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China’s environment ministry was given authority earlier this year to investigate regions and enterprises without prior warning, Srinivasan as president of the BCCI is not a good idea.K.we will provide the same again, Chahal saidadding he will discuss the matter with the police commissioner Police Commissioner Parampal Singh Sidhu was unavailable for comments Sodhi also confirmed that two of the security guards had been withdrawn by the commissioners office There were some issues which should not be discussed in public but I have brought the matter relating the withdrawal of security before the high authorities in Delhi If the security is not restoredit will be difficult to work here?the central office issuing passports to residents of state? Ever since the cancer was detected in January 2014," he said,” Mumbai Police Commissioner, just like England, For all the latest World News.
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This is the second instance when cricket in Nepal has taken centrestage. retirement is not on his mind as of now,reported People magazine “By no means am I planning on retiring It’s kind of asilly statement But I certainly am going to try to focus abit more on directing at this point” Evans said The ‘Captain America’ star had said last month that he wasthinking about retirement after finishing the franchise inorder to focus on directing The actor who suits up again for ‘Captain America: TheWinter Soldier’ first starred as the shielded superhero in2010 has so far completed three films including ‘TheAvengers’ He will begin shooting for the second part of mega-buckfranchise again after the release of ‘Winter Soldier For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: July 6 2014 12:42 am Related News While the state coastal zone authority had sent the proposed Worli-Sewri elevated road project back to the drawing board the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has informed the former that design changes are not possible and the project should be appraised in its current form The Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA) had scrutinised the project once earlier and had suggested that the MMRDA add more entry and exit ramps between the two terminating points of the Rs 490-crore elevated road U P S Madan metropolitan commissioner at the MMRDA said “Providing more entry and exit ramps along the way is not essentially an environmental issue It is largely related to transport and traffic dispersal If there are any issues related to protection of environment we are willing to take all measures possible” Madan also said that the MMRDA had studied the project designs once again and come to the conclusion that there was not much scope to add more arms to the elevated road along the way “It will be difficult to get the right of way We have submitted the proposal once again to the MCZMA with this explanation It will come up for discussion in the MCZMA’s next meeting” he said Right of way refers to availability and ownership of land along the entire stretch of the project The MCZMA has also directed the MMRDA to hold a public consultation with residents of Worli sea face about the project over concerns that the road will exacerbate the noise and air pollution levels that have already shot up over the years due to the construction of the Bandra-Worli sea link The project needs the MCZMA’s clearance as a short stretch of the 425-km elevated road towards Sewri falls under the coastal regulation zone The road for which the MMRDA had earlier expected to commence construction in 2013 has been planned to act as an intermediary between the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and the proposed Mumbai Trans Harbour Link from Sewri to Nhava Sheva The elevated road which will be complete in four years once construction starts will begin at Narayan Hardikar Marg in Worli and end near Sewri railway station The project execution is likely to be complex as it requires the rehabilitation of close to 800 families living along the corridor and permissions from the Central Railway and Western Railway to take the road over suburban railway tracks [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: August 6 2015 2:53 am The patient was suffering from high fever for almost a week but was not given proper medication according to a senior doctor at AIIMS Related News In the first suspected case of dengue death in Delhi this season a 10-year-old girl from Manipur who had been suffering from high fever passed away at AIIMS on Wednesday Florence Romuonpoi Hrangchal a resident of South Delhi who had reportedly been suffering from high fever for the last one week was declared dead by doctors sources said Florence was diagnosed with dengue hemorrhagic fever Doctors also found internal bleeding due to fall in platelets a symptom associated with dengue Share This Article Related Article The Municipal Corporation of Delhi however claimed that it had not received any notification about the death yet As many as 40 cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi till July 25 this year whereas only 16 such cases had been reported in the same time span last year Over 23 dengue cases have been reported in July with 11 cases diagnosed last week For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News When further pressed for information by the sports ministry, In May the same year, I tried committing suicide thrice but failed.who represents Bhavnagar in the State Assembly, He is working to promote interest of a few favourite businessmen only, Gohil said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Paris | Published: August 2 2015 7:46 am Migrants step over a fence as they escape from railway police officers in Calais northern France (Source: AP) Related News Ending the crisis that has seen thousands of attempts by migrants to reach England from Calais in recent weeks is a “top priority” the interior ministers of France and Britain wrote in a joint statement today Both countries are committed to tackling the problem together and have beefed up security to deter further bids by desperate migrants to smuggle themselves to Britain via the Channel Tunnel the statement said — a risky undertaking it said had caused “serious injuries and tragically deaths” Share This Article Related Article Tackling this situation is the top priority for the UK and French governments We are committed and determined to solve this and to solve it together” Bernard Cazeneuve and his British counterpart Theresa May wrote in a statement published in France’s Journal Du Dimanche and in Britain’s Telegraph newspaper Hundreds of migrants have tried to make it into the undersea tunnel in recent weeks in the hopes of finding a way onto a train or lorry headed for Britain At least 10 migrants have died attempting the dangerous journey since June Cazeneuve met with May in London on Tuesday to discuss the migrant issue which has been a thorn in the side of Franco-British relations for years but has taken on fresh urgency following a spike in the number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Earlier this week the British government pledged 10 million euros (USD 11 million) to improve fencing around the Eurotunnel rail terminal in Coquelles outside Calais And British Prime Minister David Cameron who has warned that the crisis could last all summer promised “more fencing more resources more sniffer dog teams” to aid French police in their nightly cat-and-mouse game with the migrants The new measures sent “a clear message” according to May and Cazeneuve “Our border is secure and there is no easy way into the UK” They said the world was facing “a global migration crisis” that required a European and international response and warned that the burden of tackling the problem should not lie with Britain and France alone “Many of those in Calais and attempting to cross the Channel have made their way there through Italy Greece or other countries” the pair wrote For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 31 2010 2:16 am Related News The shifting of Sanjiv Sachdeva’s base from Chennai to Chandigarh was always seen as a positive move as far as Chandigarh badminton was concerned And the announcement of the 20th Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Junior Ranking Prize Money Badminton Tournament to be hosted by Chandigarh was a major step towards that as this is for the first time that Chandigarh will be hosting the presitigious tournament “It is a moment of great pride that Chandigarh will host the prestigious tournament We hope it would be a great success” said MC SethipresidentChandigarh Badminton Association The tournament to be held from Septmber 1 to 6is being conducted by Express Shuttlle Club and has attracked 1274 entries Viveck Goenkachairman of The Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai)was the first person to sponsor the tournament way back in 1991 “Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai) Limited chairman Viveck Goenka in sponsoring the tournament in a big way” said Sanjiv Sachdevaorganising secretary Addressing a press conference at the UT Guest HouseSachdeva informed that the prestigious tournament for under-19 yearswhich carries a cash prize of Rs 3 lakhwould be played at the Panjab University Gymnasium and the Sector 42 Badminton Hall The qualifying round matches will be played from September 1 to 3 and the main draw would begin on September 4 Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda will inaugurate the meet at 10 am The main draw for singles will be of 32 and doubles of 16 in each category While junior boys singles have 205 entries for qualifying roundonly eight will make it to the main draw Twenty four players in singles of each category will get direct entry into the main draw In doubles only four pairs will qualify for main draw K Pani Rao of Andhra Pradesh has been appointed referee Krsihan Gopal (Uttar Pradesh) is the deputy referee and Badminton Association of India has nominated Rajiv Mehta (Railways) as Match Control The Express Shuttle Club has shifted its headquarters from Chennai to Chandigarh From now onthe Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Junior Ranking Prize Money Badminton Tournament would be hosted in Chandigarh SamirDaya top seedsSameer Verma of Air India and Daya Elsa Jacob of Kerala are the top seeds in the boys Under-19 and girls Under-19 singles of the 20th Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Junior Ranking Prize Money Badminton Tournament Rutvika Shivani G of Andhra Pradesh and Rituparna Das of West Bengal have been top seeded in the boys and girls under-16 singles Seedings:Sub-junior boys u-13 singles: 1 Chirag Sen (Utr)2 C Rahul Yadav (AP)3 Siril Varma (AP)4 Chandra Kumar (AP)5 Bodit Joshi (Utr)6 Mithun Manjunath (Ktk)7 Anirudh Shanker (AP)8 Kanishq M (AP) Sub-junior girls singles u-13: 1 Harika V (AP)2 Shikha Gautam (Mah)3 Santoshihasini Reddy (AP)4 Shreyansi Pardesi (MP)5 Mahita Aggarwal (Ktk)6 Kuhoo Garg (Utr)7 Vrushali G (AP)8 Anura Prabhudesai (Goa) Sub-Junior boys doubles u-13: 1 Chirag Sen (Utr) and Rahul Yadav (AP)2 Siril Varma (AP) and Kanishq M (AP)3 Bodit Joshi and Lakshay Sen (Utr)4 Chandra Kumar and Sai Kishore (AP) Sub-junior girls u-13 doubles: 1 Vrushali G and Harika V (AP)Mahima Aggarwal (Ktk) and Khuoo Garg (Utr)3 Shikha Gautam (Mah) and Shreyansi Pardesi (MP)4 Ashwini K Bhat (Ktk) and Kanika Kanwal (Dli) Sub-junior boys singles U-16: 1 Arun George (Ker)2 Aditya Joshi (MP)3 Harsheel Dani (Mah)4 Arsalan Naqvi (UP)5 Sudhanshu Medsikar (Mah)6 Santosh Ravuri (AP)7 Sai Tanuj M (AP)8 Chaitanya KP (AP) Sub-junior girls U-16 singles: 1 Rituparna Das (WB)2 Maneesha K (AP)3 Sudha Kalyani (AP)4 Anjali Rawat (Guj)5 Rutvika Shivani (AP)6 Meghana (AP)7 Sara Naqvi (UP)8 Sindhu PV (AAI) Sub-junior boys U-16 doubles: 1 Arun George (Ker) and Santosh Ravuri (AP)2 Chaitanya Reddy (AP) and Chaitenya Reddy (AP)3 Talar Laa (ANP) and Sau Tanujh (AP)4 Harsheel Dani (Mah) and Aditya Joshi (MP) Sub-junior girls U-16 doubles: 1 Rutvika Shivagi (AP) and Poorvisha S Ram (Ktk)2 Meghana and Maneesha K (1P)3 Sudha Kalyani (AP) and Anjali Rawat (Guj)4 Harika and Pramada (AP) Junior boys U-19 singles: 1 Sameer Verma (AI)2 Sai Praneeth (AAI)3 Vijetha NVS (AP)4 C Rohit Yadav (AP)5 Srikanth K (AP)6 Pratul Joshi (AI)7 Sarang Lakhani (Mah)8 Subhankar Dev (Mah) Junior girls U-19 singles: 1 Daya Elsa Jacob (Ker)2 Saili Rane (AI)3 Sanyogita Ghorpade (AI)4 Tanvi Lad (AI)5 Gauri Ghate (Mah)6 Rituparna Das (WB)7 Sindhu PV (AAI)8 Maneesha K (AP) Junior mixed U-19 doubles: 1 Sunith S and Linymol PS (Ker)2 Venkatesh B and Rutvika Shivangi (AP03 Sriteja K and Sudha Kalyani (AP)4 Bhaskar Chakraborty (Mah) and Sheshdhari Sanyal (WB) Junior boys U-19 doubles: 1 Vijetha NVS and C Rohit Yadav (AP)2 Arun George (Ker) and Santosh Ravuri (AP)3 Srikanth K and Hema Nagendra Babu (AP)4 Sriteja K (AP) and Shiwan Sharma (UP) Junior girls U-19 doubles: 1 Gauri Ghate (Mah) and Daya Elsa Jacob (Ker)2 Sanyogita Ghorpade and Saili Rane (AI)3 Linymol PS and Aerathi Sara Sunil (Ker)4 Rutivka Shivani (AP) and Poorvisha S Ram (Ktk) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News The criticism comes after UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon earlier this month temporarily removed the Saudi coalition from a blacklist of countries and armed groups that violate child rights, Mark Toner,in 2009.
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