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Allowances at very liberal rates are also given in the form of transport subsidy, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 7, and is the perfect choice when her team needs to take pace off the ball and slow the game down. up from four on Monday and 12 earlier on Tuesday. dairy products and other animal-derived substances. For all the latest Ludhiana News, The black market bill, 2013 2:34 am Related News When those who should do it don? SGS India Private Limited,com/PP2EkkXwtD — Priya Gupta (@priyagupta999) August 20.

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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 23 2013 2:16 am Related News The Ghaziabad sessions court on Saturday rejected the Talwars plea seeking time to file a petition challenging its order to allow seven of 13 defence witnesses to depose The Talwars had sought 10 days to prepare the petitionwhich was to be filed before the Allahabad High Court Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar are standing trial for the murder of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj on May 15-162008 The court observed that the application filed by the defence was mainly to delay the trial and ordered that cross-examination of witnesses will continue on Monday Talwars counsel Manoj Sisodia said? download Indian Express App More Top NewsFormer Australia captain Ian Chappell feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni is overstaying his time as India’s limited over skipper and it is having debilitating effect on the Indian team. And another wayward game from Nishikori handed Nadal the break he needed to seal the set 6-4.Ranatunga said and added,“I cannot reveal everything now but one day I will There must be an inquiry” Ranatunga also said that players could not hide the “dirt” if they had done something wrong In an interview with Cricbuzz Ranatunga also commented on the decline of Sri Lankan cricket and said “In my career when I reached a stage where I could take up responsibility people like Duleep (Mendis) and Roy (Dias) dropped down the batting order and gave Aravinda (De Silva) and myself the opportunity to bat higher up the order” “That made life much easier for us Then we did the same when guys like Sanga (Kumar Sangakkara) and Mahela (Jayawardene) came along But unfortunately that tradition wasn’t followed Sanga always batted at number three and Mahela always batted at number four” Meanwhile Ranatunga’s spokesman Thamira Manju confirmed to the AFP that he was writing to President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe complaining about the state of cricket in the country For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: Rail passengers will continue to enjoy service charge exemption on tickets booked online till March 2018 Representational image AP The government had waived service charges after demonetisation in November last year to encourage digital modes of booking The facility had been extended to 30 June and then 30 September Service charges on booking train tickets online through IRCTC ranges from Rs 20 to 40 per ticket In a 29 September missive to the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) the ticketing agency of the railways the railway board directed that the benefits be extended till March next year Senior railway officials say that almost 33 percent of the IRCTC revenue comes from the service charge collected on online bookings As per the revenue collection of the last financial year about Rs 540 crore of IRCTC’s revenue of over Rs 1500 crore came from ticket bookings An amount of around Rs 184 crore has not been realised from passengers on account of service charge and service tax thereon on reserved tickets booked online from 23 November 2016 to 28 February 2017 according to railways data By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 16 2016 3:30 am Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin (File) Top News FROM coordinating with the National Security Guard (NSG) team for security arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is likely to attend the Coldplay concert this weekend to ensuring there are no traffic pile-ups the Mumbai Police are gearing up for the much-hyped event on Saturday “Our men will be stationed along the circumference of the venue There will be a team at the nearby BKC police station monitoring live feed from CCTV cameras They will be in constant touch with police officers at the venue alerting them about any suspicious elements” said a senior police officer in charge of security “While several dignitaries including the prime minister are expected at the venue they have their own security cordon comprising mostly of NSG commandos So our primary job will be to secure the area” he added Apart from the NSG local police and CCTV cameras there will be door-frame metal detectors at all the entrances leading up to the venue “There will be traffic diversions which will be announced in a day or two” said the officer Besides the police want people coming to the event to use public transport instead of own vehicles The officer said “Though the function is on a Saturday nearly 40 per cent offices are still open in the business district We have already had a meeting with top officials from several major offices located there We have requested them to ensure their employees use as less parking space as possible so that there is enough space for the guests” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Updated: July 14 2017 3:49 pm War For The Planet Of The Apes movie review: The attempts of the leader of the apes Caesar (Serkis) to appeal to the good sense of all have failed Top News War For The Planet Of The Apes movie cast: Andy Serkis Woody Harrelson Steve Zahn Karin Konoval Amiah Miller War For The Planet Of The Apes movie director: Matt Reeves War For The Planet Of The Apes star rating: 25 stars The war has been building up in this reboot franchise and to one inexorable end In this third — and clearly by far the last — film there are no greys and blacks anymore There is one and only one beast and it isn’t the one living in the jungle First director Rupert Wyatt and then Reeves in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes had a great run getting us here Especially the second film where this battle like all great battles had morality and venality pathos and valour and above all regrets War for the Planet of the Apes is a solemn sincere attempt but it never soars to the level of a war never happens on the stage of a planet and never gets us rooting for the largely hapless apes It is an impressive film technologically astounding and it is a hardworking film with the camera striving to capture every puff of the nostril of its apes (motion-capture performance at its finest) But that doesn’t necessarily make it a particularly great film We left the story last time with the humans and apes ranged against each other The attempts of the leader of the apes Caesar (Serkis) to appeal to the good sense of all have failed Caesar was a hero in the grandest tradition in Dawn… honourable brave and tragic War… begins with the apes forced deep into the woods and being hunted down by the humans led by a Colonel whose reputation precedes him literally We hear just his voice at first egging his men on to find the legendary Caesar In the film’s most menacing scene the Colonel (Harrelson) soon himself descends during the course of a night and kills Caesar’s family Caesar who has so far strived to put emotions like revenge and anger at bay now makes it a personal battle with Colonel putting the lives of the apes at risk So far we can keep in step with the many allegories Reeves is tossing around here including the wars humans wage on people they dub “beasts” the hunt through dense confusing forests for an undefined “enemy” and who is to be called a “savage” While some of those comparisons flowed naturally in Dawn… Reeves literally spells them out here Even revenge is an emotion one understands However as the film goes on it just keeps adding more references to no apparent avail The Colonel is a shaven-head half-mad rogue autonomous authority functioning in the middle of the jungle (yes Apocalypse Now) He keeps the apes in concentration camp-like conditions talks about having sacrificed his son about killing many men for fear of a plague and of having achieved purity in the process (Bible Hitler the list goes on) In case we don’t get it a sign in one of the tunnels spells it out ‘Ape-Pocalypse Now’ The apes are branded with A as well as the alpha sign — these are everywhere — as well as the word donkey The humans also refer to them always as ‘Donkey’ Why not just monkey No one asks that question Meanwhile Casear’s gang including the wise Maurice (Konoval) picks up an orphaned mute girl (Miller) and a scared ‘zoo ape’ (Zahn) as it tries to find the Colonel They are the only two people who stand out from the crowd in the film without adding anything to the story in any comprehensive manner The War… also doesn’t build up to any grand climax Just when there seems the possibility of one it opts for an end that can’t even revel in its own doom as surely there is more ahead For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Paromita Chakrabarti | Published: January 26 2015 12:38 am Pakistani writer Bilal Tanweer on the changing role of the writer importance of knowing regional languages and why the personal is political Related News At Jesus and Mary College Chanakyapuri where a reading of works and discussion between Shamsur Rahman Faruqi Romesh Gunesekera and Bilal Tanweer authors shortlisted for the DSC Prize 2015 has just gotten over Tanweer is the most sought after Girls queue up for selfies with the 31-year-old from Pakistan while a bunch of others press in for autographs Professors wait in the background indulgently waiting to have a word with the writer of The Scatter Here is Too Great that won him the Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2014 The role of the author has changed in recent times and Tanweer also a faculty at the Lahore University of Management Studies where he teaches a course in creative writing readily acknowledges it “Writing is no longer the solitary enterprise that it used to be People want to know your opinion on everything there are so many more festivals to appear at book launches to be seen in It’s become a profession now I don’t like it but there’s no denying that I benefit from it” he says Tanweer writes in English a language that he thinks is key in turning the author into a public figure by becoming the cultural anchor of most urban societies in South Asia “Our previous generations knew Urdu Sindhi Punjabi some Farsi or Arabic but now the younger generation is increasingly becoming mono-lingual It’s great to have so much fanfare around English-speaking authors but it marginalises regional languages without which one does not get a window into other lives other cultures” he says His own literary world was nourished by Urdu literature and continues to be an integral part of it even though he considers English as his language of performance The two come together in his role as a translator “My work as a writer informs my work as a translator When you translate you are trying to create resonance with the original but still bring a newness in the target language It’s a challenge I enjoy particularly since such wonderful things have been done to English by writers like (Salman) Rushdie” says Tanweer who is in the process of finishing his translation of Muhammad Khalid Akhtar’s Chakiwara Chronicles a humorous Urdu novel set in Karachi of the ’50s Karachi is also at the heart of his debut novel of inter-connected stories in which an unnamed flaneur trawls through the city looking to forget his father’s memories even as a bomb-blast ripples through it and leaves it bleeding and festering Tanweer’s portrayal of Karachi is intimate and touched by a fair bit of nostalgia “It’s difficult to hate a place where you have spent the largest part of your life There’s something fantastically liberating about Karachi yet something fantastically broken and dysfunctional and for better or for worse it’s my idea of home” he says Yet Tanweer finds it difficult to ignore the politics of the land or to lend it a touch of redemption in his writings “I’m not in the publicity business and I don’t want to look at what the world thinks of us For me the key word is the lived experience How should one confront a state complicit in so many things that are going wrong with the country How does terror in a school affect me What is my own reality People in South Asia live with violence in the background We always think of it as something that happens to other people How do I as a writer react to it when it happens to someone like me” says Tanweer who had been a student activist during his days in New York’s Columbia University even organising rallies to protest the imposition of Emergency in Pakistan in 2007 by General Pervez Musharraf For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington | Updated: March 3 2014 5:55 pm Top News Women are able to carry higher levels of genetic defects without getting brain development disorders such as autism a new study has found The study provides compelling evidence in support of the “female protective model” which proposes that women require more extreme genetic mutations than do males to push them over the diagnostic threshold for neurodevelopmental disorders researchers said “This is the first study that convincingly demonstrates a difference at the molecular level between boys and girls referred to the clinic for a developmental disability”said study author Sebastien Jacquemont of the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland “The study suggests that there is a different level of robustness in brain development and females seem to have a clear advantage” Jacquemont said Jacquemont teamed up with Evan Eichler of the University of Washington School of Medicine to analyse DNA samples and sequencing data set of one cohort consisting of nearly 16000 individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders Some of these people had autism spectrum disorders but they were not separated from the rest ‘ABC Science’ reported The defects researchers were looking for were large ‘copy number variants’ (CNVs) – sections of chromosomes carrying perhaps a dozen genes which are either missing or present as multiple copies Surprisingly the females in the sample had more CNVs than the males Although both sexes in the study had neurodevelopmental disorders the females were carrying a bigger ‘burden’ of genetic damage Eichler said this fits with females somehow being better protected from the effects of the CNVs The team then focused on autism alone using a separate group of 762 families with autism spectrum disorders The females in this group carried an even greater burden of CNVs These women were also more likely to carry tiny harmful mutations affecting just a couple of base pairs in the DNA than the men in the group “Overall females function a lot better than males with a similar mutation affecting brain development” Jacquemont said “Our findings may lead to the development of more sensitive gender-specific approaches for the diagnostic screening of neurodevelopmental disorders” he said The study was published in The American Journal of Human Genetics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 6 2017 12:31 am South Africa have ordered a green top for the test after a lifeless pitch in Potchefstroom in the first match (Source: File) Related News A lengthy injury list in the bowling department poses a conundrum for South Africa as they decide on the line-up for the second test against Bangladesh starting on Friday captain Faf du Plessis said Morne Morkel is the latest victim ruled out for six weeks by a side strain suffered in the 333-run first test victory in Potchefstroom He joins Chris Morris Vernon Philander and Dale Steyn on the sidelines “We’re very unlucky in that we have four bowlers injured at the same time; we’ve never faced with a scenario like this From a selection point of view you want to make sure the venom in your bowling attack is still the same” Du Plessis told a news conference on Thursday “With Morne KG (Kagiso Rabada) Dale and Vernon there is an expectation of what you are going to get if you don’t have those guys you are not always sure” Rabada 22 will probably open with Duanne Olivier and Wayne Parnell Andile Phehlukwayo or uncapped Dane Paterson called up as Morkel’s replacement will compete for the other two seamer slots “It’s important for us to look at how we can best balance the side but still have a strong bowling attack With big players missing especially against teams like Bangladesh it’s important to see what your resources are” Du Plessis said South Africa have ordered a green top for the test after a lifeless pitch in Potchefstroom in the first match “There is more grass on the wicket and I think it hasn’t been rolled as flat as it was in Potch So there should be more pace and bounce” the captain added “We want another dominant performance If we are honest with ourselves in conditions like this it is important that we do that against Bangladesh Yes on their day they can be dangerous but we need to keep pressure on them and restrict opportunities in the game where they can get on top of us” Du Plessis added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 16 2017 4:56 pm Ravindra Jadeja picked up seven wickets in the match (Source: Reuters) Related News Ravindra Jadeja’s all-round show spurred Saurashtra to its second Ranji Trophy win this season After slamming a double century with the bat in the first innings Jadeja snared three wickets in Jammu and Kashmir’s second innings to help his side win the Group B match in Rajkot on Monday Earlier Saurashtra captain Cheteshwar Pujara won the toss and opted to bat first After failing to get off to a good start it was the duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Sheldon Jackson who came together to arrest the fall of wickets Along with Sheldon Jackson Jadeja compiled a stand of 281 runs for the fourth wicket which propelled Saurashtra to a massive first innings score of 624/7 (declared) While Jackson played a sublime knock of 181 on Sunday Ravindra Jadeja slammed a whirlwind knock of 201 in which he faced 313 deliveries and hit 23 boundaries and two maximums In reply Jammu and Kashmir could only manage 156 in their first innings as Jadeja scalped four wickets After being enforced with the follow-on J&K once again succumbed for 256 as VM Jivrajani picked up six wickets while Jadeja scalped three more to take his match tally to 7 wickets Prior to this Saurashtra had won their first match of the competition to grab seven points and with this win they sit pretty at the top of the points table in group B For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | San Francisco | Published: October 18 2017 3:24 pm After Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced plans to act more aggressively on violence and sexual abuse the micro-blogging website has now detailed new rules it will implement soon (File Photo) Related News After Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced plans to act more aggressively on violence and sexual abuse the micro-blogging website has now detailed new rules it will implement soon In an internal email which was obtained by Wiredcom Twitter’s head of safety policy has emailed members of its Trust and Safety Council on new rules to promote free speech and curb violence and sexual harassment “We hope our approach and upcoming changes as well as our collaboration with the Trust and Safety Council show how seriously we are rethinking our rules and how quickly we’re moving to update our policies and how we enforce them” Twitter said on Wednesday “We will immediately and permanently suspend any account we identify as the original poster/source of non-consensual nudity and/or if a user makes it clear they are intentionally posting said content to harass their target” the email read “If the account appears to be dedicated to posting non-consensual nudity then we will suspend the entire account immediately” it added On hate symbols and imagery it said: “We are still defining the exact scope of what will be covered by this policy At a high level hateful imagery hate symbols etc will now be considered sensitive media (similar to how we handle and enforce adult content and graphic violence)” On violent groups Twitter said it will take enforcement action against organisations that use or have historically used violence as a means to advance their cause “Consistent interpretation and enforcement of our rules is our objective We also need to remove the burden of reporting from those who are targeted We’ve prioritised the work” Dorsey said in a tweet For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News Gaa Yukta Shivar (desilt dams.

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