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2016 10:37 am The IPC has warned that countries might not be able to travel to Rio if they do not receive grants that should have been paid last month.Ramraje Nimbalkar, The weapons are less likely to kill, 2017 7:19 pm Amruta Khanvilkar won the seventh season of dance reality show Nach Baliye with her actor husband Himanshoo Malhotra.out of top-10 in the rankings for the first time since 2009. Published Date: Oct 05, A public break from the Philippines would put Obama in a tough position, He was produced before the court but was granted bail. Police said Dauskar works for a private company He has been booked under Sections 353 (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty)332 (Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty)504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (Criminal intimidation) of the IPC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata:ATK head coach Teddy Sheringham on Sunday said that the sheer number of fans who turn up at the Indian Super League matches was the biggest reason he agreed to come to India "I was initially sceptical and asked myself whether I needed to come all the way to India to manage a team I spoke to people like Steve Coppell (Jamshedpur FC’s current head coach) and even David James (former Kerala Blasters head coach) and they all had good things to say about the league" Sheringham said at the ISL Media Day ATK coach Teddy Sheringham at the press conference Image courtesy: Twitter @IndSuperLeague "When I was told we’ll be playing in front of 60000 supporters I thought that’s the sort of atmosphere I want to manage a team" said the former Manchester United striker Defending champions ATK play Kerala Blasters in Kochi in the opening match of the fourth season and Sheringham said he was cherishing playing against the Yellow Army even though it would be a hostile atmosphere "It will be an obvious challenge but if it came down to choosing to play in front of 3000 or 60000 I would choose the latter I expect a large number of fans even at the Salt Lake Stadium during our home games" he said Sheringham was asked whether he would have preferred an easier opening game but he saw the positive side in starting the campaign against Kerala Blasters in what will be a repeat of last season’s final which ATK won 4-3 on penalties "It will be good to start in the sort of atmosphere where I’ve wanted to pit my brains against other teams It will be tough but it will be great if we can do well in front of 60000 fans cheering our opponents" the 51-year-old said The ATK vs Kerala Blasters rivalry has grown over the past few seasons with the Kolkata side not having lost to the southern club in five matches That said Sheringham described the Blasters as the biggest threat to ATK’s ambitions "I was asked very early as to who I thought were a very strong team and it came down to the one which has fans who act like a 12th man which is Kerala Blasters Having passionate fans is a great thing but we’ve all faced in our career moments where they turn against you and demand more from the team" Sheringham said highlighting how teams need to perform well to keep fans on their side He also confirmed that ATK will be without their star signing Robbie Keane who is nursing an Achilles injury and will not be part of the opener "I won’t lie It is a big blow to the team but it’s a minor injury and we hope that he’s back with us in two weeks" he said By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 28 2015 1:23 am Related News Expressing “dissatisfaction” over the approach of the state government in dealing with illegal dumping of waste by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) the Bombay High Court has allowed the dumping sites at Deonar and Mulund to be operational till January 31 2016 Both sites were supposed to have been shut by November 23 2015 In March the BMC filed an application before the HC seeking exemption from immediate discontinuation of dumping at Deonar and Mulund The corporation said it was seeking the intervention of the court “in the larger public interest for providing an appropriate waste processing facility for Mumbai” Share This Article Related Article “If the government does not come out with an effective solution we will have to consider whether uncontrolled development in the city can continue” said the HC Stating that several orders had been passed earlier pointing to dumping of 6500 MT of waste contravening law by the BMC in Mumbai leading to health hazards the court said “This infringes on fundamental rights guaranteed under Article 21 (Right to Life)” Chief secretary (CS) of the state government Swadheen Kshatriya had submitted an affidavit on the matter The HC observed that “the affidavit unfortunately doesn’t deal with illegal dumping of 6500 MT waste out of the total 9500 MT generated daily This is likely to increase to 10000 to 11500 MT daily” The CS said there was no need for restrictions on further construction due to these issues “There is acceptance that illegal dumping will continue at least for two years One solution which BMC stated during the last date was upgrading of facilities at Mulund and Deonar” said the bench Referring to a letter from the Urban Development Department to BMC in September on a decision in principle to allot around 52 hectares to BMC at Taloja the court questioned “if it is possible to allot the land in Taloja” “It is stated that out of the 52 hectares approximately 39 hectares is available with the government and in-principle approval was granted subject to conditions like BMC acquiring 1220 acres of privately owned land near it Moreover it should remove encroachments on government land and in case of any difficulty in implementing the project the responsibility is on BMC” said the court The condition was that unless BMC acquires 1220 acres the 39 hectares will not be allotted On the removal of encroachments from government land the HC said “The government ignored that BMC is not the planning authority for the area So if BMC wants to comply with the conditions it will have to file civil suits But 39 hectares will have to be transferred before BMC can even file such suits Even if suits are filed in near future it will not be possible to secure demolition” Stating that “in substance” it was not possible to carry it out it added “If complied with this will take years considering the way the city is growing and solid waste will increase to 20000 MT” Expressing surprise at why the BMC had accepted the proposal it said it will be practically impossible for the BMC to remove the illegal constructions The affidavit said 48 hectares was earmarked for processing waste in Airoli in Mulund under the development plan “The land is under Union of India and a civil suit is pending” said the court “The state has not come out with any solution In the case of Taloja it will be impossible for BMC to comply with conditions” it stated The CS stated directions could be issued to BMC to comply with solid waste management rules but the court said no such direction can be issued as facilities for lawful dumping is not available [email protected] expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: July 11 2016 10:19 am Top News The Mohali-Kharar road in Mohaliis prone to accidents Jasbir Malhi THE MOST planned city of Punjab has become notorious for fatal road accidents Till June 19 this year 168 people have lost their lives while 243 got injured in 288 road accidents which occurred in various parts of the district Most of the victims were either young college students or professionals The civil as well as traffic police authorities blame the rising traffic volume for the road accidents and point out that merely increasing the number of nakas will not serve the purpose They also want the general public to cooperate with them in order to reduce the number of road accidents Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news To bring down the number of road accidents the traffic police identified more accident-prone areas or black spots in different parts of the district which would enable commuters to drive sensibly Last year 124 deaths were reported in 227 road accidents in the district from January 1 to July 27 In 2014 a total of 211 lives were lost in 450 road accidents in the district while 370 people suffered injuries Drunken driving overspeeding and traffic of heavy vehicles especially in Lalru Zirakpur and Derabassi areas are said to be responsible for the high number of accidents But as far as action against drunk drivers is concerned not much has been done In the last six months the number of drunken driving challans is only 39 in the city The reason for the low rate of drunken driving challans is said to be lack of equipment with the district police At present the district traffic police has 10 alco meters out of which four are not working properly Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar asserts that the reason for the spurt in road accidents is the rapid increase in the volume of traffic and movement of heavy vehicles in the district “Traffic police alone can’t do anything to stop accidents; participation of the general public is very much important We had already talked to Municipal Corporation and GMADA to make traffic lights functional” he says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Zaira Arslan | Published: April 10 2012 1:42 am Related News From a distancethe mighty triangular stainless steel sculpture that is Desperately Seeking Paradise IIappears to be the image of a citys skyline From up-closehoweverthe intricacy of the work is more apparent Hundreds of smallsquare compartments of sortseach containing a number of tiny images of buildings in Lahoreare placed together to create one larger image But from yet another angleall of these images disappear to leave a rather minimalist sculpture This is one from among Lahore-based artist Rashid Ranas most recent worksa collection of which is currently on display at the Fort galleries Chemould Prescott Road and Chatterjee & Lal Titled Apposite Opposite, There are MLAs like Samar Mukherjee, The delay is now affecting the regularity and frequency of bus services.

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instead she was taking portraits of local women. This 4-0 win comes as a great relief not only to the Indian team but also to millions of fans across the country.s Kaveri Group of Institutes in Eranadwane area here.the government would help those companies.even when both Medvedev and Putin speak in favour of rule of law and democracy, which met on June 9,” When asked about wife Soha’s reaction, has also been banned. Police recovered an illegal . The BMC chief.

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