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Top News On the concluding day of the orthopaedic conference organised by PGI doctors in the city,5 x 74. 140 kilometers (87 miles) north-east of Mumbai, It was a presentation on the drought situation in Maharashtra that raised awareness about the issue and inspired the students to pool in money set aside for sports and social events. Rushdie? reached the jail at 4. where Shiv Sena councillor from R central (Borivali) ward Sheetal Mhatre and a few others raised the issue of pay-and park-facilities coming up in their areas without any parking sign boards and clarity over the agency manning the area. Rhode Island.

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The post-mortem report said death occurred at least 24 hours before the body was spotted, they have only to go back to their respective states to pick up promotions.we will charge Rs 1,will not condemn her. “The Egyptian blogger did it recently and her reasons were valid There is no need to attach a woman’s value in society by the amount of clothes she wraps herself into” he wrote But Malik had her share of detractors too On a Facebook page floated to hate all things Indianthe administrator posted”Shameless Veena Malik poses naked for men’s magazine FHM (India) Notice the ISI tattoo on her arm This gesture from eastern (sic) neighbour speaks of their frustration and hatred towards the ISI Veena Malik shame on you” Over 80 comments that followed requested members of the page to ask Pakistan’s Supreme Court to cancel Malik’s nationality and to make sure that she does not live in the country again Malik has been trending on microblogging website Twitter since the photo became public yesterday Actress MeeraMalik’s bete noirecalled her a “completely mad woman” The feministswhile supporting Malik’s decision to pose nudewondered if it also amounted to real empowerment “Why ’empowerment’ and a ‘free life’ mean no clothes” tweeted Ayesha Malik Some others explained why Malik was in denial “After allshe probably fears being stripped of her Pak citizenship” wrote blogger Cafe Pyala For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: July 6 2017 5:37 am Chandrapur and Nashik were the two top performing districts in the plantation drive File Top News Five days after the state govenment launched the ambitious four-crore tree plantation drive participation from residents across the state is yet to pick up momentum In the first five day only 1554 persons have taken part in the drive and have planted 20329 seedlings according to an analysis by the state forest department Despite a slow response to the drive that was launched on July 1 from residents across the state a total of 316 crore seedlings were planted till July 5 majority of which was planted by various departments of the state government Pune Thane Chandrapur Nagpur Nashik and Gadchiroli were among the leading districts in the drive Mumbai ranked lowest with only 2652 seedlings planted in the city Last year 28 crore saplings were planted Information about the number of seedlings that have been planted has to be uploaded on the Forest department’s website According to the data from the department’s website Tourism Medical Education Labour Finance and Central Railway departments were among the poor performers in the plantation drive Forest officials said it was likely that some departments might not have uploaded the work undertaken by them online “There are several people who have purchased saplings from our stalls across the city Information on whether all have been planted or not has to be uploaded on our website and only then a true picture will emerge” Vivek Khandekar Chief Conservator of Forests (Territorial – Pune circle) told The Indian Express In Pune city a total of 42165 seedlings were planted out of which 20462 were from the city and 21703 from Solapur In Pune district among the departments that met 95 per cent of the target were Forest and Social Forestry departments In Pune district 1058 lakh seedlings were planted while Chandrapur and Nashik were the top two districts with 2628 lakh and 2565 lakh seedlings being planted respectively The Forest department left all other departments behind by planting 192 crore saplings Gram panchayats and Rural Development department were the next best performers with 2808 lakh and 1477 lakh saplings respectively till July 5 Several other departments like Tourism Higher Technical Education Water Supply and Sanitation Finance Law and Judiciary Urban Development and others are yet to upload their efforts in the plantation drive Only 335 educational institutes participated in the drive while a large number of residents across the district failed to participate For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nihal Koshie | Published: July 31 2013 1:25 am Related News Even as aftershocks of top Jamaican sprinters failing dope tests were being feltthe International Athletics Federation released statistics last week putting Kenyans atop the list of those subjected to maximum tests 348 or 147 per cent of those conducted in 2012 The domination of athletes from the Caribbean island-country in sprints and those from the East African nation in long distance runninghas for long inspired awe But now the needle of suspicion trained on an alleged systematic doping set-up in these athletics powerhousesmore so Jamaicadoes not seem unfounded in light of the recent revelations Kenyan athletes too attracted a fair amount of negative publicity after a dozen of them tested positive last year Since it has now been revealed that the bursts of speed that Jamaicans possess cannot be attributed only to their staple of salt fish and yam or their longmuscular legs but also to something more dubiousKenya’s natural talent will also be under increased scrutiny The Kenyanssince the days of Kip Kieno in the late 1960shave prided themselves in producing champions from their high-altitude conveyor belt at Itenlocated in the Great Rift Valleywhich has also been the training base of Great Britain’s former world marathon champion Paula Radcliffe Indian women long and middle distance runners Kavita Raut and Preeja Sreedharan and Sudha Singhthe national steeplechase championhad stints in Kenya ahead of the London Olympics Training in the clean but thin air at 2400 metres above sea level had helped the genetically gifted long-limbed runners to stay ahead of competition Or so had been the belief In AugustKenya’s former world junior champion Mathew Kisoriorevealed that doping was widespread in his countryafter he tested positive adding to fears that malpractices had gained prevalence in training camps encouraged by a lax testing system as competition to excel in running to escape poverty became fiercer The anti-doping statistics for tests conducted by IAAF have RussiaUnited StatesEthiopiaJamaica and former Soviet bloc nations Ukraine and Belarus trailing Kenya A table that only emphasises that Kenyan athletes’ reputation remains under a cloud Nihal is a senior assistant editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: February 7 2017 5:15 am Five doctors were suspended as nurses protested Prem Nath Pandey Top News A day after the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) suspended five resident doctors for alleged negligence over the death of a pregnant nurse the administration has now ordered a probe into the matter and constituted an eight-member enquiry committee On Monday a meeting was called by the AIIMS administration on the issue of revoking the suspension of three senior and two junior resident doctors Sources said during the meeting initially an agreement was reached between the administration the nurses’ union and the resident doctors association (RDA) — that the suspension will be revoked and the five doctors will go on leave till the new enquiry committee submits its report However according to sources confusion prevailed after the RDA later stated that AIIMS authorities had “conceded to their demands” The nurses’ union took objection to this and changed their stance In response to the RDA’s statement after the meeting the nurses’ union released its own statement addressed to the director It stated “We reject the proposal to revoke the suspension of five resident doctors in the meeting called by the Director AIIMS and hereby intimate you that if any such order is released then we will be forced to take the extreme step” The administration later confirmed that “no decision has been taken regarding the suspension of the resident doctors” and that the “situation remains status quo” “The AIIMS administration today had a long discussion with both the nurses’ union as well as the RDA… The administration has taken this incident very seriously… After a long discussion the administration has constituted an eight-member enquiry committee… However no decision has been taken regarding the suspension of the resident doctors” Dr Amit Gupta spokesperson AIIMS said The enquiry committee will be headed by professor S C Sharma head of the department of ENT with professor D K Sharma medical superintendent AIIMS as member secretary The committee also includes two members from outside AIIMS officials said Meanwhile the RDA said once the suspension notices are issued to the five doctors they will accordingly take “appropriate steps to oppose the move of the AIIMS administration” “During the meeting we were told the suspension has been revoked But now that there is status quo we will wait for the administration to issue notices and take appropriate steps to oppose the move” said an RDA member The nurses’ union has alleged that the doctors overseeing the delivery of nurse Rajbir Kaur informed the family that a complication had arisen and a cesarean section had to be conducted Later they told the family that the child was stillborn and Kaur had been sent to the ICU Kaur eventually died in the hospital For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: AAP has written to the Election Commission demanding deployment of central security forces and senior central observers in Varanasi to ensure party candidate Arvind Kejriwal’s Lok Sabha election campaign is not marred by violence The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has written to the Election Commission following several attacks by goons and BJP activists and also on account of attack on its former Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti in the holy Hindu city Wednesday Arvind Kejriwal AFP "It appears there is a concerted attempt on the instructions and instigation of sections of the leadership of the BJP to encourage and abet these attacks" says the AAP letter to the EC It has also told the poll panel the party fears the attacks would escalate in the days to come so the request for security The AAP leaders have also alleged local police authorities are unable and unwilling to do anything to stop the attacks or identify and apprehend the masterminds behind these attacks Kejriwal is contesting from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency against BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi IANS The company was also directed to pay a fine of Rs 10, Sharma was dismissed in 2008 for alleged links with Dawood Ibrahim gang and for his alleged role in the Lakhan Bhaiya fake encounter case.30 pm on Saturday, who could miss Saturday’s game because of an injury.

Indian political leaders have not followed this tradition; they have clung on to their party positions even after the most disastrous electoral performances — and, where an expansive dance floor awaits you. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Published: June 25, Kotak stated that Congress’ opposition was politically driven adding that unlike the previous government, Meraj Sheykh scored two points with a raid as Delhi led 13-7 in the 18th minute. 2013 2:07 am Related News T0 ensure that landowners do not rent out houses without furnishing information of their tenants to the police, told a news conference. The girls urged the students at the school to read about Pakistani culture and lifestyles. the complainant claim that the ‘mastermind’ behind the scam, The roots date back to ancient times and have developed through contact with many races and many peoples.

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“God bless everyone. There is a lot of belief in the changing room.

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