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no’’, it “taught South Africa a lesson” for choosing Haroon Lorgat as head of its cricket board ignoring its “concerns”. No parent checks the board website regularly. G Mehtaa parent of a student of Arya Vidya Mandir in Bandrasaid? We have received 25 suggestions/comments on the the proposed syllabus through emails and letters. He said there had been two points of view in the party in case of an adverse verdict; one supporting the option of going into early election justifying that it would not let Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) exploit the situation and the PML-N would easily retain its position in next polls. authorities said. the report said.
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who retired from professional tennis in 2012, India must be patient with him” “When Yuvraj got going,” he said.” he said.she adds. the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimated in 2013, 2015 1:03 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express, how correct she is, Mohammad Amir dismissed Samarawickrama.(FULL SCORECARD) Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test Day 1: As it happened TEAMS: Pakistan: Shan Masood Sami Aslam Azhar Ali Asad Shafiq Babar Azam Haris Sohail Sarfraz Ahmed(w/c) Mohammad Amir Yasir Shah Wahab Riaz Mohammad Abbas Sri Lanka:Dimuth Karunaratne Kaushal Silva Sadeera Samarawickrama Kusal Mendis Dinesh Chandimal(c) Niroshan Dickwella(w) Dilruwan Perera Rangana Herath Suranga Lakmal Lahiru Gamage Nuwan Pradeep For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: February 9 2017 6:31 pm Related News With battlelines drawn between allies Shiv Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the politically crucial Mumbai municipality polls and elections for other local bodies in Maharashtra the Congress which is the principal Opposition party has got the jitters Party insiders confirmed that the party fears ceding media space to the warring allies in the build-up to the elections which might impact its poll campaign Watch What Else Is Making News: A senior party leader who wished not to be named felt there was a reason for the party to be wary In November 2015 the Shiv Sena and the BJP had similarly waged a poll battle against each other in the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) polls Their high-voltage campaign had virtually knocked the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party out of contention even before the polling day The saffron allies later patched up to form the ruling coalition in KDMC Keen to avoid a repeat the Congress poll managers for Mumbai now have plans to field local heavyweights in Mumbai and other local bodies “We plan to field strong candidates who will keep the party voter intact” confirmed Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam To remain relevant in the public eye the plan said insiders is also to release a ‘populist’ election manifesto promising freebies Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam even launched a frontal attack against the Shiv Sena and the BJP on Friday “Shiv Sena’s announcement of contesting polls separately is nothing but empty election rhetoric If Uddhav Thackeray (Shiv Sena chief) has the guts he must first withdraw its ministers from the Centre and the state governments Fighting like dogs while sharing power is cheap and misleading Also if the BJP says that the Shiv Sena has deserted it it must dump them from the government before seeking people’s mandate” Nirupam said Nirupam fired another salvo “The Shiv Sena and the BJP haven’t really split They are only misleading the people to shield each other from the blame for corruption and the scams in the municipality Both the Shiv Sena and the BJP are jointly responsible for these Our campaign will expose them both” he said Former Maharashtra minister and party’s Mumbai poll strategy formulation chief Suresh Shetty echoed Nirupam “While Uddhav Thackeray has said that he won’t forge electoral alliances with the BJP in future he should also declare that he won’t join hands with the BJP after the poll” he said Party’s sitting legislator Amin Patel added “The BMC has been a scam-bed in the last two decades Both the Shiv Sena and the BJP are partners-in-crime Neither can shy away from the responsibility” Nirupam stated that the Shiv Sena-BJP split was a “boon for the Congress” Senior party leaders privately admitted the party would have been more at ease if the two saffron parties were to contest as an alliance As part of its election strategy the party now has plans to release a “chargesheet” over scams and misrule of the Shiv Sena-BJP in the civic body Former Union Minister and party MP Shashi Tharoor is expected to release this chargesheet on January 30 Incidentally the Nationalist Congress Party too labelled Shiv Sena’s announcement of contesting polls separately as a “farce” The party’s Mumbai chief and former Maharashtra minister Sachin Ahir said “The Shiv Sena is fooling people of the state It should first step out of the NDA government in the Centre and the BJP-led government in the state for it to be taken seriously” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Published: June 17 2017 5:24 am Surjit Singh is currently posted with Moga traffic police Top News A Punjab police head constable was arrested with drugs and cache of ammunition from his residence in village Kanian Kalan of sub-division Dharamkot in district Moga Thursday evening Shockingly it was not the first time that this policeman identified as Surjit Singh and currently posted with Moga traffic police was arrested A few years back he was named in an FIR at Mansa after illegal ammunition (200 rounds of 9 mm bullets) was recovered from him He was also dismissed from police services but reinstated a again few months back Acting on a tip-off the Ludhiana rural police conducted a joint raid with Moga police at his residence Thursday late The police claimed recovery of 250 grams of heroin apart from a cache of ammunition Speaking to The Indian Express Jasvir Singh DSP Dharamkot said that earlier also the suspect was booked under Arms Act dismissed from police services and reinstated later “He was booked under Arms Act after recovery of 200 rounds of 9 mm bullets which are for restricted use by policemen only He had kept them illegally after stealing them from the police department He was dismissed from services and reinstated a few months back” The interrogation of the suspect is going on and he was sent to one-day police remand on Friday The initial probe has revealed he used to consume as well as sell drugs “His family is claiming he is innocent but we have evidence of his involvement in the drug business He used to get drugs for his personal use as well as for selling it to others He also used to be absent from his duty for hours and often came for duty under influence We are interrogating him further about his links with drug suppliers and his customers” said DSP Meanwhile the police have recovered at least 8 magazines of high-calibre weapons from the suspect including three of SLR one of AK-47 one of sten gun two of carbine and one of 762 mm rifle Also 62 live cartridges of AK-47 weapon have been recovered along with a breechblock and a bolt of 762 mm rifle “We are investigating that from where he got access to this ammunition and for what purpose and if they were stolen from police department” the DSP said The FIR against the suspect has been filed under the NDPS Act at Dharamkot police station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 4 2017 11:36 pm The National Green Tribunal (Express Photo) Top News The EDMC’s proposal to set up an alternative landfill site in Ghonda Gujran in east Delhi was today rejected by an NGT-constituted panel on the grounds of the site being situated in an environmentally-sensitive zone near the Yamuna river the mayor said Senior officials of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation including its Commissioner discussed about the proposed site spread over 150 acres which falls in zone ‘O’ “The NGT-constituted principal committee rejected our proposal to set up the site at Ghonda Gujran near Maujpur saying the area near Yamuna is ecologically sensitive and ‘khadar’ (low-lying alluvial soil area located next to a river)” East Delhi Mayor Neema Bhagat told PTI Before allotting of any site by the DDA to the civic bodies a clearance from the National Green Tribunal (NGT) is mandatory The principal committee has 19 members she said The meeting came close on the heels of an accident in east Delhi triggered by the collapse of a portion of the towering Ghazipur landfill in which two people lost their lives and five others were injured “People of Ranikhera are protesting so EDMC experts have identified a spot near the Ghazipur landfill Now the waste is being diverted there Since it is also Eid time so a lot of animal waste is being generated So it is important that those waste are disposed appropriately to prevent any health hazard” she said In the wake of the accident on Friday Lt Governor Anil Baijal had on Saturday imposed a ban on dumping of garbage at the Ghazipur landfill site and the waste meant for it was to be diverted to a temporary site in Ranikhera near the Delhi-Haryana border However the decision was met with angry protests from the residents of Ranikhera who vowed not to let the garbage being dumped there The mayor said the 45-m high landfill at Ghazipur was saturated in 2002 only and the civic body has been “looking for an alternative site for long time but a clearance from the NGT is needed” The East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) manages the landfill site that was started in 1984 and is spread over 29 acres According to officials the permissible height for a garbage dump is 20 metres Every day 2500-3000 metric tonnes of garbage are dumped at the Ghazipur site The humongous heap sits like a Leviathan with eagles and crows circling even as the stench from the mountain of trash fills the air In the wake of the ban on dumping of garbage at Ghazipur earlier a decision was taken to divert the waste to Bhalswa landfill site (about 50-metre high) but as it is already used way beyond its saturation a new site in Ranikhera was identified Incidentally the EDMC in last November had signed an MoU with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for using the solid waste from the site in the construction of Delhi-Meerut Expressway a section of the NH-24 “The NHAI has assured the L-G that it will begin the process of lifting segregating and processing of the solid waste by November 2017 for its use in road construction” the mayor said “We will meet the L-G to see how we can resolve the issue of finding an alternative landfill site” Bhagat said The other major dumping sites in the city are in Okhla and Narela-Bawana Meanwhile Leader of Congress in North Delhi Municipal Corporation Mukesh Goel today hit out at the BJP-led corporation and said the “situation of Bhalswa site is explosive” and if the waste dumping is not stopped there there would be protests For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 19 2017 11:58 am Nathan Coulter-Nile picked up three wickets in the first ODI against India (Source: Reuters) Related News Nathan Coulter-Nile has had a strenuous period over the past two years with injuries In September 2015 he suffered a recurring hamstring injury to miss the ODI series against England Thereafter he dislocated his shoulder while playing in the Big Bash League which ruled him out of an Australia comeback with a Test debut against the West Indies If that wasn’t bad enough the seamer suffered a lower back issue in 2016 to rule him out of the Sri Lankan tour After a lengthy rehabilitation period Coulter-Nile returned to play in the IPL where he claimed 15 wickets in eight matches for the Kolkata Knight Riders His selection for the national side was still unclear but injuries to Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood meant Coulter-Nile was back in the fray and included in the ODI squad for India series And on Sunday he started off brightly by taking three wickets in his opening spell “There were definitely periods where I wondered if I was ever going to play for Australia again” Coulter-Nile toldcricketcomauafter taking 3/44 in the first ODI in Chennai “I was always confident I could play for WA (Western Australia) and get through a domestic season That’s a lot easier than the rigours and travel of playing for Australia But it’s yet to be seen if I can get through an Aussie tour yet “I thought long and hard about [giving up first-class cricket] and I ended up trying to give it another crack After talking to JL (Justin Langer) and a few blokes I think it’d just be mad to give up the dream at 29” “I think it’s the dream of every kid playing in Australia” he said “It’s not about earning money in the IPL it’s about playing Test cricket and representing your country on the big stage” Coulter-Nile has only played 17 ODIs and as many T20s in his five years in cricket but sees himself up there with the likes of Starc Hazlewood and Pat Cummins in the pecking order? 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