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Panchkula to take concrete steps to prevent unauthorised exits from and entries to the highway.enter the highway at unauthorised point and crossings. The High Court has directed the NHAI and SPPanchkula to look into the matter The Haryana government has been directed to file an affidavit with respect to the offenders sentenced for driving under the influence of liquor during the last two months The Chandigarh Administration has been directed to submit affidavit with respect to the number of challans generated by CCTV cameras and whether the Chandigarh Administration intends to cover other areas of the city with CCTV cameras and establish more control rooms As ordered by the High Courtthe Punjab Public Works Department has informed High Court that directions have been issued to all Deputy Commissioners (DCs) and concerned departments to get unauthorised hoarding removed For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: June 19 2010 1:19 am Related News Turns down court offer despite being hunted by their families; court directs senior police officers to help them whenever required Even as their relatives hunted for them seeking to revenge the disgrace they brought to their honour by getting marriedRahul and Meena appeared in the Rohini Court on Friday The couples presence in court came a day after the court had asked the police to trace the womanreported missing from her aunts home in BayanaRajasthan Rahul had claimed he feared that Meenas family might have harmed her Firmly holding Rahuls handMeena turned down courts offer of police protection Reason: she suspected the police to collude with her family members to separate her from Rahul The coupleinsteaddecided to stay at an undisclosed place till they could chalk out how to secure their future Moved by their tale of courageAdditional Session Judge Kamini Lau allowed the couples appeal to stay alone The judge also handed the couple numbers of top officers of the Delhi Policethe National Commission for Women and the Delhi Commission for Womenin case they needed help Its excruciating to see what you have to go through But always rememberyou will have to fight it out on your own Courts are always there to protect you and keep you safe by providing adequate securitybut at the end of the dayits you (couple) to fight your battle and lead a life of your choice? the “Notting Hill” actress is also asked about her 26th and final appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman”. The accused was arrested from the spot and was sent to three days police remand and later sent to 14 days judicial custody. Officials said the six-year-old leopard was brought in dead at Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Borivali. he was married two years back but the couple was having a troubled relationship.

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The film?released last week and has been getting good reviews ever since Since its release the film has shown an upward trend In the first weekend Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic has managed to beat expectations with its roaring numbers at the box office and the week has now started on a good note too It is expected to do better in the coming days since it is based on one of the most popular figures in Indian cricket — Sachin Tendulkar As for the collections the movie has sailed its way to success at the box office On its first weekend the film collected Rs 2785 crore On Monday it earned Rs 420 crore bringing the total collection of Sachin A Billion Dreams to Rs 3225 crore “#SachinABillionDreams holds well on Mon… Fri 860 cr Sat 920 cr Sun 1025 cr Mon 420 cr Total: 3225 cr [all languages] India biz” Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted #SachinABillionDreams holds well on Mon… Fri 860 cr Sat 920 cr Sun 1025 cr Mon 420 cr Total: 3225 cr [all languages] India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 30 2017 The Hindi version of the film has shown the highest collection till the weekend Hindi: 2445 cr Marathi: 120 cr Tamil: 93 lakhs Telugu: 105 cr English: 42 lakhs Total: 2805 cr #SachinABillionDreams Weekend Hindi: 2445 cr Marathi: 120 cr Tamil: 93 lakhs Telugu: 105 cr English: 42 lakhs Total: 2805 cr — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 29 2017 #SachinABillionDreams Fri 840 cr Sat 920 cr Sun 1025 cr Total: 2785 cr [all languages] India biz EXCELLENT for a docu-drama — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 29 2017 The film is based on the life of Sachin Tendulkar where he has played himself With the usage of real footage the film manages to bring a lot of emotions while taking us on a trip down the memory lane about the blockbuster innings Sachin played during his cricketing career Also read:Sachin A Billion Dreams box office collection day 3: Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic earns Rs 2785 cr hits it out of thestadium On the day of its release the film managed to create history It became the first docu-drama to garner as much as Rs 840 crore on its first day Sachin: A Billion Dreams which has been written and directed by James Erskine and produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures under 200 Not Out Productions is witnessing a power run at the theaters For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News| Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2017 5:54 am Top News Haryana has issued notifications regarding revision of pension and family pension in respect of pre-2016 pensioners and family pensioners and those government employees who retired or died in harness on or after January 1 2016 on the basis of the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission The minimum pension or family pension with effect from January 1 2016 would be Rs 9000 a month This will exclude the additional pension or family pension to the old pensioners The maximum pension would be Rs 112050 that is 50 per cent and family pension Rs 67230 that is 30 per cent of the highest pay that is Rs 224100 in Haryana government For the existing pensioners who retired before January 1 2016 the revised pension or family pension with effect from January 1 2016 would be determined by multiplying the existing basic pension or family pension by 257 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAbu Dhabi: On day two of his visit to the UAE Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday visited Masdar city and took a round of the zero carbon planned city PM Narendra Modi PTI Modi was briefed by officials and researchers about the city and took keen interest as he went around Masdar City relies on solar energy and other renewable energy sources It is situated 17 km from Abu DhabiIANS Pondering the possibilities PM @narendramodi discusses the future of urban innovation with Masdar City’s architects pictwittercom/tUS0fZU71X Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 17 2015 Community of the future Some more images of PM @narendramodi ‘s visit to Masdar City pictwittercom/HdWqa7Q4Fa Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 17 2015 "Science is life" PM @narendramodi digitally signs this message in visitors book at Masdar City pictwittercom/RKGXWyTFZa Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 17 2015 PM Narendra Modi writes his signature on a touch screen in Masdar city #ModiInDubai Photo: ANI pictwittercom/8qfMALlcGF Firstpost (@firstpost) August 17 2015 Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits city of Masdar to interact with business leaders #ModInUAE Photo: ANI pictwittercom/LsQE09PgRA Firstpost (@firstpost) August 17 2015 By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: July 3 2017 6:53 pm The authorities and fire department were informed after the blaze was noticed and was controlled even before the fire brigade team arrived the release said adding that all the patients and people in the building are safe (Representational Image) Related News Fire broke out in an empty operation theatre in the main building of the Apollo Gleanagles hospital here this morning but there was no casualty Fire broke out in an empty operation theatre in the main building of the Apollo Gleanagles hospital here this morning but there was no casualty Two fire tenders were put into service to douse the fire which caught at around 920AM a Kolkata Police official said “Nobody was injured as the operation theatre was empty Going by the primary investigation it seems that the fire was due to a short circuit probably inside the air conditioning system there” he said Meanwhile a release by the hospital authorities claimed that the in-house safety team responded and doused the fire swiftly The authorities and fire department were informed after the blaze was noticed and was controlled even before the fire brigade team arrived the release said adding that all the patients and people in the building are safe Two fire tenders were put into service to douse the fire which caught at around 920AM a Kolkata Police official said “Nobody was injured as the operation theatre was empty Going by the primary investigation it seems that the fire was due to a short circuit probably inside the air conditioning system there” he said Meanwhile a release by the hospital authorities claimed that the in-house safety team responded and doused the fire swiftly For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nicholas Vincent | Updated: June 18 2015 10:57 am Why has Magna Carta been cited by virtually every major figure in the modern democratic world Related News In a meadow near the royal castle at Windsor 800 years ago King John of England signed a document that became known as the Great Charter or Magna Carta What was so significant about this document Many ideas people might suppose were contained in it are not to be found there “Democracy” is one such Indeed democracy would have been repellent to both John and the barons who in 1215 forced the king into negotiation at Runnymede It is sometimes said that Magna Carta lies at the root of parliament Certainly one of the charter’s 62 clauses calls for the king to take counsel from his barons before imposing any new tax From this in the much longer term sprang the idea of “no taxation without representation” and the insistence that the king meet with his barons and bishops to discuss the affairs of the realm In the longer term such meetings became institutionalised into “parliament” Even so these developments might have occurred without Magna Carta They were in no way guaranteed by the 1215 settlement It is sometimes asserted that Magna Carta enshrines the principle of habeas corpus that no one should be arrested or imprisoned without being offered a fair and public hearing in court Clause 39 of Magna Carta does forbid the king from arresting or punishing anybody save “by the lawful judgement of their peers or by the law of the land” This is at least partway on the road to the idea that arbitrary arrest is wrong and that judgement must include an element of due process still a fundamental principle of law Even so this is nothing like the detailed regulation of the king’s powers of arrest or detention that the 17th-century statute of habeas corpus went on to define Several of the key concepts here judgement by “peers” (that is to say by equals) or by the “law of the land” turn out on examination to be extremely vague Is a rich man to be judged by poor men as his equals Should a poor man be judged by the rich In 1215 when Magna Carta was granted there was no written record of the majority of the laws of England and hence no proper definition of the “law of the land” Moreover who was to say whether such judgement was “lawful” In the end the concept of lawful judgement brings us back to the king as the authority ultimately with the power to determine what constituted justice Besides such general points of principle Magna Carta contained detailed provisions that to us today may appear archaic even unjust For example it severely limited the right of women to plead in the king’s law courts It restricted the rights of minorities including Jews and all Frenchmen living in England Further as law many of the clauses of Magna Carta survived in England for less than 12 weeks By September 1215 the king was once again at war with his barons As an attempt to broker peace Magna Carta failed entirely It was only when it was reissued after John’s death by his nine-year-old son King Henry III that Magna Carta was transformed into an iconic statement of legal principle In the process many of the more controversial elements of the charter of 1215 were dropped or forgotten What emerged was a much shorter but legally more significant document first properly formulated in 1225 and continually reissued thereafter Why then do lawyers and politicians freedom fighters and religious leaders continue to venerate this 800-year-old document Why has it been cited by virtually every major figure in the modern democratic world The answer lies in principle rather than point of detail For the first time in English history the head of state was clearly and publicly forced to acknowledge the rule of law Government was no longer to be by the king’s whim and tyranny but according to laws that lay beyond the power of the head of state to change As the present British prime minister put it on June 15 speaking at Runnymede those countries that enjoy the rule of law “tend to enjoy success” Those without the rule of law fare less well Transformed from a failed peace treaty into an iconic expression of the state’s obligation to ensure justice and protect liberty what had originally been a document for one time and one place became a statement of law and liberty with much wider resonance Vincent professor of history at the University of East Anglia and member of the Magna Carta project is author of ‘Magna Carta: The Foundation of Freedom 1215-2015’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express 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What better than Grammy-nominee, like MoS Jayant Sinha being moved to civil aviation from Finance and Sadanand Gowda losing the Law Ministry. I get drawn in when Bigg Boss comes around, The police had put up barricades near Bal Vidhya Mandir School.sat down on the road and refused to move.Siddharth suman, For all the latest Chandigarh News, 5. I had jitters before the release.” Coach Zinedine Zidane added: “Asensio is going to cause a real stir.

her royal action sequences in Bajirao Mastani had a certain ancient charm to it. assistance for marriage of daughters of labourers etc. these are all existing schemes whose names have been charged after some modifications” said Singh For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 26 2014 12:35 am The battle between Centre and state in the realm of language politics did not end with the linguistic reorganisation of states or various amendments to the Official Languages Act; indeed the ongoing expansion and reform of higher education is proof if proof is needed that big challenges remain Related News By: Neeti Nair The recent fracas over a circular of the Home Ministry that was apparently meant to encourage the use of Hindi in social media and via hundreds of “urban official language operational committees” across the country brings to mind several similar experiments and lessons not learnt from India’s past It is in the realm of education that India’s bureaucrats and politicians sought to impose Hindi early on and it is in this realm that the challenge of managing both standards and expectations remains The 1949 Radhakrishnan Education Commission report gave considerable space to the vexed question of the medium of instruction for schools and colleges across India Arguing for regional languages to be developed alongside a “federal language” Hindi the report also referred to English as a language of international communication and alluded to the yugadharma or the philosophy of the age “Sense of the oneness of the world is in the making and control over a medium of expression which is more widespread and has a larger reach than any of our languages today will be of immense benefit to us” The 15 years that followed were supposed to be spent on the development of scientific terminology in textbooks and other regional literatures efforts that would enable the use of regional languages as a medium of instruction in institutions of higher learning Instead following the 15-year timetable laid down by the Constitution to transition towards Hindi administrators centered in Delhi focused on switching over to Hindi as soon as possible So for instance Osmania University was to be made into a model Hindi University A unique Urdu-medium institution that was also the region’s only university refused to be material for another experiment in higher education This new imposition by faraway Delhi was roundly criticised by a student movement that quickly drew in politicians even from the ruling Congress party who pleaded the right to vote on their conscience rather than by party whip Five years of protests led Nehru to concede that it was “no good trying to force a decision on the Andhra government and people” In school education too the natural reflex was to impose uniformity focus on a ham-handed way of “national integration” To a 1951 memorandum from the Anglo-Indian community that cited Articles 29 and 30 of the Constitution on minority rights and requested that their schools where English remained the medium of instruction be allowed to affiliate with state boards in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh via an amendment of their regulations P Gangulee an officer in the ministry of education opined: “If I may say so the attitude taken up is a parochial one and does not account for the inevitable trend towards making Hindi the official language of the Union and the regional language the language of a State Such an attitude is bound to do more harm than good… As is common knowledge English is a fast-dying means of instruction… It is either Hindi or the regional language which is coming to the fore And within the course of a decade or so English for all practical purposes will have become a ‘dead’ language” Gangulee’s faith in the inevitable death of English and certainty that it was the Anglo-Indians who were “parochial” was echoed by other officials in the ministry However since education remained a state subject until the 42nd constitutional amendment of 1976 state boards and most universities were left free to pursue their own interpretation of recommendations sent forth from the central government either the ministry of education home affairs or the newly created University Grants Commission The battle between Centre and state in the realm of language politics did not end with the linguistic reorganisation of states or various amendments to the Official Languages Act; indeed the ongoing expansion and reform of higher education is proof if proof is needed that big challenges remain Here it might be useful to recall the evidence of the physicist Meghnad Saha almost one hundred years ago To the Sadler Commission in 1918 Saha described English as a “foreign tongue” and distinguished between understanding English and being able to write it correctly Saha admitted that it took “time study and long practice” to master the language ] However recognising an “adequate” knowledge of English to be a matter of “national necessity” and “daily importance” Saha recommended that the “best solution” would be “to insist from the student the acquisition of the capacity for understanding English and reading an English book with fluency but not the capacity for writing English correctly” While his advice might help educators feel less terrible about the utterly inadequate resources that have accompanied the tremendous expansion of higher education in India today purportedly with English as the medium of instruction it is also noteworthy that a sizeable number of Indians have mastered English And just as it remains important for the central government to acknowledge the importance of regional languages across India it is equally important that the government not feel embarrassed by or apologetic for Indians’ enviable fluency in what is now a patently Indian language: English Indians have always and will continue to speak multiple living languages This vibrant legacy cannot be wished away by diktats from the Centre in favour of a homogenising and almost unrecognisable official Hindi Nair teaches history at the University of Virginia and is the author of ‘Changing Homelands: Hindu Politics and the Partition of India’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 19 2015 12:00 am Related News The proposed new civil aviation policy signals an important step towards reform by scrapping the 5/20 rule which has long hindered the growth of individual airlines and of the sector The rule which requires domestic carriers to have a fleet of 20 aircraft and five years of operational experience in order to commence international services skewed the field against new entrants by emphasising time over passenger miles As per the new rules an airline would need a minimum of five aircraft and 200 crore domestic flying credits (DFCs) before flying an international route This would require the airline to provide connectivity to underserved areas But the carrier could benefit from the multiplier effect of DFCs earned from Category II and IIA routes and unused airports Scheduled airlines may also be able to purchase DFCs from small unscheduled carriers which fly remote routes benefiting both parties This formula applied to new airlines and new routes allotted to old airlines may enable an airline to begin international operations within a year But it still doesn’t go far enough since pilot experience and safety are the ideal determining criteria not years or miles The government however needs to embark on further reforms envisaged in the draft policy beginning with rationalising the price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF) and capping airport charges in line with global practices ATF in India is among the costliest thanks to the high base price and the 30 per cent sales tax levied by state governments Although 2014 wasn’t good for Indian aviation — from the US FAA’s safety downgrade of India’s ranking to the near-closure of SpiceJet — domestic passenger traffic registered a growth of 45 per cent in 2013-14 over the previous year As the number of aircraft also increases the sector has to look at shifting some maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) operations home That would save forex and create jobs but MRO cannot take off without the requisite facilities and training Meanwhile Abu Dhabi Dubai and Singapore have grown as aviation hubs at India’s expense With the economy growing again and oil prices at a historic low 2015 is a make or break year for India’s civil aviation The final policy to be notified later this month should reflect a commitment to take on the challenge For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 22 2017 6:45 am Mithali Raj is likely to lead Indian women’s team during the World Cup qualifiers (Source: PTI File) Top News Indian captain Mithali Raj said that the team’s aim would be to reach the semi-final of the ICC Women’s World Cup that is set start from June 24 in England Mithali said that the team’s dominant performance in the recently concluded quadrangular series in South Africa alongwith Zimbabwe and Ireland was good preparation but they won’t be resting on their past laurels “The Quadrangular Series was very good preparation in terms of gaining confidence and sorting out the composition of the team but we can’t really depend on past glory” she is quoted as saying by the official website of the International Cricket Counclil “Our first target will be to reach the semi-finals but for that you need to be able to play good cricket throughout the tournament and have good momentum” she said Raj struck her sixth successive half-century in the final of the quadrangular series as India beat South Africa by eight wickets The tournament also saw a record opening stand of 320 by Deepti Sharma and Punam Raut against Ireland the first partnership of more than 300 runs in women’s cricket “The conditions there (South Africa) are completely different to what we are facing here in England We can take a lot of confidence but we need to start fresh again in the World Cup The girls coming from Indian and South African tracks are adapting to English conditions – it will take a while but the girls are getting used to it” It will be the fourth time that Mithali plays in the World Cup and she said that it is a big stage that comes after four years of preparation “The World Cup is a big stage and that’s four years of preparation We’re looking forward to it it’s going to be my fourth World Cup so I’m looking forward to some good games” she said Indian batters were the ones who stole the show in the Quadrangular series Their astonishing performances has effectively made India one of the favourites to lift the trophy “For me the Quadrangular Series was fantastic – we played very convincingly and as a team we performed really well We’re looking to produce the same kind of performance over here” she said “It will be my sixth or seventh time I’ve played in England; I love to play here the culture of cricket is totally different” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News ambulance scheme,” “When Baz (Brendon McCullum) comes to me and asks me to do a certain role or plan then it’s just what I need to do for the team to try and get a result or a wicket. always puts forth his family’s needs before his own personal interests. 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