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which has a dismal record in extradition cases.apart from the DCP, M East and S wards, we were only protesting for a genuine cause. "I had a conscientious objection to the impeachment proceedings in relation to Justice Sen, ST or OBC communities. where a post-mortem was conducted.an approach that relies heavily on centralised legislation.some of the singer’s fans have started believing that their idol was a reborn princess after spotting an ancient Egyptian statue at a Chicago Museum that bears an uncanny resemblance to Michael Jackson, Django and Stephane — he’s on his way — you’ll be laughing soon!” undersigned by the musicians wife CT Hicks the post concluded Hicks was known as the frontman of the acoustic band Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks which was a contemporary of the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane in the late 1960s San Francisco psychedelic scene Born on December 9 1949 to a military family Hicks moved with to the northern California city of Santa Rosa at the age of five He began his musical expression as a drummer before learning to sing and play guitar He will be remembered for such songs as “I Scare Myself” “Canned Music” and “How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo Geetanjali Gurlhosur | Mumbai | Published: May 26 2016 2:02 am Across the state 1319754 students had appeared for their Class XII exams the results of which were declared online on Wednesday (Representational Photo) Top News A year before Neha Somani’s daughter appears for her Class XII exams the 42-year-old mother of two finished junior college which she had to discontinue long ago owing to financial troubles She secured 629 per cent in the Arts stream in the state board exams As a child Neha had wanted to study science and pursue a career in medicine Hailing from a modest background – her father was a salesman at an optical shop in Fort – she had to take up a job when she was in Class VI “I used to paint on plastic bangles and earn anything between 25 paise and Re 1 for a box of bangles” said Neha A box consisted of two-dozen bangles which took Neha about 20 minutes to paint Later Neha who has two sisters was forced to pursue Arts during her junior college days “My mother said the family couldn’t pay for my studies and coaching in the science stream” she said “After a year of junior college I dropped out and couldn’t pursue my studies any further I along with my younger sister however managed to pay for our youngest sister’s education” she said Neha was married off to a civil contractor when she was 22 Marital responsibilities and later motherhood didn’t leave Neha with a chance to complete her education It was only later while teaching her children when they were in school did she realise the importance of education “When I asked my husband if I could finish my junior college he was extremely supportive My in-laws too were supportive” said Neha who resides with her family in Borivli She now aspires to complete a Bachelor of Arts with Mathematics “I am glad she has aspirations to complete her education” said Paresh Somani Neha’s husband Her daughter Jill said “I am a proud daughter She has taught me that it is never too late to pursue your dreams” In the Marathi medium of Ramnarain Ruia College Matunga 13 visually challenged students had appeared for the HSC exams this year all of whom passed with flying colors Nikhil Bhalerao (20) scored the highest 7385 per cent among his classmates of the Arts stream When The Indian Express called Nikhil he was unaware of his ranking “I cannot believe this My friends and their parents checked the result online and told me my score but I was not sure of my ranking” he said nervously Interested in paper and hardware craftsmanship Nikhil wants to pursue Fine Arts “Studying should be made easier for blind students Colleges should be more supportive and they should make use of gadgets and technology to help the challenged I used recording books a lot while preparing for HSC” said Nikhil who plans to take up BMM at Ruia Nikhil lost his father when he was in the third grade His mother Sunita Bhalerao was glad to see her son’s result “He has always been very hardworking When he was preparing I could tell he would score well” she said “I would advise other students to work hard throughout the year There is no need for coaching classes” Nikhil said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIn a first the Banaras Hindu University (BHU)on Thursday appointed a woman as its chief proctor media reports said The appointment of Professor Royana Singh comes at a time when the university is under the scanner for compromising women’s safety and two days after the resignation of her predecessorON Singh Royana who is part of the anatomy department of the Institute of Medical Science According to The Hindu Royanais the chairman of the Women’s Grievance Cell of the BHU File image of Female students and police in a standoff in Varanasi PTI Former proctor Singh had offered his resignation to BHU vice-chancellor GC Tripathi aftertaking moral responsibility for the incident of lathi-charge on students who were protesting against the victim-blaming of a colleague who was molested on the campus The police were criticised for resorting to lathi-charge and beating up female students The police however claimed that the students had resorted to violence Female students in the university however have said that the Singh was made a scapegoat and that Tripathi who should resign instead On Wednesday BHU’s dean of students MK Singh had taken additional charge as a proctor until a formal appointment for the post To make amends the BHU vice-chancellor also announced his decision to appoint senior girl students of the physical education and sports departments as women security personnel under the "earn while learn" scheme of the university The Times of India reported Despite the fact that a spate of decisions been taken recently showing the inclusion of women into university affairs the atmosphere on the campus of the 101-year-old BHU in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi continues to remain tense A woman student was beaten up by police personnel during the protests on 23 September night when students demanded to meet the vice-chancellor Speaking on the violent protests on the campus Tripathi had stirred up the hornet’s nest when he toldThe Indian Express that if the complaints and demands of every girl were to be listened to he will not be able to run the university The Times of India report also said a high-level official report on the recent violence and arson in the BHU noted that proper and timely communication with protesting girl students by the varsity administration could have prevented the problem from escalating Despite his explanations the BHU vice-chancellor who is in the Opposition’s line of fire and has made some controversial comments allegedly trivialising the molestation incident is in the eye of the storm The BHU vice-chancellor was also quoted as saying "Boys will be boys" and "Forget about what happened Why don’t you stop stepping out after 6 pm if you dislike such things You are a girl don’t try to become a boy (by stepping out after sunset)" The vice-chancellor also justified strict curfew timings in girls’ hostel and alleged gender biases by saying that the security of girls and boys can never be at par By: Express News Service | Surat | Published: September 17 2017 5:31 am Uttarakhand Police has also arrested the owners of the Gangotri Charitable hospital Amit and Jivan Raut (Representational) Top News Surat police arrested a Surat-based timber merchant for his alleged involvement in an interstate kidney racket The accused has been handed over to Uttarakhand Police on a three-day transit remand after he was produced before a Surat court Jagdish Patel a timber merchant from Hojiwala estate was arrested from his Surat home after the city’s crime branch received a complaint from Uttarakhand Police following the questioning of one Tejas Patel in Dehradun Tejas was apprehended by Uttarakhand Police during raids at Gangotri Charitable Hospital in Dehradun During interrogation told the police that he had come to get a kidney transplant on the advice of Jagdish Patel his business partner Surat Crime Branch Sub-Inspector C H Panara said “Tejas had told Jagdish that doctors had advised him to get his kidney replaced Jagdish spoke to some of his friends in Nadiad and through someone came to know about a hospital in Dehradun where kidneys were transplanted Few days ago Jagdish and Tejas along with a donor from Anand went to Dehradun to get the kidney transplanted All of them reached the hospital but the kidney could not be transplanted after which Jagdish returned to Surat leaving Tejas at the hospital In the meantime Tejas was caught during raids at the hospital We are in touch with Uttarakhand Police to get more information if anybody else from Surat is involved in the racket” Uttarakhand Police has also arrested the owners of the Gangotri Charitable hospital Amit and Jivan Raut The hospital came under scanner of the police a few days ago when they intercepted four people in a car near Saptrishi check-post in Haridwar On interrogation the four — one a resident of Gujarat — had revealed that they had arrived in Dehradun for a kidney transplant at the hospital Dehradun SSP Nivedita Kukreti said “We have arrested a few people including the Raut brothers who were running the kidney racket During investigations we have come across name of Jagdish Patel involved in this racket as he had met Amit Raut over five to six times Amit confessed that he knew Jagdish Patel Tejas Patel who was found in the hospital is Jagdish’s friend” Kukreti added “At present it is difficult to say anything but once Jagdish comes to Dehradun we will interrogate him and judge his involvement in the racket and how he helped the Raut brothers” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kshitij Rawat | New Delhi | Published: August 18 2017 7:43 pm Nicole Kidman starrer The Killing of a Sacred Deer looks unsettling Related News There has never been a better time for indie or independent movies These small budget movies that are not backed by any big Hollywood studio are now getting the recognition they deserve Many people now want to have that raw innovative and quality cinematic experience the summer blockbusters fail to provide This year there has been a surge of successful films that were independently made Get Out and A Ghost Story instantly come to mind Both are horror movies that avoid the conventional tropes and jump scares These films are not different just for the sake of it They bring something new and refreshing to the table Latest in the series of these indie horror movies is The Killing of a Sacred Deer directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and starring Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman The former actor has worked before with Yorgos Lanthimos in his widely-acclaimed The Lobster The film is still a couple of months away but you can get the hang of what to expect from its trailer The trailer starts with a girl singing Elli Goulding’s hit song “Burn” The voice is out of tune but most likely that is deliberate The visuals are unsettling You see shots that disturb you but nothing that gives the plot away A foreboding tune begins to saturate the trailer and all the while the girl keeps singing Ellie Goulding’s “Burn” in a discordant voice This is a great trailer that provides not only hints for the viewers but also leaves the job of connecting the dots to them Of course it would not have been possible if it were a commercial film in which case the director would be forced to show the most exciting parts of the film to lure people to the theaters The film will release in the United States on October 27 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: Everyone has had a say in what led to the huge shakeout at Infosys with many observers and analysts blaming co-founder NR Narayana Murthy for rocking the boat while some others throwing pointed questions at the board of directors which failed to stick up for Vishal Sikka until it was too late Sikka’s sudden resignation as CEO and MD at Infosys has thrown the company into a tailspin But what do the investors of Infosys think Do they blame the old guard and their frugality mantra for the loss of thousands of crores in market valuation at the IT bellwether in a matter of days or are they beginning to see the layers behind Infosys’ tussle with corporate governance issues in recent months As the markets opened on Monday many self-styled pundits had predicted that the Infosys scrip will rise given a buyback announcement just a day after Sikka created the furore with his resignation Well until now they have been proved wrong This report says shares of Infosys plunged 439 percent in early trade as several brokerages downgraded the stock after the resignation of Sikka Infosys also hit its lowest level in two years Whether the lukewarm response of shareholders who are being rewarded with a generous buyback offer after the Sikka shock is due to the warning by brokerages or due to their own skepticism remains to be seen But one thing is clear: The entire tussle between the CEO and the promoters and the ambiguity over what exactly is the corporate philosophy at Infosys has taken a toll on shareholder wealth and on their confidence in this blue chip Shareholders are probably hurt and certainly confused at the turn of events It is another matter that the timing of the buyback despite Sikka’s resignation preceding it by just a day is also raising the hackles of some Put simply the buyback price may not have been as attractive as it seemed on Saturday had Sikka’s resignation a day before not plunged the Infosys scrip to historic lows Reuters Anyway the biggest culprit in introducing this uncertainty at Infosys is perhaps its board of directors Why did the board staffed with eminent persons with known corporate background not take up cudgels on Sikka’s behalf all this while if it believed Sikka to be right about there being no fall in corporate governance standards Why did it not send a public signal to founders led by Murthy to back off and show confidence in the leadership through other means Why did the board decide to literally develop a spine only after Sikka announced his resignation on Friday Murthy has been making public allegations against the way Infosys has been functioning under Sikka for months but never has the board made its stand clear in public Some news reports (read one in The Indian Express here) have suggested that Chairman R Seshasayee and Murthy did not get along well And some others (read a report in the Mint here) have suggested that Sikka and Co-Chairman Ravi Venkatesan did not see eye to eye With such deep divisions within the board and its relations with the founders fractured as these reports suggest is it a wonder that the board was unable to clearly stand behind one individual in this battle of egos Perhaps as The Indian Express suggests it is indeed time to restructure the board completely to reboot Infosys Several worthies sitting there as directors need to bow out Sandeep Agarwal and Pranav Kshatriya at brokerage Edeweiss said in a note to clients this morning that a spate of resignations over the past three years has anyway created a significant leadership vacuum in Infosys’ management They also said that the board of directors may not have full confidence of investors “The company’s press release citing Mr Murthy’s charges as primary reason for the CEO’s resignation highlights the broken bridges between the founder and the board of directors It also indicates that the board may not have full confidence of investors and any prospective CEO from outside could be apprehensive under such circumstances” The brokerage has downgraded the Infosys scrip Not just the board perhaps Sikka should have answered some probing questions on the way he went about dismissing allegations of mis-governance The sore point has been the acquisition of Israeli firm Panaya which Murthy questioned stridently and which perhaps was the last nail in the coffin for Sikka’s Infosys tenure If nothing was found amiss even by independent fault finders why not make the report on Panaya acquisition public Why not address queries on key officials involved in this deal quitting as soon as the probe was over This single lapse should be enough for the board to question its own motives not those of Murthy One can accuse the founder of imposing his cultural value on a company he helped build from scratch but not of raising valid objections on governance standards at Infosys The way ahead for Infosys will neither be easy nor will it have to travel a short distance to reinvent The company needs to reboot completely Finding the right CEO and MD itself is a daunting task given the tussle between what the founders expect and what the shareholders probably want to see in the new leader Then Infosys needs to stem the tide of exits at senior and mid-levels by instilling confidence in its people about the way forward Last but not the least Infosys now needs to follow up on established industry leading practices to keep ahead of its peers even if that means following the Sikka legacy By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 2 2017 11:45 am Moto Z2 Play features 55-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display and 12MP laser & dual autofocus camera Related News Lenovo-owned Motorola has launched its second generation Moto Z2 Play smartphone in the US Dubbed the Moto Z2 Play this phone features a 55-inch full-HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) Super AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection It is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 626 processor clocked at 22GHz Motorola Moto Z2 Play comes in two models a 3GB RAM and 32GB storage variant and 4GB RAM and 64GB storage option Users will also have an option of microSD card expansion of up to 2TB The Moto Z2 Play boasts of a 12-megapixel primary rear camera with laser & dual autofocus lens f/17 aperture and dual-LED flash On the front there is a 5-megapixel wide-angle selfie shooter and also features dual-LED flash just like the rear camera Motorola is calling it a colour correlated temperature (CCT) dual-LED flash which will take natural shots Like previous Moto smartphones this new Moto Z2 Play also features fingerprint sensor on the home button and this one comes with water repellent nano-coating It runs on Android 711 Nougat out-of-the-box and packs a 3000mAh battery with USB Type-C and Turbo charging The company notes that it can charge 50 percent in just 30 minutes In addition to the Moto Z2 Play Lenovo has also launched four new Moto Mods The new JBL SoundBoost 2 and the TurboPower Pack come at $79 The new Moto Shells with wireless charging start from $39 Finally a new Moto GamePad is priced at $79 Except the Moto GamePad all other Moto Mods will go on sale in July in US The GamePad is expected to launch later this summer Moto Z2 Play will launch in the US in early July for $499 Pricing and availability of the phone for other markets will be revealed closer to the launch There’s no word on India launch yet For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News

which was proposed by the state but rejected last year. Bablu,the DDA disconnected the line on May 24, He had come to witness the final rites of Syedna with his father Abbas Kalolwala and two acquaintances from Pune.Raygavhia? the tough negotiations over the GST rate will reflect exactly the tension the chief ministers will face.It may be entirely possible that the scheme is better targeted in Kerala than calculations based on the Tendulkar line, henceRavallion concludesmy estimates of the leakage to the non-poor is really an artifact of the data Ravallion and the critics will be right if the non-poor receiving benefits were close to the poverty line It is nobodys case that the Tendulkar poverty line is sacrosanctso people with incomes some percentage points above the poverty line are poor according to most sensible definitions Howeverto be noted is the contention by supporters of the programme that MGNREGA is meant really for the poorest of the poor Aruna Roymember of the National Advisory Council and a strong advocate of the schemespelt out the wishthe intent and the purpose of the programme almost three years ago: NREGA evolved out of a political response to a peoples movement and the articulated needs of rural workers It put the peoples right to seek work in a legal frameworkand approached development through the economic and social empowerment of the poor and the marginalised The focus was clear: work must be provided on demand The assets created should benefit the poorest and most marginalised communities first (Dalitsthe Poor and NREGA The Hindu August 272009) What is clear in the language and intent of the Act is that MGNREGA is an income supplement scheme for the poorest of the poorthat isthose individuals who are in desperate need of incomes and are willing to do unskilled manual work MGNREGA 20 is in the worksand upon receiving recommendations for the sameJairam Rameshminister in chargestated that the scheme was meant for our self-selecting poorest people (emphasis added) The table documents the consumptionincome and wealth levels of MGNREGA beneficiaries in 2009-10 Estimates are based on the NSS 2009-10 survey; this survey had a special set of questions on participation in the programme and the results broadly match the numbers published by the Ministry of Rural Development Five facts suggest that far from being for the poorest of the poorthe MGNREGA programme is not even for the poor or the near-poor Fact 1: Sixty per cent of the beneficiaries are non-poor Fact 2: The non-poor receive 17 per cent more workdays than the poor Fact 3: The MGNREGA non-poor are in the top third of the consumption distribution of rural Indians at the 66th percentile compared to the 14th percentile for the poor beneficiaries The poor who do participate are right in the middle of the poverty distributionso at least this aspect of the programme is working well Presumablythey are also doing whatever work is being done It is unlikely that someone belonging to the top third of the distribution is indulging in desperate backbreaking work for low wages Fact 4: The expenditure patterns of the poor and non-poor beneficiaries are revealing The poor spend Rs 62 per household per year on jewellery The non-poor MGNREGA beneficiaries spend close to eight times that amountor Rs 487 a year For the MGNREGA non-poorfully 14 per cent goes towards purchase of jewellerycompared to only 2 per cent for the MGNREGA poor Fact 5: On an all-India basissome Rs 8830 crore were paid as wages to the MGNREGA non-poor; and some Rs 1260 crore went towards jewellery purchases The poverty expertRavallionhad made the point that the non-poor were most likely those that were temporarily poor It is unlikely that an income emergency leads people to go and buy jewelleryor that temporary poverty means that your expenditure level is in the top third of all rural Indians Jairam Rameshplease note the facts suggest that something is drastically wrong in MGNREGAlanda programme meantin your own wordsfor the poorest The scheme was outdated on inception some five years ago MGNREGA 20 should really be MGNREGA 00 It would be much better to implement a cash-transfer scheme for the genuine poor identified through Aadharthan to be caught in a puritanical trap that only encourages corruption The writer is chairman of Oxus Investmentsan emerging market advisory firm For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 8 2017 5:56 pm Sood had retired as a principal scientist from Pusa Institute’s nuclear science department on March 31 at the age of 62 and was living with his two younger siblings at an abandoned government quarter (Representational Image) Related News The mentally disturbed siblings of a retired scientist were found living with his decomposing corpse in west Delhi’s Inderpuri the police said on Friday On Thursday the police were informed by the field officer of the Pusa Institute Sonu Kumar of a foul smell emanating from one of the quarters on the campus Kumar told the police that as he traced the source of the foul smell to the quarter of retired scientist Yashvir Sood he attempted to enter the house but Sood’s sister did not let him in He then informed the police who arrived at the spot forcibly entered Sood’s house and found the scientist’s decomposing body lying on a bed It is suspected that Sood died of malnutrition around three-four days ago but his two younger siblings Harish and Kamla both said to be mentally disturbed did not inform anyone of his demise Deputy Commissioner of Police (West) Vijay Kumar said Sood had retired as a principal scientist from Pusa Institute’s nuclear science department on March 31 at the age of 62 and was living with his two younger siblings at an abandoned government quarter he said adding that the police could not trace any other family member Sood’s father was also a scientist at the institute The police have learnt that Sood was an alcoholic and was under severe depression before his retirement Sood’s siblings have been admitted to the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) by the police Sood had not withdrawn a single penny either from his pension or gratuity funds For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe AAP Friday named 35 more people contesting the Lok Sabha polls fielding former BJP leader Kanubhai Kalasariya from Bhavnagar in Gujarat AAP supporters AFP The Aam Aadmi Party said nine of the candidates will contest in Andhra Pradesh four in Bihar eight in Gujarat three in Punjab two in Rajasthan and nine in Rajasthan With the release of its 12th list the AAP has so far announced a total of 385 candidates for the 545-seat Lok Sabha The party had recently declared 26 candidates for 10 states and one union territory — Bihar (6) Tamil Nadu (8) Uttar Pradesh (4)and one each for Maharashtra Sikkim Tripura Manipur Mizoram Punjab Rajasthan and the Union Territory of Puducherry The list included Anti-nuclear activist SP Udayakumar who will be the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)candidate from Kanyakumari A prior list included former CNN journalist Anita Pratap equality, and they’re very interesting and I would like to thank Rakesh.Ashram and Dwarka among other places.

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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: February 22, Christened "Operation White Coat", The cuts given to the doctors and smaller hospitals is generally 10 percent.