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It is scheduled to be launched in October,whose source is under suspicion… What was the compulsion to form the government with the help of the Congress?Corda says that he himself is unaware of the value of the prints. It is the responsibility of government to secure future of these children, said Kulkarni For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 3 2012 12:39 am Related News It was a day of double triumph for Chandigarh as they won the titles in the men’s as well as women’s categoryon the final day of the 37th North Zone Ball Badminton Championship which concluded at Panjab University grounds Chandigarh claimed the men’s title with a 26-2929-2129-26 win over Punjab while in the women’s final they scored a 29-1129-11 victory over Punjab In the men’s categoryhosts Chandigarh started confidently They raced to a lead in the first game before Punjab fought their way back Punjab claimed the first game with a 29-26 margin Chandigarh players regrouped their energies and claimed the second game with a 29-21 margin The third game saw both the teams fighting hard and in the end Chandigarh bagged the third and final game with a 29-26 margin to win the title Haryana claimed the third spot in the men’s category as they registered a 29-2129-24 win over Himachal Pradesh Haryana won the first game with a 29-21 margin before claiming the second game 29-24 to claim the third spot In the women’s categoryhosts Chandigarh managed a 29-1129-21 win over Punjab Starting confidentlyChandigarh claimed the first game with a 29-11 margin before winning the second game 29-21 to win the title Haryana claimed their second third place finish as they recorded a 29-1529-23 win over Delhi in the women’s category Earlier in the semifinalChandigarh had scored a 26-2929-729-9 win over Haryana to sail into the finals The championship was organised by the Chandigarh Ball Badminton Association and former Union Minsiter Balwant Singh Ramoowalia gave away the prizes to the winning teams Results: Men’s: Final: Chandigarh bt Punjab 26-2929-2129-263rd place match : Haryana bt Himachal Pradesh 29-2129-24; Women’s : Final : Chandigarh bt Punjab 29-1129-21; 3rd place match : Haryana bt Delhi 29-1529-23 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 11 2012 1:44 am Related News A day after the civic staff of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation found not even chairs to sit onthe corporation procured around 350 chairs on rent from a local tent house On Thursday eveningMunicipal Commissioner Sajjan Singh Yadav and Deputy Commissioner C A Dhan had conducted an inspection and the chairs were found to be insufficient in number For the convenience of the stafffurniture like tables and chairs have been procured from a near by tent house But this is only a temporary arrangements? Come May 6, While Share the Happiness allows citizens to contribute a day’s meal to anganwadis," a delighted Keshavan said in a statement. They look down upon cinema.o Mário,Jangawali says ?

Moreover, India,5 million while winners of each match will get an additional prize money of Rs 50, “After Monday’s incident, “We found Bharvakas (the top of a pillar) of an ancient temple at the Johnson compound in Mahim. That has never changed in these parts, Singh said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSenior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh was on Saturday held “accountable” for the party’s failure to form a government in Goa even after winning more seats than the BJP in the recent assembly election Singh a former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister was sacked as the All-India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary in charge of Karnataka and Goa Singh was punished for his Goa failure though he continues to be in charge of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana While KC Venugopal a Lok Sabha member from Kerala will take Singh’s place in Karnataka the Goa responsibility has gone to A Chellakumar a former Tamil Nadu MLA All this should come as a no surprise to Singh This is not the first time that the word ‘accountability’ is being bandied about in whispers in the Congress Singh knows that The action against him must have reminded him of the fate of a leader no less than Pranab Mukherjee current President of India who was sacked as the party’s general secretary for his alleged bungling in Haryana in 1999 which later led to the party’s defeat in that state File image of Congress leader Digvijaya Singh PTI The axing of Mukherjee was touted as one of the first “tough” actions taken by Sonia Gandhi after she took over as the Congress president in 1998 Her minions and admirers in the party had said that she would straighten up the Congress Since then the word “accountability” has been on and off hanging like a sword of Damocles over the necks of Congress general secretaries in charge of states the party’s state unit presidents and Chief Ministers The warning: perform or perish The ‘accountability’ sword has dropped a few more times since Mukherjee’s sacking but often too late and sometime on the wrong necks One such wrong neck belonged to Ghulam Nabi Azad As the AICC general secretary and the High Command’s trouble-shooter Azad ensured the party’s victories in Karnataka and Maharashtra in 1999 in Kerala and Puducherry in 2001 and in Uttaranchal and Jammu and Kashmir in 2002 But after the party lost Uttar Pradesh in 2002 he was shown the door In the past I watched Azad in close quarters as he managed and manipulated Congress affairs in Andhra Pradesh Karnataka and Kerala His integrity is not of the kind that would set the Dal lake on fire and he has been accused of wrongdoing but he knows better than most Congress leaders what oils the party machine right from the High Command to the grassroots workers Though he failed to bring out a truce between warring Kerala leaders AK Antony and his sworn enemy K Karunakaran his success rate in dousing faction flames elsewhere in the party has been high Yet Azad was punished partly because he boasted of his abilities too often and too loudly and partly because some Congress leaders fearing he was growing too big carried tales that were both real and fictional to the coteries that surrounded Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi Why Digvijaya Singh was axed In the case of Digvijaya Singh he asked for trouble though it has been slow in coming After the party’s disastrous performance in the last year’s assembly polls Singh recommended a “Major Surgery” (don’t miss the capital M and S) Today’s results disappointing but not unexpected We have done enough Introspection shouldn’t we go for a Major Surgery — digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) May 19 2016 And after the party’s poor show once again in March this year Singh went on record to say: “Time for (mere) introspection is over it is time for action.” He even said it was time to build a “new leadership” In other words he wanted the Damocles sword of accountability to come crashing on a wide range of necks Instead it has now fallen on his own Though Singh made sense when he called for a surgery on the Congress his own doings in Karnataka after he was put in charge of the party in the state in June 2013 left a lot to be desired Having replaced Madhusudan Mistri who had held the Karnataka responsibility since 2011 Singh made the mistake of siding with Chief Minister Siddaramaiah The enemies of the Chief Minister — and he has plenty within his own party — identified Singh with him A central leader whose main job was to bring together factions could only invite trouble by siding with — or even appearing to side with — one of them Besides being ridden by scam after scam Siddaramaiah executed an ill-planned reshuffle last year when he dropped as many as 14 ministers and inducted 13 others Even if the choices were right the exercise was carried out with what can only be called arrogance and it brought bickerings in the party into the open The Congress has never defined the role of general secretaries in charge of states leaving them to function according to their whims and fads In theory a general secretary in charge of a state is the bridge between the party’s state unit and the central president Worse the anti-Siddaramaiah elements were convinced that the reshuffle was the handiwork of Singh They lost faith in his ability to function as a fair referee It’s not surprising that some leaders like Janardhana Poojary and Jaffer Sharief were openly critical of Singh An uncaring God and corrupt poojaris The Congress has never defined the role of general secretaries in charge of states leaving them to function according to their whims and fads In theory a general secretary in charge of a state is the bridge between the party’s state unit and the central president ( = high command) In effect it boils down to much more than connecting two dots With the state unit invariably divided into factions and in states where the party is in power the Chief Minister promoting his own fiefs the general secretary is subjected to multiple pulls and pressures But some general secretaries do no more than make flying visits to state capitals and summon senior leaders to their plush rooms in five-star hotels for undisclosed discussions Worse a general secretary sometimes either sides with one faction or even creates and nurtures his own Some central leaders have even been known to develop their own vested interests in the states they are in charge of raking in the moolah with help of one or the other faction Allegations of general secretaries or the secretaries that the party appoints to assist them pocketing money in return for election seats or other favours are not uncommon in Congress In such cases the general secretary merely becomes a corrupt poojari between an uncaring God (High Command) and the devotee (a state leader) Merely shuffling office-bearers won’t do Of course the grand old party needs much more than reshuffling of general secretaries to stop India from turning Congress-mukt As for Karnataka the Congress has a tough job on its hands if it wants to win the 2018 assembly election Though Siddaramaiah’s stocks in the party went up after recent victories in the Gundlupet and Nanjangud assembly by-elections the public perception of the government being uncaring and corrupt is difficult to erase in the one year before the election Enough has been said about what Congress must do in the rest of India to save itself from extinction We are of course presuming that the Congress is indeed serious about reinventing itself about turning itself into a credible party with a credible leadership and a credible programme about offering itself to people as a dependable alternative to the BJP under Prime Minister Narendra Modi If that’s what the Congress really wants its Damocles sword of accountability should spare nobody not even its vice-president Rahul Gandhi if he is the one who is thought to be responsible for the party’s electoral shame By: PTI | Washington | Published: June 22 2017 11:56 am NASA will test a new flexible solar panel on the International Space Station that rolls up to form a compact cylinder and may offer substantial cost savings (Source: NASA) Related News NASA will test a new flexible solar panel on the International Space Station that rolls up to form a compact cylinder and may offer substantial cost savings as well as an increase in power for satellites in the future Traditional solar panels used to power satellites can be bulky with heavy panels folded together using mechanical hinges Smaller and lighter than traditional solar panels the Roll-Out Solar Array or ROSA consists of a centre wing made of a flexible material containing photovoltaic cells to convert light into electricity On either side of the wing is a narrow arm that extends the length of the wing to provide support called a high strain composite boom The booms are like split tubes made of a stiff composite material flattened and rolled up lengthwise for launch The array rolls or snaps open without a motor using stored energy from the structure of the booms that is released as each boom transitions from a coil shape to a straight support arm ROSA can be easily adapted to different sizes including very large arrays to provide power for a variety of future spacecraft It also has the potential to make solar arrays more compact and lighter weight for satellite radio and television weather forecasting GPS and other services used on Earth In addition the technology conceivably could be adapted to provide solar power in remote locations The technology of the booms has additional potential applications such as for communications and radar antennas and other instruments The ROSA investigation looks at how well this new type of solar panels deploys in the micro-gravity and extreme temperatures of space The investigation also measures the array’s strength and durability and how the structure responds to spacecraft manoeuvres “When the array is attached to a satellite that spacecraft will need to manoeuvre which creates torque and causes the wing or blanket to vibrate” said Jeremy Banik from the Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico “We need to know precisely when and how it vibrates so as not to lose control of the spacecraft The only way to test that is in space” said Banik “This structure is very thin only a few millimetres thick and heats up very quickly dozens of degrees in a few seconds” he said “That creates loads in the wing that could cause it to shudder That would create problems for example if a satellite was trying to take a picture at the same time” he added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 13 2016 12:35 pm Yami Gautam is excited to be part of Sarkar 3 and will soon begin prep work for action scenes in the film Related News Yami Gautam is excited to be part of Sarkar 3 and will soon begin prep work for action scenes in the film “I am attempting something like this for the first time and I’m very excited for it As an actor one wants to explore a new side with each film We have started the shoot and I really look forward to coming on sets and get in that particular character” Yami said in a statement here The 28 years old actor is also preparing for some high-intensity action scenes for the third instalment of Sarkar Yami was recently spotted on the sets of “Sarkar 3” at Bandstand Bandra donning a serious look for her character Sarkar 3 is an upcoming political crime thriller written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma and starring Amitabh Bachchan again in the lead along with Jackie Shroff Manoj Bajpayee and Yami Gautam It is scheduled for a worldwide release on March 17 2017 Yami is also paired opposite Hrithik Roshan in upcoming Kaabil which is set to hit the theatres on January 25 Earlier Yami Gautam’s co-star in Kaabil Hrithik Roshan took to Twitter to wish Yami on her 28th birthday today The actor wrote “Happy birthday @yamigautam shine brightly today and forever:) May the wonder in your eyes never diminish And in the next let’s play superheroes Love” Yami who is super excited about Kaabil could not resist expressing her joy over Hrithik’s birthday wish She wrote “This has to be the most WONDERful birthday wish !! I just run in with each ball and put just as much effort as possible. Jitendra Pardeshi,By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: April 12 Meanwhile.

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