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they seem less like bludgeons than in the past.both parities reached a compromise.exempt such bonafide entities. said the case had become a bargaining chip for Iran in its relations with Britain, a reigning star in the ’30s and ’40s, claiming that the state was facing a financial crisis?Maharashtra. This is a one-sided story, said Khosla Howevertalking to Chandigarh NewslineInspector General of the Police R P Upadhyaya said that the incident was very unfortunate and could have been avoided The constable should not have lost his temper and should have called the superiors instead of dealing with the advocates himself? said a senior police officer. neha.

Getty Images He said the BJP had criticised the Congress government’s Aadhaar and MGNREGA schemes when in opposition, Vaidya | Updated: December 15, Be tough & strong, He blamed the school and the civic agencies for the incident. I wanted to work after retirement.had expressed willingness to depose as a witness through video-conferencing. is not enough to man the population of around 60 lakhs, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsJames Ellsworth’s introduction of Ms. with 200 of them being killed or dying from pollution and starvation every year.

Reuters The Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill,Panchkula and six beds at Mani Majra Hospital will be available during the period. he said. "Same figures are now being passed off as new fund or investment, The spokesman said two people including a child were rescued from the avalanche site,there is a high prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome in patients with depression and of depression in patients with diabetes who visit the department, he added Low follow up: 40-50% dropout rate during treatment While the treatment of depression and other mental disorders is available at the PGIMERit is the low adherence to the treatment and increasing dropouts among the patients which is a matter of serious concern for the doctors Says Dr Sandeep Groverof the department? added.” Patil says. Instead,25 per square yard while taking the maximum rate granted by the collector and 25 per cent increase thereon.

@AshokRaghavan#AskTheCoachpic. The plaza is wide enough and has sufficient space for people to walk. A member of another association in the sector agreed that the pathways are of no purpose at all Instead of crossing a running roadit would be easier for pedestrians to walk across the plaza He added that with the matter being in courtthe step seems to have been taken in haste The issue had also been discussed at the Municipal Corporation Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) meet One of the membersHarjinder Kaursaid that it was discussed that it would not be feasible to make the parking lots vehicle-free Howeverthe construction of pedestrian pathways was not taken up at the committee meeting For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Published: May 6 2013 12:01 am Related News A new name is doing the rounds in the citys film production circuit Gabbar Lehragaga in Punjabs Sangrur district is ground zero for city-based thespian Samuel John This is where he carries out his work through theatreinvolving villagers and raising foot soldiers to be the new agents of change One such jawan is Gaurav Sharma aka Gabbar It was Samuelji who initiated us into theatreand made us realise its power? The vehicles were required to use the same route today for entering and exiting the parking lot due to the construction work on one side. The abovementioned corpse has to be retrieved by you within 24 hours, Chinnasamy informed his wife that the Committee had called for a meeting again, where the first Test will commence in Perth on 3 November. ICC chief executive David Richardson presented the mace to Misbah at the Gaddafi Stadium at Lahore? The number of moderately malnourished children in 2010-11 was 2,is offering a ‘spring recession special’ package and recently also sought to cash upon the buzz created by the controversies like Madoff ponzi scandal and the hefty bonus payouts at firms like AIG. Jajodia was ousted after an overwhelming vote against him in the No Confidence Motion was brought in at a Special General Meeting.

Bhai yeh cricket chal raha hai ya video game. Kitts and Nevis.Brangelina Exposed?which will hit the shelves later this year According to a press releasethe writer seeks to determine how the couple “have successfully manipulated the public into believing a glamorous fairytale that bears little resemblance to the reality of the pair’s life together” “Jolie’s personal lifestyle choices are not only affecting her growing family but causing serious and potentially irreparable tensions with Pitt” Us magazine quoted the release as saying The author of bestseller Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson further devotes pages to Pitt’s failed marriage with Jennifer Aniston and the “real reason” for their infamous break up Halperin then moves into Jolie’s dark pastreporting “new details of her volatile relationship with and estrangement from her father Jon Voighther struggles with suicidal impulsesher heroin useher sexual exploits and her remarkable rise to become an Oscar-winning actress” The key figure behind the scenes who orchestrated her makeover into a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador” is also introduced later For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter being critical of the Centre last week the editor of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) newspaper Namadhu MGR Marudhu Alaguraj has been removed from his position DNAreported on Wednesday The report said that he was found to be acting against thepolicies of the party Representational images AFP However an article in The Times of India said that he was not given any reason and that the party paper was given to VK Sasikala’s nephew Vivekfor management Vivek is said to havenoticed the ‘black sheep’ that brought the party a bad name Alaguraj told ANI that he had been dismissed for his article onPrime Minister Narendra Modi and Tamil Nadu-led-EPS governmentAfter the incident he blamed the prime minister for "snatching his pen" and said that "no dictatorship can stop him" According to reports a poem was published under the pen name ofChitraguptan in Saturday’s edition whichaccused the Centre of breaking the party into three factions and getting the party’s two-leaves symbol frozen In the poem ‘Kavi Adi Kazhagathi Azhi’ (paint saffron destroy AIADMK) there is criticism about BJP’s leadership style It also accusesthe central government of using governors as political agents and law enforcement agencies as weapons The Times of India report also said that the direction was issued by Jayalalithaa’s erstwhile manager Poongundran AIADMK-Amma deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran told reporters in Madurai that people who were against the policy of the paper were warned and reprimanded By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 15 2017 6:53 pm Kareena Kapoor was least interested to express her gratitude to the presenter Aishwarya Rai as well as the jury of the award Related News Like any other profession the wave of competition has not spared the Indian film industry This we say after getting hold of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s throwback video that has been going viral on the social media since Tuesday In this video from an award ceremony Aishwarya Rai is seen presenting an award to Kareena Kapoor But what gets our attention is Kareena Kapoor’s reaction on winning ‘Face of The Year’ award back in 2001 The actor who entered the film industry opposite Abhishek Bachchan in Refugee looked dispirited as she walked to the stage to collect her award Also in her thank you speech she looked uninterested in expressing her gratitude to the presenter as well as the jury of the award Now you might be wondering the reason behind Kareena’s rude behaviour So here’s the story behind it Kareena Kapoor was to star opposite Hrithik Roshan in his debut film Kaho Na Pyar Hai Various media reports suggest that Rakesh Roshan wanted Kareena to start her acting career with Hrithik and thus she was signed for the role of Sonia in the film But later Kareena walked out of the film This is when senior Roshan approached Ameesha Patel for the role and made her a star overnight when Kaho Na Pyaar Hai became a blockbuster In the same award ceremony where Kareena received the Face of The Year award Ameesha Patel was honoured with Best Debut (female) for Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai Probably this is the reason why Kareena looks so upset in the video that has surfaced on the internet Watch Kareena Kapoor’s reaction on winningan award in 2001 Well this is not the only movie that Bebo rejected and regretted later She was offered many movies like Black Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Kal Ho Naa Ho among others which later became well-celebrated films in the history of Indian cinema Once Kareena was quoted saying in an interview “There is no heroine like me who has left more films than I have and given them on a platter to everybody and said go do it I think I am mad…I am like if I don’t want to do a film I will not do it I would sit at home and enjoy party and travel” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: July 19 2017 1:05 am Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at M P Birla Planetarium in Kolkata on Tuesday (Express Photo by Subham Dutta) Top News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday inaugurated the upgraded M P Birla Planetarium which had been closed for around 28 months Speaking at the venue Mamata said her government will include the planetarium — which is the oldest in Asia and the second largest in the world — in the tourist map of the city “When I was in school I had once visited this planetarium From that day I was fond of this place Now after renovation students will love to see this new projection It is a unique and fabulous projection This place should be included in the Bengal tourist map so that more and more tourists can come and visit it” the chief minister said The planetarium which was established in 1962 has been upgraded after 52 years The revamped system will be open to the public starting July 22 The planetarium has installed a Carl Zeiss Hybrid Projection System with an opto-mechanical projector This system is capable of showing the night sky as it seen naturally and will create an immersive experience of the cosmos Around Rs 42 crore was spent for the renovation There will be seven shows per day from Monday to Saturday and on Sunday there will be nine shows at the planetarium The shows will be conducted in English Bengali and Hindi For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Updated: May 2 2017 5:41 am Chandigarh’s PGIMER (File photo) Top News INSIDE A small room of the Out Patient Department at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) 55-year-old Gurjeet Singh (name changed) explains his medical problem to the doctor The doctor too listens to Singh patiently But the conversation between these two is audible enough to other patients standing inside the room waiting for their turn When the doctor writes something on Gurjeet’s card other patients peer at it curiously As PGIMER battles a huge rush of patients each day the privacy of patients is just another casualty in north India’s medical premier hub “The government should think about the huge rush of patients” says Singh a Mohali resident as he comes out of the room “When I was talking to doctor I felt like I was sharing my problem with the entire public” Singh is not alone who complains about lack of privacy in the consultation room “There should be a controlled flow of patients to the rooms so that one can explain their problems to the doctor and without this thing in mind someone else is listening or waiting to take your seat” says Harmeet Singh a resident of Nawashahr in Punjab who had come with his mother to the orthopaedics department of the institute “It becomes difficult for a patient to explain his problem to the doctor in front of everybody” Read |PGI diaries II: ‘If doctors are available from 8 am it will obviously make someimpact’ Doctors agree that privacy of a patient is compromised in the situation prevailing at PGIMER “There are two sides to the problem — the practical aspect and the ideal aspect Ideally if a patient is sitting with the doctor no other person should be in the room because privacy of the patient is their right Another problem is of space and there are two doctors in the same room” says Dean of the Institute Dr Subhash Verma “In such situations when the information of a patient is too sensitive to share we take them to a space which is marked for examination” How can this problem be tackled “We can somehow solve the problem if a doctor sees fewer number of patients but the decision is somewhat difficult to take The patients also need to be disciplined enough that they don’t barge into the rooms when they should wait for their turn” says Dr Verma “Unless we start respecting each other’s privacy this is not going to happen any sooner We need more space and more doctors” PGI faculty association head Dr T D Yadav maintains numbers at OPD need to be reduced “Normally every disease is a secret and obviously it should not happen Why should a third person listen to the problem of another patient I guess the number of patients should be fixed” he says “It is desirable that we should maintain the privacy and secrecy of patients We have logistics problems and unfortunately we are not able to see to it” Also Read |PGI diaries I: 6 hours 2 queues 15 mins with doctor and an appointment for June is a day in the life of a patient Yadav complains that there is no effective security as well that would regulate the patient entry “This is a natural tendency of people that they do not wait for their turn but want everything first The thing can be tackled if the number of patients at OPD can be controlled A doctor is seeing more than 60 patients a day and I think it is no justice to the patients” he says A senior PGIMER official asserts that the problem will end only when the institute expands the infrastructure which has not been upgraded for a long period of time “We can’t deny the fact that such situations don’t happen The institute is in the process of upgrading the infrastructure We also have a plan for screening OPD as well In future things will improve and our focus is also on providing better treatment facilities at the institute” he says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: November 14 2013 5:29 am Related News The Congress party wants opinion polls banned Psephologistacademic and AAP ka member Yogendra Yadav wants them regulated And what of the viewers The viewers want to know which opinion poll to believe On the same daysame timeHeadlines Today and Times Now crunched the numbers and broadcast different results for the forthcoming assembly elections in five states While Headlines Today declared that BJP would sweep the polls (heycried Arvind Kejriwalthats my prerogative) in the Hindi heartland and win Delhiwhere AAP was struggling to convert popularity into seats.

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