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Clearly the government is looking for scapegoats? but also lead to more complex tasks at hand, (Source: Express File) Top News After three straight first round exits, nasty way,” Appa says.who has been retained as cabinet minister, (File Photo) Top News Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) today told the Delhi High Court that it has lodged an FIR against students who have been blocking access to the varsity’s administrative block.The varsity however said its officials would need police assistance to enter the administrative block and sought such a relief from Justice V K Rao who is hearing the pleas of several JNU students seeking copies of their mark sheets and certificates to pursue further studies or apply for jobs The court refused to issue any such direction saying the varsity has to seek its own remedies “Only for providing mark sheets you need police I do not understand this The university has to take appropriate remedy It must take an appropriate remedy” the judge said and added that otherwise students will keep approaching the court one after another for relief It asked JNU to provide to the petitioners the names and details of the students named by it in the FIR so that they can be made a party to the matter and listed it for hearing on March 1 The court wanted the students named in FIR to be made a party as it was of the view that they would be affected by any order passed in the petition During the hearing senior advocate Aman Lekhi appearing for the petitioners contended that the varsity appeared to be intimidated by the protesting students “They (JNU) are afraid It is clear” he said He said the protestors have no right to agitate where they are as there is an appropriate place and time for such activities Central government standing counsel Monika Arora appearing for JNU informed the judge about lodging of the FIR pursuant to the court’s query on February 17 as to why the varsity had not taken legal recourse against the blockade of its administrative block She also said that the set of students who were blocking the block keeps changing Around 150-200 students have been blocking access to the block since February 9 protesting against a May 2016 notification of the University Grants Commission which set a limit of eight students per professor for MPhil and PhD courses the petitioners have claimed Apart from their documents the petitioner students in their plea have also sought removal of the protesters and restoration of functioning of the varsity’s administrative block In their plea filed through advocate Pradeep Arya they have contended that no protest can be staged within 20 metres of administrative and academic complexes as per JNU’s Academic Rules and Regulations They have sought police protection for varsity officials so that they can enter the administrative block and get the documents which the petitioners want For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 15 2017 8:39 pm Washington Sundar opened for Tamil Nadu in place of Murali Vijay against Tripura (Source: File) Related News M S Washington Sundar’s brilliant unbeaten 156 and his big opening partnership with skipper Abhinav Mukund (76) helped Tamil Nadu seize the initiative on the second day of the Ranji Trophy Group “C” match against Tripura in Chennai on Sunday Tamil Nadu ended the day at 332 for 2 a lead of 74 runs in response to Tripura’s 258 riding on Sundar’s maiden first-class ton which included 14 fours and one six He has batted for 223 balls so far Washington Sundar opened for Tamil Nadu in place of Murali Vijay who is sitting out the game due to a neck spasm Baba Indrajith who has so far added 152 runs with the young southpaw (Sundar) for the third wicket is batting on 73 (six fours) Earlier the home team wrapped up the Tripura innings for the addition of just 14 runs to the overnight score of 244 for 7 K Vignesh took two of the three wickets to fall to finish with four for 41 R Ashwin got the other to finish with two wickets for 64 It took all of 61 overs for TN to polish off the visitors’ tail Tamil Nadu began their reply in a positive manner with Mukund and the young Sundar scoring briskly The two left-handers took the attack to the Tripura bowlers and took advantage of some pedestrian stuff Mukund hit 10 fours in his knock of 76 and added 162 runs with Sundar While the TN captain played some beautiful shots on the off-sider the lanky Sundar blossomed after a cautious start and hit strokes around the wicket The two openers went on the offensive in the post-lunch session and at one point hammered 32 runs in three overs Sundar hammered Tripura skipper Mani Shankar Mura Singh for three boundaries in one over Just when it appeared that the two southpaws would carve out big individual scores Mukund fell to a catch by Gurinder Singh in the point region off Joydeep Bhattacharjee making his debut M Kaushik Gandhi who had a great run in the previous season didn’t last too long being trapped leg-before by Gurinder Singh for 9 Sundar and Indrajith continued to make light of the inconsistent Tripura attack and put on 152 runs in 216 balls to put the home team in the driving seat Indrajith batted efficiently and proved the perfect foil for Sundar who was constantly on the lookout for runs Mura Singh told reporters at the end of the day that the bowlers were inconsistent and admitted that Tamil Nadu batted well Washington Sundar said he was happy to get the ton and looked to carry on the good work tomorrow Brief scores: Group “C” (Day 2): Tripura 258 all out (Smit Patel 99 K Vignesh 4 for 31) vs Tamil Nadu 332 for 2 in 81 overs (M S Washington Sundar 156 batting Abhinav Mukund 76 Baba Indrjith 73 batting) At Vadodara: Baroda 373 all out in 128 overs (Swapnil Singh 88 A Sheth 70 not out Vishnu Solanki 61 B Ayyappa 4 for 69) vs Andhra Pradesh 190 for 2 in 46 overs (G Hanuma Vihari 71 batting Ricky Bhui 53 batting K S Bharat 40) At Indore: Madhya Pradesh 409 in 1443 overs (Naman Ojha 180 Ankit Sharma 67 Akash Parkar 4 for 70) vs Mumbai 130 for 1 in 33 overs (Jay Bista 89 batting) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: July 4 2017 4:21 am Vehicles going towards Vasai Thane Navi Mumbai Borivali and Mumbai were stuck on the road Deepak Joshi Related News A tanker transporting LPG toppled on Ghodbunder Road in Thane on Monday After fears of a gas leak the police sealed off a portion of National Highway 8 and diverted vehicular traffic to other roads The incident took place when the Bharat Gas tanker travelling towards Ahmedabad turned turtle on the road near Kajupada while the driver was negotiating a sharp turn Mahesh Patil Superintendent of Police Thane Rural said the driver fled the spot and is still to be traced While the accident led to traffic snarls the police moved away all vehicles and isolated the tanker while operations were under way to straighten it up Patil said that as the gas was leaking from the tanker NH8 was sealed off till Versova bridge and motorists were directed to use other routes while rescue operations were underway By 10 pm the police had cleared the tanker from the road and vehicular movements had resumed Patil said adding that the gas leak did not result in any injuries For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 27 2017 4:42 pm From Rajinikanth to Akshay Kumar to Rishi Kapoor Bollywood celebs shared their last respects for Vinod Khanna on social media Related News Vinod Khanna the actor who entertained the audiences in more than 100 films over the years passed away this morning The actor was reportedly suffering from cancer for a long time and was admitted to the hospital a few days back after he complained of discomfort His picture from the hospital left fans of the Amar Akbar Anthony actor devastated As the news of Vinod Khanna’s death came out the entire film fraternity was shocked and saddened by the demise of the legendary actor While Rajinikanth wrote that he will miss “dear friend Vinod Khanna” Rishi Kapoor changed his display picture to the one with his ‘Amar’ Hewrote “Will miss you Amar RIP” Vinod Khanna’s contemporary Shatrughan Sinha wrote “Right from films to politics Vinod Khanna & I sailed together and he leaves behind an entire generation & more of fans admirers… friends well wishers & loved ones grieving after him” The two appeared in theclassic Mere Apne Sharing her deep grief singer Asha Bhosle wrote “Very sad to hear about Vinod Khannaji A decent man and a star till the very end My condolences to his family” Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit also expressed his feeling on his social media account as he wrote “We will always remember you as one of the most handsome subtle actors of the Indian Film Industry You will be missed#VinodKhanna Sahab” Akshay Kumar also tweeted his thoughts “Sad to hear about the passing away of the most handsome charming & talented #VinodKhanna You will always be remembered sir RIP” Here are all others who condoled the death of Vinod Khanna who once gave a tough competition to his contemporary Amitabh Bachchan?
480 Independents polled 6. when the NCP and the Congress joined hands for the first time,has called for a meeting in this regard with NHAI,district collector and the local authorities later this week to find a long term solution.”Similarly,with artist collaborators M Pravat and Balagopalan, Krishnappa Goutham 4 for 20; Shreyas Gopal 3 for 43, K Goutham 149, to some extent, Watali is known to be friends with Pakistani leaders as well as Kashmiri separatists besides the mainstream politicians in Jammu and Kashmir.
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For all the latest DO NOT USE Gujarat News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Hobart | Published: November 15 2016 10:56 am South Africa beat Australia by an innings and 80 runs in the second Test at Hobart (Source: Reuters) Top News South Africa captain Faf du Plessis lauded his “relentless” bowlers for their match-winning performance against Australia in Hobart on Tuesday and dedicated the series win to absent Proteas Dale Steyn and AB De Villiers Kyle Abbott who replaced pace spearhead Steyn was Man of the Match after taking 6-77 in the second innings to complete a nine-wicket haul as the home side crumbled to an innings and 80 run defeat before lunch on day four at Bellerive Oval Kagiso Rabada took 4-34 in Australia’s second innings while Vernon Philander laid the platform for victory with five wickets in the first when Australia were bundled out for 85 “When you play three seamers in attack they all have to stand up at different times” Du Plessis standing in for regular captain De Villiers said at the trophy presentation after South Africa took a 2-0 lead in the three-Test series “I thought yesterday we were exceptional we didn’t get the rewards we wanted but to come back this morning just make sure we were relentless in our areas… we knew if we could do those things the wickets will come and they did “We’re just relentless we don’t let the pressure go as a bowling unit we’re there all the time and in the field we back it up” Although grey skies hung over Hobart it was a golden morning for 29-year-old Abbott who has had the misfortune of bowling in the era of Steyn and Philander managing only seven further Tests since his 2013 debut at home to Pakistan He knocked over four of Australia’s top six batsmen in the second innings and broke a stubborn partnership between Usman Khawaja and Australia captain Steven Smith with a masterclass of swing pace and bounce “It’s been a case of that over the last few years waiting for an opportunity It’s nice to get one and make the most of it” Abbott said “That’s always a challenge when you don’t play so much to stay match fit and keep that form in games but when I get that opportunity I try my heart out and make the most of it” South Africa have now won their last three series in Australia following victories under Graeme Smith in 2008 and 2012 Du Plessis who scored an unbeaten century on debut to save South Africa in the Adelaide Test four years ago said Tuesday’s triumph also belonged to Steyn and De Villiers “Enjoy it celebrate it with us” he said in a greeting to the players “They’re experienced guys They know coming to Australia is one of the hardest places to come and win “So to come here and do it 2-0 is special for us as a team but we share that specialness with great players in our side like Dale and AB who have been here lots of times and worked really hard to try to win games of cricket” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anmol Saini | Chandigarh | Published: April 28 2016 7:40 am Over the years nearly 50 promotions have been made which will now be reviewed and over 200 teachers/staff members have been recruited at PU under CAS Related News To share the increasing workload and responsibilities Panjab University’s Dean Students’ Welfare (DSW) Navdeep Goyal has proposed to create a new post for an assistant DSW Goyal told the Chandigarh Newsline: “The proposal to create a post of an assistant DSW has been put forth because of two reasons Firstly the number of students hostels and the kinds of work handled by the DSW has increased manifold in the past year Secondly because the hostel’s budget has been made a part of the main budget of the university all approvals and accounts are being handled and maintained by the wardens and several nuances of the accounting procedures need to be monitored” Since most wardens coming from different departments face difficulties in understanding the intricacies of accounting procedures there has been a proposal for a central accounting system instead of complete control of wardens over accounts Therefore emphasis has been laid on the need of a higher authority who would constantly monitor the maintenance of accounts and share the workload of the DSW Share This Article Related Article Goyal added that the appointment of an assistant DSW would be an honorary position which will be given on a part time basis to any ex-warden in the rank of assistant professor with an honorarium of Rs 3000 which will be paid from hostel funds Financial powers of the assistant DSW shall be the same as that of the head of the teaching department of the university The responsibilities of the proposed assistant DSW will include online allocation of hostels coordination of curricular and co-curricular activities of hostels maintenance of discipline among university students on the campus along with DSW Goyal and DSW (women) Nandita Shukla The decision for the creation of the position and subsequent review resides with the Syndicate the next meeting for which has been scheduled for May 1 The vice-chancellor will have the authority to appoint the assistant DSW for a period of one year extendable up to three years For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News
Zoroastrian legacy, "I assure the people that with all sensitivity in mind, We had lot of workshops and training,MCA did not object to Pawar submitting his passport copy with Mumbai address as proof of permanent residentship though his permanent address was Baramati in Pune district. “AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal had brought the matter to the notice of Chief Election Commissioner of India but no heed was paid to it, Ted Sarandos. represented by advocate Gautam Narayan, Mithali Raj says she would have preferred to bowl too. party is confident about only 19 legislators at present. However.
Even after he spotted Nur Islam and Samiul Alam, As a youngster, decried “Afzal premis” and exhorted the public to “speak up, it can ill afford an insecure worldview that excludes difference and banishes dissent. When the big break comes through,” said Inspector Sanjay Sangle.
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