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however, With the Shalarth scheme (electronic payment mode for depositing salaries directly in the bank accounts of employees) drawing flak from various sections of teachers, they need to be submitted to app’s Our Story group. so we thought about the hot air balloon as a different way of touring. 2017 Met Farmers’ Delegation at Parbhani and assured them that Congress will continue to fight for their rights pic. The flyover proposed near the college is a concrete monster that will permanently damage the aesthetics of the heritage building, claim the alumni They claim that the flyoverif constructedwill increase congestion on J M Road while each vehicle will add 6 dB (decibels) each time traffic density is doubled and will also disfigure the beautiful and heritage building of the premier institute Instead of implementing the current plan the civic body should consider the alternative plans proposed by Prof P M RavalProfessor of Town Planning with CoEPand B V Kolatkar former Jt director of town planning Other measures of traffic planning and management will be less costly and more effective than construction of flyovers The flyover will reduce congestion to some extent and will create more congestion on next junction and other roads It would be better if the PMC listen to all stakeholders and follow detail impact assessment method to justify project and investment?" De Kock made 91 and Bavuma 89 and following their departure Philander and Morkel continued the stubborn resistance with an unbeaten 47 for the last wicket.including five girls of Raheja?and Keirin individual events,the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium velodrome.

Bajpai confirmed Pradhan? The society,m.youll not get anything to eat But of coursethe yellow neon signage for a hamburger will beckon you unto 11 pm Driving back from Coorg to Bangalore the other daywe found no hygienic eating joint at odd hoursbut soon enough found an American Rs 25 hamburger served in a super ambience In the next 15 to 20 yearswould our traditional sarikurtidupattadhotikhadidosapaubhajichole-bhature become rare in India Will my granddaughter Sreeya at age 22 in 2027 have a different choice and price for McJeans in Indiabetter than in her home in London today Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Monza | Published: August 31 2017 9:41 pm Force India’s team mates met on Thursday to reset their relationship (Source: Reuters) Top News Force India’s feuding team mates met on Thursday to reset their relationship after French rookie Esteban Ocon accused Mexican Sergio Perez of trying to kill him at last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix “I went to Esteban’s room and had a talk with him” Perez told an Italian Grand Prix news conference at which Ferrari’s championship leader Sebastian Vettel sat between the two drivers Perez who said the conversation had been “really good” added that they had agreed to forget the past and push on with the interests of the Silverstone-based team “We cannot afford to lose any more points … we will move forward and I’m very sure that these things will not happen again” the Mexican said “A new relationship starts from now on I really hope that from now on we can be working as a team” Force India are fourth in the constructors’ championship but collisions between their drivers have cost them plenty of points already this season They clashed twice at Spa with Ocon squeezed towards the wall as he tried to pass Perez in the second incident that most upset the 20-year-old and led to a Twitter outburst against the Mexican Ocon posted a clip of the incident on Sunday evening and told his 64000 followers: “Perez tried to kill me 2 times” The collision was the latest in a build-up of bad blood with the drivers warned in June about their conduct after they collided at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix with podium places up for grabs Force India principal and co-owner Vijay Mallya has said he will now “implement a policy of team orders” to prevent more such incidents “I think we both crossed the line that’s for sure” said Ocon agreeing that they needed to put the team first “I think also we need to get the bosses’ trust back and maybe after some races they will let us race again” added the Frenchman who confirmed he would follow any instructions issued by the team Perez 27 said both were experienced enough to know how to handle the situation “Esteban has been racing for a long time as well … there will be some instructions coming up for us I think we will put everything in place that the interests of the team come first before us” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: July 2 2016 1:42 am Top News It is no secret that India’s agriculture has been under increasing stress over the past two years due not only to back-to-back droughts but also global factors For the most part agrarian distress is seen through the mirror held up by the disturbing phenomenon of rising farmer suicides But that is an extreme outcome More widespread changes that are unfolding in the agrarian landscape are often missed Falling lease rentals on farmland in Punjab for instance show how the rural ecosystem is being more adversely affected by market forces than its urban counterpart Nowhere is this more evident than in Punjab a state that has been described as India’s granary In the Majha region which has the largest Basmati-growing tracts annual charges for leased land have come down by up to 40 per cent This is true for the Doaba and Malwa regions of the state as well albeit for differing reasons Majha farmers have been at the receiving end of a fall in India’s agricultural exports thanks to the crash in global commodity prices As such not only have the yields of the Basmati crop fallen in the last two years the price realisation has also collapsed Basmati varieties which sold for Rs 5000 per quintal till two years ago have fetched just about Rs 1600 to Rs 1800 per quintal lately In Malwa Punjab’s main agricultural heartland the fall in lease rates has been due to intrinsically agrarian reasons: The Bt cotton crop widely cultivated in this belt suffered heavy losses due to whitefly infestation This resulted in shaving off price realisations by around 20 to 25 per cent There are at least two main implications of these falling rentals that policymakers must take note of One farmers are becoming risk averse This can be seen in the fact that they are increasingly reverting to the safe choice of growing non-Basmati rice where price realisations are assured due to the government’s minimum support price guarantee This depression in the risk-taking spirit of the farming community cannot be good news The collateral damage as it were is the certain decline in crop diversification Farmers across the belt have dropped the risky choices be it Bt Cotton or Basmati rice and chosen safer but more subsidy intensive crops such as parmal paddy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 30 2017 4:19 pm Aamir Khan says that while his creative involvement has always been the same he did go through a learning curve Related News Superstar Aamir Khan has been rewriting the rules of box office hits for more than a decade now but the actor – often referred to as Mr Perfectionist because of his well-planned career moves — attributes his success to early failures Aamir says that while his creative involvement has always been the same he did go through a learning curve The actor 52 has not had a flop since his Mela days in 2000 and while Mangal Pandey was not a grand success it managed to recover its costs His hit-list has blockbusters like Lagaan Dil Chahta Hai Rang De Basanti Taare Zameen Par Ghajini 3 Idiots Dhoom 3 PK and Dangal “It is now 27 years that I have been acting and very early in my career I went through a phase that was a huge learning experience for me The level of input that I have been putting has been the same right through but I made mistakes So what I am today is not just the result of my successes but also because of my failures They taught me the most That’s why I have been able to build my career the way I have” Aamir told PTI in an interview over the phone from Malta where he will start shooting for his new film Thugs of Hindostan from June 5 Aamir is reteaming with his Dhoom 3 director Vijay Krishna Acharya and co-star Katrina Kaif for the Yash Raj project that also has his Dangal co-actor Fatima Sana Sheikh But it is working with megastar Amitabh Bachchan for the first time that he is most excited about “It is an exciting script and above all it is the first opportunity that I got to work with Mr Bachchan I have always been a huge fan It is really a great moment for me that I am finally getting to share the screen space with him” His film Dangal is doing exceptionally well in China after a golden run at the Indian box office The actor who is perhaps the most popular Indian face in the country is surprised with the way film has broken collection records there by earning Rs 1000 crore since its release on May 5 The actor says it is hard for him to understand why he has connected so well with the people there He first realised he had an audience in China when 3 Idiots did surprisingly good business at the box office “Why an actor connects to an audience is difficult to articulate It is a very intangible thing you cannot really pin it down But I would like to believe that it is my films and my good work that has connected me to the people whether it is India or anywhere else in the world” China has a successful homegrown film industry and has emerged as an influential player in the global entertainment market Hollywood has been wooing the country for a while now However it is only recently that Indian film industry has woken up to its potential through releases and collaboration deals Read Here |A Death In The Gunj actor Kalki Koechlin talks about Konkona Sen Sharma as a director and why she wants to work with Ranbir Kapooragain As a producer and director Aamir feels China has shown the way when it comes to taking the entertainment business forward and hopes the Indian government also promotes popular art and culture in a big way “The Chinese government has encouraged local cinema in a big way They have about 45000 screens whereas in India we barely have 8000 screens for all languages It is really something that we need to learn from them “The Indian government should do the best it can to promote popular art and culture It needs to be exported We need more theatres I think that will really help the Indian film industry” Aamir is also open to collaborations if an interesting story comes his way For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe first 50 runs Harmanpreet Kaur scored in her whirlwind unbeaten knock of 171 against Australia in the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup came off 64 balls The next came in 26 balls And then she outdid even that with her score racing from 100 to 150 in the next 17 balls For good measure the next eight balls she faced were carted for 21 runs It’s an innings that has got world cricket buzzing with some even calling it the ‘best ever’ The score fell just short of India’s best-ever score in the women’s game — a record which is held by Deepti Sharma (188 against Ireland earlier this year) Harmanpreet’s rate of scoring also reflected in her team’s fortunes India reached 50 in the 14th over before speeding to 100 in the next nine overs The next 50 runs came off just seven overs Incredibly India sped from 152/3 at the end of the 32nd over to 215/3 five overs later Here’s a statistical breakdown of how the 28-year-old went about her business to show highly-rated Australia the exit on Thursday: The heartbeat of India’s innings Create line charts Harmanpreet’s innings are also among the best by India’s cricketers at a World Cup She now has the fifth highest score after Kapil Dev Sourav Ganguly Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag in World Cups for India Talk about having an impact How Harmanpreet’s 171* stacks up against the rest of the world Create your own infographics Written by Express News Service | Published: March 29 2013 5:05 am Related News Vadodara:Police have arrested 17 people in connection with clashes that took place between two communities in Vadodaras Ekta Nagar locality late Wednesday night Police said though nobody was injured in the clashthey had to resort to lathicharge to bring the situation under control One more dies of swine flu in Jamnagar Rajkot:A 27-year-old man from Jamnagar city died of swine flu in G G Hospital early on Wednesday The victimMehboob Phulwalahad been admitted to the hospital on Sunday in critical condition Two youths drown in Sabarmati river Ahmedabad:Two youths drowned in Sabarmati river on Wednesday evening near Kotarpur areapolice said Both residents of Kubernagarhad gone to Kotarpur to take a bath For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: October 17 2013 2:27 am Related News Tenants residing in old and dilapidated buildings across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) could soon be eligible for perks if they opt to participate in a redevelopment project involving a bigger plot size To encourage cluster redevelopment and extend it to the MMRthe government has decided to allow bigger rehabilitation areas to tenants opting for larger plot redevelopment A senior state official said the plan is to offer at least 35 per cent additional area incentive to tenants for redevelopment projects above 4000 sq m The area incentive will increase with increase in plot sizethe official said While the cluster redevelopment model is applicable only to dilapidated cessed structures in the island city at presentChief Minister Prithviraj Chavan recently announced that suitable revisions would be introduced to the model to extend it to the entire MMR in the wake of building collapses in the suburbs and Thane region The government had this month announced similar incentives for old and dilapidated buildings in 56 MHADA colonies Sources said a government appointed study group had almost finalised norms in this regard A senior official said the government might also choose not to offer fresh FSI incentives to individual plot redevelopment in the suburbs to discourage this practice A senior official said the existing model offered overall perks in FSI but was silent on benefits to individual tenants The revised policy will seek to address the matter?the US invented casual dressing. 2013 3:52 am Related News Khalid Mohamed? Following the RTA?By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 5 now feel that if AAP wins civic polls, which would help boost the domestic bourses,co/5opXtw1zi8 — Kyle Bunch (@bunch) January 8.

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