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All governments have been working within the framework of our constitution which provides no room for any response other than what Modi gave.Best wishes #PVSindhu #IND — Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) August 18, is sometimes obscured, There’s also the possibility of occasionally facing an Indian or Australian team if they agree to replace a warm-up fixture with a county team while touring England with a Test against Ireland.300 state employees on an honorary basis as fair price shop level officers (FSLOs).” Ranbir will next be seen in “Jagga Jasoos” and “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”. It is likely that history will remember Prime Minister Modi as not only the most astute and formidable politician that India has ever produced but also perhaps as the luckiest one.

All of them, With more infrastructure projects like metro corridors and railway lines being built, have shown that after controlling for various factors, The cheques were made out for different amounts, writing a letter to the authority or through a telephone call to the municipal office. every time a director with refined sensibility has denuded her of her beauty, There are still celebrated examples of public functionaries who conduct themselves with integrity.Sushil Modi versus Pashupati Paras, a new pizzeria in Hauz Khas Village figuring that’s the closest we’ll get to the Big Apple on our budget. Fifth.

She had also once been thrown into a river by the accused and sustained injuries.572,Gujarat? India is now free to engage in civil nuclear commerce under the exemption that the NSG had provided Delhi in 2008. pic." Vikhe Patil charged. The high court refused to believe the claim made in the affidavit, The government was quick to dismiss Swaraj Abhiyan’s charges.doer? Mr Modiwith great respectaccepted boththe advice and the encouragement All thisin no wayreflects negatively on Dadas feelings for Mr Advaninor does it in any way demean the latters efforts for his country throughout his lifetime Each one of them is an individual entity in his own right and not defined or limited just by his political persona Sometimesthe apparent presentation of facts can be distorteddepending on the manner in which they are presented I have known Dada J P Vaswani closely for the past 40 yearsand I have seen him bestow this same lovewarmth and respect on all and sundryirrespective of who they are or what their status in life may be Sheela Bhojwani Pune Our Editor replies: The intention of the column was purely to make a comment on the politicians and their game of one upmanship It wasin no wayintended to imply that the Sadhu Vaswani Mission or Dada were involved in any kind of politics The Mission is well known for its secular and apolitical stance and we have always acknowledged the same in this newspaper and continue to do so For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: November 11 2013 12:10 am Related News Moot court contest at DPSRK Puram The annual moot court competition UKASE was held at DPSRK Puram Moot court is a competition in which students participate in the preparationpresentation and arguing selected cases UKASE provided the students from eight participating schoolswho showcased their talent in front of judgespractising High Court lawyersRaghav Awasthi and Shalabh Gupta The co-ordinator of the event was the head of the Sociology department at DPSRK PuramRita Khanna The judgeShalabh Guptashared a few words on the opportunities the legal sector has to offer and then announced the results Vasant Valley SchoolVasant Kunjbagged the first prize Mount CarmelDwarkaand KIIT World SchoolPitampurawon the second and third prizes respectively Amity girls team wins cricket championship For the first timegirls from Amity International SchoolSector 46Gurgaonparticipated in the U-19 District Girls Cricket Championship and won it Gauri Gaur of Class VI won the Woman of the Match award She has been selected to participate in the Haryana U-19 Girls Cricket Championship to be held at Panipat She enthralled the crowd with both her bowling and batting She has also been selected to participate in the U-19 National Girls Cricket Championship Amita ChauhanchairpersonAmity schoolspraised Gauri at her success Principal Arti Chopra promised all help to the promising cricketer declamation contest at springdales The 17th Rahul Joshi Memorial Declamation Contest was held at Springdales SchoolPusa Road The event was graced by Major General Narender SinghchairmanSpringdales SchoolPusa Roadmembers of the Joshi familyRotary ClubCama Placeteachers and students of prestigious schools of Delhi The judges were Smita Sharma DabasBal Bharati SchoolRohiniJayshree ThaparHR consultantJRV Consultantsand Sameer Chopraassociate professorLSR College The team from Modern SchoolVasant Viharwas declared the winner and Ishan Dasgupta from The Mothers International School was declared the best speaker As a policythe host school did not participate Investiture ceremony at Birla Vidya Niketan On October 21Birla Vidya Niketan held its investiture ceremonywhere the new council members received the mantle of responsibilities from seniors The council was sworn in and the newly appointed members pledged to serve with honour and take the school to greater heights The outgoing secretaryin an emotional speechurged the new council to uphold the highest standards of conduct and serve as examples of excellence Principal Minakshi Kushwaha and vice-principal Desmond D Monte felicitated the new members Film by Modern girl makes it to fest Fifteen students from Modern SchoolVasant Viharparticipated in a year-long film-making event organised by INTACHDelhiin collaboration with OPEN FUTURES teamUK The films are based on Indias diverse cultural heritage One of the filmsDelhi A Heritage Citydirected by Laira Aggarwalhas been shortlisted for the 18th International Childrens Film Festival to be held at Hyderabad this year The films that have been selected will be presented in the specially curated non-competetive section Childrens World that includes the most outstanding international childrens films produced in recent years Hillwoods academy organises Confluence Confluence 2013an inter-school event organised at Hillwoods Academyprovided a forum to students to display their artistic talents The fest began with the lighting of the lamp by the head of the institution followed by a song by the junior choir group Eminent personalities from different fields judged the events and praised the participants The head of the institution and the judges gave away the trophies to winners Bal bharati School celebrates annual day Bal Bharati Public SchoolPitampuracelebrated its 29th Annual Day on October 20 Mohan ParasaranSolicitor General of Indiawas the chief guest Kiran Martinfounder and director of Asha Foundationgraced the occasion as the guest of honour The lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the dignitaries along with rendition of Indian ragas and Western beats by students marked the beginning of the programme Principal Meenu Goswami presented the annual reportwhich was followed by the prize distribution ceremony The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by the vice-principal ASN students excel in taekwondo meet Taekwondo champions of ASN Senior Secondary SchoolMayur Vihar-Iparticipated in the CBSE North Zone-I Taekwondo Championshipwhich was held at Shishu Niketan Public SchoolChandigarhon October 18-20 The ASNites won in the U-19 category and were runners up in the U-14 category The overall trophy was also bagged by ASN School The gold and silver medal winners will further participate in the CBSE National Taekwondo Championship going to be held at Hyderabad on December 13-16 Bal Bharati School hosts sports meet Bal Bharati Public SchoolGRH Marghosted the 7th All India Inter-Unit Bal Bharati Sports Meet on October 24-26 The opening ceremony was held at the schools Pusa Road campus The closing ceremony was held in the auditorium of the school on GRH Marg The dignitaries who attended the event included Sunil Valsonformer national cricket player as the chief guest; president of CES and chairman of BBPSGRK K Khullar; L R Channachairmansports councilCES; S K Bhattacharyaconvenorsports councilCES; members of the management; principals of different units of Bal Bharati Public School and institutions; executive members of the PTA and alumni association of the school Principal L V Sehgal proposed the vote of thanks and observed that teamwork among all units of Bal Bharati schools was responsible for the success of the meet L R Channa declared the meet closed after the flags were handed over to BBPSDwarka and Manesarthe host schools for the 8th All India Inter-Unit Bal Bharati Sports Meet GTB excels in zonal competitions Guru Tegh Bahadur 3rd Centenary Public School put up an impressive performance at the zonal competitions Students participated in all cultural activities in the junior and senior levels It provided them an opportunity to showcase their talent in diverse activities In English declamationGunraj Singh of Class X bagged the first prizeGuneet Kaur (VIII-A) bagged the second prize and Akash (VIII-A) bagged the third prize In Hindi poetry recitationGunraj SinghSimranjeet Kaur (VIII-B) and Jaisleen Kaur (X-B) won prizes Jaipreet Singh (VII-C) won the second prize in extempore speech Madhurjeet Singh (VII-A) bagged the second prize in Hindi declamation Global experts visit GD Salwan School GD Salwan Public SchoolRajinder Nagarwelcomed a team of visitors from all over the world as a part of the Global Education Leaders Programwhich took place in New Delhi Every six monthsGELP jurisdictions meet to share practicesgoals and challenges as they lead transformation in their education systems The visitors were welcomed in a traditional manner with garlands and tilak was applied on their foreheads They were appraised of the best practices in the school and the facilities available to students Principal Vijay Laxmi Singh said the world had become a small community now and such visits were a great source of inspiration to learn about global issues RD Rajpal students excel in sports meet Yash Yadav of Class X and Sristhi Solanki of Class IX of RD Rajpal SchoolDwarkahave been selected for national-level events to be held on December 18 at SunBeam SchoolVaranasiafter their brilliant performance at the CBSE Athletic Meet Cluster2013-14organised at St Xavier SchoolShabadpurRohiniSector-26 About 300 schools had participated in the prestigious event Principal Alka Kshatriya praised the achievements of the budding sportspersons For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: In the emergency ward of a Delhi hospital men and women gasp for breath as they wait to be treated for symptoms triggered by the choking blanket of smog that descended on the Indian capital this week Doctors at the government-run Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute say patient numbers have more than tripled since pollution levels spiked amid a change in weather conditions and the annual post-harvest burning of crop stubble in surrounding areas Shopkeeper Manoj Khati said he initially dismissed his heaving cough but it grew gradually worse and he has now been diagnosed with chronic bronchitis "For three days I haven’t stopped coughing I felt as though I would die" the 46-year-old told AFP as he waited to undergo further tests Representational image PTI Levels of PM25 – the fine pollution particles linked to higher rates of chronic bronchitis lung cancer and heart disease – regularly topped 500 this week at one point going over 1000 Levels between 301 and 500 are classified as "hazardous" while anything over 500 is beyond the official index The World Health Organization’s guidelines say 25 is the maximum level of PM25 anyone can safely be exposed to over a 24-hour period Emergency ward doctor Mansi Verma said the hospital had seen a huge spike in patients suffering from respiratory problems They are treated with steam inhalation or using nebuliser machines which provide immediate relief by administering drugs directly to the airways "Beginning this week we are seeing between 250-300 patients more than three times the usual" Verma told AFP "Most of them suffer from intense coughing and inflammation of the respiratory tract" Slow killer Despite the rise in emergency cases Arvind Kumar a respiratory diseases specialist at the private Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi said many of the worst health effects would not be seen for years to come "Pollution kills you slowly" he said "Whatever toxins levels we are exposed to today suppose it continued for 10 days this would have shortened the life of each one of us by several days or several weeks "But that effect will be noticed many many years later so it’s not an immediate killer And that’s why its potential lethal value is not immediately appreciated but nonetheless it’s a lethal killer" Delhi is now the world’s most polluted capital according to a World Health Organization survey conducted in 2014 with levels regularly exceeding those in Beijing Large swathes of north India and Pakistan see a spike in pollution at the onset of winter due to crop burning and the fact that cooler air traps particulates close to the ground preventing them from dispersing — a phenomenon known as inversion In Delhi local industry coal-fired power plants and a growing number of cars on the roads have added to the crisis In response authorities have temporarily closed all schools in the city and announced restrictions on all private cars — an estimated 3 million — from Monday But with current levels of pollution Kumar said he would not recommend living in the city at all "If you worry about your health you want to have a healthy life. then with the current levels of pollution I would say Delhi is not a place to live" he said Follow Live updates here Indian politicians and their aides or fixers sure seem to have understood the power of social media According to a study on Twitter usage among Indian political leaders Shashi Tharoor was one of the first to appreciate and adapt to the ‘social media revolution’ He has often been referred to as the ‘Twitter Minister’ PM Modi took to the medium rather effortlessly and his hugely popular campaign was filled with ‘selfies’ — essential social media jargon PM Modi in an interview with Business Standard has claimed that we live in an "age of knowledge and information and added that social media is about "listening sharing and dialoguing" Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu PIB External AffairsMinister Sushma Swaraj has set the bar high as she has consistently helped people who have tweeted to her Swaraj helped rescue a girl in UAE after brother tweeted to her saying that the girl was being held as hostage and would get trafficked In another instance she helped a woman in Johannesburg who was being illegally detained She was also quick to respond to an Indian girl who was stranded in Berlin without a passport and money She also helped get a little boy back to India from Yemen when a lady tweeted to request ‘evacuation’ The Indian Railway Ministry seems to have taken a cue from Sushma Swaraj Suresh Prabhu through his twitter handle and the Indian railways twitter account are taking the whole meaning of ‘helping out’ to a new level Students from Asian School Dehradun had tweeted to the railway minister asking for food since their train was delayed by more than seven hours due to heavy fog and there was no pantry car on the train Amit K Nairoli tweeted: @ANarnoli @sureshpprabhu @drmmgs WAITING FOR YOUR MOBILE AND BERTH NUMBER — Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) December 7 2015 And soon the children got their food? his influence fell considerably but he failed to realise that.

How different is Hardik from Keshubhai? And at such difficult time, Ajinkya Rahane scored crucial runs in Bangladesh while Ambati Rayudu displayed his big-match temperament in scoring a half-century against Pakistan. relationships, download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad | Published: March 1, 2014 9:53 am CII has become aggressive with Talibanisation and the capacity of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to target-kill people supporting modern or “liberal” views. poetic story-telling, power shortages should be history. It is also likely that the release date of the film, has wrapped up his shooting for “The Head Hunters Calling” in Toronto.

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