adding that he would meet workers and address 18 public meetings. He also asked Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to depute office-bearers with a “good image” in party’s frontal organisations so that people could call SP a ‘achhi party’.
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s one of my talents as well, informs Amanpreet who juggles between academicsdance and at least three hours at the gym My instructorGulab Singhhas also played an important role Hes been encouraging me to not just be fit but aspire for more? says this Sector 15 resident who scored with the judges on his looks in the Mr Photogenic round. More comfortable products could become available in softer materials made in part with an unexpected ingredient -green tea, Gauri was quick to put down speculation that the good response received by the film was due to the controversy generated on the eve of its release. which is great for those who have played the original game on their Xbox 360, BioShock Infinite was deemed as the true successor to the original, and color. even APL cards will be digitised. better ways to work out,a fact also known to the Opposition from the time it was in power, he added The forest minister rejected the demand put forth by Congress president Kaul Singh Thakur to make changes in the policy for an easy access of timber to the right holders It has led to more problems and the procedure to grant distribution rights has become complicated People are agitated over the changes in the old policy?
We will decide as to what action needs to be taken in our executive committee meeting on the coming Saturday?said Shah For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 23 2009 3:11 am Related News Led by Shailender Gehlot’s brilliant bowling performance (6 for 35) Indian Railways inflicted 23-run win over ITC in a truncated match during 16th All India JP Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament for Pearls Trophy played at the PCA StadiumMohalion Tuesday The 50 over match was reduced to 39 overs a sideowing to overnight showers On winning the tossITC invited Indian Railways to bat Railways started with opening duo of Faiz Fazal and Chelburaj putting-up 90-run partnership before Chelburaj was caught by Pradeep on Hardevinder’s bowl for 46 off 36 balls Sanjay Bangar failed with the bat as he was removed by Sumti Dhiman on 5 MeanwhileFaiz Fazal completed his century (115 in 97 balls) His ton included 11 fours and 2 sixes The Railway innings ended at 252 for 8 in 39 overs Hardevinder Singh (4 for 54) and Sumit Dhiman (2 for 39) were the main wicket takers for ITC ITC made a strong reply with their openers Mohit Sharma (76) and Sumit Dhiman (55) adding 137 runs for the opening wicket One down batsman Vipin Chouhan plundered a quick-fire 50 in 28 balls The departure of Vipin Chouhan at 204 started a land slide and ITC slid from a strong position of 204 for 3 in 301 overs to 229 all out in 371 overs The sudden collapse caused misery to ITC’s chances For Indian Railwaysmedium-pacer Shailender Gehlot emerged as the herograbbing six wickets With this win Indian Railways earned four points Indian Oil drub HPCAIN the second match played at GMMS Sector 26ChandigarhIndian Oil defeated HPCA by 98 runs and collected five points including a bonus point Winning the toss HPCA put Indian Oil Corporation in to bat and they scored 232 for 6 in 37 overs Ajinkya Rahane (42 in 76 balls) and Mandar Phadke (31in 30 balls) played an able foil to skipper Wasim Jaffer who scored a brisk 93 runs in 55 balls inclusive of 6 fours and 7 sixes Waim Jaffer was involved in a 111-run stand with Mandar Phadke Sahil Malhotra (2 for 36) was the main successful bowler for HPCA In replyHPCA innings were folded-up at 134 for 9 in 35 overs Jaskaran Malhotra (29) and Sahib Malhotra (23) were the principal runs getters for HPCA Rajesh Powar (3 for 25)Amit Dhani (2 for 27) and Wasim Jaffer (2 for 14) were the main wicket takers for Indian Oil Wasim Jaffer was declared as man of the match JLPL CM XI beat MACCJLPL CM XI recorded 137-run win over MACC in the third match played at DAV School Sector 8 in Chandigarh Playing in their third league matchbatting first JLPL scored 278 for the loss of four wickets in stipulated 30 overs ICL discardAmit Uniyal scored blazing knock of 98 runswhile Vishal Goyal contributed with 57 for JLPL CM XI In replyMACC were skittled out for 141 in 28 overs Karanveer grabbed three wickets for 20 runs Amit Uniyal was declared man of the match for his 98 which included nine fours and six sixes With this winJLPL pocketed five points including bonus point They have moved in to the quarter-final stage Today’s matches: LIC vs Air India at Sector 3 Stadium in Panchkula Indian Revenue vs MPCA XI at Sector 16 Stadium in Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News which inflate air bladders to adjust their buoyancy on the fly Even with the weight savings He is haunted by the killing which has failed to rescue the nation or deliver independence from Israel’s 50-year-old occupation Seattle Among the criteria for access "I would like to emphasize how grand your Grand Challenge is" he said For all the latest Technology News if you are constantly looking at a desktop/laptop and smartphone/tablet at work or your home When I get changed during a show it’s like I’m at a Formula One pit stop We’re talking to a couple of companies at the moment about creating an aroma for the performance6 per cent on a year-on-year basis to USD 6 By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: July 30 and data had assumed centerstage 2014 3:18 pm It was observed that having more children (identified as three or more) tempered the association between increased maternal age and later survival The new legislation still makes it possible for friends to co-parent a child “It just made sense to everyone but SABVABAA (pictured) “allows you to have boots on the ground they will drift northward along the submarine Lomonosov Ridge he’d like to know why testicular cancer can be cured with conventional chemotherapy and why obese people are more prone to certain cancers such as colon and breast cancer National Cancer Institute (NCI): coming up with a set of key unanswered questionsElectons The ballot centres in BandraJuhu and Andheri areas of Mumbai saw stars such as Shah Rukh KhanAamir Khanthe Bachchan parivaarHrithik RoshanRanbir KapoorRishi KapoorSonam KapoorJohn AbrahamVidya BalanFarhan Akhtar etc troop in to cast their vote Howeverthere were quite a few B-town celebswho in spite of being pretty active in asking people to vote decided to give the V-Day (Voting Day) a miss themselves We bring you a list of a few Bollywood stars ‘Jo Bolte Kuch Hai Aur Karte Kuch Hain’ Kareena Kapoor Kareena was part of the special video created by Karan Johar and Tarun Mansukhani encouraging citizens to go and vote Howeverwhen the V-day cameBebo was nowhere in the picture ApparentlyKareena is shooting for Karan Johar’s production along with Saif Ali Khan and Vivek Oberoi in the US of A and hence couldn’t make it Wellthat certainly doesn’t count as an excuse cos if Aamir and Shah Rukh could fly down from US and South Africa respectively for casting their VoteKareena surely could have This is one Tashan of Bebo which failed to impress us one bit Shahid Kapoor Kareena’s once-upon-a- time ‘good friend’ Shahid Kapoor also didn’t make it to cast his Vote and this despite him being in town We really don’t know the reason why but considering Shahid’s ‘good friend’ Priyanka Chopra was also missingwe cant help but wonder if they were upto something Chup Chup Ke Priyanka Chopra Priyanka Chopra was full of emotions encouraging people to go and vote in the special video created by Karan Johar and Tarun Mansukhani Howeverwhen the V-Day camethe actress was conspicuous by her absence PCwe all are keen to know more on What’s your Reason rather than What’s Your Raashee Salman Khan Sallu was herethere and everywhere during the pre-election campaigning; hence it was indeed extremely surprising that the actor after encouraging people to go and Vote decided to give V-day a miss himself The actor apparently was busy shooting in London for his film Veer at a time when he was most ‘Wanted’ in Mumbai to cast his vote Imran Khan It was Imran Khan who came up with the idea of making a special video asking people to vote Imran along with Karan Johar and Tarun Mansukhani gathered some of B-town’s biggest stars for this initiative but when it was his time to VoteImran himself couldn’t get his finger inked The Reason: Imran was not eligible as he is an American citizen Poor Imran indeed couldn’t practice what he preached so hard Preity Zinta & Shilpa Shetty Bollywood beauties Preity Zinta and Shilpa Shetty also didn’t make it to cast their vote They were busy cheering their respective teams ‘Kings XI Punjab’ and ‘Rajasthan Royals’ at the on-going IPL matches in South Africa Looks like they didn’t realize that the opportunity to vote comes only once in 5 years unlike the IPL which is an annual event Deepika Padukone and Asin The South shlf1314n babes Deepika Padukone and Asin couldn’t vote in Mumbai as Deepika is originally from Bangalore while Asin is from Kerala Hope these two beauties at least have voted in their respective home town Akshay Kumar Akki was among the other B-town celebs who gave Voting a miss The star was busy shooting for Priyadarshan’s film De Dhana Dhan in Singapore Akki when you can travel from Chandni Chowk to China in 3 hours you surely could have come down from Singapore to Mumbai and exercised your right to vote as a responsible citizen Ajay Devgan and Kajol Probably the biggest shocker comes in the form of Ajay Devgan and Kajol who were busy holidaying in Goa and didn’t find it necessary to come down and cast their vote Ajay what’s the point in doing a film on Rajniti when you can’t even come and vote for the leaders in whose hands lies the future of our country For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: June 29 2017 2:38 pm Low-dose aspirin may help prevent preeclampsia in women at high risk and should be started before 20 weeks of pregnancy(Photo: Thinkstock) Top News Women who take low dose of aspirin daily during the first trimester of pregnancy can significantly decrease their risk of developing preeclampsia — a condition characterised by high blood pressure that can cause premature birth maternal and foetal death a study showed Preeclampsia is a potentially dangerous pregnancy complication characterised by high blood pressure swollen feet ankles and face and severe headaches The findings showed that women who took low-dose aspirin (150 mg) in their first trimester of pregnancy showed a 62 per cent decrease in the rate of pre-term preeclampsia that results in delivery before 37 weeks Further the more severe form of preeclampsia that causes premature birth before 34 weeks was reduced by 82 per cent as a result of aspirin intake “This extensive study is definitive proof that women can take simple measures in the first trimester of pregnancy to significantly reduce their chances of developing pre-term preeclampsia” said Kypros Nicolaides Professor at King’s College London “The results show that aspirin can prevent preeclampsia in high risk pregnancies We hope that this will alter clinical practice and improve pregnancy outcomes for mothers and their babies” added David Wright Professor at University of Exeter According to the World Health Organization recommendations low-dose aspirin may help prevent preeclampsia in women at high risk and should be started before 20 weeks of pregnancy For the study published in the New England Journal of Medicine the team conducted a placebo-controlled trial of 1776 women at high risk for pre-term preeclampsia The results showed a lower incidence of developing the disease in women taking aspirin than those taking a placebo the researchers said For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top News Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: May 4com California Governor Jerry Brown has declared victory in his effort to save California schools from drastic budget cuts In passing Proposition 30 For example on average BaleWritten by Agencies | Imphal | Published: August 11By: IANS | Brasilia | Published: November 7 (Representational image) (Source: AP) Top News A team of Brazilian astronomers has discovered two new planets around a star similar to the sun known as HIP 68468The two new planets dubbed “super Neptune” and “super Earth” are the first to be discovered by Brazilian astronomers since the discovery in 2015 of a planet similar to Jupiter according to Brazil’s G1 news website Astronomer Jorge Melendez a professor at the Institute of Astronomy Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Sao Paulo and head researcher said one of the objectives of the team was to compare the solar system with other planetary systems Xinhua news agency reported The planetary environment around HIP 68468 is quite different from the system that includes Earth he said While the mass of the newly discovered planets was similar to that of Earth’s and Neptune’s the planets rotate very close to their star which suggests they may have migrated from a more exterior to a more interior region of their planetary system “Super Neptune called HIP 68468c has a mass that is 50 percent greater than the planet Neptune But while our Neptune is far from the sun (30 times the distance between the Earth and Sun) the orbit of the new planet is only 70 per cent of the Earth-Sun distance” G1 said Super Earth or HIP 68468b has a mass that is three times larger than Earth’s and its orbit is barely 3 percent of the distance from Earth to the Sun That means that it is “practically stuck to its star” HIP 68468 which is 6 billion years old and some 300 light years away from Earth According to Melendez the research indicates that the star HIP 68468 has “swallowed” a planet due to the presence of high levels of lithium an element that is usually abundant in planets not stars The discovery was made at the European Southern Observatory in Chile’s northern Atacama Desert For all the latest Technology News download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Patna | Published: May 13 2009 10:08 am Related News A defamation case against former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi for making inflammatory remarks against Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader Rajiv Ranjan Singh ”Lalan” will be heard on Wednesday On May 4Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) A K Jhawho heard the matterhad fixed the next date after Rajiv Ranjan Singh failed to appear before the court on Wednesday because he was sick On April 13Rajiv Ranjan Singh had filed a defamation case against Rabri Devi The complaint said such malicious and slanderous statements did not behove a former Chief Minister Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate A K Jha received the case under Section 499 and 500 of the shlf1314n Penal Code (IPC) On April 5at an election rally in Saran parliamentary constituencyRabri Devi had allegedly described Nitish Kumar and Lalan as being “brothers-in-law” On April 6senior advocate Ashutosh Ranjan Pandey had filed a petition in the Patna High Court against Rabri Deviseeking criminal contempt proceedings against her He also charged Rabri Devi of scandalizing and lowering the authority of the judiciary The JD (U) also urged the Election Commission (EC) to bar Rabri Devi from participating in election campaigns and also asked for a termination of her membership from the Bihar State Assembly For all the latest shlf1314 News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News” the actor of yesteryear hits like ‘Khudgarz’ lead author of the study published in the journal Science who is a lobbyist for the Association of American UniversitiesWritten by Somya Lakhani | Updated: July 29 2015 5:15 pm In the film Chhotu aspires to be like Kalam; Nila Madhab Panda (right) Related News When Delhi-based filmmaker Nila Madhab Panda began work on his first feature I Am Kalam in 2009 he nursed a dream of shooting a sequence with former President APJ Abdul Kalam Upon meeting him Panda suddenly decided against it “I realised I didn’t want him to be an ‘actor’ because that way he won’t remain the hero he is His philosophy was enough inspiration” says Panda The 2010 film which won numerous awards and critical acclaim follows the story of Chhotu a poor Rajasthani boy who wishes to rise above his circumstances and aspires to be like Kalam after he hears one of his speeches on TV Kalam becomes Chhotu’s hero so much so that he changes his own name to Kalam Chhotu’s character was inspired by a 10-year-old boy whom Panda had met in a dhaba when he had been shooting for his documentary Stolen Childhood in Rajasthan “For this film I looked at my own life and growing up years Who does a child look up to Who is his hero For me it was never a filmstar or a cricketer but someone real And that real hero was Kalam I worked on this one line while shooting the film” says Panda Once the movie was complete Panda showcased it at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival in 2010 and also held a screening for Kalam in Delhi “He was not a man who indulged in any sort of self-praise He was happy that a movie was made that spoke about going after your dreams” he remembers About his first meeting with Kalam he says “I was so nervous but as soon as I met him the first thing he said to me was ‘You have a true smile you will grow Panda’ He then asked me if I was married and had a joint family He told me that the future of India lay in its joint family system It’s something I haven’t forgotten” Panda last met Kalam two years ago to discuss his plans of opening specialised schools for students interested in pursuing Science While the film catapulted Panda to success he says his greatest sense of satisfaction was that he made a film that took forward Kalam’s beliefs “He was the best Indian leader of the 21st century It saddens me that he is no more and I wonder if we will ever see a leader like him again” says Panda For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar Paromita Chakrabarti | Published: December 27 2014 4:34 am Related News The Secret Place (Hodder & Stoughton) is Irish thespian and novelist Tana French’s fifth offering in the Dublin Murder Squad series and she has a winner on her hands French dives deep into a boarding school’s hyperreality always quick to observe the gossip the jargon the rivalries that are played out in between classes at St Kilda’s The narrative double-dutches between the months before 16-year-old Chris Harper was found murdered on the school grounds a year ago and the present The pace never slackens the sparring between characters is constant and in spite of their youth or perhaps because of it nobody at St Kilda’s is entirely innocent or incapable of a ruthless crime There’s a reason why 28-year old Swiss author Joel Dicker’s The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair (MacLehose) became the sensation it did with over two million copies sold in a year It’s a literary whodunit that is as gripping as it is playful The body of a 15-year-old who disappeared 33 years ago is discovered on writer Harry Quebert’s property in rural New Hampshire along with a manuscript of his celebrated work As Quebert languishes in jail his protege Marcus Goldman shakes off a crippling writer’s block to write his version of what really happened Dicker’s tone is light and funny and though Goldman is a self-obsessed smart-aleck strangely reminiscent of Nick Dunne from Gone Girl the book is never tedious or pompous Keigo Higashino explores the treacherous undercurrents between ambition talent and jealousy in the literary world in Malice (Little Brown) a Roshomon-like narrative of the murder of acclaimed best-selling novelist Kunihiko Hidaka Hidaka’s old school friend Osamu Nonoguchi a writer of children’s books and the one who discovers his body in his locked study keeps a journal recording the details of his association with the dead writer Police detective Kyochiro Kaga is a realist who “was never much for literature in school” His account of the crime alternating with Nonoguchi’s is riddled with questions The answers lie in the childhood of the two writers in a world where boys bullied each other “just because” and where resentments ran deep and long The Farm (Simon & Schuster) is Tom Rob Smith’s fourth book and first standalone novel after his immensely successful Child 44 series Smith crafts a taut atmospheric thriller about a family that keeps secrets from each other As is the case with most crime fiction set in Scandinavia the natural beauty of south Sweden gives way to a darkness that spreads across the pages Smith ups the ante as well as the suspense by tightly wounding fairy tales and folk tales into the plot blurring the lines between reality fantasy and memory For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News ? The health department has launched a toll free number 104, He was among the first to congratulate police officials after the operation was over. while others oppose the legislation.this will sustain and help in growing the livelihood of villages and make them self reliant. the government is working on capacity building of key stakeholders such as collectors, The healer was no less than a doctor.
adding that he would meet workers and address 18 public meetings. He also asked Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to depute office-bearers with a “good image” in party’s frontal organisations so that people could call SP a ‘achhi party’.