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Rathore?s duty to protect trees and saving our mother Earth, says Ashwini ShitoleZoo Educational Officerwho coordinated the programme Bringing new hope Hope for the Children Foundation (HFCF) has announced the commencement of its new project titled ‘Shiksha ki Asha’ This project will identify and support a batch of school-going children from vulnerable households supported by single mothers These children will be provided with a suitable environment to study in where they will be helped with homework and taught life skills Basic training in computer skills along with other interests as dancemeditationart and more will also be provided for the children The classes will be held at the HFCF centre in Wadgaonsheriand the children who will be the beneficiaries hail from the communities in and around the area Book Handi Snehankit Association For The Non Seeing Friends and National Association For The Welfare Of Physically Challenged organised a ‘Book Handi’ festival for the visually and physically challenged kids in their campus The children hurdled up and climbed to the top to break the handi that contained books and cds Cash prizes were given out to the winners of the handi ceremony and books and audio cds were distributed to the children For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Chandigarh | Updated: March 26 2016 3:41 pm Punjab Aam Aadmi Party’s Youth wing started a padyatra from Sri Fatehgarh Sahib to the Martyrs Memorial at the Hussainiwala border (Source: Express photo) Top News The new state president of AAP’s Youth Wing Harjot Singh Bains kicked of a Nawa Punjab (Building a New Punjab) padyatra from Sri Fatehgarh Sahib to the Martyrs Memorial at the Hussainiwala border on Friday The 25-year-old graduate of law from Panjab University Chandigarh tells The Indian Express about the party’s strategy to gain youth support The Youth Congress and other parties have also held such padyatras recently How is AAP’s ‘Nawa Punjab’ different from the others The Nawa Punjab Padyatra is about building a new Punjab as per the dreams and vision of Arvind Kejriwal the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the youth of Punjab We will be covering 280 kilometres by foot and reaching 100 villages On the way we will be telling people of how AAP will bring a change in Punjab if voted to power We aim to reach the Hussainiwala border on April 5 where yatra will end with a tribute to martyrs Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru and Sukhdev There were close to 47 lakh voters in the 18-19 age group during Lok Sabha polls 2014 in Punjab AAP managed to win on 4 seats What will be the strategy now to woo the youth voters in 2017 The strategy is very simple New voters are educated alert and aware All we need to do is present facts before them I began my speech today by announcing the Swiss Bank account numbers of Captain Amarinder Singh’s son Raninder Singh and wife Maharani Preneet Kaur There was huge applause AAP’s youth wing will continue presenting such facts before the youth AAP has been claiming right away that youth in Punjab is with them but so have the Youth Akali Dal and Youth Congress How can AAP’s youth wing prove its dominance The writing on the wall is that the youth are going to script a victory for AAP in Punjab in 2017 Actually not only youth even the NRI community entirely supports us These are two segments of voters who are educated and aware They know what AAP can do and is capable of They also know what SAD and Congress have done till now The youth believe in good work and we have shown our calibre and capability in Delhi The youth wings of SAD and Congress as known to all are more into hooliganism than youth welfare How will AAP include youth opinion into its manifesto We are soon going to start a Youth Dialogue and an Education Dialogue under which AAP’s youth wing will move to colleges and universities across Punjab and interact with students After taking feedback the justifiable needs of students will be included in the manifesto AAP has criticised SAD and Congress for wasting public money on advertising But AAP is doing same now It carried full page advertisements to highlight the achievements of its year in power in Delhi Your comments We never criticized any political party for carrying advertisements It is not wastage of public money It is our right to exhibit and publicise our work AAP will never walk the path of SAD and Congress ever You started off as a common party volunteer and now heading party’s youth wing which holds the key in 2017 How has been the experience I started my political career as a volunteer with AAP The aim was to appreciate and join clean politics in a state ruled by the Badal clan It was a big decision to join politics right after law graduation Now our aim is victory in the 2017 Punjab polls For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: April 25 2016 6:35 pm Armaan Malik was honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Award for the ‘Most Popular Singer of the Year’ category in Mumbai Related News Singer Armaan Malik was honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Award for the ‘Most Popular Singer of the Year’ category in Mumbai Armaan who recently lent his voice for the song “Bol do na zara” from “Azhar” said that the award holds a “special place” for him “This year has been a crazy journey for me and every award that I have received has been an incentive to work even harder and better However this one holds a special place for me in my life” Armaan told IANS “This award is considered to be a very important one in one’s Bollywood career and I’m glad to get it so early… It feels surreal to know that people out there know me know my songs and give me so much love I would like to dedicate this award especially to my musical gurus and teachers Rita Kaul and Qadir Ghulam Mustafa Khan” he added The awards ceremony was held in Mumbai on April 24 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Substitutes Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini scored as Manchester United continued their 100 percent start to the Premier League season by beating Leicester City 2-0 on Saturday Leicester threatened to frustrate United when Kasper Schmeichel saved a penalty by Romelu Lukaku early in the second half but the hosts’ pressure told in the last 20 minutes Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates Reuters Huddersfield Town’s 0-0 draw with Southampton meant United went two points clear at the summit although West Bromwich Albion will join them on nine points if they beat Stoke City on Sunday "I think we played very well" United manager Jose Mourinho told BT Sport "The result was open at 0-0 The ‘blue wall’ was very well organised and I always give credit for that They defended very well "If I have to choose a word to describe my team I would have to say ‘solid’" Earlier Raheem Sterling scored a dramatic 97th-minute winner to earn Manchester City a 2-1 victory at Bournemouth but was then sent off after receiving a second yellow card for over-celebrating In keeping with their opening 4-0 wins over West Ham United and Swansea City United dominated the first half against Leicester at Old Trafford with Juan Mata seeing a goal ruled out for a narrow offside Schmeichel son of United goalkeeping great Peter pushed aside Lukaku’s 53rd-minute penalty after Danny Simpson had been penalised for handball Mourinho turned to Rashford and three minutes after coming on the 19-year-old broke the deadlock in the 70th minute volleying in Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s corner Fellaini added a second goal eight minutes from time by nudging in a cross from fellow substitute Jesse Lingard Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was left scratching his head after Sterling’s dismissal at Bournemouth Sterling celebrated his deflected winning goal by throwing himself into the jubilantly celebrating away end and was given his marching orders by referee Mike Dean "You can imagine how happy he is how happy the fans are" Guardiola said "If you cannot celebrate with the fans the best solution is not to invite the fans" Newcastle up and running Guardiola’s side fell behind in the 13th minute at the Vitality Stadium courtesy of a sensational strike from wide on the left by Bournemouth left-back Charlie Daniels that crashed in off the crossbar David Silva teed up Gabriel Jesus to equalise eight minutes later and after both sides had hit the post Sterling claimed the winner The five minutes of stoppage time indicated by the fourth official had already elapsed when Danilo crossed from the right and Sterling beat Asmir Begovic via a sizeable deflection off Andrew Surman Accompanied by his team-mates Sterling tore off in celebration and threw himself into the arms of the City fans at the front of the away section only to then be dismissed by Dean After the game a Bournemouth steward complained to police that he had been struck by Sergio Aguero who had come on as a substitute during the celebrations City were reportedly confident Aguero had no case to answer "Winning in the last minute is always special" said Guardiola who had seen Sterling score a late equaliser in Monday’s 1-1 draw at home to Everton "It was a tough game It is always complicated against Bournemouth We tried our finishing was not good but we are there" Rafael Benitez’s Newcastle United got off the mark at the third attempt after goals from new signing Joselu Ciaran Clark and Aleksandar Mitrovic secured a 3-0 home win over West Ham who remain without a point Frank de Boer is still waiting for his first point — and goal — as Crystal Palace manager after a 2-0 loss at home to Swansea who prevailed through goals from Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham and Jordan Ayew Watford’s Miguel Britos was sent off for an awful studs-up foul on Anthony Knockaert in a 0-0 draw against Brighton at Vicarage Road Turkish authorities rounded up nearly 3000 suspected military plotters on Saturday and ordered thousands of judges detained after thwarting a coup by rebels using tanks and attack helicopters to try to topple President Tayyip Erdogan For several hours overnight on Friday violence shook Turkey’s two main cities as the armed faction which tried to seize power blocked a bridge in Istanbul and strafed the headquarters of Turkish intelligence and parliament in Ankara At least 265 people were killed An official said 161 of them were mostly civilians and police officers while the remaining 104 were coup supporters But the coup attempt crumbled as Erdogan rushed back to Istanbul from a Mediterranean holiday and urged people to take to the streets to support his government against plotters he accused of trying to kill him People gather after the military coup was foiled by the government AP "They will pay a heavy price for this" said Erdogan launching a purge of the armed forces which last used force to stage a successful coup more than 30 years ago "This uprising is a gift from God to us because this will be a reason to cleanse our army" Among those detained were top military commanders including the head of the Second Army which protects the country’s borders with Syria Iraq and Iran state-run Anadolu news agency said Hundreds of soldiers were held in Ankara for alleged involvement in the coup leaving police stations overflowing Some had to be taken under armed police escort in buses to a sports stadium Reuters footage showed some of the detainees handcuffed and stripped from the waist up sitting on the floor of one of the buses The government declared the situation under control saying 2839 people had been rounded up from foot soldiers to senior officers including those who formed "the backbone" of the rebellion Authorities also began a major crackdown in the judiciary over suspected links to US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen removing from their posts and ordering the detention of nearly 3000 prosecutors and judges including from top courts Erdogan has blamed the coup on supporters of Gulen who he has frequently accused of trying to foment uprising in the military media and judiciary Ten members of the High Council of Judges and Prosecutors and two members of the Constitutional Court have already been detained officials said Obama’s support A successful overthrow of Erdogan who has ruled the country of about 80 million people since 2003 would have marked another seismic shift in the Middle East five years after the Arab uprisings erupted and plunged Turkey’s southern neighbour Syria into civil war However a failed coup attempt could still destabfilise the Nato member and major US ally that lies between the European Union and the chaos of Syria with Islamic State bombers targeting Turkish cities and the government also at war with Kurdish separatists US President Barack Obama expressed support for Turkey’s government and urged parties on all sides of the crisis to avoid destabilizing the country and follow the rule of law But his Secretary of State John Kerry warned Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that public suggestions of a US role in the plot were "utterly false" and harmful to relations A file photo of Recep Erdogan Reuters Erdogan who had been holidaying on the southwest coast when the coup was launched flew into Istanbul before dawn on Saturday and told thousands of flag-waving supporters at the airport that the government remained at the helm A polarising figure whose Islamist-rooted ideology lies at odds with supporters of modern Turkey’s secular principles Erdogan said the plotters had tried to attack him in the resort town of Marmaris "They bombed places I had departed from right after I was gone" he said "They probably thought we were still there" Erdogan’s AK Party has long had strained relations with the military which has a history of mounting coups to defend secularism although it has not seized power directly since 1980 His conservative religious vision for Turkey’s future has also alienated many ordinary citizens who accuse him of authoritarianism Police used heavy force in 2013 to suppress mass protests demanding more freedom He commands the admiration and loyalty of millions of Turks however particularly for raising living standards and restoring order to an economy once beset by regular crises which grew 48 percent year-on-year in the first quarter The violence is likely to hit a tourism industry already suffering from the bombings and business confidence is also vulnerable Smartphone address In a night that sometimes verged on the bizarre Erdogan frequently took to social media even though he is an avowed enemy of the technology when his opponents use it and frequently targets Twitter and Facebook He addressed the nation via a video calling service appearing on the smartphone of a CNN Turk reporter who held it up to a studio camera He also urged Washington to deport Gulen who lives in self-imposed exile in the United States The cleric who once supported Erdogan but became a leading adversary condemned the attempted coup and said he played no role in it "As someone who suffered under multiple military coups during the past five decades it is especially insulting to be accused of having any link to such an attempt I categorically deny such accusations" Gulen said in a statement Kerry said the United States was willing to help Turkey as it tries to identify those involved in the coup attempt but made clear it would only act if there was evidence against Gulen Soldiers surrender Gunfire and explosions had rocked both Istanbul and Ankara through the night after soldiers took up positions in both cities and ordered state television to read out a statement declaring they had taken power However by dawn the noise of fighting had died down considerably About 50 soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul after dawn on Saturday abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air Reuters witnesses saw government supporters attack the pro-coup soldiers who had surrendered By Saturday afternoon CNN Turk reported that security forces had completed an operation against coup plotters at the headquarters of the military general staff Security sources also said police detained about 100 military officers at an air base in the southeast Neighbouring Greece arrested eight men aboard a Turkish military helicopter which landed in the northern city of Alexandroupolis on Saturday the Greek police ministry said adding that they had requested political asylum At one stage military commanders were held hostage by the plotters and by Saturday evening —24 hours after the coup was launched —some operations against rebels were continuing Cavusoglu the foreign minister said soldiers at the Incirlik air base used by the United States to launch air strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria were involved in the attempt He said Turkey would resume operations with the US-led coalition once the anti-coup operations were completed Lawmakers in hiding The coup began with warplanes and helicopters roaring over Ankara and troops moving in to seal off the bridges over the Bosphorus which separates Europe and Asia in Istanbul Turkish maritime authorities reopened the Bosphorus to transiting tankers after shutting the major trade route from the Black Sea to the Aegean for several hours for security and safety reasons In the early hours of Saturday lawmakers hid in shelters inside the parliament building which was fired on by tanks An opposition deputy told Reuters that parliament was hit three times and people had been wounded When parliament convened later in the day the four main political parties —running the gamut from Erdogan’s right-wing Islamist-rooted AK Party to the left-of-centre pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) —came together in a rare show of unity to condemn the attempted coup A Turkish military commander also said fighter jets had shot down a helicopter used by the coup plotters over Ankara Momentum turned against the coup plotters as the night wore on Crowds defied orders to stay indoors gathering at major squares in Istanbul and Ankara waving flags and chanting "We have a prime minister we have a chief of command we’re not going to leave this country to degenerates" shouted one man as groups of government supporters climbed onto a tank near Ataturk airport Kerry said he had phoned the Turkish foreign minister and underlined "absolute support for Turkey’s democratically elected civilian government and democratic institutions" Flights resume Flag carrier Turkish Airlines resumed flights on Saturday though some foreign carriers cancelled weekend flights At the height of the action rebel soldiers took control of TRT state television which announced a countrywide curfew and martial law An announcer read a statement on the orders of the pro-coup faction that accused the government of eroding the democratic and secular rule of law Turkey would be run by a "peace council" that would ensure the safety of the population the statement said Turkey is one of the main backers of opponents of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria’s civil war and hosts 27 million Syrian refugees It was a departure point last year for the biggest influx of migrants to Europe since World War Two Turkey has suffered numerous bombings and shootings this year including an attack two weeks ago by Islamists at Ataturk airport that killed more than 40 people as well as those staged by Kurdish militants After serving as prime minister from 2003 Erdogan was elected president in 2014 with plans to alter the constitution to give the previously ceremonial presidency far greater executive powers By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 1 2016 2:45 am Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Top News In a relief to thousands of illegally constructed homes in the gaothan expansion area in Navi Mumbai Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced in the Legislative Assembly Thursday that such homes constructed before December 31 2015 won’t be demolished The City Industrial and Development Corporation (CIDCO) of Maharashtra will be issued specific directions in this regard Navi Mumbai legislators including BJP’s Manda Mhatre and Prashant Thakur and NCP’s Sandeep Naik had raised queries in this regard during a calling attention motion Some 20000 illegal homes have come up in the gaothan expansion area Chief Minister Fadnavis however said that a proposal for the regularisation of structures constructed after the December 2012 cut off could not be considered since the High Court had advised against it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: December 21 2016 1:43 pm Benfica’s Victor Lindelof is apparently being targeted by Manchester United for a 38 million pound move in the (Source: AP) Top News Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes fellow Swede Victor Lindelof has the talent to shine for the world’s top teams amid growing speculation the Benfica defender is set to join his compatriot at Manchester United in January According to British media reports United have opened talks with Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira over a 38 million pounds ($4701 million) move for Lindelof who has 11 international caps in the upcoming transfer window “He (Lindelof) is growing He has a lot of responsibility with the national team now” striker Ibrahimovic told British media of the highly rated 22-year-old “Is he good enough for United I think he is ready for the big clubs out there It is up to him what he wants and what the situation says Whatever he chooses it will be good for him” Ibrahimovic added “I know he is hot on the market so let him make the right choice for him” Sixth-placed United who have won seven of their last 10 games in all competitions host third-bottom Sunderland at Old Trafford on Monday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Melbourne | Published: January 15 2017 2:34 pm Rafael Nadal is aiming for his 15th Grand Slam at Australian Open (Source: Reuters) Top News Rafael Nadal isn’t planning to give up tennis anytime soon Johanna Konta won’t take too seriously her dominating win in the Sydney International last Friday And Sam Stosur who has never done well at her home Grand Slam tournament isn’t getting too down on herself after her preparation – or lack of it – for Melbourne Park Following are some thoughts and impressions from players who spoke on Sunday the day before the start of the Australian Open: RAFAEL NADAL The takeaway: Rafa is not about to call it quits anytime soon Nadal a 14-time major winner is coming off two lengthy injury layoffs last year including 2-months off after pulling out of the French Open before the third round with left wrist injury and another rest at the end of the season Just don’t ask him if he’s ready to pull out a rod and reel or a 9-iron “If I don’t believe that I can be competitive and when I mean competitive is fighting for the things that I fought for during the last 10 years I will be probably playing golf or fishing at home” Nadal said “I am being honest … I am here because I believe … I can fight for the things that really motivate me” Given his history with injuries Nadal was asked if he was playing pain free “What do you mean `pain-free’” he said “I am not injured no Pain-free is a long time ago” JOHANNA KONTA The Sydney-born British player a surprise semifinalist at Melbourne Park last year won the Sydney International final against Agnieszka Radwanska last Friday a victory so dominating that the Polish player ranked third in the world said: “I can’t remember playing someone like this on that level that consistent for the whole match I couldn’t really say that I did something wrong She was just playing amazing tennis” Konta said Sunday she’s not reading too much into those plaudits “Obviously to have beaten a player like Aga I’m definitely very pleased with the level I played” Konta said “But we all know that it’s not a given It doesn’t decide how you will do in the next event I’m taking it as a positive from the week itself but I’m looking to again work hard here and really try to do the best that I can here” SAMANTHA STOSUR Competing in her 15th Australian Open the highest-ranked Australian woman in the draw has never made it past the fourth round at Melbourne Park Her preparation for her home major wasn’t helped with first-round losses at Brisbane and Sydney “I can’t change it it is what it is” Stosur said of her early exits “I’m not going into my first round freaking out that I haven’t had more than two matches Like I said I’ve done everything else that I can Obviously it would have been really nice to have played more But I’m pretty sure I’m not the only person in that situation from the first two weeks of the year” The 18th-seeded Stosur has a tough first-round match against Heather Watson of Britain SIMONA HALEP The fourth-seeded Halep lost in the first round last year at Melbourne Park This year she’ll have the distinction of opening play on the main Rod Laver Arena on Monday against American Shelby Rogers “I hope is going to be better this year … it’s special to open the tournament on the biggest stadium I’m not thinking very much at that thing I just have to go there I know the opponent pretty well” Halep beat Rogers in straight sets in the third round at the 2015 US Open in their only previous meeting TOMMY HAAS The 38-year-old German veteran has said 2017 will be his last year on tour – he’s taking over as tournament director at Indian Wells Haas who plays Benoit Paire of France in the first round wants to go out with some dignity after a career of injuries He has been ranked as high as No 2 won 15 ATP Tour titles reached the semifinals of the Australian Open three times and Wimbledon once and won a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics His career has been stalled by injuries since he had shoulder surgery two years ago and right foot surgery in the middle of last year “I think it’s important to find that right time or that moment for you when you feel it’s over and it’s time to do something else” Haas said Sunday “For me it’s very important just to be back on tour and back here at the Australian Open It’s been a while since I’ve played here and I’m excited to get the opportunity to go out on the court one more time and compete” And to keep playing hoping that his best is once again around the corner “When you are a dreamer and a lot of us are you obviously like to play at your best level again maybe play against some of the top players somewhere on a big stage and play a great matches” Haas said “Maybe get far in a tournament one more time” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Nairobi | Published: November 22 2016 9:36 pm Federico Rosa who had denied the charges made against him in July runs Italy-based company Rosa & Associati (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Top News Charges against Italian sports agent Federico Rosa over the alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs have been dropped a Kenyan magistrate said on Tuesday Rosa who had denied the charges made against him in July runs Italy-based company Rosa & Associati Kenya renowned for its distance runners has faced frequent allegations of doping with some 40 cases reported in the past four years “The case is withdrawn” Bernard Ochoi Nairobi’s principal magistrate said in a statement delivered in court before Rosa’s trial began The statement was sent to Reuters by Rosa’s lawyer James Nyiha “My client should not have been charged in the first place The state did not have an iota of evidence against my client” Nyiha said Kenya claimed its biggest ever haul of medals at an Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this year but doping allegations and organisational problems plagued preparations for the event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News I can?were reported to railway policemen on duty at Kalyan station last week. the annual press conference got cancelled. the authorities “sought to downplay it”. 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he never entered the dug-out of the junior team." Abe told reporters.environmentalist Madhav Gadgil said: ? after surrendering to a dominant India in the ODI series, How does Ishrat probe panel chief’s alleged tutoring a witness vindicate you,s Midnight? the BMC is now keen to find legal options that will allow it to evict residents. Not surprisingly the match proved to be an interesting one. For all the latest Delhi News, Police had registered the case of kidnapping.
We will go back and seek necessary permission to bring upon changes,especially against women, “Moreover, who speaks fluent English, Meanwhile,have remained in the fringes. Khursheed and Sarvar,a crime branch DSP and the three doctors of Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar, On Saturday,said Sidhwan.
?Neha Sharma, After a barren first half, Bernard Mendy though was having none of that as he closed down Postiga quickly and denied him a clear shot with a crucial block. (Source: ANI) Top News Police on Thursday sounded a high alert after the Delhi High Court received a bomb threat." he said. Sorry,but also Kazakhstan and Jamaica. Vance may be stymied in New Yorkbut hes hit home across the Atlantic Strauss-Kahn cannot realistically run for president and wont The French think its enough alreadybut theyre not going to elect him For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: November 22 2016 4:34 pm Manuel Neuer has a tight calf and will stay in Bayern Munich for treatment (Source: Reuters) Top News Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and winger Arjen Robben were ruled out of Bayern Munich’s midweek trip to face Russian side Rostov in the Champions League the German champions said on Tuesday The 30-year-old Neuer had a tight calf and would stay in Munich for treatment with Sven Ulreich taking his place CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said Robben has yet to recover from a muscle injury picked up while on international duty with Netherlands last week Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti will also be without injured Javi Martinez Arturo Vidal and Kingsley Coman for Wednesday’s Group D encounter Bayern who were beaten 1-0 by domestic rivals Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga on Saturday have already qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League and are second in their group on nine points from four games “If we win then we can theoretically still have a chance to top the group ahead of Atletico (Madrid)” Rummenigge told reporters Spain’s Atletico lead the group on 12 points while Rostov and Dutch side PSV Eindhoven have one point apiece with two games to play For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: March 29 2016 2:54 am Related News ASSERTING THAT “Punjab is a place where free langar is served to people” Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal Monday attacked AAP’s fundraiser dinner and lunch meets “AAP has started looting people by first inviting them to lunch and dinner and then asking them to pay for it” said Harsimrat at a sangat darshan programme on Monday “Punjab is a place where free langar is served to people but they have started a reverse trend” Share This Article Related Article A week before Hola Mohalla gathering the AAP had organised lunch and dinner meets across the state and claimed to have collected over Rs 1 crore Leaders such as Bhagwant Mann Sadhu Singh Sucha Singh Chhotepur and Sanjay Singh attended the meet Targeting Congress she said the party would meet the same fate in Punjab as it did in Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand “Although Capt has become chief of state Congress party workers have started rejecting him” she added Comparing the revenue generated during the Congress and SAD regimes she claimed that the SAD-BJP government was in profit On Monday Harsimrat held Sangat Darshan at eight villages including Sema Bhucho Kalan Lehra Bega and Lehra Mohabbat She inaugurated a sanitary napkin vending machine at the Government Senior Secondary School (Girls) Mall Road Bathinda A total of 20 such machines will be installed at various government schools in Bathinda district AAP’s national organisation building head Durgesh Pathak said they would continue with dinner and lunch meets to raise funds throughout the year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News "The appointment of interlocutor in J&K and addressing the agenda of holding talks with all stakeholders is a step forward", she said.
Over the years, Luck team! download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Melbourne | Published: September 4, But moving beyond partisan politics,” said lead study author Diana Dinescu from the University of Virginia.For the study the researchers compared the reported drinking patterns of twins in and out of relationships “By using twins our study allows us to eliminate entire classes of alternative explanations such as genetic predispositions and upbringing influences and brings us a step closer to understanding the true impact of relationships on drinking behaviour” Dinescu said The researchers culled their data from the Washington State Twin Registry a database of twins who participate in health and behaviour research? consumed less alcohol than single or divorced twins, A player possessing unparalleled skill sets. "I’m very happy.
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