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a lot of preparatory work was being done, 2012 2:38 am Top News Three months after Arun Kumar Tikku,28, No forseeable return. "Since the time I remember,The investigation has not been carried out properly on the source of contraband,said Chaturvedis lawyer Rizwan Merchant Giving the facts of the case in his applicationChaturvedi further stressed on the 14 days he spent in police custody and several days he was in judicial custody before he was released on bail The police are still clueless on how the three vials of cocaine landed in the guest bathroom of his Lokhandwala bungalowChaturvedi pointed out ChaturvediProvogues deputy managing directorwas arrested under the NDPS Act in 2005 He was later acquitted of all charges His application will be heard on TuesdayMerchant added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 3 2012 5:34 am Related News Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has written to the states MPsseeking their cooperation to get maximum funds from the Centre for the states development In his letterthe CM has specifically mentioned the states requirement for infrastructure development According to a press release issued by the Information and Public Relations DepartmentAkhilesh Yadav has stated in his letter that Uttar Pradesh used to be a leading state in the country in view of its development in the past Howeverthe state now lags behind in the race for development He has attached a copy of the letter which he had recently written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singhseeking assistance for the development of UP He has informed the MPs that he had urged the Centre to provide adequate funds for various development projectsbesides request for some policy decisions In his letter to the PMAkhilesh had given priority to departments like AgriculturePowerInfrastructure DevelopmentSocial WelfareRural Development and Tourism He reminded the MPs that they have a great role in the development of the state and they could help the state by prompting the Centre to take decisions on the matters he has highlighted in his letter to the PM For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: July 12 2012 5:29 am Related News Wards of officers and an MLAgovernment employeescontractorslecturers and other influential people are occupying rooms in Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar PG Hostel in Hazratganjwhich is meant for poor Dalit students coming from families whose annual income does not exceed Rs 1 lakh Situated at Hazratganjthe Ambedkar PG Hostel was set up to provide accommodation facility to the poor Dalit students of engineering and medical courses till PhD level The accommodation is provided for six years to a student Due to its strategic location and subsidised rates of Rs 100 per month for furnished roomsthe hostel has become the first choice for wards of rich people Hostel Superintendent B D Vermawho is an official from the Social Welfare Departmentadmits that rich people are enjoying the hostel facility but says he is helpless to stop it Who will remove them If you are so persistent then at the most I can issue a notice which has no value? Parvathamma and Rajkumar were married when they were 13 on 25 June 1953. the filmmakers would be able to recover their investment through ticket sales.

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took a sabbatical to join Infosys in 2013 as executive assistant to his father, has crafted an image makeover strategy for Amarinder, He intended to kill Anuj there and return to Mumbai, said an officer from Oshiwara police station According to Oshiwara police sourcesPalande called up Tikku in February and told him that Anuj had two paying guests at home and had been spending lavishly on them Palande also informed Tikku that the two men wanted the flat and had been brainwashing Anujsaid the sources On April 6a few days after Tikku had come to the cityPalande told Anuj he was taking him to a casino in Goa and took him to a farmhouse in Chiplun Meanwhilearrested accused Dhananjay Shinde and Manoj Gajkosh allegedly went to the Lokhandwala apartment and murdered Tikku They were forced to flee before disposing of the body as a witnesswho saw something amiss at the flathad called the police For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDeep into my day in office an e-mail dropped into my inbox It contained an invite for a boat ride This wasn’t for a routine endeavour into the Arabian Sea from the Gateway of India The particulars in the mail told me this was a bit different Sensing that it could churn out something interesting I accepted the invite I was given a slot a few days later and I reached Pilot Bunder the venue for the ride as per the time allocated to me It was somewhere in Navy Nagar at a place I never knew existed in the city The P1 Panther boat as it’s called lay in waiting for my colleague who had accompanied to film the ride and me As we embarked the stylish boat the only thing I knew about it was that it was going to be used in some race on Marine Drive in March So I expected it to be fast but didn’t feel it involved any great risk The Nexa P1 Panther off the Marine Drive during practice Excited for the new experience I readied my phone camera to record it I had previously ridden in a motor boat driven a jet ski and it had been quite thrilling and I wanted to capture this one Our driver set the powerboatin motion we ventured away from the shore and he stepped on the accelerator I got jerked back into the seat and almost lost the grip of my phone The video had gone for a toss the shore seemed far away and within a minute we were in deep waters deep The breeze was fierce and was threatening to blow my colleague off the boat While he was still trying his best to capture the video as a part of his duty I had long put my phone back into my pocket as there was no chance I was going to risk losing it My hands firmly grasped the handles provided in the boat as it took a sharp turn after another without slowing down at all That’s when I realised the validity of the instruction in the mail that I chose not to pay heed to to come for this ride with a half-empty stomach Fortunately it didn’t come back to haunt me as we came back to the shore unscathed While it was an enthralling experience my head was buzzing for quite sometime after the ride Then I overheard someone saying that we rode nowhere close to the boat’s top speed and I realised that the powerboat was here for serious sport and not glitzy entertainment *** Nexa P1 Powerboat Indian Grand Prix of the seas The name itself carries some weight and could draw people’s attention but when the magnificent powerboats zip past the coast at Marine Drive it would certainly make people take notice Cool breeze stellar view of the Queen’s Necklace grand promenade the Marine Drive makes for a lovely hangout spot So a thrilling live sport to go with all of that would just elevate the atmosphere The sport of powerboating exists in its traditional form in certain pockets of the world but its appearance in Mumbai from 3-5 March would not just mark the beginning of a new avatar but also set a new structure for the sport At some venues big boats are used to race while elsewhere smaller boats perform acrobatics on water That’s the form in which powerboating has existed over the years The new avatar is primed to give the sport a structured shape and global uniformity The latest format is similar to Formula One where there is a defined race track with a pit lap The main race comprises of a set number of laps Like F1 there are rounds of qualifying races to determine the seeding for the final race The specially designed P1 Panther boat a 28-foot powerboat powered by a 250 HP engine that reaches a maximum speed of 120 km/hr on water an equivalent of 240 km/hr on land would be used during the race These boats have an ability to race in just six feet of water and hence the Grand Prix can take place as close as ten metres from the shoreline The Baleno RS Booster Jets Panther boat "Sport is one of the most simple thought processes in the world It comprises of passion and connect touch and feel So if someone can feel the noise of the boats and the spray of the water he will be automatically connected with the sport P1 Global has produced a boat which can race in six feet of water and cruise in just three" Anil Singh the Managing Director of Procam International who launched this sport in India told Firstpost The first Grand Prix will be contested between six teams each comprising of four members The powerboat will be manned by a pilot and a navigator and every team will have a pair of each as their crew CS Santosh a cross-country motor-cycle racer and Gaurav Gill a car race driver competing in the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship are the two Indian names in the mix Both are categorised as drivers and have been training for this event for the past six months As of now there are no Indian navigators in any teams Every team will use the P1 Panther powerboat and hence there will be no difference in the racing vehicles putting every team on an equal footing at the beginning"Sport should be equal It should allow all teams to start on an equal grid So having all boats of the exact specification was very important to us" Singh added All the pilots and navigators of the NEXA P1 Powerbaot Event 2017 2017 will see just once race take place but the number is set to rise to four in 2018 with two races scheduled to take place in India while two more will happen internationally By 2019 the World Championship series hailed as the Grand Prix of the Seas will have seven races in a season with three of those happening in three different cities in India In addition to the World Championship there will be a continental championship followed by national and regional championships Every season three World Championship teams will be drop down to the continental championship while three new teams will get promoted The same process will be followed from the continental level to the national level and from the national to the regional level Some national and regional championship in the new avatar already exist in some parts of the world P1 Global will now have their hands full on spreading and strengthening the sport at these levels all across the world in the years to come The race on Sunday will be the maiden one in the top tier and Singh stated that the topmost tier will attract the most attention in the next couple of years "By 2022 we plan to have 12 races worldwide including five in India to complete the World Championship series In 2021 there are plans to hold a World Cup where different nations will compete for global supremacy But that’s for later as of now we are just focusing on the World Championship series" Singh told Firstpost India has a big role to play if the sport prospers as per plan in the coming years and Singh pointed at the country’s vast water resource as a reason to opt for India as a place to kick start the formal version of the sport "India has over 7500 km of shoreline about 15000 kilometres of navigable inland waters But we hardly use this marine resource Our initial goal by launching P1 Powerboat racing here is to make Indians use this resource and get them involved in the marine ecology We are of course not ready with the last line but we will see how this goes" Singh added Procam International that has been known to successfully build and grow sporting events like the Mumbai Marathon in the past will look to replicate another success story here "My brother Vivek told me that Mumbai Marathon was a leap of faith We didn’t have it in India but they happened elsewhere in the world in London in New York etc But powerboating is a leap into darkness there is absolutely nothing like this anywhere in the world and it’s a fact" shared Singh with a bit of a laughter As of now powerboating is indeed a leap into darkness not just for the organisers but also for the audiences Those gathering at the Marine Drive on Sunday will assemble to experience a new sensation that’s preparing to hit the Indian shores more than the sport just the way I accepted the invite for the ride in the P1 Panther boat looking for an interesting story Whether powerboat racing has what it takes to transform into a global sport we will know in years to come the start of which will happen from Friday in Mumbai Venezuela’s Maduro seeks to capitalize on Trump’s military threat | Reuters World Reuters Aug 14 2017 22:02:13 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 14 2017 22:02 PM | Updated Date: Aug 14 2017 22:02 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See London: The far-right anti-immigration UK Independence Party is set to announce a ban on burqas in public places in its manifesto pledge for the 8 June general election As part of a so-called "integration agenda" to be unveiled on Monday party leader Paul Nuttall will also vow to outlaw Sharia law to prevent any Sharia courts operating in Britain The party wants to put Britain in line with France Belgium and Bulgaria where the burqa — which covers the entire body including the face – is outlawed according to The Sun newspaper Representational image: AFP Nuttall believes garments such as the burqa are a barrier to social harmony and a security risk Under their plans people with evidence of female genital mutilation will be bound by law to inform police UKIP will also call for postal voting to be abolished for most citizens amid fears it is being used for electoral fraud The sweeping measures have been drawn up by the party’s deputy leader and culture spokesperson Peter Whittle Whittle said: "We are the party that speaks up about the threat we face from Islamism from without and within at a time when the established parties are mute either from fear denial or sheer cowardice" The new pledges come as the party faces an existential crisis of explaining to voters why it remains relevant after Britain voted to leave the EU last year – the very purpose it was created for The party’s support has dropped from close to 13 per cent in the 2015 general election to around 7 percent according to recent polls It has also been dogged by a string of public showdowns between prominent figures and high profile resignations including its only MP in the House of Commons Douglas Carswell New Delhi:Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu continued to reach new heights as she became the second Indian woman to break into the top 5 in the latest BWF World Rankings File photo of PV Sindhu AFP Sindhu who clinched the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold title last month achieved a career-best ranking of World No 5 and is currently the best-placed Indian in the chart The 21-year-old from Hyderabad has 69399 points in her kitty while London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal is the only other Indian woman in the top 10 at ninth position Sindhu had the best year of her career last season when she clinched the silver medal at the Rio Olympics She also grabbed her maiden Super Series title by winning the China Open and then reached the finals at Hong Kong Super Series to qualify for the prestigious BWF World Super Series Final in Dubai In men’s singles Ajay Jayaram is the best-placed Indian at World No 18 while K Srikanth and HS Prannoy are at the 21st and 23rd spots respectively Men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy is ranked at the 24th place while the duo of N Sikki Reddy and Pranaav Jerry Chopra is at the 14th spot Written by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: November 14 2016 3:39 am Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Top News Thousands of new homes could come up on Maharashtra’s green belts with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis incentivising development of townships on these parcels Watch What Else is Making News Under the revised norms for integrated townships cleared by Fadnavis developers will now be permitted to exploit anywhere between 3-36 times the existing building rights on green belts depending on the size of the township The green belts have so far been characterised by restricted construction activity Maharashtra permits developers to set up townships on a composite plot of 40 hectares or more Under the prevalent norms a floor space index (FSI) of built-up area to total plot area of 17 is permitted for townships in residential or urbanised zones whereas the FSI on green belts is restricted to 06 But the revised norms have done away with this distinction Depending on the size of the township the new norms allow developers to build up to 22 times the plot size in any zone The government has justified the move contending that the revision was “needed to meet the growing housing demand” On the proposal’s file the Fadnavis-led urban development department has also argued that “increasing construction rights on green belts contained in a township would lessen the demand for diversion of more agricultural lands for construction purposes” It was also clarified that the townships won’t be permitted on land designated as notified forests water bodies tribal lands national parks defence estates cantonment lands and eco-sensitive belts While the chief minister has approved the revised norms senior officials said these would be notified and become applicable after the ongoing model code of conduct for the local body polls is lifted The revised norms are also applicable to existing township projects where the “occupation certificate is yet to be granted” According to official statistics about 31 out of 33 township projects approved have came up on green belts None of these has been granted occupation certificate so far while 17 have gone into construction Statistics show that the Pune region has the highest number of approved projects (20) followed by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region-Konkan belt (8) and Nagpur (5) The revised norms state that a township developer is entitled to a basic FSI of 1 For townships on green belts no development zones agricultural zones lands marked as afforestation zones or hill slopes a developer will have to pay an additional premium of 10-20 per cent of the ready reckoner for zone conversion to residential use Besides this depending on the township’s size a developer is entitled to a further additional FSI of 07 to 1 by paying another 10 per cent premium on ready reckoner rates The state has also retained the existing provision of providing another 02 FSI to developers for meeting the obligation of building homes for economically weaker and low-income segments on 20 per cent of the buildable space The urban development department had brought out a draft notification for the revised norms on June 7 this year While this draft had suggested a 20 per cent premium for the additional FSI component the CM has eased this to 10 per cent following suggestions and objections from the public Another point to be relaxed was the proposed condition that the means of access to the township must be at least 24 metres wide This has now been relaxed to 18 metres on par with existing norms The government meanwhile has capped the extent of afforestation zones or hill slope areas to 40 per cent of the township’s total area while ruling that “no construction shall be permitted on hill tops and hill slope zones having slope equal to or more than 1:5” The government has also mandated developers to build a network of dedicated bicycle tracks intelligent transport management systems and pedestrian pathways in these townships Taking a leaf from the ‘Smart Cities’ model it has also demanded Wifi connectivity 24*7 water supply and green buildings among other things in the townships The existing condition requiring developers to set aside 20 per cent built-up space for economic activity has been retained in a bid to promote the walk-to-work concept The developers will have to build a township within ten years of obtaining building permissions They would have to maintain it till a new municipal council takes over the responsibility Earlier in May 2015 Maharashtra had eased construction rights for industrial development on farmlands Later it came out with a similar incentive for development of restaurants malls hotels and other wayside amenities along the state and national highways Also eased were the norms for converting up to 25 hectares of green zones into residential zones Some leading developers including those considered close to the current regime have taken up township projects near Mumbai and Pune The government has argued that townships promoted planned development For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Surat | Published: October 14 2016 8:06 pm Tripura bowler Rana Dutta and teammates celebrate wicket of Services Soumik Chatterjee (Source: PTI) Top News Jammu and Kashmir put themselves in the driver’s seat by setting Goa an improbable 412 to win on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match at the Lalabhai Contractor Stadium on Friday Starting at an overnight score of 43 for 5 Goa’s first innings folded for 77 with Samiullah Beigh (1/26) Ram Dayal (4/15) and Umar Nazir (3/10) being the wicket takers Jammu and Kashmir then quickly amassed 261 in 613 overs riding on half-centuries by Ian Dev Singh (64) Puneet Bist (87) and a 57-ball 48 by opener SP Khajuria (48) to set Goa a victory target of 412 Chasing the target Goa were 22-0 in 10 overs still needing 390 runs with 10 wickets remaining and two days to go For Goa Amit Yadav (3/70) and AG Pandrekar (3/39) were the top wicket-takers while SS Bandekar (2/33) and SB Jakati (1/70) and DW Misal (1/21) were the other contributors Earlier Gao lost their sixth wicket when Bandekar was dismissed by Beigh In the next over Amit Yadavwas caught by Khajuria of Dayal’s bowling SB Jakati (3) and SS Dubhashi (15) then batted for seven overs before the former was sent packing by Nazir and after three balls Pandrekar too was removed Dubhashi was the last man dismissed in the 31st over by Dayal J&K also didn’t have a good start in their second innings as opener Adil Reshi was trapped infront of wicket by Bandekar in the 3rd over Khajuria and Singh then added 55 runs when the opener was caught by Misal of Amit’s bowling as they slipped to 68-2 in 152 overs Bandeep Singh (6) was the next to go when he was caught by Kamat of Pandrekar Parvez Rasool too didn’t stay long as he was dismissed for naught by Pandrekar with Dubhashi managing a stumping Skipper Mithun Manhas (12) was adjudged LBW by Amit just after J&K had crossed the 100-mark Singh and Bisht then added 81 runs before the the former was removed by Bandekar In the next over R Dayal also perished as J&K slumped to 187-7 in 463 overs Bisht took J&K across the 200-mark but lost Beigh (3) in the 52nd over He also ensured J&K reach 250 when he ended by giving a catch to Alemao off Jakati Nazir was the last man to be dismissed Brief Score: Jammu & Kashmir 1st innings: 227 Goa 1st innings: 77 (SA Asnodkar 18; R Dayal 4/15) Jammu & Kashmir 2nd innings: 261 (P Bist 87; A Pandrekar 3/39) Goa 2nd innings: 22/0 in 10 overs Jalaj Saxena fiver gives Kerala edge over HP Off-spinner Jalaj Saxena grabbed five wickets for 53 runs to give Kerala a slight edge over Himachal Pradesh on the second day of their Group C Ranji Trophy clash on Friday Kerala resumed their first innings at 163 for 4 but were all out for 248 with Sachin Baby top-scoring with an agonisingly slow 61 which came from 209 balls None of the other Kerala batsmen could contribute with substantial scores Saxena then led the Kerala bowling charge to restrict Himachal to 198 for 8 at stumps Himachal now trail by 50 runs with two first innings wickets in hand Opener Prashant Chopra was the main contribute for Himachal with a 79-ball 60 while none of his colleagues could make a substantial contribution Brief Scores: Kerala: 248 all out in 1071 overs (Sachin Baby 61; Rishi Dhawan 4/66) Himachal Pradesh: 198 for 8 in 56 overs (Prashant Chopra 60; Jalaj Saxena 5/53) Haryana reach 236-4 against Hyderabad in Ranji Trophy Nitin Saini (61) and Shubham Rohilla (60) blasted twin half centuries to power Haryana to 236 for 4 against Hyderabad on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match at Keenan Stadium on Friday Riding on a superlative batting display by its top-order Haryana grabbed a lead of 45 runs with six wickets still remaining in their first innings At the draw of stumps Chaitanya Bishnoi (47) and Rohit Sharma (7) were at the crease In reply to Hyderabad’s first innings total of 191 Haryana produced a superb 126-run opening partnership to lay the foundation for a big score Saini hit six boundaries in his 158-ball innings while Rohilla blasted 10 fours in his 130-ball stay Mohammed Siraj broke the partnership in the 44th over when he trapped Rohilla for an LBW and then in the 55th over Hassan had cleaned up Saini as Haryana were reduced to 138-2 Himanshu Rana (22) and Bishnoi then added 35 runs before the former was dismissed by Hassan Rajat Paliwal (18) and Bishnoi then took Haryana across the 200-mark before the former was removed by Siraj Brief Score: Hyderabad 1st innings: 191 Haryana 1st innings: 236-4 in 95 overs (N Saini 61; M Siraj 2/37) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pramod Gaikwad | New Delhi | Published: February 23 2016 9:55 pm After creating buzz with their photoshoot for the film both Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon took to Instagram to share their first look from the movie Related News Bollywood actors Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon who will be romancing each other in Dinesh Vijan’s Raabta have started prepping for their roles in the film Both the actors are learning horse riding for their role Also read:Sushant Singh Rajput Kriti Sanon starrer ‘Raabta’ goes onfloor After creating buzz with their photoshoot for the film both Sushant and Kriti took to Instagram to share their first look from the movie Kriti Sanon who is very excited to share screen space with the Kai Po Che actor had said that they have a spark in their chemistry Also read:Varun Sharma to play ‘fun loving character’ in Sushant Singh Rajput-Kriti Sanonstarrer The Dilwale actress will also be sporting a short hairdo in the movie and is feeling very happy to have shortened hair after a long time Sushant Singh Rajput is simultaneously shooting for Neeraj Pandey’s MS Dhoni – The Untold Story where he will be stepping into the shoes of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: July 22 2010 2:34 am Related News Little Sneha was smiling She had just received a Barbie doll She had danced wellthe judges had been mind-blown by her performance Her parents were watching with benevolent smiles Then all smiles stopped: the anchor told the story of her older sisters tragic death and Sneha began to cryher parents lowered their heads More followed: Sneha was voted off the show Its enough to make anyone weepincluding the viewer A few days later on the same showChak Dhoom Dhoom (Colors)a young boy was doing just that: weeping his little heart out because he had been eliminated from the contest Flipping channelswe encountered yet another child in tears: on either Boogie Woogie (Sony) or Dance India Dance (Zee)a kid was injured during a performance and was inconsolable apart from being in serious pain Its tough just being a kidmust we reduce them to tears merely for the viewing pleasure of millions who have nothing better to do than to watch and even enjoy watching them cry What kind of enjoyment is there in seeing children perform badly Sadistic These talent shows involving children are popular; they encourage children to display their undoubted talents; we are astonished and delighted by their proficiency So a hearty congratulation to channels for providing children with such opportunities Howeveris it worth the tears and the tumbles and the trauma of being publicly reproached for a poor performance by the judgeswho only minutes before had bestowed superlative compliments on them: Brilliant Mind-blowing Superb? Think of what it must be like for SnehaBarbie doll in one hand and Superb?the exam paper and the rules had already been set. “For small and mid-sized OLED, he must have been tired after yesterday’s long match. “One drink a day might be too much for a woman who has a genetic pre-disposition to cirrhosis of the liver, over her email practices as secretary of state, “Surely there will be a huge party if Aizawl wins, secretary of Mizoram Football Association.

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