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Justifying the change in his stance, has sought enactment of a Lokayukta Bill as a model legislation so that there is a strong Lokayukta in all the states of the country. For all the latest India News,the market is actually run by a member of the state cabinet? Tanwar believes the government should provide additional benefits to them as they are taking care of the waste not managed by the government We are working in place of the MCD and still are not getting any help from the government Ninety-nine per cent of the workers are Schedule Castes here There are around 400 proprietors who should get the allotted land at Tikri Kalan? Inc. a demand side energy monitoring solutions provider which was acquired by Belkin Inc in 2010 He is also a co-founder of a low-power wireless sensor platform company called SNUPI Technologies and a consumer home sensing product called WallyHome WallyHome was acquired by Sears in 2015 A recipient of many awards his past work was also honoured by the New York Times as a top technology of the year in 2005 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanjim | Published: January 19 2014 2:57 am Related News An expression of ‘Where am I and what am I doing here’ is plastered on Santhi Devi’s face but that is understandable The 23-year-old spiker was gearing up for her semester-end MBA projects at Osmania University in Hyderabad when a call to represent the Goan beach volleyball team for the Lusofonia Games took the Andhra girl by surprise “My initial reaction when coach (Surya Sawant) called me was Luso-what” Santhi says She landed in Goa on Thursday with her partner Maheswari Jayaram of Tamil Nadu “Together we won the national championship last year Hopefully we can win something for Goa too” 24-year-old Jayaram says Strange as it may seem athletes from Kerala Tamil Nadu Bengal Maharashtra and Punjab form the core of the Goan contingent for these Games which are meant to be strictly for the athletes with Portuguese roots The build-up to these Games have been to put it euphemistically rather shambolic The general feeling one gets is that the only way to salvage pride is by topping the medal tally The Goan sports authorities however realised one ‘small’ hurdle they stumbled over in meeting that target — a shortage of quality sportspersons Dismal record Goa’s record in the previous two Lusofonia Games in Macau and Lisbon has been dismal They have managed a total of 10 medals (1 gold 2 silver and 7 bronze) putting them eighth on the overall list ahead of Sao Tome and Principe East Timor and Guinea-Bissau If they had sworn by local talent once again the results would not have been any different To save themselves another embarrassment it was decided to invite players from across India So Goa for the first time will compete under the ‘Goa-India’ tag at the Lusofonia Games Though the exact number isn’t available it is believed that nearly 40 percent of the 200-strong Goa-India contingent belongs to states other than Goa In fact the Basketball Federation of India initially named a team that did not include a single Goan player The Games organisers were prompt to remind them of a clause which reserves spots for the local players in the squad “To ensure that Goan athletes are given an opportunity to participate and there is no injustice done to them we have a clause wherein all the teams must have at least 25 percent of the players from Goa” Games CEO Keshav Chandra says “To boost our chances of winning medals it was necessary to involve players from other states who have better experience” Non-Lusophone participants Reigning national table-tennis champion and Olympian Soumyajit Ghosh Youth Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning athlete Dheeraj Mishra of Mumbai national team volleyball captain M Ukkarapandian from Tamil Nadu and Olympian judoka Garima Choudhary are among the non-Lusophone athletes who will carry the weight of Goa’s burgeoning expectations In fact only two teams — men’s taekwondo and football — consist of players from the state or who play for the local clubs and academies here India’s basketball coach Scott Fleming who will also be in-charge of the team here said the biggest challenge has been to blend the four Goan players into the main team “Their attitude has been great so that made things easy for me They are not as good as the players from other states they have been working really hard” Fleming said “We will have to strike a balance between the local hopes and the medal aspirations The biggest challenge for me and other Indian coaches as well” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 5 2012 3:54 pm Related News A horde of stars including Salman KhanHrithik Roshan and Rani Mukherjee are all set to add to the glitz and glamour at the IIFA Weekend this year The three-day event beginning Thursday in the Lion City of Singapore will see a bunch of stars gathering to attend the IIFA World premieremusic and fashion event IIFA Rocks and the main awards gala among other events Sources say actors Abhay DeolArshad WarsiBoman IraniEmraan HashmiFarhan Akhtar and Shahid Kapoor will be flying down to Singapore on June 7 for IIFA So will actresses Bipasha BasuDia MirzaKalki KoechlinNeha DhupiaParineeti ChopraPreity Zinta and Vidya Balan Ranbir Kapooralongwith his father Rishi and mother Neetuis expected to arrive on the second day The IIFA Weekend is being held between June 7 and 9 The awards night will be hosted by Shahid and Farhan while the Priyanka and Sonakshi are expected to perform For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Patna | Published: March 27 2010 8:49 am Related News Maoists continue their onslaught in Bihar as they blew up a newly-constructed police station and a block office building and also torched over a dozen trucks in Sasaram on Friday night This is the third Naxal attack in a week in Bihar after ultras targeted Bhubhaneshwar Rajdhani and toll plaza in Gaya Additional director general of police (headquarters) P K Thakur told The Indian Express: The incident took place at around 11 pm on Friday at Tilauthu under the same block As the area is Naxal-infestedwe had belated confirmation of the attack.” with Pitbull; and “I Can’t Make You Love Me,Paradise Papers: Here are all the Indians on the? “Any food does bring along with it some inherent risk. 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