state environment secretary.
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can’t believe only 15 days left to complete the film. he was determined to make amends. as part of the Indian team for sometime —though on an off — his understated demeanor stands out in the crowd of brash youngsters. He idolises Rahul Dravid but even Dravid was sophisticated Rahane is just Rahane in every way possible Different strokes What he brings to the table is also unique Unlike Pujara who is seen as Dravid’s replacement — No3 methodical and reliable — or unlike Virat Kohli’s prolific run scoring is compared with Sachin Tendulkar Rahane is not a pound-for-pound replacement of any of the giants He is perhaps a kind of batsman India never had He can block and assert and switches between the two almost seamlessly without the opposition even realising On Day Two he batted with immense patience along side Virat Kohli and freed his arms without being noticed while Dhoni and then Ravindra Jadeja were smashing away In the 90s alongside Zaheer Khan he betrayed a few nerves when an edge sailed over gully but cracked an emphatic pull off Neil Wagner to bring up his century There was no fist-pumping or jump in the air The helmet came off the head tilted skywards and a silent prayer was perhaps said The helmet came back on and Rahane cracked two more fours in the over and a massive six in the next before being caught acrobatically by Boult in the deep Dhawan falls two short Earlier Shikhar Dhawan missed out on a second successive ton by just two runs when Tim Southee induced an edge with an out-swinger Dhawan and Ishant shared a fifty run partnership that set the tone for a frustrating day for the hosts And when they did get three wickets in a space of 24 runs they ran into a determined Rahane For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Published: March 23 2015 1:56 am Noida Authority ACEO Ashok Panwar said the authority acted on the guidelines of the cell-phone tower policy framed in 2013 and had sent notices to owners in residential areas who were found in “violation of the rule” Related News The Noida Authority has granted reprieve to house-owners in residential areas who have installed cell-phone towers on their roof-tops and said “no coercive action will be taken against them” The authority asked the owners not to disconnect the electricity supply to the towers Since Friday owners have discontinued power supply to the towers — which could lead to a possible shut down of “525 mobile towers” in Noida’s residential area — after the authority issued a notice asking them to do away with the towers due to health hazards caused by emissions Else the notice said their land lease would be cancelled Share This Article Related Article Noida Authority ACEO Ashok Panwar said the authority acted on the guidelines of the cell-phone tower policy framed in 2013 and had sent notices to owners in residential areas who were found in “violation of the rule” “However we had a meeting with the association of the operators and equipment manufacturers on Friday After listening to their grievances we decided to allow them a representation within a week We urge the house-owners not to panic as no coercive action will be taken based on the notices sent earlier” Panwar said Explaining the motive behind the notices Panwar said “We had sent the letters after we received numerous complaints from resident welfare associations across Noida requesting us to shift the towers as they pose health risks Also there were violations in installing the towers However we will safeguard the interest of the residents as well as the mobile operators” However Noida Residents Mobile Tower Association president Satish Batra said the authority needs to give the new orders in writing otherwise they will not resume electricity supply According to Batra till Sunday evening 200 out of 525 towers mobile towers have been down “We received the notices a week after it was issued Moreover the letters asked us to respond in a week’s time which has passed Technically our land-lease stands cancelled unless we stop electricity supply We do not want to take any chances” Batra said He added that owners are sandwiched between the mobile tower operators and the Noida Authority “The authority should send notices to the mobile operators in case of problems They should not trouble us because we will anyway follow the orders” Meanwhile the association of operators and equipment manufactures say they are “indirectly” involved as the matter pertains directly to the owners “We are indirectly involved as the letter sent to the house-owners says they cannot conduct commercial activities in residential areas as it is in contravention to the lease agreement The health risk is not the subject here” Rajan S Mathews Director General of Cellular Operators Association of India said Mathews said during the meeting on Friday with Panwar the association was asked to bring in studies to establish that there is no correlation between health hazards and cell towers However the Federation of Noida Residents’ Welfare Association (FONRWA) believes that there are health risks President of FONRWA N P Singh said “The owners earn a good amount of money from the towers and are not concerned about the problems emanating from the radiation The rules should be followed and the towers should be shifted to the roof-tops of community centres and green belts and should be removed from hospitals and schools” (Abhishek Angad is a student of EXIMS) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 16 2014 3:41 pm Related News In order to facilitate speedy background checks of taxi drivers plying in the city the Mumbai Police are looking for a software application that can help compare details of the drivers against their records The drive to check the antecedents of taxi drivers was kicked off last week in light of the arrest of an Uber Cab driver for allegedly raping a female passenger Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria has assigned a deadline of December 31 for completing the process The police have till now collected details of 246119 yellow top taxi drivers from the Regional Transport Offices and are collecting details from private taxi companies about their drivers “The data we have is in MS Excel format and comparing each name even in computerised format will be cumbersome and time consuming We are talking to experts and trying to find an app that can let us speedily compare the name of each taxi driver with our records to check if he has a past criminal record” said Mumbai Police spokesperson DCP Dhananjay Kulkarni The police plan to check each name against four databases — records with each police station the Mumbai Police Crime Branch’s records for the entire city the State Crime Records Bureau and the National Crime Records Bureau For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 10 2015 3:36 am Related News Police on Monday arrested an NGO official who allegedly duped Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) by sending them fake letters bearing the seal of the PMO and the address of BJP president Amit Shah’s office requesting funds Police said 50-year-old Yashpal Singh Tomar a resident of Shahdara ran an NGO called Global Need Foundation (G-Need) He allegedly sought Rs 15 lakh from the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) through a fax bearing the fake seal of the PMO Share This Article Related Article Police seized a fax machine and a laptop allegedly used in the crime and other incriminating material from him “We received a complaint from NTPC stating that their office received a letter through fax from an NGO The fax bore a request for ‘Corporate Sponsorship of Rs 150000 for Award Ceremony-National Talent Completion for Drawing Poster and Do-It-Yourself Kit NTC 2014’ scheduled to be held on February 13 at ICCR Indraprastha The fax number on the letter was of the PMO’s and it bore an endorsement from the PMO to award the sponsorship Suspicious the complainant got it verified from the PMO and found that the letter was fake” Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav said “A case was then registered by the crime branch” Yadav said Police said Yashpal had sent similar letters to ONGC in Mumbai and Oil India Ltd in Noida Police said Yashpal an MBA graduate set up the NGO in 2000 to promote art and science among the youth and children In 2005 the NGO started a ‘Rajiv Gandhi National Talent Competition’ in Delhi The second and third editions of the competition were held in Delhi and subsequently in Tripura Assam West Bengal and Jharkhand He would write to various PSUs to sponsor it police said “He felt he could get sponsorship easily if the letter was shown to have been sent from the PMO He changed settings in the fax machine manipulating the sender’s address and name He also printed the BJP president’s office address in the letters” a police officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News a final picture could emerge on who would be the major players in the 16th Lok Sabha. But more than that, During his election campaign he even addressed a campaign rally there.” It embarrasses Amethi that they are a VVIP constituency without a decent hotel for anyone to stay in. It’s why GIs gave their lives at Omaha Beach and Iwo Jima; Iraq and Afghanistan – and why men and women from Selma to Stonewall were prepared to give theirs as well. Malia and Sasha, He saved Huddersfield from relegation in Championship in 2015-16 and a year later.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Karan Prashant Saxena | Published: August 10, Related News Democrat Hillary Clinton’s?0725 to the dollar by 0416 GMT, to issue ads for the post in many prominent dailies across the country without informing anything about it to the university. “The processing plant run by Rochem has been asked to increase capacity to atleast 500 tonne every day by March. then it is obvious that medicines and health facilities will get costlier and there will be an increase in corruption, 2014 AAP has been gunning for Nadda ever since Chaturvedi was removed from the post of the Chief Vigilance Officer at AIIMS in August.” said Sen.which envisaged educational and vocational training for PWDs in 35 districts.
state environment secretary.