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Click here for the English version For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2009 1:15 pm Related News Having “chewed” their radio-collarsthe three tigers in Sariska will soon get new high-tech and light weight gadgets around their necks to enable officials to track their movement “This time we will use radio-collars having in-built antenna for animals unlike the earlier ones which had external antenna We found that the predators had chewed each other’s antenna during playing” K Shankaran expert from Wildlife Institute of India (WII)said The collars weighing around one kg have been given free of cost by Canada-based firmLotekin view of the failure of its previous gadgets As per normsthe weight of the collar is much less than 5 percent of the body weight of the animal which is usually around 150 kgs Shankar said the collars were an important part of the animal recovery species plan and would keep a track on the movement of the royal predators two female and a male big cat shifted phase wise since July last year from Ranthambore tiger reserves Two more tigers are planned to be relocated to Sariska reserve before 2010 Wildlife official explained that the collar contains transmitter that sends information in short pulseswhich is picked up by a satellitewhich in turn transmits the data to dedicated centresin this case Argos centres for processing This earmarked satellite is being operated by Argos Systemsupported by NASAThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (USA)and the French Space Agency – CNES This will help the wildlife authorities keep track of the movement of the animals and their behaviour Relocating predators to a new habitat first of its kind experiment in India is aimed at reviving the tiger population at Sariskawhich had lost all its big cats to poaching by 2004 “We are waiting for a nod from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) to radio-collar the animals in Sariska It may happen soon as the weather is quiet conducive for the job” Shankar said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Updated: October 27 2016 7:47 pm Ajay Devgn was in New Delhi to promote his upcoming film Shivaay The film will release on October 28 (Photo credit: APH Images) Top News Many from the film fraternity have taken a stand against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray’s diktat that makers who had cast Pakistani actors in their films have to donate Rs 5 crore to army welfare fund Ajay Devgn joined the chorus on Tuesday when he said in Delhi that a decision such as this should be taken by filmmakers on their own accord WATCH VIDEO Speaking at an event to promote Shivaay Ajay said “I think this shouldn’t happen Everything that you want to do should come from within Nobody should pressure us or anyone to do something You can just guide but can’t force It is just like how we treat our children in today’s life We do not tell them what to do we can’t do that Similarly this donation of Rs 5 crore for army welfare should be done out of choice but not because of the pressure building up” Ajay said in a press conference Also read |Ajay Devgn on Shivaay: Kiss lovemaking scenes were not chopped bycensor Later in an exclusive interview with indianexpresscom Ajay said he is not against working with Pakistani actors or in the favour of a ban on them However at this moment he feels responsible for standing up for the country “Industry is not divided into two different parts Nobody is standing for the ban on Pakistani actors I said this earlier too we all want to work together but it is the demand of the present situation I think like they (Pakistani actors) have stood for their country we should do too However I hope all this comes to an end soon” Also read |Confirmed: Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Shivaay NOT to release inPakistan WATCH VIDEO:Here’s What Farhan Akhtar Said On Karan Johar-MNS ‘Deal’ Over Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’s Release According to reports MNS who led protests against the release of the film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has also asked Bollywood producers ‘to give in writing’ that they would not take actors from Pakistan in their films In fact Karan Johar was also asked to display a tribute to Uri martyrs as the first slide of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Similarly there were reports that even Ajay Devgn will pay tribute to Uri martyrs in Shivaay Speaking about this Ajay said “This wasn’t my statement that I will showcase a slide in the honour of the Uri attack soldiers It was a decision taken by Indian film association that they want to do this I had no idea about this but when they asked me about it I instantly agreed I am just going by whatever the film association has said I support them” Watch Video |Ajay Devgn On The Making Of Shivaayin an Exclusive Interview On being asked if the industry should stay away from politics Ajay said Bollywood has maintained its distance but politics somehow comes in their way He added “We put our heart and souls into a film for almost one or two years We do not want to create controversy If we had to do it why will we work for better films We love when our work is appreciated but when any controversy happens the attention automatically shifts from the film and it really hurts” Also read |Shivaay: When Abigail Eames made Ajay Devgncry Shivaay Ajay said is an emotional drama He explained that the film is called Shivaay because that is his character’s name and has nothing to do with Lord Shiva The film which also marks the debut of veteran actor Saira Banu’s grand niece Saiyeshaa Saigal is to release on October 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Nihal Koshie | New Delhi | Updated: August 2 2016 8:09 pm Narsingh Yadav had also alleged that his water could have been spiked on June 23 and 24 when he was training (Source: Express Photo by Praveen Khanna) Related News The deposition of two cooks who work at the kitchen of the Sports Authority of India’s (SAI) regional centre in Sonepat a letter from the Wrestling Federation of India confirming that the cadet wrestler accused of attempting to contaminate food was part of the national camp and was present at the venue where Narsingh Yadav trains the letter from a SAI official stating there was a threat to the wrestler’s life if he remained at Sonepat and an emotional plea from the wrestler himself helped convincing the hearing panel that the positive doping test was a result of a sabotage by a rival Over Wednesday and Thursday the hearing panel first heard Narsingh’s side of the story and subsequently asked the NADA’s legal team to present their case At the conclusion of the hearing on Thursday the NADA lawyer Gaurang Kanth had said “We opposed his contention that he was not negligent and had not committed mistake in not taking due care as an athlete We said as an international athlete he should have taken due care about his food and drinks From what he had produced before the panel there was nothing to prove due care on his part” However it is learnt that the two witnesses read cooks deposed before the NADA panel on Friday though the hearing was officially completed on Thursday The cooks were brought from Sonepat to Delhi and presented their version of event in front the panel members WATCH: Narsingh gets clean chit What next Narsingh’s team also highlighted the fact that a certain official in the Wrestling Federation of India was also trying to put a spoke in the wheel of Narsingh’s Rio Olympic dreams The false affidavit of Wrestling Federation of India vice president Raj Singh that before the Atlanta Olympics he as the head coach had conducted trials in the 48 kilogram class in Greco Roman and the subsequent perjury proceeding against the official was also highlighted by Narsingh’s legal team The false affidavit was part of the plea moved by Sushil Kumar for trails to be held for the 74 kilogram category after the Wrestling Federation of India had decided against it and chose Narsingh to represent India at the Games Perjury proceedings By highlighting the perjury proceedings Narsingh’s legal team wanted to drive home the fact that there were also top officials in the WFI who were trying to scuttle Narsingh’s hopes of going to the Rio Games The testimony of the cooks who claimed they had seen the cadet wrestler attempting to contaminate food being prepared at the canteen of the SAI centre added strength to the theory of contamination put forward by the wrestler Narsingh had also alleged that his water could have been spiked on June 23 and 24 when he was training The fact that the alleged contamination took place at the SAI Centre which was a secure location was also put forward to build the case that Narsingh was not negligent It is learnt that when the NADA panel asked him why he did not ensure that there was no possibility of his water being spiked while he was training Narsingh said that if he was expected to guard his water in a ‘secure environment’ then how was he expected to train for the Olympics Narsingh’s lawyer Vidushpat Singhania said “The NADA panel accepted the argument that Narsingh’s amino drink was spiked during his practice sessions on June 23 and 24 at the SAI Sonepat The panel accepted that it was not possible for an athlete to keep a watch on his drinks while he is practicing” Another factor that the legal team drew the panel’s attention to was the fact that the test results of samples collected on July 5 compared to the earlier samples of June 25 – both tests were positive – showed that the concentration of the anabolic steroid was reducing “We highlighted the reduced concentration of steroid to show that the substance was ingested just once which meant that Narsingh was not a cheat or a habitual offender and the positive test results were a result of sabotage”Singhania added Narsingh faced a four-year ban for a first time doping offence but article 104 of the World Anti-Doping Agency Code provides for ‘elimination of ineligibility where an athlete can prove that despite all due care he or she was sabotaged by a competitor’ For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Kevin De Bruyne believes Fernandinho’s return from suspension will provide the foundation for Manchester City to get their spluttering Premier League campaign back on track at West Ham on Wednesday Pep Guardiola’s side have dropped out of the top four and trail leaders Chelsea by 12 points after winning just one of their last four league games Kevin de Bruyne expects Manchester City to overcome their spluttering form AFP Guardiola wrote off City’s titles hopes during that unexpected slump but a comfortable 3-0 victory at Crystal Palace in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday was a much-needed tonic and De Bruyne anticipates the return of Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho will be even more significant Fernandinho has served a four-match ban after receiving his third red card in six games in a win against Burnley on 2 January During Fernandinho’s absence City looked alarmingly vulnerable and were thrashed 4-0 at Everton in Guardiola’s heaviest league defeat as a manager But the 31-year-old is expected to return to the starting line-up at the London Stadium with De Bruyne predicting an upturn in City’s fortunes "Obviously we’ve missed him De Bruyne said "He’s been an important player throughout his time at City "He plays a pivotal role for us in midfield and helps keep everything organised plus he’s also very good on the ball "Now he’s served his ban and is available for us again so it’s a big boost for the team because he’s missed seven games this season through suspension "If you get a red card in England you’re banned for three or sometimes four games which is unbelievable but there’s not much you can do about it I think one game is enough but those are the rules I suppose "I think Ferna’s one of the best holding midfielders I’ve ever played with We are very lucky to have him" Winning streak Fifth-placed City are two points adrift of the top four and find themselves in a battle just to secure a Champions League spot after being widely tipped as likely champions following a blistering start to the season However De Bruyne is confident City can put together a long winning streak as they face Swansea Bournemouth Sunderland and Stoke after the Hammers clash "Hopefully we can beat West Ham on Wednesday and then put a bit of a run together in the coming weeks" he said "I think we’re playing much better than we did last season We played so well against Tottenham but only got a point "That’s how it’sbeen going for us this year so it’s a little bit frustrating The important thing is we are creating chances so the goals will come" City return to east London less than a month after thrashing West Ham 5-0 in the FA Cup third round That chastening experience should ensure West Ham are fully motivated to make amends in their first match since the sale of star midfielder Dimitri Payet Payet was granted his wish to return to his former club Marseille after several weeks of rancour over his attempt to engineer the transfer Hammers fans were furious with Payet but Slaven Bilic’s side coped admirably defeating Palace and Middlesbrough without the France international to climb into mid-table "We now look forward to building on our recent good run of form with five league wins in the last seven matches as we focus on continuing our rise up the Premier League table" West Ham co-owner David Sullivan said Bilic plans to replace Payet with Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass who is in line to make his debut after training with his new team-mates for the first time on Monday following his transfer from Hull Jose Fonte the Portugal central defender signed from Southampton could also make his debut Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 31 2012 1:06 am Related News Home Minister RR Patil told the Assembly on Friday that terrorists had conducted a trial run at the Shrimant Dagadusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple in Pune three days prior to the German Bakery blast In a written replyhe told the Legislative Council that police investigations had revealed a trial run at the templelocated in a crowded locality and visited by hundreds a day As many as 17 persons were killed and over 50 injured in the bakery blast on February 132010 One of the accused named by ATS in the case is in the custody of Bangalore police nowfor whose custody an application has been made in a Delhi court Police are hunting for the second accused Mohammad Qateel Siddiqui (27)an alleged top Indian Mujahideen operativewas arrested by Delhi police late last year who revealed during that the terror outfit had planned to blow up the temple also Reports had said that the bomb planned at the temple was far more powerful than the one that exploded at German Bakery Howevera flower vendor had reportedly objected to Siddiqui placing the bag containing the explosive near his shopwhich allegedly foiled the plan For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: June 21 2012 3:19 am Related News Even 10 days after the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation elections were heldhuge hoardings and billboards put up by candidates seeking votes continue to dot the city Neither the civic body nor the candidates have bothered to remove them While officiallyit is the duty of the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation to remove illegal hoardings each weekthe LMC did not do it either during or after the elections Residents are annoyed I hired a rickshaw-walla and paid him Rs 200 to remove all the posters the Congress and Akali leaders had put up on my boundary wall Ethicallyit should be the duty of the candidates to ensure that their 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According to media reports, a school bus carrying the 15 school girls was hit by a car bomb as it passed a checkpoint in the Yemeni province of Al Bayda, south of the country’s capital of Sana’a. The deaths come on a day already marked the mass killing of children in a school in Peshawar, Pakistan where 132 children were murdered by Taliban militants earlier this morning. “There can be no justification for such unspeakable savagery against children as they go about the simple act of going to school, or against teachers as they work to educate them,” UNICEF declared in a statement. “Each life taken in Peshawar and Al Bayda is a future lost forever.”The UN agency pointed out that in 2014 schools had repeatedly become the targets of violence with students, teachers, and school staff caught in the crosshairs and “paying a terrible price.” In addition, the statement said, children had been affected as never before in recent memory by violence and extreme hatred, with some 230 million children living in countries affected by conflict. Just last week, UNICEF Executive Director, Anthony Lake, lamented that 2014 had been “a devastating year” for the world’s children and that protracted crises in countries like Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan, Pakistan, and Yemen, continued to claim “even more young lives and futures” without any indication of stopping. “These tragedies underscore why 2015 must be the year when protecting our children against violence of every kind, whether in conflict or in peace, whether in school or at home, and in every circumstance, becomes a global priority,” the statement concluded.