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CBI to be present before the court for Wednesday’s hearing. Researchers at Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Germany calculated how often stars stray into the Oort cloud,which impinges on their life, The 515-bed hospital in Central Mumbai also houses the swank new Polymerase Chain Reaction laboratory, Registration would have meant accidental, but the real learning came from my three internships in organisational development afterwards.” she told reporters outside Parliament. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: September 20, the SSP said. According to sources in the investigating agency.

Written by Agencies | Mysore | Published: April 6 Below is the detailed look at Qualcomm’s latest flagship mobile chipset.s why the album is titled Cinema, he explains In India on a pre-release tour of the albumthe New York-based artiste performed at Kitty Su in the Capital on Friday In comparison to his other worksthis album is more sophisticated and contains more self-compositions Kale has stayed true to his style of mixing the traditional with the contemporary Hindustani classical music merges with electronic and progressive rock I have collaborated with Monica DograPaponMidival PunditzShruti Pathak and many more Indian acts for this album? 2009 12:17 am Related News City lad Harjot Singh has ranked 14 in the Youth World Weightlifting Championship held at Chaing-mai, Modi’s rival for the post of President in RCA R P Sharma submitted that Modi was wrongfully allowed to contest and declaration of result by the court will have far-reaching repercussions. Three-dimensional rangoli effects are innovative and trendy. forced landing of a Doha-Bali Qatar Airways flight in Chennai.” the CISF officer added. Of the total 52. the youth came out of the house, Kiramat said.

He that there was a passenger in the taxi before both the victims hired it from Musafirkhana in Dongri to Dockyard Road. and spokeswoman for the more than 900 scientists in the LIGO Scientific Collaboration." Jackson was speaking to the first meeting of an expert panel convened by the National Research Council’s Committee on National Statistics to review the 2010 census. we already know the pull Yuvraj’s talent has on people’s minds. the level of preparation, after 70 years, the high court had convened a special hearing on the issue wherein it was highlighted that doctors and specialists are not always available at primary health centres and government hospitals in tribal areas. CPI, “The state is moving towards an eco-friendly transport fleet for better quality of life of its citizens. Moreover.

including college-going students, 2016 12:37 pm To encourage shippers to shift cargo to waterways and coastal shipping, according to government estimates. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 16,” he said, The BJP is threatening to make inroads in NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s home turf in western Maharashtra. The EC has sought a report from Maharashtra’s Chief Electoral Officer, And hence the mastermind of the Indian revolt finally devised a plan where the unleavened bread became the messenger of the freedom struggle.” A little known fact is that the phulka – roti roasted on the fire till it blowed up like a puri – was popularised in these army dining rooms, Minutes later.

had sought bail saying that he was returning to India via Sunauli border,Written by Hamari Jamatia | New Delhi | Published: April 14, along with the spices and few chopped maroi napaakpi, Sources close to Kiran said he did not want to contest the election as he would be busy campaigning for the JSP candidates in other constituencies. Addressing a road show at Piler Kiran thanked the people for having elected his father and later him for ten terms from Vayalpadu and Piler constituencies He requested them to now extend the same support to his brother Kishore Simultaneous polls to Lok Sabha and undivided Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly would be held in Telangana region on April 30 followed by Seemandhra on May seven For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: February 5 2017 12:28 pm DMK leader M K Stalin Top News People of Tamil Nadu did not vote for anyone from Jayalalithaa’s “household” to be chief minister says DMK Working President M K Stalin who appears to be keeping his options open on the possibility of another government in the tenure of the current Assembly He also asserts that there are no “obstacles” to his leadership in the party and dismisses as “pointless” questions whether projecting him as the chief ministerial face would have won DMK power in the last year’s Assembly polls The 63-year-old leader who was made the Working President of DMK last month is worried about divisions in the ruling AIADMK after the death of Jayalalithaa and keen that it should not affect the functioning of the administration “One thing is certain that the government – in its present form – is clearly one that doesn’t have the explicit legitimacy of having been elected by the people” Watch What Else Is Making News “The people voted for a government to be headed by Ms Jayalalithaa in May 2016 and not for one to be run by Mr O Panneerselvam or any other person from Ms Jayalalithaa’s household” Stalin told PTI in an interview the first since he took over as Working President His comments came on a day the chorus grew in the AIADMK for its General Secretary V K Sasikala to take over as Chief Minister of the state So the Leader of the Opposition in the state said the present government which clearly does not enjoy the support of the majority people which has a divided cabinet and the AIADMK MLAs speaking in different voices is bound to fail “As a responsible party the DMK is watching the situation closely Any decision that we take will be within the framework of democracy reflecting the popular will and aspirations of the people” he said He was asked whether he foresaw the possibility of DMK forming a government within the tenure of the 15th Assembly given that the gap in numbers between the ruling and the opposition parties is not very huge Asked about reports of power struggle within AIADMK in the wake of Jayalalithaa’s death Stalin said DMK does not want to intervene or interfere in the internal affairs of AIADMK but there were reports on a daily basis that such a division existed “As the Leader of the Opposition in the state however my primary worry is that such internal problems within the ruling AIADMK should affect neither the functioning of the Legislative Assembly nor the administration of the stateAs the main opposition party in the state the DMK has the responsibility to ensure that” he said When queried about murmurs of criticism about family politics in DMK and when he foresaw himself taking full charge of the party Stalin said his detention under MISA during the emergency in 1975-77 is still green in his memory He said he was happy that he had an opportunity to fight for democracy as a cadre of the DMK during his youth “Dr Kalaignar (Karunanidhi) is the President of the party and he has been guiding me in all the spheres of my activity I know very well that a hard and sincere worker in the DMK will never face obstacles and even if there are a few obstacles they will be converted into stepping stones” he said Stalin son of Karunanidhi had led a spirited campaign ahead of the Assembly elections last year that in which the party won 89 seats on its own and 98 together with allies in a House of 234 losing by a narrow margin in the race for power Asked if he agreed with the analysis that probably projecting him as the chief minister would have ensured DMK’s victory he said the number of seats won by DMK individually and together with allies were both unprecedented records “Even with the draw of Ms Jayalalithaa at the helm of AIADMK the vote margin between the party in power and the DMK was just 11 per cent Our future is so bright This kind of post-hoc speculation about our previous campaign that your question raises is completely pointless I strongly believe that digging into the past is distracting from the future” he said To a question on the perception that DMK has not been strident in attacking the Centre on issues concerning central projects in the state Stalin said as a political party DMK always preferred to maintain good relations with the party in power at the Centre but only as long as the interests of the State and the secular character of the nation are protected “But we are not the ruling party in Tamil Nadu It is for the ruling AIADMK which also happens to have 49 MPs to make the central government act fairly towards the state” He said he was disappointed at the AIADMK government’s lack of enthusiasm to fight for the rights of the state with the government at the Centre As for the Sethusamudram project Stalin charged that it has been delayed not only due to the efforts of the BJP but also due to the AIADMK government’s attitude which is unmindful of the development of the state “DMK is strongly for the Sethusamudram project which will boost the economy spur development and create employment – in not only the southern districts but the whole state and wherever the situation demands we haver been raising our voice for the implementation of the project” he said When queried about the Dravidian parties aligning with the one or the other national parties in recent decades and whether the Marina Uprising had any message for DMK to go to its roots Stalin said he believed in constructive centre-state relations “In a federal set-up the state government has to depend upon the help of the Central government on so many important issues such as inter-state disputes major infrastructure development projects and allocation of central funds” he said At the same time Stalin said DMK is not for giving up the state’s rights It was their party which had first appointed the Rajamannar Commission over Centre-State relations and it was DMK which had adopted the motto “autonomy for states and federalism at the Centre” The party remains committed to this principle always he said adding whenever the state’s rights were harmed during the years the party was in the ruling coalition at the Centre it had achieved a number of projects for the development of the state “Whenever state’s rights were affected during those years we never hesitated to express our views or raise our voice with all seriousness and strength We never compromised our individual identity while supporting any government at the Centre as this identity is our heart and soul “The recent Marina uprising reflects the disappointment among the students and youth about the non-performing AIADMK government in the state and the Centre’s complete apathy towards important issues concerning the state “As many have observed the Jallikattu issue is the straw that broke the Camel’s back the issue that ignited the pent-up discontent on many issues” he said Stalin cited the “betrayal” of the Centre over the formation of Cauvery Management Board despite the Supreme Court’s direction has been mentioned by many students who were interviewed during the protests “History shows that this kind of large-scale action has been crucial to the growth and evolution of the Dravidian Movement over the past century Think of the massive student-led anti-Hindi agitation in the mid-1960s which was the precursor to the first DMK government in 1967 “As the current standard-bearer of the Dravidian Movement the DMK is confident that the students’ uprising will once again reinforce our objectives rather than undermine them” he said The DMK Stalin said was the first party to take up the cause of Jallikattu very early “I myself led a mammoth protest at Alanganallur on January 3 itself But it was a peaceful protest of students youngsters and common citizens in places like the Marina Beach in Chennai and Tamukkam grounds in Madurai which ultimately forced the AIADMK government’s hand to table the legislation enabling Jalllikattu” Equally he said the DMK has been relentlessly fighting for the cause of the people including recently the appointment of a Commission of Inquiry into the alleged discriminate attack and atrocities unleashed by the police on the students after the peaceful Jallikattu protests Stalin said the recent announcement by the chief minister about the formation of a Commission of Inquiry with almost all the terms demanded by the DMK was a victory for the party “The party has its principles and values and will continue to fight to ensure that the interest of the each and every section of society in the state is protected fully against the maladministration of the AIADMK” he said Asked about his taking over at the helm of his party at a time when there is vacuum in the the state with the fading away of Jayalalithaa and Karunanidhi from politics Stalin said he did not agree with the theory that there is a political vacuum in the state “It is a theory being planted by some people with a view to discrediting the DMK – the Dravidian party which has worked for the betterment of the state in the field of social justice women’s emancipation industrial growth and economic development for over 50 years “Dr Kalaignar is still very much the unassailable President of the party nd he continues to inspire and guide the party… “I am not new to the party I have worked as Unit Organiser Branch Secretary Youth Wing Secretary Dy General Secretary and Treasurer along the seniors and veterans I have now assumed the responsibility as the Working President of the party I am humbled by the affection and faith and great amount of confidence that the party cadres have vested in me “I am in turn confident that I can discharge the responsibility given to me by the General Council of DMK under the able leadership of Dr Kalaignar- to the best satisfaction of the entire party” he said On the challenge facing him and his party Stalin said the challenge before it now was to recover the lost glory of the state which has been “squandered by the inefficient incapable and corrupt AIADMK government “Our state has seen massive decline with regard to industrialisation general economy growth in job opportunities and overall development in the last six years’ of AIADMK misrule “Reconstructing the state will be a Herculean task and a big challenge – but one that we are well prepared for Even in opposition the DMK will continue to highlight the misdeeds poor governance and maladministration of AIADMK rule in the state” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Updated: February 17 2015 1:51 am The Hummer that Mohammed Nisham used to attack the guard Related News The security guard at Sobha City in Thrissur who has been seriously injured after a controversial beedi businessman hit him with Hummer SUV died in a hospital on Monday noon after two weeks battle for life K Chandrabose 47 died at Amala Medical College in Thrissur He had undergone several surgeries in the last two weeks but had been on ventilator support for last few days after his health deteriorated Beedi king Muhammed Nisham had rammed Chandrabose with his Hummer in the wee hours of January 29 alleging there was a slight delay in opening the gate of Sobha city a residential township where Nisham owns an apartment He was arrested on the same day on charge of attempt to murder With the victim’s death the controversial beedi businessman would face murder charge Muhammed Nisham The victim had died at a time Congress government in Kerala was facing allegations to scuttle the probe into the case It is learnt that several senior leaders of the Congress and its ally Indian Union Muslim League have been trying to settle the case by offering money to the family of the victim Although police had busted a cocaine party in Nisham’s flat in Kochi he was not made an accused despite facilitating it Soon after the brutal attack on the security guard police had announced that Nisham who had been an accused in nearly a dozen criminal cases would face the stringent clauses under Kerala Anti-Social Activities Prevention Act which are generally slapped on goons and supari kings The attack on the security guard using his Hummer vehicle is a story of absolute arrogance and an almost manic rage In the early morning of January 29 as Nisham pulled up outside Chandrabose in charge of the vehicle movement register was on night duty inside his cabin Manning the gate nearby were two other security staffers The security men were verifying the vehicle and its occupant before lifting the bar at the gate when Nisham lost his cool Nisham jumped out of the SUV and started manhandling the staff Then he rushed to the cabin smashed the glass panes and attacked Chandrabose According to other security guards Chandrabose ran out and climbed on top of the fountain in front of the gate “But Nisham reversed the Hummer and rammed it into the fountain The huge vehicle reared up to hit the top of the fountain and crush the man against the wall” sources said Chandrabose’s chest and left arm were crushed between the Hummer and the granite wall of the fountain He didn’t know it then but his ordeal had just begun Share This Article Related Article Nisham then lifted Chandrabose and dumped him in the back of the Hummer “He called his wife from their apartment almost half a km away from the gate and asked her to come over with a gun” said police sources “She arrived in a Jaguar but without a gun Then Nisham drove the Hummer into the parking area of his apartment complex pulled out Chandrabose and started attacking him again for nearly 30 minutes He finally left after abandoning Chandrabose under the Hummer’’ By this time a police patrol team alerted by other security staff reached the spot “Nisham was violent and even threatened to attack us We got more policemen from a station nearby and took him into custody” the sources said Nisham has figured in 10 criminal cases before including allowing his minor son to drive a Ferrari and attacking a woman police constable on duty One of those cases is of domestic violence filed by Nisham’s wife and another by his brother’s wife alleging that he tried to insult her in a mobile message “In a few cases he paid the penalty as per the court directive and in one case was sentenced to a day’s simple imprisonment A few other cases were settled between the complainants and the accused’’ police said Nisham owns a dozen costly foreign cars For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Updated: August 12 2015 7:16 am Mamata with Arvind Kejriwal at Derek O’Brien’s home (Express Photo by Ravi Kanojia) Top News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s visit to Delhi Tuesday became the nucleus for renewed attempts at a non-BJP non-Congress front NCP chief Sharad Pawar is set to host a tea party for these parties Wednesday evening — the idea came from Mamata — and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced after a dinner with her that the Delhi government will organise a seminar for these parties on September 22 to discuss Centre-state relations The day’s political interactions though belonged to Mamata and Congress president Sonia Gandhi inside the Central Hall of Parliament Mamata who was seated with some MPs got up and greeted Sonia with a smile and a compliment: “You have been putting up a very good fight” Sonia replied “I have learnt it from you” Later Rahul Gandhi too came and greeted her The only leader with whom Mamata had a one-on-one in Parliament was Rajya Sabha MP Ghulam Nabi Azad hinting that the Congress remains key to her plans though her party chose to side with the government on GST and refused to join the Congress clamour for resignation of tainted ministers Mamata who is in Delhi for a couple of days will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday to discuss state-specific issues She met President Pranab Mukherjee Tuesday evening “I pray that respected First Lady overcomes her illness” she tweeted Suvra Mukherjee is in hospital At the dinner Kejriwal was accompanied by Ashutosh and Mamata was joined by her nephew Abhishek apart from Derek O’Brien the host The two chief ministers also had a one-on-one “We have common ground to fight BJP I had invited him for dinner because this is my first visit to the city after he became chief minister” Mamata said Kejriwal expressed his “pleasure” after the meeting and announced that the seminar will bring together non-Congress non-BJP parties to discuss how to give more powers to the states in a federal structure In the afternoon Opposition leaders had made a beeline for the Trinamool office in Parliament including NCP chief Sharad Pawar Ghulam Nabi Azad and JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav Talking to Pawar Mamata reportedly said it would be nice for all non-BJP non-Congress parties to meet By evening Pawar had called Trinamool Lok Sabha leader Sudip Bandopadhyay and invited him along with Mamata to tea Wednesday Leaders of other non-Congress non-BJP parties too will attend Mamata refused to comment on the perception that her party has gone “soft” on the Centre but made her opposition to the land bill clear asking O’Brien to hold a mock Parliament at Constitution Club next month to discuss it “As per the Constitution even if they do pass the law the state law would have precedence” she said After Sharad Yadav and K C Tyagi left she said: “They will do well in Bihar not BJP” Interacting with journalists at Central Hall she described Nitish Kumar as a “friend” and talking to the central government is a “constitutional obligation” for a chief minister When the BJD’s Bhratruhari Mahtab and Dilip Tirkey called on her they discussed his plans for a hockey academy in Odisha “You should reach out to the tribal areas of Jangalmahal There would be some good players there” she told Tirkey For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News he opted out at the last minute and instead fielded his younger brother Kishore Kumar Reddy as the JSP candidate. 27% to Maharashtra and 16% to Gujarat. Most established industrial houses have left the state… This has happened due to emergence of multiple factors, Kumar disclosed that he has “committed similar acts” with several other girls. “Sustained interrogation of accused Sandeep is required to find out various other facts about the girls, between November 10 and November 21 last year.

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