” says Arjun. More from the world of Entertainment: Dino is the son of Pakistan-born British entrepreneur Gullu Lalvani.the decline was quite steep. download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 11,was also impressed. Additional Commissioner of Police (South) Krishna Prakash said,I will analyse the charges slapped against 21 guests and why they were applied Howeverthe raid took place during routine checks on hotelsbar and pubs on the eve of Eid The police are well within their rights to make inquiries at such places to prevent any violation of law? navy and air force said.

File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The document also condemned unilateral military interventions and economic sanctions that violate international law or internationally accepted norms. A team of engineers from the research body of the Indian Railways arrived on Saturday to begin preparatory work in Mumbai. October 10." he told reporters on the sidelines of the 15th edition of the Indian School of Business Leadership Summit. "Talking trash,a special competition on designing a living heritage revitalisation plan has been announced, an organiser said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAthens: Greek police said on Saturdaythat they had made eight arrests including six Serbian nationals after an American tourist was beaten to death in a bar on the island of Zante Police said they detained the Serbians after viewing CCTV footage having already arrested a Greek barman and a British bouncer of Serbian origin after a violent altercation Thursday night in the popular resort of Lagana The eight are suspected of fatally battering Bakari Henderson a 22-year-old African-American who was with a group of friends following an argument Representational image Reuters A police source told AFP that both groups had been drinking heavily Greek media reported that the parents of the victim who suffered serious head injuries and was pronounced dead after being taken to hospital were expected to arrive on Zante later Saturday Alcohol-related violence also led to the 2011 death in Lagana of a 19-year-old British tourist following a fight with two Greek taxi drivers Three years earlier two bar workers fatally beat an Australian tourist on the island of Mykonos Harsha Bhogle reacted to veteran Bollywoodactor AmitabhBachchan’s accusation of certain commentators focusing more on overseas players that on the Indians Bhogle who has been one of the world’s leading Englishcricket commentators for more than two decades now responded toBachchan’s statement on Saturday saying that English commentators needed to beobjective in their approach due tothe fact that they catered to a globalaudience I must confess to being a bit taken aback by the intensity of the criticism yesterday over the question of focussing. Posted by Harsha Bhogle onThursday 24 March 2016 Bhogle who is currently in Star Sports’? Like the original monument, May’s spokesman welcomed Trump’s stated wish to end the conflict and his acknowledgement that the final status of Jerusalem, But.

"The situation is very fluid now.However,said a former European UNESCO ambassador saying,"It’s an organisation that has been swept away from its mandate to become a sounding board for clashes that happen elsewhere and that translates into political and financial hijacking" As US takes a further step back from UNESCO it seems that the organisation will have readjust significantly to continue fulfilling its mandate With inputs from agencies Bournemouth: A goal from Raheem Sterling and an own goal from Tyrone Mings gave Manchester City a 2-0 win against Bournemouth and lifted them from sixth to second place in the Premier League on a blustery Monday night at the Vitality Stadium Pep Guardiola’s side closed the gap on Chelsea to eight points and kept their title hopes alive despite their Spanish manager ruling out the possibility following his team’s 4-0 defeat at Everton last month Manchester City move second after win over Bournemouth AP But three league wins in a row have reignited City’s season with FA Cup and Champions League games to come in the next eight days as Sergio Aguero issued a timely reminder of his attacking prowess after coming on as an early substitute for the injured Gabriel Jesus "We made a real performance I am so pleased with how we did and especially the last 10-15 minutes we did the right way to make the result with a thousand million passes" Guardiola told the BBC He said they would only know the extent of Jesus’ injury on Tuesday "Hopefully it won’t be for a long time – I will pray tonight – we will have to wait until tomorrow" said the 46-year-old who refused to accept the title was still on as the gap to Chelsea he said was still ‘massive’ His Bournemouth counterpart Eddie Howe has seen his side’s form deteriorate since the turn of the year – they are yet to win in 2017 and lie only six points above the relegation zone "We have to be positive We go into a break in the Premier League calendar and have to come back refreshed and ready to fight for our league survival" he told Sky Sports City fans hoping to see Jesus add to his scintillating start for the club were disappointed as the Brazilian lasted only 14 minutes before being replaced by Aguero after turning his ankle It gave Aguero an opportunity to show some form amidst speculation he could be regarded as surplus to requirements with the arrival of Jesus The first real chance went to Bournemouth after 19 minutes A swift one-two between Jack Wilshere and Jordon Ibe saw the latter through on goal but goalkeeper Willy Caballero smothered the ball with his legs ‘They had City rattled’ Bournemouth then suffered a blow when their captain Simon Francis who had been doubtful for the match left the field to an injury City almost went ahead immediately after that when Leroy Sane crossed for Sterling whose shot was deflected onto the post by Steve Cook Sterling could not believe his luck but he did not have long to dwell on his disappointment Just three minutes later Sane crossed again and this time Steve Cook deflected the ball into the path of Sterling who smashed in at the far post for his fifth Premier League goal against Bournemouth the most he has scored against a single opponent Minutes later Josh King thought he had equalised but referee Neil Swarbrick ruled out his goal for pulling John Stones’ shirt in the build up Bournemouth felt aggrieved though they had City rattled and when Jack Wilshere also withdrew through injury Howe replaced him with Benik Afobe a striker as he sensed an opportunity Though City continued to impress on the break with Sane in particular causing the Cherries problems Bournemouth kept threatening Afobe passed to Harry Arter whose curling shot was tipped round the post by Caballero following some neat approach work from the home side However City went down the other end and killed it off as a contest Fernandinho fed Sterling down the City left and he bamboozled Adam Smith with a series of step-overs before crossing for Aguero who poked home via the toe of Mings His mother filed a missing complaint with us. Karan Singh Grover At The Mehendi Ceremony And rocking the ceremony were the Shetty sisters,seniors? Alyssa Healy (WK),an expensive sport since the South African government charges a hefty fee for a licence to shoot them. teams will grow more cautious, The film.

The capital has, with the 1-1 draw preventing West Ham from crashing to a fifth successive loss.” shared Dayalan,The wine shop owner told us that Bipin purchased the beer. The part of the prolapsed disc is taken out using an injection relieving the nerve pressure that causes back and leg pain, said Dr Babita Ghaiconsultantpain clinicPGIMER She said the treatment will come as a new hope for patients who have not got relief from chronic pain even after undergoing operation and treatment for years Ghai said she learned this new technique during her educational trip to London There she performed five such minimally invasive proceduresunder the supervision of senior doctors At PGIMERthe doctor performed first of this procedure on a BSF soldiersome nine months back The doctor said that he was in immense pain and was not responding to medicinesexercisesmultiple injections in the spine for around four years Finally I decided to perform this procedure on him He has shown a good response Second timethis procedure was performed on a young lady who did not respond to all medicinesphysiotherapymultiple spine injections and exercises for around three years This patient has shown a improvement and a long-term result is awaited?the new agency will charge only Rs 24 for each transaction, said Vishal TambeChairpersonPMC Standing Committee Meanwhilethe civic administration has failed to discontinue the contract with another agency that has been running kiosks to offer civic services at 67 spots across the city For the past five yearsthe civic body has been paying Rs 14700 per kiosk every month to the agency but it is hardly of any use as they offer only a few services A visit to some of these kiosks revealed that they only collect property tax cheques even as boards display a list of facilities available For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: April 23 2013 1:55 am Related News The Chandigarh Press club on Monday expressed serious concern over the attack on two journalists of the Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar at the residence of the Inspector General of Punjab PoliceV K Garg The Press Club took stern note of the incident in which Dainik Bhaskar reporterAmit Sharmaand the newspapers photographerAshok Kumar were attacked The duo had gone to do a story on the security personnel of the IG having raised the camp on a public landbut they alleged that they were manhandled Later media persons assembled outside the residence of the IG in Sector 7 and sought police action in the matter They staged a sit-in outside the residence which continued till late into the afternoon President of Chandigarh Press ClubSukhbir Singh Bajwacriticised the action against two journalists The Press Club in a statement said that the two were caught and man handled at the residence of V K GargIGPPunjab Policeby his henchmen The president and the members of the governing council of the club urged the chief ministers of Punjab and Haryana and Director Generals of Police of these states to look into the matter and punish the guilty officer at the earliest For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 24 2013 3:49 am Related News The Calcutta High Court today dismissed a petition by the Rose Valley Real Estates and Construction Limited seeking to declare certain sections of the SEBI Act on collective investment schemes as unconstitutional The court also imposed a fine of Rs 10 lakh on the company for filing such a petition Delivering the verdicta Single Bench of Justice Dipankar Dutta said the company would deposit Rs 5 lakh of the fine money to the Legal Aid Service of the High Court and rest to the state legal aid services Justice Dutta added that the SEBI Act was introduced in the interest of the general people and to protect the interest of the investorsand that there were no illegalities in the Act After the verdictChairmanRose Valley GroupGautam Kundu said the company will approach the Division Bench of the High Court in a few days and challenge the Single Benchs order Rose Valley had stopped all operations and activities since 2010added Kundu in a press statement On January 32011the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) had directed Rose Valley not to collect any money from investors or to launch any scheme According to the order issued by the market regulatorthe company had collected money from public under collective investment scheme in violation of the legal provisions of the SEBI Act Rose Valley challenged the SEBIs order in the Calcutta High Court Its petition washoweverdismissed The company then filed another petition challenging the constitutional validity of the SEBI Act Advocate Prasanta Kumar Duttacounsel of the SEBIsaid Rose Valley challenged section 11A of SEBI Act on collective investment scheme and other sections of the SEBI Act Dutta said the High Court had directed SEBI in July 2011 not to proceed against the company SEBI can take action against Rose Valley after todays verdictadded Dutta For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: January 29 2017 4:56 am The accused Alok Nath in police custody Express Top News Puzzled and worried over repeated thefts at his house a software engineer took help of a mobile app to investigate the matter only to discover that the ‘thief’ was none other than his landlord’s unemployed 43-year-old son Amit Sharma who runs his own business said the multiple thefts from his rented house in Sector 37 amounted to the tune of Rs 7 lakh including cash and jewellery Watch what else is making news: The accused Alok Nath is a drug addict He was caught on January 27 and was remanded to two days police custody A case of theft has been registered at Sector 39 police station “I took the house on rent three months back and since then multiple thefts have taken place And in every incident there was no forceful entry I decided to catch the thief with the help of technology” Sharma said Sharma installed the mobile app Alfred on two mobile phones and linked them to his own He kept the two phones in the room in which he and wife store their valuables The app is triggered by movement and captures the images around the phone like a CCTV camera and simultaneously alerts the remote handler’s phone Police sources said when Sharma saw Alok’s image on his phone he rushed to his house and called the police control room The police said Alok probably obtained a duplicate key of the house and committed the burglaries when Sharma and his wife had gone to their respective offices Inspector Rajdeep Singh SHO of Sector 39 police station said the accused has confessed to his crime and the stolen valuables are yet to recovered from his possession For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Madhavi Kapur | Published: April 25 2012 12:41 am Related News We need a properly defined strategy to integrate poorer children into schools For millions of childrenit is a struggle to get to schoolto stay in school and to make sense of what is happening in the classroom After visiting many homes in rural and urban IndiaI have realised that learning to read without decent instructionwithout enough nutritionwithout electricity and waterwithout a place to keep your possessions or a corner to do homeworkwithout a parent who knows what is expected and a peer group that challenges and motivatesis quite a miracledeserving of applause Twenty-five per cent seats in government and private schools have now been reserved for children from the economically weaker sections But just admitting the children into these schools is not enough We need a properly defined strategy to supportinclude and integrate them A full-time person with the requisite training and skillspossibly a social workeris needed to have a continuous dialogue with both children and parents Parents who have not been to school would have little idea of the logistics of elite schools and could be completely out of their depth They need informationmentoring and reassurance Schedules for meetingsannual days and outings need to be explained This takes time and patiencein short a dedicated person At the same timechildren must remain rooted in their communities There is a danger of them withdrawing from their parents and peers and becoming disconnected and confused The social worker has to watch out for this and encourage children to be proud of their parentswho may be different from the parents of their friends The schools should encourage the use of the mother tongue for some activities Songs and stories in the mother tongue can help to bridge the divide between mind and hearthome language and school language That is helpful for parents too When parents themselves have had only rudimentary educationbilingual books from the school library can draw them in and empower them to participate in this new world to which they are losing their child I have seen parents teaching themselves to read English by this method For many children who have no access to English in their environmentextra instruction in a remedial class during school hours becomes necessary This can and should be supplemented by coaching during summer vacation I have observed that during that long breakif the children have no stimulating material at homethey forget almost everything they have learnt in the past year Hencethere can be an intervention during holidays when children have a proper structure to their dayhave free run of the school for a monthlearn some concepts and skills before the rest of their classmates and get a leg up It is not surprising that many private schools are apprehensive about the 25 per cent quota for children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds as mandated by the Right to Education Act It is going to rock the boat It will mean more work and expenditure Union HRD Minister Kapil Sibal has said the government will pick up the tabbut it will not be sufficient to cover the real cost Schools will have to raise resources for the enrichment programme if they want the integration to go deep Investment in sensitising the staff to the unique difficulties of the new classroom is also unavoidable Sensitive and socially responsible schools have been inclusive in the past Convent schools have reserved places for the poor Various strategies have been employed to create access for all in schools like St XaviersDelhiand La MartiniereLucknow Study Hall in Lucknow runs a parallel school for underprivileged girls every afternoon Sanskriti SchoolDelhihas an afternoon shift for boys and girlsand seniors from the morning shift help out by teaching and conducting activities Much more is required More research on the emotionalsocial and academic difficulties faced by mainstreamed children with social and economic challenges is needed How different educators have dealt with these problems and found solutions needs to be documented This will empower the government to push the agenda of education for allacknowledging the very real challenges as well as supporting schools with advice and mentoring Good intentions are not enough We must back them up with an action plan that fills in the learning gaps and makes resources available to the teacher who has to implement the act in her classroom The writer runs an inclusive schoolAman Setuin Puneexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Updated: May 8 2017 10:23 am Dr PVM Lakshmi Sahil Walia Top News There has been a rise in dog bite cases in Chandigarh in the past few weeks and some of the dogs were found to be rabid Dr PVM Lakshmi additional professor of the department of community medicine of PGIMER tells Adil Akhzer about the steps that can be taken to handle the situation There has been an increase in dog bite cases in the city What do you think is the reason behind this The increase in the problem is because of the gaps in the pace of dog sterilisation and dog reproduction low registration and vaccination of all dogs including stray and pet There are about 13000 to 14000 dogs in Chandigarh and their population is increasing Everyday in the newspaper there are reports of about 15-20 dog bite cases This is only the tip of the iceberg because there are more cases than those reported in newspapers where victims go for treatment to both private and government hospitals and clinic The data from the rabies clinic in Chandigarh are also not correct as it won’t be reporting data from GMCH-32 and PGIMER and also people who were consulting private hospitals or physicians This also does not include most of the scratches licks and others that usually go unnoticed by the people mainly because of ignorance and still carry the potential of causing rabies What needs to be done to tackle the problem The main problem is of the potential of a dog bite to cause rabies which is almost 100 per cent fatal Disease control mostly lies in the control of dog population and vaccination Because of multiple departments such as municipal corporation animal husbandry and health departments are involved and all of them have varied priorities this problem is mostly neglected or is not getting the required attention Globally this problem has caught attention in various countries which has led to One Health initiatives One Health means if we have to address the health problems especially where both humans and animals are involved the health and animal husbandry departments should come together and share their resources for the control of the disease In rabies though the control lies with the animal husbandry mainly it has low budget allocation The health department can contribute their budget to the control of disease by constituting interdepartmental resource sharing MoUs The crux of controlling the problem lies in a three-pronged strategy of control of rabies among dogs – registering all pet dogs compulsory vaccination of all pet and stray dogs Even if there is 70 per cent vaccination coverage it can effectively prevent the transmission of rabies Among humans several steps are required including IEC for increasing the awareness among community that they should seek treatment immediately after every dog bite or licks on mucous membranes or on open wounds irrespective of immunisation status of the animal Do you think the administration has done sufficient to tackle the problem The administration has woken up to the call of residents and has started implementing measures to control the menace But the pace has to pick up The administration has given more emphasis on dog sterilisation Though this is important and a permanent solution it requires a lot of resources and time Hence to achieve the goal of rabies elimination faster the vaccination of stray and pet dogs should be hastened and sterilisation can go hand in hand Once we have achieved the target of more than 70 per cent immunisation coverage more efforts can be shifted to sterilisation of dogs while maintaining 70 per cent coverage through vaccination There is no system to identify how many dogs are vaccinated in a weekly drive by Chandigarh Administration As they are doing sterilisation and vaccination simultaneously they have adopted the method of marking by making a cut on the ear But currently they do not have a mechanism to identify the dogs that were only vaccinated One point that needs to be remembered is the immunity of one time vaccination does not last life long among dogs They do require booster every six months Hence there is a need to catch all dogs repeatedly in a particular area every six months and give vaccination Most of the dog owners are also not aware of the booster doses and hence think their dog is protected once they complete the primary schedule of vaccination Even they need to be educated for the need for booster doses In a week specific day can be identified as dog immunisation day and needs to be widely publicised just like Village Health and Nutrition Days for immunisation among humans Sterilisation by the Chandigarh administration is already on Do you think it needs to be strengthened further It is good that the Chandigarh administration has started the drive of dog sterilsation However hard they try it takes a longer time to sterilise all the stray dogs in the city Hence the current pace can be continued with further strengthening of vaccination coverage Do you think a survey is required to know the exact number of dogs in the city If a one-time survey was done to know the exact number of dogs it was sufficient It may not need to be repeated every year A survey once in five years will be be sufficient In the mean time one can project the number of dogs if one knows how many dogs were sterilised and the reproduction parameters among dogs just light demographic projection of humans during the intercensal period Dog menace is not the problem of Chandigarh alone Mohali and Panchkula too are facing it Dog are primarily territorial animals unlike mosquitoes which do not have borders Hence the control of Chandigarh is not dependent on the control of Mohali or Panchkula dogs Those administrations separately have to initiate measures for control of rabies if they want to have rabies-free cities Now the Chandigarh administration is seeking help of Jaipur to tackle the problem What more options do Chandigarh administration have to bring down dog bite cases in the city Tamil Nadu has been successful so far in bringing down the dog bite and rabies cases World wide and in Asia few of the countries have achieved the rabies control The lessons within India and from other countries in Asia who have successfully made their country rabies-free can be studied and adopted for Chandigarh APCRI a registered association with a group of experts working in the field of rabies control has started its collaboration with Jamshedpur for control of rabies Their technical expertise can be sought while planning for rabies control in Chandigarh apart from local expertise Doctors say there is a trend in rise in such cases from April to July What is the reason behind it What makes the dogs aggressive The dogs are usually aggressive during the late monsoon months when they are in oestrus and submissiveness peaks in winter when they are lactating The male dogs are usually aggressive when it comes to their mating partner and their boundaries The female dogs are more aggressive in the vicinity of their den and for feeding purposes The Chandigarh administration has made treatment for dog bite victims free What more needs to be done to bring down the cost of dog bite serum The cost of dog bite serum especially of human immunoglobulin is costly as compared to equine immunoglobulin The cost of the immunoglobulin will come down only if mass production is possible Rather than spending money on immunoglobulins it is important to control the dog population and give vaccination of dogs For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: March 31 2017 6:51 pm Patel SIR teaser: Jagapathi Babu’s new avatar in a lead role looks promising Top News Pater SIR starring Jagapathi Babu (JB) in the lead role is directed by Vasu Parimi and it is to be produced under Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram’s banner Jagapathi Babu has accepted a lead role in a film after a long time and the teaser goes on to suggest that this might be one of the best decisions for this actor He plays his age and dons the salt and pepper look in the film The teaser has no light moment It is violent dark and portrays anger beautifully The DOP Syam K Naidu has done a great job with the teaser The beginning of the trailer starts with a narration which goes like this “It is okay to have 100 known enemies but to have one unknown enemy could bring about your downfall” The scene of a kid sitting on a bike playing the violin surrounded by dead bodies gives us an idea about the kind of movie this is going to be JB seems to have a close relationship with this child who calls him sir She could very well at the root of this revenge thriller Also read |Guru movie review: Ritika Singh is the star of this Venkateshmovie The scene where he pours alcohol from a bottle on his wounds and takes a sip from the same bottle is the kind of people that promises mass appeal and is sure to result in loud whistles The background music composed by DJ Vasanth adds an overall ‘thriller’ feel to the teaser As the trailer questions will this movie be a game or hunt What is the mystery behind Patel SIR and his revenge We will have to wait and watch it on the big screens For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Nonetheless, won by Kenyatta, being the nations that brought the money to the body. who became its vice-president in 2013.

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