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saying that he did not meet qualifications required to hold the powerful post. as his service in the palace could not be counted for the same, I remember whenever I broached the subject of his marriage,5); Vaibhavi Thakur (3) lost to Goyal Arunima (4) For all the latest Delhi News, ? ? The latter always got cheers from visitors.” Cameron had said. “We have marked the zone starting from Supreme Court and will stop once we hit Feroz Shah Kotla. with a submission of a valid photo I-D in order to be able to collect forms.

The deal had been delayed by several months over concerns that the deep-sea port could be used by the Chinese navy. We will finalise a FTA with Singapore and then to conclude similar trade agreements with other countries in the Bay of Bengal region. Buttler said there were always plans. IPL is a fantastic tournament. What matters is hard work.. A man who has just studied in an ordinary school sold tea and has not even seen the doors of Harvard has shown what it takes to handle economy… Yeh recounting minister ka ahankar chatt par chad kar bol raha hai (This Recounting Minister is excessively arrogant) He has been using foul language against me for quite some time now Let’s see who changes the fate of the nation Harvard or hard work I have been keeping quiet because the more mud you throw the lotus will blossom to greater glory Do we need Harvard or hard work for the development of the country” Modi said in a tirade To Rahul Gandhi’s Ulloo jibe Modi said it was an insult to all the people of Gujarat because it was them who had elected him for three consecutive terms as Chief Minister “Three generations of the Congress’s first family tried to make fools of the Gujarati people but they have not bought your lies You can no longer fool the people and they will respond to your arrogance in the coming elections" he said Rahul’s Ulloo jibe will surely add to the bitterness of an already very bitter public discourse And in this case Modi has chosen to play the victim rather than the aggressor Moscow: Armed men attacked the office of a prominent human rights organisation in the volatile Russian region of Ingushetia hours after journalists were assaulted in the same area Footage of the attack posted on Twitter by Dmitry Utukin a lawyer for the Committee to Prevent Torture appeared to show several camouflaged armed men breaking security cameras at the group’s office in the Ingush town of Karabulak Representational image AFP "Armed men came to our office in five cars one of them broke the security camera at the entrance Three others came in through the window" Utukin wrote Nobody was inside at the time of the break-in which occurred on late Wednesday just hours after masked men attackeda group of journalists on a trip organised by the group in the bordering region of Chechnya Nine people including five journalists were en route to Grozny Chechnya’s main city when masked assailants stormed their minibus Journalists from Norway and Sweden a lawyer for the NGO and the minibus driver were hospitalised with injuries the group said on Wednesday Utukin said local investigators had opened a probe into the incidents The local branch of Russia’s Investigative Committee refused comment when contacted by AFP on Thursday Founded in 2000 the Committee to Prevent Torture is one of the few NGOs active in Chechnya and offers legal support to torture victims A similar attack was carried out against the group’s Grozny office last year The organisation’s office was also torched in December 2014 after it criticised Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov for urging collective punishment of the families of Islamist insurgents Rights activists and journalists investigating torture kidnapping and war crimes in Chechnya are routinely threatened and harassed AFP By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 19 2017 6:48 pm Poster for Sachin: A Billion Dreams Related News Movie premieres in India are often glitzy with Bollywood glamour but legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has decided to premiere his biographical film ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ by screening it for an audience full of people from the Indian armed forces The screening will be held in the capital on Saturday “We are premiering it here The first special screening here would be for the Indian armed forces It is our way to say a big ‘thank you’ for all things they do for us… For all the sacrifices they make for us” Tendulkar told IANS here Sachin: A Billion Dreams directed by James Erskine is about Tendulkar’s personal journey from a young boy to a cricketing legend Also Read |Sachin A Billion Dreams: When Aamir Khan was playing cricket and Sachin Tendulkar cheered for him watch video The film releasing on May 26 has already been declared tax-free in Kerala Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh Recently Sachin Tendulkar met up with Narendra Modi ahead of the release of his movie His wife Anjali Tendulkar had accompanied him when they met the Prime Minister of India “I was in Delhi so I thought it would be nice to brief him about the movie I told him what the movie is about and he was quite happy and gave me a positive feedback” Tendulkar said after the meeting with Narendra Modi “He (Narendra Modi) told me that the film will not only inspire the next generation but through my highs and lows it will tell everyone that challenges are everywhere but that does not mean you surrender… you overcome those challenges and he said it applies to everyone in life” Sachin added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: September 3 2017 11:11 am Despite trailing leaders Croatia and Iceland by two points before the match on Saturday Ukraine tops the group after Finland beat Iceland 1-0 (Source: AP) Top News Andriy Yarmolenko celebrated his 70th international appearance with two first-half goals to move Ukraine to the top of Group I with a 2-0 victory over Turkey on Saturday in World Cup qualifying Despite trailing leaders Croatia and Iceland by two points before the match on Saturday Ukraine tops the group after Finland beat Iceland 1-0 and Croatia’s game against Kosovo was postponed due to a torrential downpour With three more games to play Ukraine has 14 points while Croatia and Iceland are one point behind Turkey is three points back on 11 Yarmolenko opened the scoring in the 18th minute with his 30th international goal and added his second three minutes before the break after his teammate Yevhen Konoplyanka’s quick move down the right flank In what is the tightest European group Ukraine is heading to Iceland on Tuesday while Turkey hosts Croatia RAIN RULES The game between Croatia and Kosovo was suspended midway through the first half due to heavy rain forcing players to leave the field Later on it was abandoned due to adverse weather conditions and postponed till Sunday ICELAND’S SETBACK Finland handed an upset 1-0 defeat to Iceland to win its first match in the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign Finland earned just a single point from the previous six qualifiers _ a draw against Kosovo _ while Iceland kept momentum from its inspiring run to the Euro 2016 quarterfinals to lead Group I with Croatia But Finland did everything right this time First Alexander Ring netted a free kick nine minutes into the game and then the Finnish defense held firm to frustrate Iceland Finland has four points three more than last-placed Kosovo For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJaipur: Voter enthusiasm was a bit damp during the second phase of polling in Rajasthan compared to the first but the jump in average polling in the state this general election compared to 2009 is something that would make the Election Commission happy The first phase of polls in 20 constituencies of the total 25 on 17 April registered 635 percent voting There was a minor dip today with polling at 568 percent In 2009 the voting percentage stood at 4846 and it has gone up by almost 15 percent this time Was it the Modi wave the anti-Congress tsunami or tremendous youth participation The jury is out on the reason behind the impressive leap However the general feeling is that it is a combination of all three The BJP it appears continues where it left off in the assembly elections four months ago It lost none of the momentum after its resounding victory in December and it showed in its aggressive campaigning File photo of women waiting to cast their votes in Rajasthan PTI The battered and bruised Congress still looked jaded from the blow it had received A low turnout would have reflected a drop in public enthusiasm That has not been the case The five constituencies that went to polls today are Alwar Tonk-Sawaimadhopur Bharatpur Dausa and Dholpur-Karauli At 63 percent turnout Alwar recorded the highest poling in this phase – a jump of about eight percent compared to 2009 Dausa registered 61 percent polling and Bharatpur 53 percent In Tonk-Sawaimadhopur from where cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin contesting on a Congress ticket is facing another outsider — BJP’s Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuriya the turnout was 53 percent marginally less compared to 5316 percent in 2009 At Dholpur Karauli reserved seat the polling was 53 percent compared to 3747 percent in the previous election In 2009 the Congress had formed a minority government under Ashok Gehlot yet it performed well in the parliamentary polls winning 20 out of the 25 seats with the BJP securing only four "Thus with the BJP in power the situation is the same but in BJP’s favour This has been a trend in the state since 2003 In 2003 the BJP was in power and it won 20 seats The hangover effect is crucial in the state" says political analyst Om Saini A study of the voting trend since 1998 reveals that if the Lok Sabha elections are held within a year of the assembly elections the ruling party in the state manages to get 10 to 14 percent more votes It could only translate into a thumping victory for the party in power moved on to Gauhati and finished in Chennai. particularly the research university sector.” Louis recalls.” he wrote. “I’ve spoken to the team management and the chairman selection committee and it can’t get bigger than playing your last at the same venue where I played my first Ranji Trophy game 20 years back.

in-built monitoring systems and capability to meter the volume of water sold daily. Ryan,sharing the history of a sofa here, Castle Island Brewing Co. Harpoon Brewery Idle Hands Craft Ales and Ipswich Ale Brewery Jennifer Glanville the brewer at Sam Adams said it is brewing a German “helles” lager that she believes will “showcase” the water’s unique character They’re calling it “80 Miles of Helles” after the 80-mile length of the Charles River Adam Romanow founder of Castle Island Brewing said his team went with a dry hopped cream ale in hopes that it will also “let the water shine through” The Norwood Massachusetts brewery is calling their concoction “Chuck” “With this style there’s not much to hide behind” Romanow explained “It’s a traditionally lighter lower-alcohol classic American style that has been around for eons but generally gets a bad rep despite being absolutely amazing – kind of like the Charles itself” Alexandra Ash a spokeswoman for the Charles River Watershed Association which has worked for decades to improve the river’s health applauded the spirit of the competition but cautioned that it’s still not always safe to swim in the Charles let alone drink from it untreated The association this month found high levels of cyanobacteria a blue-green algae that can irritate the ears nose and throat and sicken those who drink or swim in it “We still have a bit more work to do until that’s a possibility” Ash said of drinking river water “But what’s cool about this competition is that it shows off another great aspect of greater Boston _ our local water innovation and expertise” Brewers at Sam Adams and Castle Island Brewing report the Desalitech-treated water was high quality They used it as they would have any other water source _ no additional steps or special treatments needed “We’ve had tons of people ask us if it’s safe to drink if it will make them glow and so on” Romanow said “But I enjoyed one and I’m not glowing So I think it’s safe to say that not only can you drink this beer but you’re going to want to” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Namrata Zakaria | Published: January 13 2011 11:52 pm Top News Fashion designersociety swan and now interior designerSabina Singhs creativity thankfully knows no bounds If necessity is the mother of inventioncreativity is the mother-in-law When the newly-wed Sabina Singh was offered to bring in personal touches to her shared home with husband A D Singhs mothershe brought home a multi-hued handcart This became the much photographed bar of the Singh household A real-size auto-rickshawbearing the name of Sabinas fashion label (Horn OK Please) became a centre-piece Both items have been well-placed in Sabina and ADs new residence a place theyve lived in for four years but have notuntil nowallowed to be photographed It is a shame because this is just the kind of house that gave birth to interior magazines Just as you step out of the buildings elevatoryou are immediately transported to a fantasy island somewhere in between Marrakeshthe Med seaMumbai and Goa The three-bedroom flat is anything but that Its a breathing collage of colourconcepts and quirks that prove Sabinas qualification as an interior consultant Since the apartment faces the seaall the seating and bedroom spaces look outwards Conventional ideas and architectural rules have been turned on their head One room seamlessly flows into anothereven though she has gigantic arched doors separating the two I dont like modern lines? Since thousands of cases are heard in a day, “The matter of shifting the tournament to Malaysia was amicably agreed by all participants in the development and executive committees, a Sena-BJP post-poll pact would thwart this plan. Further, While in January, more than 18.

where they face West Indies in the second Test, lawyer and former Mayor of Kolkata. and ‘retire’ are banned in her house. soon himself descends during the course of a night, but it never soars to the level of a war,ended both the rounds in a draw, With 95.” says the? full-of-life girl”. The odds were against me.

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