Saif has proven him

Saif has proven himself on that front several times. That’s something which is very commendable and something to learn from,Imran Khan.

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he went to the anti-corruption bureau and said school authorities were demanding Rs 40, police said. Also read:? continuous expanse of continental crust, Patidars were traditionally land tillers in Gujarat.We are waiting for the rains to replenish groundwater sources, DJB official B M Dhaul said The officials feared that the situation would go out of hand if the monsoon peaked latelike last year when it rained the most in September (2258 mm) instead of the standard July-August Moreoverthere have been records of the monsoon arriving late July 26 in 1987a year of severe drought For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCan you guess why Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton missed Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon final triumph on Sunday despite having a Royal Box invite Hamilton was due to join celebrities including actors Benedict Cumberbatch Bradley Cooper and Hugh Grant in the exclusive enclosure at the All England Club Lewis Hamilton’s Wimbledon invite and outfit Image Credit: Instagram However he was barred from the Royal Box after a dress code violation The British racing driver was unable to watch Djokovic win his third Wimbledon title with a four-set victory over Roger Federer because he wasn’t wearing a shirt and tie With the match at 4-3 in the fourth set a Wimbledon spokesman responded to reports that Hamilton had been turned away by saying "He did come but he has gone We are not commenting further" Earlier on Sunday Hamilton had posted a picture on Instagram showing his Royal Box invitation package In the photo Hamilton did not appear to have a tie or jacket on He is seen in a flamboyant shirt and hat in it instead A Wimbledon spokesman later added: "If he was not adequately dressed you could infer that he would not have been let in but we do not comment on our guests If he came without a jacket tie or shoes he would have had two choices; not staying or going to get some extra stuff" Looks like the strict Wimbledon dress code applies to audience as much as the players On my way to Wimbledon to watch the final Honoured to have been invited to watch the men’s finals from the Royal Box A photo posted by Lewis Hamilton (@lewishamilton) on Jul 12 2015 at 5:45am PDT Wimbledon The farce over the India-Pakistan clash that was scheduled to be played in Dharamsala but has been shifted to Kolkata after the tournament began can be laid squarely at the feet of politicians Anurag Thakur is not just the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association president and secretary of the BCCI; he is also a three-time BJP MP the head of Yuva Morcha (BJP’s youth wing) and the son of former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal For him to have to shift the match out of Himachal “would mean a loss of face” as Hindustan Times politely put it on Wednesday “Thakur would be looking to draw political mileage out of what is seen as the biggest draw of the World Cup” the newspaper said Losing the match has put paid to all of that Thakur has laid the blame at Congress Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s door who opposed the match using the recent terrorist attack at Pathankot to justify his stand Politics of opportunism is a speciality in this country but Thakur and the BCCI should have asked for and received security clearances months ago instead of allowing themselves to be ambushed at the last minute This is a World Cup not a gully cricket tournament File image of Justice RM Lodha who prepared the Lodha Committee report on BCCI reforms PTI It is also ironic that Kolkata is the beneficiary in this case During the 2011 ODI World Cup Eden Gardens lost the India-England match a month before the game because of concerns that the venue would not be ready in time Of course political image was not at stake in that case as neither BCCI president Shashank Manohar nor CAB president the late Jagmohan Dalmiya were politicians Had Thakur not been a politician shifting the match would not have come with a potential political cost and it could have been moved weeks ago Had that happened the fans who made arrangements to travel to Dharamsala might not have got a raw deal but then the board has never cared much for India’s fans anyway Of course all of this is the direct result of allowing Pakistan matches to be disrupted in India over many decades The national interest and respecting our soldiers has been invoked repeatedly to prevent India and Pakistan from playing bilateral series against each other and to keep Pakistan players out of the IPL But politicians have walked a fine line in allowing Pakistan and India to play each other in global tournaments including on Indian soil After all successfully hosting a sporting event is in the national interest which trumps err the national interest Now the same logic has inevitably come back to bite the BCCI and the politicians that run it Act two in this farce is the Delhi and District Cricket Association Mired in corruption allegations the association’s officials has been running from pillar to post to get permission to host the four allotted matches including a semi-final partly because it has not addressed demolition orders dating back to 1997 Despite this flagrant violation of the law for almost two decades the association continues to be granted high-profile matches and there is no attempt by the BCCI to investigate its functioning or make arrangements for the matches to be moved In fact the opposite is true with Thakur saying at a news conference earlier this week that he was confident the Feroz Shah Kotla would host all its matches This after a Division Bench of the Delhi High Court headed by Chief Justice G Rohini slammed the board saying it could not “live from match to match” According to Hindu “The court said the DDCA could hold the matches after demolishing a part of the structure situated near the monument Kotla Baoli ‘If it is unauthorised it has to go The matter has been kept pending since 1997’ observed the Bench” You don’t have to look far for an explanation Arun Jaitley Union Finance Minister was president of the DDCA from 1999 to 2013 and remains its patron saint When politics is involved political imperatives will always trump cricketing ones And so cricketing tragedy becomes cricketing farce even as the BCCI tries to prevent getting more egg on its face than it already has In its last hearing on the Lodha Committee report on 3 March the Supreme Court said "the feeling is that politicians may want to hold the post for power and clout It is the source of aggrandisement that is why this recommendation has been made (to keep politicians away)" On the basis of this evidence the Court and the Lodha Committee are absolutely right in wanting to keep politicians away from the BCCI Srinagar: Security forces on Sunday foiled an infiltration attempt by the Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) near the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir’s Uri sector killing two militants an official said Representational image PTI Director General of Police (DGP) SP Vaid said there was no casualty on the Indian side and that a possible tragedy was averted by the army and the Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) "BAT action bid foiled by army and JKP Two terrorists killed in Dulanja Uri No casualty on our side Possible tragedy averted" Vaid tweeted The DGP did not share any further details The force foiled a major infiltration attempt by the militants on the intermittent night of 4 and 5 November along the LoC in Uri sector in Baramulla district of north Kashmir an army spokesman said "The terrorists who tried to infiltrate by exploiting difficult terrain conditions along the LoC were intercepted by the alert army troops on duty close to the LoC "The terrorists resorted to indiscriminate firing and in the ensuing gun battle two terrorists were killed while escaping towards the LoC" he said The spokesman said that a large number of arms and ammunition and other warlike stores were recovered from the slain militants "A deliberate search operation is still underway" the spokesman said adding this is a fourth infiltration bid foiled in the Uri sector in the last five months "This displays the alertness and resilience of the army troops who engaged and neutralised the terrorists and resulted in foiling this infiltration attempt in Uri Sector" he said Elections to the Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCD) take place in the National Capital on Sunday as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seeks to clinch a third successive stint at the helm of Delhi’s civic body The elections are expected to be a tightly contested affair between the three major players in Delhi politics — BJP Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) All three parties have released their manifestos and have chosen to focus on issues they consider key to winning the critical municipal election Regularisation of old buildings is an important feature of all parties’ manifestos AP representational image So the incumbent BJP has drawn heavily on the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi banking on the same formula that contributed to its victory in Uttar Pradesh Assembly election earlier this year The saffron party has also taken its cuesfrom the Uttar Pradesh government of Yogi Adityanath promising a set of populist measures it believes will hold it in good stead The party accusing the AAP-led state government of not releasing Centre’s funds to civic bodies has said it will bat fordirect transfer of funds from the Centre to the municipal corporations On the other hand Congress has focussed on youth to help with both education and employment The party has also promised to tackle poverty and infrastructure if it wins the popular mandate Aam Aadmi Party which is in power in the state after winning the 2014 Assembly election on a zero-corruption plank has used the argument again for the municipal polls Apart from this the party has also decided tofocus on cleanliness accusing the incumbent BJP leadership of doing nothing to clean the country’s capital city Here’s a look at what the three parties have promised in their election manifestos: Key elements from BJP’s election manifesto: – BJP has said it won’t levy any new municipal taxes and existing rates will not be hiked – The party has also said it will start a new scheme under which meals will be offered by the civic body for Rs 10 – The BJP wants to ensure regularisation of sanitation workers while also putting pressure on the AAP state government to regularise unauthorised colonies – Exemption from getting building plans approved for plots measuring up to 105 square metres will now be extended to plots measuring up to 500 square metres – Rs 10 lakh insurance cover for students studying in MCD schools and health cards for Delhi’s citizens – Autorickshaw stands and taxi stands with restrooms for drivers – Issuing new licences to hawkers and street vendors under the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act 2014) Key elements from Congress’ election manifesto: – Congress has also promised to not impose any new taxes and has said existing house tax rates will also be lowered It has focussed on "effective collection" of taxes – Five lakh street vendors tobe identified registered and provided with licences All temporary sanitation workers will be regularised in two years -Rs 2000 crore would be earmarkedfor regularisation of unauthorised colonies and for thespeeding up of their regularisation The jhugdi jhopdi clusters would also be developed through in-situ rehabilitation replacing the shanties by housing complexes – A Livelihood Security and Compassion Department (LSCD) programme will be launched under which all 1700 corporation schools will be brought directly under the MCD – Mandatory annual job fairs will be organised for all the corporation-run training institutes – Annual cultural programmes will be organised while facilities like open air gymnasiums floodlit badminton and volleyball courts and coaching for football and cricket will be made available Key elements from Aam Aadmi Party’s election manifesto: – The Aam Aadmi Party has said its primary focus will be on eliminating corruption which will turn the civic corporation’s finances around – Civic employees’ salaries will be regulated Salary will be received on or before the seventh of every month – More sanitation employees would be recruited whilethose on contract would get regular jobs Desilting of nullahs will begin within one year if AAP comes to power it said – No more landfills by 2019 Chikungunya and dengue to be completely eliminated in Delhi city – Will set up world-class hospitals and dispensaries Free medicines and lab tests will be provided at civic-run hospitals By: Tech Desk | Updated: September 30 2016 4:50 pm Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has imposed restrictions on the carrying of Galaxy Note 7 devices in check-in baggages since September 9 Top News Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices are still causing a lot of trouble for Samsung but the company has said in a statement saying that there is no restriction set by DGCA on the use of select Note 7 phones on planes Samsung has clarified that the DGCA has issued an advisory to airlines and the public stating that it is lifting the restrictions on the in-flight use of the Galaxy Note 7 devices that have been purchased after September 15 The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has imposed restrictions on the carrying of Galaxy Note 7 devices in check-in baggages since September 9 The restriction also asked Note 7 users to keep their devices off through the entire flight and also to not charge them on board This restriction will however not apply to Galaxy Note 7 devices that have been purchased after September 15 Customers can identify their devices as safe if they carry a ‘green battery icon’ on them If your Galaxy Note 7 has this icon on it it is safe to charge and use it on airplanes Samsung had not started the sale of the Galaxy Note 7 in India and has delayed the launch of the device after a lot of reports of the phones exploding started surfacing on the Internet The company has recalled all Note 7 devices that have been shipped across the world The recall is expected to cost the company billions of dollars According to an official statement by the CPSC there have been 92 reports of the batteries overheating in US itself Read: Safe Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone explodes in China “It is important to note that Samsung has not sold a single unit of Galaxy Note 7 in India so far The ‘green battery icon’ will apply to all Galaxy Note 7 units that will be sold to customers in India when it is launched We recognize the inconvenience this has caused to customers flyers and airline authorities and remain committed towards customer safety” Samsung said in its statement For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWith the election noise now behind him Vijay Rupani is all set to usher in his second term in Gujarat a state which has been under the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) rule for 22 years straight Though the BJP retained power in the key western state for a record sixth term the fact that Congress did manage to chip away some of its strongholds is not lost on the party The polls were won on the promise of a better Gujarat and undoubtedly on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal charisma But going forward it isRupani who would be burdened with the task to steer the government neutralising the discontent amid Patidars and Dalits and surviving an economic slowdown and the woes of the agrarian community Add to it the state’s rather stagnant performance on key human development indices like infant mortality rate literacy rate girls’ enrollment in schoolsand a low conviction rate for crimes when it comes to scheduled castes and tribes when compared to the national average Rupani has his task cut out ahead of him Poll results show the BJP lost 14 rural seats while the opposition added the same number of seats to its tally If Rupani seeks to reinvigorate BJP in the rural belt he must address the roots of the agrarian crisis in Gujarat Reuters Agrarian Crisis The BJP ceded a lot of territory to the Congress in the rural belt which is plagued by an economic slowdown repeated droughts mounting debts and lowering prices of agricultural produce Poll results show that the BJP lost 14 rural seats while the Opposition added the same number of seats to its tally If Rupani seeks to reinvigorate BJP in the rural belt he must address the roots of the agrarian crisis in Gujarat According to a report in Business Standard? The body was identified by Kumar’s family who came to the Sukhna police post from Kharar on Wednesday morning after hearing of an unidentified body fished out of the lake. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research when a large number of people and institutions digitally record health data either in health apps or in digitised clinics,he said. but Ireland held on.

Never before 2014 did India’s election to the Lok Sabha witness such a masterly combination of organisation, benefit from multiple kinds of threads,others dismissive. The court was hearing a PIL filed by the Bombay Bar Association (BBA) and the Western India Automobile Association seeking greater traffic safety and strict adherence of traffic norms in the city. the PMC will have 162 corporators and five members can be nominated. who works in Noida, download Indian Express App ?

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