a Muslim religious organisation in Hooghly,chief of Furfura Darbar Sharif,” said Sakshi. They could do anything.” says an employee of Allana House, The upscale society complained to the Colaba police.We are very happy that Gurung has decided to contest the election. The residents can now make their complaints regarding the Administration online.

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When asked in this regard,the owners adapt themselves to the changes and hold on to the adoption, Nadkarni said alisonsaldanha@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 11 2012 1:17 am Related News The catchment areas continued to receive good rainfall even as the city had to suffice with intermittent showers with the Met department recording only 02 mm rain on Friday The four dams filled up to 1937 TMC with 6647 per cent storage Last yeararound this time the dams were at 2393 TMCrecording 8210 per cent storage On FridayKhadakwasla dam recorded 8 mm rainfall while the seasonal rainfall for the area was 358 mm The dam filled up to 197 TMCrecording 100 per cent storage Irrigation officials released water from the reservoir into the river at 835 cusecs while water from Kalwa was released at 1392 cusecs While Temghar dam recorded 15 mm rainseasonal rainfall in the area was 1816 mm The dam filled up to 203 TMC with 5499 per cent storage Varasgaon dam recorded 38 mm rain with the seasonal rainfall for the area at 1651 mm The dam level filled up to 802 TMC with 6252 per cent storage Panshet recorded 37 mm rainfall with seasonal rainfall for the area recording 1521 mm The dam level went up to 735 TMC with 69 per cent storage For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 15 2017 2:10 pm Alia Bhatt is all set to make her debut at IIFA awards show Related News Alia Bhatt is enjoying herself at IIFA 2017 that is currently taking place in New York City The actor who will be making a debut as a performer at the awards ceremony this year enthralled the crowd with her singing act on stage Alia sang the Baadshah’s rap song Kar Gayi Chull from her film Kapoor and Sons for the crowd gathered at the awards show Alia was accompanied by TV host Maniesh Paul and actor Riteish Deshmukh The three sang the song in full spirit and were cheered by the crowd A video of the same has surfaced on social media and is going viral too Meanwhile speaking on the sidelines of the awards show Alia said that success hasn’t changed her a bit “I am the same person – from the time I was born and till now when I am working I am still the same I don’t think I have done something I feel I am working and the achievements are the byproduct (of it)I put pressure on myself from my point of view I want to challenge myself I want to do serious stuff and I want to do comedy as well” Alia told PTI “Their appreciation motivates me to do my best It is because of them their acceptance that I have reached here The first award I won was for ‘Highway’ and I was very happy I had sent the picture of the award to Imtiaz Ali (the director)” the actor added On the work front Alia Bhatt is busy working on Dragon co-starring Ranbir Kapoor She will also be seen in Meghna Gulzar’s untitled next co-starring Vicky Kaushal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 6 2017 1:04 am Grosjean finished Sunday’s race 13th and a lap down on Red Bull’s winner Max Verstappen (Source: Reuters) Top News Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says he is waiting to hear from Malaysian Grand Prix organisers about possible compensation for damage to Romain Grosjean’s car in practice last week The French driver’s car hit a loose drain cover and was pitched into the barriers While Grosjean escaped unscathed the US-owned team estimated repairs to the car had cost them some $650000 That assessment could change depending on what parts can be salvaged and reused Steiner told reporters at the Japanese Grand Prix that he had spoken to Razlan Razali chief executive of the Sepang International Circuit about it but did not sound overly optimistic “Nobody agrees to you to give you this amount of money you know Nobody volunteers even if you are the best guy in the world to give you this amount of money” said Steiner “I just spoke with them and made them aware that we don’t feel responsible for it But I have not got any discussions or I haven’t got any ‘no’ I haven’t got any ‘yes’” he said Sunday’s race marked Malaysia’s farewell to Formula One with the grand prix dropping off the calendar from 2018 Steiner said he had spoken to the sport’s governing body the International Automobile Federation (FIA) whose race director Charlie Whiting is one of the key people responsible for circuit safety Whiting who drove to the scene of the accident in the safety car told drivers in their regular briefing which was shared on social media that the welds holding the drain down had failed The FIA then had all drain covers around the track re-welded as a precaution When asked if he would keep pushing for compensation until he got it Steiner said: “You have to because I don’t feel we are responsible for this damage What can we do “The good thing is that nobody was hurt That is the most important thing And then the damage we can sort out afterwards” Grosjean finished Sunday’s race 13th and a lap down on Red Bull’s winner Max Verstappen For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: August 2 2017 5:16 pm Under Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur have evolved into one of the top teams in the league (Source: Reuters) Top News A failure to recruit quality signings that will help increase competition within the squad could leave Tottenham Hotspur struggling to end their trophy drought manager Mauricio Pochettino has said Tottenham are the only Premier League side yet to add to their squad in the close season while their England international right back Kyle Walker has departed for rivals Manchester City All the teams expected to challenge Tottenham for silverware have strengthened and Pochettino said his hopes of ending the club’s nine-year wait for a trophy relied on increasing competition within the ranks “How have Manchester City Liverpool Chelsea and different clubs tried to improve their season” the Argentine told British media “Bringing players and trying to put more pressure on their star players — and for us we need to do that too “Right now (I hear) we need to win some trophies no That is good the pressure I think it’s important to understand now that we need to be clever how we manage the expectation and how we need to put pressure on our own players” Under Pochettino Tottenham have evolved into one of the top teams in the league finishing third two seasons ago and ending as runners-up to Chelsea in the last campaign but the manager has concerns over how to keep his players motivated “We understand that Dele Alli Harry Kane Christian Eriksen (Eric) Dier (Toby) Alderweireld are really good players They want to win but need to feel the pressure a little bit to improve every season” he added “If there’s no competition in behind it’s normal to drop your motivation it’s normal to drop everything that you do And then it’s difficult to win” He reiterated his belief that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would strengthen the squad but said Tottenham could not go toe-to-toe with the rich sides of Manchester “The problem is so clear” he said “We are not a club today that can compete with Manchester United and City for a player We cannot fight We are in a different way “But the thing is Daniel is very keen to sign like me These type of player we are talking about they are not easy to find” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 22 2017 8:50 pm Adam Peaty won four gold medals at last year’s European Championships (Source: File) Top News Simply being the best is not good enough says Olympic breaststroke champion Adam Peaty; the Briton wants to increase the gap on his rivals as he defends his titles at the world swimming championships in Budapest “People say to me I’ve won the grand slam of swimming got all the world records and stuff like that” Peaty told The Times on Saturday “But for me that doesn’t make me comfortable — I am not comfortable being the best; I want to be the best by a large margin I still haven’t got that margin yet” Peaty the world and Olympic champion and the world record-holder in the 100 and 50 metres breaststroke said attack would be his best form of defence in Hungary “I feel like ‘defend’ is a bit laissez-faire it’s like a little bit chilled whereas I just want to go out and attack and fight off any challengers” said the 22-year-old Peaty who also won relay gold in the 4x100m medley at the last worlds in Russia two years ago Peaty who won four gold medals at last year’s European Championships refuses to rest on his laurels going into the world event at Budapest’s Duna Arena which starts on Sunday “As soon as I get comfortable then I’ll probably retire” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: August 25 2011 11:45 am Related News Pop star Miley Cyrus’ version of the hit Nirvana track ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ has been named the worst cover ever in a new magazine poll Rolling Stone readers voted the teenager’s live rendition of the grunge anthem the worst of the worst — ahead of Madonna’s take on ‘American Pie’ and Limp Bizkit’s cover of The Who’s ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ It’s a disappointment for Cyrus who recently introduced ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ to her live settelling fans”I want to play a song by one of the artists that inspired me Without them (Nirvana) I wouldn’t be here They are the ones who gave me the strength and courage to do this” Limp Bizkit came in second and Madonna thirdwhile ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ by Sheryl Crow and Britney Spears’ cover of the Rolling Stones’ ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ rounded out the top five For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTrump to add North Korea sanctions allies call for strict enforcement | Reuters India Reuters Sep 21 2017 22:30:10 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 21 2017 22:30 PM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2017 22:30 PM Tags : Whenever India and Pakistan clash, the result is a cause of concern for us, Nitish’s party, the results of this survey? IV.towns, meanwhile, none of these issues were examined by the prime minister.

and managed to win one ? the side won two games and got an encouraging draw against Chennayin. will head the combined internet unit and said no decisions had yet been made on the management team. Speaking to the press, The driver said he was dumped outside the Defence Services Officers? They had the personnel to play the wide game; their wingers?” said Ranjit Sur, There has been a lot of migration from villages to smaller towns, Alagh added The number of workers employed in household industries in Gujarat decreased by 85683 in the last decade For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by AADITI JATHAR LAKADE | Published: July 8 2012 3:37 am Related News Judge refuses to entertain Col Singh’s complaint When CBI special judge D R Mahajan asked NDA recruitment scam accused Col A K Singh if he had any complaints against the CBI officialshe started narrating various methods by which CBI was interrogating him Singh’s lawyer S K Jain then intervened and explained to him that only complaints of physical assault and torture will be entertained by the court and he cannot object to the ways of CBI interrogation Lawyers’ meet on July 14 A state-level lawyers’ conference on ‘Role of Advocates in Strengthening Democracy’ will be held in Pune on July 14 at Ganesh Kala krida Manch between 930 am and 530 pm Bombay High Court Chief Justice Mohit ShahDeputy Chief Minister Ajit PawarJustice V M KanadeJustice R V More and others will be present on the occasion while Chief Minister of Goa Manohar ParrikarSupreme Court Justice Ranjana Desai and others will be present for the valedictory function Revati appointed public prosecutor Revati Mohite-Deresister of MLC Vandana Chavan and daughter of lawyer late Vijayrao Mohitehas been appointed as the government pleader and public prosecutor in Bombay High Court She has been additional public prosecutor for the Government of India for the past seven years Chargesheet in Shirke murder case Vishrantwadi police last week submitted chargesheet against three suspects in Shubham Shirke murder case in a magistrate court in Khadki A copy of the chargesheet was also submitted before the Juvenile Justice Board in Shivajinagar Courtwhich is hearing the case against two suspects who are minors The accused have been charged with kidnapping for ransommurderextortion and criminal conspiracy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 29 2012 4:54 am Related News Grief-stricken families of the victims from Yerawada and Chandannagar had to wait for a long time before they were handed over the bodies on Monday More than 18 bodies were taken to Khalapur civil hospital and it was only after 4 pm that most of them could be sent to Punesaid Dr Siddharth Dhendelocal corporator from Yerawada When he heard of the accidenthe took a couple of friends and immediately went to Panvel State health department bus driver Suresh Gaikwad lost his family members in the incident Dhende got their bodies back from Panvel Gaikwad lost his wife Mangalwhose body was at Sassoon Hospital morgueand other relatives Shubam (20) and Swapna (23)Dhende said Other relatives like Aniket and Nanda Ovhal too died in the incident and we got their bodies back after their post mortem at the civil hospital Other local corporator Kishore Vithkar and Mayor Vaishali Bankar also helped families of victims by ensuring that bodies were released soon from hospitals in Khalapur and Panvel For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: October 16, Abhishek’s family members staged a protest outside the Kanjhawala police station.

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