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who informed the navy regarding any suspicious activity. ENS For all the latest Chandigarh News,s dependence on overdrawals threatens grids even as CM denies role in recent blackout UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has denied that his state is responsible for the collapse of the northern and other grids on two consecutive days.Written by Press Trust Of India | London | Published: November 27 revenge would be high on their mind when they take the field against the Lions on Friday. Gujarat Lions: Suresh Raina (C), I’m seeing that he’s improving.
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Prof Archana R SinghProf Manjit KaurDirector Public Relations Vineet Punia were also present For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 1 2012 2:35 am Related News A 48-year-old man from Khed taluka of Pune district who was suffering from fevercough and general weakness from September 21 died of swine flu on Sundaytaking the death toll to 15 since April this year The patient was initially admitted to Apex Hospital and shifted to Sahyadri Hospital at Bopodi He succumbed to the viruswhich had aggravated his broncho pneumonia leading to acute respiratory failuredoctors said Sixteen patients have been hospitalised so farwith one on ventilator support For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 15 2013 1:44 am Related News Dhananjay Boretes incisive bowling set the stage for Sungard Prashant Pol made the chase easy to beat Fiserv by eight wickets and win the title in the 2nd WCE Inter-IT T20 Cup Cricket Tournament organised by White Copper Entertainmentplayed at the Nehru Stadium Groundon Sunday Prizes were given by International stand-up comedian Vikram Sathe The winnersSungard received Trophy and Rs 30000while Runner-up team Fiserv had to settle with Rs 25000 and a Trophy Rohit Mayne of Sungard was chosen Man-of-the-Serieshe took 13 wickets and scored 140 runs Rohit won Rs 5000 in prize money and trophy Manoj Selvarajan of Fiserv was adjudged Best bowler (12/112) and Prashant Pol (282 runs) of Sungard was Best Batsman Both received Rs 3000 and a trophy each For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsADEN (Reuters) – A Saudi-led coalition launched air strikes on Yemen’s capital Sanaa local media said lending support to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh after he signalled he was abandoning his support of the Iran-aligned Houthis – a shift that could pave the way to end three years of war An armed Houthi follower reacts after attending a gathering celebrating Houthi advancement on forces loyal to Yemen’s former president Ali Abdullah Saleh at Tahrir Square in Sanaa Yemen December 3 2017 REUTERS/Khaled AbdullahIn a speech on Saturday Saleh appeared to indicate the end of his loyalists’ alliance with Houthi fighters He said he was ready to turn a “new page” in ties with the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthis if it stopped attacks on Yemeni citizens and lifted a siege Residents on Sunday however said a coalition air strike overnight killed 12 Yemeni civilians in one family in the northern province of Saada the home territory of the Houthis The attack could not be verified Saudi-owned al-Arabiya television said on Sunday coalition aircraft pounded Houthi outposts in southern Sanaa overnight but gave no details on casualties Separately the Houthis who together with Saleh’s loyalists control most of northern Yemen said they had fired a cruise missile towards a nuclear power plant under construction in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) a report quickly denied by the UAE Saleh’s announcement on Saturday was welcomed by the Saudi-led coalition which has been backed by the United States and other Western powers The coalition which includes the United Arab Emirates is trying to help Yemen’s internationally recognised President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi back to power but it has struggled to advance against Houthi-Saleh forces A split between Saleh’s armed allies and the Houthis could tip the balance of power Army units loyal to Saleh have been clashing with Houthi fighters in the past five days adding a new layer to an already complex situation in Yemen Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash appeared to back Saleh’s side in remarks on his official Twitter page “The events in Sanaa are murky but its national uprising needs support . to protect the Arabian Peninsula from Iranian expansion” he said Residents in Sanaa reported on Sunday that the Houthis appeared to be clawing back some territory lost to Saleh over the previous four days and Houthi tanks were deployed amid heavy gun battles in the city’s central Political District The area is a stronghold of Saleh’s loyalists under the command of his nephew Tareq an influential army general The fighting has cut off the airport road prompting the United Nations to try to evacuate at least 140 aid workers from Sanaa according to UN and other aid officials The UN was awaiting approval from the Saudi-led coalition they said Residents earlier said Houthi fighters seized the television studios of Yemen Today a news channel owned by Saleh after clashes that damaged the building Residents said 20 employees were trapped inside People gather at the site of an air strike near the northwestern city Saada Yemen December 3 2017 REUTERS/Naif RahmaThe Red Cross said dozens of people have been killed in clashes over the past five days and called for civilian lives to be spared In Tehran Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi called for calm and restraint “All internal disputes should be resolved through dialogue to block the grounds for any abuse by the enemies of the Yemeni nation” he said according to a statement on the ministry’s website Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle East and the proxy war between the Iran-aligned Houthis and the Saudi-backed Hadi has created widespread hunger and disease in one of the worst humanitarian crises of recent times More than 10000 people have died since 2015 more than two million have been displaced and nearly a million have been infected by a cholera outbreak Famine threatens much of the country Smoke rises during the battle between former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s supporters and the Houthi fighters in Sanaa Yemen December 2 2017 REUTERS/Mohamed al-SayaghiYemen descended into violence in late 2014 when the Houthis a group that follows the Zaidi branch of Shi‘ite Islam marched on Sanaa and seized control of the government Backed by government troops loyal to Saleh the Houthis fanned out across the country forcing Hadi to flee to Riyadh His ouster led the alliance headed by the Saudis to join the fighting HOUTHIS CLAIM MISSILE FIRED TOWARD UAE The Houthis said the missile fired on Sunday was directed towards the al-Barakah nuclear power plant in Abu Dhabi but provided no evidence of any attack There were no reports of any missiles reaching Abu Dhabi The country’s crisis management authority said the al-Barakah was well protected and urged the public not to listen to rumours “The National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority denies claims by the coup trumpets in Yemen that they fired a missile towards the airspace of the United Arab Emirates” the department said in a statement carried by state news agency WAM It said the nuclear power project was “fortified and sturdy against all possibilities And enjoys all measures of nuclear safety and security that such grand projects require” The Houthis had said Abu Dhabi a member of the Saudi-led coalition fighting against them since 2015 was a target for their missiles The Barakah project which is being built by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) is expected to be completed and become operational in 2018 the UAE energy minister has said It is the second time this year the Houthis have said they have fired missiles towards the UAE A few months ago they said they had “successfully” test-fired a missile towards Abu Dhabi but there were no reports of any rockets being intercepted by or falling in the UAE This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Mumbai:Ace shooter Abhinav Bindra on Tuesdaycalled upon the authorities to strengthen the grassroot programmes in various sports while giving emphasis on scientific training and sports science if the country wants to produce world and Olympic champions in future Bindra the country’s lone Olympic individual gold medallist said that "strong basics" picked up at a young age play a crucial part in top-class competitions like the Olympics File photo of Abhinav Bindra Reuters "The most important is we lack grassroot programmes strong grassroot programme where young people are encouraged and given adequate facilities Because if you don’t put in right amount of work and right amount of knowledge right method of training at the beginning when children start out at 89 10 or 11 then it’s very very difficult to achieve success at the highest level" he said at an event here "If you set wrong habits set wrong patterns at the beginning then when you are faced with a lot of pressure which comes with the Olympics then your weakest link falls apart; it (the weakest link) comes to the fore "If you have a strong basics if you are able to set programmes which allow our young athletes to set a strong foundation or set a strong base I think success will grow and we will get many more champions" he added Bindra who had clinched a gold medal in 2008 Beijing Olympics was speaking to reporters after launching ‘Invincible Indians’ campaign of Bajaj V in the presence of Bajaj Auto Managing Director Rajiv Bajaj Five good Samaritans were felicitated on the occasion Bindra said cricket will continue to be a "religion" in India but that does not mean that the country can’t have other "religions" On the importance of scientific training in sports he said "The role of sports science and technology cannot be ignored in today’s times If we want our athletes to compete against the best in business the best in the world we have to give them at par facilities which are very very important "Currently they lack in our country We are many years behind in terms of sports science and using technology We have to find ways of to up that and come and create a environment where we at least are part of (the system)" he added He also said that the country has adequate number of coaches who need to be empowered and given best exposure if they have to produce world beater athletes Asked about the views of National Rifle Federation that the country lack coaches in shooting Bindra said "I think we have adequate number of coaches in shooting the point I was trying to make is that we need to empower our coaches and get them exposed to best techniques in world and get them to par with what most advances that have been made in world of sports sports science sports medicine "So I think we need to set courses and need to empower our own people We Indians can make great coaches expect that we need a little bit more exposure and need to set frameworks in place which enables them to be best in the world" the ace shooter said Asked about his training academy set up recently in Chandigarh Bindra said "It has been very heart-warming its been very very good in the last month It has been thrown open to athletes whatever small way that I can play a part I am happy to that and looking forward to taking it further in future" Written by Express News Service | Published: October 5 2012 3:00 am Related News A team of senior inspectors from four police stations will probe the Wednesday night attack on hotelier Billari Raghvendra Shetty Police said two motorcyclists in their twenties fired four rounds at Shettys Skoda (MH06AS6210) in a lane adjacent to Tanishq showroom near Fame Adlabs at 930 pm when he was going to a business partners house for dinner They said the attack happened as the hotelier slowed down at a speedbreaker while turning right towards Lokhandwala Circle While Shetty managed to duck under three bulletsone pierced his shoulder An officer said Shetty of Evershine Nagar in Malad was owner of 20 hotels in MumbaiGoa and Puneincluding Escape lounge opposite Infinity Mall in Andheri West Police said he also owned a construction business Shetty had been allegedly receiving threat calls from the underworld since 2008when he approached Bangur Nagar Policeand had registered a non-cognisable complaint on September 32010 Sources said Shetty had close links with arrested encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma and had been booked for robbery and under Terrorist and Dispruptive Activities (Prevention) Act Police officers said he was stable but unbale to give statement We will ask Shetty why he was travelling alone despite having a bodyguard and driver? The rally began from the famed ‘Thanyacha Raja’ organised by Narvir Tanaji mandal in Panchpakadi, We have been doing this honestly,as we ensure that the knowledge level of the child is sufficient for him to be promoted to the next class. this bank has its own identity. They make papad,breaking a steady opening stand between Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar by removing the latter.
Mullick has long been persuading the victim? director in the film industry.such a serious case?judge Arpan Chattopadhyay asked Investigating Officer Anandomoy Chatterjee why he should not ask the Calcutta High Court to refer the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) In the jam-packed courtroomwhere women from Kamduni village had come in large numbers to witness the hearingthe judge pulled up the investigating body on several issues and asked the Investigating Officer why only six of the nine accused have been named in the chargesheet The CID chargesheet had stated that prima facie a case cannot be started against the three Amin AliNoor Ali alias Nuru and Rafique of whomRafique was abscondingand that the investigation was still continuing while the forensic report was yet to be obtained The six who have been named in the chargesheet are Saiful AliAnsar AliSheikh Imamul IslamAminur Islam alias BhuttoBhola Naskar and Gopal Naskar The judge observed that the chargesheet had contradictions He added that it was not clear whether the threewhose names were not in the chargesheetwere in the police custody and why should they not be let off The judge also asked the Investigating Officer if he was investigating a case for the first time in his career Stating that there was a lot of incongruity in the chargesheethe asked the CID to file a complete chargesheet on Thursday Asked to comment on the serious criticisms made by the judge about the probeDGP (CID) Sivaji Ghosh refused to comment saying he has received nothing in writing.20 crore to UP Hydro Power Corporation Limited,and Delhi 5. so ‘film toh banti hai (it calls for a film)’. here is the list of key states and what all you need to track. For all the latest Lucknow News, Reuters "You all know about issues like Narada, 2016 12:00 am The seven pieces in the upcoming Aamir Khan film Dangal form a crackling soundtrack.
which beats the purpose of the story.at the earliest? The circular has been sent to heads of all departmentsfaculty members and colleges It says? it was found that many cops do not follow these orders properly. have drawn the most attention due to Trump’s persistent push for warmer relations with President Vladimir Putin and ongoing investigations into Russia’s interference in the 2016 campaign.a carpenter.on the eve of World Disabled Day, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 1, you get hiccups. Paes, This is CDAC?
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