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and shares his thoughts about India’s tour to South Africa in a few months’ time. Anandi Patel conducted a computerized draw of lots in Rajkot to decide the beneficiaries of the affordable housing. middle income group (MIG) and the high income group (HIG).Los Angeles | Published: April 3Hollywood Reporter.Kebbell 31 was among the contenders who auditioned forthe role with actors Jack Huston and Domhnall Gleeson Actress Kate Mara and actors Miles Teller Michael BJordan and Jamie Bell have been cast as the main leads in thefilm?s confidence. 2010 12:14 am Related News The state government on Thursday informed the Bombay High Court that chargesheets have been served to 20 RTO officials, higher education is dominated by government colleges that dole out obsolete degrees.Instead of addressing the flaws in the education system that is churning out unemployable youths Irani allowed herself to get distracted with petty fights campus chaos and the Hindutva agenda Her cavalier attitude towards education was manifest in one of her Marie Antoinette-type decisions: If you can’t give them proper education give them patriotism and Sanskrit a desire reflected in her decision to make flying of the Indian flag and teaching of the Indian language mandatory And as Wednesday’s edition of The Times of India points out she resisted and resented advice treating it as undue interference onher turf This overzealous guarding of her silo brought her into conflict with almost everyone who suggested reforms From vice-chancellors to teachers from Niti Aayog to the PMO every establishment and office got a taste of her temper and obduracy A few days ago Irani exhorted her critics to judge her by her work The prime ministerseems to have done just that New Delhi: Taking a dig at Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay today said that his party only gives tickets to Delhiites and does not bring candidates from Ghaziabad to contest Assembly elections in Delhi Upadhyay’s remark was aimed at Kejriwal who has reportedly withdrawn an application for transfer of address in voter identity card after an NGO recently approached Election Commission saying he is a resident of Ghaziabad and his request should not be entertainedBattle ready in Delhi Reuters "We only give ticket to residents of Delhi to contest elections in the capital We don’t bring person from Ghaziabad and other areas to make him contest elections here BJP will only give tickets to persons who are resident of Delhi" Upadhyay said On being asked whom party would field against Kejriwal the Delhi BJP chief also said that party has not decided so far but it would field such candidate who will definitely defeat him He said that party’s strategy was to "bloom the lotus" on all the 70-Assembly seats of the national capital "As part of strategy party’s election committee will soon be formed" he said Asked about the party’s chief ministerial candidate Upadhyay said that BJP will contest the forthcoming Assembly elections under "collective leadership" and we are very sure that we will form a government with full majority in Delhi Replying to Kejriwal’s remarks that BJP is a "sinking ship without a captain" Upadhyay further added "It was seen in the Lok Sabha elections that who was the sinking ship We are choosing persons for cleaning but they are choosing persons for collecting money" PTI By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 2 2017 7:56 pm Zimbabwe last played a Test against Sri Lanka in July (AP Photo) Top News Zimbabwe will host West Indies for a short two-match Test series in Bulawayo later this month Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) confirmed the tour which will be the first Test match for Zimbabwe after the one off Test against Sri Lanka in July The first of the two Tests will be played from October 21-25 while the second will be from October 29 Before the Test series West Indies will play a three-day warm-up game from October 15 According to a report on ESPNcricinfo Zimbabwe are likely to have the services of Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis for the two matches Both are expected to make a return for Zimbabwe in international cricket after leaving England’s County Championships While Taylor left for England in 2015 Jarvis moved out of Zimbabwe back in 2013 on Kolpak deals But recent overhaul in Zimbabwe Cricket and after discussions with convener of selectorts Tatenda Taibu both cricketers decided to end their deals Assirance and commitment from ZC MD Faisal Hasnain also prompted the players to return West Indies were part of the a tri-series involving Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in November last year and this will be their second tour to the country in less than 12 months They are coming off a series loss against England in England If Zimbabwe are given the hosting rights of 2019 World Cup qualifiers this series can become significant as both West Indies and Zimbabwe will be part of that tournament West Indies failed to directly qualify for the World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 1 2017 2:32 am World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva travelled in a second class women’s compartment from Churchgate to Dadar on Tuesday Top News IT IS not new for women commuters in the suburban railway trains to complain about the services with their co-passengers as they head to work But the commuters were in for a surprise Tuesday morning when they found that they had in their midst Kristalina Georgieva none other than the chief executive officer (CEO) of World Bank to share their woes with Watch What Else is Making News During her visit to the city Georgieva interacted with regular commuters of the local train while travelling in the second class ladies’ compartment of the 10:17 Borivali local from Churchgate to Dadar about the various issues they face on the trains “Women workforce is underutilised in India and it is important to provide them safe commuting and mobility so that more women join the workforce Mobility is not just availability but also the safety of transport We want to improve the conditions of travel for women in a city like Mumbai where there are a lot of women commuters This is possible by taking security measures like installation of more cameras better lighting increased policing and also by educating the people to respect women” said Georgieva Among the various issues discussed by the commuters safety and overcrowding were the most common To improve women’s commute experience she spoke of improving security measures such as CCTV surveillance increased police patrol and better lighting inside trains and at stations Focusing on suburban local trains Georgieva said the World Bank would also look at improving Metro and bus transport in the city After the train ride the Bulgarian national visited the Transit Camp Municipal School in Dharavi and interacted with students and their parents there “I’m humbled that we can be partners with Mumbai in getting more prosperous by the day The future for you is bright and our commitment is strong” she said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Published: June 8 2017 4:03 am Top News A 22-year-old constable posted with the Uttar Pradesh Police allegedly attacked a 40-year-old woman with acid in Chithera village of Dadri on Monday evening Police said that the woman and the constable are neighbours Five days ago the woman’s dog had urinated in the constable’s house after which they had an argument which led to a scuffle police said Police said the constable Sandeep had beaten up the woman’s husband and the alleged acid attack was a fallout of the incident Police said they have registered a case under IPC Section 326A (punishment for acid throwing) and a forensic team has been called in for examination “The woman claimed that acid was thrown at her There are certain marks on her body but we are waiting for the forensic report for further action in this case” Station House Officer (SHO) Dadri Ram Sen Singh said adding that the doctor who examined the woman said she suffered 12 per cent burn injuries Police said the woman and her husband worked at the house of a police officer who is now posted in Delhi The dog belongs to the officer “The dog urinated on the wall of the constable’s house and a fight ensued However the matter was eventually resolved after some villagers intervened” said the SHO Police said that around 730 pm on Monday an alleged argument took place again and the woman complained of a “burning sensation” after which she was rushed to the hospital Police added that the constable is posted in Muzaffarnagar and had come home on a five-day leave For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: January 31 2014 4:15 am Top News * This refers to ‘Bending towards justice’ by Upendra Baxi (IE January 30) The Supreme Court’s landmark decision is laudable and thought provoking The wait that people on death row have to endure is excruciating in itself and enough to exhaust them physically and mentally The death penalty is not only primitive but also glorifies tit-for-tat justice which has no place in modern times or a civilised society It should be abolished The death penalty once executed cannot be reversed though exonerating evidence may emerge at a later date Moreover the death penalty has not been an effective deterrent — Ashok Goswami Mumbai Broken home * This refers to ‘The family firm’ (IE January 30) M Karunanidhi has nobody to blame but himself for the predicament he faces today The patriarch’s indecisiveness in acting against corruption and his patronage of a few select family members have resulted in chaos The head of a party must always prioritise the party above family When this does not happen the party’s credibility is bound to suffer It is unfortunate that a leader of Karunanidhi’s acumen could not discipline MK Alagiri effectively Though Karunanidhi cannot be written off easily it will take the DMK time to recover This will greatly help his opponent J Jayalalithaa — Ganapathi Bhat Akola War and peace * This refers to the editorial ‘My mother and the Mahatma’ by Sanjiva Prasad (IE January 30) Mahatma Gandhi was a revered leader but a lot of his dictums were unrealistic in the eyes of some It is ironic that the Mahatma who frequently recited verses from the Bhagavad Gita was so dogmatically opposed to the Gita’s justification of violence against injustice when all else fails Though Nathuram Godse was no hero he was a man of great knowledge The manner in which he articulated his reasons for killing Gandhi during his trial were riveting Godse never justified his act though he spoke about his compulsions for having to resort to such an extreme measure — Nipun Pant Vadodara Unnatural law * This refers to ‘Law against love’ (IE January 30) I do not agree that it’s okay for a man to “love” another man or for a woman to “love” another woman This is not a right that the Constitution grants us We must not legitimise unnatural lust This is against the law of nature The Supreme Court was right to uphold Section 377 The media should refrain from sensationalism and from backing the cause of lawbreakers — RK Kapoor Chandigarh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News the face of the party’s campaign just because she can give fiery speeches short on facts or wage Twitter wars would have been tantamount to exaggerating Irani’s skills and Amit Shah’s intelligence. we need to maintain an open mind because in this business anything can happen at any time.

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