police received a call about the incident.was on deputation to 32 Rashtriya Rifles, more than three decades, “To do what they did was phenomenal. Google Search Trends reveal the top searched acceptance speeches by actors and actresses through the years. does not expect the juniors to make an immediate successful transition to the senior team.these projects were required to be executed by AMC instead of AUDA? Another gross irregularity on the part of the AMC is that it transferred to AUDA a housing project in 2006for which it had got Rs 89 crore to build 8000 units in Ahmedabad along with funds AUDA spent Rs 105 crore to build 7400 units in six yearsleaving 600 under construction CAG revealed that the units were meant for slum-dwellers but AUDA sold and gave possession of 608 units to people displaced by Sabarmati River Front Development Companya commercial entity These houses were sold against payment and retained the amount realised irregularly instead of refunding the sum to respective government agency There has been serious lapses in preparation of detailed project reports (DPR)in the absence of proper survey and assessment of material requirement by Surat Municipal Corporations water supply project for SarthanaKatargam and Rander areas In Jamnagarthe municipal corporation failed to build a community hall in a colony of 864 housesdespite DPR providing for a an expenditure of Rs 4132 lakhthe report points out CAG has also rejected explanations offered by local bodies for not following CVC guidelinesparticularly by Ahmedabad and Jamnagar municipal corporationswhile awarding tender to the second lowest bidder by negotiating with them after the actual tendering process CAG made it clear that the ULBs taking recourse to such action were not permitted AMC has also been castigated for incurring avoidable expenditure due to injudicious rejection of tenders in the case of price bid for sewerage treatment plant at old Pirana site In this casethe lowest tender was rejected for being on the higher sidebut subsequently during re-tenderingthe second lowest bidder was accepted AMC said the higher tender in the second instance was due to price rise in the meantime (90 days) For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: August 2 2012 8:40 am Related News Anand district collectorate authorities on Wednesday declared August 18 as the date for the election of chairman of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (GCMMF) The declaration has come following a direction by the Gujarat High Court recently to complete the election by four weeks Anand Collector Avantika Singh Aulakh said the election will be held on August 18 and necessary communication has been made to the Managing Director of GCMMF According to the schedule finalised on Wednesdayfilling of nomination papersvotingcounting and declaration of result would be done on the same day The term of the present Chairman of GCMMFParthi Bhatolhas ended in June and since then the elections were due Sosome members had approached the HC demanding direction to Anand collector to hold election of the GCMMF chairman at the earliest The court had allowed the petition and directed the collector to hold election in four weeks The chairman of GCMMF is being elected by all the District Milk Producers Union of Gujarat and is also considered a powerful position in the state politics GCMMF also markets the famous Amul brand Bhatol has held the post for the past two terms For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 30 2016 2:20 am BJ Govt Medical College and Sassoon General Hospital has been operating the Human Milk Bank since November 2013 Google Maps Top News A mobile human milk collection unit the first in the country will be inaugurated at B J Govt Medical College and Sassoon General Hospital on August 1 which is also the first day of World Breastfeeding Week The unique step has been taken in collaboration with Rotary Club of Poona BJ Govt Medical College and Sassoon General Hospital has been operating the Human Milk Bank since November 2013The key focus of care at Sassoon General Hospital is strengthening the existing facility-based system for care of the vulnerable and sick newborns with the aid of a successful functioning Human Milk Bank This is the most effective approach and is central to achieving the goals of Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) 2014 The Rotary Club has donated equipment required for the Mobile Human Milk Collection Unit including a van with a refrigerator an air conditioner and an inverter Human milk for preterm sick babies is the most effective supportive care for reducing neonatal mortality and morbidity in sick neonates Dean of BJMC Dr Ajay Chandanwale said that Sassoon General hospital had approximately 25 to 30 deliveries per day (9000/year)The mothers admitted to the postnatal ward voluntarily donated milk after counseling by Sassoon’s resident doctors and staff nurses to the Human Milk Bank he added The van will now go to the residences of these mothers and collect the excess human milk which will be delivered at the Human Milk Bank and after pasteurisation it will be successfully utilised to take care of the other newborns who are in need of the same For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Updated: September 14 2015 3:41 am Left behind: photographs of the Rout family Related News After outrage broke out over the death of seven-year-old Avinash Rout sources said the Delhi government is likely to announce a magisterial inquiry into his death Avinash died of dengue earlier this week after his parents spent hours trying to get him admitted to many hospitals in the city They finally admitted him to Batra hospital in Tughlakabad where he died on September 8 Hours after they cremated him Avinash’s parents jumped to death from the terrace of a four-storey building in South Delhi Sources said the Delhi government might examine CCTV footage from the five private hospitals where according to relatives and friends Avinash was refused admission on September 7 Share This Article Related Article A senior official said “On Saturday the government took Avinash’s treatment record from Batra hospital The 50-page record also includes a case history from his treating doctor It stated that the family had been referred from five private hospitals and mentioned their names This is based on what the parents told doctors while admitting their son” He added that showcause notices were issued to the hospitals only after perusing the record The five hospitals — Moolchand Max Saket Akash hospital Irene hospital and Saket City hospital — were issued showcase notices on Saturday by the director of health services Sunil Bhatnagar and asked to explain why their registration should not be cancelled The notice also asked the hospitals why Avinash had been turned away despite the Delhi government’s order on August 28 to not deny admission to any dengue patient on account of lack of beds Sources said after analysing Avinash’s treatment records top Delhi government officials were likely to submit the matter for a magisterial probe When The Indian Express contacted the hospitals only Moolchand Irene and Akash hospitals acknowledged that they had received Avinash They said he was referred after being stabilised on account of shortage of beds Both Max and Saket City hospitals said Avinash had not been treated in their emergency wards “The CCTV footage will be the only way to corroborate these claims Since the parents are dead we will have to contact friends and relatives This might be possible only under a magisterial probe” explained the official Sources said the hospitals are yet to respond to the notices Meanwhile on Sunday Health minister Satyendar Jain inspected dengue treatment facilities in atleast three Delhi government hospitals For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNavi Mumbai:Mali coach Jonas Komla on Mondaysaid the African U-17 champions decided to treat each game as the final to keep the players on their toes after losing their FIFA U-17 World Cup Group B opener against Paraguay Mali on Monday bounced back with a 3-0 victory over Turkey in their second Group B game at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai "At this level no game is easy all are tough ones After the loss (to Paraguay) we decided to treat each game as the final" said Komla after his team emerged convincing winners over Turkey Jonas Komla head Coach of Mali arrives ahead of the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 Group B match between Turkey and Mali Getty Mali who finished runners-up to fellow-Africans Nigeria in the 2015 edition of the championship scored once in the first half after missing a spate of chances and then pumped in two more in the second half of the game The African team kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the next round with this victory and with three points in their kitty Refusing to elaborate on how the team had prepared for the do-or-die game Komla said that his boys worked on both offensive and defensive departments "We had worked on both offense and defense as well as our mental aspect as it was important for our players to take on any opposition with confidence" said Komla "Our plans did succeed to some extent but we are not the finished product as yet We have some more work to do" The team will miss Abdoyulaye Diaby in their third and final group game against New Zealand on October 12 after his second booking on Monday but Komla said the team does not depend on any individual player "Ours is a team effort and the collective strength of the team is going to be intact There are others to step into the breach" he said Meanwhile Turkey coach Mehmet Hacioglu felt the physical difference between the two sides mattered and led to his side losing by a big margin "Before the tournament my biggest worry was the physical differences The fact is very clear we have not enough physical and fitness capabilities and it affected the result Our biggest strength is technique but due to lack of physical capabilities we also lose our technical strengths" he said Hacioglu also conceded that with Monday’s loss and the drawn tie against New Zealand earlier their chances of qualifying for the Round of 16 looked bleak "We have the possibility to qualify for the next round by being one of the best third ranked teams But when we look at these physical strengths during the play I can say that our task will be very difficult" he said Mumbai: AIFF’s technical committee on Wednesday entrusted the country’s apex football body general secretary Kushal Das with the task of communicating with the national team coach Stephen Constantine regarding his future in India The committee comprising chairman Bhaichung Bhutia Western Indian Football Association’s (WIFA) CEO Henry Menezes Kerala Football Association secretary Anil Kumar and AIFF academy instructor Scott O’Donnell met here to deliberate on the future of Englishman Constantine who was appointed to the post in January 2015 File Photo of Stephen Constantine GettyImages Sources close to the All India Football Federation claimed that no replacement candidates were discussed for Constantine whose second term as Indian coach ends in February A section of the AIFF however is keen on replacing him at the earliest and give his successor enough time to get acclimatised ahead of India’s qualifying round play-off matches for the 2019 Asia Cup in February In his second stint as coach Constantine failed to inspire his team in the World Cup/Asian Cup qualifiers with the side finishing last in Group D which also had Asian heavyweights Iran and Oman and lowly ranked Guam to whom they lost He guided India to the SAFF Championship glory — the team beat Afghanistan 1-0 in the final — in January 2016 The AIFF though was far from impressed with the team’s overall results under Constantine The coach’s performance was discussed in the meeting The final decision on the appointment will be taken by AIFF president Praful Patel Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 4 2013 12:56 am Related News Daily commute between Rohtak and Delhiand the small towns on the routebecame easier on Sunday after the Northern Railway rolled out its Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) train The first MEMU train was flagged off from Rohtak station by Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Sundayputting in motion a rapid transit system that promises to cut commute time for NCR passengers An MEMU train has a higher passenger capacity and is considered faster than conventional loco-hauled passenger trains due to faster acceleration and braking characteristics Officials said MEMU trains help increase the line capacity utilisationandthereforeare more suitable for high traffic density routes The Delhi-Rohtak MEMU line took five years for completion and cost Rs 7066 crore The train (64912) will depart from Rohtak daily at 7 am and reach Old Delhi station at 915 am In its return journeythe MEMU (64911) will leave Old Delhi station at 350 pm daily and arrive in Rohtak at 620 pm On the waythe train will stop at Asthal BoharKharawarIsmaila Haryana HaltSamplaRohand Nagar HaltAsaudahBahadurgarhGhevraMundka HaltNangloiMangolpuri HaltShakur BastiDaya BasiVivekanand Puri Halt and Delhi Kishanganj The MEMU trains were introduced by the Indian Railways in 1994 and have since become the backbone of suburban transport in metropolitan cities such as Mumbai The work of electrification on 60-km Shakur Basti-Rohtak double line section on Delhi Division of Northern Railway was sanctioned in September 2007 and the work was started with award of contract in April 2008 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | Mumbai | Published: July 2 2013 5:47 am Related News Few months before he passed awayexperimental filmmaker Mani Kaul had handed over his mobile phone to his acolyte Gurvinder Singh asking him to transfer and save the video recordings from the device Singh never managed to watch the videosuntil recentlywhen he chanced upon them only to discover a very different side to his mentor There are videos of him inside an airplanein a carand his children with his Dutch wife in Holland? ?my friend Yasin? at Shivajinagar on Wednesday.
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Moreover, Arwal, Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) chief and former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi filed his nomination for Makhdumpur (reserved SC seat) on Monday. Deepti Sharma,and they have a different meaning for the same word. Representational image. was in-charge of Tamil Nadu for the party and posted in Chennai (then Madras) after his run-in with the then BJP president Murli Manohar Joshi. the land will be elevated to the required height and then it will be covered by ballast, the MMRC has allocated more than Rs 54 crore for just excavation and disposal, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: July 25.
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