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After two decades, however, determined what college courses students?Why developers alone should be held responsible and not other stakeholders such as the contractor,without taking any money. Dilip KadiaDeputy Engineer with Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Ltd (MGVCL)said: We had given the work of electrification and maintenance of electricity line in the region to a private party From what we have learntthere is a problem with electric cables and we have informed the private party For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: December 25 2013 1:54 am Related News The Delhi High Court has denied bail to two men convicted of murdering the captain of their Merchant Navy ship and throwing his body into the Atlantic Ocean in April 2004 The duowho had been cadets in training on the shiphad been arrested when the ship reached Spain Vivek Madhok and Shankar Bhatia were convicted in September by a sessions court on the basis of the evidence collected by Spanish authoritiesincluding blood samples and other forensic evidence According to the prosecutionCaptain Rajan had reprimanded two trainee cadets Madhok and Bhatia for neglecting their duties on the ship He also took them to task for not completing their homework Enragedthe duo attacked himfirst with a whiskey bottlethen with a metal detectorand again with a stool As the Captain lay bleedinghe was wrapped in a bedsheetdragged to the deck and then thrown overboard The prosecution had also claimed he was strangledbut this was never proved as the body could not be found The two have filed appeals against the conviction and for bail and suspension of their sentence during the appeal proceedingsclaiming that they had been falsely accused on the basis of circumstantial evidenceand that the prosecution had not been able to prove that they had any motive to commit murder They had also claimed that as they had remained on bail all through the trialthey should be granted bail during the appeal hearing The court of Justice Kailash Gambhir and Justice Indermeet Kaurhoweverdid not accept the convicts argument It said?Gupta is an autorickshaw driver by profession. However,t paid in the last three years.unable to break the door, hosted by the Kamal Haasan has been in the eye of storm right from its first day.
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its time that they discharge them from the case, said a relative of Rawool For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohd Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: April 24 2014 1:57 am Related News Several Muslims organisations in Uttar Pradesh have made an appeal to voters from the community to defeat BJP candidates Voting for 12 seats in the state would be held today Some bodies have even opposed SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav highlighting a picture of him shaking hands with BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and party vice-president Kalyan Singh In Lucknow organisations such as the Tehriq-e-Umar Muslim Youth Brothers etc are distributing pamphlets in Muslim-dominated areas and making their plea in local Urdu newspapers Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind led by Maulana Arshad Madani has also issued an appeal to Muslims titled ‘Qaum Ke Liye Eik Aham Paigham’ In it Madani said it is the responsibility of secular forces especially Muslims to unite and defeat non-secular forces Madani warned that not uniting against communal forces and division of Muslim votes would help such forces “It is true that we have issued such an appeal I have done it on two earlier occasions as well It is our duty to defeat communal forces” Madani who is known to share good relations with Mulayam said “There are several secular parties like SP BSP Congress and others in different states We have appealed to vote for candidates of these parties who can defeat BJP” he said Another organisation the Ittehad Social Foundation has issued a similar appeal together with pictures of Mulayam with Modi Mohammad Ismail Khan the president of the outfit said this is meant to stop the BJP and the SP from winning “We have issued our appeal so Muslims become aware and know the real face of Mulayam who has failed on Muslim issues” Ismail said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 14 2017 10:36 pm The state of Kerala is home to some of the most ardent fans of the game in India (Source: File) Top News Kochi’s preparation and commitment for hosting FIFA U-17 World Cup matches have come under the scanner time and again Although the state Kerala has few of the most ardent football fans in the country evident from the crowds that throng matches that the Kerala Blasters play in the Indian Super League the city of Kochi was the most lethargic to get its venue ready It has now emerged that a herd of cows were grazing at the Kochi Parade Ground which is one of the assigned training grounds for the tournament According the English edition of Malayalam news website Manorama the Parade Ground has turned a grazing field for cows and goats in the absence of a fence around it The Parade Ground cannot be fenced permanently due to its standing as a heritage area In fact any infrastructure including dressing rooms and washrooms can be built only on a temporary basis The FIFA U-17 World Cup Local Organising Committee had on May 19 2017 declared Kochi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium to be fit for hosting the tournament However tournament director Javier Ceppi had said that the stadium’s capacity will be brought down to 41748 instead of the initial 55000 “The stadium is fit for accommodating 41748 people Not a single person more” Ceppi had said The tournament starts on October 24 and Kochi is set to host eight matches For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Pune | Updated: February 1 2017 11:33 am Anand (L) and Vijay Amritraj were mainstays of Indian Davis Cup team in 1970s File Top News Davis Cup in the 70s meant that the Amritraj family would attend the ties Rather they would suffer through it Anand Amritraj remembers his mother holding a rosary whenever India played while his father would circle the stadium “He couldn’t sit and watch He’d take rounds of the stadium listening to the crowd Every time people would cheer he knew we won a point If there was silence we’d lost a point” he recalls “That happened for every Davis Cup match Not so much during the regular tour matches” he adds laughing Watch What Else Is Making News It was the same thing the last time Pune hosted a tie 43 years ago Rewind to 1974 Anand Amritraj was a 22-year-old looking for a permanent break in the Davis Cup team India were 2-1 up in the Davis Cup semi-final against the USSR at Pune’s Deccan Gymkhana a win would take them through to the final But Amritraj had never beaten an opponent from a big tennis-playing nation in the Davis Cup before In the fourth rubber he was trailing Teimuraz Kakulia 2-1 after three sets “My parents were there My brother Vijay was there They were all nervous wrecks It was do-or-die because they knew that if I lost this match Vijay would have to play (Alex) Metreveli in the fifth rubber which he probably wouldn’t have won” Amritraj says It would not come down to that Amritraj slogged it out till five sets at a time when the tiebreaker rule didn’t exist to win 6-2 8-10 4-6 6-3 6-3 in front of 12000 fans seated on wooden stands “It was absolute chaos” First big win It was Amritraj’s first ever singles win against a big team – a victory that announced him on the world stage and a permanent fixture on the Indian Davis Cup team “A year before I won against Pakistan and the team captain Ramanathan Krishnan was convinced that he had found a second singles player But after Russia my place on the team was cemented” he recalls The win took India to its second Davis Cup final and propelled the former world number 74 to becoming one of the core members of the Davis Cup team He went on to play in 39 ties The association would continue even after he retired in 1988 In 2013 he was appointed non-playing captain of the team And now as Pune hosts its first Davis Cup tie since 1974 Amritraj remembers his first major win “You don’t realise the magnitude of what you did at that point because you think it’s going to happen again Only now you look back and say ‘oh my God that was great’” Amritraj played his own part to relive that memory Three years ago he travelled to the Deccan Gymkhana to visit the courts where he won the tie that set him up onto the big stage “They don’t have the grass courts anymore It’s a running track now” he smiles He’s back again But it’s a cruel coincidence that while the USSR tie established his career the upcoming one against New Zealand will be his last in any capacity with the Davis Cup team “It came to an end quicker than I thought It’s not what I wanted nor what the players wanted So it’s kind of bittersweet that the last time is in Pune” The AITA decided against renewing Amritraj’s contract as captain instead giving the honours to Mahesh Bhupathi after the New Zealand tie In Pune the city where he once announced himself to the world the veteran will bow out Amritraj’s Davis Cup career has come a full-circle For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: April 12 2016 7:33 am Related News The wait for city residents for getting piped natural gas (PNG) has got longer with the ambitious joint venture of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd and Adani Gas has hit a roadblock The project which was expected to be made operational by the end of March is not likely to see light of the day before the fag end of this year The consortium know as Indian Oil Adani Gas Pvt Ltd is struggling to lay the pipeline for supply of piped natural gas to Chandigarh from the main supply of Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) in Rajpura owing to lack of permissions for right of way and rights of use encroachment among other reasons Share This Article Related Article Sanjay Tarat head asset of Indian Oil Adani Gas Pvt Ltd told The Chandigarh Newsline that they are yet to lay the pipeline in a stretch of around 10km in Bannur The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has not accorded permission to the agency to lay the pipeline for a stretch measuring 15km while the forest land on a stretch of 25km has not been transferred to NHAI There are encroachments on around 3km Another hurdle is the proposed toll plaza for which drawings have not yet been prepared “It will take a couple of months to get the required permissions and encroachments removed Thereafter we require at least six to seven months for being able to supply piped natural gas to houses in Chandigarh” said Tarat He further stated that there will be no work during the monsoon season from June to September In the first phase piped natural gas will be supplied in five sectors – Sectors 7 8 49 50 53 – and EWS (economically weaker sections) flats in Dhanas IOC-Adani won the exclusive contract for supplying piped natural gas in the city and nearby areas for a period of five years The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) has allowed the firm to fix the final selling price of the piped natural gas to be supplied to consumers Admin yet to give nod The consortium is yet to get approval from the Chandigarh administration for laying the pipeline within the sectors As of now only the main line has been laid Tarat said they have applied for the permission and are expecting to get it by the next week EWS flats in Dhanas have been picked for the first phase as Chandigarh has been declared kerosene-free city and all kerosene oil depots (KODs) located in various areas of the city have been closed down by the administration For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Cardiff | Published: December 4 2016 6:02 pm Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy had comfortably beaten England’s Lauren Smith and Sophie Brown 21-16 21-18 in the semis Top News India’s women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy finished runners-up at theWelsh International Challenge badminton tournament after losing in straight games in the final The unseeded Indian duo went down to top-seeded Russian combination of Olga Morozova and Anastasia Chervyakov 21-16 21-11 in a contest that lasted just 37 minutes Earlier Ashwini and Sikki had comfortably beatenEngland’s Lauren Smith and Sophie Brown 21-16 21-18 in theirsemifinal match The Indians took 39 minutes to get the better of the English team Meanwhile the men’s doubles combo of Jishnu Sanyal andShivam Sharma lost in the semifinals against Liao Kuan Hao and Lu Chia Pin of Chinese Taipei The third-seeded Chinese Taipei pair needed half-an-hour to make it to the finals by beating sixth seeded Indians 21-17 21-15 Indians bowed out in the semifinals of the mixed doublesevent also as second seeded N Sikki Reddy and Pranaav JerryChopra lost to Malaysians Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Jemie Lai16-21 14-21 in 39 minutes For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News As England is slated to tour down under for the upcoming Ashes series which begins from November 23,By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: January 4 “Classical music was well within the reach of the middle class then. 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