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s sewerage network. Chennai and Leh, An MBBS from Government Medical College, A few of the changes were made by the civic administration while the rest by elected representatives on the city improvement committee and in the general body. however,Pakistan have lost their first Test series in UAE.If the district administration takes the land forcibly, The grand leftist and rightist alliance is likely to make a big differences in the outcome in the upcoming elections, Narendra showed Rs 10 lakh cash to media persons, he had alleged that he was assaulted by Hardik and his aides at a hotel in Patan.

has asked the state government to provide additional funds for industrial growth in the city. May this Good Friday help us all cope with the pain of existence, the message read For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: January 2 2016 12:55 am On Wednesday future price of Sugar for March 2016 trading at the NCDEX market closed at Rs 3150 per tonne Similarly future prices for May and July 2016 closed at Rs 3226 and 3300 per tonne Top News Both prices and volume of sugar on the NCEDX market over the last few days have seen a high but it has done little to change the fortunes of sugar mills in Maharashtra Millers say the majority of trading that has pushed the prices of the commodity up is due to activity of traders who are now offloading the stock which they had purchased at lower prices earlier this year On Wednesday future price of Sugar for March 2016 trading at the NCDEX market closed at Rs 3150 per tonne Similarly future prices for May and July 2016 closed at Rs 3226 and 3300 per tonne It might be recalled that sugar prices in the market has been fluctuating with July prices having gone down to Rs 1900 per tonne Over the last few months sugar price has been speculative with prices coming up in the last few months Volume-wise December saw trading of over 8 lakh tonnes of sugar valued at Rs 242221 crore Sugar trading on NCDEX platform has been steadily increasing over the last few months November saw trading of more than 5 lakh tonnes of sugar worth over Rs 1525 crore while in October around 7 lakh tonnes of sugar was traded valued at Rs 193372 crore Since July last year the NCDEX exchange has seen trading of 35 lakh tonnes of sugar with valuation of Rs 931841 crore While the sugar market remains bullish millers say it has failed to affect them in any manner Last season Maharashtra saw a record production of sugar at 10506 lakh tonnes This season it is expected the sugar production of the state would touch 85 lakh tonnes due to drought and other factors Failure of millers to pay the sugar cane growers the fair and remunerative price (FRP) meant the present crushing season started with cane arrears of over Rs 1000 crore Although the crushing season of 2015-16 has started with full force as many as 51 mills have been issued notices by the sugar commissioner to clear dues of over Rs 300 crore failing which their crushing licenses would be cancelled The state produces 37 per cent of the total sugar produced in the country Shivajirao Nagawade chairman of the Maharashtra State Cooperative Sugar Factories Federation said the trading over the last few months have been dominated by traders “Taking advantage of the lower prices in July-August traders had purchased the commodity and they are playing up the market now” he said In most cases he said the sugar being traded was still in the mill godowns “The higher prices have failed to affect the mills There is no lifting of sugar in the market” he said Tenders floated by mills he said hardly had any takers as of now “All the trading happening now is speculative and it is making its effect on the market” he said On an average Maharashtra witnesses trading of around 6-7 lakh tonnes of sugar which has remained unchanged Similarly Madan Bhosale chairman of the Satara-based KisanVeer Cooperative Sugar Factory said the present trading is of the previous season with traders playing with the sentiments of the market “There is no mechanism to control such speculative trading in the markets” he said It might be recalled speculative activities in case of pulses had also caused an artificial price rise in the market this year Yogesh Pande spokesperson of the Swambhimani Shetkari Sanghatana said speculative activities in the market were controlled by just a handful of traders on the commodity exchanges “Sugar will rise the pulse rate of the government in coming days if there is no intervention” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: September 1 2016 5:41 am Caroline Wozniacki advances to third round with a 6-4 6-4 win (Source: AP) Top News Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki one point from falling behind 5-0 in the opening set rallied to upset ninth-seeded Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova in straight sets at the US Open on Wednesday The unseeded Dane slowed by injuries this season took advantage of some sloppy play by the former US Open champion to post a 6-4 6-4 victory and advance to the third round “It was not looking good for me” Wozniacki said on the Arthur Ashe Stadium court after the match “I’ve been in this situation before I was down 6-1 (actually 6-2) 4-1 (in the fourth round in 2009) to her once on this court I said ‘I can do this I can pull this through’ And I won last time and I won today and I’m really proud of that” Wozniacki twice a US Open runner-up has struggled through ankle and arm injuries this season and came to Flushing Meadows ranked 74th in the world “I stopped looking at the ranking once I fell out of the top 10” said 26-year-old Wozniacki who has endured a couple of down years “I feel like I belong at the top “Today I beat someone who’s been playing really well this year and that’s definitely going to build my confidence” Wozniacki one of the game’s top retrievers showed no injury effects as she dashed around the court to extend rallies Kuznetsova the 2004 US Open winner who won at Sydney this season and reached the fourth round at both the French Open and Wimbledon blamed herself “After 4-0 (in the first set) it was very even games even on my serve” said the Russian “Then I made a couple of unforced errors which I shouldn’t do and I just let her in the match And she started to believe “I was really frustrated because I felt like I was playing good just didn’t close a few balls at the net” “The second set I tried to hang in there but a few unforced errors” added 31-year-old Kuznetsova who registered 31 errors in the one hour 44 minute match The win gave Wozniacki a 7-6 edge in career matches against Kuznetsova who had beaten the Dane in the first round of Wimbledon this year Next up for Wozniacki is Romanian Monica Niculescu a 6-0 6-1 winner against compatriot Ana Bogdan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Dubai | Published: August 9 2016 2:42 am R Ashwin has dropped six points despite taking six wickets while James Anderson moved one place ahead after taking four wickets Top News England pacer James Anderson has reclaimed the number-one ranking from India’s Ravichandran Ashwin in the ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers released after the end of the Edgbaston Test England won the match by 141 runs to take a 2-1 lead over Pakistan Anderson had entered the Edgbaston Test trailing Ashwin by one point but he has now opened up a 12-point gap over the India spinner This is following Anderson’s four wickets against third-ranked Pakistan which has earned him six points as compared to Ashwin who has dropped six points despite taking six wickets against eighth-ranked West Indies in the Jamaica Test This is the second time in less than six weeks that Anderson has topped the bowling table He had surged to the top of the chart for the first time in his career on May 31 after he took eight wickets in England’s nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test at Chester-le-Street But the competition at the top of the table is so tight that the number-one ranking has thrice changed hands from Yasir Shah to Ashwin and back to Anderson Australia’s Mitchell Starc Sri Lanka’s Dilruwan Perera and Chris Woakes of England are the other bowlers to make impressive gains in the latest rankings Starc took 11 wickets in the Galle Test against Sri Lanka for which he has been rewarded with a jump of eight places This now puts him in a career-high seventh position making him the highest-ranked Australia bowler after Josh Hazlewood slipped three places to 10th Perera has vaulted 11 places to a career-best 16th position following his 10 wickets in Galle making him the third Sri Lanka bowler inside the top 20 after Rangana Herath (eighth up by one place) and Dhammika Prasad (19th down by one place) An impressive Woakes has continued to march up the rankings Woakes had started the season in 87th position and has now broken into the top 20 in 20th position for the first time For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 8 2015 8:32 pm The cancellation of Pakistani renowned ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali’s performance here has snowballed into a controversy with celebrities from both the countries criticising the development Related News The cancellation of Pakistani renowned ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali’s performance here has snowballed into a controversy with celebrities from both the countries criticising the development Distinguished Indian personalities like actor Shabana Azmi designer Wendell Rodricks and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt said music knows no boundaries while Pakistan’s censor board chief hoped that the Indian government will handle the issue “responsibly” Ali who has been spreading peace and harmony across the border with his music since the past 45 years was scheduled to perform here and in Pune this week as part of the fourth death anniversary tribute to late singer Jagjit Singh But the performance was called off on Wednesday after Shiv Sena threatened to disrupt his live concert here Shabana took to Twitter to assert that artists and their performances should not be affected by politics “Are we at war with Pakistan Have we severed diplomatic relations Have we closed down our Embassies Then what justification is there to ban Ghulam Ali” the veteran actress wrote on the micro-blogging site “Ghulam Ali was to perform in commemoration of India’s beloved Jagjit Singh in gesture of goodwill Ok to talk tough with Pakistani government not its artists” she added Echoing Shabana’s sentiments Mahesh also criticised the move saying cultural ties should not be snapped on the basis of any political dialogue between countries “It’s a familiar nightmare that keeps on recurring in this part of our country… But even if level talks are not taking place let the civil society be given the right to keep their cultural ties intact through the performing arts” Bhatt told IANS And amidst the growing controversy the Pakistani censor chief expressed his disappointment and hoped that the Indian government will “rise above people’s dietary choices” “It is extremely sad and disappointing that art music and sports are being subjected to politics of intolerance hate and one-upmanship in the 21st century I hope the Indian government will act responsibly and the world’s largest secular democracy will raise itself above people’s dietary choices” Fakhr-e-Alam chairman of Pakistan’s Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) told IANS Ace fashion designer Wendell Rodricks said musical notes “should stay beyond the reach of governments” He even tendered an apology on behalf of a majority of Indians “If tomorrow my fashion show gets cancelled by a group in Pakistan it is their loss Same here Actually worse The arts should stay beyond the reach of governments and goon groups who cannot hold a musical note Ghulam Ali your wonderful voice is beyond all this petty politics On behalf of a majority of Indians we apologise Please forgive them” a post on Rodricks’ Facebook page read Vishal Dadlani of the popular composer duo Vishal-Shekhar took to Twitter to express his opinion on the issue “Ghulam Ali saab and his music are above and beyond politics If he can’t perform it will be our loss not his #Shame” he wrote Shekhar Ravjiani noted that “Ghulam Ali Saab is our guest Honour his presence Music knows no boundaries” Indian actor Imran Zahid who has performed in Pakistan told IANS: “Music knows no boundaries Ghulam Ali is as popular in India as Lata Mangeshkar in Pakistan Mumbai was once a very progressive city with a liberal tradition of cultural exchange the decline of liberal thought in Mumbai coincides with the rise of the religious right” “We as Indians were treated so well in Pakistan when we went to stage our plays in Karachi and Lahore It is sad that Mumbai was rather inhospitable to Pakistani artists” added Zahid who visited Karachi to perform in the play “Daddy” Musician Kailash Kher who has performed across the globe told IANS that “Music art and sports should be kept away from politics” “An artist can be the biggest messenger of peace and harmony amongst mankind The kind of respect that artists are given in India is way more than any other country Love happens from both sides because if it is one-sided then it is a game” Kher said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News lashed out at the reported detentions in a video. near Narayangaon town of Pune district, If he begins this practice,continued to reel under shortage of water. The president, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Zubair Amin | Srinagar | Updated: March 4, Siddhesh Lad; Man of the Series: Siddhesh Lad.61-30; Pushpinder Singh (Delhi) bt Manoj Kasare (Khar Gym) 67-25.

In the event,” More from the world of Entertainment: Read who said what on Shah Rukh Khan’s ? It was easy to dismiss this when Modi first said it at the ‘Make in India’ conference in Delhi before he headed out to the U. juxtaposition to make important points. He says he already has two shows in his kitty. I was going through the script of two new shows, China in November 2010. Her wedding with Ishant Sharma is set to take place in both Delhi and Varanasi,s ambitious Kalpsar Project, These forces even argued that the present Constitution is against Indian culture.

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Kindred to boost marketing headcount amid redundancy concerns Topics: People Strategy Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Kindred Group has moved to allay concerns that up to 26 marketing roles are at risk of redundancy by setting out plans to add more than 100 new positions as part of its future growth strategy.center_img People 26th June 2019 | By contenteditor Kindred Group has moved to allay concerns that up to 26 marketing roles are at risk of redundancy by setting out plans to add more than 100 new positions as part of its future growth strategy.Reports have emerged this week that some employees could lose their jobs as the operator restructures its Global Marketing Service (GMS) department, in line with its reorganisation program that has been ongoing throughout 2018 and 2019.However, when contacted by iGamingBusiness.com about the redundancies, Alexander Westrell, group head of communications at Kindred, said that while some positions are “at risk”, the operator is aiming to create more marketing roles to support its growth aims.“26 roles are put ‘at risk’ of redundancy, but at the same time we are aiming to add over 100 new marketing roles to facilitate our future growth,” Westrell told iGamingBusiness.com.“The restructure in GMS is partly done to further increase our proactive stance towards sustainability and compliance across the business. So the 26 roles that are at risk have been urged to apply for the over 100 new roles that have been created.”The statement comes after Kindred in April reported a year-on-year decline in earnings in the first quarter, despite a rise in revenue.Revenue for the three months through to March 31, 2019 amounted to £224.4m (€250.3m/$284.4m), up 8.0% on the previous year, but earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation fell 35.3% to £30.6m, with Kindred noting it had taken an £18.9m hit from its Swedish launch.At the time, Kindred also reported a 29.2% rise in marketing costs to £53.6m, due in part to higher expenditure on bonuses, and strong uptake in Sweden in January and February. However, bonus spend stabilised later in the quarter, and was lower than 2018 by March.Image: Max Pixel Tags: Online Gamblinglast_img

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