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2013 4:29 am Related News It’s a special occasion as the Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi readies to honour 10 personalities from the city in recognition of their distinguished contribution to the field of art. Barca have already made two bids for the Brazilian even though Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted throughout the summer transfer window that Coutinho is not up for sale. contouring,Sector 32 on UPSC.It is stated that as far as claims of the petitioners is concerned they did not apply in pursuance to the advertisement dated September 4. Once the matter is pending in the High Court,then it shall decide the issue rightly or wrongly" Delhi government’s plea was listed for today’s bench astwo judges of the apex court — J S Khehar and L Nageshwar Raohad earlier recused from hearing it In its plea Delhi government has sought a declarationof its power and to restrain the High Court from deliveringthe verdict on host of issues including the scope of its powers The Arvind Kejriwal government had madeunsuccessful efforts to ensure that its lawsuit fordeclaration of powers of Delhi as a state be heard along withits plea to restrain Delhi High Court from delivering verdicton a host of issues including the scope of its powers Prior to this the court had agreed to hear the Delhigovernment’s plea In its plea Delhi government has claimed that onlythe apex court had jurisdiction under the Constitution to dealwith issues relating to the powers of States and Centre It has been alleged by the AAP government that it hasbeen unable to function as most of its decisions are eitherannulled or changed by the Centre at the behest of LieutenanGovernor (LG) Najeeb Jung on the ground that Delhi is not acomplete state In its appeal the city government alleged that itspowerto do public services in the state has been adverselyaffected It also raised a question as to whether the Union ofIndia can take over all powers of the state government There is an ongoing power tussle between Delhigovernment and LG on various issues including the control overAnti-Corruption Branch and power to transfer or retainbureaucrats The HC had on May 24 reserved its verdict on the plea ofAAP government seeking a stay on the proceedings on petitionsarising out of its standoff with the LG over powers to appointbureaucrats in the national capital and other issues The AAP government had sought a stay on proceedings onthe ground that the issues involve a dispute of "federalnature" between the Centre and Delhi government and the Supreme Court had exclusive jurisdiction to deal with them? Senior officials said the incident took place after a group of women began shouting slogans and waving banners in protest against the revised electricity tariff and price of LPG cylinders in the city. Haridanga. Virat Kohli will lead the team in the role of the skipper? in association with Blue Waters Motion Picture.

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some leaders present a picture of disharmony in the city unit.science fairs etc.and there is no coordination between district panchyat office and education officer Teachers of the Ashram Shalas dont get benefits like provident fund and pensionthe study said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Updated: August 1 2016 4:10 am A man steps gingerly over a muddy stretch in Sikandarpur near Cyber City on Saturday Source: Manoj Kumar Top News In the Gurgaon of corporate offices in high-rise buildings and residential complexes in DLF area hundreds of jhuggis stand in nearby slums These juggis are home to thousands of people many of whom are the domestic workforce for the offices and apartments nearby The waterlogging wreaked havoc on both but those in the slums without the wherewithal and amenities struggled to cope Not far from Hero Honda Chowk many in the slums around DLF skipped work due to the waterlogging near their houses and mopped their floors continuously waiting for water to recede Worse still sewage was mixed in the water In the slum at Nathupur village 32-year-old Nashiba Biwi who came to Delhi from West Bengal seven months ago spent hours cleaning her one-room house over the last couple of days On Saturday it rained and she could not go for work yet again A pile of discarded waste lay outside her house mixed in the mud The area outside her house was covered in muck and people kept slipping Her younger son had fever and slept on a bed The elder son who quit studies due to lack of money stored water in a bucket “Whenever it rains it is dirty all over the place Our house leaks and there are chances of someone falling ill in the area Living in dirt is common for us” says Biwi who works in three houses in apartments nearby and earns Rs 3000 per month She came to Delhi with her husband in search of better life Read | Soak opera in Millennium City Not far from her house Munna Sheikh (21) also from West Bengal is saving money to “return home” some day Munna who came to Delhi in 2012 works as an office boy The route to his house in a slum had ankle-deep water after the rains Thursday and Friday He pays Rs 2100 for his one-room house Its condition is better than Biwi’s house Watch Video: What’s making news In his part of the slum access to water is a big problem during monsoon “People stand in queues to collect water which is not clean During the rainy season it is worse Some people fill the water in the bucket and let the dirt settle to use it even for drinking” says Munna “I will save from my monthly salary of Rs 8400 and will move back to my village” says Munna Read | Gurgaon: Industry wants permanent solutions not temporary ones Unlike in Delhi these slums are not on government land They are on the private land and the owner arranges for the services Abhishek Gujjar who “partly owns” a slum says they liaison with the corporation to avail of facilities in the area “Initially there was no proper sewerage for the washrooms but later we managed to make a deal with the corporations” he says Gujjar says the area has been sold to DLF and once work starts the people in the slum “are on their own” In the slum at Chakkarpur village at 11 pm Friday there was no electricity and most men were out in the open chatting The placed reeked of urine There are five toilets each for men and women nearby A woman who lives in the slum says “Whenever it rains the washrooms overflow with sewerage and we have to wait for the water to recede” This slum is on a slope and residents say that whenever it rains water accumulates Mohammad Quddus (44) who works as a cleaner in a mart says “We mop the floor continuously It is a continuous process” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 15 2016 1:30 pm Director Omung Kumar’s “Sarbjit” starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Randeep Hooda and Richa Chadha will release on May 19 – a day before it was scheduled to hit the screens Related News “Mary Kom” fame director Omung Kumar’s much-awaited biographical drama film “Sarbjit” starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Randeep Hooda and Richa Chadha in the lead will release on May 19 – a day before it was scheduled to hit the screens The film’s director shared the new release date on Twitter “#Sarbjit to release on May 19 @RandeepHooda @#AishwaryaRaiBachchan @Vanita_ok @RichaChadha_ @DarshanKumaar @SandeepSinghOne” he tweeted #SARBJIT 19th MAY 2016 @OmungKumar @SandeepSinghOne @RandeepHooda #AishwaryaRai @RichaChadha_ @DarshanKumaar pictwittercom/yogppOb8wL — vanita omung kumar (@Vanita_ok) January 14 2016 The film is based on the life of Sarabjit Singh an Indian farmer who was convicted of terrorism and spying in Pakistan afer he inadvertently crossed the border “Sarbjit” will see Randeep playing the title role while Richa will be seen essaying the role of his wife Sukhpreet Kaur The film will be narrated through the perspective of Sarabjit Singh’s sister Dalbir Kaur played by Aishwarya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 15 2016 3:07 am The rainfall is continuing in different parts of Mumbai There were heavy rain showers at several parts of the Mumbai Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar Mumbai 30/06/2016 Top News OWING TO heavy rainfall in the catchment areas of the seven lakes which supply water to the city as well as the steady rise of lake levels the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is planning to do away with the 20 per cent water cut by next week The BMC needs 1437 lakh million litres of water for the entire year and with three more months of monsoon left 48 per cent of the reservoirs have already been filled During the standing committee meeting held on July 13 the additional municipal commissioner Sanjay Mukherjee stated that the BMC would take the decision about removing the water cut in a week’s time “The rains are very satisfactory this year and is almost double that of last year We can take a final decision by next week” said Mukherjee Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Due to the poor monsoon last year the BMC had imposed a 20 per cent water cut across the city in August last year Even though it took a couple of weeks for the rains to reach the catchment areas after almost a month of rainfall there is a rising trend in the pace at which the lakes are filling up The lakes currently have around 66 lakh million litres of water which is equivalent to 177 days of water supply Positive about above average rainfall this year the hydraulic engineering department officials expect double the amount of rainfall in July and August in comparison to June and September “Within the next week given the current pace we expect a quantity of 8 lakh million litres of water to accumulate Lakes like Modak Sagar and Tulsi are likely to overflow Instead of wasting the excess water the city can use it instead” said an official from the hydraulic engineering department The city’s requirement for an entire year is 1467 lakh million litres which needs to fill by October 1 A senior civic official stated that in case the amount of rainfall reduces the water cut can be imposed once again to ensure that the water supply lasts for the coming year For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 4 2017 4:42 am The cricket governing body is currently without its president and secretary (Source: file) Top News On the verge of bankruptcy due to severe fund crunch a beleaguered Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) has requested the BCCI CEO Rahul Johri through observer Justice (Retd) Mukul Mudgal to release Rs 2 crore on ad-hoc basis for hosting ODI match against New Zealand DDCA treasurer Ravinder Manchanda said that the association is in a messy situation as funds are lacking to pay its staff electricity bill as well as hotel bills for the various state teams that are playing BCCI tourneys “We have intimated Justice Mudgal about current scenario and requested him to write to CEO Johri so that he releases our funds on an ad-hoc basis We need to pay electricity bills TDS hotel bills and we only have Rs 15 lakh left in the current account of DDCA The staff is yet to be paid their salary for the month of December” Manchanda told PTI The DDCA has been in a financial mess for a long time and one of the primary reasons being failure to submit audited accounts to BCCI timely for a number of years With Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke sacked as BCCI president and secretary by the Supreme Court the question remains whether the two member panel of Anil Divan and Gopal Subramanium empower Johri and treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary to allocate the amount For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSDT (formerly known as Dundee Rep Theatre) is a Scotland-based group that collaborates with international choreographers to create contemporary dance theatre pieces.

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