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who had headed Revenue and Industry portfolios in separate stints in the erstwhile Democratic Front government, “I mean, Related News As Katrina Kaif made her debut on Instagram on Thursday, "I am very happy that the future King of the United Kingdom agrees this must stop and I would urge parents in particular to raise their voices in their communities to ensure that every school protects – really protects – all children, the magazine said on Wednesday. Ltd factory in the city of Kunshan on Saturday killed at least 75 people and injured 185. Neither Kunshan officials nor executives from Kunshan Zhongrong could be reached for comment. the BJP hopes to bring in a new wave of hope in the state. It is not an easy question to answer but two reasons can be adduced: Unlike other parties, AQI levels between 201-300 fall under the ‘poor’ category and 301-400 is ‘very poor’.

The government’s proposal came after a group of private schools,” it claims, “Often the Hindutva brigade accuses Marxist historians (apart from the colonial and liberal scholars) of discounting or debunking the ‘glory of the ancient Hindu civilisation’, At present they are scattered in different denominations and sects. the Church has also been trying to establish new colleges and hospitals. Gandhi asked the leaders to connect with the masses as part of the ongoing effort to strengthen the party following the Lok Sabha poll debacle. what should Congress organisation look like and whether any changes are required, Sandakan, There is a Youtube clip wherein he’s shown fizzing the ball back by at least a couple of yards against Joe Burns. "While we are thankful that the days of the conflict our behind us.

" she said.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 15 2017 10:40 pm Gujarat Fortunegiants are now unbeaten in three consecutive home matches. Related News Gujarat Fortunegiants were nine points behind at one point It looked like there was no way back for them But they then shored up their defence and sharpened their attack This is Gujarat’s third consecutive win at home This will be a difficult pill for Bengaluru Bulls to swallow They were cruising at one stage and still fell short by three points in the end Gujarat Fortunegiants vs Bengaluru Bulls Match highlights: Match 29 FTGujarat Fortunegiants 2724Bengaluru Bulls Gujarat Fortunegiants beat Bengaluru Bulls (27-24)ScorecardPlay By playMatch StatsGujarat FortunegiantsBengaluru BullsStartersTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints7Sukesh Hegde11202Raids9raids11%Successful raidsSuccessful1Unsuccessful2Empty6Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful0111Sunil Kumar00033Raids5raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful0Empty5Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful2Unsuccessful15Parvesh Bhainswal0004499Sachin40404Raids10raids40%Successful raidsSuccessful4Unsuccessful4Empty2Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful18Rohit Gulia30314Raids12raids25%Successful raidsSuccessful3Unsuccessful3Empty6Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful1Unsuccessful110Abozar Mighani00033Raids1raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful0Empty1Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful3Unsuccessful21Fazel Atrachali00000SubstitutesTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints6Mahendra Rajput40404Raids6raids50%Successful raidsSuccessful3Unsuccessful1Empty2Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful055Vikas Kale000004Manoj Kumar0000077Amit Rathi000002Sultan Dange00000 Teams: Gujarat Fortunegiants:Fazel Atrachali Rohit Gulia C Kalai Arasan Abozar Mohajermighani Sukesh Hegde Mahendra Ganesh Rajput Seongryeol Kim Mahipal Narwal Vikas Kale Manoj Kumar Sachin Amit Om Prakash Rathi Dange Sultan Parvesh Bhainswal Sunil Kumar Pawan Kumar Rakesh Narwal Chandran Ranjit Bengaluru Bulls:Ashish Kumar Harish Naik Sumit Singh Ravinder Pahal Ajay Rohit Kumar Sinotharan Kanesharajah Sanjay Shrestha Sachin Kumar Gurvinder Singh Mahender Singh Pradeep Narwal Kuldeep Singh Ankit Sangwan Amit Rohit Preetam Chhillar Sunil Jaipal Sandeep Narwal was the star of the show for Puneri Paltan He inflicted an all out on the Warriors in the first half and that led to Pune gaining multiple consecutive points Soon their first half lead swelled to nine points and Bengal Warriors could not come back from that It is the second consecutive defeat for the Warriors Their defence which had looked so strong in the first two matches leaked points in this match and that looked like the chief reason for their defeat Bengal Warriors vs Puneri Paltan Match highlights Match 28 FTBengal Warriors 1734Puneri Paltan Puneri Paltan beat Bengal Warriors (34-17)ScorecardPlay By playMatch StatsBengal WarriorsPuneri PaltanStartersTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints9Maninder Singh42606Raids12raids41%Successful raidsSuccessful5Unsuccessful5Empty2Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful26Surjeet Singh00000Raids5raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful0Empty5Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful211Rahul Kumar000114Jang Kun Lee01101Raids10raids10%Successful raidsSuccessful1Unsuccessful4Empty5Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful110Vinod Kumar00000Raids5raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful2Empty3Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful212Shrikant Tewthia00000Raids1raids0%Successful raidsSuccessful0Unsuccessful1Empty0Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful213Ran Singh11257Raids7raids28%Successful raidsSuccessful2Unsuccessful0Empty5Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful4Unsuccessful3SubstitutesTouch PointsBonus PointsRaid PointsTackle PointsPoints55Bhupender Singh000007Deepak Narwal10101Raids3raids33%Successful raidsSuccessful1Unsuccessful2Empty0Raid SequenceTacklesSuccessful0Unsuccessful01Shashank Wankhede0000044Sandeep Malik0000033Kuldeep00000 Teams: Bengal Warriors:Jang Kun Lee Ravindra Ramesh Kumavat Sandeep Malik Ameares Mondal Ran Singh PO Surjeet Singh Youngchang Ko Bhupender Singh Shrikant Tewthia Virendra Singh Maninder Singh Deepak Narwal Rahul Kumar Shashank Wankhede Vinod Kumar Vikash Kuldeep Anil Kumar Puneri Paltan:Deepak Hooda Ziaur Rahman Takamitsu Kono Sandeep Narwal Girish Maruti Ernak Dharmaraj Cheralathan Rajesh Mondal Ravi Kumar Rohit Kumar Choudary Umesh Mhatre More G B Akshay Jadhav Suresh Kumar Ajay Narender Hooda For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Baku | Published: June 24 2017 10:49 pm Lewis Hamilton took a brilliant pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas on Saturday (Source: AP) Top News Lewis Hamilton took a brilliant pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas on Saturday with Mercedes securing a convincing 1-2 as rival Ferrari lagged behind Bottas led qualifying and then set an even quicker time on his final lap only for Hamilton to beat him by nearly half a second “There was a lot of pressure with a minute left It was all or nothing” Hamilton said “That was one of the most exciting laps I’ve had all year I’m so pumped that’s how qualifying should be” The British driver’s 66th pole moves him one ahead of Formula One great Ayrton Senna and just two behind Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of 68 “I thought the hunger might drop off after I matched him (Senna)” Hamilton said “But I was hungrier than ever today” Raikkonen was more than one second behind Hamilton qualifying third ahead of his Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel the championship leader After his impressive pole at the Canadian GP two weeks ago it was another commanding performance from Hamilton as he took his fifth pole in seven races this season “My last lap in Montreal was pretty special but I think this one topped it” the three-time F1 champion said After three difficult practice sessions qualifying also proved tough with Turns 2 6 and 8 causing most problems There were close calls for Bottas and Vettel while Force India’s Sergio Perez shaved the barriers on the demanding street circuit With three minutes remaining a red flag came up halting the session after Daniel Ricciardo clipped the wall with the left side of his Red Bull coming out of Turn 6 prompting an expletive from the Australian driver Ricciardo’s teammate Max Verstappen qualified fifth ahead of Perez But it was disappointing for the 19-year-old Verstappen considering he topped both of Friday’s practice sessions Bottas meanwhile was disappointed not to secure his second career pole “I wasn’t quite comfortable with the tire temperature” said Bottas who took pole at the Bahrain GP in April “Just didn’t get them to work as well as Lewis” It was also a sweet moment for Hamilton’s mechanics considering how difficult Friday’s practice had been “Yesterday we were at a bit of a loss and we had to make a lot of changes overnight” said Hamilton who was 10th in P2 “This morning we didn’t know if those changes were going to be right or not But the guys did excellent work” Hamilton is 12 points behind Vettel and will be confident of closing that gap on Sunday At the other end of the F1 spectrum the misery continues for struggling McLaren as Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne were eliminated from the first part of qualifying So were Romain Grosjean (Haas) Marcus Ericsson (Sauber) and Jolyon Palmer (Renault) Hamilton topped Q1 ahead of Verstappen and Raikkonen Williams driver Felipe Massa misjudged the difficult approach into Turn 8 and Carlos Sainz Jr overshot the entry into Turn 2 _ which happened to several drivers over the two days Hamilton topped Q2 ahead of Bottas and Vettel The Q2 eliminated rivers were: Toro Rosso drivers Daniil Kvyat and Sainz Jr; Kevin Magnussen (Haas); Nico Hulkenberg (Renault); and Pascal Wehrlein (Sauber) In Q3 Bottas went close to clipping the wall on Turn 8 and Vettel took an exit road and span after a braking error Earlier in an eventful P3 Bottas was fastest Both days drivers were severely tested on the 6-kilometer (37-mile) track which is volatile and unpredictable due to a combination of long straights blistering track temperatures and hard-braking corners Just seven minutes into P3 Palmer’s engine caught fire forcing him to go off the track and ruling him out of qualifying For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAfter days of intense speculation with UP being the most beloved,New York: An Illinois-based man was arrested after he set the US flag on fire and posted photos on the social networking site Facebookcom reported. Building toilets? and Prime Miniter Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat mission also says the same thing, respectively), pipeline bursts in Andhra Pradesh (June) and accidents at steel plants in West Bengal and Chhattisgarh (September and June) are all part of a dismal pattern Only one of a hundred registered factories have safety officers and there were only 743 inspectors in-position in 2011 to ensure that factories conform to workplace safety standards The state does not have the capacity to implement its own workplace safety regulations — its enforcement agencies are understaffed underfunded and show a lack of expertise to deal with complex technological processes The typical trajectory of post-accident investigation and disbursal of claims is a depressing indictment of the regulatory system After a disaster big enough to garner public attention the law courts and lawyers are rarely involved in establishing accountability or securing compensation Most often the government announces ex gratia payments of specific amounts to victims If responsibility is fixed it is done through a government investigation or commission of inquiry which is separated from the disbursement of damages For instance the report submitted by the committee to investigate the GAIL India pipeline fire in Andhra Pradesh in June in which 22 people died makes no mention of damages and holds no one accountable for negligence or flouting of safety norms This cavalier attitude to accountability and damages means there is little incentive for corporations to reduce risk to their workers and others The Supreme Court earlier this month pointed to a significant absence in the Indian law on damages Instead of a codified tort law which countries such as the US UK and Australia have Indian courts rely on a variety of laws such as the Factories Act 1948 or the Public Liability Insurance Act 1991 to adjudicate compensation claims after accidents such as Bhopal in 1984 and the Uphaar fire in 1997 in Delhi As the court rightly pointed out while directing the Law Commission to examine the need for a comprehensive tort liability law the state — and other agencies — have a “duty of care” the breach of which should be “actionable” India should adopt a legal doctrine that is more favourable to claimants in case of harm For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: October 9 2014 12:05 am Related News Where in the world is Kim Jong-un The Hermit Kingdom’s supreme leader has been absent from public view since September 3 While such disappearances were used by his father the reclusive Kim Jong-il to enhance his mystique the younger Kim has been a much more visible and ebullient premier He has been seen inspecting the production of women’s hosiery and shoes greeting pierced basketball stars rocking out to North Korean girl bands with his wife watching lubricant ooze operating a periscope before heading out to the deck to stare into the middle distance urging faster mushroom production launching missiles walking along rows of frozen fish and contemplating fresh fruit and liquor Indeed North Korea’s state media catalogues Kim the younger looking at things so often that there is a Tumblr devoted to just that So when the omnipresent Kim last seen limping suddenly vanished it naturally sparked off feverish speculation There is such a paucity of information from North Korea that conspiracy theorists have had a field day A storm of rumours is doing the rounds suggesting everything from hospitalisation due to a cheese allergy to a coup Last week North Korean state TV admitted for the first time that Kim was in an “uncomfortable physical condition” lending credence to the theory that gout or fractures in both ankles are to blame But speculation of a coup deepened after Hwang Pyong So Kim’s number two made a rare impromptu trip to South Korea last week Some Korea watchers contend that Hwang is the power behind the throne and Kim serves mostly as a cultish figurehead Whatever the real reason behind Kim’s absence the opaque and impenetrable ways in which North Korea operates only fan the flames of conjecture and gossip For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

2014 12:09 am Related News Thirty years after what is routinely described as the “worst industrial disaster in history”, whom he had criticised recently," Shankar said. He was even agreeable to the outrageous proposal that Press Council members be provided iPads and personal assistants. the villain who is the daughter of Dhritarashtra, Lyon expressed happiness and said, download Indian Express App More Top News sending more than 20 passengers and crew to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Reuters born 182 years ago in Hanover.

George III’s granddaughter,Hyderabad: The stalemate over electoral alliance between TDP and BJP in Andhra Pradesh continued even as the former reportedly offered one Lok Sabha seat in lieu of six Assembly seats to the latter It may be recalled that TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu expressed serious displeasure over the choice of candidates by the BJP in certain Assembly constituencies allotted to it.

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