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SP and BSP have been wiped out in the elections and BJP has won maximum seats in the civic elections, he said Taking a dig at the CongressNaqvi said: The party could not even win any seat in Amethi and Rae Bareli This is a clear indication…Congress lost all the three seats they had won earlier? ? 2017 04:45 AM | Updated Date: Jul 25, Published Date: Jul 25, We want polytechnic institutes to provide quality education to the students and hence we want them to recruit full-time faculty who fulfill the necessary qualifications and only after they are approved by the MSBTE.Ad hoc, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Vishwas Pandhare said proposed foot-over bridge would resolve the issue of commuter safety at Sancheti chowk. he told Newsline. "This is fantastic news. two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

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However, ? However,C&C Constructions Ltd.will have to pay a penalty of approximately Rs 40000 per day starting today till the project is complete or a new deadline is agree upon C&C has already paid Rs 552 crore to Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) as penalty till date As per the agreement between the contractor and GMADAthe former will have to pay penalty at the rate of 005 per cent (around Rs 40000) of performance security per day This is the third deadline missed by the company In August this yearthe head of the company Colonel (Retd) Charanvir Singh Sehgalhad told Chandigarh Newsline? "As a player I really would like to see him continue as captain because he’s a great leader and he can take this team forward, scoring 4,wholly barred under law? The order of the judge on who shall be allowed as a defence witness will be issued on Thursday For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 3 2013 2:38 am Top News When Samrat Yadav returned to the picturesque locales of Kashmir to participate in the Mughal Rally for the third time in four yearsthere was a feeling of déjà vu as he stood behind the wheels in his trusted car The year had started on an ominous note for Yadav as despite getting good starts he could not finish the race in both Desert Storm and SJOBA Rally Reason: his vehicle broke down on both the occasions While in Desert Storm a mechanical failure rendered him helplessit was due to break failure that Yadav was unable to finish the race in SJOBA Rally Yetwhen Yadav stepped in Srinagarhe didn’t show any signs of nervousness This time he knew he would get it right This time he had taken care of shortcomings in his car Fully aware that another mechanical or break failure will spoil his seasonYadav spent enough time on building and modification of the carkeeping in mind the hostile environment that he was going to encounter “Even though I had been trying my bestmy car was not functioning properly It was unable to handle heat and the hostile terrain SoI along with my co-driver Shahzat Malik fixed the car” shared Yadav The result was encouraging While he finished overall tenth in the rallyhe came first in his category- 1600 cc in car category After he got his vehicle scrutinisedYadav and Shahzat were ready to scorch the tracks It wasn’t easy though Landslides and rockfall marked Day One on the competitive stretch near Pir Ki Galithe highest point on the Mughal Road Overcoming the oddsYadav and Shahzat got off to a good start and were overall second at the end of Stage I on the first day But just like the changing landscapes in Kashmir valleyYadav and Shahzat also experienced a change in their fortunes During the second stagein which they had to cover 30 kmthey hit a rock which ruptured their fuel tank Watching his vehicle spill fuelYadav learned a valuable lesson: “Every small detail is crucial when you are competing in a tough rally like the Mughal” he said He slipped to overall 21st position after second stage and now it was a question of finishing on a high for Yadav Day Two started on a bright note for Yadav and blazing a trailhe finished overall third after stage one Terrible rain and storm for almost four hours in the competitive stretches cut short the rally and the second stage was cancelled By this timeYadav had done well to finish tenth overall and won his category with a lead of two seconds A Total of 12 cars were participating in his category “Had I not lost those six minutes of precious timeI could have easily finished overall second in the rally” lamented Yadava resident of Sector 7 in Chandigarh While studying in Australia (he did Masters in Management) he participated in Kickstarters Gascoyne Dashwith Khushwant Randhawa as driverand came on the top Mohit emerges winner CITY motor rallyist Mohit Vermawho took part in the Rally Xtreme (Motorcycles)retained his numero uno position with a lead of three minutes over Gurpinder Singh Sarao of Sangrur Rajan Singh of Ludhiana stood third He had also won the 2012 Mughal Rally For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News He said he wanted Dikshit?Aizawl:Reigning champions Aizawl FC ended table-toppers Minerva Punjab FC’s five-match winning streak in the Hero I-League with a crucial 2-1 victory,in Aizawl onWednesday Kareem Omolaja (72nd) and Andrei Ionescu (85th) scored one goal apiece for Aizawl FC while Girik Khosla (90+5 minutes) pulled one back for the away side Meanwhile it was the first defeat for the Punjab-based side following their five-match unbeaten run Aizawl FC ended Minerva Punjab’s unbeaten run in the I-League Image Courtesy: I-League The home side made four changes in the starting eleven as David Lalrinmuana Andrei Ionescu William Lalnunfela and newly recruited Laldinliana started the game in place of Lalrinzuala K Lalthathanga Yugo Kobayashi and Lalbiakthanga David and Ionescu alongside captain Alfred Jaryan manned the midfield and William Lalnunfela played the lone striker upfront and Leonce Dodoz and Lalmuankima flanked from opposite sides of the pitch League leaders Minerva made no changes from their last match Paulo Menezes’ boys started the game on a upbeat mode as they forced the away team in their own half David Ionescu and Alfred dominated the midfield but the Minerva defence was a hard nut to crack for the Highlanders David’s freekick from 35 yards was met by Afghan defender Saighani but caused no trouble for Minerva goalkeeper Dagar Leonce Dodoz was lively on the right side but could not break down Minerva’s defence as well The home side dominated the ball possession but could not carve out a clear-cut goal scoring chance William Opoku tried his best to break down Aizawl’s defence but without the usual support from Chencho his effort went into vain Saighani tapped the first goal of the match in the 21st minute but it was ruled out by the official owing to a foul on a Minerva defender much to the dismay of the loud Aizawl supporters Opoku’s shot drifted away from goal and Aidara header form Chencho’s freekick flew a few foot away form Aizawl’s goalkeeper Avilash Pual’s goal Both the teams were scoreless in the first 45 minutes Sukhdev Singh tried his best from his long throws but those were perfectly dealt by Aizawl defenders Aizawl continued to dominate the game and scored the first goal of the game in the 72 minute The ball from David’s corner was guided to the far post of Minerva’s goal by defender Kareem Omolaja to leave goalkeeper Dagar completely stranded Minerva’s coach Khogen Singh introduced Moinuddin who scored the equaliser against Mohun Bagan towards the end of the game but the home side struck again to dash the hopes of Minerva Man-of-the-match Dodoz danced past Minerva’s defender and slide the ball to Romanian midfielder Ionescu who made no mistake as he slotted home his first goal of the season Minerva pulled one back in the added time as Girik Khosla made the best out of the defensive lapses but there was no time left for the away side to equalise as the referee blew the whistle seconds after Khosla’s goal Following the win Aizawl FC jumped to the sixth spot with seven points from four matches whereas Minerva continue to enjoy the pole position with 13 points from six games Aizawl FC will now travel to Kozhikode to lock their horns against Gokulam Kerala FC on Sunday while Minerva will play the Keralite outfit on 6 January

23-year-old Josh Hazlewood delivered on the promise he had held since he was 17 years old when he was given a state contract while still in high school. Ajinkya Rahane and MS Dhoni – all nicking to wicket-keeper Brad Haddin as he displayed the strengths that had made him the “one to watch out for” in the eyes of Australian observers – fabulous control of length,He has been barred from taking any JNU examination and is not allowed to take admission to any course in the university for the next 10 years.public importance? The bench said a false affidavit has been filed by the Haryana Police claiming that the courts order was being followed in letter and spirit.

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