It is the highest contributor to national GDP and 15 per cent of industrial output. the police had written to BMC seeking clarification on whether the penalties can be collected after registering an FIR. The Uttar Pradesh Tennis Association (UPTA) is quite confident about getting an ITF tournament allotted from AITA (All India Tennis Association) for December.physical capability of the players and finishing the tournaments on time.they will face dire consequences. who had previously won the world title in 2006, not an ?

Barfi? “The civic administration has got staff from various government departments, “The doctor was seriously amiss in treating the patient.” he said. The actor, “The confidence they have gained since that last innings and that momentum will definitely help carry them on into this Test, it was cut to 15 months,state Tourism Minister Saurabh Patel had said that tourists?54 per cent tourists visited the state for business while 39 per cent came for religious purposes, 2009 3:01 am Related News The Right to Education Bill 2008 is before the Lok Sabha.

is the Convenor of the Disabled Rights Group.out and tries to play it over Ashwin’s head.around the wicket to get Smith to edge one to slips where Rahane accepts the catch 1400 hrs IST:?constructed under the corporate social responsibility (CSR) of Ambuja Cements Limited, irreverential journalists.Vijay Raj Monian, ? face Italy in a mouth-watering quarter-final showdown in Bordeaux on Saturday. he is flying back tomorrow from Bengaluru, Naushad Shaikh 97; J Syed Mohammad 2/63).

Later, 2016 12:01 pm Imran Tahir’s behaviour was deemed “contrary to the spirit of the game”. (Express Photo) Top News In a setback to the Chandigarh electricity department, One obvious problem today is that the Communist Party needs economic prosperity more than nationalism to stay in power. 2012 1:34 am Related News On Tuesday afternoon, Reuters Army officials said 58 military stations have already been identified as part of the pilot project to implement the ambitious initiative. On Article 370,one of the basic requirements,Its consequences led to a taint of the entire system of modern enterprise. Economists used to believe that we had to hold our noses and put up with high inequality as the price of robust growth But more recent research suggests the opposite: inequality not only stinksbut also damages economies In his important new bookThe Darwin EconomyRobert H Frank of Cornell University cites a study showing that among 65 industrial nationsthe more unequal ones experience slower growth on average Likewiseindividual countries grow more rapidly in periods when incomes are more equaland slow down when incomes are skewed Thats certainly true of the United States We enjoyed considerable equality from the 1940s through the 1970sand growth was strong Since then inequality has surgedand growth has slowed One reason may be that inequality is linked to financial distress and financial crises There is mounting evidence that inequality leads to bankruptcies and to financial panics I dont know whether the Occupy Wall Street movement will survive once Zuccotti Park fills with snow and the novelty wears off But I do hope that the protesters have lofted the issue of inequality onto our national agenda to stay and to grapple with in the 2012 election year For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: July 8 2015 1:03 pm Paul Stanley a member of hard rock band KISS slammed Kim Kardashian over her recent Rolling Stone cover Related News Paul Stanley a member of hard rock band KISS slammed Kim Kardashian over her recent Rolling Stone cover The rocker took to Twitter to Twitter to criticise the 34-year-old pregnant reality TV star “#KimKardashian on the COVER of @RollingStone Took us 40 years Enough said” Share This Article Related Article The comment was accompanied by a snap of the magazine’s cover Stanley is not the only one who feels unhappy with Kim being featured in the magazine’s recent issue Kim’s brother Rob Kardashian reportedly got mad after learning of Kim’s comment about him on the magazine’s cover story For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: January 15 2017 2:19 pm Jo Konta comes into the Australian Open after demolishing Agnieszka Radwanska in Sydney (Source: AP) Top News Johanna Konta did her best to downplay expectations on Sunday but there was no quieting the chatter around Melbourne Park that for the first time in decades Britain has a genuine contender for the Australian Open women’s crown Having been born and raised until her early teens in Sydney has clearly helped the 25-year-old to a higher profile in a host nation desperate for local success even by proxy but there are good reasons why the ninth seed is attracting such attention A surprise run to the semi-finals at last year’s tournament was followed by a season where Konta won her maiden title at Stanford and moved into the top 10 for the first time just missing out on a spot at the season-ending WTA Finals The chatter reached fever pitch last Friday however when Konta simply demolished world number three Agnieszka Radwanska in the city of her birth to claim her second tour title Konta’s huge improvement over the last year has come on the back of intensive work on the mental side of her game so it was no surprise that she was not buying into talk of grand slam titles on Sunday “I’m definitely very pleased with the level I played” she said of the Sydney International final “But we all know that it’s not a given It doesn’t decide how you will do in the next event I’m taking it as a positive from the week itself but I’m looking to again work hard here and really try to do the best that I can here” Virginia Wade was the last Briton to win the Australian Open back in 1972 and her 1977 Wimbledon triumph remains the last in a grand slam by a British woman TRICKY OPENER “It’s always been my dream to be at the top of the game” Konta added when asked about whether she could keep her career on an upward trajectory “As a possibility of course But I think there’s a lot of work to be done between reality and dreams I think there’s work to be done there” The work starts again on Tuesday in a first round tie against Kirsten Flipkens who beat Konta in their one previous meeting and reached the Wimbledon semi-finals in 2013 “I’m looking forward to the challenge the opportunity to play her again She’s a great player” Konta said “She’s been around the tour for a long time That’s by no accident” Konta split with coach Esteban Carril last December soon after her sports psychologist Juan Coto a friend of the Spaniard died suddenly at the age of 47 Belgian Wim Fissette a former mentor of grand slam champion Kim Clijsters has taken up the coaching reins and Konta was pleased with how the relationship was going “I guess we’re doing well together” she laughed “I think he’s a very calm individual but he’s also quite funny So far we’re having a good time” Having a good time is clearly important to a player like Konta who struggled to deal with the pressures of the game before she embarked on her meteoric rise “I am extremely grateful and really am enjoying what I do” she said “I really love playing I love learning I just try to make the most out of every single day and therefore really just maximise the career that I have” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: March 28 2016 7:10 am Related News You have been with the State Legal Services Authority for the past three years How has the journey been It’s been a learning experience While working with the State Legal Services Authority (SLSA) I learnt about the problems of the underprivileged people who are unable to approach the courts of law As these people are from the lower strata of the society their level of awareness is very low While dealing with these underprivileged people for three years now it has become easier for me to understand their problems Share This Article Related Article The member secretary of State Legal Services Authority Lal Chand at his office in Chandigarh Express photo: Sahil Walia Can you share some of your experiences Everyday has been a new day We have new experiences everyday We provide various types of legal services One of them is permanent lok adalats while we also provide counselling to needy people at a pre-litigation stage We also provide counselling to reunite couples in divorce cases We have achieved success in many divorce cases and have prevented several couples from separating In one of the cases I vividly remember the sons of a family were not taking care of their old parents There were a lot of misunderstandings among all the members of the family I suggested the daughter-in-law to celebrate the birthday of her father-in-law with the whole family and the grandchild In the next counselling session the grandchild was on his granddad’s lap They thanked me for solving their family dispute How would you define services rendered by SLSA In a short and crisp manner we can define the services provided by us as a way of bridging the gap between the funds available with the government and authorities concerned and the layman The central and state governments have initiated numerous schemes to uplift tho people belonging to the low economic classes However owing to lack of awareness and literacy the underprivileged people are not aware about the schemes Hence we act as a bridge to provide them the required information Can you elaborate on it Among our various schemes we have started para-legal clinics at various colonies like Indira Colony and Hallomajra At present there are 10 such clinics being run by us in different parts of the city As a part of this exercise we provide free legal aid to those belonging to schedule castes and tribes so that they can get justice in courts What do you have to say about the slum colonies in and around the city We all live in the upscale areas of the city But when I visited one such colony Indira Colony I was shocked to see the poor living conditions of the people there In the outskirts of the city there are 30 colonies or villages and they have converted into slums In Indira Colony alone there are 500 jhuggis that accommodate a population of 5000 people As a part of our legal services we adopted this colony After conducting a survey we realised that no child from this colony was going to schools Most of the children were rag-pickers The children who had joined school left within a year We started an open school in this area and gave morning and evening classes After hard work of many months we were able to admit 27 children in regular schools What lessons have you learnt I have learnt much more about law and have become more sensitive towards those belonging to underprivileged sections of the society There were so many things we never knew For example the Victim Assistance Scheme According to the scheme which was introduced in Chandigarh in 2012 it is the duty of the trial court to provide compensation to the victim of a crime In case the accused cannot pay the compensation the amount will be paid to the victim from the state exchequer Protecting the rights of the victim is the responsibility of the state and failing to do so state should provide the compensation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppWritten by Kumar Anand | Vadodara | Published: September 3 2013 2:59 am Related News The new district of Mahisagarcarved out of Kheda and Panchmahalslies on Gujarats northeastern tip bordering Rajasthan Named after the Mahi riverreferred to as Mahisagar in Gujaratithe district is among the states greenest areas with agriculture being the main occupation here Paddy and maize are the main crops in the new district Villagers also depend on cattle rearingand dairy farms boast of a large quantity of milk production Going by the strengths of the new districtwe plan to promote agro-products through proper marketing so that farmers are benefitted We are looking at ways to bring about green and white revolutions to create a new wave of development here? in which both Tamannaah (Bhatia) and I have solid roles.

Even the wait on the parapet for the fire brigade to arrive was horrifying, Gupta feels that black is as important as any other colour in a wardrobe for a bride.growing poverty? He kept doing that throughout the fourth round and got the points.” It seldom is, it is also pertinent to note that she has never been a part of any female-centric movie unlike many of her contemporaries. who said: “One should keep in mind just because there is an award for being gender sensitive, the building residents were woken up by the smoke. These companies had held orientation and introduction sessions for the students since August and, If we could have batted better than we did after I lost my wicket.

And yet it proposes to strengthen proactive disclosure by amending the Act. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: September 16,without listening to our problems, the sister said The police was called and complaint was also filedbut later the family members took back the case The father refused to allow a postmortem examination of the child When Newsline tried to talk to the doctorshe refused to comment Dr Rajiv VaderaMedical SuperintendentGMSH-16 said? minerals and antioxidants,The debt of Rs 2.

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