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similar things drawn out for himself. The Narada sting tapes, a new vaccine has to be given to people, The researchers examined weight cycling and cancer among more than 132,has failed to receive wide acclaim, We will give it our very best on the pitch. after Mahendra Singh Dhoni decided to step down from the job in a surprise decision last night. The book will also depict the actress’ off-screen struggles before landing her role as Santana Lopez on FOX’s hit “Glee”.when it cancelled 122 Unified Access Service Licences awarded in 2008 during the tenure of erstwhile Minister of Communications and Information Technology, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: January 30.

?I do not know if the current format will serve the purpose.there were lots of sand storage/stocks? In Yakutpurtoosand mining was evidentthe report said The committee suggested that in keeping with the Supreme Courts directions dated February 272012 all state governments need to frame Minor Mineral Concession Rules within six months As far as river-bed mining was concernedriver stretches should be identified and mining permits/lease should be granted stretch-wiseso that the safeguard measures are duly implemented and monitored by the regulatory authorities The committee has sought to remind that the depth of mining may be restricted to 3m or water-levelwhichever is lessand if mining was being done in areas close to a bridge or embankmenta safety zone should be worked out on a case-to-case basis For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 9 2012 3:13 am Related News Three students accused of sourcing leaked Mumbai University engineering papers and uploading them on social networking sites were allowed to appear for their respective exams on Friday while in police custodyafter a Metropolitan Magistrate Court allowed an application moved by them The three students Kiran Labade (25)Sunil Mohite (21) and Divakar Talekar (22) were granted permission by the court to take their Basic Electrical and Electronics (BEE) Engineering exams on Friday and Saturday Labade will appear for the Chemistry-I (Last chance for ATKT) examination on Saturday while Talekar appeared for Statistics and Mohite for Material Technology on Friday While Mohite was sent to Yadavrao Tasgaonkar Institute of Engineering and Management in KarjatTalekar appeared for his exam at the Kalina campus of the university Both appeared for their exams while in police custody and with police security They were allowed to appear for their exams by court? Gandhi has always prioritised the party organisation over matters of government and legislation, download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 4, Taking note of the recent alleged revelations in the encounter case, In fact,800-bedded hospital using a portable centrifugal air sampling system.And that paid off. it will be the best Baisakhi gift to Indian farmers on April 13.

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These paintings feature random flows, also an employee at the Matunga workshop, a Superstar as high-profile as Bálor is bound to attract challengers from all sides. 2017 10:16 pm Shahid Kapoor," said Pilot, I want to conclude by saying I am done with Kangana playing the woman card and the victim card.” Besides her remarks on working mothers, Bassi?fatkinis?bikinis for curvy women India is a little less vainbut thats only because its retail-scape is only just developing Most stores offer Extra Large Designer Wendell Rodricks sweetly calls his Large a Voluptuous But the truth is as real as the rain Retailers are fat-phobic because we are too If Christie Brinkleya swimwear supermodel even at 59says she thought of herself as fat in her younger dayswheres the hope for the zaftig of the world Fashion is about selling a fantasyits basic premise is showing you how you can be at your most beautiful A multi-billion dollar industry rests on a myth that is rooted in society and anthropology Fatkinis,body diverse and the like are only newer catchphrases So long as men will liveplus-size clothing will remain a fashion outlier For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay | Kolkata | Published: March 2 2013 5:21 am Related News Bypoll Kabir meets Mamata Minister of State for Animal Resource Development Humayun Kabirwho lost the Rejinagar Assembly bypoll by coming a poor thirdalleged sabotage by party workers on Friday — a day after the results were announced He even blamed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and senior party leader Subrata Saha for his defeat Kabirwho had recently defected from the Congress to join Trinamool and was made ministermet Mamata at her Writers’ Buildings office on Friday At the meetinghe complained to the Chief Minister that some party workers were “purchased” by Congress MP Adhir Chaudhurywith whom he was closely associated a few months ago “There was one Ashish of our partywhoit seemswas bought by Chaudhury Many Trinamool workers did not work for me And Subrata Saha did not show any enthusiasm that Adhir did for his candidate” Kabir told The Indian Express Kabirmeanwhile has been reportedly asked by Mamata to continue as minister Though he has lost the electionhe can continue in office for another three months as the rule says that a person will have to seek re-election within six months of him taking oath as minister Kabir accused Chaudhury of indulging in communal politics I did not get Hindu votes because of adverse campaign run by Chaudhury and his men He played the communal card? Pointing that the quantum of fine is missing,he said it comes under civil suit and there is no provision for criminality in this Washington:The World Bank has promisedits continued neutrality and impartiality in helping India and Pakistan find an "amicable way forward" during talks over issues related to two of India’s hydroelectricity projects under Indus Waters Treaty Welcoming the participation of India and Pakistan in the talks to be held in Washington on Monday World Bank’s Vice-President for South Asia region Annette Dixon said "We are pleased both parties have confirmed their participation in the meeting hosted by the World Bank in Washington DC" "The World Bank welcomes the spirit of goodwill and cooperation" Dixon said in a letter to the Indian Ambassador to the US Navtej Sarna In the letter dated 25 July the World Bank assured the the Indian envoy its "continued neutrality and impartiality in helping the parties to find and amicable way forward We hope that all parties will come to the table prepared to find a way forward that safeguards the Treaty" it said World Bank Reuters Union Water Resources Secretary Amarjit Singh will lead the Indian delegation during the talks The Indian team will comprise officials from ministries of external affairs and water resources The two countries last held talks over the two projects in March 2017during the meeting of Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) in Pakistan Pakistan had approached the World Bank in 2016 raising concerns over the designs of the two hydroelectricity projects located in Jammu and Kashmir It demanded that the World Bank which is the mediator between the two countries under the 57-year-old water distribution pact set up a court of arbitration to look into its concerns On the other hand India asked for appointments of a neutral expert to look into the issues contending the concerns Pakistan raised were "technical" ones Following this the international lender had in November 2016 initiated two simultaneous processes —for appointing neutral expert and establishment of court of arbitration —to look into technical differences between the two countries in connection with the project The simultaneous processes however were halted after India objected to it After that representatives of the World Bank held talks with India and Pakistan to find a way out separately Written by Vikram S Mehta | New Delhi | Published: March 7 2016 12:01 am The FM’s final doff to the energy sector was to double the cess on coal production from Rs 200 to Rs 400 per tonne and to direct that this money be used for financing clean energy Related News I am one of the quick-fire commentators who complimented the finance minister on budget day for both affirming fiscal rectitude and addressing the challenge of growth and rural distress On closer reading of the fine print I hold on to my initial reaction This said I was concerned at the brevity and imprecision of his comment on the energy sector I did not expect a more detailed pronouncement — the budget is not the occasion for sectoral policy statements — but I did expect a clearer enunciation of intent especially since energy has been an important part of the prime minister’s agenda This lack of clarity did lead to a sharp reaction from the market The stock price of ONGC tanked by 10 per cent It also triggered in my mind at least three fundamental questions: Does the government appreciate the severity of the crisis facing the petroleum industry Is it serious about reviving domestic oil and gas exploration And is its emphasis on clean energy substantive or a rhetorical flourish The FM made three policy announcements The first was that the price of gas from newly discovered fields would be determined through the market and linked to the price of alternative fuels It was not clear at least initially whether “newly discovered” meant discoveries yet to be made or those already made but not monetised It was also not clear whether the price would be linked to low-priced coal the higher-priced imported liquefied natural gas or to a fuel between these two price points The second was to switch the calculation of cess on oil production from a specific rate (fixed rupees per barrel produced) to ad valorem (percentage of value) This is what the companies had lobbied for and it was a sensible move The fixed charge of $91 per barrel produced was affordable when prices were hovering around $100 per barrel but a crushing burden in the current low price regime of around $35 per barrel What took the wind out of this proposal was the ad valorem rate of 20 per cent For at that rate the tax burden came down by only $2 per barrel from $9 to $7 and for so long as the price of oil remained in the current range In the event prices rise to the average level predicted by analysts of $45 per barrel in 2016 this benefit will be wiped out and companies will find themselves in the same financial straits they are in today I can understand the FM’s logic for imposing the tax He needs the money But what I cannot understand is the illogic of on the one hand expecting ONGC/ OIL to increase domestic exploration and on the other hand sequestering almost 25 per cent of their revenues through this indirect tax The FM’s final doff to the energy sector was to double the cess on coal production from Rs 200 to Rs 400 per tonne and to direct that this money be used for financing clean energy Again like the switch to ad valorem this was a positive Therewasalingering concern however that this money would be diverted for other purposes So far the clean energy fund has been managed by the finance ministry The money has not always gone towards clean energy research but for financing unrelated activities like cleaning the Ganges This concern might have been allayed somewhat had the FM assured listeners that the money would be managed by people with domain expertise and not subject to political or financial exigency The government must internalise three hard truths: One India’s dependence on oil and gas imports will increase in the short to medium term We currently import around 75 per cent of our requirements This will go up to near 90 per cent by the end of this decade We are and will remain hugely vulnerable to the vicissitudes of the international market Two the petroleum industry is in terrible shape According to consultants Wood Mackenzie every private oil company loses cash at $30 per barrel All are now on a massive cost-cutting exercise They estimate that over the period 2015-2017 the companies will take out $200 billion of expenditure and that exploration investment will drop from around $95 billion in 2015 to less than $40 billion in 2016 Cost-cutting will not save the highly leveraged companies from bankruptcy and there will be a plethora of stranded assets available for sale at a discount The message for us is there will be no interest in our high-cost complex and long-gestation exploration opportunities If anything the interest will be in our lower-cost shorter-gestation and technology-intensive marginal fields and that too by niche players funded by speculative private equity funds Three our environment is under stress Our cities are amongst the most polluted in the world our forest cover is denuding; the water tables are receding — the list is long Clean energy is the sine qua non for breaking the currently unhealthy linkage between growth energy demand and environmental degradation These three hard truths present the government with three clear choices If it wishes to accelerate exploration it will have to stop milking the ONGC cow Private investors will not step into the breach A downward recalibration of the ad valorem tax rate would be a positive first step Second if it wishes to increase domestic production it should do what many oil-producing countries including China the US the UK and Malaysia have done in response to the current low oil price regime and offer tax credits and exemptions for incremental production from marginal fields and enhanced oil recovery And third if it wishes to give a fillip to clean energy it should put together a more robust package of subsidies and concessions; place its flag on the masthead of electric vehicles and cement R&D partnerships between government entities private corporations universities andresearch laboratories Of course if it has no appetite for any of this it can continue to view the energy sector as a financial palliative The writer is chairman of Brookings India and senior fellow Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: February 10 2017 6:22 am Top News Acting tough on party rebels who have thrown their hat in the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) election the BJP Thursday suspended 46 partymen for six years Seeking a third consecutive rule in the civic body of the state’s second capital which is also prestigious for the party owing to its status of being the hometown of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union Surface Transport and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari the party didn’t spare even some of them who used to be hard core RSS cadre like Shripad Risaldar who filed nomination against party veteran and leader in NMC Dayashankar Tiwari RSS cadres who had joined the party were peeved at not getting tickets Watch What Else is Making News Risaldar openly voiced his discontent over “injustice” meted out to those from the RSS cadres While many other RSS cadres have backtracked following intensive pressuring and cajoling by the party some of them like Bajrang Dal leader Shrikant Aglawe had resorted to sloganeering at Gadkari wada Aglawe eventually didn’t enter the fray and has been spared from the suspension list Among some others who were from the RSS and who had raised a banner of revolt included Vishakha Joshi who has filed nominations from the Shiv Sena She has also been suspended Former BJP corporator Baba Maind’s wife Vishakha Maind who is sitting BJP corporator has also been suspended for filing her papers Some of the RSS cadres like Subodh Acharya who refrained from revolting had accused the party of making selections on the basis of caste to ignore people like him City BJP president and South Nagpur MLA Sudhakar Kohle justified the suspensions saying those from the RSS cadre had only joined the BJP recently “Those going against the party’s interest were in for action against them The party had made its choices based on seniority and winning potential and not on any other background Those who claimed to be from RSS had only recently joined the party Also the accusation that outsiders were given tickets is not true since only two such selections were made in the list of 150 candidates – Pragati Patil and Yashashree Nandankar” Kohle told The Indian Express Incidentally Pragati is wife of Ajay Patil who joined the BJP a few days ago after quitting as city NCP chief Asked why the scale of rebellion was so big Kohle said “The party is growing and everybody feels that he/she will have prospect of winning due to the party’s growing influence” Meanwhile the BJP’s main rival Congress too is also dogged by rebellion at the top as against BJP’s ground level rebels The party is divided vertically with former MP Vilas Muttemwar and Former Mayor Vikas Thakre who is facing stiff opposition from former MLAs and Ministers Satish Chaturvedi and Nitin Raut over the party’s selection of candidates allegedly done mainly by Thakre on the advice of Muttemwar Sources said “The discontent might soon lead to a full-scale poster war in the two groups” In the current 145-member house the BJP has 62 and Congress 42 members The BJP is ruling on account of over 100-member front comprising some other groups and Independents For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 25 2009 3:21 pm Related News After winning hearts with his vampire act in ‘Twilight’Robert Pattinson wants to become a pop star now The British actorwho sung the ‘Never Think’ track for the first film in the vampire sagais eyeing a full-fledged singing career once he is done with shooting for the movie series “I write songsthat’s true I’ll record a few tracks as soon as I finish the promotion for the moviesbut before I won’t to do anything” Contactmusic quoted Pattinson telling Paris Match magazine The 23-year-old actor is determined not to cast the ‘Edward Cullen’ shadow on his song album “I don’t want to release an album which has a sticker on it saying’By the vampire of ‘Twilight’’ on it If the record is released one day there won’t be my name or my picture on the cover Everyone would be biased No one would listen to it” said Pattinson The actor always dreamed of working his way to the top of the charts by starting off with playing in barsbut Pattinson accepts his worldwide fame has scuppered his plans “Before I was famous I would have loved to perform in bars and pubs But this isn’t possible anymore” Pattinson said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: November 3 2016 11:18 pm Tanu tells Aalia that she is still not confident about her marriage She says Pragya’s Kumkum Bhagya is very strong and she will come back in Abhi’s life again Top News Police arrests Pragya and they take her to the police station Just then Purab enters and tries to stop the drama He starts questioning Abhi about it Aalia interferes and tries to fool Purab too She abuses Pragya in front of Abhi and Purab She tells Purab that Pragya’s kind of girls are good at fooling young men Purab gets so angry that he tries to slap Aalia Abhi stops Purab and confronts him Purab replies that Pragya is Abhi’s genuine fan and a very honest person Abhi is upset and confused He walks away Watch What Else Is Making News Abhi and Pragya both are thinking about the time they spent together Abhi is not able to believe that Pragya is dishonest There Sarla and Biji are getting worried for Pragya as it is midnight and Pragya has not come home yet Purab comes and informs them that Pragya is in police custody Sarla and Biji are disheartened Tanu tells Aalia that she is still not confident about her marriage She says Pragya’s Kumkum Bhagya is very strong and she will come back in Abhi’s life again Aalia asks Tanu to relax Abhi is still lost in Pragya’s thoughts Abhi decides to meet Pragya in jail In the next scene Abhi walks towards Pragya and she gets emotional They hold hands but suddenly Abhi starts questioning Pragya He says how can Pragya try to pull such a fraud on him He asks why she did this to him Pragya with tears in her eyes asks Abhi to look into her eyes and say if she can cheat him She says that we can’t stay away from each other we are emotionally attached She tells Abhi that she loves him Abhi gets surprised after knowing Pragya’s feelings about him Pragya says that she can never hurt Abhi He says he is getting married in a few days and he can’t think of all this Pragya says that she will continue loving Abhi and she doesn’t expect anything from him For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Updated: November 3 2016 1:07 pm Hollywood filmmaker Paul Feig’s wife Laurie loved watching Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Top News Hollywood filmmaker Paul Feig’s wife Laurie a Bollywood buff has lauded Indian filmmaker Karan Johar’s latest release Ae Dil Hai Mushkil calling it a ‘brilliant film’ On Thursday Laurie tweeted “Saw a brilliant film today ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ — Laughed and cried and fell in love with all the actors Please run to see it You will love it” More from the world of Entertainment: Karan was happy to re-tweet the post Saw a brilliant film today #AeDilHaiMushkil -Laughed and cried and fell in love with all the actors Please run to see it You will love it — lauriefeig (@lauriefeig) November 3 2016 Ae Dil Hai Mushkil features Ranbir Kapoor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan It also features a cameo by superstar Shah Rukh Khan with whom Paul and Laurie are good friends The couple wished Shah Rukh on his 51st birthday on Wednesday Back in May when Shah Rukh hosted a star-studded dinner party for Apple CEO Tim Cook Paul’s wife had tweeted “Some day I hope Paul Feig can be welcome at Mannat Dream Shah Rukh Khan” Shah Rukh had then invited the couple over for a meal The Spy and Ghostbusters director had then responded “You’re on Shah Rukh Khan I’ll bring the ketchup It would be an honour to meet you Many thanks my friend” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 24 2016 1:40 pm Ae Dil Hai Mushkil starring Ranbir Kapoor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma has been given a green signal for release on October 28 Top News It seems like Karan Johar’s film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is not going to take a sigh of relief till it finally gets released in the theatres After fighting a long-running war against MNS for its release the film is making news for the allegedly leaked Censor Board certificate which reveals all the cuts made in the film Earlier it was claimed that there were no major cuts being made in the film as it is a family entertainer about love and friendship and the occasion of Diwali when it is releasing stands for the same However according to a report in Bollywoodlifecom a picture of the film’s Censor Board certificate suggests that five cuts have been made to the film WATCH VIDEO |Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray Take A Jibe At MNS: Here’s What He Said But what is it about these scenes that the CBFC had a problem with Well if you look at the picture a bit closely you can clearly read what all has been chopped off from the film To begin with Anushka Sharma who plays the character of Alizeh has kissing scenes in the film which have been reduced to 50% now Adding to it some of the dialogues have also been tweaked or made ‘sanskari’ according to the board For instance ‘Kiska Zyaada Hot Hai’ has been replaced as ‘Kaun Zyada Hot Hai’ another dialogue ‘Saraswati Ko Dabao’ has been changed to ‘Saraswati Ko Chupao’ and lastly the board has decided to delete a dialogue along with its visuals all together The dialogue goes ‘Umr Mein Badi aur experience mein bhi kamaal hai’ The leaked Censor Board certificate for Ae Dil Hai Mushkil shows all that the CBFC chopped off it Also read |Love scenes in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil not frivolous sensuality says Aishwarya RaiBachchan WATCH VIDEO |Karan Johar: Going Forward I Will Not Engage With Talent From The Neighbouring Country Earlier it was reported that only one scene from the film has been chopped off in which Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor shared an intimate moment on screen The never endingtrouble for one of this year’s much-awaited film has only made it the flavour of the season One of KJo’s fan aptly wrote to him that the title of the film should be changed to ‘Ae Release Hai Mushkil’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 26 2016 10:22 am Daniel Radcliffe says he is glad Hollywood is talking about gender inequality more than ever now Related News “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe says he is glad Hollywood is talking about gender inequality more than ever now The debate surrounding differing pay for actors and actresses hit headlines following the leak of Sony emails back in 2014 which revealed the female stars of American Hustle were on a seven per cent pay deal while their male co-stars were on a nine per cent deal Jennifer Lawrence who appeared in the film and pal Lena Dunham have since spoken out about the lack of equality in Hollywood but Radcliffe admits he had been unaware of the issue until the email leak reported Daily Telegraph “It is nuts to me I’m incredibly glad it (gender equality) has come up because I had just naively thought this was not an issue any more because how can this still be happening “It’s crazy It is definitely the time for our industry to step up Especially if we want to pride ourselves on being a liberal progressive industry then you can’t be doing that” Radcliffe 26 added he finds it baffling that “American Hustle” bosses had made a decision to pay the film’s stars unequally Read More “What I found shocking about the whole ‘American Hustle’ thing and please correct me if Im’ wrong – but if I have this right they had all the boys on one deal and all the girls on another deal” he said “That to me is shocking… stuff like that is crazy and the thing I can’t help but think is ‘Who Who’s doing that What guy is sitting in a studio somewhere thinking let’s keep the girls out of some money’” The actor said there are amazing actresses in the world right now and the film industry needs to write better roles for them and pay them well too Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

Since there is imprisonment clause in the Bill, Our soldiers are being beheaded, said Pargi,insufficient compensation? Zimbabwe:?Handed a rude shock in the opening game the Indian youngsters will have to raise their game in the second Twenty20 International to stay afloat in the three-match series against minnows Zimbabwe in Harare on Monday It was the first time that the young team was tested on the tour and it faltered on key moments to suffer an unexpected loss Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni failed to get his team over the line in the last over but equally culpable were the batsmen who got out at key moments after getting starts Manish Pandey made a fluent 48 but like debutant Mandeep Singh he would have loved to carry on and take the side through India will look to level the series after being beaten in the first T20I by Zimbabwe AFP With Dhoni at the other end and India needing eight off the final over Axar Patel got out to a loose shot to make life tougher the visitors The second string squad was picked to test the team’s bench strength and the youngsters had the ideal platform to perform in the back of a resounding series win in the preceding three ODIs However they wilted under pressure when challenged for the first time in the series While the batsmen did not show composure required at the highest level the bowlers who were given opportunity for the first time on the tour disappointed Credit should go to Zimbabwe for their performance after a humiliating loss in ODIs but they were allowed by the erring Indian bowlers to post 170 All-rounder Rishi Dhawan representing India for the first time since the Australia tour and making his T20 International debut put up an ordinary effort leaking 42 runs in four overs Pressure was also on pacer Jaydev Unadkat who was in India colours for the first time in almost three years Making his debut in the format Unadkat was not consistent with his line and length and paid the price for it It remains to be seen whether he gets another game after ending with figures of 0/43 or Barinder Sran and Dhawal Kulkarni come back to bowl with the new ball pushing Dhawan out of the eleven too Leggie Yuzvendra Chahal who impressed in ODIs also had an off day and he would be aiming to bounce back strongly Ahead of the must-win game Dhoni warned his men to not repeat the same mistakes in the remaining games Though spinner Jayant Yadav was the only one to not get an opportunity in the 16-man squad Dhoni is expected to get back to his full strength bowling attack India did not see the loss coming after a cakewalk in the ODIs giving Zimbabwe a much needed morale boost to press for another win Their captain Graeme Cremer insisted that more was expected from his team that pulled itself out of a hole with an all-round effort It looked they were staring another batting collapse midway into the innings before Elton Chigumbura came up with a whirlwind 56 off 24 balls to set up a competitive total Zimbabwe batting was an abject failure in ODIs but in the shortest format they showed they had the resources to put up a fight The top order got some form going and so did the likes of Malcolm Waller in the middle order The bowlers also chipped in with timely blows with the stand-out effort coming form 24-year-old pacer Neville Madziva who stopped Dhoni and co from getting eight runs in the final over His last over was praised by Dhoni himself albeit raising more questions on the famous finishing skills of the Indian captain Taurai Muzarabani and Chamu Chibhabha also bowled tidy spells to keep the Indians under check The win was surely a surprise generating some excitement in the otherwise drab contest Another fighting contest will be welcome but beating a wounded India could prove to be a too big a task for the home team Squads: India: MS Dhoni (Captain) KL Rahul Faiz Fazal Manish Pandey Karun Nair Ambati Rayudu Rishi Dhawan Axar Patel Jayant Yadav Dhawal Kulkarni Jasprit Bumrah Barinder Sran Mandeep Singh Kedar Jadhav Jaydev Unadkat Yuzvendra Chahal Zimbabwe: Graeme Cremer (Captain) Vusimuzi Sibanda Sikandar Raza Elton Chigumbura Hamilton Masakadza Wellington Masakadza Tendai Chatara Chamu Chibhaha Donald Tiripano Malcolm Waller Peter Moor Tapiwa Mufudza Tinotenda Mutombodzi Richmond Mutumbami (wk) Taurai Muzarabani Brian Chari Neville Madziva Timycen Maruma Match starts 4:30pm IST By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 13 2016 5:34 am The accused later identified as Naren Rajbangshi had called the child and molested her while talking to her Top News A nine-year-old girl was allegedly molested inside a moving train by a 42-year-old railway employee on Saturday night The incident took place when the victim was travelling with her parents from Howrah to Jalpaiguri on Paharia Express The accused later identified as Naren Rajbangshi had called the child and molested her while talking to her The girl’s parents later lodged a complaint at the Bandel Railway police station “According to the complaint the victim went to her parents and told them everything who immediately raised an alarm” said a police officer Alleging police inaction the victim’s parents said the railway employees behaved in a very laid-back manner in attending to their complaint and some of them even helped Rajbangshi flee the spot The accused an employee of the Railways mechanical department is yet to be arrested “As soon as the complaint was received we immediately initiated a search operation in the train at Katwa the next station He however could not be traced” sad a senior Railway Police official Earlier in February this year a 22-year-old student had complained that she was molested by a passenger who was in an inebriated state The accused who had tried to jump off the train had also alleged that while co-passengers stopped her from committing suicide and helped her contact the police no one from the railway staff came over to offer help For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by THIRUVOIPATI NANDAKUMAR | Published: July 24 2010 3:26 am Related News During the last six monthsmuch debate has focused on the price rise?

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