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This year’s jury consists of a team of five academics and language experts, with some names being nominated multiple times. Ankita wrote to Sushant,s father Sughar Singh Yadav, LA24 submitted its budget to the accounting firm KPMG for evaluation.

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More than 50 people found themselves trapped as entry and exit to the bank is restricted by an automatic access card system.who was helping one of the litigants said,People are coming and asking about traffic challan inquiriesasking about the magistrates of a particular police station and directions to a particular court. They claimed that he pulled off a similar ? The commandant has reportedly acceded to the request. has been putting up a brave front preferring to focus on her professional assignments in the public eye. Dipika — who always maintained that she would be a part of the show till it ended — finally bid adieu to the show.Sasural Simar Ka: Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar replaces Dipika Kakar as Simar It seems like the season of exits in the television industry.are marinated for 24 hours, says Mayuri Kapasiowner and proprietor of Mad House Grill The Steak Dianeone of the prime offerings at Mad Houseis stuffed with parsley and sauteed in mustard sauce and is the most popular beefsteak For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Brussels | Published: June 3 2017 10:27 pm Vincent Kompany was only 17 when he debuted for the national team (Source: Reuters) Top News Vincent Kompany says the prospect of Belgium qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Russia proved motivation in his “darkest moments” as he returns to his national team after an almost two year absence The Manchester City defender is set to play for his country against the Czech Republic in a warm-up friendly in Brussels on Monday and then against Estonia on Friday as the Belgians seek to consolidate their lead in qualifying Group H “In my darkest moments it was my biggest motivation” he told reporters as the squad prepared for the two internationals If I don’t get to the World Cup I’m not suddenly going to burst into tears but it was important for me to look ahead to the tournament and keep myself sharp “It is not yet sure but the chances are good that next season is my last with the national team So my hope is to experience a tremendous World Cup in 2018” The 31-year-old who was only 17 when he debuted for the national team has been unable to play for Belgium since October 2015 because of a string of injuries “I understand that people have been concerned and doubted whether I would come back but honestly-speaking it never bothered me” he said “I know my level If I can train with top players then I know I can also play with them in matches I’ve always been full of self confidence” Despite being regarded as one of the best defenders in the world Kompany felt the injuries meant he had to persuade Pep Guardiola that could fit into the Manchester City boss’s plans in his first season in charge at the club “I think the game against Chelsea (in April) was decisive It was my first game in a long time” he said “I hadn’t played at all not even a friendly game and in a matter of speaking I went from zero to 100 But he saw there that he could rely on me and since it has gone a lot smoother” Belgium have a two point lead at the top of Group H and are strongly fancied to win an automatic ticket to Russia after a quarter-final place at last year’s European Championship For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Published: August 14 2011 12:21 am Related News So India that is Bharatin its current incarnation as a modern nation stateturns 64 tomorrow An unhappy age for most human beings on account of declining faculties and an unhappy time for our seculardemocratic republic The gloomiest Independence Day I can remember is August 151975 The Emergency had just been declaredpolitical tensions and press censorship were at their height and Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family had just been massacred in Dhaka The crowd that gathered to hear Mrs Gandhi speak at the Red Fort was small and sullen and barely responded when she asked them to yell Jai Hind after her She looked frightened and nervous It was a historical moment so gloomy that it left a lasting imprint on my mind Indias 64th birthday is not infused with quite so much melodrama but there is no point in pretending that it is a happy event Sonia Gandhi is in a foreign hospital being treated for a mysterious illness Soif we were suffering from leadership by stealth before she leftthe situation has now got worse The Prime Ministers position has been diminished further because all sorts of meanings are being read into her decision to hand over charge of the Congress Party to her son and a committee of three If things are bad in governmentthey are worse in the ranks of the Opposition All that the Bharatiya Janata Partys senior leaders seem able to do these days is stall Parliament on a daily basis thereby proving that Anna Hazare and his team are right when they usurp the right to make laws The truth is we do not need a Lokpal He will be able to do no more than add another layer of bureaucracy to the huge infrastructure of underemployed officials we already have No Lokpal can end corruption as long as we do not make the reforms that would reduce the powers of politicians and bureaucrats Butgovernment is happy to go along with the Lokpal plan because it diverts attention from its failures of governance These are so grave that normally reticent businessmen are discussing them openly on television They point out that nothing is happening on the economic reforms front and that by stopping major projects in which huge investments have been madethe wrong signals have gone out to prospective investors The same criticism has been levied by the Prime Ministers economic advisory committee From a personal viewpointI would like to add that the neglect of reforms in the social sector are now beyond shameful It is not just the aam aadmi who needs better schools and hospitalsit is our vasturban middle class that needs them as desperately In a city like Mumbaiwhich boasts of better healthcare than mostthose who cannot afford private hospitals wait months for urgent surgery As for getting children into good schools and collegesit is such a difficult task that it leads to despair and nervous breakdowns Instead of helping create better facilitiesthe government continues to operate a licence raj So on Indias 64th birthdaywe have the largest population of young people in the world but since we are unable to give them basic healthcareeducation or skills trainingthey could become a burden instead of being our greatest asset I could go on and on but I am sure that by nowI have infected your morning with sufficient gloomso let me end on a hopeful note Please do not think that our problems are insurmountable Far from it Butto surmount themwe need political will and a leader in Delhi who has both power and accountability At the momentnobody is sure either who is at the helm of the Government of India or who to hold accountable for the absence of decisions If it is the Prime Minister who is still in chargethen we need to see and hear him more often and not just on Independence Day He is the man credited with giving us the economic reforms that so transformed India but please remember that these reforms were brought in by stealth What he now appears to be doing is giving us leadership by stealth and this is quite simply not possible The reason why political leaders are called leaders is because they are elected to lead countries They do not have the right once they accept public office to hide in back rooms and shy away from the responsibilities of public discourse When this happensyou get Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdevboth of whom have given more television interviews than the Prime MinisterSonia Gandhi or Rahul They have stepped into a leadership vacuum that could be our most serious problem as India reaches an unhappy 64 Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 27 2015 12:58 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Monday issued notice to the state government on petitions moved by three core members of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti seeking to quash an FIR against them for alleged sedition and “waging war against the State” The Samiti convener Hardik Patel is also one of the six Patidar leaders named in the FIR lodged by the Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) Ahmedabad Later in the day Hardik moved a separate petition for quashing of the FIR Hardik and the other three petitioners — Chirag Patel Dinesh Bhambhaniya and Ketan Patel — are currently in police custody The single bench of Justice J B Pardiwala issued notice to the state government and kept the matter for hearing on October 29 The petitioners have contended that there is no case made out against them and that they have been wrongly arrested Hardik also moved a petition for quashing of the FIR lodged by the DCB based on purported transcripts of phone call records in which the accused are talking about “burning Gujarat in an hour” and planning disturbance in the state For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 12 2016 2:39 am St Stephen’s College Principal Valson Thampu Related News St Stephen’s College Principal Valson Thampu formally introduced John Varghese a professor at Hyderabad’s English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU) who has been selected the new principal to students and teachers in the morning assembly Thursday Varghese will take over from Thampu who retires on February 29 Introducing him to the audience Thampu said “Professor Varghese this is only a small beginning and I wish you all the best” Thampu had announced the selection of the new principal through a post on his Facebook page Wednesday stating Varghese had been selected as the 13th principal and would take charge on March 1 Varghese who taught English at St Stephen’s College for a brief period in the 90s was selected “unanimously” after the Supreme Council interviewed three candidates Share This Article Related Article The others interviewed were St Stephen’s English Professor Karen Gabriel and Susan Varghese from St John’s College Agra Varghese is a professor in the Communication department of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies in EFLU and an alumnus of Loyola College Chennai Samson Thomas his colleague from EFLU said over phone “He was an efficient colleague who was very good at his work and a thorough professional” Talking to The Indian Express Thampu described Varghese as a man of peace “He has a doctorate in English literature with a specialisation in the works of Thomas Hardy He is a man of peace unlike me Just a while ago I was talking to the vice chancellor of EFLU and was told he has great experience of administrative work I believe he was the Public Relations officer there” said Thampu adding that Varghese belonged to the Syrian Orthodox Church Besides Varghese five others had applied for the position “… Of them only three met requirements None of them is alumnus of the college” said Thampu Varghese did not respond to calls and texts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Arthur was pictured with his head in his hands after one of the many,Madrid on Saturday.

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