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Things will be slightly simpler at the CWG, At the 2010 Uber Cup,By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 17 my dad! he also noted that he will continue to fight for the rights of Tamil people, Sathyaraj says sorry for his remarks Apologising for his comments,provided them with military training and favour.Afghans (Balban),new-Muslim Mongols (Kayqubad)a trader (Ala al-Din Khalaji)a wine-distillera barbera cookand gardeners (Muhammad Tughluq) But the infusion into the city of these new personnel meant that the older residents of the capital looked at the arrival of each new generation of recruits with horror Gradually the capital acculturated them to its waysa historical process that is still visible as Delhis residents continue to sneer at the arrival of rustics PunjabisJatsGujjarsMeos to the capital The contradictions between being inclusive as a capital and exclusive in retaining power and authority amongst a select few still echoes in Delhi The writer is a professor of history at the University of Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News” For all the latest Delhi News,” The CMO added.

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but will be hopeful of securing silver in the 800m, Cuba’s Yorgelis Rodriguez sits fourth on 5636 and home favourite Johnson-Thompson is on 5565. leaving a backlog that gets accumulated. Whoever wins or loses, is trying to improve the quality of drivers in the city. Top News Mumbai ranked fifth among 50 Indian cities with a population of one million and above last year when it came to injuries in road accidents is concerned according to data released by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Transport experts attribute this to lack of discipline among motorists in the city Yuvraj Bhosle 46 is trying to improve the quality of drivers in the city — as well as make a living out of it Bhosle is a driving instructor But unlike most driving schools in the city his students already possess a driving licence for a four-wheeler “It may seem strange but I get a lot of clients and business is increasing everyday In fact I have 50 clients in the waiting list at the moment” said Bhosle who has been in the business for 17 years “The problem is today’s driving schools are very inefficient and RTO’s system is easy to bypass The driving tests have no value and anyone can obtain a licence Ninety per cent of my clients have no idea how to operate the accelerator clutch or brake” he said “If drivers with a permanent licence are taught by a person who is a valid licence holder it should be considered as an enrichment of skills It is a good initiative to help society” said a senior RTO official Bhosle hails from Latur and used to work at a post-office there but left his job and came to Mumbai “My wife’s family lives in Mumbai and my father-in-law Manohar Shinde was already in this business For me driving is a passion and I soon joined my father-in-law and have not looked back since” He added that while he along with other relatives work in his father-in-law’s driving institute ‘Topiwala Driving Instructor Academy’ he operates independently and takes home the fees he earns “I charge each student Rs 6000 for a total of 20 turns The student must have a personal car to learn in as we do not have any car I teach 10 students every month and take home Rs 3000 daily” he said Confident of his skills Bhosle said “I was scared at first because taking the responsibility of someone else’s car especially in Mumbai traffic was and still is very risky But just like my students over time I became comfortable and now enjoy the work” Sharvari Shah 22 who works in the financial sector said “I did not even know how to start a car but had a licence I was scared when I started out but now I drive long hours to and from work” Bhosle who lives in Sion works everyday without a break from 7 am to 10 pm His clients come from areas in Ghatkopar to Prabhadevi having heard about him through word of mouth He has two children aged 18 and 21 both studying at an engineering college “While business is growing I would like my children to have real jobs and do what they love I would like them to pursue their own dreams this business can be done by someone else” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newswho stands up for the rights and dignity of workers that he represents ?leaves little scope for the loyal family retainer, and often, and Hef was a huge part of breaking down those societal stigmas and barriers. “Nothing like if he comes for the match tomorrow.

and I’m working towards my dream to play with him.

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