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Hanif said. having defeated them 21-19 in the first tie in Mumbai, Hockey Bengaluru lost to Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu (HUT) 0-1, Ishant Sharma,but his injuries were too severe and he died within a few hours after being admitted, said dean of Sion Hospital Dr Suleman Merchant Twenty-six year old Jiya Ansari an electrician from Dharavisuffered serious head injuries and a fracture on his left femur He is on life support and his condition is serious The train was extremely crowded I had to get off before my brother and I feel terrible that I wasnt around to help him when the accident happened?Delhi, We do not have basic track suits and running shoes for our children here.

expected student strength in each school along with the distance from existing nearest school. Of 1, Then," the ministry said in a statement.we have a culture of unnecessary competition." Paswan said. In the Bihar Assembly polls, told reporters.” said Cheka who has an experience of 43 bouts under him and 32 wins in them.the state government has decided to reduce the impact fee rates substantially.

2012 3:16 am Related News The issue of slumdwellers?the boy found one of his cell phones which the thieves could not lay their hands on and called up his father,who runs a poultry business,” Solanki said that if the state government did not listen to their demand for a probe by a sitting judge, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | Nagpur | Updated: October 3, skipper of home team Mushfiqur Rahim has said ahead of the second Test which begins at Chittagong starting on Monday. a romantic-musical,the Bangalore Urban region received 29.which was restored by the best British architects and builders.” he added. The regular shooting will commence from the first week of August To be directed by Vakkantham Vamsi the film also stars Tamil actors Arjun Sarja and Sarath Kumar in crucial roles Naa Peru Surya will be the debut film of its director Vakkantham Vamsi He has earlier written stories for successful movies like Kick Race Gurram Yevadu Temper Arjun Sarja is a critically acclaimed actor who is known for films like Jai Hind (1994) Karnaa (1995) and the crime drama film Kurudhipunal – all three in Tamil Sarathkumar plays the main antagonist The film has music by Bollywood music director duo Vishal-Shekhar and National award-winning cinematographer Rajeev Ravi will crank the camera He won the National Award for Best Cinematography for Liar’s Dice film which was directed by Geetu Mohandas It starred Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Geetanjali Thapa Anu is currently shooting for yet-untitled Telugu project with actor and younger brother of actor turned politician Chiranjeevi Pawan Kalyan For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 5 2017 9:03 am The actor who was present here along with Manik Davar Chairman of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival Brinda Milar festival director among others lit the lamp to open the 18th Kala Ghoda Festival Top News Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor said on Saturday that as an actor and performer he understands the value and appreciation of the audience The actor who was present here along with Manik Davar Chairman of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival Brinda Milar festival director among others lit the lamp to open the 18th Kala Ghoda Festival Attending the Kala Ghoda Festival for the first time Shahid appreciated the organiser for arranging such a huge show for the last 18 years and said: “As an actor I understand the value of audience” “I am glad that budding artistes are getting opportunity to perform before a humongous audience In our city (Mumbai) Kala Ghoda has become an unofficial art district I am very excited to experience the festival All I want to urge is please bring more people to the festival and support art and artistes” The evening started with some beautiful dance performancesRajeshwari Vaidyanathan and Shannon Benjamin performed a Tango followed by a repeat performance of traditional Malkham by public demand by Victorian School for the Blind before Shahid arrived at the venue Also performing are singer Sukhwinder Singh Flamenco dancer Paris Laxmi a play by Anupam Kher and Neena Gupta an exclusive dinner experience by Ranveer Brar screening of the iconic film “Sholay” followed by a conversation with open audience conducted by Farah Khan Starting Saturday the festival will continue till February 12 at Kala Ghoda Shahid Kapoor will next be seen in Padmavati co-starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh The actor expressed his unhappiness over the attack on Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Jaipur when the latter was shooting for the film there For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Published: April 10 2017 7:38 am Activists guarding the trees in front of Kasturba Gandhi Vasahat on Aundh Road Saturday Express photo Top News A group of activists sat through the night guarding the trees in front of Kasturba Gandhi Vasahat on Aundh Road Saturday The activists said they were forced to take the extreme step as they had “lost faith in the authorities after four trees were felled on Friday in the wee hours” for Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) road-widening project — from Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) to Bremen Chowk Even during the day some members were seen guarding the trees “We will continue to protest by guarding trees unless the authorities come to us or set up a meeting to hear our concerns We are not against development of the city Our fight is against unplanned development at the cost of environment Our fight is against their negligence to tree plantation and failure to implement the Tree Act” said Makarand Shende one of the activists Shende is one of the members of Area Sabha Association of Pune (ASAP) which has been following with the PMC from August last year for implementation of the Tree Act Other protesting ASAP members include Vinod Jain Swapna Narayan Ravindra Sinha Anupam Saraf Akhilesh Bhandari and Satya The members are being backed by the Bhosale Nagar Mohalla Committee Aundh Mohalla Committee and Baner-Pashan Mohalla Committee Residents of Kasturba slum have also been offering the protesting activists tea and water throughout the night “We haven’t been briefed on how and why the authorities reached the figure of 35 trees wherein they plan to cut 20 trees replant six trees and retain nine trees falling between the stretch All these trees are more than 100 years old” said Shende Preeti Sinha from PMC garden department said “Whatever is being done is with due permission These trees are coming between road-widening As per the requirement 20 trees need to be cut and six need to be replanted” ASAP co-ordinator Narayan said in a meeting held between PMC commissioner and Tree Authority chairman Kunal Kumar and ASAP members on March 16 the members had demanded that scientific-based statistical analysis on long-term social and environmental impact of every development project should be made public before starting any work “We were also assured that the Tree Act will be implemented with immediate effect” added Narayan “In December first week last year the PMC commissioner had assured that 1000 trees will be planted on the Devnadi riverbed within a week It’s been four months and they have barely planted 250 trees Why is the administration failing to complete such a simple task If they would have succeeded in planting trees across the city this situation wouldn’t have arrived We will not allow this haphazard cutting of trees and will continue to protest If needed we will also take legal action” said Shende For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: September 3 2017 9:50 am There were reports about Narendra Modi giving Patole an earful at MPs’ meeting Related News Bhandara-Gondia BJP MP Nana Patole who raised a storm on Friday by saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn’t like to take questions and that the PM had even asked him to shut up when he had tried to raise some issues at a meeting said a day later that he was quoted out of context by the media On Saturday Patole said “I was selectively quoted by the media I was speaking about not just my party’s government and my CM but all successive governments and CMs while making the point that necessary things are not being done to ameliorate the condition of farmers Why didn’t you people report that” He added “I said the CM had called state MPs’ meeting twice in the last three years I said such meetings are of use only when the government hammers out proper proposals to get maximum share from the Centre I also said Maharashtra despite generating maximum revenue always gets less share from the Centre This I had said about all the CMs till date and not exclusively Devendra Fadnavis” READ |PM Modi doesn’t like to take questions: Maharashtra BJP MP Nana Patole Asked about the PM not taking questions and asking him to shut up at a party MPs’ meeting Patole said “The PM has the authority to say things which he deems fit” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGurugram: In a shocking case the parents of a seven-year-old girl who died of dengue after undergoing treatment at the Fortis Hospital in Gurugram were allowed to take their daughter’s dead body after paying the exorbitant bill of Rs 18 lakh Residents of West Delhi’s Dwarka the parents of the deceased have alleged that the hospital staff kept their daughter on ventilator for three days despite she had stopped responding to the treatment The child died on 14 September 2017 Union Health Minister JP Nadda later called for details of the case and assured to look into the matter "Please provide me details on hfwminister@govin We will take all the necessary action" said Nadda in a tweet As the information about this case went viral the hospital immediately issued a statement regarding the patient According to the hospital Adya was brought to Gurgaon’s Fortis Memorial Research Institute from another private hospital on the morning of 31 August 2017 "She was admitted with severe dengue which progressed to dengue shock syndrome and was managed on IV fluids and supportive treatment as there was a progressive fall in platelet count and hemoconcentration" said the hospital in a statement File image of Fortis hospital Image credit: Official website of Fortis As her condition deteriorated she had to be put on ventilator support within 48 hours "The family was kept informed of the critical condition of the child and the poor prognosis in these situations As a process we counselled the family daily on the condition of the child On 14 September 2017 the family decided to take her away from the hospital against medical advice (LAMA – Leave Against Medical Advice) and she succumbed the same day" said the statement Stating that there was nothing wrong at their end Fortis said that all standard medical protocols were followed in treating the patient and all clinical guidelines were adhered to "An itemised bill spread over 20 pages was explained and handed over to the family at the time of their departure from the hospital Patient was treated in the Paediatric ICU (PICU) for 15 days and was critical right from the time of admission requiring Intensive monitoring" said the statement "Treatment during these 15 days included mechanical ventilation high frequency ventilation continuous renal replacement therapy intravenous antibiotics inotropes sedation and analgesiaA Care of ventilated patients in ICU requires a high number of consumables as per globally accepted infection control protocols All consumables are transparently reflected in records and charged as per actuals" Fortis Hospital also said that they have been in touch with the family to address their concerns and remain available for any further support required "We understand the grief of the bereaved family and our heartfelt condolences go out to them" Jammu: National Conference President Farooq Abdullah on Thursday called for summit-level talks between India and Pakistan to make "a new beginning" towards heralding peace and harmony in the sub-continent "We favour summit-level talks between India and Pakistan The leadership of both countries should rise to the occasion and make a new beginning in heralding peace and harmony in the sub-continent" Abdullah said He said "bitterness and hostilities of the past" should not be allowed to hover over future of generations as a "dark shadow" "People of India and Pakistan have the right to lead a dignified peaceful and prosperous life which entails peace on the borders and spirit of good neighbourly relations between the two countries" Abdullah said while winding up a four-day tour of border Poonch and Rajouri districts National Conference chief DrFarooq Abdullah AFP Addressing a workers meeting in Poonch town he said the "traumatic" border shelling over the years especially last year had left people living a life of insecurity He said perpetual fear and element of uncertainty were detrimental to overall growth of those residing on borders "Damage caused to life and property continues to haunt the people who are yearning for peace and tranquility" he said and lauded their courage for braving the brunt of hostilities Border-dwellers had benefited from the ceasefire agreement arrived at during the tenure of Atal Bihari Vajpayee as Prime Minister Abdullah said and hoped that spirit would be a guiding force in normalising relations between India and Pakistan He said the people of Jammu and Kashmir will be main beneficiaries of such a bold initiative Responding to concerns of border-dwellers over their land holdings remaining uncultivated due to border fencing the former chief minister urged the army to work out a mechanism so that farmers are able to cultivate their land for sustenance He also stressedon the need for immediate disbursement of compensation to those whose properties were damaged due to border shelling besides incessant rains and the flash floods of 2014 Stressing on the need for maintaining brotherhood especially in the wake of an "orchestrated campaign unleashed by divisive forces" to disturb communal harmony for their "petty political interests" the National Conference President said a befitting reply to them would further strengthen religious and regional unity Written by C Raja Mohan | Updated: May 31 2016 10:43 am Narendra Modi Top News Their presenceat the G-7 summit at Ise-Shima Japan last week was hardly noticed in India But among the six leaders of the developing world present in the outreach session were Sheikh Hasina prime minister of Bangladesh and Maithripala Sirisena president of Sri Lanka The Japanese invitation to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka underlines the remarkable rise in Tokyo’s strategic interest in the Subcontinent It also highlights the growing salience of South Asian nations on the international stage Japan is a late entrant to this game; China has already begun to integrate India’s neighbours into its larger international and regional strategies The $ 46 billion China-Pakistan economic corridor is only one example In another Beijing has given Colombo and Kathmandu the status of a “dialogue partner” in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation As other powers begin to devote quality time to engaging South Asian nations big and small Delhi must lend additional depth and energy to its current “neighbourhood first” strategy Above all it must come to terms with the unfolding globalisation of the Subcontinent Much of the international discourse on South Asia often gets reduced to the India-Pakistan relations; this only helps mask the significance of the other nations in the region And the reference to them as “smaller nations” of the region is largely inaccurate In terms of population size Bangladesh is the eighth largest in the world with its numbers standing at more than 160 million Afghanistan (33mn) Nepal (29mn) and Sri Lanka (21mn) are at 40th 46th and 57th positions respectively Only Bhutan and Maldives with their populations below 1 mn may be termed as mini states Since independence India has been compelled to pay special attention to a Pakistan that punched way above its weight in the world An Islamic identity critical geopolitical location association with Western military alliances and the possession of nuclear weapons have given Pakistan much weight in regional affairs India has also devoted considerable energy towards Afghanistan that has been at the centre of the Great Game for more than two centuries It has become a vital part of India’s strategy towards Pakistan and the battle against violent religious extremism With its focus on the Af-Pak region however Delhi has tended to miss the growing strategic significance of the other nations in the neighbourhood Bangladesh is today one of the fastest growing economies of the world and is open to massive investments in the infrastructure sector No wonder China and Japan are competing vigorously for project contracts in Bangladesh Both Beijing and Tokyo also see the country as the fulcrum of the eastern subcontinent and a bridge between South Asia China and South East Asia Long viewed as India’s buffers to the north Bhutan and Nepal have now become theatres of contestation with China To the South Sri Lanka is rediscovering its central location in the Indian Ocean as all major powers like China US and Japan pay unprecedented attention to Colombo Maldives which straddles the vital sea lines of communication in the Indian Ocean has now become a highly coveted piece of maritime real estate as China turns its gaze upon the Indian Ocean The new geopolitical dynamism animating all corners of South Asia poses a number of important challenges for India One Delhi no longer has the luxury of viewing the region as India’s “backyard” It must begin to recognise the growing gulf between its claims of primacy in the region and the growing economic political and military influence of China in the Subcontinent Two the new international opportunities have allowed the ruling elites in our neighbourhood to pursue greater “strategic autonomy” from India This means Delhi will have to work harder than ever before to retain its historic leverages in the neighbourhood Three the economic geography of the Subcontinent was inherently in India’s favour Partition the inward economic orientation of socialist India and the neglect of connectivity and commerce at and across the frontiers has seen Delhi squander many of the inherited advantages Modi’s India is trying hard to compensate but the scale and scope of its initiativesare no match to the Chinese efforts to reconfigure the economic geography of the Subcontinent Four India’s “neighbourhood first” strategy is complicated by its deep involvement in the internal politics of the South Asian nations Unlike in the past those who resent India’s intervention don’t have to merely lump it They have countered it by seeking intervention of other powers Delhi therefore will have to rethink the nature of its intervention in the internal affairs of its neighbours Last but not the least India must stop seeing itself as the “lone ranger” in South Asia While it must necessarily compete with rival powers when they threaten its interests it must also learn to collaborate with friendly powers wherever possible in shaping the regional environment This requires a new mindset in Delhi that focuses on strategic regional outcomes rather than the right to unilateral means The writer is Director Carnegie India and contributing editor on foreign affairs for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Amritsar | Published: May 31 2017 2:50 am SGPC has decided to facilitate the participation of Sarbat Khalsa-appointed Jathedars and other radical Sikh outfits at an Akal Takht event in order to observe Operation Blue Star ceremony “peacefully” on June 6?

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