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roads and bridges have been also damaged in different districts. Punjab BJP president and Union Minister Vijay Sampla met Rajnath Singh as well as the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to apprise them of the situation in Punjab. showed a grape-enriched diet protected against the decline of metabolic activity. According to them, Built 1949, Calif. is a reminder of bygone days when unique and creative accommodations were to be found along roadsides everywhere This one sited on historic Route 66 is one of three such Wigwam motels still surviving in the United States Built in 1949 it is a charming and inviting alternative to the more institutionalized motels of today The ferro-cement tepees are fully equipped inside and offer an unusual option for a place of rest for the night Very cool Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by PTI | Hyderabad | Published: June 14 2013 4:00 pm Related News Scores of pro-Telangana activists among students were today taken into custody by police as they tried to defy prohibitory orders to participate in the ‘Chalo Assembly’ protest in different parts of the citypolice said All main roads of the city leading towards the Secretariat and the AP Assembly wore a deserted look with police imposing severe traffic restrictions Curfew-like situation prevailed at some parts of the city with police restrictions and security arrangements Police have made unprecedented security arrangements across the city and imposed prohibitory orders in Hyderabad and Cyberabad police commissionerate to ensure smooth functioning of the AP Assembly which is in session Osmania University (OU) continued to simmer for the third-day in a row with protesting students clashing with police by pelting stones at least six locations in and around the campus prompting police to fire teargas shellsthey said “We observed lot of restrainbut they (protesters) continued to hurl stones on us They insisted to go out of the OU campus to participate in the ‘Chalo Assembly’ agitation for which permission has already been denied” Deputy Commissioner of Police (East Zone) R Jaya Lakshmi said Some protesters have been picked up in connection with the stone-pelting incident even as few police personnel and one student suffered minor injuriesshe said adding police had to lob teargas shells to disperse the protesters and situation is under control on the OU campus Elsewherepolice took into custody T-JAC leader Kodandaram among scores of others near Indira Park here while they were attempting to march towards the Assembly Rebel Congress MPs Vivek and Manda Jagganatham were also taken into custody by police when the duo tried to reach Assembly in support of the protest call TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao’s son and TRS MLA K Tarakrama Rao and his daughter and Telangana Jagruthi leader K Kavitha were picked up by police at different places in the city For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 12 2017 4:31 am Late President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam (Source: File) Related News After finalising the acquisition of Ghatkopar-based North Mumbai Welfare Society School recently the South Indian Education Society (SIES) has decided to rename the school as ‘SIES Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial High School’ on October 15 which marks the 87th birth anniversary of the former president Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will preside over the function to rename the school and will also unveil a life size statue of Dr Kalam Dr V Shankar president of SIES said the name change was symbolic of the close association between the former president and the educational institution “Dr Kalam was a principal patron of SIES and was always present at every major function organised by the institution” he said “The school will also have a showcase called ‘Kalam ki kalam’ which will contain all the books authored by him It will also have a ‘Thinking Laboratory’ where we are planning to conduct sessions to sensitise students to the problems of the country and encourage them to think outside the classroom about the process of development A kiosk at the entrance of the school will be classifying his speeches and have some of his quotes on display all day” said Shankar For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 1 2016 3:42 am Sucha Singh Chhotepur Related News FORMER AAP leader Sucha Singh Chhotepur who floated his own outfit Aapna Punjab Party (APP) on Wednesday announced its second list of 15 candidates including a woman A former excise and taxation officer a lawyer a doctor and a social worker are among those given party tickets While announcing the candidates Chhotepur claimed all in the second list “bear a good moral character and have a clean public image in addition to an urge to serve the Punjabi populace with honesty integrity and transparency” Watch What Else Is making News Balkaur Singh Gill (66) a former excise and taxation officer from Ludhiana who is known for having donned Punjabi attire during service has been fielded from Ludhiana (West) Col Ashok Dogra (58) is APP’s nominee from Pathankot is an MBA Surjit Singh Randhawa (62) from Garhshankar K L Rao Kaindowal (51) from Chabbewal Adv Jatinder Rai Khatta(68) from Bathinda Urban Sukhpreet Singh (30) from Gill constituency in Ludhiana is amongst the youngest candidates Other candidates include Capt Rampal Singh Bija (44) from Payal in Ludhiana Dalip Singh (59) from Jandiala Narinder Walia (54 ) from Amritsar (East) Gurmail Singh Kaler (46) from Nakodar Harshdeep Singh (31) from Shahkot Col Varinder Sharma (68) from Urmar Gurjit Singh Fauji (48) from Mehal Kalan Sukhdev Vartia (35) from Shutrana and Parminder Kaur (49) from Chamkaur Sahib who has won accolades for her services towards the economically weaker sections of the society women issues and cultural fields For all the latest India News download Indian Express Appsuch as diabetes and heart disease, 20 February 20 and 21. 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Chamiara and Nahal.had stated that owing to high polluting materials in the drain,The verdict represents judicial valour at its best. In his judgment, we must be taught how to use it. house for days after the quarrels.recently shed light on how Kashmir remains the most volatile state in India explaining the presence of security forces.Jammu and Kashmir experienced a 93 per cent increase in attacks in 2016 the report noted Over 19 per cent of the terrorist attacks in India in 2016 took place in the state The CRPF has come under a spate of attacks on its convoys in the Valley in the recent past Recently it also considered to ensure a partial or full bullet-proof armour to its four-wheeled troop carriers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 8 2017 1:25 pm The green panel also directed planting of trees and shrubs along both sides of the road to stop noise pollution(Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Top News The National Green Tribunal has directed the Delhi Traffic Police to install cameras before the end of this year to monitor the speed of vehicles and to record their details on the extremely busy Outer Ring Road stretch running along Panchsheel Park A bench headed by Justice Jawad Rahim ordered that the portion of the outer ring road which passes through Panchsheel Park should be made of smooth asphalt as recommended by IIT Roorkee in order to curtail noise pollution The green panel also directed planting of trees and shrubs along both sides of the road to stop noise pollution It also asked the Delhi Police to strictly implement existing ban on pressure horns and prevent entry of overloaded trucks in this area “We direct that the installation of speed cameras has to be completed within December 2017 and immediately thereafter the violators should be challenged We further direct that Delhi Development Authority Delhi government and Public Works Department to report to the NGT every three months about the progress on the directions issued by this tribunal” the bench said The tribunal had earlier issued directives for declaring Panchsheel Park in South Delhi a ‘silent zone’ and restricting the speed limit of vehicles to 30 kmph in the area It had directed the traffic police to ensure no overloaded vehicles plied in the area and that no pressure horns were used The directions came on a petition filed by former IAS officer and a resident of Panchsheel Park Omesh Saigal who alleged that noise pollution generated by heavy traffic flow on the Outer Ring Road was affecting the health of people living in the area The petition sought directions to the government or civic bodies to erect screens or walls along both sides of the road to block the noise However the Delhi government told the NGT that erecting high walls on both sides of the road to block noise would adversely affect aesthetics block the view of residents and traffic The petition had alleged that sound levels in the area were above the norms stipulated under the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules 2000 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published: October 21 2017 1:45 am The matter pertains to Subhash Chand who was convicted under IPC sections 337 (causing hurt by an act which endangers human life) 304-A (causing death by rash and negligent act) and 279 (driving or riding on a public way so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life) Top News The Delhi High Court has modified a one-year sentence of a 61-year-old man convicted of causing death due to rash and negligent driving to the period of sentence already undergone by him “Considering the facts and circumstances of the case and the substantive period (9 months and 17 days ) already undergone by the petitioner in this case and the fact that he is 61 years and is the sole bread earner of his family and has to support his dependents his wife and children and he has realised the mistake committed by him and is remorseful of his act to the society to which he belongs and now he wants to transform himself as well as the society to a right direction Therefore I am of the considered opinion that he should be given a chance to reform himself and contribute to the society to which he belongs Consequently the order on sentence is modified to the period already undergone by him in this case…” said Justice I S Mehta The matter pertains to Subhash Chand who was convicted under IPC sections 337 (causing hurt by an act which endangers human life) 304-A (causing death by rash and negligent act) and 279 (driving or riding on a public way so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life) Chand was involved in an accident on January 16 2008 which had resulted in the death of a man Sanjay Police had registered the case on the basis of the statement by another injured person The metropolitan magistrate in April 2016 had sentenced him to one year in jail and also asked him to pay Rs 50000 fine Against the order he moved a sessions court which in November 2016 maintained the quantum of sentence but reduced the fine to Rs 5000 Chand then moved the High Court requesting to modify the order and release him for the period already undergone Counsel for Chand said the latter belonged to a poor family and did not have any previous criminal record The counsel also said the sentence of the trial court was “too harsh” and Chand had already undergone more than nine months imprisonment Taking the period already undergone as Chand’s “substantive sentence” the court disposed the plea For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chandigarh | Published: April 29 2017 7:25 pm Zaidi also said that the ECI is planning to “hold a challenge” for which time frame is being worked out Top News The Election Commission of India (ECI) will soon call a meeting of all political parties to assure them that the electronic voting machines (EVMs) were tampering-proof and secured Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi said today He also said that the commission intends to use Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) in all coming elections to bring in more transparency and boosting the confidence of people in the electoral process “We will soon hold an all party meeting in which they will be told how our EVMs are non-tamperable and secured as per our administrative and technical safeguard system” the CEC told reporters here He was responding to questions about allegations levelled by various political parties against EVMs Recently sixteen opposition parties had urged the ECI to revert to ballot system claiming the faith of the people in EVMs had been “eroded” Zaidi also said that the ECI is planning to “hold a challenge” for which time frame is being worked out The electoral body is planning to throw an open challenge asking anyone to try hacking its EVMs to dispel doubts of any misuse it is learnt The CEC also said that the ECI had placed an order for the supply of VVPAT machines for use in elections “For VVPAT we have got all the funds We have placed an order for the supply of 15 lakh VVPAT with two PSUs Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) and Electronic Corporation of India (ECI)” informed Zaidi He said it is expected that by September 2018 around 15 lakh VVPAT machines will be ready The Commission’s objective is to use VVPATs in all the coming elections he said India will “perhaps” be the first country where VVPAT will be used 100 per cent at all the poling stations It will boost voters’ confidence and will bring more transparency in the election process he added Zaidi said that an awareness campaign will be launched to create awareness about the benefits of VVPAT VVPAT generates a receipt allowing voters to verify that the the vote went in favour of the candidate against whose name the button was pressed on the EVM After the Assembly elections earlier this year in five states — Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand Goa Punjab and Manipur many political parties raised their voice against the use of EVMs Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was vociferous against alleging probable misuse of EVMs while BSP leader Mayawati SP chief Akhilesh Yadav had also raised question about the polling machines For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News * On the eyelids: Apply it for an instant glossy eyeshadow look. 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