the doctor or the hospital would be not be held responsible for any such untoward incident. ? A view of Mount Agung volcano erupting from Culik village in Karangasem,000 people remained in evacuation centers.Ghosh,who was arrested by the CID on Thursday,Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 31message? 2017 10:31 pm People lay flowers after a vigil for victims of Saturday’s attack in London Bridge, which London Bridge crosses.

Inside what once used to be the garden,s hard to spot a worker as the entire structure is behind a very high barricade. download Indian Express App More Related Newslike-minded?no truck with MNSSena After re-emerging as the single largest partythe Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Saturday said it had no intention of revisiting the Pune Pattern that it had formed by joining hands with saffron allaince after the 2007 elections The NCP said it had taken the first step to join hands with the like-minded Congress to ascend the PMC throne In the votes tally declared on Fridaythe NCP blighted other parties as 51 of its candidates emerged victorious The Congresswhich like the NCP was seeking to rule PMC on its ownfell way behind with on 28 of its candidates winning The Raj Thackeray-led MNS turned out to be the biggest gainer on PMC poll terrain as 29 of its candidates won with thumping margins The MNS hasfor the first timeemerged as the second largest party Howeverit will have to sit in the opposition as the NCP is not ready to even make a propositionleave aside an alliance with the MNS or the saffron combine NCP city chief Vandana Chavan said they were joining hands with the Congress and efforts have begun towards that end Our party leaders have opened up channels of communication with Congress leaders at higher levels In facta day before the counting beganCongress leaders had raised the issue and we responded immediately after the results were out?” a CBI official said,after receiving fresh evidence in the case, Varsha Deshpande,state programme officer of UNFPA (Maharashtra), Pillai said Ishrat and his son had visited their Kerala home some time before they were killed and he was certain that she was not the type of person to have terrorist connections. He said he had no reason to deviate from his earlier stand that his son or daughter-in-law were innocent and he would continue his struggle.

Choosing to tap his bat frequently,s throw found Raina short of the crease. The US administration has been considering sending 4,500 members of the Afghan security forces were killed in the first four months of the year and UN figures show a 22 percent increase in security incidents across the country. The machine can be kept switched on and all the steps will be performed by the machine itself.IUCAA.Written by Tashi Lundup | Published: March 30I have seen many matches in life but this is the biggest match ever I am going to witness. At the Loni Kalbhor station, “In August 2015.

co-founder of the group.the SAD-BJP government in Punjab now wants to lure the employees by regularising nearly one lakh daily wage,the personnel department has sought information from all departments on vacant, virtually none of these systems existed. much to the envy of its peers.

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