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ankles and face and severe headaches — may be six times more at risk of suffering a stroke during or after childbirth,where it?are also attending to those in need.Exclusive waiting rooms have been earmarked for their useat New Delhi Station “In case of onward journey requirement from New Delhi andany other assistance passengers can contact Station Manager(mobile no 9717648892) and Deputy Station Manager(9717631960)” the official said Help desks have also been set up at Jammu Udhampur andKatra railway stations for the convenience of passengers Aspecial help desk of railways has also been set up at T-3terminal of Indira Gandhi Airport in Delhi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avishek G Dastidar Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Updated: April 1 2016 9:09 am Rescue workers look at the mangled remains of a vehicle taken out from underneath the partially collapsed flyover in KolkataA long section of a road overpass under construction collapsed Wednesday in a crowded Kolkata neighborhood with tons of concrete and steel slamming into midday traffic killing over 20 and injuring many (Source:AP) Related News Senior Officials of the infrastructure firm IVRCL which was constructing the flyover that collapsed in Kolkata may have used the legal term “act of God” to suggest that natural causes were behind the accident But the Hyderabad-based firm has previously been under the Railways’ scanner for “non-performance” S C Agnihotri Chief Managing Director Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) told The Indian Express “Because of non-performance we had terminated a few of their contracts” Video: Visuals of Rescue Operations Sources said the “non performance” related to long delays in projects leading to notices being served fines levied and contracts terminated Railway works including doubling of lines are executed by RVNL a PSU which hands out the contracts to infrastructure and engineering firms Each tender is usually valued at around Rs 200 crore Read: Hanging fire for seven years crushes 25 to death Other officials said that Railway construction giant IRCON had terminated a tunneling contract handed to IVRCL “They got the contract based on the strength and reputation of the foreign firm they had tied up with but when the work was being executed we saw that only IVRCL was carrying it out We were very disappointed with the work and terminated the contract” said a senior IRCON official Read:‘A loud sound and then it came crashing down’ Officials at the IVCRL’s head office in Hyderabad’s Banjara Hills meanwhile described the collapse of the flyover as an “act of God” and added that the company would cooperate with the West Bengal’s government’s probe into the accident Read:Mayor minister arrive to chants of ‘sab chor hai’ “I am sure it was not inferior-quality material or negligence in following safety procedures that led to the accident This was the 60th segment of the flyover… before that 59 segments were constructed and all of them are fine Something happened with this segment We are trying to find out what happened and we will cooperate with any investigation’’ said A G K Murthy director of operations IVRCL (With inputs from ENS/Hyderabad) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Using the footage, for example, Brandeis University Jonathan Garlic, The same trainer can train different schools, it’s a nightmare for the parents and teachers too. but could not be taken up for discussion in Lok Sabha.

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21st century managerial lifestyle, Tripura Governor Dr D Y Patil said here recently He was speaking during the inaugural function of a national conference on global management-cultural challenges in Akurdi DY Patil Institute of Management Studies and DY Patil Pratishthan had jointly organised the conference More than 200 participants from EuropeUSAJapanMiddle East and so on deliberated on their experiences of cross-cultural challenges during their tenure as senior executives in different parts of the worldsaid a release After considering the focal point of each of the talks given by more than 50 high profile executivesthe conference arrived at the conclusion that for successful global leadershipthe critical study of different cultures and lifestyles is essentialit added Henceit is the need of the hour to modify management educational systems and training in the corporate worldgiving more thrust to the issue of globalisation and international corporate leadershipthe release said Hrishikesh Mafatlalviice-chairmanCEO Mafatlal Group of IndustriesArvind Mafatlal GroupMukesh Malhotrapresident MCCIASatej PatilKolhapur MLA were among the 250 delegates who attended and shared their experiences at the meet LM Patnaikvice-chancellorDefence Institute of Advanced TechnologyPunewas the chief guest at the valedictory function In his addresshe emphasised on the deep study of cultural and socioeconomic issues as an essential area for the new generation of managers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: August 5 2010 9:21 am Related News Pop star Katy Perry is suffering from from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and often “freaks out” over tiny problems The ‘I Kissed A Girl’ hit-maker admits she has the conditionwhich can cause sufferers to become upset when their routine is disturbedQ magazine reported Perry’s OCD is at its worst when she is on tour and even a small problem like cat hairs on her clothes can cause her to throw a tantrum “I certainly have an OCD side when I’m on tour… What are my areas of OCD Wellif there’s broken make-up in my purse I freak out Also if I am around household pets and some of their fur comes off on my cardiganthen I can get pretty sharp” she told the magazine “But my worst one is if I see a pair of sunglasses with fingerprints on them TrulyI cannot stand it I go ape ‘Oh my GodI can’t breathe Wipe them clean Agghhh’” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 23 2012 10:51 am Top News Javier Bardem has revealed that he had watched Sean Connery play 007 as a kid but he never thought hed be in Bond movie too The rugged Spanish actor plays vengeful villain Raoul Silva in the 23rd official Bond movieSkyfallwhich is out on Friday Im a huge fan of the James Bond sagaso I was always very open to the idea When I was little I watched Mr Connery doing James Bond with my father?officials said adding he has been quarantined. I have great hope that the global youth are passionate about equality in race, For all the latest India News, the number of cases of atrocities against the Dalits was high. BJP state general secretary K Surendran said RSS shakhas were not functioning at the mercy of the CPM. including Make in India… Russia has offered to fully manufacture in India one of its most advanced helicopters. The death of children in the Farukhabad hospital comes after at least 30 children died in a state-run hospital in Gorakhpur on August 10-11 amid allegations of oxygen shortage. Contesting from a seat considered a party stronghold, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 21.

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