major step towards ending their decade-long exile from the World Cup finals if they can beat Asian champions Australia in a crunch qualifier at Adelaide Oval on Thursday The Green Falcons played at four successive World Cups from 1994 to 2006 a run that ended when Australia switched to the Asian confederation and grabbed one of the continent’s precious berths for the 2010 and 2014 tournaments Joint top of Group B from which two teams qualify automatically for Russia next year the Saudis will move six points clear of the Socceroos with two matches remaining if they can prevail at the famous cricket ground “We’re ahead of them in the table” winger Yahya Al-Shehri told FIFAcom this week “We have to play them on their home turf but we’ll go there to win and to hold on to top spot We want to keep winning and qualify for the World Cup” The Socceroos will be desperate for a second successive win after a run of four draws to rein in the Saudis and avoid the precarious playoff route to Russia open to the third-placed team in the group Ange Postecoglou’s reliance on captain Mile Jedinak’s accuracy from the penalty spot and the continued presence in the squad of 37-year-old Tim Cahill though are indicative of the struggles of his side to score goals Cahill’s tally of 48 goals in 96 internationals would take some beating in any team but younger Australian forwards such as Tomi Juric and Mathew Leckie are not coming anywhere close to that strike rate Saudi Arabia coach Bert van Marwijk who led his native Netherlands to the 2010 World Cup final has built an impressively solid team that always seems capable of creating chances though they be without suspended playmaker Nawaf Al Abed in Adelaide Group B co-leaders Japan take on Iraq in Iran on Tuesday Australia head to Russia after the Saudi match for the Confederations Cup and Postecoglou would dearly love a victory over the Saudis on Thursday to get a firmer grasp on a ticket back there for the World Cup next year “We knew the back half this year is where we need to be at our best” Postecoglou said on Wednesday “And we wanted to be in a position where our fate is in our own hands and that is exactly where we’re at We know if we finish the qualification period off strongly we will achieve the objective” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ila Patnaik | Published: December 9 2010 2:07 am Related News Prime Minister Manmohan Singh leaves for Brussels today to attend the India-European Union summitand the economic landscape he will survey is vastly different from that at home The Indian economy has grown rapidly while the US and Europe continue to face serious problems Many observers suggest that emerging economies and advanced countries may continue to witness different growth rates Howeverthis may be a short-run phenomenonand in the longer rununless deeper problems of industrial countries are solvedthey may pull the whole worldincluding emerging economiesdown with them India is now deeply integrated into the world economymuch more than most of us think Sustained high growth in India requires sustained world GDP growth We have a stake in the success of economic policy worldwidein breaking away from the slow growth that is found todayfor getting world GDP growth back up to 5 per centas it was before the crisis The US and Europe are witnessing a gradual economic recovery but the situation is fraught with risk There is still significant uncertainly about the recovery as deeper problems have yet to be solved The dollar has to depreciate and the US has to reduce its net imports Private demand in the US has to rise Many governments in the eurozone have to do fiscal consolidation Until nowthe recovery has come more from short-term stimuli and the inventory reboundrather than from structural change to lead to a new stable equilibrium The rescue of Greece and Ireland may have addressed an immediate problembut it has not helped set the stage for strong sustained world GDP growth In the USfiscal and monetary stimuli have pushed up GDP growthbut a high marginal propensity to import means that a lot of it has spilled over into higher imports As unemployment rosetransfers from the government rosebut sustained growth requires broadening growth away from transfers The housing market remains depressed The scale of dollar depreciation that is required for the US current account deficit to contract has yet to come about Sustaining growth in the US requires wage income to growand demand for domestic goods and services to rise The Chinese exchange rate policy and the response of many emerging economies in the form of currency trading and capital controls are keeping the dollar strong Unless global exchange rate adjustments come aboutthe US could be in for a prolonged recession Turning to Europethe sovereign debt crisis in the PIGS grouping has worsened Ireland has received a financing package to recapitalise its banking system and overcome its immediate public debt obligations from the IMF and the European Union EarlierGreece had obtained a loan and promised to undertake fiscal consolidation The sovereign debt crisis is however not overas Portugal and Spain are seen to be the next trouble spots While the magnitude of the financial assistance needed for Portugal may be smallerthat for Spain may be too large to come from the EU or IMF after GreeceIreland and Portugal have been bailed out While the massive interventions of the global community in Greece and Ireland have staved off the immediate problems of both countriesthe fiscal situation is daunting Fairly small countries have been burdened with very large indebtedness It may take 20 to 30 years for the fiscal consequences of these programmes to be digested The citizens of these countries will face elevated taxes through these years In both countriespolitical constraints interfere with scaling back of government welfare programmes But the task of repaying on the debtcoupled with paying for welfare programmeswill require high tax rates If five lakh high income individuals choose to leave the country when faced with high tax ratesthis could have a substantial adverse impact on fiscal dynamics and GDP growth Politicians in both countries are trapped in a bindand a future government could choose to default on debt or renege on the promises made about policy reform Such scenarios would trigger fresh crises This raises questions about why Greece and Ireland were rescued in the way they were One clear motivation for the rescue was the extent to which banks across Europe had an exposure to Greece and Ireland But this immediately suggests an alternative strategy Perhaps the right strategy was to have Greece and Ireland go into defaultand then design a recapitalisation strategy for European banks If this strategy had been adoptedit would have given Greece and Ireland a clean slate in terms of the fiscal burdenalbeit at the cost of being locked out of borrowing on the international market for 20 years It would also have put European banks on a sound footing Given the German focus on prudent and responsible behaviour by all economic agentsthe design of the recent packages is puzzling These events have also raised fresh questions about the usefulness of currency unions such as the eurozone To some extentthe case of the critics is overstated Greece was likely to have headed into a crisis anywaygiven the combination of West European-style welfare programmes without the underlying economic strength that is required to pay for these But it is also true thatin places like Ireland or Greeceif there had been a floating exchange rate then in the crisis a large currency depreciation would have come aboutand this would have been a powerful tool for stabilisation By participating in the euroboth countries lost this lever for stability In summarythe world economy is facing unexpected difficulties After the crisis subsided in early 2009financial markets expected a rapid reversion to normal macroeconomic conditions This rapid return to normalcy has not materialised The three great economic blocks of the world the USEurope and Japan are all facing sluggish growth with no immediate sign of a return to normal GDP growth These problems matter more to India than meets the eye It is not a coincidence that Indias years of unprecedented GDP growth were also years when world GDP was at unprecedented levels The writer is a professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 16 2016 12:14 pm Akshaye Khanna will be seen as the antagonist in the movie directed by Rohit Dhawan Top News Actor Varun Dhawan who will be seen alongside John Abraham and Akshaye Khanna in upcoming action adventure film Dishoom says Akshaye is the USP of the film Akshaye will be seen as the antagonist in the movie directed by Rohit Dhawan Though I do not have many scenes with him in the film I feel Akshaye Khanna is the USP of Dishoom His character should be highlighted Varun said in a statement John and Varun will be seen as police officers in the film which also stars Jacqueline Fernandez Dishoom is slated to release on July 29 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News 2015 2:59 pm Rapper Iggy Azalea has cancelled her performance at the upcoming Lesbian, transgender,a 31-year-old man allegedly barged into her house attacked her family, It is completely antithetical to what Modi told Chinese President Xi Jinping last year: “India and China are two bodies with one soul. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 7.

A number of times,the situation will improve once the embankment is repaired completely? State Industry Minister Partha Chatterjee visited several inundated parts in Hooghly district and held administrative meetingswhile a delegation from the DVC will conduct one with the state government on October 21 to clear the confusion over release of water from its system For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: October 14 2012 4:29 am Related News Panchkula police arrested two accused on Friday in connection with the kidnapping of a seven-year-old reported on Thursday The accusedPushpinder Singh aka Kalu (40) and Niyajudin aka Raju (20) have been produced in court and remanded to judicial custody Police informed that they had abducted the child with the intent of demanding ransom from the family Howeverthey were nabbed before any calls could have been made The child has been safely recovered and necessary medical tests have been conducted Police informed that the accused Pushpinder was currently staying in Maddanwalain the same locality where the child lived On Thursday eveningboth the accused abducted the boy and fled They kept travelling in order to stay away from policebefore they were caught near the Nanakpur bus stand Both the accused have been found to be illiterate and unemployed drug addicts according to the police Pushpinder is a resident of Khanabadosh and was ousted by his family after he failed to retain jobs and engaged in selling his family belongings Niyajudin is a resident of Bhojpur district in Bihar Naveen SandhuSHO of Pinjore police station said?" Rupani said.issued an advertisement for jobs in the Agriculture Department. that hasn’t changed,Obama and other leaders would be parsing the prospects for a productive nuclear negotiation with Iran.which is for a good cause, says the SSP For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 2 2013 3:13 am Top News Back from a strenuous training stint in Chinacoach Bhawani Mukherjee is confident that the Indian women paddlers will make a strong statement in the upcoming Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships starting in New Delhi from May 5 The women paddlers had been performing below par at some recent international competitionscompelling the federation to arrange a training camp at the Zhengding Training Base in China for the upcoming Commonwealth championships at homeimmediately followed by the World Championship in Paris In charge of the women’s teamMukherjee seems convinced that the girls would draw from the experience in the upcoming events “The progress of the women’s team has been slower as compared to their male counterparts We took them to China as we wanted them to practice against players from the top Table Tennis nation” Mukherjee said “We had a great coaching camp We practiced for six hours in a day Our paddlers got to play against local players The girls enjoyed it and I am sure they will come out as better players” he said The Indian quartet of reigning national champion K ShaminiMouma DasMadhurika Patkar and Neha Aggarwal will be leading India’s challenge in the competition to be played at the Thyagaraj’s stadium “We have a good team We have the potential to bag medals” the Dronacharya awardee said The area of focus for the players was to improve on long rallies besides working on foot work and service “We worked on long rallies If you see strong table tennis nationsthey are good at playing long rallies It requires high level of concentration and endurance They have immensely improved on their foot work and service” he said As India prepares to host the Commonwealth Championships for the record fifth timeMukherjee hopes to improve on the seven medals (one goldtwo silver and four bronze) the Indians bagged in GlasgowScotland in 2009 “Commonwealth Championships is very important for us We do well in this competition I am confident that our players will do better this time” he added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 4 2012 2:38 am Related News A 17-year-old girlwho was married and a mother of tworeportedly committed suicide by hanging at her residence here in the early hours of Sunday Preliminary investigation suggested that the girl’s three-year-old marriage with one Pravin Sodha had turned sour and she was reportedly a victim of domestic violence Police suspect this might have forced her to take the extreme step According to the policethe girl had reportedly eloped with a man from Jamnagar in 2009 Subsequentlyher parents had lodged a complaint of abduction against Sodha Laterthey reportedly got married and returned to Ahmedabad The couple has a three-year-old daughter and a four-month-old sonpolice said Police found ‘Raju’ tattooed on the girl’s hand He parents suspect that the girl was tortured to commit suicide Her husband is on the run? locals put forth their opposition. 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