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Shobha told the police that her husband dropped her at the school Saturday morning and had said that he will come to pick her up in the afternoon.so that the anti-people decisions are not implemented, Mamata wrote on her Facebook page For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 13 2012 4:35 am Top News Matunga Gymkhana are gracious hostsbut that’s off the court only as they showed no mercy while beating Naval Dockyard 2-0 to advance into the pre-quarterfinals of the GMBA-Matunga Gymkhana Motiram Cup Inter-Club badminton tournament on Monday The hosts were well served by Sanjay Thacker and Akshay Pawarwho proved too strong as they outplayed Anilkumar Nair and Arjun Shankar 21-1221-12 This was followed by another thrashing for Anilkumar Nairwho was routed by Pujan Shah 21-1221-12 An impressive display by Harsh Chouhanwho is just out of juniorssaw him outplay Samay Shah 21-1421-19 to give Kalidas (Mulund) a winning 2-0 lead Earliertheir doubles pair of seasoned Benhur Solomon and Vipul Shaha gave no chance whatsoever to Soshil Waswani and Prashant Gupta with their allround display of aggression and beat them 21-1221-13 In another one-sided affairlefthander Aditya Pandya and Rohit Sadani took Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana Club to next round with a facile 2-0 win over Thakur Sports Club Aditya did not have to sweat much while beating Rohan Parekh 21-1021-15 Earlierthe JVPGC pair of Aditya and Rohit likewise defeated Kaushal and Rohan Parekh 21-19 21-14 in the opening tie Results JVPGC bt Jolly Gym 2-0: Aditya Pandya/Rohit Sadani bt Kaushal/Rohan Parek 21-921-14; Aditya Pandya bt Rohan Parekh 21-1021-15 PJHindu Gym ‘B’ bt Thakur SC 2-0: Sarthal/Milind bt Malhar/Nisarg 21-1221-12; Sarthal bt Maneet 16-2121-1221-17 Matunga Gym ‘A’ bt Naval Dockyard 2-0: Sanjay Thacker/Akshay Pawar bt Anilkumar Nair/Arjun Shankar 21-1221-12; Pujan Shah bt Anilkumar Nair 21-721-9 India Gym bt Dahisar Rotarians SC 2-0: Rajeev Laund/Lokesh Barve bt Raj Saproo/Om Prakash Kamath 21-821-16; Rohitd Athavle bt Rohan Vajrkar 21-521-9 Kalidas (Mulund) bt CCI ‘B’ 2-0: Benhur Solomon/Vipul Shaha bt Sushil Wasvani/Prashant Gupta 21-1221-13; Harsh Chauhan bt Samay Shah 21-1421-19 Khar Gym w/o Tata SC For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 27 2013 1:13 am Top News Riding on a three-wicket haul by Arpit (3 for 18) and superb unbeaten knock from Satyam Sharma (65 not out)Saupin’s School registered a comfortable 95-run win over Guru Nanak Public SchoolSector 36as they entered the semi-finals of the UT Inter-School U-14 boys Cricket Tournament being organised by UT Education Department on Friday Batting firstSaupin’s School posted a total of 167 for 3 in the allotted 20 overs Satyam was the top scorer for the team as he played an unbeaten knock of 65 runs off 50 balls Satyam smashed eight boundaries during his stay at the crease Manav played an important knock of 43 runs while Atul contributed 17 runsfor Saupins Atul smashed eight boundaries during his knock For Guru Nanak Public School-36Divyansh claimed two wickets for 48 runs while Harnoor grabbed one wicket for 32 runs In replyGuru Nanak Public School-36 were restricted to 72 for 7 in the allotted 20 overs Bheem was the top scorer for the team with 24 runs while Yuvraj smashed 22 runs For the winning teamArpit claimed three wickets for 18 runs while Prabhjeet Singh picked up one wicket for just one run Protest hits match Meanwhilein the boys’ U-14 UT Inter-School Cricket Tournamentthe match between Strawberry World School and St Joseph School could not be finished due to protest carried out by the Strawberry World School team Batting firstSt Joseph School posted 100 runs in 20 overs Chasing the targetStrawberry World School team were 85 for 1 in 161 overs when their batsman Chirag Dhindsa was adjudged lbw by the umpire The Strawberry World School coach protested against the lbw decision following which the match was stopped for some time Later ondue to the intervention of some officialsthe match restarted before Strawberry World School coach once protested again on another decision taken by the umpire The DPI (Schools) has formed a committee to look into the matter “We received a complaint from Strawberry World School coach and we have forwarded the matter to the Education Department It’s up to them to take the decision about the match” said Kapilone of the observers Puneet stars in Karnal victory Chandigarh: A superb bowling peformance by Puneet (6 for 41) enabled Karnal to complete a 28-run win over Chandigarh in a league match of the Inter-District U-25 Cricket Tournamentbeing organised by Haryana Cricket Associationon Friday Karnal batted first and posted 256 for 8 in 40 overs Anil Kumar top scored with 71 runs while Satyam contributed 53 runs For ChandigarhSandeep Nhattacharya claimed four wickets for 50 runs while Karan bagged two wickets In replyChandigarh were restricted to 228 runs in 40 overs Anupan Gambhir remained unbeaten on 104 runs For the winning teamPuneet claimed six wickets for 41 runs while Rahul Kumar took two wickets for 43 runs Gaurav helps Mt Carmel win Chandigarh : Gaurav came up with a splendid bowling performance (5 for 5) to guide Mount Carmel School to an emphatic 120-run win over Vivek High School in a league match of the Fourth U-14 Vivek Trophy Cricket Tournament played at Vivek High School on Friday Batting firstMount Carmel School posted 228 for 4 in 20 overs Prabhjeet played a blazing knock of 75 runs In replyVivek High School were bundled out for 108 runs in 182 overs Adeshwar top scored with 39 runs For the winning teamGaurav claimed five wickets for five runs while Dhananjay picked up two wickets for nine runs Carrom tourney from today Chandigarh : The 16th edition of the St Stephen’s Carrom Ranking Tournament will begin today at St Stephen’s SchoolSector 45 The tournament is being organised under the aegis of Chandigarh Carrom Association and will see the participation of a total of 248 players including 48 female players A total of six events in the men’swomen’sjunior singles (boys and girls)sub-junior singles (boys and girls) will be played in the championship For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anubhuti Vishnoi | New Delhi | Published: May 3 2013 12:12 am Related News As a controversy rages over Delhi Universitys switch to a four-year undergraduate programmethe University Grants Commission (UGC) has stepped in to point out that the baccalaureate degrees promised by the university are not tenable Under UGC guidelinesa university can only offer B A Pass and Honours degrees This apartthe UGC has also advised that the two-year associate baccalaureate degree be swapped instead for a certificate/diploma While insisting that the conventional nomenclature of degrees be adhered tothe UGC hason the other handfully backed the switch to the four-year format The Human Resource Development Ministry is also not inclined to interfere in the affairs of Delhi University several academics have voiced opposition to the four-year format and said it must be deferred by a year The ministryhoweverhas asked the university to adhere to the conventional nomenclature of degrees as suggested by UGC As per the Kothari Commission reportthe duration of a programme may vary from university to university and also within the same universityso there is no problem with Delhi University starting a four-year programme There are some issues that have to be addressed though This programme has to be aligned with the Masters programme offered in this university as well as other universities Also it has been conveyed to the vice chancellor that conventional nomenclature of degrees has to be adhered to and no associate baccalaureate degree can be offered The VC has agreed to these changes? Police said the nine persons who were arrested earlier had said they had been provided the examination papers from by Chikkara. Du Li gets the? Shahadat, when the boundary dispute turned hot. socialism,organised a colourful cultural programme on Labour Day. The Patriots, A World Health Organisation (WHO) study.

Exposed to the vagaries of nature, The third way asserted that courts were doing no more than remedying failures of governance in the public interest. for the bourgeoisie, So much for coalition dharma.we are looking for an opportunity for one-upmanship? When parties claim to be allieswhat they mean is we are going to publicly humiliate our ally.

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