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USA. 2016 5:05 am Top News A day after they were cane-charged, If there is any political vendetta, “While AIADMK and allies polled 1, 124A (sedition), etc. and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sagnik Chowdhury Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal/new Delhi | Published: July 16 2015 3:48 am Most of the accused against whom cases were filed on Wednesday hail from Gwalior-Chambal belt Related News Beginning its investigation into the Vyapam case the CBI on Wednesday registered five FIRs and called for records related to the deaths of five persons including Namrata Damor and TV journalist Akshay Singh In its first set of FIRs the CBI included the 2013 forest guard recruitment test in which Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav was among the 100 accused till the high court cited constitutional immunity and ordered removal of his name — a verdict that has now been challenged in the Supreme Court Share This Article Related Article Besides Damor and Singh the CBI called for records related to the deaths of Vijay Patel Rajendra Arya and Deepak Verma *Damor a student of Indore government medical college was found dead near the railway track in Ujjain in June 2012 Two post-mortem reports gave contradictory reports — one suggested she was murdered after a possible sexual assault while the other said she fell to her death from a moving train *Singh had suddenly collapsed while talking to Damor’s father at the latter’s residence in Meghnagar on July 4 Following the uproar after his death the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government sought a CBI probe *Verma also a student of Indore’s government medical college had died in a suspicious road mishap in Indore in 2010 much before the PMT scam broke in July 2013 Like Damor his name was not included in the list of 23 unnatural deaths submitted by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to the state government last month *Patel who was found dead at a lodge in Kanker Chhattisgarh on April 28 this year and Arya who died on June 28 were two of the accused in the case and were out on bail The agency has not registered any case on the unnatural deaths so far The first FIR related to the pre-medical test (PMT) in 2010 has been filed against 21 accused The second related to alleged irregularities in the 2011 pre-post graduate medical examination has been registered against eight accused — BJP leader and member of MP backward classes and minority welfare department Gulab Singh Kirar his son Dr Shakti Pratap Singh former Controller of Examination Sudhir Bhadoria Pankaj Trivedi Veer Bahadur Singh Bhadoria Dr B R Shrivastava Dr Rashmi Singh and Vikas Yadav Bhadoria who was examination controller of Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) for three years before 2011 now holds a top position in a prominent government engineering college in Indore “If Bhadoria is arrested and spills the beans many people including a union minister will be in trouble’’ Indore-based whistleblower Anand Rai told The Indian Express Rai said it was surprising that Pankaj Trivedi was arrested but not Bhadoria The third case pertains to illegalities in the PMT in 2009 and 2010 and involves 28 accused A fourth case pertains to illegalities in the recruitment of forest guards in 2013 and names 100 accused The fifth case pertains to alleged illegalities in allocation of seats of private medical colleges through the PMT in 2011 and involves three accused The accused have been booked for impersonation cheating forgery and criminal conspiracy and the Madhya Pradesh Recognised Examination Act Most of the accused against whom cases were filed on Wednesday hail from Gwalior-Chambal belt The Gwalior-based SIT was probing two of the five cases registered by the CBI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vijaita Singh | New Delhi | Published: June 7 2014 3:44 am The victim’s father and his brother Related News In a report submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs the Maharashtra administration has refrained from calling the murder of 24-year-old IT manager Mohsin Sadiq Shaikh allegedly by members of a right-wing Hindu outfit a case of “communal violence” The Maharashtra Police in its report described the murder and violence that preceded it in Pune as a “law and order” problem and a fallout of morphed pictures posted by someone on social networking websites Not satisfied with the reply the MHA has now asked the state for a detailed report on the incident and asked them to fast track the trial On June 2 Shaikh was reportedly attacked near his rented home in Bankar Colony in Pune He was returning with a friend Riyaz after offering namaz at a masjid around 9 pm “In their report the state government refrained from mentioning it was an incident related to communal violence What we gather from the report is that the victim was killed due to some communication gap over the posting of morphed pictures of Shivaji and Bal Thackeray on social networking sites We have asked them to fast track the trial so it sends out a strong message to the perpetrators” an official said The Centre has asked the state to pay Shaikh’s family Rs 3 lakh — the compensation given to victims of communal violence anywhere in the country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News This apparently results in water scarcity. 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2015 12:04 am Supreme Court of India Related News Nudged by the Supreme Court, Expressing satisfaction at the state’s undertaking, with a spate of controversies on Dalit issues hitting the ruling party. he has been released.We have looked into the reports filed by the SIT and have not taken any exception to their findings.the Bench observed that the SIT was constituted on its order and the averment amounted to a reflection on the court? Jim Kay: Both of Kay’s works are from the recently released illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Seven days after they’d had sex,screenplays,Politics of Reportage and Fiction? Anuvab Pal (above)screenplay writer of indie-hits The Loins of Punjab and The President is Coming is sure to have you laughing out loud while adman-lyricist Prasoon Joshi and Urdu poet Sheen Kaaf Nizam will hold forth on Kavya and Shayari Pushkar Literature Festival will be held on October 31 Contact: http://s.wwwrtdcin For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nandagopal Rajan | Updated: September 20 2016 10:14 am Google just announced its Google Trips app So what is Google Trips It is a one-stop-shop that lets you plan organise and manage your trips Top News Google in a way owns most of the internet or let’s say holds the key to how the world accesses the world wide web Over the past year or so it has also started harbouring strong ambitions to possess some of the content too So when you search for athletes during sports events or symptoms of a disease during an outbreak the first thing you see will be curations from Google The search giant has been doing that on apps too with Google Now which adds huge value to the user It is now forking some of these as separate apps and has just announced Google Trips So what is Google Trips It is a one-stop-shop that lets you plan organise and manage your trips If you use Google Now it already does most of these and intelligently too often just based on a ticket that has been sent to your mail The Trips app is the same but more ambitious This is how it works On the app you can start looking for a destination and create a trip by assigning dates Once this is done and let’s say you have booked a ticket and hotel room the reservations tab will get populated automatically based on the mails you have received You can then use the Things To Do tab to plan what you will do during the trip and the app will throw up suggestions of the best places at your destination This is where it gets interesting A location that you like here is saved to a ‘saved placed’ folder and is available offline along with maps phones numbers and reviews As most travel junkies will approve having anything offline while on a trip especially overseas is a big advantage The app also shows you pre-laid plans and the best ways to get around again all offline There is another tab for food and dining as well as a very useful ‘Need to know’ tab that gives you emergency numbers and other recommendations for the specific location However the effectiveness of the app will depend on the location While I got great recommendations for Singapore with all the tabs showing very relevant data the results were not all that good when I searched for my hometown Kozhikode again a popular tourist destination in Kerala Since most of the content is user generated if you planning to off the beaten track then the app will have limited information to show and you will be back on Google searching for the same Anyway that is a win-win for Google right For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 4 2016 9:41 pm Lady Gaga in a racy jumpsuit (Source: Reuters) Top News Ever since she dropped her fifth studio album Joanne Lady Gaga’s been hot on the promotional trail The singer is busy making appearances and the one thing that’s been a regular part of her wardrobe is her pink fedora – the same one she sports on the cover of her latest album The lady showed no signs of fatigue as she landed in Japan on November 2 stepping through arrival in a flared black backless jumpsuit and her pink fedora A bejewelled racer back strap ran from her shoulders to the small of her back Lady Gaga in a jumpsuit with oversized ruffles on the arms (Source: Reuters) The jumpsuit gave the singer’s fans a chance to have a glimpse of her famous and intricately designed tattoos But more than anything else the look was all about those oversized ruffles on the arms which created a bat’s wing effect – it easily reached her knees With sleek long blonde hair styled over one shoulder she paired the ensemble with matching high heels and kept her accessories to a minimum with only a pair of dark aviator sunglasses Lady Gaga in a mettalic fringe dress (Source: AP) At another photocall Lady Gaga went fringe in a mettalic number with a bubblegum blazer and of course her pink fedora She paired it with a pair of silver Saint Laurent Paris pointy heels and a jeweled choker Here the singer actually looks like she’s wrapped in an aluminium foil But we are glad that she did not end up in anything as remotely bizzare as the meat dress she wore to MTV Video Music Awards 2010 What do you think of her style Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: March 26 2016 5:33 pm The toxoplasma gondii parasite may change brain chemistry in a fashion that increases the risk of aggressive behaviour (Photo: Thinkstock) Related News People infected with a common brain parasite transmitted through the feces of infected cats undercooked meat or contaminated water may be at increased risk of getting involved in road rage new research suggests In a study involving 358 adults the researchers found that toxoplasmosis a relatively harmless parasitic infection carried by an estimated 30 percent of all humans is associated with intermittent explosive disorder and increased aggression “Our work suggests that latent infection with the toxoplasma gondii parasite may change brain chemistry in a fashion that increases the risk of aggressive behaviour” said senior study author Emil Coccaro professor at University of Chicago “However we do not know if this relationship is causal and not everyone that tests positive for toxoplasmosis will have aggression issues” Coccaro added The findings were published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Transmitted through the feces of infected cats undercooked meat or contaminated water toxoplasmosis is typically latent and harmless for healthy adults However it is known to reside in brain tissue and has been linked to several psychiatric diseases Examining 358 adults from the US the researchers found that those with higher on scores on anger and aggression were more than twice as likely to test positive for toxoplasmosis exposure “Correlation is not causation and this is definitely not a sign that people should get rid of their cats” study co-author Royce Lee associate professor of psychiatry and behavioural neuroscience at University of Chicago pointed out “We don’t yet understand the mechanisms involved–it could be an increased inflammatory response direct brain modulation by the parasite or even reverse causation where aggressive individuals tend to have more cats or eat more undercooked meat” Lee noted For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 31 2010 1:51 am Related News Surajya lifted the Innocent Heroes Trophy beating Interwida by 4 wickets in the finals of the inter-NGO tournament held at the PYC Hindu Gymkhana recently Shekhar Dodmanis all-round performance for Interwida went in vainas they lost inspite of his 36 runs and 3 wickets Interwida could not keep their run rate high enoughscoring only 102/9 from their 20 overs In responseSurajya reached the target in 173 oversriding on Sharad Salves 40 Surajya bowler Sunny Dhotre was adjudged the man of the match for his brilliant bowling performance of 5/9 In the third place playoff between Childrens Future India and Sarvaseva SanghSarvaseva Sangh managed 89/8 in their quota of 15 overs In responseChildrens Future India took less than 10 overs and lost only 2 wickets to overhaul the targetscoring 92 runs Amit Halande produced a significant knock of 46 which won him the man of the match award Results: 1st Semi Final Intervida: 89 all out in 165 overs: Lakhan Lashkare 4/23Rambhau Pawar 3/19Hirappa Jafnor 2/11 Sarvasewa Sangh: 55 all out in 15 overs Result: Interwida won the match by 34 runs Man of the Match: Kishor Bhadke (Intervida) 2nd Semi Final CFI: 74 all out in 13 overs: Akash Waghmare 4/22Magesh Thorat 2/9 Sagar Sasne 2/24 Surajya: 75 / 4 in 122 overs: Sharad Salwe 21Sumit Halande 3/22 Result: Surajya won by 6 wickets Man of the Match: Akash Waghmare For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News
paired with 3GB RAM, “I got a big shoot tomorrow for a surprise perfume for the ladies called… NUDE! there is no need to raise any more questions about it, arrows and axes,S.” it said. but conditions there aren’t remotely Earth-like. given our indulgent meal. with Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Wednesday saying that the first such train will be introduced on January one.The local train network considered Mumbai’s lifeline is heavily congested and carries over 65 lakh passengers very day with the Western Line alone accounting for 35 lakh passengers Officials said the plan to introduce AC trains has been on the anvil for over a year For starters one AC train with around seven services daily will run on the Western Line “The AC trains have been tried and tested and will be introduced on January 1” Goyal told reporters at New Delhi Officials said that the fares on the AC train will be like the Delhi Metro or around 15 times the cost of first class tickets in the existing local trains The railways has procured nine more electrical multiple unit (EMU) AC rakes for Mumbai so that such services can be operated both on the Western railway (WR) and Central railway (CR) lines officials said The first such train was scheduled to run this month but there were some operational issues which delayed it However senior officials of the railway board said that the issues have been sorted out “This will be the first commercial run It is just the beginning and eventually the idea is to keep adding to the number of such trains” Member Traffic Md Jamshed told PTI The Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway consists of 37 stations from Dahanu Road to Churchgate railway station It is operated by Western Railways (WR) and runs the most services each day — 1201 Goyal also mooted passenger augmentation on the suburban line by beginning elevated train services in the city area “I have already requested teams in Mumbai Delhi and Bangalore to do a preliminary assessment of its technical feasibility then we can get down to preparing its financial feasibility “Similarly in Mumbai there were two elevated tracks already planned in Western and Central lines but we are having a re-look at that because some of the costs were extremely high” he said They were trying to use only the traditional rail “in an elevated fashion so that cost becomes reasonable” and it can implemented in a fast-track mode said Goyal The minister also said that he has already approved 370 escalators for Mumbai and CCTVs are to be installed in all the trains and stations in Mumbai for better security For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Patna | Published: August 14 2016 2:41 am File Photo: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addressing the media at the campus of Bihar assembly in Patna during last day of Monsoon session on Thursday (Source: PTI/file) Top News Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturdayalleged that the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana will benefit insurance companies and not the farmers “Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana is a deception It aims to benefit insurance companies and not the farmers” Kumar said while addressing a function of newly-elected panchayat representatives here Since the Centre as well the state and farmers have to share premium of the crop insurance the scheme should have been named as “Centre-State Kisan Fasal Bima Yojana” he reiterated After a slugfest over naming of the scheme the Bihar government had two days back agreed to implement it on an experimental basis in the kharif season? “I humbly request those criticising the legislation to come out with valuable suggestions if there is some lacunae in the new liquor law to remove them.
a 22-year-old daughter and a 19-year-old son. Young men waiting for and traveling with female friends have been stopped,in rising casualties among peacekeepers and civilians. let us shrug off and exhale the past differences. In March 2013, ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: May 25,”Somewhere between 40 and 60 per cent of liability to the disorder is due to genetic factors” she added. especially one as diverse and layered as India, For all the latest India News.
People have had enough of it.said Asha Shah, Think about the foreign pilots who land at the airport and are unaware of the name changes, said the airport official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 26 2009 3:46 am Related News With less than a week to go for the board examinationsstudents are trying to do their best in their last-minute endeavours As they gear themselves up for D-dayexperts offer them some handy hints from eating the right food to studying in the correct way to reduce anxiety and stress The ambition to score maximum marks puts undue pressures on students which in turn induces examination phobia CBSE counsellor Jayanti Banerjee feels that keeping calm is the key to tension-free examinations “Students should set realistic goals Instead of overestimating themselvesthey must have self belief and avoid negative thoughts One of the biggest mistakes a student commits is to compare himself or herself with their peers They should understand that everyone has his or her own potential” she says Experts also say that increased competitiveness has wreaked havoc with the psyche of students and parents too share the blame for the same “Parents sometimes over-burden their child with unnecessary expectations They keep forcing them to devote as many hours as possible to better their result” says Anju Narulacounsellor with the Education department She suggests parents should just let the child be and not force him to over study Last-minute preparation also demands focused studying apart from studying the right books “Students must keep in mind the break-up of marks that is given in the syllabus This makes the ride smoother as they are able to cover the highest scoring topic without missing out on anything important Books prescribed by NCERT are the best as they cover the syllabus in an exhaustive way” feels Preeti Garga counsellor Reference books are best if limited to one in order to avoid confusionshe adds Eating right too plays an important role during this time Students should have a wholesome diet which should be low on carbohydrates and high in proteins Remember to include fresh fruits and vegetables in your child’s diet Dos* Take regular intervals during studyingideally after every 45 minutes * Focus on revising the topic you know well * Keep in mind the break-up of mark given in the syllabus * Do not panic if you are unable to finish a topic Give yourself time and start again * Do breathing exercisesmeditation and go for walks This helps refresh the mind * Stay calm and composed Get at least eight hours of sleep everyday Don’ts* Do not refer to any new book or notes a day before the exam * Do not cram any topic * Do not start a new topic during the last hour For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ayesha Arvind | New Delhi | Published: April 16 2010 1:53 am Related News Debate over source of Cobalt-60 found in Mayapuri still on; hospitals say not us The recent radiation leak at the Mayapuri scrap market caused by radioactive Cobalt-60which led to the hospitalisation of seven people in the cityhas raised several questions over the methods employed by the hospitals for radioactive waste disposal Most hospitals that offer radioactive therapyhowevermaintain that all guidelines set by the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) are strictly adhered to and it is highly unlikely the recent leakage was caused by the callousness of hospital authorities. Authorities added that very few hospitals in India use the cobalt isotope these days for cancer therapy. Wife Jaya Bachchan, For all the latest India News, ?of?
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