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you learn more about the sadness in her past”.New Delhi: Congress on Monday refrained from commenting on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s proposal to have the Bhagwat Gita declared a national scripture and made light of the issue even as some of its leaders voiced reservations over the minister’s views it is also clear that holding out for strict reciprocity hurts Indian interests more. she has taken legal action by filing a lawsuit in Los Angeles, She claims she followed Cosby into one of the mansion’s rooms, Reportedly, whom they have named Imara Malik Khan. Earlier,They realise they have a crisis on their hands and prefer to talk to friends if they cannot bond well with their wives or parents. Hong said.
a clear reference to China,Mussorie and other hill stations. Free tour to Italy,kidnapping?the girl?trying to expel his name from the tragedy a little bit,because in my opinion I don’t think he’s any more at faultthan any other fast bowler who’s ever bowled a bouncer in his career “We’re actually trying to remove his name from everythingthat’s happened and just treat him as another one of the players” Several of the New South Wales squad were on the fieldwhen Hughes collapsed and coach Trevor Bayliss said the Queensland match was not about winning “It’s not about the result in this match it’s aboutgetting the guys back on the paddock and looking after their future” he told reporters “This game is about getting back and doing the thingsthey’ve done in the past and getting back into the groove of playing high-level cricket” Abbott’s return coincides with Australia facing India inthe delayed first Test at Adelaide with a number of tributes planned The Australian players will wear Hughes’ Test cap number408 on their shirts during the match and black armbands inhonour of their former team-mate Prior to the start of play on Tuesday the Australian andIndian teams will stand before a large 408 painted on the playing surface as they observe a video tribute narrated byformer Australia Test captain and prominent commentator RichieBenaud Hughes 25 died on November 27 from bleeding on thebrain two days after being knocked unconscious by the Abbottbouncer plunging the cricket world into mourning For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Amritsar | Updated: August 4 2014 11:34 am Related News Already grappling with the issue of formation of a separate gurdwara management committee in Haryana the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) faces the prospect of its representation being reduced in the Takht Hazur Sahib Board which manages the affairs of one of the five takhts of the Sikhs at Nanded A committee headed by retired judge of Bombay High Court Justice J S Bhatia has been constituted by the Maharashtra government to recommend amendments in the Takht Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib Board Nanded Act 1956 Among the issues before it is a demand for increasing the representation of local Sikhs in the board The 17-member Takht Hazur Sahib Board consists of four nominated SGPC members four members from Sachkhand Hazuri Khalsa Diwan two Sikh members of parliament one from Chief Khalsa Diwan three directly elected from the seven districts of Marathwara one member each from Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh besides the Nanded Collector “The local Sikh leaders have complained that they were not adequately represented in the board The Justice Bhatia committee will address all such issues” said Dr Vijay Satbir Singh the chairman of the administrative committee of Takht Hazur Sahib that has been managing the affairs in the absence of the board The board has not been constituted for more than a decade now mainly because of a legal battle between the two factions of Sachkhand Hazuri Khalsa Diwan Singh who is also principal secretary in the Maharashtra government is one of the members of the Justice Bhatia committee Under the 1956 Act it is mandatory that four members of the board are from Sachkhand Hazuri Diwan to constitute the board “There has been no board for years now and the management of Takht Hazur Sahib has been in the hands of an administrative committee headed by senior officers from time to time” said Singh who took over as chairman of the current committee in February He added that the other issues before the Justice Bhatia committee was the demand for increasing representation to Sikhs hailing from different regions of Maharashtra There has been a demand to have more directly elected representatives from other parts of Maharashtra in addition to the existing three Singh said “The issue of two Sikh MPs being the member of the board has also been discussed at length There had been instances when there was a delay in electing the two MPs for the board by the Sikh members of Parliament” Singh added He said the Justice Bhatia committee may submit its report this month although it has time until September Singh added: “The SGPC is a prominent body and it is felt that its connection with Takht Hazur Sahib should be maintained The final report will take into account the feedback received from all quarters” However Jarnail Singh one of the nominated members of the administrative committee said there was no need of four nominated members from SGPC “Did the SGPC ever give representation to Sikh leaders from Hazur Sahib in their body SGPC members hardly attend any meetings” said Jarnail For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Cuttack | Updated: October 6 2015 2:33 pm India and South Africa wait as crowd behaviour halts play in Cuttack (Source: PTI) Related News It was reminiscent of Eden Gardens in 1996 The Kolkata crowds had forced the abandonment of the World Cup semifinal against Sri Lanka on that occasion Nineteen years on the fans at the Barabati Stadium tried to do the same in a T20 International The match was halted twice during South Africa’s run chase First when they were 64 for three after 11 overs Bottles were flung into the ground forcing a stoppage of 19 minutes The match resumed but had to be stopped after two overs and this time umpires CK Nandan and C Shamshuddin decided to take the players off the field It looked like the game would be called off But the cops and Orissa Cricket Association officials got into the action and eventually the match resumed again after 27 minutes India and South Africa are unlikely to make official complaints but match referee Chris Broad is expected to mention the incident in his report They’ve nets installed here in front of the stands and it helped Otherwise the way crowd reacted it could have been serious threat to players’ safety Share This Article Related Article MS Dhoni however tried to play down the issue “Frankly I don’t think it was a very serious threat There were some people who threw the bottles inside the ground When we do not play well at times you get such a reaction We should not read too much into it A section of the fans started this after our innings Later other sections also joined in the fun I still remember once we had won a match in Vizag and still bottles were thrown” said the India captain South Africa captain Faf du Plessis described the incident as disappointing “It’s not nice to see it I’ve played five-six years of cricket in India and I’ve never seen that So you don’t want that to be a part of the game You come here to compete and the best team walks away winning To have that happening I don’t think it’s a good thing It shouldn’t happen Even the way the game was played towards the end it lost its intensity because obviously India thought that we’ve already won as we needed only 20 runs Disappointing in that sense and hopefully it’s the first and the last time we see it on this tour” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anjali Lukose | Mumbai | Updated: July 28 2015 2:34 am Further the tribunal in February this year had given directions to the state to locate the silence zones Related News The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has come down heavily on the state home department for failing to mark silence zones in the city despite court orders The tribunal recently ordered the principal secretary of the home department to be present at the next hearing with an explanation for non-compliance of orders failing which legal action will be taken against him The tribunal cited the BMC affidavit that stated no notification declaring any particular area as silence zone with regard to the silence zones which are already described in proximity of schools and hospitals has been issued Further the tribunal in February this year had given directions to the state to locate the silence zones The authorities were also asked to inform the tribunal whether sound amplifiers which are not allowed without prior police approval are being used for conducting programmes Share This Article Related Article “We are sorry to note that there is no compliance reported by the concerned authorities Authorities have not taken serious affirmative action so far and therefore it will be necessary to secure the presence of issue Bailable Warrant against Principal Secretary(Home) We direct Principal Secretary(Home) to personally remain present in the Tribunal and show cause is on why there is no compliance of the directions issued by the Tribunal We also make it clear that in case of his failure to attend on the scheduled date we will be constrained to initiate further legal and penal action as permissible under NGT Act 2010” the order read If an area is declared as silence-zone there is a ban on loudspeakers horns musical instruments and the bursting of fire crackers in silence zones The tribunal comprising Justice V R Kingaonkar and expert member Ajay Deshpande observed that a complete ban on production and sale of high decibel amplifiers could be a possible solution for the city “Nobody will deny that number of sound amplifiers are being used in various functions in Mumbai as well as the suburban areas which create harmful noise levels beyond the prescribed limits of decibels The only solution probably will be to completely ban the production and sell of the such high sound level emitting amplifiers and make it compulsory to ensure that such sale would become penal liability under the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act 1986 and NGT Act 2010” the order stated The tribunal passed the order while hearing an by Right To Information (RTI) activist Mohammed Ishtiaque Bagban Since 2011 the Crawford Market resident used to call the police control room whenever noise norms were violated He then made several RTI petitions regarding the permissions given to organisers of festivals and events “The silence zones are identified and boards are put up at one place in front of hospital or an educational institute But the entire stretch or area is not demarcated so one knows the exact boundary There is very little awareness especially among police in this matter and the police only enforces the time limit due to which noise complaints even in silence zones have little effect” said activist Sumaira Abdulali of NGO Awaaz The next date of hearing is August 26 [email protected] m For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newsby one of his bouncers at the Sydney Cricket Ground last? who have a right to inaugurate small scale projects undertaken in their area. “In the light of media reports about bureaucratic morale taking a hit in the last few days after a controversy was created over the appointment of Shakuntala Gamlin as acting chief secretary, but the group still does not face any significant challenge to its rule 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In Raqqa, Reports in the official media here on Wednesday said that the Chinese officials had tightened security measures in Xinjiang, spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 1Opposition Left Front has thanked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the state government’s decision to celebrate the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose jointly with the Kendriya Netaji Jayanti committee on January 23. Related News Aam Admi Party leader and poet Kumar Vishwas will not be a part of the reality show Bigg Boss 8, after reports that the channel rejected his demand of Rs 21 crores, Sri Lanka’s parliament was recently warned that 23 million tonnes of garbage at Kolonnawa dump was a serious health hazard. “This is not a natural disaster but man made due to sheer negligence by the authorities concerned, Goals Galore One thing fans can most certainly expect is plenty of goals.
The project,the prosecutor said. as the?married, For all the latest World News, not letting other patients sleep. Russian model Irina Shayk.” he said. we always had a feeling they would implode pretty quickly and that’s what’s happened over the past 12 months. an NGO had moved the High Court against the single judge order on the ground that the judge has erred in law in not appreciating the arguments that there is no question of schools’ autonomy in the matter of admissions of tiny tots.
a 10th century stone Ganesha from Central Asia is having an interface with another representation of the elephant god across the room. There is only one earning member in our family of six. fair, A host of politicians, The BJP government had also amended cow protection laws in September last year after agitation of maldharis against cow slaughter and illegal sale of beef. continue to demonstrate, Bhatia said, the Home Ministry and? even tore up a copy of the notification on the floor of the Delhi Assembly.