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gospel singer Sonam Kalra and Mercan Dade,By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 4 Two-child norm for population control To check the unabated population growth in Assam, leading by a slender two points but Sourabh soon turned the tables with a four-point burst and then reached 7-3 in a jiffy. But Berlin was already furious over the jailing in February of Deniz Yucel,while Deepak owns a shop selling car accessories, Additional DCP (Outer) P Karunakaran said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 25 2016 1:56 am The police investigations revealed that security hawaldar Prabhakar Vaze (50) and seven others allegedly collected the corresponding answersheets from them before passing them on to the students for a fee ranging between Rs 10000 and Rs 20000 each Related News THE Bhandup police probe into the engineering exam scam has revealed that two more clerks attached with Mumbai University (MU) are still at large According to the police the two clerks who were hired at the Kalina campus on a contract basis “fled” on May 20 after the initial arrests in the case The police investigations revealed that security hawaldar Prabhakar Vaze (50) and seven others allegedly collected the corresponding answersheets from them before passing them on to the students for a fee ranging between Rs 10000 and Rs 20000 each Read |Exam racket: Mumbai university transfers 138officials The Mumbai Police on Tuesday wrote to MU asking them to submit details of the students whose serial numbers have been found on the 92 seized answersheets “We have additionally asked the university officials to internally assess the number of students who have taken the exams this past year and how many marksheets are currently missing from the examination house of the Kalina campus from where exam papers were leaked” said an investigator Read |MU engineering exam racket busted: To avoid suspicion accused used 15-minute window to steal returnanswersheets Officers claimed that there was “no system” to ascertain the total number of students who have currently and previously appeared for the exams However MU refuted the claims of the police “We have all the data for this year and the preceding years If the police ask us for the data we will share it with them” said M A Khan MU registrar and spokesperson Share This Article Related Article Khan added that the police have not shared the details of the identified employees with them yet “We will decide our course of action and cooperate with the police whenever the details are shared with us” he added “Our probe indicates that there are more than three subjects in the engineering course at the university for which the answersheets were removed for manipulation” said a senior police officer Zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police Vinaykumar Rathod said the investigators have found five more answersheets during the course of the probe taking the total seizures to 97 answersheets The police probe further revealed that the accused specifically selected the engineering exam papers as these were the only subjects that got evaluated online since December 2013 he added “Vaze was entrusted with carrying the answersheets in and out of the university’s campus in Kalina He would carry them out in a bag The papers were taken out of the examination hall before they would be scanned Once the answersheets are scanned their hard copies are of no use Hence the MU employees would give the papers for not more than two days to fill up the blank spaces that were deliberately left behind by the students” a senior investigator said An MU spokesperson said there is “on-screen checking” for all engineering papers including the subject of Applied Mathematics whose marksheets were found in the possession of the accused [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Published: January 10 2017 3:11 am Top News The Delhi Police Tuesday declared a notice — asking a 19-year-old who had filed a road rage complaint to bring “two independent witnesses from a higher caste” to invoke the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act against the accused — null and void The Indian Express had on Monday reported about the notice being issued to the 19-year-old whose father is an assistant sub-inspector Read |Police issue notice ask youth to produce ‘high-caste witnesses’ The Dalit boy identified as Jatin a student of St Stephen’s College was assaulted by two men after an accident in Karawal Nagar on January 2 In the FIR he alleged that the accused used “caste-based slurs” against him Watch What Else Is making News Joint Commissioner of Police (eastern range) Satish Golcha said the notice will no longer have a bearing on the case “The notice to bring two independent high caste witnesses is highly inappropriate We are inquiring and will take action accordingly The victim is not required to bring such witnesses” said the JCP A senior police officer said the investigation was started afresh and the investigating officer (IO) in the case was pulled up “The IO was pulled up for not informing the victim and his family after one of the accused was arrested When the victim acquired the pictures of the two accused from social media the IO did not look at the photos” said the officer As reported by The Indian Express the notice titled “Order to produce document or article under 91 CrPC” was undersigned by ASI Harbir Singh — the investigating officer in the case For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 11 2016 6:18 pm New Zealand’s Eric Murray and Hamish Bond have never been beaten in the eight years (Source: AP) Top News You may have to wait until halfway through the medal race to see why defending Olympic champions Eric Murray and Hamish Bond have never been beaten in the eight years they have competed in the men’s pair When rowing becomes a journey through pain and lactic acid and other crews start losing pace the blond New Zealanders tend to keep theirs pulling away from the field stroke by stroke until the TV cameras struggle to fit the second-place boat in the same shot Arguably the best rowers ever Murray 34 and Bond 30 head into the men’s pair final set for Thursday with 68 consecutive wins since 2009 including two in the qualifying heats in Rio de Janeiro So what do they do differently from other crews “We’re just better looking” Murray joked to The Associated Press after the semifinals Tuesday “Honestly we don’t do a hell of a lot differently We train hard; they train hard We just try to refine our technique and our training philosophy that makes us go fast” Known as the “Kiwi pair” in the rowing world Murray and Bond are in a category of their own As physically fit as anyone they also have the mental strength to win even when they’re not having a good day In the semifinals they looked relaxed throughout the 2-kilometer course even as their opponents were clenching their teeth and grimacing in red-faced agony After the race they leisurely rowed back down the side of the course while the other crews were recovering in the finish area bent over their boats gasping for oxygen An interesting feature of the Murray-Bond phenomenon is they rarely lead a race from start to finish Sometimes they’re even in last place at the 500-meter mark and you start wondering whether this is it they’re done the spell is broken Then the battle with fatigue kicks in and other boats start seeing their stroke rate go down “Whereas the New Zealand pair just keep the pace from the start and then go quicker” said Eelco Meenhorst who coaches Dutch pair Roel Braas and Mitchel Steenman “Nobody can do that” Except Murray and Bond Meenhorst said one of the secrets behind their supremacy is their “power-to-weight” ratio They are as strong as the biggest rowers but lighter giving them a weight advantage on the water He noted that Braas a 6-foot-6 (2-meter) mountain of muscle weighs 220 pounds (100 kilograms) while Bond is just 187 pounds (85 kilograms) Still the New Zealander rows with nearly the same power “That makes a difference” Meenhorst said “Physically they are really really remarkable” In London French pair Germain Chardin and Dorian Mortelette were half a boat-length ahead of the Kiwis at 500 meters but the gap closed with each stroke and halfway through the course Murray and Bond were in front At 1500 meters the French were fighting for silver already trailing the Kiwi pair by 5 seconds Chardin and Mortelette will give it another go in Rio though they admit there’s nothing that suggests the New Zealand crew has gotten any easier to beat “From what I’ve seen for four years I don’t think so” Mortelette said “But there are boats which have got close” Pete Reed and Andy Hodge of Britain were just three-tenths of a second behind Murray and Bond in the 2010 world championships But they never got any closer than that and after three years of finishing second Reed and Hodge switched to the men’s four in time for the London Olympics _ a move that paid off with a gold medal They’re now racing in Britain’s eight Though Murray and Bond haven’t tasted defeat in the men’s pair it was a bitter loss in another event that paved the way for their current success Both were part of the men’s four that was expected to win the gold for New Zealand at the 2008 Olympics but didn’t even make the final That disappointment prompted Murray and Bond to break out into a pair and it was clear from the first races how well they clicked They kept improving thanks to a brutal training regime and years of fine-tuning little details to make the boat go quicker Murray said “We know what works” he said “We’ve got that eight years of experience over pretty much everybody else in our field” Though they gel perfectly in the boat Murray and Bond go their separate ways once it’s out of the water They have different lives and don’t really hang out outside working hours “I’ve got my family Hamish has got his partner and everything We don’t go and socialize and live in each other’s pockets” Murray said “We just make sure that we’re doing the business in one sense and then doing our own thing in the other” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Margao | Published: December 1 2016 10:06 pm FC Goa’s Sahil Tavora ensured victory for his side with a last gasp stunner (Source: ISL) Top News Young Indian player Sahil Tavora struck twice including a last-gasped stunner as FC Goa beat last edition champions Chennaiyin FC 5-4 in Indian Super League’s highest scoring nail-biting match in Goa In a match between last edition finalists which was also their respective final matches this season Goa prevailed over the Chennai side with 21-year-old Tavora firing in a screamer from the edge of the box into the Chennaiyin goal with just a few seconds left in the three-minute injury added time to end a dramatic match Coming as substitute at the start of the second half Tavora had scored his first goal of the match in the 68th minute Goa’s other goals came from Rafael Coelho (6th and 76th) and Joffre Gonzalez (21st) Jerry Lalrinzuala (4th) Dudu Omagbemi (28th) and John Arne Riise (88th) scored for Chennaiyin while Goa player Gregory Arnolin conceded an own goal Goa coached by legendary Brazillian footballer Zico ended their campaign on a high but they still finished at the bottom of the league table with 14 points from 14 matches (4 wins 2 draws 8 losses) In a way they avenged last year’s controversial summit clash at the same venue where Zico’s side ended as runners-up with Chennaiyin lifting the trophy Chennaiyin coached by Italian World Cup winner Marco Materazzi ended just one place above Goa at seventh place with 15 points from 14 matches (3 wins 6 draws 5 losses) Both sides were out of the reckoning for a play-offs berths and with nothing at stake they played freely and it was a goal fest and the nine goals scored today were the highest in the three-edition old ISL 18-year-old Jerry Lalrinzuala of Chennaiyin also became the youngest scorer in ISL 3 when he curled in a brilliant free-kick into Goa net in the fourth minute of the match A move from the middle saw Richarlyson Felisbino foul on Anrirudh Thapa just outside the box and Lalrinzuala sent the ball to the far corner of the net giving keeper Laxmikant Kattimani no chance to react The home team retaliated almost immediately and found the equaliser two minutes later when Joffre Gonzlez sent a brilliant pass to Rafael Coelho who sent the ball past an onrushing keeper into the net The visitors once again took the lead in the14th minute Thoi Singh made a run into the box from the right took a crack at the goal which keeper Kattimani blocked but the ball fell on the path of Anirudh Thapa whose shot deflected defender Gregory Arnolin and went in For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shombit Sengupta | Published: May 6, so Todd provides a similar skill set to Mitchell Santner in his absence.

see pics While ‘Haanikaarak Bapu’ and the title song ‘Dangal’ is gaining popularity among the listeners,he said. More from the world of Entertainment: Check out recent post of Tiger Shroff:? download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe big picture that can be said to have emerged from the Union Budget for 2017-18 is that it serves to confirm the fact that the government has no plans to ease the pain of demonetisation, have played pivotal roles for the team with the ball. And they had Stokes back. who played under Guardiola for four years. Meanwhile, the little red round thing refused to partake in any trickery. he says he ideally wants to land part-seam.

case in point being Jammu and Kashmir. and India’s similar fixation with Pakistan. As mentioned above the two-judge bench has issued a “simple notice” to the commissionerate which has to be answered by March 17. For all the latest Sports News, And the wise advice was to conquer his fears is ‘Jo Darr Gaya Samjho Marr Gaya’. cannot wait to see you as #Neerja on the 19th! #FearVsNeerja pictwittercom/Sd6K6cn4Zq — Athiya Shetty (@theathiyashetty) February 8 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Shanghai | Updated: October 10 2016 8:18 pm Wilfried Tsonga hasn’t played since retiring with a knee injury against Novak Djokovic at the US Open (Source: Reuters) Top News Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won for the first time since retiring from his quarterfinal match at the US Open beating Florian Mayer 6-3 6-2 Monday in the opening round of the Shanghai Masters Tsonga who lost to Novak Djokovic in the Shanghai final last year had 12 aces against Mayer and saved all five break points he faced The ninth-seeded Frenchman hasn’t played since retiring with a knee injury against Djokovic at the US Open last month after dropping the first two sets In other matches rising German star Alexander Zverev and his older brother Mischa both moved into the second round with straight-set victories Alexander ranked No 21 defeated John Isner 6-4 6-2 while Mischa who is coming off a quarterfinal appearance at last month’s Shenzhen Open beat Zhang Ze 6-1 6-2 Canadian qualifier Vasek Pospisil earned just his ninth victory of the season edging Ivo Karlovic 7-6 (5) 6-4 He will attempt to win back-to-back matches for the first time this year against either Grigor Dimitrov or Richard Gasquet who play their opening match on Tuesday Other winners included American qualifier Taylor Fritz who beat Stephane Robert of France 7-6 (2) 2-6 6-3 and Kyle Edmund of Britain who earned a measure of revenge after his country’s loss to Argentina in the Davis Cup semifinals by defeating Federico Delbonis 6-3 5-7 6-4 Djokovic the top-seeded player and three-time champion plays his first match since his runner-up finish at the US Open on Tuesday against Fabio Fognini of Italy The Serb withdrew from last week’s China Open where he is a six-time champion with an elbow injury For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published: March 1 2017 4:11 pm Mahesh Babu and director Koratala Siva Related News Tollywood prince Mahesh Babu signed three projects this year and it seems there is a change of plan for at least two of them Mahesh’s film with Janatha Garage fame Koratala Siva which was earlier planned to hit the floors in February has now been postponed to May as the actor dates clashed with his film with A R Murugadoss It was in no time that the 23rd project of Mahesh Babu Siva became the film with Tamil director Murugadoss and the former had no option but to chart out a new calendar The film with Siva tentatively titled Bharath Ane Nenu will start rolling from the first week of May It is also likely that the release date of the film which was planned for September 22 will get pushed The buzz is that the movie will have two female leads and Keerthy Suresh and Shruti Haasan are the frontrunners for the roles The message-oriented film under Siva’s direction will be Mahesh’s 24th film and their second collaboration after Srimanthudu DVV Entertainments will be bankrolling the movie The news is that the actor will be playing the role of a chief minister in the movie There were also rumours that the movie will have many big-ticket stars along with Mahesh In fact Nagarjuna’s name had also been mentioned in this regard However director Siva had laid all rumours to rest by dismissing any such idea “There are no fancy combos in my next film nor is it a multi-starrer I request all of you to ignore all the speculations” the director had said More from the world of Entertainment: Meanwhile the actor is already busy shooting his next film with director Murugadoss which will release on June 23 The action entertainer is being shot simultaneously in three languages — Telugu Tamil and Hindi on a huge budget of Rs 100 crore He had also signed another project with Vamshi Paidipally which gets the last slot among the three films For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Charlotte (north Carolina) | Updated: August 11 2017 12:33 pm Kevin Kisner said seven eight 14 and 15 were his must-have holes and sure enough he birdied them (Source: AP) Top News Kevin Kisner is not known for the length of his drive but he executed his game plan to perfection at the long rain-softened Quail Hollow layout on Thursday to emerge with a share of the first-round lead at the PGA Championship The slightly-built American finished on a high with a magnificent birdie after driving into the rough at the 18th to end up with a four-under 67 joining Dane Thorbjorn Olesen at the top of the leaderboard “There’s about four or five holes that I have to birdie to compete and I birdied them all today” the 33-year-old told reporters “So that’s kind of been my game plan Make a lot of pars and get to a par-five or one of those short par-fours (where) I can do my wedge game and get it to 10 or 12 feet That’s my plan” Kisner said seven eight 14 and 15 were his must-have holes and sure enough he birdied them The Southern Carolinian added another birdie at the par-three sixth for a three-in-a-row streak and the birdie at the tricky 18th put a cherry on top of his day Winner in Fort Worth this year for his second PGA Tour title Kisner said he was accustomed to having to plot his strategy to keep up with the long hitters “I’m going to say every course we play is a bomber’s course” he said “But if they are not playing from the fairway I wouldn’t want to be doing it The rough’s brutal I don’t care how far they hit it “If I can keep hitting fairways I’m going to like my chances” Kisner grabbed his share of the lead despite failing to stay on the fairway at the 18th “I had 200 (yards) to the front and I was in between a five and a six-iron” he said “It’s just all dependent on your lie That one was just thinned behind it so I knew I could get a club on it … “I knew it would come out knuckling and was just trying to judge how far it’s going to run” Kisner’s judgment was impeccable as his challenging approach shot ran up to the green 20 feet left of the hole – close enough for a birdie-three to send him into the second round as co-leader “I’m just going to be trying to stick to birdieing the holes they give to you to make birdie” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAhmedabad: The Gujarat government will hold talks with Patel quota agitators and other community leaders in the coming days to resolve the sensitive issue "at the earliest" deputy chief minister Nitin Patel said on Sunday Gujarat deputy chief minister Nitin Patel Image courtesy: @Nitin_patel He said the key points to be discussed with the agitators as well as community organisations will be providing compensation or jobs to the kin of the Patidar "martyrs" and withdrawal of cases filed against protesters Patel claimed people associated with both the bodies (the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti and the Sardar Patel Group) are ready to hold talks with the government to arrive at a "compromise formula" "Recently various community organisations as well leaders of both the agitating bodies have conveyed to us that they want to hold discussion with us to bring an amicable solution regarding the ongoing quota stir Just like them state government is also keen to resolve this issue at the earliest" an official release quoted Patel as saying "Key issues to be discussed include providing financial help or jobs to the kin of martyrs and withdrawal of cases against agitators Since the government is also very keen to solve this matter we will hold meetings with agitators and community leaders as soon as possible" he said The Patidar community has been holding protests though intermittently since July 2015 seeking OBC status and reservation in government jobs and educational institutions The agitation turned violent after the largest demonstration was held in Ahmedabad on 25 August 2015 Subsequently incidents of violence and arson were reported across the state resulting in a curfew in several cities and towns Politically Patidars are believed to be supporters of the BJP which is trying to win them back ahead of the Assembly polls due later this year Written by Shreya Mudgal | New Delhi | Published: May 30 2017 9:30 pm Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki 30th May full episode written update: Harman convinces Gulabo to avoid coming to the court no matter what for she won’t be able to handle the pressure Top News Preeto talks to the lawyer at home but he tells her that the case is very critical The most he can do is reduce the sentence and nothing more He claims that he can surely get him out temporarily and on leaves Chintu comes back and tells them that he went to meet Soumya Mami leaving everyone stunned Preeto leaves home taking some food for Harman Chintu sees Choti Nani is happy watching Preeto leave He demands her to make dishes for him in the kitchen ruining her idea of freedom or else he’ll complain to Badi Nani She agrees to make everything for him readily Mallika goes to Soumya and tells her that they’ll surely find a solution Soumya panics and starts cooking something for Harman as he’d be hungry too Mallika stops her and gives her lunch box saying that she should take this to Harman and tells her to wipe away the tears Harman is begging the police officer for help but is ignored Soumya enters the police station then and runs towards him He stops her from crying and tells her not to worry She makes him eat the lunch and he tells her not to stay alone at home and not even feel scared She thinks hard about how to explain it to him that their house no longer exists Preeto enters and watches Harman eating from Soumya’s lunch She gives the lunch to the police officer and leaves Also read |Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki 29 May full episode written update: Police demolishes Soumya and Harman’s house Harman convinces Gulabo to avoid coming to the court no matter what for she won’t be able to handle the pressure? 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