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A feeling of helplessness is constant.who is also a BJP functionary, “We must not fail in this regard. ‘Jeevant’. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences said it has commenced follow up work on the feedback received and convened meetings of HOD’s and Medical Superintendents to discuss it.” It added, While he doesn’t like to conform to a genre of food, perhaps for his collaboration with chef Boo Kwang Kim,s announcement of a special package of Rs 7,hence the delay, Kharatmal said In 2007the RTO had started distributing smart cards in place of the earlier paperback driving licences Till nowtwo lakh drivers in the city have been equipped with smart cards But the absence of the card readers had rendered the distribution of smart cards only partially successful For handling the smart card readersa few RTO officials from Pune have been trained in Mumbai The portable smart card readers are useful in registering and reading the data stored in the smart card microchip Once everything falls in placethree flying squads in Punewill be given the responsibility of using the readers?

Written by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Published: October 25 a Tamil poet.(Representational Image) Related News HAVING COMPLETED two-month parole term at his home in Jolarpet in Tamil Nadu’s Vellore district A G Perarivalan a life-term convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case returned to Vellore Central Prison Tuesday afternoon Perarivalan was granted parole on August 24 to visit his ailing father Kuyildasan a Tamil poet Arrested in June 1999 when he was 19 Perarivalan was not given bail or parole for 27 years of which 11 years were spent in solitary confinement This was his first visit outside jail Initially granted 30-day ordinary leave on compassionate grounds Perarivalan’s parole term was extended for another month on September 24 The state government considered a plea by his mother citing deteriorating health condition of his father while extending it His mother Arputham Ammal requested for a second parole extension last week but the government did not respond The first month of parole had permission for Perarivalan to meet close friends and visitors — Thol Thirumavalavan of Dalit party VCK and Trichy Siva of DMK were among senior political leaders who visited him The second month of parole term had strict rules that denied him permission to meet people outside his family “He was happy being home all these days” a relative said “He got the chance to meet many relatives and old friends for the first time in 27 years He hopes there will be a reprieve soon considering his long incarceration” Kuyildasan was hospitalised in Chennai for surgery and discharged a week ago before his treatment could be completed to allow him to be with his son as Perarivalan was not allowed to travel outside his native town Jolarpet is about 220 km from Chennai For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kolkata | Updated: February 5 2015 7:22 pm Supreme Court Related News In a setback to West Bengal’s ruling party Trinamool Congress Supreme Court today declined to monitor the CBI probe into the multi-crore rupee Saradha scam saying it has not made any accusation that the agency was “negligent” in its probe The court which also rejected state government and TMC’s allegation against the CBI of selectively leaking information to media about the ongoing probe however provided some respite to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and the state Law Minister by refusing to initiate contempt proceedings against them for allegedly obstructing CBI in its investigation “We see no reason to entertain these two contempt petitions especially when the CBI has no grievances against them” a Bench comprising justices T S Thakur and C Nagappan said and added that it was for the agency to allege it and seek action against the leaders The bench which had earlier transferred the cases to CBI allowed the state police to proceed with prosecution in 193 matters unrelated to Saradha scam in which the state police has filed chargesheets before the competent courts The order came when Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar and Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh appearing for CBI said the agency did not want to probe these 193 cases further and moreover chargesheets have been filed by the police Senior advocate Kapil Sibal appearing for the West Bengal government today did not press of the relief seeking to restrain media from doing “all kind of stories” credited to CBI sources “We will not be able to stop the media from doing their job” the bench said adding “these are the matters that cannot be controlled The CBI is doing the investigation Media is doing its own job Let us do our own job” The bench asked Sibal whether the state government was accusing CBI of selectively leaking information “No As state government we cannot object” Sibal said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 7 2017 8:31 pm Top News The government today reacted strongly to the nuclear and ballistic missile programmes of North Korea saying its proliferation links pose a grave threat to international peace and stability as have also adversely impacted India’s national security India also called upon DPRK to refrain from such actions that undermine international peace and stability an external affairs ministry release said here “DPRK’s continued pursuit of nuclear and ballistic missile programmes and its proliferation links pose a grave threat to international peace and stability They have also adversely impacted India’s national security” it said The release further said “We also urge the international community to work together to hold accountable all those parties that have supported these programmes” The Indian reaction came after North Korea took a major step forward in its missile program after test-launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) earlier this week For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kolkata | Updated: February 6 2014 3:42 pm Related News As pressure mounted on him to quit as the chief of West Bengal Human Rights Commission over a sexual assault allegationformer Supreme Court judge Ashok Kumar Ganguly on Tuesday said he was “undecided” on his future course of action “I have not decided I am undecided” Justice(retd) Ganguly said “Time has not come to think about it” he said when asked about his future course of action in the wake of demands for his resignation as the Chairman of WBHRC Gangulywho has been accused by a young law intern of sexually harassing herat the same time received support like from eminent lawyer Soli Sorabjee and former Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir amid a raging debate whether or not he should step down He has strongly denied the charge BJP leader Sushma Swaraj joined the chorus of demands for the resignation of Gangulysaying “not only Caesar’s wife but Caesar too must be above suspicion” “I strongly feel that Justice A K Ganguly should resign as Chairperson of West Bengal Human Rights Commission”the Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha said in a Twitter post Defending Sushma’s demandBJP spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain said a lot of questions has been raised in the sexual assault allegation which was a challenge to the credibility of the judiciary West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress has already demanded that Ganguly quit office “This is the first time such an allegation has been made against a former Supreme Court judge who is at present holding the post of WBHRC chairman He should resign immediately” said TMC MP Kalyan Bandopadhyaywho is also a senior lawyer Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising was also of the view that Ganguly should resign “In fact after his name was disclosed in public he should resign from the current position he is holding” she said Former Delhi High Court judge R S Sodhi said the allegation is a cognisable offence and should have been probed by the police in the same manner as any ordinary man facing a similar charge is investigated Retired woman IAS officer Promila Shanker and Delhi University’s former Dean of Law Faculty S N Singh have written a letter to Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam seeking investigation and registration of a criminal case by the Delhi Police against Ganguly Seeking Justice Ganguly’s resignationShanker and Singh said as per the serious allegations of criminal conduct made by himhe has no right to continue as the chairman of WBHRC Supreme Court lawyer Kamini Jaiswal said since there is no provision of suspension Ganguly therefore must resign “He cannot be deciding Nobody is going to believe what he decides as a Chairman of WBHRC when there are such serious allegations aganst him” she said In their letter to Justice SathasivamShankar and Singh sought CJI’s prompt action on several issuesrelating to the allegations of the law intern against the retired judgeto safeguard the credentials of the judicial system “The whole nation is eagerly awaiting prompt action on the allegations of law intern against a former Supreme Court judge “This would be a litmus test for the Rule of Law and administration of Justice in India It’s a matter of grave concernthe way the events are unfoldinggiving rise to a new jurisprudence for the high and mighty” the letter said It said that as per the statement of the internshe had met the judge in December 2012 at a hotel in Delhi and it was also confirmed by the statements of Justice Gangulywho had retired in February 2012given to the media “As a matter of fact (Justice) Ganguly engaged the law intern in his capacity as Chairman of WBHRC and therefore the matter does not relate to Supreme Court “Since retired Supreme Court judges don’t have any immunity from criminal conductthe same can be investigated only by the prosecuting authority ie Delhi Police since incident has taken place at Delhi” the letter said Sorabjee took a different view saying Ganguly need not resign as it would set a “dangerous precedent” “No I don’t think so Because he says these allegations are baseless Why should he…We are in the realm of accusations” according to Sorabjee Justice Kabirwho retired recentlywas of the view that one automatically does not resign on the basis of allegations “One automatically does not resign on the basis of allegations I know he had said that he was shocked and shattered I never ever would believe that this is possible” he had said BJP’s Subramanian Swamy differed from the party’s standsaying Ganguly shouldn’t tender his resignation on the basis of just an allegation Senior advocate Raju Ramchandran said the demand for Ganguly’s resignation is premature but felt the issue is a matter between him and his conscience For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News When I asked him about his fax to Sisodia,” “The LG had sent an urgent fax to the Deputy Chief Minister, I took to yoga and meditation for mental 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Three teams are conducting surveys which will go on till late today, said an officer Income tax Joint CommissionerMohaliManjeet Singhconfirmed that surveys are on under the supervision of CommissionerIT (II)Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Nagpur | Published: August 20 2011 5:32 pm Top News Three policemenincluding two personnel of Cobra battalion of CRPFwere killed on Friday in a naxal attack in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra A personnel each of the district police and the CRPF were injuredpolice said The encounter took place in Makadchua village in Potegaon in Gadchiroli taluka of the district this morning The deceased have been identified as Pardeshi Suka Devangan (42) of the district police and S C Kore and Yasmin Ahmed of the CRPF Vitthal War from C-60 battalion of district police and Chandana Nath from CRPF were injured They were airlifted to district headquarters At least11 policemen were killed in an attack by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district on Friday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington | Published: February 22 2014 11:45 am It’s important that children get the proper amount of exercise in order to strengthen their bones early in life said Caird Related News Obese children might suffer more serious elbow injuries when they fall and have greater complications after surgery than normal kids a new study claims Obese children who experience a common above-the-elbow fracture (called a supracondylar humeral fracture) are at greater risk of bone joint and nerve damage that sets them up for long-term health problems the study found “Something as simple and common as falling onto an outstretched hand while playing at the playground can have far greater health consequences for children who are diagnosed as obese” said senior author Michelle S Caird assistant professor in the department of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Michigan Medical School The reasons are still unclear but some studies have suggested that high-fat diets may interfere with the absorption of calcium in the intestines making bones more fragile “It’s important that children get the proper amount of exercise in order to strengthen their bones early in life”said Caird The study is believed to be among the first to assess theimplications of obesity on this type of fracture researchers said Similar studies have shown that overweight children who break their femur (or thigh bone) are more likely to need bigger surgery and have more complications than children who are not overweight they said The findings appear in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Latur | Published: July 13 2009 12:02 pm Related News Guardian Minister Dileep Deshmukh said the administration is thinking of making a separate provision for children affected with AIDS in Latur As reported earlier10 children suffering from the disease are staying in the Ashram Sevalaya in the villagerun by Amhi Sevakan organization serving orphans and children inflicted with the disease The affected children were admitted in the ZP school due to which parents of 148 children out of the 240 have stopped sending their children to the school Education Minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil had on Friday ordered a probe into the matter and directed the Latur Collector Ekanth Dawale to submit report within two days Deshmukhafter meeting the villagers said it is not proper to take action against the parents “The parents are afraid that their children will also be affected by AIDS We will think of making some separate provision for these children We will also try to discuss the matter with the Chief Minister and do our best to sort out the issue amicably” Deshmukh said Reacting to Deshmukh’s statementDirector of the ‘Sevalaya’ Ravi Bapatley said”It is the society that has given me the land and the money to run the organisation and the ashram for the AIDS and HIV-affected children These children have very short life and even in this shorter span of life should they be kept away from the society” Kaustubh Vikas Amte of the Anandvanestablished by Baba Amtealso visited the Sevalya in the Hasegaon village “On one handgovernment is spending crores of rupees for AIDS awareness campaigns and on the other hand it is thinking of keeping such children separately out of the societythis is contradictory to the government’s policy” Amte said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Updated: February 3 2017 3:56 pm Curtis Mosher (left) Eric Henderson (middle) and Mike Mcloskey (right) have assembled a prototype biomimetic tree that produces electricity (Source: Iowa State University) Related News Money does not grow on trees but electricity might someday as scientists have developed a new biomimetic tree which generates power when wind blows through its artificial leaves The technology developed by researchers at Iowa State University in the US may help people charge household appliances without the need for large wind turbines Scientists built a device that mimics the branches and leaves of a cottonwood tree and generates electricity when its artificial leaves sway in the wind Watch all our videos from Express Technology Michael McCloskey who led the design of the device said the concept would not replace wind turbines but the technology could spawn a niche market for small and visually unobtrusive machines that turn wind into electricity “The possible advantages here are aesthetics and its smaller scale which may allow off-grid energy harvesting” McCloskey “We set out to answer the question of whether you can get useful amounts of electrical power out of something that looks like a plant The answer is ‘possibly’ but the idea will require further development” he said McCloskey said cell phone towers in some urban locations such as Las Vegas have been camouflaged as trees complete with leaves that serve only to improve the tower’s aesthetic appeal Tapping energy from those leaves would increase their functionality he said Read More:Sri Lanka claims world’s tallest artificial Christmas tree The team delves into the world of biomimetics or the use of artificial means to mimic natural processes The concept has inspired new ways of approaching fields as varied as computer science manufacturing and nanotechnology It is unlikely that many people would mistake the prototype in McCloskey’s laboratory for a real tree The device features a metallic trellis from which hang a dozen plastic flaps in the shape of cottonwood leaves Curtis Mosher an associate scientist at Iowa State said it is not that great of a leap from the prototype the researchers built to a much more convincing artificial tree with tens of thousands of leaves each producing electricity derived from wind power “It’s definitely doable but the trick is accomplishing it without compromising efficiency More work is necessary but there are paths available” Mosher said Also Read:Artificial leaf mimics nature to create drugs for vaccination Small strips of specialised plastic inside the leaf stalks release an electrical charge when bent by moving air Such processes are known as piezoelectric effects Cottonwood leaves were modeled because their flattened leaf stalks compel blades to oscillate in a regular pattern that optimises energy generation by flexible piezoelectric strips Eric Henderson a professor of genetics envisions a future in which biomimetic trees help to power household appliances Such biomimetic technology could become a market for those who want the ability to generate limited amounts of wind energy without the need for tall and obstructive towers or turbines Henderson added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: November 8 2009 6:49 am Related News Excepting a group clash in Firozabad Lok Sabha constituencypolling peaceful in 11 Assembly and 1 Lok Sabha seats Barring sporadic incidents of violence and group clashes in Firozabad Lok Sabha constituency and Rari Assembly seatpolling for eleven Assembly and one Lok Sabha seats passed off peacefully in UP today An average of 4937 per cent turnout was recorded in 11 Assembly seatsthe lowest turnout being 28 per cent in Lucknow (West) Assembly constituency In Firozabad Lok Sabha seatwhere Dimple Yadavthe daughter-in-law of the Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav is in the fraythe turnout was 535 per cent During the May 2009 Lok Sabha pollsthe turnout here was 4816 per cent The bypoll here was necessitated when SPs Akhilesh Yadavwho also won from the Kannauj Lok Sabha seatresigned from Firozabad Congress and BSP supporters clashed outside a polling booth over alleged bogus voting by BSP supporters in Pratappur village under the Jasrana Assembly segment of the Firozabad Lok Sabha constituency Firearms were used in the clash in which four personsincluding a womanwere injured Polling was held up for over an hour due to the clash Umesh Sinhathe Chief Electoral Officer of UPconfirmed the incident in Firozabad but said the incident was not related to elections Polling was peaceful and no untoward incident was reported from any constituencywhich went to by polls today? 2013 11:23 am Related News A 48-year-old jawan posted on sentry duty at the Naval base here allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with a self-loading rifle (SLR). He also sought to know the “truth of five crore saris being ordered in Gujarat for Bihar polls.