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He was asked similar questions on the location of a blanket reportedly found on the terrace of the house as well as about the sequence followed when evidence was collected For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: October 17 2013 5:10 am Related News Revenue patwar union of Ludhiana is on strike protesting against registration of FIR against Patwari Jaspreet Singh on corruption charges The strike comes at a time when people are running to revenue offices for colony regularisation work done The members will strike till their demands are acceptedthey indicated Interestinglythe FIR was registered against Jaspreet Singh last week after DC Rajat Aggarwal saw a CD recording shown by anti-corruption board of India in which Patwari took Rs 3000 DC after watching the CD himself got the FIR registered Howeverthe Patwaris said that FIR was registered on October 10 and after thatthe union members have come across 3 more patial videos by various organisations in which patwaris have been shown pocketing money The union members stated that they were being black mailed the by organisations with vested interests and the money they take are government fee For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Updated: December 29 2015 4:47 am Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav flags off a 500-km cycle yatra to be undertaken by cyclist Hari Shankar Yadav from his official residence in Lucknow on Monday (Vishal Srivastav) Related News IN A major affirmation of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s plan to make Lucknow bicycle-friendly the capital city by the end of 2016 would be boasting of having the country’s largest cycle track network — of about 270 km This will be in accordance with the state government’s wish to promote “green and non-motorised transport” Of the entire 270-km-long network running across various parts of the city a 35-km-stretch costing Rs 31 crore has already been constructed while another 31 km costing Rs 34 crore is under construction Completing the network will be the project covering the 204-km-long stretch about which the state’s Public Works Department (PWD) has been informed and instructed and an estimated Rs 136 crore likely to find mention in the upcoming budget for the year 2016-17 Soon after his visits to Amsterdam in The Netherlands Berlin (Germany) and Paris (France) in the recent past an inspired Akhilesh had set about to turn the city’s transportation structure by studying the models used in these countries Ever since state officials have kept themselves busy trying to find the best viable option for the tracks in Lucknow In respect to that the areas that the officials have finally agreed on include a stretch that begins from Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport on Kanpur road This network would cover places such as Telibag Bangla Bazaar Bakshi Ka Talab on Sitapur road Madiaon Vikas Nagar Khurram Nagar Kursi Road Nirala Nagar Aliganj and Kapoorthala to reach Chinhat and Gomti Nagar areas with various parking lots running in between On Faizabad Road a 21-km-long stretch would connect major portions of Outer Ring Road including parts of Indira Nagar area The stretch would connect Gomti Nagar extension and Shaheed Path While the Chief Minister has relentlessly gone about giving shape to his dream project the already constructed stretches have not proved to be a major hit among the citizens so far When V K Singh chief engineer of PWD central zone was asked about the utility of the project under such circumstances the official who is in charge of the project and travelled to various countries to study their models said “With Lucknow coming on a par with cities like Delhi on pollution parameters and the national capital already talking about pollution control and restraining use of vehicles it would not be long before Lucknow is also forced to adopt measures to ensure clean air for its residents” He explained that the idea is to “create an infrastructure and then create awareness about the green transport” The bottlenecks obstructing the existing network include crossings bridges electricity poles and trees among others with officials’ focus set on figuring out how to manage smooth movement of traffic along these tracks While some countries have separate electronic signals for cycle lanes officials here are not yet sure whether it would work in a city like Lucknow The chief engineer cites tracks in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar as the best in the country followed by some stretches in cities like Pune and Delhi Even Bhubaneswar however he said does not have such a large network Sources say that the government at a later stage plans to move beyond the tracks to set up foot-cum-cycle bridge on river Gomti although the viability would largely depend on budgetary allocations A senior official said that a team of PWD officials from Gandhinagar in Gujarat visited Lucknow to study the existing cycle track model furthered the government’s plan and boosted the project to include more areas “A letter from PWD Principal Secretary Gujarat said they wanted to study our model gave us hope and encouragement that we can excel in this area” the official said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 14 2016 6:45 pm Prachi Desai feels the content on the far-reaching medium is in a dismal state of affairs Related News Shows that are progressive in outlook are the need of the hour on Indian television says actress Prachi Desai who feels the content on the far-reaching medium is in a dismal state of affairs Prachi moved into the film world after successfully establishing her name with a lead role as Bani in the once-popular daily soap “Kasamh Se” which dealt with the trials and tribulations of three sisters With no immediate plans to return to the small screen medium for a fiction show Prachi told IANS in an interview: “Honestly (Indian) television right now makes me really sad It is a huge sign of worry” “Looking at where the country is going and the things that are happening around us we should open our eyes and give content to the people accordingly I am not saying that the medium is a social service but TV impacts so many people on so many different levels in a huge way” she added The 27-year-old actress whose latest Bollywood release is “Azhar” strongly believes that since TV caters to a huge audience “we definitely need way better content and not content which is so regressive and just so shocking at every level” “We need to improve so much… Years ago we used to have way more advanced shows in terms of outlook and relatability” added the “Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai” actress Read More Having played roles featuring her in a mature and calm demeanour in most of her films and in her debut TV show too Prachi says that she has no idea why this stereotyping happened In fact she would love to be cast in more fun roles “Ask my directors why they give me such roles I honestly have no idea myself I am completely opposite My roles are beyond my age too “On one hand I should be happy that inspite of not being this person in reality I am able to bring such maturity in my roles but at the same time I should be having a lot more fun closer to my age… Pair me up with younger actors who do more youth-based films” she said In “Azhar” which narrates the highs and lows of Mohammad Azharuddin’s life for most of the 1990s Prachi essays the first wife of India’s former cricket captain Asked if the trend of biopics is becoming an overdose for the audiences the “Bol Bachchan” actress said: “Trend is a pattern with everything — be it fashion or cinema Everyone wants to dabble in that until it reaches its saturation point I am extremely happy about the trend I think human stories are alwaysinteresting Each life has a story each human has a different story” She feels that the biopic trend should go on for a longer time Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kamaal Saiyed Panchayat Polls Gujarat Panchayat Polls | Surat | Published: December 31 2016 5:13 am Top News The niece of state tribal forest and tourism minister Ganpat Vasava who contested as sarpanch lost Divya Amarsinh Vasava contested for the post of sarpanch from the minister’s native place Wadi Grampanchayat in Tapi district Divya is also the daughter of retired Superintendent of Police Amarsinh Vasava She lost the election by merely 42 votes to Sapna Bhupendra Vasava daughter of a retired mamlatdar who got 1565 votes The results were announced on Friday Watch What Else Is Making News: BJP ex-MLA from Navsari Karshan Patel and a family member Madhu Patel contested from Dhakvada gram panchayat in Gandevi taluka for the post of sarpanch After the results were announced she lost the election by 712 votes to rival candidate Sunita Patel In Surat district’s Ena village in Bardoli taluka which has majority NRIs there was a tough fight between the mother and the daughter who were contesting for the post of member from ward no 7 in grampanchayat election Mother Ganga Rathod won the election defeating her daughter Parvati For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: December 12 2016 3:30 am While cases of people receiving calls from fraudsters pretending to be from the RBI have gone up the other traditional cases like bank fraud and hacking have gone down since November 8 Top News Post demonetisation the cyber police in Mumbai have seen a varied trend in the types of crimes being registered with them While cases of people receiving calls from fraudsters pretending to be from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have gone up the other traditional cases like bank fraud and hacking have gone down since November 8 DCP (cyber) Sachin Patil while explaining the changing trend said that normally in cases of bank account fraud or hacking accused transfer money into a fraudulent account opened using fake documents They then make big withdrawals from ATM and flee with the money Their modus operandi is to ensure that they flee with the cash within a day or two before the police can track them own Watch What Else is Making News “These criminals do not go to banks to withdraw money as the chances of getting caught there are higher with the security staff and CCTV cameras in place They normally enter ATMs by covering their face and make these withdrawals Currently even if they manage to transfer money they would only be able to make smaller withdrawals of Rs 2000 or Rs 2500 at ATMs” the officer said The officer added “If they keep the money in the account for a longer period they risk getting caught by the police Hence over the past month we hardly have had any cases of bank fraud or where large amounts are involved” Currently majority of the cases that the cyber police have been registering is about fraud calls where people pretending to be calling from RBI or from local banks dupe people into giving their bank details The officer added that as a thumb rule people should desist from giving out their bank details to anyone over the phone For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News Rampachodavaram. Reuters Will he, with the caption: “I’m going to the Olympics. 2013 12:36 am Related News The Delhi International Airport (P) Ltd (DIAL) has been asked by the Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal (MACT) to pay Rs 81 lakh compensation to the families of two employees who died after their fire tender overturned during a time-test drill. He had engaged a broker Ramesh Thadeshwar (58) to help him find prospective sellers, Mohali, who is tasked with a high-profile case of figuring out the whereabouts of some members of a group of youngsters, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: August 18.

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A DSP we all knew well lost his composure and started screaming abuses, no more than 19 or 20 possibly, The busy traffic policeman, he said. But Ball might have detected something — apparently oblivious to the rest of the world — that offered him a glimmer of hope. said that he would not join any party to campaign in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls. Police have booked the five on charges of causing death due to negligence (Sec 304 A), The initial inquiry conducted by the hospital had given a clean chit to almost all hospital staffers.

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