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But the best of the responses to the cricketers posing with The Great Khali was reserved by Rohit Sharma. PTI The prohibitory orders have been issued as some local activists may disrupt Munde’s visit.The order has been issued due to the visit of Munde to the villages to meet the family members of the two children who recently died due to malnutrition said the release Former chief ministerAshok Chavan condemned the move saying if Munde was scared of visiting the tribal villages she should not only abandon her tour but quit the cabinet reports The Times of India Munde downplaying the issue has said "I have not taken this decision It is the local administration that has taken this decision This comes under the police not me However I have asked them that there is no such need for the order but police officials want it to be imposed and I cannot interfere in their work" reports India Today Last week Sawra had faced the anger of a tribal woman whose two-year-old son died last month apparently due to severe malnutrition in Palghar district the video of which went viral on social media The tribal development minister had gone to meet the distraught family members residing in a thatched house at Khoch village and comfort them However the woman overcome by grief vented her anger at Sawra who is also the guardian minister of Palghar With inputs from agencies New Delhi:India directed its largest utility NTPC Limited to blend crop residue with coal at its power plants in a bid to reduce stubble burning on agricultural lands which is clouding New Delhi with smog Rich farmers in the states of Haryana and Punjab use mechanized harvesters — which leave more residue than crops plucked by hand — to save money amid rising labour costs Subsequent burning of the residue is a major source of smog at this time of year across northern India including New Delhi as farmers burn the stubble of the previous crop to prepare for new plantings in November Since October more than 40000 fires have been recorded in Punjab as farmers disposed of nearly 20 million tonnes of rice waste environmental groups said Under the government plan state-run NTPC will buy waste from farmers and use it to make biomass pellets and fuel at its power plants will be 10 percent biomass and 90 percent coal Representational image Reuters “This step would give the farmers a monetary return of Rs 5500 per tonne of crop residue and hence create a market for it” power minister RK Singh said on Thursday The government is in talks with all state governments to make this step mandatory for all the thermal power plants in their jurisdiction Singh said The move could limit mass burning over a short period of time and save Delhi from toxic air during winter “Coal plants will have some sort of pollution control as compared to nothing at the farm level” said Chandra Bhushan deputy director general of the Centre for Science and Environment a non-government organisation “In general use of 10 percent biomass has shown reduction in sulphur oxide emissions” Bhushan said NTPC had already issued a tender to procure biomass pellets for a power plant in the state of Uttar Pradesh in August Stubble burning is just one of the many causes of toxic air pollution in and around New Delhi where respiratory diseases kill 10 people per day according to government data On Monday a thick cloud of toxic smog 10 times the recommended limit enveloped New Delhi as government officials struggled to tackle a public health crisis that is well into its second week Thermal power companies alone account for 80 percent of all industrial emissions of particulate matter sulphur and nitrous oxides in India and their slowness in complying with new standards to curb pollution shows the difficulties India faces in cleaning up its polluted air A combination of industrial pollution vehicle exhaust and dust envelop the region every year as winter approaches and wind speeds drop leading to schools getting shut down and employees calling in sick Click here to follow LIVE updates on Delhi air pollution That is the only way officials would start giving information on time, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 18 2015 5:51 pm The look of Hollywood star Chris Hemsworth as the receptionist in the all-female reboot of “Ghostbusters” is out (Source: Twitter) Related News The look of Hollywood star Chris Hemsworth as the receptionist in the all-female reboot of “Ghostbusters” is out In the picture Hemsworth is seen wearing Ghostbusters uniform while riding a motorcycle with a proton pack and a carriage attached on the back side of the bike The uniform that Hemsworth is wearing is similar to while his co-stars Leslie Jones Melissa McCarthy Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon wear in the Paul Feig-directed drama reported Vulture Share This Article Related Article The Australian actor has black glasses and a smile on his face while riding the bike on the Boston set of the movie The motorcycle Hemsworth rides is seemingly the previously-teased ECTO-2 It is a white classic motorcycle with a Ghostbusters logo on the right side Annie Potts played the receptionist in the 1984 classic starring Bill Murray Dan Aykroyd Sigourney Weaver Harold Ramis and Rick Moranis but in a role reversal of sorts Feig decided to cast Hollywood hunk Hemsworth as the receptionist in his female version For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 17 2016 4:52 pm Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello has penned a passionate essay about what it was like for her family to immigrate to the US Top News Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello has penned a passionate essay about what it was like for her family to immigrate to the US The “Work from Home” hitmaker who was born to a Mexican father and Cuban mother migrated to America after she turned seven years old The move was rough since she and her mum were forced to leave her dad behind but to make matters less heavy her sweet parents created a white lie about going to the “Happiest Place on Earth” to keep their daughter happy reported Billboard “‘We’re going to Disney World’ That’s what my Mom told me when we were crossing the border She packed a little backpack with my Winnie the Pooh journal and my doll and we crossed the border from Mexico to the US seeing my Dad become an ant in the distance as he stayed behind” she revealed in the dynamic essay written for Popsugar Her father joined his family a year and a half later in Miami Florida with the musician noting he was “literally risking his life” fighting the elements and other dangers as he crossed the Mexican border into the United States But the hardship didn’t end there as her mother an architect couldn’t practice her craft in America because her Cuban degrees were invalid in the US Ultimately the family managed to thrive in their new environment but not without a lot of hard work an industrious ethic Camila will be inspired by for the rest of her life “I am so proud to be Cuban-Mexican This country was built on immigrants People who were brave enough to start over How strong we are to leave behind everything we know in hopes of something better We are not fearless we just have dreams bigger than our fears We jump We run We swim we move mountains we do whatever it takes” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SUKHBIR SIWACH | Chandigarh | Published: January 21 2017 5:07 am Kirti Gilhotra during her wedding rituals on Friday Express Top News UPENDING A marriage ritual reserved for grooms 28-year-old-Kirti Gilhotra on Friday performed the ghurchari(riding a horse) at her wedding taking the baraat around Fatehabad town in a procession before arriving at the groom’s house “I took the step with the consent of both families” says Kirti a practising lawyer in Fatehabad town Dressed in her bridal finery Kirti was accompanied by some baratis consisting of her family members and relatives as she went to the home of her groom Aman Wadhwa 29 who runs an immigration centre in neighbouring Ratia town Watch what else is making news People lined up on both sides of the streets as well as on the terraces of their homes to catch a glimpse of the bride’s ghurchari Kirti said the bride’s family did not give any dowry either Her father Subhash Gilhotra told The Indian Express that it was his dream to go through the marriage ritual of his daughter like a groom “I feel like I have solemnised the marriage of my son” says Gilhotra father of three daughters and a son “People don’t consider girls as good in society But I wanted to give a message that there is no difference between boys and girls” says Gilhotra a retired employee of Haryana Roadways Haryana is known for its skewed sex ratio in the country During the 2011 census the child sex ratio of the state was the worst in the country with just 834 girls against each of 1000 boys in the age group of 0-6 years However the sex ratio at birth jumped to 900 in the state in 2016 This figure is 918 for Fatehabad district Keen to celebrate the marriage of his daughter in a different way Gilhotra went to the family of Aman with the proposal that it would be the bride who would reach the marriage venue in a “baraat” instead of the groom “They did not object to the proposal” says Gilhotra “Earlier the ghurchari was performed by riding on a mare but now the horse-carriage has replaced it” he adds Haryana men have been fiercely protective about the ritual When Monika Sangwan of Chappar village in Bhiwani district in 2011 announced she would ride a mare to the village temple before her wedding and before her Monika Rani of Khaparwas village in the same district did the ghurchari khap leaders had expressed their disapproval calling it a violation of tradition For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 14 2016 5:10 am Top News THE Kurla railway police have arrested four persons for possessing foreign currency worth Rs 70 lakh in Euros and US Dollars The accused are residents of Ulhasnagar and are currently in police custody for being unable to explain why they were carrying the large sum The arrests were made at the Kurla railway station Sources said the Anti-Terrorism Squad would also question the accused adding that the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence had been intimated too Acting on a tip-off about four persons travelling with large sums of money officers said the police laid a trap at platform number 4 of the Kurla railway station on January 10 around 6 pm The accused carrying trolley bags were identified after they alighted from the train Upon search investigators said Euros 39000 and US$61000 were found in their possession “The total estimate of the unaccounted foreign currency is nearly Rs 70 lakh The foreign currency was found concealed inside a compartment in the bag We have also seized their passport and visas The passports have a few stamps of foreign nations” said a senior police officer attached with the Kurla railway police who did not wish to divulge more details According to the sources preliminary probe has revealed that the money was to buy gold bars to be smuggled out of the country “We are probing all angles and suspect that the accused maybe a part of a terrorist organisation” said another senior official [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsaam admi? It was here that he created award-winning pieces such as Angoche Woman (fisher woman), "The match confirms what he is able to do. The French financial sector currently represents about 4. File photo of Saketh Myneni. “Even if I was required to spend four years, everyone including controversial filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma wondered as to why she rejected such an important role?

which will include the building of a steel plant and other associated infrastructure, Only last month, we should have scored more but we weren’t able to. consumer advocates and internet companies were concerned about what broadband companies could do with their power as the pathway to the internet — blocking or slowing down apps that rival their own services, adding, "We have to be able to sustain a sense of urgency possession by possession,they barely remove the silt. They will all be produced in court on Friday, said Additional Commissioner of Police (Central Region) Vineet Agarwal For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: August 15 2016 8:59 am Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde’s kiss from Mohenjo Daro and crucial scenes from Akshay Kumar’s Rustom leak online Top News A leak is difficult to plug especially when it concerns Hindi films A day after its release the entire kissing sequence between Pooja Hegde and Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro has furtively made its way to the internet A search on YouTube shows at least six different channels beaming the full romantic sequence between Hrithik and Pooja While a few of them are devoid of audio the rest have uploaded the scene in its entirety The entire scene which is crucial to sealing Hrithik’s love for Pooja in the film runs for a little over a minute and the same has now been leaked on the internet A closer look at these videos reveals that the same have been snipped and uploaded from a pirated DVD version A search with the words Hrithik Pooja Kiss Mohenjo Daro at last count brought forward at least six videos containing the leaked kiss scene A channel has even uploaded other key sequences from the movie including his Hrithik’s action sequences one involving a crocodile A detailed look at the channel also reveals that the user has uploaded important sequences from Akshay Kumar’s Rustom the other big release of this weekend These include the chess sequence the courtroom drama the romantic scenes and an all important murder sequence Piracy is a plague that Bollywood is finding hard to contain Recently Udta Punjab and great Grand Masti found their prints leaked on the internet even before their respective release dates While earlier movies used to leak on Torrents it’s atad surprising to see a platform like YouTube allowing users to upload crucial pirated scenes from just released big ticket films For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chandigarh | Published: January 5 2017 8:53 pm Punjab state goes to poll on February 4 (Representational image) Related News There has been a “substantial increase” in the number of first-time voters in Punjab which is about 124 per cent of the total 197 crore electorates in the state a senior election commission official said on Thursday Punjab’s Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Vijoy Kumar Singh said the electoral roll has 367077 voters in the age group of 18-19 years The state goes to poll on February 4 He said it was a “substantial increase” in the number of first-time voters Watch What Else Is Making News: The number of voters in Punjab is 19749964 including 10440310 males and 9309274 females There are 380 third-gender voters he added He said the total number of Non-Resident Indian voters are 281 He said 22600 polling stations will be set up in Punjab for the 117 assembly constituencies Briefing about the pre-emptive measures taken by the Punjab Police in the run up to the elections ADGP (Elections) H S Bhawra said 1330 FIRs were registered under the NDPS Act in the past four months “1565 people were arrested under the NDPS Act” he said adding that around 2000 proclaimed offenders including absconders have been rounded up from across the state A total of 13387 non-bailable warrants were executed and 5276 potential trouble-makers were identified out of which 3425 were taken into preventive custody he said He said 22 sniffer dogs have been deployed in various districts and checking was being carried out for narcotic substance with the help of these dogs He said that 43 officers of Narcotic Control bureau have been deputed in Punjab and strict checking is being carried out to stop inflow of drugs to Punjab In its drive against illicit arms 123 weapons have been seized he said He said there are 385000 licenced arm holders in the state out of which around 92000 weapons had been deposited Bhawra said flag marches were today conducted in all the 22 districts of the state and 50 companies comprising 100 personnel each have been deployed in the state He said that over 250 companies more have been demanded from the election commission for deployment in the state He said that four Flying Squads and Static Surveillance teams have been deployed in the assembly constituencies For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shobhana Subramanian | Published: December 10 2010 3:40 am Related News Without doubtone of the best divestments of public sector unit (PSU) stock by the government has been the initial public offering (IPO) of Coal India Limited Pricing shares at a reasonable Rs 285 apiece against what analysts perceived as a fair valueRs 325 the government left enough on the table for investors; thus its dream debutwhich saw the stock list at Rs 300-plus But morethe timing couldnt have been better Foreign institutional investorsdesperate for returnsare flocking to emerging markets and it was no surprise that they bid in large amounts One of the biggest disinvestment successes since the government started selling shares in its companies was Marutiwhich was priced at Rs 125 and recently hit a high of Rs 1698 Howeversince then the government has made some silly mistakesespecially in recent times For instancethe Rs 8286 crore National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) follow-on issuein February this yearflopped and had to be bailed out by LIC and the State Bank of India because of the mechanisms the government chose: it opted for the auction method and stipulated that institutional investors could only revise their bids upwards Moreoverthe 5 per cent discount to the market price wasnt good enoughgiven that the price could fall as much in a single session While the government doesnt need to give away shares for a songwhat resulted in the NTPC case was that a large chunk of shares ended up in the portfolios of two investorsdefeating the purpose: making the stock more liquid The government then abandoned the auction process and went back to book-building for the Rural Electrification Corporations follow-on issue Howeverwhile institutional investors subscribed to that issue in good numbersand the government took home around Rs 3500 crorethe retail quota was filled up only to the extent of 20 per cent Meanwhilethere were problems of mispricing in the National Minerals Development Corporation issue; where analysts were looking at Rs 285 per share but only after pencilling in a large premium to global peersthe government chose to sell at the same price of Rs 285 to retail investors The current market price is around Rs 255which means investors are still out of money Fortunatelysmall investors made good money in the Coal India IPOwhich is probably why the Shipping Corporation issue saw its retail quota receive a good response With a few more IPOs and FPOs lined upthe collection target of Rs 40000 crore for 2010-11 should be easily met: it already has Rs 24000 crore in the kittywith Rs 15000 crore coming in from the Coal India IPO alone What seemed like a somewhat ambitious target in February has been achieved primarily thanks to the sweet spot that India finds itself in todaywhere it is probably the second fastest growing economy in the worldand also one to which global investors have a very small exposure The government should continue to cash in on this good times never last too long and the best way to go about itas we have learnt from the Coal India issueis to price issues reasonably so that the money comes in from the right sets of investors The kind of opportunity the government has today with the USs second round of quantitative easing now a realityflooding the market with $600 billion searching for returns may not present itself again in a hurry Howeverits not just enough to get a company listed; the government also needs to allow the managements of companies to function independentlyif the stocks are to command high multiples on a sustained basis Stocks of firms like BEML or BELonce in favourhave been languishingbecause their managements havent been able to do the kind of business shareholders expected them to The oil marketing companies trade at lower multiples than their global peers because prices of fuels like petrol and diesel are controlledresulting in losses which need to be subsidised by the government Given the poor visibility of earnings for these companiesits a wonder investors buy into them at all Stocks like MTNLwhich is probably at the bottom of the heap in the telecom spacealso dont find a place in portfolios On the other handstocks like BHEL or NTPC have done relatively well because they are in commanding positions in their respective sectors The government is learning; it has announced a special dividend and bonus for ONGC shareholders hoping it will sweeten the deal before the oil majors follow-on issue slated for January Its important for the government to continuously create wealth in PSUs Given that it still owns large stakes in themit stands to be the biggest gainer The writer is Resident EditorMumbai?We had been providing water tankers as well in the area, he added The area residentshoweverstated that most of them had been forced to trek long distances to get drinking water They were doing other chores with the same contaminated watersaid Gurcharan Singh of this village The lanes are very narrow in this village Water and sewer pipes pass closely and hence whenever their is sewer blockade in any housethe water supply in that area becomes contaminated We are changing the water pipes regularly in almost the entire area The problem was much grave till 2 years back and now it is much better? forcing the court to issue contempt of court notices.

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