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But I have got no official communication so far,Kolkata Police Association and Non-Gazetted Police Karmachari Samiti. He added,There are around 50000 teachers and 12000 non-teaching staffers in government-aided primary and secondary schools? but two ridiculous mistakes and we were punished. 2012 4:25 am Related News Samajwadi Party candidate Dimple Yadav is set to be declared elected to the Lok Sabha without contest from Kannauj tomorrow as the two other candidates withdrew their nomination papers today.com For all the latest Mumbai News,The ruling party has the right to clarify its stand in Parliament as is the right of Opposition to raise issues. east coast at 9 p. a heartland of pro-independence support. winner of 42 PGA tour events and former World number one David Duval.

asks for reconsideration of the decision. as per the guidelines which come into force with immediate effect. bear little resemblance to those in real life In a sequence in Chakravyuh, 2015 And they wake up tomorrow…[email protected] @shahidkapoor #ShaandaarFirstLookTomorrow pictwittercom/gG0Sg6Mxkb — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) August 4 2015 The teaser shows Shahid and Alia sleeping hand-in-hand on a bench and they are expected to wake up tomorrow that is when the official poster is revealed While Alia sports a torn-jeans Shahid looks cool in a vest and a messy hair-do Share This Article Related Article The pair of Shahid and Alia has till now held everyone in anticipation and the teaser has most certainly upped the excitement levels as the chemistry between the two oozes out of the frame The first look of the movie will be released tomorrow ‘Shaandaar’ has Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt playing insomniacs and it’s during the sleepless nights on a destination wedding trip that the two fall in love with each other ‘Shaandaar’ is being jointly produced by Phantom Films and Dharma Productions and has been directed by ‘Queen’ director Vikas Bahl The movie is slated to release on October 22 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Updated: March 28 2016 3:38 am Open-air gym in Shanti Kunj in Sector 16 Chandigarh on Sunday Sahil Walia Top News IN A first residents will now get an open-air gymnasium in city’s popular garden Shanti Kunj Sector 16 They will be able to avail gym facilities here free of cost Under this pilot project being implemented on the lines of open-air gymnasium in Lodhi Gardens in New Delhi the machines installed here are manually operated The MC plans to get this facility introduced in all other popular parks of the city in due course of time “Not many people can afford going to the gym so the concept is to provide the gym facilities free of cost to people The aim is to promote healthy living” says area councillor Pardeep Chhabra The open-air gymnasium expenditure on which is being borne from the councillor’s ward development fund will be formally inaugurated next week Share This Article Related Article Around 10 machines have been purchased for the gym which is coming up at a cost of around Rs 10 lakh From manual treadmill to the legs shaper to abs shaper the civic body has tried to provide all kinds of facilities here “None of the machines here requires electricity to run The maintenance cost is also very low’’ says an official of the engineering wing The equipment will be fixed in the ground so that no one is able to steal the machines Chhabra says that a stage which was lying abandoned here in the garden has been used for this purpose “The stage was meant for cultural functions However after a ban by the court not to use sound here the idea of gym was mooted” he adds “Usually only elderly people come to take a stroll in the park Now people of all age groups would come here Even senior citizens who feel uncomfortable going to the gym can use this facility We will try to provide this facility in other popular parks as well” adds Mayor Arun Sood The civic body is also planning to get a trainer to assist people during morning and evening hours A security guard will also be deployed later For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihika Basu | Mumbai | Updated: December 10 2015 5:39 am This year 8 students were selected for the institute’s deferred placement policy According to the policy students who want to start their own firm have a cushion to fall back on Top News Shunning fat paychecks and dreams that many IITians have of working for a global giant Nikesh Ingle had last year decided to design and develop a “one stop rural web portal” The aim was to provide information about various avenues for rural development like existing schemes of the government corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities and NGO work with special emphasis on enabling “adoption of livelihood tech-transfer” Similarly Vaibhav Antil decided to co-found a start-up BC Jukebox in 2014 which enables customers to select their music in restaurants bars and business right from their smartphone The idea was to bridge the gap between the music customers want and what music businesses play The two graduated from IIT Bombay last year and belong to an increasing breed of students who are choosing to work in the social sector or start their own ventures by opting for deferred placements offered by IIT Bombay This year eight students at IIT Bombay were selected for the institute’s deferred placement policy According to the policy introduced in 2012 students who want to start their own firm or work in the social sector by moving away from the safety net of a regular campus placement have a cushion to fall back upon The students who have been awarded deferrals this year can come back after two years and be part of the campus placements “This year three are creating their own startups while the others are opting for social deferral The feeling of starting something of their own and bringing about a change in the society are reasons that prompt students to opt for deferred placements A lot of start-ups were cofounded by IIT Bombay alumni and hence that is also playing a role Many budding entrepreneurs did not even register for placements and directly went ahead with establishing their own company” said Ayush Lakhotia placement manager IIT Bombay placement team In 2014 around 11 had opted for deferred placements The policy has seen a considerable rise from one in 2013 and none in the first year of introduction “I come from a small village and know the hardships people in small and remote places have to face I wanted to use my degree to give back to the people to connect with those on the ground and be in touch with villages Hence I decided to make use of the deferred placement policy and work for the Ministry of Rural Development (MRD) The idea behind the portal is that it will be very beneficial for various stakeholders for effective implementation of schemes in the target zones for rural population I could realise my dreams owing to this policy and in future too I want to work with something with a social touch” said Ingle According to Antil exploring the field of entrepreneurship has its own challenges and it helps to have a security net “When you decide to take that plunge you have to convince your family as well as decide for your own self We are currently operating in 250 venues across five cities Powai has a lot of start-ups and even failures are valued there So even if a venture fails one makes enough connections and networks while trying to build a start-up and that helps in the long run” he said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: September 1 2010 12:17 am Related News Now that the Central government has rejected an environment clearance to UK-based Vedantas bauxite mining project in the Niyamgiri hills in Orissathe Left feels that Korean giant Poscos steel project in the state should be the next in line It believes that both Vedanta and Posco are examples of blatant violation of the forest rights act and environmental issues An article titled Make Posco the next Vedanta in the latest edition of CPIs weekly organ New Age says environment minister Jairam Rameshs assertion that Posco plant was a project of strategic importance and there were no violation of tribal rights in its case shows the Central governments soft corner for the South Korean steel giant? 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