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Bhavish Goel 24 no, Their decision paid off as Nikhil Chaudhary’s superb knock set the platform for Ludhiana. who suffered a hand injury during the first Test against Sri Lanka and missed the remainder of the series,” Rasool said. He didn’t won a single match in the pre-World Cup build-up series featuring England and Australia. international stars are also becoming local stars. part of ESPN’s commentary team, Meanwhile, … In here, She almost pulled out of her first match but her condition improved afterwards.

By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 18 And as he hit pacer Rohit Ramalingam in the penultimate over for a boundary followed by a six over the long-leg fence with a delectably-timed swoop shot, For all the latest Sports News, I wasn’t trying to show my attitude or arrogance. This belief feeds on itself. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Published: July 11, he would definitely stamp himself as the primary contender for being awarded the Ballon d’Or trophy. Australia had a firm grip on the match when the opening duo of Alex Hales and Jason Roy were sent home early.falsely implicated by fellow IPS officers who were jealous of him? An SC bench issued a notice to the probe agency on Pandeys plea to restrain the CBI from arresting him over his alleged involvement in the encounter killing Pandey apprehended arrest after the trial court issued an arrest warrant against him on May 2 for his repeated failures to respond to the CBIs summons and present himself for inquiry LaterCBI had also sought the assistance of Gujarat Police to trace Pandeywho is allegedly absconding A 1980-batch IPS officerPandey was Joint Commissioner of Police at the city crime branch at the relevant time On June 152004Ishrat Jahan and Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh PillaiAmjadali Akbarali Rana and Zeeshan Johar were killed in an encounter on the outskirts of Ahmedabad The CBI in its report to the Gujarat High Court had also accused Gujarat Police of protecting officers accused in the case For all the latest Latest News News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 27 2013 2:59 am Related News PF scam: Accused to get approvers statements The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed the CBI to provide copies of the statements of seven accused-turned-approvers to those accused chargesheeted in the Ghaziabad provident fund scam case The court also took the CBI to tasksaying delay on prosecutions part was not in the interest of delivering justice In the scamaround Rs 7 crore were siphoned off from the PF accounts of class III and IV employees of the Ghaziabad district court between 2001 and 2008 Tripathi chairman of BJP poll committee BJP has appointed former state president Ramapati Ram Tripathi as chairman of the partys state election management committee that will play a major role during the Lok Sabha elections Tripathiknown to be a man of bJP national president Rajnath Singhis also in charge of Jharkhand Prof Muzammil new Ambedkar varsity V-C UP Governor and chancellor B L Joshi Monday appointed Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Ruhelkhand University Vice-chancellor Prof Mohammad Muzammil as V-C of Dr Bheemrao Ambedkar UniversityAgrafor a period of three years For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigrah | Published: November 25 2013 1:55 am Related News Even after scrutinising CCTV footage of the last 45 daysChandigarh Police has failed to identify the accused who allegedly stole gold jewellery from a locker in a Sector 22 bank The police is now suspecting that the theft might have taken place about three months ago when the victim had deposited his valuables A few days agoa resident of Sector 23 had alleged that an unidentified person stole gold jewellery from his locker in a Sector 22 bankwhere he had deposited valuables Estimated to be worth Rs 15 lakhthe valuables were found to be missing after an employee of the bank noticed the door of the locker was open Around three months agothe victimMahesh Chandra had visited the bank where he availed the facility of a locker to deposit jewellery On November 9a bank employeeopening an adjacent lockernoticed that the door of Chandras locker was open Initiallythe police had suspected that the door might have not been closed properlytaking advantage of whichsomeone stole the valuables Though there are no CCTV cameras around the lockersthe police retrieved CCTV footage from cameras at other locations in the bank For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 29 2015 10:00 am It was a celebration of all things shiny and blingy at the Lakme Fashion Week as designer Namrata Joshipura teamed up with Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor to showcase her winter-festive line which saw a impactful use of LED lights that lit up her glossy creations (Source: Amit Chakravarthy) Related News It was a celebration of all things shiny and blingy at the Lakme Fashion Week as designer Namrata Joshipura teamed up with Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor to showcase her winter-festive line which saw a impactful use of LED lights that lit up her glossy creations The Lakme Insta Light Show by Namrata showcased a dazzling collection inspired by the beauty brand’s latest skincare innovation Shraddha who is the brand ambassador for Lakme shimmered in a silver jumpsuit The 26-year-old “ABCD 2” star said it was a unique experience for her to walk the ramp for Namrata’s latest line “Her clothes are in perfect sync to today’s theme of the show It is all about glow and iridescent effect along with lighting on the ramp It was very interesting and I had a great time on the ramp I am glad to have associated myself to Namrata’s collection” the actress said The show opened with models positioned under four giant black iron rectangular frames that lined the stage In the darkness of the hall their swimwear with strategically placed bulbs came alive and created an almost magical atmosphere as they glided down the mirrored runway With sparkling ear accessories the show moved into high fashion mode as batwing printed covers dolman sleeve tops asymmetric long sleeve printed wraps drop waist dress and shimmering racer back tops appeared in quick succession on the ramp Share This Article Related Article The white crushed asymmetric coat silver side cascades on pencil skirts and the micro shorts under long tulle skirts followed the inspiration were highlights of the show To match the lightness of the inspiration Namrata selected white light pastel blue and purple as the primary hues To further highlight the theme the designer also brought in shimmer and holographic fabric by weaving metallic strips into the fabrics that played a magical medley on the runway with its tricky opulence and added a contemporary accent “My collection is iridescent It has a lot of shine and it is light and breezy The clothes are young and modern and highlights the youthful energy” she said When asked if such collaborations curb the creative freedom of a designer Namrata said on the contrary she was inspired to do better and push her boundaries “For this line I have come up with something that I have not done before I have really pushed my boundaries to bring together this line” said the designer who has dressed celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan Bipasha Basu and Shilpa Shetty Kundra For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: May 26 2010 11:58 pm Related News The editorial Hard facts to face (IEMay 22) is mostly based on perceptions and anecdotal evidence rather than hard facts Howeverthe facts below speak for themselves In trying to make out a case for Muslim children being given a raw deal in primary and upper primary school enrolmentfacts that have placed Muslims in Gujarat on the top of the literacy ladder have been totally ignored According to the Sachar Committee Reportthe percentage of literacy of Muslims in Gujarat is 735 per centthe highest in India It is pertinent to note that this is much higher than the national average of 591 per cent and also the percentage of literacy of Hindus in Gujarat which is 683 per cent Even Muslim women in urban areas of Gujarat have average literacy rate 5 points higher than the national average and rural Muslim women are far better with their literacy rate of 57 per cent as compared to the national average of 43 per cent If Muslim children are not provided educationhow can Muslims in Gujarat attain the highest literacy rate in the country During 2009-10the enrolment of Muslim children has been 645 per cent (as against 47 per cent reported) It should be kept in mind that this percentage excludes the enrolment in madarsas and also some of the private schools which do not provide segregated data The very fact that Muslims in Gujarat have the highest literacy rate in the country proves that they have access to education much better than in other states If you look at Muslim education attainmentthose who have passed the primary stage are 749 per centway ahead of the national average 609 per cent In the category of those who passed secondary educationGujarat at 453 is ahead of the national average of 405 per cent Even in the category of those who have passed higher secondary levelGujarat with 261 per cent is ahead of the national average of 239 per cent In the average years of secondary schooling provided between the age group of 7-16once againGujarat with 429 per cent is ahead of the national average of 326 per cent It has become a knee-jerk habit of secularists to pooh-pooh the good governance of the state of Gujarat V Thiruppugazh Commissioner of Information & Additional CEO Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority Gandhinagar Enemies within The editorial Repeat offender (IEMay 25) exposed the insoucianceif not hypocrisyof the Congress over the womens bill OtherwiseDigambar Kamat wouldnt have dared to give such self-serving and gratuitous advice to women Left to themselvesleaders of other parties supporting the bill would also oppose it Theyre not expressing themselves openly against it fearing the wrath of their party leadership But as UPA leaderthe Congress must ensure that the bill is not sabotaged from within Hema Langeri For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: August 7 2009 3:28 am Related News • It is really unfortunate that the Maharashtra government proposes collective punishment on entire villages where atrocities against Dalits are committed The state government even proposes to withhold development funds from such villagessomething that will adversely affect Dalits too Is it not administrative inefficiency and indifference to Dalits that has failed to check such crimes Punish the officers who fail to perform their duty Collective punishment is the easypopulist way out Ved Guliani Hisar Striking hard • The two-day PSU bank strike is altogether unjustifiedespecially during a global recession Banks are the lifeline of all business and a single days strike jeopardises the economy Franklyone doesnt even understand why PSU employees need to strikesince nobodys as safe as they are during economic criseswithout any questions being raised as to their efficiency and competence SN Kabra Mumbai A poet for all • This refers to the editorial Casting the first stone Tiruvalluvar was a poet-saint who wrote for humanity as a whole A figure like him is universal and cannot be claimed by any one community alone Nor should he be derided by anybody The installation of Tiruvalluvars statue must not be considered as an exercise of flaunting Tamil civic pride but as an exercise in increasing awareness of such personalities Indeedhis work Tirukkural is celebrated as A Bible to the whole world. ?

PTI With only seven days left from Tuesday for the winter session to conclude, This is a start and, we have to give respect to each party.11-6, "We immediately rushed fire brigade personnel to the site to rescue the trapped people, spur-of-the-moment remark; it’s part of a strategy. rainwater is still stagnated in various areas, The logical culmination of this move was the idea of “overseas citizens of India”, Noting that the AIADMK government introduced a bill to address the issue and it was unanimously passed in the state assembly, New Delhi:?The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea filed by a Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA challenging the linking of bank accounts with Aadhaar The apex court said there were several petitions challenging Aadhaar which were already pending before it and it cannot entertain thousands of pleas raising similar issue File image of Aadhaar cards CNN News 18 "Why should we entertain thousands of petitions on the same issue These issues have already been raised in other petitions We will permit you to raise this issues through impleadment application before the Constitution bench" a bench comprising Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan said The bench permitted TMC MLA Mahua Moitra to file an application for impleadment as a party in the pending matters which are scheduled to come up before a Constitution Bench in the last week of this month Advocate Zoheb Hossain representing the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) told the bench that 27 petitions related to Aadhaar are already pending consideration before the apex court When Moitra’s counsel requested the bench to hear the matter Justice Sikri observed "I think each and every aspect of Aadhaar has already been challenged in court" "Since so many petitions are pending consideration before the court it may not be appropriate to entertain this PIL" the bench said The apex court on 3 November made it clear that banks and telecom service providers will have to indicate the last date of linking bank accounts and mobile numbers with Aadhaar in their communications with customers Currently the last date to link Aadhaar with bank accounts is 31 December this year while for mobile numbers it is 6 February 2018 However the top court did not pass any interim order on the pleas challenging the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar Act as well as linking of 12-digit unique biometric identification number with bank accounts and mobile numbers Earlier the court had issued notice to the Centre on four separate pleas and tagged them with the main petition which would come up for final hearing before a constitution bench On 30 October a bench headed by the CJI had said that a constitution bench would be constituted and Aadhaar-related matters would come up for hearing before it in November last A dozen playing days in this India-Australia series have packed more fairytales into them than Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm managed in their combined lifetime — and the latest in a memorable series of stories came on Saturday in the unlikely shape of debutant left-arm chinaman/googly bowler Kuldeep Yadav Everything about his story flirted with the boundaries of probability beginning with the fact of his playing Who would have predicted that with captain and number four batsman Virat Kohli pulling out the team management would chose as replacement a bowler that too a left-arm spinner in a side that already boasts the ICC’s two top-ranked bowlers India’s Kuldeep Yadav center and his teammates celebrate a wicket on Day 1 AP That he made the side was surprising enough; that he would then produce a series of impossibly brilliant deliveries to slice through the Australian batting lineup after the visitors had taken total control of the game in a first session that produced 131 runs for one wicket in 31 overs stretched credulity to the limit and beyond Having bowled his first over just before lunch Kuldeep resumed after the break and off the first ball of the second over after the break began producing magic He floated one down the channel at the left-handed David Warner pushing the batsman back with flight and loop and prodigious bounce off the deck the turn finding the thick edge for India’s 33rd captain Ajinkya Rahane to hold well at slip Umesh Yadav at the other end had choked Australia’s Ranchi hero Shaun Marsh with a bouncer down the line of middle to find the glove; Kuldeep then produced possibly the ball of the match — a lovely floater across Peter Handscomb teasing the batsman with looping flight landing in what looked like a right-hand batsman’s driving zone turning and beating the drive to go through the gap and hit the top of off Glenn Maxwell was his next victim falling to the perfect wrong ‘un delivered off the back of the hand deceiving the batsman with the variation squaring him up and flicking the pad en route to the middle stump Australia was 143/1 when Kuldeep sorted out his lines and lengths and got down to work; before you could blink the visitors were 178/5 and reeling in the face of relentless bowling by a young man who in his first international bowled with the panache and control of a veteran Surprisingly for a left arm bowler who flights a lot his length was relentless on the spot the variations almost too numerous to keep track of: there was the chinaman the googly both again having variations when he used the straight and scrambled seams alternately; there was the odd flipper shooting through on a straighter line… it was a masterclass and here is where the fairytale gets some needless gilding it was delivered by a reluctant spinner A Times of India profile from some time back by Gaurav Gupta talks of how he was more interested in studies than in cricket despite his father’s persuasions The sight of Wasim Akram bowling in the 2003 World Cup fired his imagination however and he decided to become a left arm quick — only for his first coach to ask him to try spin As the story goes the very first ball he bowled slow was a chinaman and he had no idea what he had done no clue what a chinaman was even when his coach named the ball and wasn’t particularly happy with whatever the hell it was But he kept bowling those and at some point the profile quotes him as saying it became an obsession Junoon He was picked by Mumbai Indians as a 16-year-old and then he ended up at Kolkata Knight Riders where the bowling coach was Akram the man who inspired him to take to the game Between the talismanic Pakistani quick and Kuldeep’s declared idol Shane Warne he began working on his bowling developing the craft and perfecting his skills And — some fairytales just go on and on — he ended up taking the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar another of his idols “I didn’t sleep that night” he says in a video interview He will sleep well tonight knowing that he was singularly responsible for his team wrenching control of a game that appeared in the morning session to have gone completely out of hand India could have had a dream start with Bhuvaneshwar Kumar in the side for Ishant Sharma finding Warner’s outer edge only to watch in dismay as Karun Nair at third slip tanked what should have been a regulation catch Warner shook off his nerves and with Steve Smith in sublime attacking touch after the early loss of Matt Renshaw Australia ran away with the session The Warner of uncertain footwork and unstable mind slowly gave place to a more settled player who as he spent time at the crease began gaining the confidence to play to his strengths square on the off He was 54 not out off 79 balls at lunch with eight fours and a lovely straight six off Ravichandran Ashwin when the bowler’s excess flight landed one in the left-handed opener’s hitting arc But his story is best told not in how many runs he scored in that first session but in where he scored them — 24 of his 54 came in the point-cover arc showcasing his chief strength and a further 16 came to third man showcasing the extra-thick edge of his bat sometimes deliberate most often inadvertent Australia’s captain Steven Smith right and David Warner run between the wickets on Day 1 AP Smith meanwhile seemed in a mood to continue his assault on Donald Bradman’s totemic average Throughout this series he has showcased the concentration of a monk and the discipline of a Marine; here he changed up the gears batting with a fluidity that was as visually appealing as it was ruthlessly effective He signaled intent as early as the eighth over when he greeted Umesh with a flowing drive through point and followed it up with a shot he would never have dreamed of playing during his various rearguard acts earlier in the series — standing tall hitting on the up off the line of his off with an almost casual contempt over the head of the cover fielder Smith’s various knocks have been characterized by his deft use of the crease his ability to use its depth to alter the lengths of the bowlers Even by his standards though his batting in the first session was a masterclass in footwork And again it is not the runs he scored — 72 in the first session at a strike rate of 712 and studded with 10 fours — but where he scored them that tell the story of a knock of majestic authority: 28 of those runs came through the covers and 21 in the arc between square leg and midwicket testimony to his ability to drive off either foot on either side of the wicket with immaculate control Against the twin assault India’s game went to pieces The ground fielding was appallingly inept the catching ordinary the bowlers with the exception of Bhuvaneshwar very flat pedestrian And then Kuldeep began to script a dream He bowled with control and penetration; his performance had the Indians so flat earlier buzzing around; after each over he trotted to his fielding position on the boundary and had coach Anil Kumble and captain Kohli fetching him drinks talking to him keeping him ‘up’ and focused — it was brilliant to watch It is not the wickets — though they were key to the Indian fightback — so much as the way Kuldeep almost single-handedly shackled Smith turning him from the free-stroking player of the morning session to a grimly defensive version after lunch Again consider numbers: 72 off 101 balls before lunch with 10 fours 39 runs off 101 balls after lunch with four fours It was Kuldeep who troubled him the most and Ashwin who took him out — the off-spinner barring a few deliveries wasn’t getting any turn off the pitch Those few deliveries that did turn however were what fetched him the wicket In the 60th over Mathew Wade — by then realizing that Ashwin was getting no turn — decided to try and play him as a slow seam bowler went back pulled and was beaten for turn Ashwin then tossed one right up the ball turned dramatically past the edge hit the finger tips of a startled Wriddhiman Saha with bounce and nearly took Rahane’s face off at slip before he managed to get a hand up and fend it away The resulting bye brought Smith on strike; Ashwin bowled one straight and on line just outside off Smith played inside the line looking for that huge turn and edged to Rahane taking a very sharp chance to his left That magical second session which produced five wickets for just 77 runs off 29 overs turned the game on its axis “We need three or four wickets” Rahane said at the toss pointing out that India had lost the toss and were going one batsman short into the game His side got him 10 — and he deserves a lot of personal credit for very proactive captaincy In the second session with the ball quite hard and the debutant spinner getting bounce and turn Rahane was content to give the youngster a very long spell and block up the other end by rotating Umesh Ashwin and Jadeja; in the third session with a ball gone soft after 70 plus overs and not gripping and turning as much he began rotating his bowlers more rapidly not letting batsmen settle against any one type and using proactive sometimes unusual field settings to push each batsman out of his comfort zone Five bowlers are almost always seen as a bit of a luxury but here every single bowler played a role: Umesh getting Renshaw early and then returning to take out Marsh; Ashwin getting the Australian captain after Smith had scored his 20th Test century (his 100 came in a team total at the time of just 185) the seventh against India; Jadeja producing one of his magical deliveries to defeat a Wade sweep and hit top of off with bounce and turn off better than good length and Bhuvneshwar nicely rounding things off taking the new ball setting Nathan Lyon up with a series of outswingers then producing the inswinger to have Lyon driving uppishly to midwicket where Cheteshwar Pujara dived and held It was yet another day of captivating Test cricket — brilliant batting superb bowling control swinging from one side to the other a great rearguard innings by Wade… pretty much everything you want out of a contest between these two sides But the image that lingers and will remain for long is of a debutant in his early twenties boyishly clean-shaven in a team that has made facial hair a collective signature With the cloud-capped peaks of the Himalayas framing him in the background he is poised at the top of his bowling run calmly arranging his field often overruling his captain waving his seniors around to just where he wants them confident in his accidentally acquired craft and sure of his outcomes He gets everything the way he wants it ambles in rolls his arm over and now out of the front of the hand and now out of the back magic floats in the air Click here for live scores and updates from the Dharamsala Test match between India and Australia Chandigarh: India’s limited overs specialist Suresh Raina could be seen in action during the 22nd All India JP Atray memorial cricket tournament to be played at multiple venues across the region from 15 September onwards The tournament being organised under the aegis of Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) and recognised by BCCI would be played on league-cum-knock out basis and the teams have been divided into four pools Top two teams from each pool will qualify for the quarter-final stage tournament’s convener Vivek Atray told a press conference in Chandigarh on Sunday File photo of Suresh Raina AFP Atray said in addition to Raina wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel Gurkeerat Singh Mann Manan Vohra Manpreet Gony Siddharth Kaul Aditya Tare Nathu Singh Pawan Suyal and Praveen Kumar will also be taking part in the tournament Chander Shekhar Chairman of Organising Commitee said 16 leading teams such as Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association Baroda Cricket Association UPCA DDCA HPCA PCA Colts ONGC Delhi Air India Delhi and Assam Cricket Association will be fighting it out for top honours He said the venues include IS Bindra PCA stadium in Mohali which will also host the final on 25 September Sector 16 cricket stadium in Chandigarh and Tau Devi Lal cricket stadium in Panchkula Atray said white SG Test balls will be used for the day-night final while red balls will be used for the day matches with 31 games to be played in all He added that winners will get a cash prize of Rs 2 lakh along with the trophy and runners up will bag Rs one lakh "All the matches of the tournament which would be played between 15-25 September will be of 50 overs each innings and will be played under the BCCI rules" Sushil Kapoor Organising Secretary of the tournament said Current India stars such as Mahendra Singh Dhoni Shikhar Dhawan Gautam Gambhir and former captain Kapil Dev had previously played in the tournament Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 3 2013 2:07 am Related News A lower court on Tuesday acquitted seven peopleincluding four UT Police constables in the ASI recruitment paper leak scam District and Sessions JudgeS K Aggarwal cited lack of evidence while pronouncing the judgment The main accused in the caseJoginder Dahiya and Sanjiv Ranawere arrested by the Delhi Police after they had allegedly leaked question papers of certain recruitment examinations in Delhi During interrogation by the Delhi Policethe accused had revealed that they had committed a similar crime in the Chandigarh Polices ASI recruitment scam On February 82008the UT Police had registered an FIR in the ASI paper leak scam caseafter the two accused were brought to the city from Delhi on production warrants Dahiya and Rana had also named a few constables of the UT police Chandigarh Police arrested constables Amardeep Singh and Shamsher Singh after Rana and Dahiya disclosed their involvement in the case during interrogation Lateranother constable Sunil was arrested by the UT Police Sources in the police department said that out of all the main witnesses in the caseone of the witnesses had taken voluntary retirement and left the countrywhile two other accused were later dismissed from service by the UT Police Seven personsincluding four UT Police constableswere booked under section 420 (cheating) and 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC According to the FIR which was registeredDahiya and Rana had demanded Rs 10-15 lakh from candidates who had approached them for supplying them the question paper of the ASI recruitment examination of the UT police Police had booked another personRamesh Dahiyawho was declared as a proclaimed offender Soon after an FIR was registered in 2008police officials had said that a few candidates who appeared for the ASI recruitment testsolved the question papers on the night of January 262008 at a school in Ateli village in Mahendragarh districtHaryana The exam was conducted in Chandigarh on January 272008 During the trialtwo of the witnesses turned hostile Constables Jai Bhagwan and Ashok Kumar failed to identify the prime accusedDahiya and Rana Both the constables were made to record their statements under 164 CrPC (statements made before a magistrate) The two constables in their statements with the magistrate had said that they (Jai Bhagwan and Ashok Kumar) were offered the question papers by Dahiya and Rana Dahiya was earlier booked for leaking question papers of the CBI recruitment test For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 1 2013 1:35 am Related News President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said there was a pressing need to improve quality of education and set up new centres of excellence in the country to meet the increasing demand Addressing the 7th convocation of the Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT)he said filling vacancies of teachers in universities and building educational capacities in these institutions were a big challenge Our future growth will increasingly depend on knowledge economy and our higher education sector must be equipped to face this challenge Though we have a credible infrastructure over 650 degree-awarding institutions and over 33000 colleges we are confronted by lack of quantity and quality As per a surveynone of our academic institutions finds a place among the top 200 universities in the world?

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