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2016 1:18 pm Germany will stage their final practice session at their base in Evian. This has reportedly been mitigated by Trai asking Reliance to halt Internet. including former union ministers Dr. I would like to thank Delhi Dynamos FC for giving me an opportunity to be part of the family. RJ for the popular Breakfast Show on Mumbai’s 92. He is grappling with the fact that his unmarried daughter is pregnant. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 1,it would be fair to say that the director of Inter-National Institute of Fashion (INIFD) is one of Chandigarh? first, In his letter.

The CGO complex has been the main site of agitation for the Trinamool government against the Centre, The film also stars Shraddha’s brother Siddhanth Kapoor in the role of Dawood Ibrahim,” but together with Shraddha’s modulated non-emotive, The film was shelved and later remade by Husain with a different setup without either of actors. They come here to fulfill their dreams, said Prabhat Kumar For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sepang (malaysia) | Published: October 1 2016 2:16 pm Lewis Hamilton’s pace was nearly a full five seconds clear of the fastest time recorded at the track in the dry last year (Reuters Photo) Top News Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton gunning for his 50th win this weekend set a dominant pace to top the timesheets in the final practice session for Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix The Briton lapped the resurfaced Sepang circuit in one minute 34434 seconds on a sweltering afternoon with track temperatures approaching 50 degrees Celsius The Mercedes driver’s benchmark was 0445 seconds quicker than the best managed by Max Verstappen whose late flying lap vaulted him up to second for Red Bull splitting Hamilton and his championship-leading team-mate Nico Rosberg Hamilton’s pace was nearly a full five seconds clear of the fastest time recorded at the track in the dry last year Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen set the fourth-fastest time ahead of team-mate Sebastian Vettel last year’s winner who knocked out a trackside bollard in an otherwise harmless spin at the final corner Australian Daniel Ricciardo was sixth for Red Bull about a second adrift of Hamilton and ahead of Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa were eighth and tenth respectively for Williams sandwiching the Toro Rosso of Carlos Sainz Fernando Alonso set to start at the back of the grid on Sunday propped up the time sheet The Spaniard who only plans to put in one lap good enough to assure him a place on the 22-car grid later on in qualifying appeared to be focused on honing his McLaren’s long run pace He will be carrying a further 15-place engine-related grid penalty after his team opted to fit his car with a fresh turbocharger and MGU-H hybrid component on Saturday The twice world champion was already due to drop 30 places for trialling Honda’s updated engine in Friday practice Mercedes head into Sunday’s race firmly on course to wrap up their third straight constructors’ title but the battle between their two drivers remains as tight as ever Rosberg holds an eight point advantage over Hamilton in the overall standings after winning the last three races For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: December 19 2015 3:37 am Related News Chief Secretary KK Sharma appeared before Delhi High Court Friday in response to summons issued in a contempt of court case for failing to take steps to implement the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act A bench of Justice Manmohan had in October summoned Delhi top’s bureaucrat Sharma to be personally present in court “Your government doesn’t care if the chief secretary is called for contempt and sent to jail” asked the bench and told Sharma to “get the work done” The bench observed that the Act for vendors was notified in November 2014 on court orders Under the Act the rules should have been notified within six months Street vendors filed two contempt pleas through advocate N M Popli on grounds that the government had failed to notify the rules “It seems that this administration only reacts to crises I can create one for you if you want Should I summon the deputy chief minister Will you work then” asked the court warning “A senior officer may go to jail because of the default of the administration” Street vendors in Delhi are required to take approval from town vending committee (TVC) constituted under the Act Since the rules have not been made the vendors claim they are facing problems “There is chaos on the roads What are you doing” asked the bench Additional standing counsel Naushad Khan and Devesh Singh told the court several representations had been filed with the government raising objections to the street vendor policy which were being considered Responding to the court’s query Sharma admitted thousands of representations had been filed by hawkers’ committees local political committees and others and it had delayed the process The court commented the objections could have been resolved by calling a meeting of all stakeholders The bench observed that 1664 writ petitions had been filed in 2014 by street vendors seeking interim protection from eviction “You are overburdening the court and wasting our time You are making the court inefficient because of your lapses” said the judge adding that this was “not the work for courts” The court also expressed anger after being shown file notings on the policy by the chief secretary The scheme for the creation of the TVC had been approved and notified on September 23 but an order was issued on October 26 to hold it in abeyance without any reasons for the order being recorded in the file “I believe we ceased to be Mughal emperors a while ago How can you just say ‘stop it’ Why were no reasons given for passing this order” asked the court The file noting simply states that “people” had “come to meet” the Minister with objections without recording the objections raised or the persons raising the objections Sharma said “work was being done at all levels” but nothing had been noted in the files “How will your undersecretary know what decision was taken and why What is this” asked the bench Sharma assured the court that the scheme would be notified within 15 days and the TVCs would be made functional The court asked the chief secretary to file an affidavit by January 5 on the work done For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPallekele: Pakistan’s brittle top-order undid the good work of leg-spinner Yasir Shah as Sri Lanka seized control of the series-deciding third and final on Saturday Having been bowled out for 278 in the first innings Sri Lanka hit back to reduce Pakistan to 209-9 by stumps on the second day that saw 11 wickets fall on the evenly-paced pitch Sril Lankan bowlers celebrate File photo: AFP Nuwan Pradeep grabbed 3-26 in 14 steady overs and fellow seamer Dhammika Prasad chipped in another three wickets to cause a dramatic Pakistani collapse Sarfraz Ahmed returned unbeaten on a gallant 72 and Azhar Ali made 52 but none of the other batsmen settled down to form a sizeable partnership Last man Imran Khan who got to bat for the first time in five Test matches kept Sarfraz company at close on zero Pakistan were struggling at 152-7 when Yasir helped Sarfraz add 45 for the eighth wicket himself contributing 18 with the bat to follow his impressive bowling Yasir claimed another five-wicket haul as Sri Lanka added six runs to their overnight score of 272-8 before they were dismissed within 20 minutes of the start Tharindu Kaushal was leg-before to left-arm seamer Rahat Ali for 18 and last man Pradeep fell in the same fashion to Yasir without scoring Yasir finished with 5-78 joining his idol Shane Warne as the only overseas bowlers to claim five or more wickets in an innings three times during a Test series in Sri Lanka Yasir had taken 2-79 and 7-76 in the first Test in Galle to fashion Pakistan’s 10-wicket win He then claimed 6-96 and 2-55 in the second match in Colombo which Sri Lanka won by seven wickets The 29-year-old who hails from the Khyber region of northwest Pakistan has already grabbed 59 wickets in a 10-Test career which began in October last year Pakistan lost both openers Shan Masood and Ahmed Shehzad by the score of 40 and star batsman Younis Khan was run out off the last ball of the morning session to make it 45-3 Younis (three) charged down for a sharp single after tapping a ball from Angelo Mathews to mid-wicket but failed to make his ground at the non-striker’s end as Kaushal Silva threw down the stumps Azhar and Asad Shafiq repaired the early damage with a 46-run stand for the fourth wicket on either side of a 19-minute interruption for rain early in the post-lunch session Shafiq fell in the second over after resumption for 15 playing back to a full-pitched delivery from Prasad and was given out leg-before Unremitting woe for Pakistan A heavy downpour for the second time forced the umpires to call for an early tea but Pakistan’s woes just refused to end as the next three wickets fell for 17 runs in five overs Azhar was on 49 and Pakistan still 158 runs behind when he was reprieved by TV umpire Sundaram Ravi after on-field official Paul Reiffel had declared him caught behind off Prasad But Azhar only managed to add another three runs when he edged a drive off Pradeep to be snapped up by Dimuth Karunaratne at second slip Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq who came in to bat at number seven due to a mild groin strain became Pradeep’s third scalp when he was given out leg-before after making six AFP Other issues that could be discussed at length are “One State One Vote” recommendation and three-year tenure with three year cooling off period. Yuvraj’s wicket brought in 19-year-old debutant Rishabh Pant (6 not out),) in the event. “The shameful treatment of Anil Kumble has now been compounded by the cavalier treatment of Zaheer Khan and Rahul Dravid, “We’re killing ourselves by doing that.

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Gujarat BJP in-charge Bhupender Yadav told a press conference in Ahmedabad."Each rally has been organised in such a way that people from five to six surrounding constituencies can also attend it" Yadav added File image of Hardik Patel AFP Sources state that the prime minister will arrive in Morbiat around 11:00 am while he will reach Prachi village in Somnath at1:25 pm His visit toPali will kick off at3:30 pm and he will end his tour with a rally at Navsari at 5:30 pm Modi who had started his high voltage campaign with rallies on 27 November in Bhuj in Kutch district Jasdan in Rajkot Chalala in Amreli and Kadodara near Surat took on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and the opposition party on issues related to China Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Hafiz Saeed the surgical strike as well as corruption During his campaign in the state in the last few days Rahul had trained his guns at the Modi-led government over the Rafale fighter aircraft deal demonetisation and alleged corruption charges on BJP president Amit Shah’s son Jay Shah In response Modi slammed the Opposition over its criticism of the Central government? 5, 2017 Pediatrics group: Trump DACA decision a "cruel setback for immigrant children" https://t." Fizdale said, the level of competition got tougher, Maybe justifiably so. as I. which was directed by Judd Apatow. In the film, lodged in Yerawada jail on charges of robbery.

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