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ex-IAS officer and former executive chairman of the Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad Company Ltd (MEGA) Sanjay Gupta on Friday offered documents of his property worth about Rs 8 crore as surety in the Gujarat High Court. Bahraich is dominated by Muslims with an estimated 60 per cent of its population belonging to the community.When Mamata (Banerjee) in West Bengal could ask the Centre for development of her state, LA’s bid is closer to completion than many in past years, a man from a very backward region of Bihar, including 26/11 accused Ajmal Kasab ?speaking at a lecture organised by the Transindus Foundation. The team, She is ably supported by Kushal Tandon and Aneri Vajani. I asked my doctor about it and he explained what this drug does.

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s an adventure thriller that questions gender inequality through the eyes of children, explains Panda The narrative revolves around a Delhi-based single father Devwho takes his two children to his native village The children dream of green fieldslakes and fairytale hutsonly to come face-to-face with the secrets of the villageincluding a witch While Piysuh Mishra and Delhi-based electronica duo Midival Punditz have given the rusticcontemporary music of the filmthe cast includes Parvin DabasTanishtha ChatterjeeSuhasini Mulay and child actors Lehar KhanKrishang Trivedi and Harsh Mayar (the protagonist of I am Kalam) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srinath Raghvendra Rao | Mumbai | Updated: December 22 2015 4:44 am Related News The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has begun an independent probe after a woman complained that her husband spoke about his “wish to commit jihad” The man is reported missing along with two others whose families have lodged separate cases of missing persons The men aged between 23 and 26 years are all residents of the Malwani locality in Malad West and they went missing from their homes between October and the second week of December Identified as autorickshaw driver Mohsin Sheikh unemployed graduate Wajid Sheikh and another unemployed man named Ayyaz Sultan the three have disappeared without a trace and the police are yet to trace their whereabouts Wajid’s wife who lodged the complaint has left her husband’s home since his disappearance and is not in touch with her in-laws An ATS team visited each of the three houses Monday and questioned other people in the locality Even as all three families claimed that the men did not have passports ATS officials said they were yet to get any evidence indicating the men had left India Wajid lived in Malwani’s block number 8 with his house separated by only a few feet from Ayyaz’s On Monday afternoon his older sister Ayesha sat weeping on a bed as father Bashir looked forlorn “He is in shock” said Ayesha She said her father who had a liver problem had been extremely depressed since Wajid left Wajid was last seen at 3 pm on December 15 when he left home to go to the Aadhaar card enrollment centre in Charkop “When we went to the centre to enquire we were told that he never came there” said Ayesha She said Wajid told her that he wanted to change addresses on the cards of their parents “After changing the addresses he was to apply for passports for our parents” she said That afternoon Wajid left home with his cellphone but without his wallet “He would often leave his phone at home while going out” she recalled A commerce graduate who didn’t find work Wajid helped out his father at the family’s lemon shop in block number 7 “The only other places he ever went to apart from the shop was to Vashi where his wife’s family lives” said Ayesha Wajid got married 10 months ago and his family suspects his wife might have framed him “ He may have been kidnapped or something else may have happened to him” she said Ayesha claimed that Wajid left home “penniless” “He would have needed money to travel abroad and we had Rs 20000 at home that day But he did not touch that money And he always asked me for money whenever he needed to go anywhere He didn’t do that either” she saidBefore registering a complaint with the police early on December 16 Wajid’s family hunted for him at railway stations and hospitals nearby “We even checked at the intensive care unit of Shatabdi Hospital thinking he might have been injured But we couldn’t find him anywhere” said Ayesha A little distance away in MHADA colony 26-year-old Mohsin left home around the same time as Wajid did on December 15 leaving behind his parents five siblings a wife and two children Mohsin’s father Ibrahim Sayyad said his son had left home for Surat to attend a wedding “He said he was going there with an uncle and aunt and had packed two sets of clothes” he said Ever since Mohsin left home some time after 3 pm his cellphone has been switched off With no communication for two days the family enquired with several relatives and then registered a missing person’s complaint at the Malwani police station on December 17 “I just hope he is safe and comes back home” said Sayyad With Mohsin gone his older bother Mubin is the only earning member of the family now They live in a one-room house in the housing colony The father said Mohsin had dropped out of school after Class VIII and had been driving an autorickshaw for a living for the last seven years “He is a normal boy who prays five times a day He has never had any trouble at home” he said Ayyaz Sultan’s brother refused to comment The police meanwhile said they were yet to trace the men “We are treating it as a case of missing persons and our missions persons department is looking into it So far we have found no reason for the men to leave their homes” said Milind Khetle senior inspector Malwani police station [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 7 2016 3:59 pm Women’s recurve team carry India’s aspirations for a medal on Day 2 of Rio 2016 Olympics (Source: Reuters) Related News After a mixed day for India at the Rio 2016 Olympics that saw Dattu Bhokanal come up third in the heats and Jitu Rai finishing eighth in the 10m air rifle event action now shifts to day two with archery shooting women’s hockey andgymnastics as far as the Indian contingent is concerned (India’s schedule for day 2 at Rio 2016 Olympics) The men’s hockeyteam posed a 3-2 win against Ireland in the Group B opener and the onus will now fall on the women to keep that momentum going The win for the men though was a tough one with nervous moments right at the death after Ireland made a late comeback to reduce India’s lead The ladies take onJapan in theirfirst match of the Rio Games The women’s team is making is making a comeback to the Olympics after a gap of 36 years and will look to put up agood show in the first match Also involved in action will be the women’s archery team who carry strong hopes for India to bag a medal The women’s recurve trio ofDeepika Kumari Bombayla Devi and Laxmirani Majhiwill be up against Colombia in the last-8 elimination round First up in the day will be shooter Heena Sidhuin the women’s 10m Air pistol event Later Manavjit Singh Sandhuwill be take part in the men’s trap event Alongside him at the same event will beIndia’s rising starKynan Chenai There will be a strongfield at the event but no one can count out the two Indoors at the Rio Olympic Arena DipaKarmakar will begin her attempt at getting a medal after becoming the first Indian woman to qualify for the Olympics in the sport For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWashington:On Tuesday President Donald Trump affirmed America’s "ironclad commitment" to Japan and South Korea’s security following the latest missile test by North Korea Trump spoke over phone separately with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn the White House said During the phone calls Trump emphasised the United States’ ironclad commitment to stand with Japan and South Korea in the face of the serious threat posed by North Korea "He emphasised that his administration is taking steps to further enhance our ability to deter and defend against North Korea’s ballistic missiles using the full range of United States military capabilities" the White House said Donald Trump AP "Trump agreed with Prime Minister Abe and Acting President Hwang to continue close bilateral and trilateral cooperation to demonstrate to North Korea that there are very dire consequences for its provocative and threatening actions" the White House said Meanwhile the US Forces in Korea announced that Terminal High-Altitude Area Defence (Thaad) missile has arrived in Korean Peninsula Pentagon Spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said Defence Secretary Jim Mattis spoke with his Japanese counterpart Tomomi Inada to discuss North Korea’s missile launches "Mattis and Inada both agreed that these launches are an unacceptable and irresponsible act that undermines security and stability in the region" Davis said Mattis reaffirmed that the US remains steadfast in its defense commitments to Japan including its extended deterrence commitment he said "Both Mattis and Inada agreed to cooperate closely along with the Republic of Korea to strengthen deterrence and to maintain the peace and security of Northeast Asia" Davis said On Monday North Korea fired four ballistic missiles east of the peninsula with Japan saying three of them landed in its waters By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 9 2016 6:11 am Related News “They have violated every norm that establishes this region as a silence zone” said Ashok Ravat the petitioner whose efforts led to the announcement of Shivaji Park as a silence zone where the MNS held its Gudi Padwa rally Friday Despite the intervention of the High Court which questioned the basis of BMC’s approval to the rally drum and cymbal processions surrounding the park saw a decibel reading of 1194 as opposed to the 50 dB limit Share This Article Related Article Sumaira Abdulali founder of Awaaz an organisation that works to keep the levels of noise pollution in the city in limits took decibel readings throughout the rally Her readings pit Raj Thackeray’s speech at 801 dB organiser Nitin Sardesai’s at 852 dB and that of Sharad Sonawane at 86 dB According to Ravat the organisers had set up 12 250-watt speakers in different corners of the park while they held permission for the placement of 35 watt speakers at every 20 metres The decibel level violation was recorded by the police too Based on the noise pollution case filed against the Shiv Sena for their Dusshera rally last November the police are likely to file a case against the MNS for the same though they refused to comment on the spot A division bench headed by Justice Abhay Oka while hearing a plea challenging the decision of authorities to use loudspeakers had cautioned that the MNS must adhere to noise pollution rules and asked the state government to take action if the organisers of the rally violated the provisions of law For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Published: June 28 2016 12:44 am According to the study majority of the sample size prefers department stores to purchase branded apparel followed by small retail stores hawkers and hypermarket (Source: Express photo by Pradip Das/ file) Top News Nearly 64 per cent of the city’s youth in the 20-30 age bracket prefer to buy branded apparel while the remaining 36 per cent prefer non-branded apparel according to a study The study titled “Analysis of Purchasing Behaviour of Office-goer Youth in Branded and Non-branded Apparel Category in Mumbai” was published in the International Journal of Scientific Research According to the study majority of the sample size prefers department stores to purchase branded apparel followed by small retail stores hawkers and hypermarket Only a measly 3 per cent prefer online buying Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Additionally the study found 53 per cent of the respondents visit stores to make their purchases once a year followed by 38 per cent who go shopping once in six months The rest 9 per cent shop once in three months People believe by choosing branded over non-branded apparel they are buying goods of a superior quality the study found Other reasons are durability status symbol warranty wider choice of design and colour For those going for non-branded clothes the most important consideration is bargaining “The youth normally prefers branded apparel due to mainly good quality durability and status symbol Non-branded apparel is also popular among them mainly because of bargaining reasonable price and attractiveness” the report says For the record the total apparel market share was 73 per cent of the total retail market in India in 2009-10 The organised apparel market accounts for 312 per cent of the country’s total apparel market Have a comment or suggestion for Paper Clip Write to [email protected] with subject line: Paper Clip For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 3:22 am Motorman Jeevan Kanojiya saved a senior citizen’s life when he was crossing the tracks in Jogeshwari Express photo Related News On February 1 Milind Sonar blew his train’s horn several times while entering Mumbai Central platform number 4 Moments later the motorman applied emergency brakes and started saying a prayer eyes wide open “It was a man in his 50s who was on the tracks picking up something He froze watching the train approach him head on I was at 35 km/h The man did not move an inch but fortunately the train stopped less than fifteen feet before him” Sonar said recalling the reason for his prayers Pedestrians on railway tracks are routine for motormen across the vast suburban railway network The Western Railway head office at Churchgate claims to receive at least four handwritten letters from motormen on a daily basis notifying their superiors of such incidents A majority of them is about the lives they saved Share This Article Related Article Senior railway officials claim that more than a thousand persons died last year in “knockdowns” which account for nearly a third of the total accidents involving suburban locals Sonar said whenever there are close shaves his first knockdown flashes in his mind Narrating his first knockdown in 1999 Sonar said he was an assistant driver in a locomotive and a little before Surat he had mowed down a minor girl Jeevan Kanojiya (40) another motorman admits his nerves shake every time he passes the stretch between Ville Parle and Santacruz where his first knockdown took place “Hum uss hadse ko bhool nahi pate hain” he said “We get counselled every fortnight by supervisors Some of us share our experience which helps But we have to pilot the same train on the same tracks there is no escaping it” said Kanojiya Kanojiya late last month saved a senior citizen’s life while he was crossing the tracks in Jogeshwari About 400 meters from the man Kanojiya started applying brakes as the train was running at 100 km per hour and halted barely twenty steps from the elderly he claimed “In those moments I am leaning forward standing and my face continues to cringe till I halt The person on the track feels their life is over and by accepting that fact they don’t get off the tracks even if we are 400 meters away” Kanojiya added Divisional Railway Manager for the Western Railway Shailendra Kumar said “saving lives” is now part of the motorman’s job description given the high frequency of railway accidents “The margin of error depends on speed of train for each motorman But regardless they have to be alert especially with people jumping before trains as a common way to commit suicide” Kumar said Railway officials will now start to keep tabs on the number of lives each motorman will save in order to motivate these “unsung heroes” “Any accident takes a toll on us We get appreciated at the station and we come home to tell our family the success stories but all the high spirits come crashing down after one accident We know that all accidents are not our fault and not in our hands but it is not easy to shake off the guilt” Kanojiya said Have a comment or suggestion for Life on the Local Write to [email protected] with subjectline: Life on the Local For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: December 3 2015 8:17 pm The National Green Tribunal on April 7 had held that all diesel vehicles which were over 10 years would not be permitted to ply in Delhi-NCR Related News Amid rising concerns over pollution level in the Capital and other cities in India the government plans to ban trucks and buses older than 15 years from plying on the roads across the country The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has initiated consultations on the matter and a final decision is expected to be taken once minister Nitin Gadkari reviews the consequences of the proposal according to sources There is already a notification under which all commercial vehicles under National Permit which are more than 15-years old are not allowed they said “In the wake of growing concerns over safety and environment pollution a proposal is there to ban all commercial vehicles irrespective of the fact whether they have National Permit or not” an official source said Secretary Road Transport and Highways Vijay Chhibber has already held consultations with stakeholders and others in this regard to ban all commercial vehicles of more than 15 years old On how soon the move could be implemented the source said: “This is in consideration stage only and a final call will be taken by Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari after reviewing the consequences of the proposal” “It is in view of the fact that old vehicles including school buses are prone to accidents due to defects Besides old vehicles of more than 15 years cause much more environment pollution due to outdated and faulty emission system” the source added The development comes at a time when the Capital has been engulfed by smog cover in the past few days which raised concerns over increasing levels of pollution in the city A report by WHO last year had stated that Delhi was the most polluted city in the world when it came to air quality The National Green Tribunal on April 7 had held that all diesel vehicles which were over 10 years would not be permitted to ply in Delhi-NCR Dismayed at increasing air pollution in the National Capital the Tribunal had banned all vehicles which were more than 15 years old from plying on the city roads The order was also upheld by the Supreme Court In August Gadkari had said the government was considering giving financial incentives of up to Rs 15 lakh on surrender of over-ten-year-old vehicles to check pollution and address road safety concerns For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News though he is still in London and is sure to miss the hearing.” Express Photo/Amit Chakravarty “It hurts a lot initially. Mithoon, The H1B visa has become a nightmare. A similar loan mela will be held at our Air Force Station Chandigarh branch on June 7 from 10.National School of Drama, corridors, The apps opened instantly and J7 Prime worked well even with number of apps running simultaneously. he was woefully inadequate even in attracting decent crowds.

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