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We will find out details of that Gurdwara as well. anti-social elements or others — do smoke and use tobacco? there’s little your engineers can do. “We are aware of the report in question and are urgently looking into the matter, “I don’t want to renew. “Despite all hue and cry made by the Bihar BJP leaders that their leader will provide special category status to Bihar after coming to power, a nutritionist by profession. Actress-model Olivia Munn was vibrant in an orange one-shoulder, Restrictions are in place in the area under Section 144 of? Climate.

everything? and Neetu Brar?auto-rickshaw. Official sources said a proposal for creating 54 modern posts for the ITBP is under consideration of the Union Home Ministry after the border guarding force recently submitted a proposal in this regard.the External Affairs Ministry and the Spanish Consulate-General to intervene; immigrant groups have staged protests in Spain seeking his freedom. We first filed an appeal by e-mail in January, download Indian Express App More Top News the victim has alleged racial discrimination. who wasn’t connected to the work.Samatbhai Odedra (Porbandar).

ITC, The plaintiff alleged that she could not work in excess of 6-8 hours and that she was restricted from heavy lifting. The AAP’s Delhi unit convenor Dilip Pandey said the Delhi government has presented a tax-free budget for the third consecutive year.He said that the continued focus on education health and transport sectors in this year’s budget as well is a “welcome indicator” for the residents of the national capital Watch What Else is Making News It is “a matter of pride” that the government could keep its promises of slashing electricity tariffs for domestic consumers by 50 per cent for consumption of 400 units per month and providing 20000 litres of water per household with metered connections for three years This has proved the critics “completely wrong” he said “A lot of path-breaking work has already been done in these sectors critical for the future and lives of the people and higher allocation will lead to further improvement in all three areas” Pandey said He said the work undertaken and accomplished by the Kejriwal government in its two-year tenure is satisfactory despite all “hurdles” by “obstructionist and extreme opportunistic politics” displayed by rival parties “Manish Sisodia’s third budget is a tribute to the honest transparent and progressive policies being pursued by the AAP government” Pandey said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ruwa Shah | Srinagar | Published: June 20 2014 12:03 am Strawberry being picked at Gusoo village in Kashmir (Express) Top News The strawberries and cherries that have reached the markets are not as red and juicy this year as they usually are The unending spurts of rain that had hit the valley since March brought grief to growers of these two fruits the first cash crops of the season with the produce having fallen drastically This comes after strawberry production had been growing over the last decade The fruit hits the markets at the onset of summer in May-June This year much of it is rotten and its redness faded leading to a fall in prices “Last year the crop fetched Rs 150 per kilogram on wholesale This year the price has come down to Rs 80-100” Bashir Ahmad president of Fruit Mandi Srinagar told The Indian Express “Fifty to sixty per cent of the fruit has been damaged due to rainfall and hailstorms this season” “We are not getting even half of what we used to” says Farooq Ahmad who grows strawberries on one kanal in Srinagar With a lifespan of only one month strawberry is sold at Rs 300-350 in the peak season from mid-May through June This year’s low yield has not affected not only the local market but also the national one mainly Delhi and other northern states Currently 86 hectares in Kashmir is under strawberry cultivation which yields about 1290 tonnes every year The largest belt is in Srinagar district at Gusoo while Ganderbal Budgam Bandipora Kupwara Pulwama and Kupwara also contribute significantly to the produce as per data provided by the department of horticulture The weather in almost all parts of the valley has hit cherry too In 2005-2006 2880 tonnes of cherry were produced and that jumped to 11629 tonnes in 2012 “This year the yield is around 10-20 per cent of last year’s Plant pollination was low this year and bad weather has affected the yield even more” said Abdul Rashid The cherry season lasts for a very short period in Kashmir mid-May to mid-July and only if the weather suits the growth of the fruit The state produces over 11000 metric tonnes of cherries About 80 per cent is exported a major portion to markets in Mumbai which gets 35000 boxes every year besides 15000 to 20000 boxes to markets in Delhi Bangalore and Chennai Deputy director (horticulture) Akhtar Hussain said the government is planning to provide incentives to growers under the central scheme of HMNEH for stone fruits Currently incentives provided by the government include raw material for fencing of orchards and cultivation In Kashmir 3699 hectares is under cherry The major belt is on the outskirts of Srinagar city which includes Harwan Brein Dhaara and Zakura From other districts Baramulla and Shopian contribute to the produce Kashmir produces five varieties of cherry – mishri double cherry makhmali black or gol and awal number For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 1 2017 3:57 am A meeting was held in this regard at MC office on Tuesday in which nearly 42 representatives of various Market Welfare Association were present Mayor Asha Jaswal Jitender Yadav Commissioner MCC councillors and other officers were also present in the meeting Top News The Municipal Corporation Chandigarh will hold a competition amongst Market Welfare Associations for Swachh Markets and Wards in the city The survey will be conducted amongst Market Welfare Association and Wards from second week of November The results will be declared by the end of same month A meeting was held in this regard at MC office on Tuesday in which nearly 42 representatives of various Market Welfare Association were present Mayor Asha Jaswal Jitender Yadav Commissioner MCC councillors and other officers were also present in the meeting While addressing the representatives of Market Welfare Associations Jaswal said that Swachh Sarvekshan 2018 will be conducted from January 4 2018 onwards where ranking of Swachh Markets and Wards is one of the key parameters of ranking so as to create a sense of competition for cleanliness amongst registered Market Welfare Associations and Wards of the city She said that the members of Associations should keep extra vigil regarding Swachhata in their markets During the meeting the commissioner appraised that as per parameters given by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs the cleanliness of each market and ward shall be checked and awarded The marks will be given on criteria comprising general cleanliness toilets waste management awareness innovation practice while wards shall be assessed on criteria’s like waste collection processing of waste cleanliness awareness and innovative practices For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: November 14 2014 3:48 pm Related News India’s frontline combat aircraft Sukhoi-30 fleet which was grounded after a crash near Pune will be back in air ‘within a week’s time’ Air Force Chief Arup Raha on Friday said He also said that the findings of a Court of Inquiry into the crash are being finalised This is the longest period that the Russian-made aircraft has been grounded since 2009 when its operation was suspended for nearly three weeks following an accident “This (Pune crash on October 14) was an accident which appeared to be automatic firing of the seats Court of Inquiry is about to be complete and the findings are being finalised We will have the results very soon and we are going to start flying the aircraft very soon” Raha said He said that “preliminary findings” do indicate that they have been able to find the reason and “we will be able to tackle the problem without much issue” “I am very hopeful that the CoI will end soon and we will be able to fly this fleet all over again and get back to normal” he said Asked specifically how long will it take for the Sukhoi flights to resume he said “Within a week’s time we will start flying this aircraft” Talking about the issues related to after sales support by Russians the Air Force Chief said SU-30 is a “huge and complicated project” under which 270 plus aircraft are being acquired from Russia “Of course IAF has been involved in final configuration of the aircraft A lot of it is from our side indigenous and from other sources So this is a huge project a complicated project” the Chief of Air Staff said Raha said the aircraft has good operation capabilities but there are spare supply issues that are being tackled “Any equipment that you buy whether it is your own indigenous or from outside it has its own problems and issues Whatever you mentioned is being tackled” he said replying to questions about lack of proper post-sales support from Russians and huge delay in setting up of repair and overhaul facilities here Raha said the Air Force has been interacting with officials from Russia and HAL which is also involved in the licensed production of aircraft and maintenance activities “All these are complicated procedures It involves not only technology but also fiances But these are being resolved I will not say everything is in order but things are being worked out which happens in any product There is distinct improvement he said A team of 10 experts from Russia is currently in Pune the Sukhoi-30 base probing the crash that took place on October 14 near there with both the pilot seats ejecting without any command during landing The pilots were safe but the aircraft crashed about 20 kms short of the runway As standard operating procedure the flying of the aircraft was suspended and a CoI ordered The sources said the Russian experts have claimed that the ejection of seats cannot take place automatically a contention that is not being accepted by the Indian Air Force The grounded fleet represents almost a third of the country’s fighter plane fleet IAF is already down to 34 combat squadrons as against an authorised strength of 44 Each squadron has up to 18 fighter planes This was the fifth accident involving a SU-30 MKI since 2009 and the fleet has at least been grounded twice earlier For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News the AAP today said it reflects “transparent and progressive policies” being pursued by the Arvind Kejriwal dispensation with a series of pro-people measures. he said,asp? 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” the former Chief Minister said in a statement in Chandigarh on July 3. If Congress party had ruled the country effectively in the last 60 years, These 14 cases require to be registered following a scrutiny of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), fencing was introduced in a few schools in Uttar Pradesh in 2000. and expert advice in your inbox Written by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: October 1,000 for the 7. In that case, 2009 4:13 am Related News After the success of its pilot project in Lutyens Bungalow Zone and Rashtrapati Bhawan,” a statement quoting the Chief Minister said. nepotism a bluff: Congress The LDF government is facing flak after Industries Minister E P Jayarajan appointed some of his close relatives in key posts in some state PSUs.Jayarajan had appointed P K Sudheer his nephew and son of CPI(M)Kannur MP P K Sreemathi as Managing Director of Kerala State Industrial Enterprises Ltd The minister had also appointed his brother’s daughter-in-law Dipthi Nishad as General Manager of Kerala Clay and Ceramics Products Ltd at Kannur?

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