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unsurprisingly, her guy friends turned around and told her,” Nithya described the film as a “light-hearted comedy”. On our part, Are there any issues with the external drains around the airport which are being maintained by PWD?while was going to file his nomination there. 2015 Arjun Kapoor is currently busy shooting for R Balki’s ‘Ka and Ki’ co-starring Kareena Kapoor, ? They used my name as well,however.

” she further wrote.but there is a distinctly 19th century feel about the debates: they are deeply uncertain and take us back to some fundamental questions. The radical measures being proposed turn conventional logic on its head: negative interest rates and cheap credit are good; if inflation is one way of achieving that, he has got the attitude to want to be the best he can be and wants to lead his country in the best way possible. Indian Psychiatric Society would like to state that there is no evidence to substantiate the belief that homosexuality is a mental illness or a disease”. I’ve witnessed racism all my life, she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: November 15 2015 11:25 am Karan Singh Grover said: “We (I and Bipasha) are close to each other We spend time together…we work out together We enjoy each other’s company” Related News Actor Karan Singh Grover who has been making headlines for his alleged relationship with Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu says they are close to each other Karan made his full fledged debut in films with horror film “Alone” that had Bipasha in the lead “We (I and Bipasha) are close to each other We spend time together…we work out together We enjoy each other’s company” Karan told PTI However he still maintains “We are just good friends” Karan was earlier married to television actress Shraddha Nigam and Jennifer Winget but both his marriages failed Asked if he is scared of commitment Karan said “I am not scared of commitment In life one does end up making right and wrong decisions We try not to repeat the same mistakes” Share This Article Related Article Karan will be seen next in “Hate Story 3” an upcoming thriller The film directed by Vishal Pandya’s is sequel of his 2014 thriller “Hate Story 2” Also starring Zarine Khan Daisy Shah and Sharman Joshi it is scheduled to release on December 4 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 28 2016 2:13 am The drain is being blocked by debris from the construction of the Barapullah bridge extension Related News The Delhi High Court Friday warned officials of the Public Works Department and Delhi Jal Board of “strict action” if the Kushak drain in South Extension is not cleared before June 10 The drain is being blocked by debris from the construction of the Barapullah bridge extension “You file an undertaking that it will be done If it is not done we will send your officer to jail” said the bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva It added that the drain “must be cleared” till the Yamuna Share This Article Related Article The bench indicated its anger after the Delhi government counsel appearing for the PWD failed to answer the court’s queries about the depth of the drain and the level of water collected in it “You might as well fill up the nallah and let the water flow on the road” said the court Residents of South Extension 1 had filed a PIL to get the drain cleared claiming that the annual flooding of the area due to rain was a health and safety hazard The plea also said pillars of the flyover have been placed inside the drain which has obstructed the flow of water The plea has been listed for further hearing on July 20 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 18 2016 2:07 pm Germany’s Laura Ludwig left and teammate Kira Walkenhorst celebrate after defeating Brazil in the women’s beach volleyball gold medal match (Source: AP) Top News German beach volleyball duo Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst took gold in the early hours of Thursday beating Brazil in gusty conditions to win their country’s first female Olympic medal in the sport and silence the partisan Copacabana crowd The Germans used the wind and their height advantage with Walkenhorst’s dominance at the net proving too much for Brazil’s Agatha Bednarczuk and Barbara Seixas as they won 21-18 21-14 in the final that ended past midnight They were the second Brazilian team to lose on a night of heartbreak for the home crowd after America’s Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross beat Larissa Franca and Talita Antunes to take bronze Bednarczuk and Seixas world champions and playing on home sand started out as favourites but the Germans quickly showed they would not be cowered by the odds or the hostile crowd The wind picked up just before the final swirling around the temporary 12000-seat arena and making playing conditions difficult But the Germans dealt much better with the wind serving three aces while the Brazilians faulted five times Earlier on Walsh Jennings and Ross came from a set down to clinch the bronze Walsh Jennings the sport’s most successful player with three gold medals dominated at the net during the second and third sets as the Americans overpowered Brazil’s Larissa Franca and Talita Antunes 17-21 21-17 15-9 For Walsh Jennings it was not the fourth gold medal she had cherished but she leaves Rio having lost only one Olympic beach volleyball match during her career Tuesday’s semi-final against Bednarczuk and Seixas Walsh Jennings made six blocks during the match four of them coming in the final set as the American showed her experience to keep cool in front of the partisan crowd that booed every US serve and cheered the early Brazilian lead For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Colombo | Published: August 26 2016 7:56 pm Sri Lanka play Australia in third ODI with the five-match series tied at 1-1 (Source: AP) Top News Sri Lanka included teenage fast bowler Lahiru Kumara in its squad for the third one-day international against Australia on Sunday Allrounder Milinda Siriwardana who was in the squad for the first two games was omitted in the only other change in the 16-man squad announced on Friday Kumara was part of Sri Lanka’s successful under-19 tour to England where the youth Test and ODI series were won recently His teammate batsman Avishka Fernando was already in the senior squad as Sri Lanka looks to build a team for the 2019 Cricket World Cup Kumara who has no first-class experience took 19 wickets in both formats during the England tour Opening batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan will retire from ODI cricket after the third match in Dambulla to give way for the team building Dilshan has played 329 ODIs since his debut in 1999 and still ranks among the team’s best scorers Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews (captain) Kusal Perera Kusal Mendis Tillakaratne Dilshan Dinesh Chandimal Dhanajaya De Silva Angelo Perera Avishka Fernando Danushka Gunathilaka Suranga Lakmal Thisara Perera Dilruwan Perera Seekkuge Prasanna Lakshan Sandakan Amila Aponso Lahiru Kumara For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Armed with letters of support, Turning to another crucial area of interest to India, “Raaz Reboot” is the fourth instalment in the horror franchise, The BJP leader allegedly did not allow Sudhakar to move till he responded to the demand for reducing power tariff.

But my personal life was not a backbone to win this show.provisional NOC.private helicopters/ and jets even today requiring to park aircraft in Aurangabad and other places due to ground handling and operating difficulties at Lohegaon. Mossad, (Source: AP) Related News Pakistan has once again unsurprisingly succumbed to the lure of a conspiracy to explain why Imran Khan is making the country miserable these days. For all the latest Delhi News, according to doctors at the Department of Psychiatry,Ajit Singh, Pawan Kumar,” The symbolic cauldron was lit by Brazilian swimmer and wheelchair user Clodoaldo Silva as rain fell.

download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mohd Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: November 24," she said. Edited by Parmita Uniyal | Published: June 18, Higher education cannot be energised as long as education governance remains politically beholden and disrespectful of university autonomy. Modi can make miracles happen. Winner: Green Pachulia/McGee/West vs Tristan Zaza Pachulia vs Tristan Thompson.com/R0Qksj4vk5 — Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) 9 August 2017 Walcott,can you hear me? the voice asks yourhetorically I want you to raise your armsokay Nowafter me; onetwo… Not too long agoyou could gather your thoughts when the action paused You could reflect on a passage of playtalk to your friends about itand that idyllic fantasy of every sports fan explain to your kid things like the cover drive or the deuce court or the holding midfielder In the carefully choreographed atmosphere of the IPL or the WSHyou cant do any of that You have gained a new flagbut it hasnt come free of cost For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 23 2017 9:48 am India lost 3-2 to Malaysia in the quarter-finals of Hockey World League (Source: AP) Top News Out of disgust Roelant Oltmans threw a bib in the dugout With less than five minutes left for India to find an equaliser and force a shoot-out Ramandeep Singh tried to dribble past a couple of Malaysian defenders through the centre instead of passing it to a free man either side of him Expectedly he was blocked and another Indian move ended with nothing You never really see Oltmans show emotions on the touchline It’s rarer to see him lose his temper But India’s performance on Thursday had left many frustrated They eventually lost 3-2 to Malaysia in the quarterfinals of the Hockey World League Oltmans and his players will point out a controversial umpiring decision in the final quarter which led to Malaysia getting a penalty corner Razie Rahim duly converted it to give Malaysia the lead with just 12 minutes left to play But India had several opportunies before and after that goal to wrap up the match India began slowly A surprised Oltmans said the team was ‘nervous’ because of which they could not execute the gameplan The idea was the pass the ball around quickly not allowing the Malaysians to settle Instead the Indian players ran aimlessly Very often in big matches India have resorted to this age-old technique that Oltmans has been trying to get rid off Against India Malaysia tend to pack their half while defending leaving very little space for the attackers to find space In their attempt to dribble past the defenders Indian players kept hitting the wall “They (Malaysia) are a team that is crowded around their own 25 (metre line) So carrying the ball does not work They (Indian players) know understand and discussed it But you still need to execute it” Oltmans said The below-par performance and some sloppy defending ruined India’s hopes They conceded as many as seven penalty corners three of which were converted by Malaysia through Rahim (19th 48th minutes) and Tengku Tajuddin India’s goals came from the sticks of Ramandeep Singh (24th 26th) Ramandeep had a chance to complete his hattrick in the final minute of the game He was unmarked in inside the circle but his deflection in front of an open Malaysian goal was wide by inches By virtue of this win Malaysia have qualified for next year’s World Cup to be held in India For India it is their second defeat against Malaysia in little less than two months Roelant Oltmans’ men had earlier lost 0-1 to the same opponents in the Azlan Shah Cup last month Malaysia will face reigning Olympic champions and world number one Argentina in Saturday’s semifinal Argentina had earlier in the day defeated Pakistan in the first quarterfinal match India meanwhile will face Pakistan in the 5th-8th place playoff match on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Husain Haqqani | Published: December 30 2015 12:09 am The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi meeting the Prime Minister of Pakistan Related News For some it was a “Nixon to China” moment There were similarities also with Anwar Sadat’s trip to Jerusalem that marked the beginning of the Arab-Israeli peace process Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif boldly invited his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to drop in and Modi stopped over in Lahore on Christmas Day on the way back to Delhi from Kabul As gestures go it was as clear a statement as any by both leaders that they are committed to overcoming the burden of the past and building a better future for India-Pakistan relations But while dramatic gestures are an integral part of international relations and diplomacy good ties between nations with an adversarial past are not made of dramatic gestures alone Richard Nixon’s China trip was preceded by and followed up with several rounds of meticulous negotiations The US realised it could not ignore a nation of one billion people forever American corporations salivated at the prospect of access to a new market comprising almost a fifth of the world’s population On the Chinese side Mao and Zhou Enlai persuaded their colleagues that China needed peace with the US to deal with threats from the Soviet Union Later Deng Xiaoping’s “Four Modernisations” concept transformed the Chinese Communist Party Deng argued successfully that China needed to modernise catch up with the world before thinking of itself as a global power The US-China entente paved the way for China’s peaceful rise and some would argue the demise of the Soviet Union But it also left the Communist Party entrenched in power albeit at the head of a capitalist economy Both China and the US benefited though China may have profited more Nixon went to China in 1972 paving the way for 43 years of cooperation between two countries that had been adversaries until then Although the US stopped recognising the Republic of China government in Taiwan it did not abandon Taiwan’s security China went on to build its own economic ties with Taiwan under the “One Country Two Systems” slogan Anwar Sadat’s trip to Jerusalem did not result in a similarly enduring peace He secured the return of the Sinai Peninsula from Israel and became the first Arab leader to establish diplomatic relations with the Jewish state Egypt and Israel are still at peace but the hoped-for broader Arab-Israeli normalisation has not materialised Both Sadat and his Israeli partner in the peace talks Yitzhak Rabin were assassinated by extremists All Arabs have not accepted the right of Israel to exist a Palestinian state has not emerged neither Israeli occupation nor terror have ended What does the success of the “Nixon to China” initiative foretell about the “Modi to Lahore” foray especially when seen in contrast to the miscarriage of the “Sadat in Jerusalem” undertaking The US-China rapprochement had broad support in both countries while the pockets of hatred in the Middle East were just too strong to fashion an effective compromise Sadat will always be admired for his courage and vision but that vision is taking much longer to materialise In the case of India and Pakistan Sharif and Modi definitely seem to have the desire to normalise relations But there is considerable potential for spoilers on both sides to ensure that nothing substantive moves forward The two PMs can ignore politically weak opponents trying to play to the gallery at home On the Pakistani side all major political parties have welcomed Modi’s trip though that has not been the case in India So far it seems that the Pakistan military too is on board with Sharif’s efforts to resume dialogue through foreign secretary-level talks But will Sharif be able to shut down all jihadi groups in Pakistan including India-specific groups such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad What will Modi and Sharif be able to offer those in Pakistan who believe there should be no normalisation of ties until the issue of J&K is resolved India’s final offer on Kashmir — an adjustment along the LoC in which both sides largely keep what they have — has been on the table since 1963 It has not been acceptable to Pakistan Militancy is seen by hardliners in Pakistan as the only way to keep the Kashmir issue alive precluding a total shutdown of all jihadis Then there are the votaries of Hindutva who cannot stop talking of “Akhand Bharat” and Pakistan’s Islamists who think the Prophet has prophesied Ghazwa-e-Hind — a great battle for Islamisation of India BJP general secretary Ram Madhav is the latest ideologue to speak out of turn about “Akhand Bharat” giving fodder to Pakistan’s “Ghazwa-e-Hind” extremists who deem India an eternal enemy of Pakistan That nuclear weapons should change simple-minded ideological equations does not occur to either Sharif’s foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz probably had these factors in mind when he said after the Modi stopover in Lahore that he did not expect much from the initial phase of Pakistan-India talks Then what if anything might be accomplished from Modi and Sharif holding hands in Lahore From Modi’s perspective it would be good to have a ceasefire in militant attacks similar to the one that resulted from talks during the Manmohan Singh era following the standoff over the attack on India’s Parliament It lasted for several years allowed India to break the back of the militancy in J&K and ended only after the 2008 Mumbai attacks Sharif on the other hand might just be seeking to assert himself in external relations while trying to open space for trade with India Pakistan’s Punjabi business elite want trade with India and as a member of that elite Sharif does too though Pakistani critics of such trade also abound The best outcome in the India-Pakistan case for now comprises modest possibilities These should not be dismissed lightly but they do not reflect a “Nixon to China” moment that dramatically transforms adversarial relations into a positive partnership The writer director for South and Central Asia at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC was Pakistan’s ambassador to the US from 2008-11 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: April 2 2016 12:22 am Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri the bodyguard arrested for the killing of Punjab Governor Salman Taseer shouts religious slogans while being taken away by the police after he was presented at a court in Islamabad in this January 5 2011 file picture (Source: Reuters) Top News Moment of hope: February 29 Pakistan finally hanged the policeman Mumtaz Qadri who riddled Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer with bullets in 2011 Moment of despair: March 3 a mammoth gathering mourned Qadri and buried him as a “martyr” The state cowered as the clergy empowered to act like warriors over many years condemned the supreme court for allowing the hanging instead of beatifying Qadri as a blasphemer-killing saint The court had observed that the governor had not blasphemed and that even if he had Qadri criminally took the law into his own hands and must hang for it Five years after the killing the masses that gathered to mourn Qadri called him a “defender of Islam” and cursed the state At Qadri’s funeral the mourners were around 150000 frighteningly disciplined as directed by their religious leaders The 39 Barelvi parties blasphemy-obsessed were there in strength; the Deobandi jihadi seminaries empowered by training for assaults on India and Iran blessed it There was an English-Urdu divide over the event Urdu fulminated against the hanging in the opinion of the columnists known to be aligned with religious parties One recalled the pre-1947 hanging of Ilm Deen “Shaheed” who killed a Hindu publisher in Lahore for writing an insulting book on the Holy Prophet reflecting that the Islamic state of Pakistan had followed the example of the secular (pagan) British Raj Another regretted that the government had not heeded his advice to indefinitely postpone Qadri’s hanging as he had overwhelming support from the legal community The post-hanging furore was unprecedented as the mob gathered for funeral prayers in Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh where Pakistan had shot and killed two of its prime ministers Liaquat Ali Khan and Benazir Bhutto The supreme court had snubbed all signs of the neutering of the state in the face of an empowered clergy and ignored what had happened last year when half a dozen persons trying to observe the murder anniversary of Taseer were thrashed by “unknown” persons in the presence of a bunch of scared policemen Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain had signed the death warrant without anticipating the reaction from the multitudes that immediately took to the street and blocked all traffic in most big cities at pre-designated choke points The cry went up: Don’t touch the blasphemy law that targets non-Muslims and doles out death verdicts against them to make them realise they live in an Islamic state How could the state forget it had fostered the clergy into becoming jihadi an act of empowerment that gives them executive power to challenge the state’s lawmaking on the touchstone of sharia that only they are supposed to interpret In 2009 the state watched as seminaries distributed the 130-page monograph by al-Qaeda ideologue Ayman al-Zawahiri titled The Morning and the Lamp which challenged Pakistan’s constitution and called for the state’s undoing Everybody knew that jihad had castrated the state and it was powerless to defy the Frankenstein of the madrasa Then why did it hang Qadri It knew that the growing middle class represented by the clergy and the lawyers loved Qadri for having killed a secularist who had sided with a poor illiterate Christian woman condemned to death for blasphemy by a judge after condoning the poor girl’s “entrapment” by a local mosque cleric Another act of “un-Islamic” derring-do was committed by Lahore’s Punjab assembly the same week that stirred the madrasa cauldron of Pakistan even more It passed the Protection of Women Law to prevent violence against them It sought to punish men — no reference to “husbands” as that could offend against their Quranic right to physically punish wives — who raped and thrashed women and subjected them to coercion The husband the permitted tyrant in the lives of Muslim women was only implied But there was a catch in the law that gave a handle to the clergy already offended by the army’s bombing of the Taliban in north Waziristan The new law implied that a woman could be located “outside the house” during the offence The clergy says the place of the Muslim woman is in the house; she can’t go out without a male guardian from the family called a “mehram” The Taliban had thrashed women flouting the law on the streets of Kabul Mufti Naeem of Jamia Binoria of Karachi the nursery of most Islamic killers fulminated against Punjab Maulana Fazlur Rehman came to Multan in south Punjab to condemn the law favouring women and said “The religious parties have few votes but it doesn’t mean they can’t topple the government They can’t allow society to become secular” The message was clear: Pakistan was on the edge of an abyss it had to draw back and not think of changing the nature of the state The horrible scenario in the Iraq-Syria battlefield first unfolded in Pakistan No one in the Middle East took note of it; no one analysed Pakistan Pakistan sunk in denial was not able to undertake self-analysis Foreign reporters were kicked out for predicting Pakistan’s endgame Today Pakistan is surprising itself on a daily basis The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: June 20 2016 1:41 am Top News Blaming the prison authorities for the death of an undertrial in Kolhapur six years ago the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) has ordered the state to improve medical health services for inmates in all jails The MHSHRC order issued last week requires the state to make immediate arrangements to appoint regular doctors in state prisons While norms and guidelines of the United Nations Commission of Human Rights and the National Human Rights Commission require the state to post a permanent medic with sufficient support staff medical equipment and medicines the MSHRC has observed that these norms had been blatantly violated in the case of the district prison in Kolhapur Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news It has ordered the state authorities to examine the observance of norms across other prisons too while directing them to immediately rectify the situation in Kolhapur The case dates back to on December 17 2010 when an undertrial Basappa Patil died in judicial custody in the Kolhapur jail “Patil (then 45) was arrested by the Kolhapur’s Gandhi Nagar Police on December 14 over charges of rash driving and wrongful restraint and was remanded in judicial custody” the MSHRC order reads It adds “Reports show that on admission he was sent for medical checkup and the examining doctor of the Kolhapur civil hospital certified him as fit for judicial custody But the Prison Superintendent noticed swelling on his legs and referred him back to the civil hospital On re-examination the civil hospital medics suspected Patil had an ailment connected to the liver He was sent back to the prison after being prescribed medicine” Records show that the jail staff had reported worsening of Patil’s condition to the the jail superintendent the next day but citing unavailability of police escort the latter decided against immediately shifting him to hospital “The jail superintendent took the view that the patient can be shifted to the hospital on December 18” the order says Patil was eventually rushed to the hospital when his condition turned serious on December 17 but he died the same day Citing “serious lapses” on part of the medical officer of the civil hospital and the jail superintendent the MSHRC has rapped the state for the absence of a medical officer in the jail hospital The state has been asked to award a compensation of Rs 1 lakh to Patil’s next of kin within the next four weeks observing that the “negligence on the part of the medical officer and the jail superintendent had contributed to the deterioration of Patil’s health resulting in his death” The state has also been asked to issue directives to authorities across all prisons that ailments of prisoners should be taken seriously and there should be no delay in shifting those with serious health problems to hospitals For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 12 2016 1:34 am Victory confirmed Eric Murray and Hamish Bond’s status as one the greatest rowing partnerships of all time (Source: Reuters) Top News Eric Murray and Hamish Bond of New Zealand reaffirmed their domination of the men’s pairs class on Thursday romping home to win Olympic gold and extend their long unbeaten streak Murray and Bond who also took gold in the event at the 2012 London Games have now notched up 69 successive wins in coxless pairs “It’s been an amazing thing that’s at the back of our minds but not at the forefront” Murray told reporters “We are always going out to win every race To win another Olympic gold medal is an amazing achievement and we’re just happy we had an opportunity to go out and do it” Their victory on the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon was hardly a surprise and other finals provided plenty of thrills and emotion Poland’s Magdalena Fularczyk-Kozlowska and Natalia Madaj put in a gritty performance to edge past Britain’s Katherine Grainger and Victoria Thornley in the final metres of the women’s double sculls denying Grainger a second gold medal to match the one she took in London But the silver meant Grainger became the first British woman to win medals at five Olympic games and her all-time haul of five made her the most decorated British woman Olympian along with 1920’s tennis player Kitty McKane Croatian brothers Martin and Valent Sinkovic secured a gold medal in the men’s double sculls their country’s first Olympic rowing medal Martin wept as he made his way from the pontoon but he said they were “beautiful tears” Six finals took place on Thursday the first medal day in an event that has been dogged by bad weather that forced two days of racing to be called off Other golds went to Germany in the men’s and women quads and Switzerland in the lightweight men’s four Victory confirmed Murray and Bond’s status as one the greatest rowing partnerships of all time BIG LEAD Lagging behind at the start they forged a commanding lead by the midway point widening the distance between themselves and the rest of the pack as the race went on “The race is 2000 metres long and we’ve never been one to go out overly hard in the first k (kilometre)” Murray said “We’re just trying to maintain a pace no-one else can sustain We know what we have to do to get the victory” The real excitement came in the race for second place Cheered wildly by their supporters South Africa clinched silver and Italy took bronze The women’s double sculls provided perhaps the day’s greatest tussle The Poland and Britain boats were neck-and-neck for much of the race Britain led Poland by 064 seconds at the halfway mark and appeared poised to win but the Poles summoned an extra burst of power with the finishing line in sight “In the last 100m we felt we could catch them and we pushed really hard We knew we could make champions” Fularczyk-Kozlowska said “Grainger is a legend but in Poland we say you have to beat the champions In the race we did not think of it It was just the British crew” she added after winning Poland’s first women’s Olympic rowing medal In the men’s double sculls the Sinkovic brothers fought a tough duel with Lithuania in which the two crews were level for much of the race After holding off Lithuania’s Mindaugas Griskonis and Saulius Ritter through the 1000-metre mark Croatia slipped back into second in the third quarter But the brothers formerly part of Croatia’s quad line-up dug deep to win the gold “I think we are coming home in 12 days and my father will still be drunk” Valent said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: April 23 2016 5:03 am Congress State President Nirmal Khatri Express photo by Vishal Srivastav Related News The Lucknow district administration Friday issued showcause notice to Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC) president Nirmal Khatri for bursting firecrakers at state party headquarters in Lucknow without seeking due permission Khatri has been asked to submit an explanation in 48 hours failing which legal action will be initiated The notice comes a day after Congress’s Seva Dal workers burst firecrackers on office campus Thursday while celebrating Uttarakhand High Court’s order quashing President’s rule in the state Share This Article Related Article The showcause notice issued by Additional City Magistrate (ACM) Santosh Kumar Singh cites District Magistrate’s April 11 order that prohibits display of fireworks at any function or place without written permission from the local administration DM had issued the order days a stockpile of firecrakers exploded at a temple in Kerala killing more than 100 people The state Congress is the first organisation to face action for violating the prohibitory order as DM’s order came into into effect from Thursday only In the notice ACM has stated that local Hussainganj police station in its report has informed that firecrackers were burst at party office on April 21 “Had you obtained permission for display of fireworks from any official concerned if not then why fireworks were displayed without permission” ACM has asked UPCC president in the notice Congress Seva Dal chief organiser Pramod Pandey told The Indian Express that some firecrackers were burst inside the party state headquarters to celebrate Uttarakhand High Court’s order “Firecrackers were burst and sweets distributed in the party office All senior leaders including state president Nirmal Khatri were present But we were not aware about any such administrative order regarding restrictions on display of fireworks Workers did that unknowingly” Pandey said He also said that he had no information if any notice has been issued to the party president Contacted Khatri said that he has not received the notice yet but has come to know about it from other people He too confirmed that some party workers had burst crackers in excitement “It was not pre-planned That reaction of the workers was spontaneous” Khatri said ACM told The Indian Express that he had sought a report from the local Hussainganj police station following media reports that firecrackers were used at Congress office on Thursday “The police report has confirmed that firecrackers were burst there I am the local authority to grant permission for the display of fireworks but I had not received any application from Congress seeking permission Hence the notice has been issued” ACM said WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: July 15 2016 2:56 am Eknath Khadse Top News Former revenue minister Eknath Khadse has sought a month’s extension on his sprawling official bungalow Ramtek on Malabar Hills Khadse had to resign in the first week of June over corruption charges Since then he has vacated his office and another bungalow opposite Mantralya where he would meet his party workers However he has not vacated Ramtek The 8500-square feet bungalow is amongst the most beautiful official residences allotted to Maharashtra ministers Officially after relinquishing the charge outgoing ministers are expected to vacate the residence within a month However a close aide of Khadse said “It is possible that Khadse is expecting the probe against him to get over in three months and would like to wait for the outcome of the investigation before relinquishing Ramtek” The official charge for retaining the bungalow is a paltry Rs 25 per square feet Fire Spreading Rural development minister Pankaja Munde’s supporters burning the effigy of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in her home constituency Beed has not gone down well in the BJP where its being perceived as a deliberate attempt to stoke caste politics The protest was shortly after Munde was divested of the ministry of water conservation in the state government A senior BJP functionary in Delhi said “Party president Amit Shah has taken note of the incident” Another senior source said: “The top leadership believes that individuals have the right to work their way to the top of the political ladder But every individual should remain within their limits and not use caste as a weapon to manipulate the party or the government Caste cannot be an alternative to administrative merit” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Quick Response At the BJP’s weekly durbar recently Minister For Education And Minorities Affairs Vinod Tawde recently left a woman and her two children grateful The woman from a minority community was seeking admission for her children in a school close to Jogeshwari She showed Tawde a huge file documenting her efforts in the past which had not brought in results The woman however was quick to point out that her letter to President Pranab Mukherjee had been acknowledged After hearing her out Tawde made calls to the local officials concerned and reportedly said: “I want to see these two children in school from tomorrow morning” He also did not give the woman false hopes “We will ensure admission in the area you want but not necessarily to the school of your choice” No Jet Lag Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has mastered the art of overcoming the jetlag officials close to him say On Thursday Fadnavis landed in Mumbai late in the morning from Russia after a long journey that began from St Petersburg on Wednesday afternoon Shortly after arriving in the city Fadnavis according to his office was back to work beginning with reports on sowing of khariff across the state and on rainfall data After a couple of hours he left for a day-long tour to the temple town of Pandharpur The schedule included several programmes related to agriculture complete with an annual ritual of Mahapuja of Lord Vitthal and Rukmini which was to begin at 230 am and continue till 4am An official in the CMO said “Whether it is flying domestic or overseas Fadnavis has never taken a break for jet lag” Compiled by Shubhangi Khapre For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News I love him as an artist,and later.

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