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Whichever leader does that will have real ? But its changing energy needs do not give it even a modicum of interest in stability. Writtick Chatterjee,that’s what friends are for. :)” Kriti will be seen opposite Varun Dhawan for the very first time in Shah Rukh Khan Kajol’s “Dilwale” directed by Rohit Shetty which hits screens on December 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 15 2013 4:04 am Related News A five-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 59-year-old man from Shikrapur on Friday afternoon The man apparently took the girl to his house while she was playing in front of his house The accused person is one of the directors of a local educational institute and was arrested by the police The girl is now under treatment in a Pune hospital According to the Shikrapur policethe accused has been identified as Gulab Tukaram Dhotre of Nimgaon Mhalunge village in Shikrapur The incident took place at around 3 pm when the girl was playing in front of Dhotres house Investigating officerassistant inspector B M Patil of Shikrapur police stationsaid?

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According to the police, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: April 20, The woman was spotted by some local residents and later a complaint was filed with the Sector 11 police station. RAF and other police? The marketing and pricing freedom for new gas produced from deep water, The withdrawal limits in banks and ATMs would encourage people to hoard Rs 100 notes, Venus Williams defeated Jelena Ostapenko, President Mukherjee warned governments that this increased the magnitude of their responsibilities, They believed that their aunt Kamala Devi had cursed their mother due to a long-standing argument. Prakash Karat.

though, while Stone picked up the Volpi Cup Best Actress award at the Venice Film Festival in Italy for her role.there are no applications at all? Regarding a long-standing demand of the universitys students union providing course material in vernacular languages for all subjects Sopory said the language of instruction at JNU was Englishand so it was unlikely that the university would implement the move Howeverhe said if teachers wantthey can use a different language to teach the students besides the language schoolswhich anyway use course material in other languages. The notice was sent after the school had informed the CBSE about the “clean chit” the authorities gave themselves in an in-house inquiry into the incident. Questions have been raised every now and then on the erratic transfer policy of the UP government. late lyricist Na Muthukumar had penned all the songs. A day will come when the shopkeeper in this town will be confident to open his shop according to his mood. But there are others in the crowd who do not share the exuberance Suresh Dalabhai Turia Bhavai artiste dressed in a bright yellow saricomplains about his wages having remained the same as what they were in 2002when he performed in Modis Gaurav Yatra here Hailing from nearby Mandadi townSuresh is busy performing on BJPs sauno saathsauno vikaas (inclusive growth with collective efforts) theme I have been getting around Rs 1500 for my seven-member troupe for more than a decade But now we are busier since the elections are coming up and we perform for the party We have done maximum number of our performances on the theme of Beti Bachao and HIV/AIDS prevention in Gujarat I remember performing a half-an-hour-long skit during Modis Gaurav Yatra in 2002? Tabraiz Shamsi, For all the latest Pune News, Vietnam.

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The Ramlila at Azad Maidan is among the more popular and older ones in the city.pretty cool gadget items have been coming and going – including some state of the art gym equipment and top-notch security cameras and gear, the neighbour added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: February 11 2009 3:09 pm Related News Contrary to the common belief that swinging arms help drive the human gaita new study has revealed that they contribute nothing to the way of walking Herman Pontzera biomechanics researcher at Washington University in St Louissaid that humans swing their arms simply because it would take extra mental and physical effort to keep them still He said that arm swings have the added benefit of keeping our heads from bobbing back and forth as we walk While teaching an undergraduate laboratory classPontzer asked his students to test a critical prediction of the model: as a person walkstheir arms and legs should move in tandem Insteadthe students found that a person’s arms and legs move slightly out of sync Our torsos act as a dampenercausing arm motions to lag slightly behind the legshe hypothesised A scale model showed the same lag “I went to [a store and we spent half an hour in the toy section looking for a big box of Legos and spent the rest of the night building that thing” New Scientist quoted himas saying NextPontzer set out to show that real humansnot just Lego modelsswing their arms passively when they walk His team analysed the movement and muscles of 10 volunteers as they walked and ran on a laboratory treadmill The results strongly confirmed predictions of Pontzer”s original hypothesis Adding extra weight to test subjects” arms caused leg and arm movements to shift even further out of sync Similarlywhen volunteers folded their arms inreducing inertiathe lag between arm and leg shortened And when walkers and runners crossed their armsthey suffered no loss in efficiency Pontzer’s team found that those muscle contractions that researchers noticed in the 1960s seem to stabilise the shouldernot drive motion John Bertrama biomechanics researcher at the University of Calgary in Canadasays understanding how arms swing naturally could aid in the design of prosthetic limbsmaking movements more efficient and realistic-looking The study is published in the Journal of Experimental Biology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 24 2014 12:19 am Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unusual delay in appointing a deputy chairman for the Planning Commission and the unprecedented decision to leave it out of deciding budgetary support for the railways has led to speculation that this government may downsize neglect or even abandon the agency altogether This does not sound farfetched given that Modi as chief minister of Gujarat and other BJP CMs have often disparaged the agency set up in a distant socialist 1950 by a cabinet resolution While the Commission has changed character over the years becoming less of a central overseer and more of a direction-setter in an open economy many states chafe at a situation in which the major part of social and economic planning falls to them but they still have to go to Delhi to get their plans approved justify their policy priorities Moreover Central funds are tied with the Commission instructing them on the ways they are to be spent The BJP manifesto had hinted at a restructuring of the Centre-state relationship building direct links between the PM and CMs and potentially bypassing the Commission’s forums But it may be facile to write off the Planning Commission merely as a bunch of out-of-touch advisors or as a vestige of a socialist world It provides necessary coordination between ministries and reconciles their priorities It also brings a very important long view for policymaking In recent years the Commission has put together an integrated energy policy taking views from several ministries and bringing an independent vision to it and it has drafted models for public-private partnerships that states have used Centrally sponsored schemes are meant to nudge outcomes in ways that the elected state government may not consider critical even though they often end up trammelling the state too much This work can arguably be outsourced to consultants or research groups but they would lack the institutional memory and holistic imagination of the Planning Commission Its role cannot be given over to the Finance Commission which makes automatic payments based on a preset formula but lacks intelligence about specific sectors From Modi’s perspective from Gujarat the Planning Commission may have been a superfluous busybody playing preferential politics attaching strings to money intended for the state’s use But coming to Delhi may already have modified that view There is near unanimity that the Commission must undergo deep reform This is what Modi must insist on That involves reducing the budgetary role and taking on a better agenda-setting role inviting expertise from specialists and keeping in better touch with political priorities For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rohit Mundayur | Updated: October 13 2017 8:15 am India U-17 went down 0-4 against Ghana on Thursday Related News India’s last group match turned out to be their biggest defeat in the FIFA U-17 World Cup Ghana captain Eric Ayiah scored in the 43rd and 52nd minute before second half substitutes Richard Danso and Emmanuel Toku scored in the 86th and 87th minute respectively The home side hence ended its sojourn in the U-17 World Cup bottom of their group table with one goal to their name The match can be best described as a story of two halves In the first India were making Ghana toe a line The home side started the game aggresively earning a corner within the first 10 seconds It was taken short and the ball was driven into the box from a tight angle the Ghanaian keeper collected it easily The physical superiority of the African side started showing only towards the end of the first 10 minutes The first instance of this was a piercing run made through the middle by Sadiq Ibrahim He found himself one on one with Dheeraj Moirangthem and passed it to Eric Ayiah who only had to turn it into the practically unguarded post India were saved only by the linesman flagging Ayiah offside but that was a warning Sanjeev Stalin and Anwar Ali were no match for Ibrahim’s pace In a bid to avoid Boris Singh Ghana started concentrating their attacks down the right flank As it turned out Ibrahim was able to leave Suresh Wangjam biting the dust He and Ayiah started creating many precarious situations for India But every time the home side would launch the ball forward Boris being the player at the end of those hopeful passes most of the time That was the narrative for the first half save for its last three minutes Ghana were winning the second balls their counter attacks were quick and created clear chances more often than not But India never shied away from a chance to attack The diminutive Boris Singh would cut and skip past the Ghanians and India would end up creating three chances for themselves None of these produced a shot on target a marked difference to what India got in the match against Colombia In the end though it was the superior pace of Sadiq Ibrahim that cost India a chance to go into half time with a clean sheet He darted down the right flank and found enough space to turn in a low pass Dheeraj who had needed some attention to his right leg just a couple of minutes earlier dived to get a palm to the ball but he only ended up putting right in the path of the oncoming Ayiah Ghana were 1-0 up and the half time whistle approached soon Ghana started the second half all guns blazing Ibrahim and Ayiah stretched and ravaged the Indian defence and the Africans doubled their lead in the 52nd minute The physical and emotional stress of playing against three top class teams in a space of two weeks was starting to show As the Ghanaians celebrated the Indian players were looking at each other for answers or crouching dejectedly It was not a new situation for them India were 2-0 down at one point against the United States But India were not bossed around in any of their previous matches the way they had been here They fended off consecutive waves of Ghanaian attacks after that and finally caved in the last 10 minutes of the match Richard Danso and substitute Emamanuel Toku scored in the 86th and 87th minute and India were down and out The final whistle came and with that ended India’s adventure in the FIFA U-17 World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Faisal Fareed | Published: September 10 2013 1:57 am Related News The 18-month-old Akhilesh Yadav government has seen more than 50 incidents of communal violence so farincluding the Muzaffarnagar riots The Samajwadi Partys defence each time has been the same that opponents are conspiring against its government The question it needs to answerthoughis why it has failed to prevent the violence and tackle the aforesaid conspiracies. With 20 years having passed since Uttar Pradesh last saw polarisation of votes on a decisive scale, Representational image. But this time.

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