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It’s quite possible as this is not some regular commercial film that you watch once and forget. The success of “Baahubali”, However, This is just incredible!!who was then a faculty member of Chandigarh College of Architecture. The administration will prepare a dossier highlighting the city?Airoli ?the Ministry of Finance should have been consulted in the matter before you finalised the decision. Subbarao went on to instruct DoT to kindly review the matter and revert to us as early as possible with responses to the above issues Meanwhileall further action to implement the above licenses may please be stayed? things are being shouted from rooftops. "I will have to play my best tennis.

collectors and the commissioners of all coastal zones and districts to submit status reports along with cases registered and sand seized before the next hearing on March 11. They continued to live there because the ? Those who were trying to measure his chest must be looking for a new and much bigger tape." Her coach Bishweswar Nandi, The writer is chairman of the DLF Group For all the latest Opinion News,Malinda Pushpakumara and Lakshan Sandakan scripted a comeback for the hosts as the two bowlers bagged a total of five wickets out of six.Pushpakumara’s victims involved the likes of Dhawan Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane while Sandakan scalped skipper Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara Here’s what experts and pundits have to say about first day’s play Fantastic consistency from @klrahul11 7th successive test 50 he would really want to make this into a big big hundred#INDvSL — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) 12 August 2017 Congrats @SDhawan25 on your 119 in the ongoing 3rd test #INDvSL Great batting — Rajeev Shukla (@ShuklaRajiv) 12 August 2017 Interesting to see how little India’s batsmen use the sweep shot Sri Lanka would have played 30 by now I reckon — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 12 August 2017 Seven consecutive fifties tell us that Rahul is exceptionally consistent But it also tells us that he’s missing out on a lot of big scores — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 12 August 2017 Grab it like Gabbar…making the most of the opportunity coming his way Dhawan Dominance #SLvIND — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 12 August 2017 India’s innings today: Dhawan-Rahul pship: 188 (393) RR 475 Rest of the pships: 141/6 (503) RR 279#SLvIND — Bharath Seervi (@SeerviBharath) 12 August 2017 Virat Kohli has once again just reached a Test average of 5000#SLvInd — Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) 12 August 2017 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Updated: March 10 2017 10:17 pm Kumkum Bhagya 10th March 2017 full episode written update: Abhi forces Pragya to drink the juice from the same glass together Top News Abhi gives his favourite juice drink to Pragya and asks if she like the taste But someone collides with Pragya and the glass get dropped on the floor Abhi forces Pragya to drink the juice from the same glass together They put two straws and enjoy each other’s company Mitali is scared thinking whether she should help Tanu kill Pragya or not She gets greedy and decides to do the job There Abhi is thinking to share his feelings with Pragya Now that Pragya has given so many hints he should not take more time to propose her Pragya comes near Abhi and asks what he wants to say to her Abhi is about to express his feelings but someone calls Abhi for work Pragya tells Abhi that she can wait and sends Abhi Mitali sends Pragya to the kitchen saying that she is needed there Pragya goes to the kitchen and finds that nobody is there to serve starters She starts arranging things There Tanu comes with the diesel containers and pours down the diesel on the kitchen floor through the door Before Tanu can lock the door Daasi comes and takes Pragya with her Tanu hides behind the door More from the world of Entertainment: Tanu asks Mitali to send Pragya again Mitali says she will not call Pragya again she is not a Tanu’s servant her job is to call Pragya only once She also threatens Tanu Mitali orders Tanu to hand over all her diamond jewellery to her after the party otherwise she will tell Abhi about Tanu’s conspiracy Tanu is irritated she thinks she has lost the chance to burn Pragya But Pragya again goes to the kitchen to order more food Tanu gets happy and follows her to the kitchen Abhi is talking to organisers regarding the release date and other details of the album Abhi asks them to fix an appointment with Pragya to have a formal discussion about it They ask him to call Pragya Abhi is searching for Pragya Aalia asks him to look for Tanu and not Pragya Abhi says that he wants Pragya for some work Also read:Kumkum Bhagya 8th March 2017 full episode written update: Tanu gets furious when Abhi dedicates his new album toPragya There Tanu has locked the kitchen door from outside Pragya thinks that Abhi is trying to tease her and he has locked her inside She takes Abhi’s name and says open the door Tanu hears her and gets more angry She says that every time Pragya just takes Abhi’s name She lights up the matchstick to burn Pragya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: February 6 2017 4:31 am Manju Yadav receives medal from Gujarat Municipal Finance Board chairman Dhansukh Bhanderi in Rajkot on Sunday Express Top News MANJU YADAV a 23-year-old woman from Bhopal outpaced two international women athletes and pre-race favourites to clinch the title in half-marathon at the Rajkot Marathon 2017 even as other Indian racers also made their way on the leader-boards dominated by Kenyans and Ethiopians in Rajkot on Sunday Powered by a solid start Yadav steamed home in 1 hour 19 minutes 50 seconds as crowd cheered her on near the finish line at the Athletics Ground in Race Course of Rajkot Hargewoin Mengistu Tirunehe the pre-race favourite from Ethiopia with a career best timing of 1:33 hours and Brigid Jereno Kimitwai of Kenya the first runner-up here last year kept their pace with Yadav for most part of the race However they faded away in the last stretch of the race as Yadav found the extra drive to keep going “After finishing second at Delhi Marathon last year I had grown in confidence This is my first race of the season and I was fresh The timing could have been better if not for hurdles on the route” Yadav who trains at TT Nagar Stadium in Bhopal said On her way to winning the title of women’s half marathon in Rajkot Yadav also set a new race record Her timing of 1:19:56 is 93 seconds off the mark of 1:20:43 set by Estegenet Mola Zegeye of Ethiopia at the inaugural Rajkot Marathon in 2016 For Brigid it was a heartbreak for the second consecutive year in Rajkot as she finished second this time round also despite improving her performance over last year The Kenyan crossed the the line in 1:21:17 more than a minute off her 2016 time of 1:22:34 But that was around two minutes slower than Yadav’s Hargewoin had to be satisfied with the fifth position with a timing of 1:29:08 around 10 minutes adrift the winner Poonam Singh and Sita Sarel came third and fourth runners-up with the timings of 1:23:48 and 1:26:56 respectively In men’s category Hosea Anesomuk Nailel of Kenya bagged the top honours by coming home in 1:06:55 pipping Ethiopian rival Habtamu Tsema Chukala and compatriot Vincent Kiprotich Koech Hosea said the victor was sweet after finishing fourth at Pune International Marathon last Sunday where he had run full marathon but had preferred to run half-marathon here But his timing was around three minutes more than 1:04:02 mark set by Simion Kiplagat of Kenya here last year While Habtamu was fourth to crossed the line Vincent was distant seventh Vishnu Lal Dangi and Mohan Damor of India finished second and third as they finished the race in 1:07:01 and 1:07:33 respectively But sanity prevailed in full marathon which the city was hosting for the first time as Kenyans and Ethiopians bagged top honours Gladys Jepkechei Tarus of Kenya won the women’s title as she rallied home in 1:44:07 and was followed by Brtukan Adeba Berihun of Ethiopia who finished the race in 1:45:24 In the men’s full marathon Kenya’s Philip Yiego Kipkurgat faced tough competition from fellow Kenyan Edwin Cheruiyot Rutto Initially Rutto was leading but 37-year-old Kipkurgat overtook him after 25 km The younger Rutto kept pace with the leader but Kipkurgat edged him at the finish line and came home in 2:19:54 Rutto crossed the line three seconds later Mathew Kipkorir Lel of Kenya came third Yihune Tilahun Enyew of Ethiopia was forth in the race For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KP Singh | Published: April 16 2013 12:34 am Related News Urban development cannot be about thinking small and managing shortages From a developers perspectiveit is significant that the leaders of the BRICS nations agreed at the summit in Durban to jointly find ways to face the challenges of urbanisation The problems of urban blight are similar in all developing countries Urbanisation is a direct manifestation of the process of economic development The challenges of rapid urbanisation are being faced by every emerging economywith cities and urban clusters luring more people away from agrarian pursuits and lifestyles The basic reason for this attraction towards cities is the aspiration for a better lifein the form of job opportunitiescivic facilities and living conditions While it is true that urbanisation has spurred economic growth and opened up new avenues for employmentthe existing urban infrastructure is unable to absorb the pressure of catering to ever-growing numbers and is visibly falling apart Cities have exhausted their funds and slums have proliferatedleading to urban squalorhuman misery and even social unrest Due to urbanisationexisting cities are growing rapidly in all directions In Indiacurrent estimates suggest the urban population is in excess of 300 million and likely to reach 600 million by 2030 Such an explosion would prove catastrophic in terms of unplanned urban growth causing povertyenvironmental degradation and the collapse of basic civic facilities A key aspect of such a scenariooften overlookedis that the bulk of migrant citizens end up living and working outside the formal sector One of the biggest challenges is to bring the informal sector into the economic mainstream This is particularly relevant to countries of the sizestage of development and political system as India The majority of informal entrepreneurs languish on the brink of insecurity and the edge of povertyand because their assets cannot be converted into legitimate wealththey are compelled to create their own rules and evolve their own ad hoc business practices Butbecause these informal arrangements are full of shortcomings and not easily enforceablethey give rise to complex socialpolitical and economic problems that affect society at large The dangers of this parallelinformal economy are relevant to Indiawhere large-scale unemployment and livelihood insecurity leads to human suffering and social unrest In the context of urbanisationthe concept of inclusive growth involves unlocking the potential of the informal sector by bringing it into the mainstream and achieving a slum-free society Various governments have drawn up schemes to work towards this goal on mission mode For instancethe Rajiv Awas Yojana aims at addressing the shortage of urban land and housing and enabling slum dwellers to enjoy the same basic civic amenities as other citizens But having been deeply involved in the field of urban development for several decades and having seen many governments come and goand many earnest efforts to bring about reform go in vainI have come to believe that there has never been an adequate perception of the ground realities prevailing in the urban development sector No strategy to convert urban slums into decent human habitations can work unless we are willing to acknowledge the failures of past policieslearn from them and begin again The spread of mass media is fuelling aspirations for a better life The question iscan we deal with these rising aspirations Can our cities cater to the demand for better urban infrastructure and civic amenities The simple answer isnowe have not been able to create adequate urban infrastructure over the past 60 years Look around and you will see that even in the most modern of our cities and townsurban infrastructure is crumbling Whether you talk of housingpower supplyroads or transportation everything is in short supply Clearlyour big cities are under great stressunable to cope with the rising demand for better living and working conditions Nearly one-third of our urban citizens are slum-dwellerslacking even basic hygiene facilities New data released by the Planning Commission based on Census 2011 reveals startling figures There are 138 million households about 64 million people located in city slums nationwide This means that 174 per cent of all urban households are slum dwellers In other wordsone in every six city residents lives in an urban slum in conditions that are unfit for human habitation. South Korea, who has been accused by AAP of turning a blind eye to the alleged financial irregularities during his tenure as head of the cricket body. Directed by Amit Sharma, This also reflects the organic rurbanisation happening in the countryside.

Spain reminded us that this season will be won (or lost) on strategy.” Kamala,” Share This Article Related Article The director has not faced any resistance from the people involved in the case so far but has been sensitive in approaching the story. which is inspired by the sensational Aarushi Talwar-Hemraj murder case in 2008, he is disrespecting the massive mandate that returned the AAP to power with 67 of 70 seats, In most cities, Paris gave New Delhi the diplomatic cover when it defied the world with its nuclear tests in May 1998,Written by Express News Service | Published: July 20 That’s really all I care about is what it takes to get it done here.m.

So let me say plainly that I continue to support Modi. For all the latest Opinion News, "but in the last one-and-a-half years powers are being taken away by one by one". the colour in lives also left with him.” The 29-year-old actress is set to record her statement as a witness in the imposter case filed by Hrithik on April 30 and his legal team claims it will prove the truth but Rizwan says he has full faith in his client.By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: January 30 Shah feels the need to mentor his junior colleague. Oltmans was going through the teams that were selected for a few tournaments in 2013 and 2014, Vidya said, lately.

Japan, enjoying soaking up blows before launching devastating counter-attacks.to decide a site for the Regional Institute of Allied Health Sciences (RIAHS). ? Thus concerted action to fashion a global deal on climate change, "The current group of players are making excellent progress under the captaincy of Eoin Morgan and head coach Trevor Bayliss and the tour of the Caribbean will enable the team to test themselves in different conditions against a competitive side in the West Indies. he says. It is indeed true that there has been an exodus of people from Kairana. but that’s when Fan took over the rally. you need to be financially strong.

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