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humble beings till along came Tony Stark. and nostalgic for yesterday’”. “In recent weeks,20 – 22 September,The audacity of the poachers to strike at the heavily-guarded zoo had virtually stunned the police. Royce said his memory about Prime Minister Modi is of a Chief Minister who brought order out of chaos in his state. PRO of Gurgaon Police. ENS For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: October 23 2017 3:17 am Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Top News ‘Caste’ Card Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has flashed the caste card again Even as the state government’s petition challenging the Bombay High Court’s decision to disallow reservation in promotions is still pending in the Supreme Court the Fadnavis-led general administration department has issued orders permitting state departments to continue with such reservation till the SC decides on the issue Losing Ground Transport Minister Diwakar Raote is sulking He is being blamed the most for the breakdown in the talks with state transport union leaders which ultimately saw buses go off the roads for four days during Diwali festivities Insiders say Raote does not enjoy the “equation” his predecessors had built with union leaders and that this is hurting him The controversy hasn’t done the minister’s declining stock within the Shiv Sena any good either There has been a buzz in the corridors of power that party chief Uddhav Thackeray isn’t quite happy with Raote’s performance as a minister Home Run The reluctance of politicians to give up perks of office especially the spacious official bungalows long after they have demitted office is now common knowledge But they are not alone Word is that when a senior bureaucrat who has similarly overstayed his welcome was recently asked to shift out of a government bungalow he involved an influential politician to lobby for him and stay this action The ploy worked Behind The Scenes There is a buzz about the “role” played by two political parties in recent agitations involving the anganwadi and the state transport workers Both the agitations also ended up exposing the lack of effective negotiators in the Fadnavis government forcing the chief minister to step in on both occasions Missing In Action When Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis finally visited Yavatmal Sunday to review the deaths of farmers due to pesticide poisoning a glaring omission from the visit appeared to be that of Agriculture Minister Pandurang Fundkar once promoted as the most prominent agrarian face in the Fadnavis government Earlier Fundkar had invited criticism for being “missing from the action” during the farmers’ protests Meanwhile with Fadnavis’s trip coming after the Opposition staged a morcha on the issue the CMO had kept Sunday’s trip under wraps till the very end Diwali Gift Police officers from the Kolhapur range led by high-profile IPS officer Vishwas Nangre Patil showed they have a softer side too Patil and his team took time off to make Diwali merrier for the families of 103 slain policemen and Army personnel Actor Akshay Kumar joined the initiative and sent a cheque of Rs 25000 to each of these families along with a personalised ‘thank you’ note Compiled by Sandeep Ashar Have a comment or suggestion for Mumbai Confidential Write to [email protected] with subject line: Mumbai Confidential For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest India News,through email and even hard copies as well.Bar owners can serve liquor at their premises.
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MeanwhileTejpal sought anticipatory transit bail to go to Goa to attend legal proceedings as the FIR in the case has been registered there The matter was mentioned before the court of Justice G S Sistani Monday morningwith senior Advocates K T S Tulsi and Geeta Luthra appearing for Tejpal The lawyers requested the court to hear the matter Monday afternoon on an urgent basis but were denied permission by the court which said that the matter did not require such urgency The bail plea is now scheduled to be heard by Justice Sunita Gupta Tuesday Sources said another close confidant and colleague of the victimIshan Tankha also resigned Monday Tankha was one of three people the victim had confided in first after the alleged assault in Goa earlier this month and who was examined by the police on Sunday According to sources in Tehelkaa meeting of all employees was called Monday where the management explained their case and hinted there could be another version of events The woman journalist had in an email to Chaudhury November 18 accused Tejpal of sexually assaulting her during the Think Fest media event Tehelka had organised Following her complainttwo of her colleagues and close friends had resigned last week and some columnists and consultants had also decided to end their association with the weekly (with inputs from Aneesha Mathur) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Ludhiana | Published: January 4 2017 7:00 pm BJP Punjab chief Vijay Sampla (File Photo) Top News Union Minister and Punjab BJP chief Vijay Sampla on Wednesday said his party was fully prepared for the state Assembly election slated for February 4 He welcomed the announcement of the poll schedule by the Election Commission Sampla said the names of the candidates have already been recommended to the central parliament board of the party by the state election committee and will be announced once the board finalises the list Watch what else is making news: BJP fields its candidates on 23 Assembly seats out of the total 117 as per the poll pact with its ally SAD The state BJP chief claimed that the Akali-BJP combine would “perform a hat trick” in the state by winning the upcoming polls Development will be the main poll plank he said Sampla said one of the biggest achievements of the Akali-BJP combine government was the maintenance of communal harmony in the state despite several serious attempts of provocations and disruptions Earlier Sampla whose ‘Vijay Sankalp Yatra’ reached Ludhiana paid floral tributes to the portrait of B R Ambedkar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 10 2016 7:06 pm Kanhaiya along with JNU students were demanding the suspension of college principal Chandrabhushan Srivastav and the ongoing examinations be cancelled and conducted afresh Related News Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy Student Union president Kanhaiya Kumar was detained on Friday by Delhi Police at Bihar Bhawan for protesting against the alleged attack on Patna Arts college students who were on sitting on a hunger strike Kanhaiya along with JNU students demanded the suspension of college principalChandrabhushan Srivastav and the ongoing examinations be cancelled and conducted afresh They were protesting against the “violent crackdown” on the Arts college students by Patna Police and “JDU goons” The protesters also demanded extension of the date of Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) main exams so that the dates do not clash with that of UPSC prelims Kanhaiya said: “The condition of education in Bihar is continuously deteriorating The government is not taking the demands of students regarding quality education seriously And those who are fighting for this significant and relevant cause are facing violence and imprisonment” The demonstration started around 330 PM following which Kumar and 42 others were put inside a bus and detained at Parliament Street Police Station “The protesters were detained considering law and order issues” DCP (New Delhi) Jatin Narwal said Earlier this week violent clashes broke out between the All India Students Federation (AISF) and the JD(U) student wing over an exam schedule The AISF wanted the exams to be postponed and the JD(U) student wing were against it Watch Video: What’s making news With inputs from PTI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India Written by Manoj Dattatrye More | Malin | Updated: August 1 2014 9:59 am Rescue workers carry the body of a victim at the site of a landslide in Malin village (Source: AP photo) Related News The worst fears about the tragedy at Malin village about 110 km from Pune city appeared to come true on Thursday as the Pune district administration ruled out the possibility of finding any survivors among the over 150 men women and children believed trapped in the mud-and-rock debris Eight people were found alive a few hours after rescue work began at the site of the landslide in the lap of the Sahayadris in the Ambegaon taluka of Pune district on Wednesday Thursday’s daylong rescue effort however failed to find any more survivors in the gigantic mound of mud that has all but swallowed the entire village “More that 24 hours have passed since the tragedy and I don’t think we can find any survivor in the slush now” Pune district collector Saurabh Rao who was supervising relief and rescue operations said Also read: ‘My house crumbled my wife was flung through the door’ “Our efforts to locate survivors and bodies are under way The search operation will continue for the next three-four days But looking at things as they stand I don’t think we will be able to locate any survivor” Rao said Minutes later NCP chief and former agriculture minister Sharad Pawar delivered the same grim prognosis “The tragedy is massive… The chances of finding survivors in these muddy conditions look remote” Pawar said after he reached the site of the disaster Pawar said a tragedy of this magnitude called for a rethink on allowing people to live in the foothills “25 years ago a smiliar tragedy had occurred at Bhaje village in Maval taluka Then too several lives had been lost and there were discussions about shifting villages located at the foot of hills… Now it’s time the state government thought of moving villagers out to avoid future tragedies” he said Asked if he would like the Congress-NCP government to act immediately to move the villages out Pawar said “I believe the state government should immediately talk to experts” By Thursday evening 35 bodies had been pulled out of the mud Most were disfigured beyond recognition; many had hands legs the face or torso missing All of them were cremated at the Adhivre crematorium nearby? He pointed out violation of various provisions of laws by VUDA while issuing notification for acquiring land from farmers of Ankodiya and Gorwa villages on the outskirt of the city.the party had organised a training programme for its workers in the city. the minister informed. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 4,” said one of the researchers Emily Starr from the Tulane University in New Orleans, “This has been a good beginning. attenuated vaccine. open spaces.