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Manchester United’s Ruud van Nistelrooy slammed a stoppage-time penalty against the bar and was confronted by five Arsenal players in ugly scenes at the final whistle, The administration is also planning to increase VAT on motor vehicles and petrol to bring it on a par with Punjab. The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is getting ready to install solar streetlights in slum settlements. The civic body is taking a cue from central and state governments providing solar power in remote villages “The project is inspired by solar lights illuminating rural remote places” said S S Chaudhari executive engineer of PMC He said the civic body had been struggling to ensure facilities in congested slums due to difficulty in laying down power cables “Providing light in slums through cables has been a tough task There would be difficulties in repairing and maintenance as a repair van has to reach the location Electric cables also cause risk in slum areas as hutments are close to electric poles” Chaudhari said The solar street light reduces maintenance and repair apart from helping the civic body save electricity he said adding “If solar street lights to be installed at 10 slums in Shivajinagar area prove useful then it would be replicated across the city It would be a permanent solution to problems faced on illuminating congested slums in the city” The civic body would use funds allotted by the legislator The PMC would in the initial phase use Rs 1 crore offered by MLC Deepti Chowdhary from funds allotted to legislators as local area development fund It would install 160 street lights each of Rs 62499 using the money Deputy Municipal Commissioner Vijay Dahibhate said PMC earlier used solar street lights in some gardens “Solar lights do not have much illumination and is useful in places like gardens and slums but cannot be used on busy streets To save energy the civic body has been trying to use solar energy at various places and will work on using it in civic offices and buildings” he added The civic body has been unable to resolve the problem of paying electricity charges of slum rehabilitation schemes due to heavy power consumption of lift and other facilities in the buildings he said adding that the civic body would take up another project using funds of legislator Ramesh Bagwe to run lift and electric pumps for such schemes by tapping solar energy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLudhiana | Published: January 12 2014 11:12 pm Chinta Mohith Nager at the National Youth Festival at PAU in Ludhiana on Sunday Related News Serving the society since the age when one is lost in childhood fun two professional magicians were given the National Youth Award 2012-13 on Sunday along with 30 others who are working on various social issues One of them is a 16-year-old student who since age of 9 is fighting against black magic and other evils The other is a 29-year-old woman who first experienced magic at the age of five The 16-year-old Chinta Mohith Nager Satya Krishna hailing from East Godavari Andhra Pradesh has been using his tricks to educate villagers against black magic and superstitions Kruti Subhash Parekh a 29-year-old from Mumbai and the first test tube baby of India has been using her magic to create awareness on environmental issues and also training blind deaf and dumb children to learn magic For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: October 27 2015 1:24 am Related News The Maharashtra government is mulling the idea of introducing an international technology that uses radio frequency to read meters accurately check power use and theft The technology will also enable disconnecting the supply in case of theft to address the problem of load-shedding in an area “The technology which has been developed by a company called Sensus will require installation of towers with a radius of 12 km under its arena The towers use radio frequency to measure power consumption by consumers accurately They not only read the measurements and transmit them directly to the IT section of the supplying company but also detect tampering and theft to pin down culprits Using this technology we can segregate honest consumers from the dishonest ones and can cut supply to the latter This could help avoid load-shedding to villages where the receipts are less than 40 pc of the total bill We are thinking of starting a pilot project soon” state Power Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule told The Indian Express Maharashtra has more than 6000 villages suffering from load-shedding despite abundant power supply This is due to the rule enforcing 10 hours of load-shedding to villages or towns where the receipts are less than 40 pc of the total bill there Currently the cost of manual meter reading is about Rs 9 per meter The new technology could make it a one-time expenditure of about Rs 500-600” Bawankule added “Agriculture also suffers in the process So we have planned a feeder separation programme to have different channels for domestic and agricultural power use called Deendayal Upadhyay Gramjyoti Yojana It will start in January and will be completed in 18 months at an expense of Rs 2200 crore The funds will be sponsored by the Centre” Bawankule further said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: July 31 2016 11:12 am Photo taken for representation purpose (File Photo) Top News Lawyers have blamed the Chandigarh administration for their inordinate delays in deciding cases related to misuse of property They claim that the delay has resulted in accumulation of hefty amounts against the alleged violators which sometimes even surpass the value of the property As per rules the maximum period for levying charges related to misuse of property is six months The administration though does not take a final call on the notices issued for years but charges penalty from the date the notice has been issued until the date of decision on the notice which could sometimes span for years In one such case Davinder Singh owner of a showroom in Sector 20 was served a violation notice on February 27 2012 The case is still pending and the penalty for the misuse has compounded to over Rs 70 lakh There are even cases which dates back to 2005 Hartar Singh was issued a notice on March 16 2005 with a penalty amounting to Rs 6 lakh for building violations in his showroom in Sector 20 The case is yet to be decided and the penalty amount has accumulated to over Rs 25 lakh In instances where senior officials have ordered setting aside penalty levied from the seventh month onwards these orders have been ignored The rule say that when a misuse of a site or building including violation of Section 2 4 5 6 or 12 (2) of the Act or rule 9 is reported or comes to the notice of the estate officer the occupier must be served a notice and is required to remove the violation within one month as well as pay monthly penalty determined by the Chandigarh administration for a maximum of six months The estate officer shall after giving the occupier an opportunity to be heard determine whether or not the violation has been removed In case it has been removed charges must be levied from the date when the notice was issued to the date of removal In case it has not been removed the estate officer may extend time for such removal up to period not exceeding six months from the date of issue of notice Over the past several years the Chandigarh estate office has issued over 2000 such notices of which around 1200 are still pending at different levels Majority of the notices have been issued to owners of properties in Sectors 17 18 22 26 34 and 35 UT assistant estate officer (AEO) Prince Dhawan said that the cases of misuse are judicial proceedings and it takes time in disposing them as all the laid down norms have to be followed “Our main aim is to get a right judgment rather then doing a hurried job” explained Dhawan However lawyers share a different viewpoint Lawyer Rajbir Singh Guron said that the city residents are facing a lot of harassment due the excessive time taken by the administration in deciding a case and charging of penalty till the case is not settled When asked about orders passed by chief administrators in past which set aside orders issued by the estate officer levying penalty for more than six months on grounds that the orders were not passed in accordance with the provisions of Rule 9A of Chandigarh Sale of Sites and Building Rules 1960 UT finance secretary Sarvjit Singh said that he was not aware of such orders passed by his predecessor on the issue of levying charges for misuse “I will check the orders and take appropriate action” said the finance secretary In an order passed by then chief administrator on January 3 2007 then chief administrator had aside orders issued by the estate officer charging penalty for more than six months In another order passed by then chief administrator on March 10 2009 misuse charges imposed for a period of 887 days were termed illegal and the estate office was directed to recalculate the charges limiting the period of misuse to six months Watch Video: What’s making news Criticising the administration lawyers SK Jain and Vikas Jain said that they are not only flouting laid down rules but are also ignoring orders passed by officials in the past “The administration ignores orders of official giving relief to the residents” the lawyers said The administration had recently reduced misuse charge to Rs 300 from Rs 500 per square ft in commercial and Rs 180 per square ft in residential The penalty charges has been reduced despite an Punjab and Haryana high court order dated October 8 2012 which observed that the administration was not eligible to impose misuse penalty without making changes in the Capital of Punjab (Development and Regulation) Act 1952 and getting it approved from Parliament For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIf you want to learn how to live in the moment you don’t need to take yoga lessons or visit a monastery or study ancient Buddhist texts All you need to do is watch Virender Sehwag bat With other batsmen there is a sense of continuity a sense that what happens with this delivery is predicated on what happened to the previous one and what might happen to the next one With Sehwag there was only this ball this moment If it was a bad delivery it would be punished If it was a good delivery it might still be punished If it was a really good delivery then he might show it some respect And then it was on to the next ball The previous one might have been hit for four or six or been defended or nicked through the slips It didn’t matter He might have been batting on 5 or 95 or 195 It didn’t matter The game might be in the balance It didn’t matter The only thing that mattered was the current moment File photo of Virender Sehwag batting against Australia Getty Sometimes Sehwag lost the battle to the bowler More often he won But always he was the same For him batting was to be enjoyed and this is how he enjoyed it There was no reason to complicate matters further “When I take guard thoughts like "hit the first ball for a four or six" or "try to defend" enter my mind time sometimes” he told ESPNcricinfo in an interview in 2009 “That is a time when my mind is preoccupied with various thoughts But if my mind is blank then I will play according to the merit of the ball So if I’m singing a song I concentrate hard on getting the right lines and finding a rhythm And when I’m concentrating on something I’m automatically concentrating on the ball” Two well-worn stories illustrate Sehwag’s unique approach The first is his 195 against Australia in Melbourne in 2003 He had gone from 189 to 195 with a six and from there 200 was just another six away Except Sehwag mistimed his shot and was caught But instead of being mad at missing out on a double-century Sehwag was upset with himself because he had got out to a bad ball that was there to be hit The other has to do with his India record of 309 in Multan in 2004 No Indian batsmen had made a triple-century before Sehwag had already gone past VVS Laxman’s record of 281 and was on 295 Sachin Tendulkar told Sehwag during the course of that innings: "If you try to hit a six I will hit you on the bum" But Sehwag couldn’t stop being himself “That is why I didn’t hit sixes in Multan but when I was near 300 I told him [Tendulkar] that I was going to hit Saqlain [Mushtaq] and he could hit me on my bum” Of course Sehwag hit the next ball for six to become the first India player to make a Test triple-century Sehwag was able to play this way because he had beautiful balance and hand-eye co-ordination that would have made the best batsman jealous It was his balance that allowed him to treat even good balls as boundary balls because his body was in the right place to play an attacking shot As a result Sehwag terrified opposing captains and bowlers because he was not subject to traditional cricketing logic He was a law unto himself It is no coincidence that India’s best run in Test cricket overlapped with Sehwag at his peak He gave India a weapon that opposing teams could not stop only try to contain It would be a mistake to think all this means Sehwag was unconcerned with technique or the nuances of the game He picked the brains of teammates like Tendulkar and understood what was necessary about the art of batting and how the little changes could make a big difference Here’s another excerpt from the same ESPNcricinfo that illustrates how clearly Sehwag saw his craft: “It doesn’t matter whether you move your feet or not if your head is still and body is in balance you can score lots of runs This I learned from Tendulkar He pointed out that if your head is still you can see the ball clearly and pick the length quickly If the head is not still you will make mistakes That’s why I don’t have trigger movements and my body is still and I’m balanced and I have lots of time to play the ball” Sehwag’s joyful unfettered approach yielded 8586 runs from 104 Tests at an average of 4934 with 23 hundreds But as with Tendulkar the numbers don’t come close to telling the story What Sehwag gave us was a both a new kind of batting and a homage to the ancient art of mindfulness He wrote his song on the wind and took us along for the ride And for that we will always be grateful New Delhi | Published: April 9 2014 2:04 am Related News As campaigning drew to a close on Tuesday candidates across West Delhi put their best foot forward to reach out to voters While the AAP and the BJP attempted to reach out to sections they felt had been left out the Congress used campaign tactics it had not employed so far If Navjot Singh Sidhu former cricketer and sitting MP from Amritsar attempted to reach out to Sikhs for BJP’s Parvesh Singh Sahib Verma AAP’s Jarnail Singh reached out to sections other than Sikhs He also visited Sikh-dominated areas during a roadshow Each candidate attempted to put his best foot forward including Congress’ Mahabal Mishra who went on a door-to-door campaign in at least three Assembly segments in the constituency Four days ago Janakpuri a Sikh-dominated area in West Delhi had seen Parvesh’s jansabha attract very little crowd with BJP’s star campaigner Sukhbir Singh Badal Deputy CM of Punjab failing to turn up To remedy that error the BJP brought another star campaigner in Navjot Singh Sidhu on the last day of campaigning leaving residents of Tilak Vihar chanting “BJP zindabad” at the end of a nukkad sabha In Tilak Vihar addressing a crowd of 500 people Sidhu said “With Modi government the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots will be given justice Arvind Kejriwal made several promises to people and won their votes When he couldn’t fulfil their wishes he fled How can a man who can’t run Delhi run the country” By 1 pm the candidates were halfway through their roadshows In Uttam Nagar while Mishra reached out to residents appealing them to vote on the basis of development and not caste Jarnail Singh went to Nangloi Janakpuri and Vishnu Garden in a cavalcade of at least 15 cars and seven bikes up by nearly 50 per cent that was accompanying him till Monday As Jarnail Singh rode across his constituency in an open jeep AAP workers distributed wrist bands caps and pamphlets among people “Inquilaab zindabad” and “rang de basanti” resonated across the streets For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shishir Tripathi | Chandigarh | Published: September 17 2013 2:29 am Related News In 2003when Neeraj Vats lit the pyre of son Major Navneet Vatswho lost his life fighting terrorists in Srinagarthe whole nation joined them in mourning Army personneladministration representativespolice and senior political leaders gathered to pay tribute to the martyr A decade has passed since Neeraj and Vichitra Veena Vats lost their elder son Neeraj Vatsdied on July 272013 fighting against weekly dialysis and old age Now in her late 70s with acute depressionVichitra Vats is left to feed her 28-year-old differently abled sonNimishwithout any support As per the army rulesthe compensation and benefits went to the late officers wife Both Neeraj and Vichitra took voluntary retirement in 1998 and 2000 respectively A former SBI officialVichitra is proud of his son who died defending the country The incident has taken a heavy toll on her health Navneet who was commissioned in the Indian Army in 1994 was killed in action on November 202003 He was awarded the Sena Medal (posthumously) Neeraj Vats pledged his body to PGI before his death He knew that with an ailing and aged wife and a differently abled son there is no one whom he can burden with the obligation of performing the last rites?a former colleague and friend of Vats.a metal token is issued.making registration mandatory, The government needs to give specific information on this, it should be done here so that picture of the biggest state in the country can change,9 per cent) passed. have to clear the screening test for foreign medical graduates.

Deoband medical chief Dr Indrajeet Singh told? Dr Indrajeet Singh (CMS, Sonam On Red Carpet For Award?Although the power transmission segment has been opened to private investment in 1998 there has been only a limited success in attracting private investment, they lament I also cry since I was power minister in 1998 and managed the contentious transmission bill through a parliamentary committee unanimously They go on to say that the only public-private partnership project the Tala transmission system has been operational since May2007? which the government notified on 27 November, The resource requirements of the power sector remain very high. Indian spinners were always threatening. 2:30 pm: WICKET! So Durant moved on, That was the first time when I saw Sachin playing.

The party refused to change any candidate ? The Bihar-based party is expected to endorse the proposal to join the NDA in its national executive meeting in Patna on 19 August,India Meteorological Department (IMD),Mumbai and Konkan regions of Maharashtra have witnessed heavy showers in the past 24 hours Express photo by Nirmal Harindran 27th June 2017 Mumbai (With inputs from agencies) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: January 1 2017 11:58 am Deleted scenes from Rajinikanth’s Kabali released Dressed in fancy suits coupled with a thick beard Rajinikanth’s drool-worthy Kabali look was a massive hit with the audience Related News Producer Kalaippuli S Thanu of V Creations on Saturday released extra scenes of Kabali as a treat for fans of superstar Rajinikanth to mark the beginning of the New Year “Presenting you the #KabaliDeletedScenes Hope you like them #HappyNewYear in advance to all ) @superstarrajini” he tweeted The makers have released five scenes from the film that didn’t make it to the final cut including Kabali vetting Dinesh who was a member of the former’s rival gang And there is a scene from the safe-house too where Kabali is treated after he is shot just before the interval And remember the pre-climax scene where Kabali takes a fancy new handgun out of a wooden box while getting ready for a don’s birthday party That gun has a backstory and is revealed too The other couple of scenes shows Kabali’s unconditional love for his wife and daughter Rajinikanth had played a gangster in his 1995 cult-film Baasha His fans had to wait for over two decades to see him in the gangster avatar once again and the wait was completely worth it Dressed in fancy suits coupled with a thick beard Rajinikanth’s drool-worthy Kabali look was a massive hit with the audience Pa Ranjith’s directorial didn’t pack enough larger-than-life scenes to enthral the die-hard fans of the Thalaivar However many appreciated the director’s niche tone of the film including Rajinikanth The superstar loved the blockbuster gangster film so much that he even agreed to do another film under Ranjith’s direction The pre-production work for the film began this week and the untitled flick will be produced by Dhanush Rajinikanth’s son-in-law Dhanush will be bankrolling the project under his home production banner Wunderbar Films Watch | Rajinikanth shoots Dinesh | Kabali Deleted Scenes | Radhika Apte | Pa Ranjith | V Creations Watch |Rajinikanth finds out Dhanshika’s Love | Kabali Deleted Scenes | Dinesh | Pa Ranjith | V Creations Watch | Rajinikanth Gets a Gun from Don | Kabali Deleted Scenes | Radhika Apte | Pa Ranjith | V Creations Watch | Kabali expresses his love for Kumuthavalli | Kabali Deleted Scenes | Dhanshika | Radhika Apte Watch | Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte Romantic Scene | Kabali Deleted Scenes | Pa Ranjith | V Creations Kalaippuli meanwhile has said he is keen on making a sequel to the blockbuster and he even registered the title Kabali 2 at the Tamil Nadu Film Chambers But whether or not Rajinikanth will play the lead is yet to be confirmed from the makers For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: New York Times | Published: October 7 2014 12:32 am Last week Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkey is ready “for any cooperation in the fight against terrorism” But Turkey’s dilemma is far more grave than its leaders realise Related News Having helped create the IS Ankara has reasons to fear a Taliban-like blowback ? was recorded on Sunday at a maximum height of 5. Kung Fu Yoga is a multi-lingual and action-adventure comedy which is set to release on February 3 in India. to mean that the direction is to secure a uniform “personal” law.A baby quilt takes up to 20 hours to make, Now, For all the latest Pune News, nothing personal.

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