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are the ones going for sex-determination tests, Kumbhakoni had told the court For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 2 2010 3:28 am Related News In a meeting held on Tuesday eveningthe Panjab University Syndicate decided to extend the admission dates of various courses offered by Panjab University and its affiliated colleges to September 15 The decision is subject to the vice-chancellors permission and the availability of seats Students who have cleared their compartment examination at Class XII level and seek admission in courses like BA/BSc/BCom Part-1 in the PU-affiliated colleges will be allowed to apply for admission till September 15 In another decisionthe Syndicate approved the rules and regulations for MEd (correspondence) semester system in place of annual system from the 2009-2010 session In what comes as good news for students in the fourth semester of BA (Honours- Economics)the Syndicate allowed the students to reappear in the third semester examination in July/August 2010 as a special case Vice-Chancellor Professor R C Sobti said PU was set to host the Indian Economic Association Conference in December Under the leadership of UGC chairman Professor Sukhdev Thoratnearly 3000 delegates will participate in the conference The House authorised the vice-chancellor to invite the Prime Minister and other delegates on behalf of the Syndicate The Syndicate also approved the appointment of the returning officer for the election of one ordinary fellow from the constituency? The CBI has so far not sought sanction for prosecution of any government officials, Mullaperiyar dam dispute with Kerala, always. PTI Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on 5 September, In India, The 24-year-old actor was photographed with a brunette Sunday. That is how he is instigating people, LinkedIn and even set up a website.signed a deal with western powers ending economic sanctions,has now signalled its willingness to cooperate Lewis said "Iran is coming back to the table They have approachedus They have shown a willingness to start cooperating withus" he said G20 countries asked the FATF to evaluate progress on measures against illicit money flows ahead of their meeting inShanghai this week which will discuss the fight againstterrorism financing?

“Will it ever happen? a senior Pakistani government official said that that Islamabad also feels it’s "clearly at a disadvantage" in the case because the ICJ has scheduled hearings in the case as early as Monday. There is no confirmation on whether Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has lodged an official complaint over his last name being translated as “sad little horse, asked why a man who aspires to be the prime minister of the country could not do anything during? “We are going to lose games,Deepika Padukone about Katrina Kaif: I have always appreciated and admired? For him to write beautiful things about my work and send bouquet of flowers was extraordinary. I am sooooo happyyy India lost because I hate cricket.nd if there’s anything I hate more than cricket then it’s people who love cricket — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 I hate cricket because I love my country and cricket makes my country men most non productive because they stop working and start watching — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 I wish and pray to all Gods of my country to cure my country men of this dangerous disease called cricketitis — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 I request the other countries teams to defeat Indian team again and again till it stops playing and Indians stop watching and start working — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 Addiction of Alcohol and cigarettes only does limited and mostly personal harm but addiction to cricket is a national disease — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 I love haters because hate is more spicier than love –Kant — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 Ha ha ha ha pictwittercom/VwIoTyN9g3 — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 RGV even took a dig at Anushka Sharma’s boyfriend and Team India’s Vice Captain Virat Kohli who managed to score just one run in the decisive match I personally like Anushka Sharma’s performance much much More than the performance of whoever and whatever her boyfriend is — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 26 2015 As expected this series of distasteful tweets attracted people’s wrath and within no time and fans and followers of cricket began trolling Ram Gopal Varma And to everybody’s happy surprise one of them was former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah No wonder your movies are such block buster hits all the time 🙂 http://s.tco/r8WUm0amwQ — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 26 2015 Mr Abdullah’s witty reaction to RGV’s tweets was surely something to smile about amidst the sadness There were some other fans too who responded to RGV’s tweets @RGVzoomin Ask anybody sir & they will tell u wat a national joke Ram Gopal varma ki Aag isStop crying about Indian Cricket Lol — Anand D K (@dk_anand) March 27 2015 I hate Ram Gopal Varma more than he hates cricket — Samir Arora (@Iamsamirarora) March 26 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priya Adivarekar | Mumbai | Published: June 13 2014 1:00 am Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi Related News While the film is yet to take off the release date of Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios’ Hamari Adhuri Kahaani has already been finalised The Emraan Hashmi – Vidya Balan – Rajkummar Rao starrer will hit the screens on June 12 2015 right after the cricket season comes to an end (since the World Cup tournament will be followed by Indian Premier League Season 8) The film to be directed by Mohit Suri will take off in October this year and Suri will start focusing on this project only after Ek Villain hits the screens For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Suzuka | Published: September 26 2015 1:34 pm Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg of Germany celebrates winning pole position in the qualifying session of the Japanese F1 Grand Prix at Suzuka (Source: Reuters) Related News Nico Rosberg put Formula One world champions Mercedes on pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix on Saturday after Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat crashed heavily and brought qualifying to an early close The German secured his first pole since Spain in May when the red flags came out with 36 seconds remaining leaving team mate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton no chance of claiming a 12th pole in 14 races Share This Article Related Article Hamilton who has a 41-point lead over Rosberg with six races left missed out by 0076 seconds but made sure of an all-Mercedes front row to the relief of a team that was eclipsed in Singapore last weekend “A good comeback for the team after such a difficult weekend in Singapore We really turned things around… I pretty much nailed my laps today I’m really pleased with the way it went” said Rosberg “At times today I had the perfect car” The front row was a repeat of last year’s at Suzuka a wet race overshadowed by French driver Jules Bianchi’s tragic accident in the closing stages and that Hamilton won on his way to a second world championship Finland’s Valtteri Bottas qualified third for Williams on a dry track after Friday’s rain with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel victorious in Singapore and a four times winner in Japan lining up in fourth place “The first lap I lost a bit of time into Turn 11 and I think in the last corner” said Hamilton “Nico is driving well this weekend but I definitely felt pretty good on that last lap but the main thing is that Kvyat is OK” The Russian was unhurt in his dramatic crash losing control of the rear of his car after going wide onto the grass as he approached the hairpin Snapping sideways the car was pitched into a tyre wall and flipped over before coming to rest with the wheels torn off the left side Kvyat assured the team he was OK and then slowly extricated himself unaided “It was a big impact but the main thing is he is fine A little bit winded” said Red Bull team principal Christian Horner Brazilian Felipe Massa qualified fifth for Williams with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen sixth and Australian Daniel Ricciardo seventh for Red Bull McLaren’s Jenson Button failed to make it through the first phase of qualifying on a dismal afternoon at engine partner Honda’s home circuit and starts 16th with Spanish team mate Fernando Alonso 14th Button might have squeezed through but the yellow warning flags denied him a final quick lap after Dutch teenager Max Verstappen’s Toro Rosso was left stranded on track at the hairpin exit For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News he just knows how to win hearts. 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