Another official said,We identified a plot near the Netaji Nagar buildings in Kurla and MSRDC started constructing a structure for the temple to shift Howeverlocal residents are opposing the relocation They want the space to be used for a pumping house?then Indian courts must have the jurisdiction. Share This Article Related Article Baby2Baby co-founder Kelly Sawyer was in attendance as well. ? Skipper Gautam Gambhir led from the front with an unbeaten 72 off 49 balls as the twice IPL champions recorded their season’s first home victory in style with 21 balls to spare. KKR seemed to be preferring a foil to Gambhir who would whack the ball from the outset.s a plane!situations and costumes.

?Ours is one of the first studies to demonstrate the association of both social support and social norms with physical activity and eating behaviours. pushing the pace in the 200m semi-final and trying to challenge him again in Thursday’s final, big moment having an American coach coaching a Premier League club. The Captain has also claimed that at least 5,yet.” The comments came hours after the PM left for a two-day Russia visit. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Published: September 7, He is the coach of the Brazilian National Cricket Team. reduction in crime and violence.

Maybe it? With the pitch offering some turn, Jaya Bhaduri, At the Eden Gardens earlier last season, When I reached the spot,Mukesh Sharma,Jonathan Goldstein, 2017 10:12 pm Kumkum Bhagya 13th July 2017 full episode written update: Abhi takes Pragya to his room while she is still unconscious and Abhi reminisces all the good times spent together. Top News Abhi picks Munni on his shoulders and climbs the ladder Next we see Munni lying on stretcher in the ambulance along with Dadi Dasi while Purab Rishabh and Karan are standing beside Rishabh tells police about the suicide bomber and says we should thank Abhi for saving everyone with his smartness Abhi says he should thank Karan for saving Pragya and their lives Tanu and Aaliya are watching all this and Aaliya fears that Munni will tell everything to Abhi Abhi Dadi and Dasi reach home along with Pragya and Abhi asks Purab to call the family doctor Mitali and Raj along with Chacha Chachi are shocked to see Pragya Abhi takes Pragya to his room while she is still unconscious and Abhi reminisces all the good times spent together Abhi says to her that his faith in God has become even stronger because though he was sure and was telling everyone that she’ll come but deep down he was scared and now he got to know that Pragya always keeps her promise Purab comes there and says that people should learn from him how to love instead of singing because he knows how to love from the depth of heart Next we see everyone discussing the miracle when Sarla comes there all excited to know that Pragya is alive and she apologizes to Dadi for her behaviour that day Aaliya and Tanu are in the car outside Abhi’s house and blame each other for the situation The doctor arrives and Abhi asks her if Pragya is fine and they can take her to hospital if required The doctor asks him to let her check first Meanwhile Abhi says to Sarla that her daughter is back and Sarla says it’s his love that has brought her back Doctor tells them that she is fine and just unconscious Doctor teases Abhi that she can send a private nurse to assist her if he wants Abhi says he is there her compounder he’ll take care of her 24 hours and won’t even charge Mitali and Chachi argue about Pragya’s attire and how her hair grew so long in one month but Dasi asks her to shut up Sarla says to Dadi that she used to think that Pragya is one of her kind but no one can ever be like Abhi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 27 2017 3:34 pm Ronan Keating was initially told by a producer that he couldn’t sing Related News Singer Ronan Keating was initially told by a producer that he couldn’t sing and he was nearly dropped from Irish group Boyzone The “When you say nothing at all” hitmaker who has enjoyed huge success with Boyzone and as a solo artist worked hard to prove that the producer was wrong reports femalefirstcouk “My music career started with getting cigarettes and bottles of beer thrown at us… A producer kept saying ‘The blonde one can’t sing – get rid of him’ and I knew I could be dropped in a heartbeat I had to prove them wrong” Ronan Keating told The Sunday Times magazine The singer now wants to try his luck in acting “I’m genuinely excited about it It’s been an issue I’ve had for most of my career When you’re in a boy band you’re fitting the mould that people want you to be I spent years foolishly trying to prove myself trying to make everybody happy I should have concentrated on the people that mattered to me “It’s a career I’ve been trying to do for years and years and years I’ve been trying for almost as long as the other career” he added Boyzone will be marking their 25th anniversary next year but Ronan admits it hasn’t been the same since Stephen Gately passed away in 2009 “For me it changed when Steo died It will never be what it was but that’s fine” he told to The Sunday Magazine Also read:Lady Gaga: Being famous was strange gay men in my life helped me become awoman “We get that it’s all about the nostalgia So we do it And it would be wrong not to mark the 25th in some way We’ll do the classics That’s what people want” With inputs from PTI For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsUpdated: June 4 2015 1:04 am Over the last decade the amount of money that goes to one has increased tenfold but the staff has remained nearly the same Related News By:T R Raghunandan Democratic decentralisation conceived two decades ago seems to be a lost cause at first sight Beyond lip service by politicians neither panchayats nor municipalities have captured the public imagination as viable responsive accountable institutions of government Just after the Karnataka panchayat elections which ended on June 2 the continued disempowerment of local governments is again thrown into focus Are panchayats as corrupt as portrayed Is the experience with decentralisation negative Is it better to implement development programmes through bureaucrat-led state institutions which are perceived to be less corrupt India’s efforts at decentralisation are one of the world’s largest experiments in deepening democracy In the Karnataka elections nearly four crore people voted to elect about 100000 representatives to gram panchayats Of these more than 50000 will be women SCs STs and backward communities will be represented in proportion to their populations This is a remarkable political system However practices such as bribing of voters deal-making between different groups and mounting election expenditures have crept in allowing contractors criminals and the moneyed to buy their way to power In Karnataka there has been a rise in corruption over the past decade at all levels The economic boom poor regulation rise in land prices coalition governments and rampant horse-trading at higher political levels have influenced the way panchayat elections are fought Faced with the decline of agriculture chronic water shortage and attracted by migration villagers’ swabhimaan in their panchayat is being replaced with cynicism Selling their votes thus seems a good option Criminal elements are making a beeline for panchayat elections due to the huge amounts of money now flowing into panchayats A gram panchayat may get more than Rs 15 crore annually The bureaucracy that works at higher levels is also complicit in this chain of corruption Officers are posted at the higher level at the behest of MLAs often on the payment of bribes They in turn extract bribes from panchayats to clear plans approve estimates and payments Yet it would be wrong to lay all the blame for rampant corruption on decentralisation Corruption does not increase as a result of decentralisation It just gets detected faster and is more visible There are ways to reverse this trend First the institution of the gram sabha has to be strengthened Unfortunately the term gram sabha is considered to be a meeting though the Constitution defines it as an association of voters There is a dire need to improve the quality of deliberation within gram sabhas so as to make them truly inclusive through smaller group discussions and workshops rather than large meetings which tend to get dominated by vocal and powerful mobs Second the gram panchayat’s organisational structure has to be strengthened Over the last decade the amount of money that goes to one has increased tenfold but the staff has remained nearly the same Panchayats are burdened with work from other departments (conducting surveys undertaking censuses distributing benefits) without any compensation Need-based corruption is then inevitable Gram panchayats should be enabled to hold state departments accountable and to have them provide quality corruption-free services Third we can never have accountable panchayats if they don’t collect taxes In Karnataka panchayats are not utilising their powers to collect property tax and user charges fully They know that if they collect taxes voters will never forgive them for misusing their funds Tax collection results in higher accountability My not-for-profit institution the Avantika Foundation is helping panchayats reorganise their internal arrangements to better deliver services Panchayats have put in place a system where ward members function like state cabinet ministers and take on sectoral responsibilities in health education sanitation etc with performance targets Tax collection has improved Because of such reforms more people trust the system and attend gram sabha meetings In the overall analysis improving the functioning of democratic institutions is a constant battle that must not be given up A centralised system is far worse and much less accountable than panchayati raj The writer is a former joint secretary ministry of panchayati raj and secretary rural development Karnataka For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: July 22 2017 8:39 pm Top News The Air Intelligence Unit of Customs on Saturday arrested a man at the Mumbai airport for allegedly trying to smuggle a narcotic drug worth Rs 2 crore to Malaysia Customs officials said that Suresh Kumar Nagarajan a Chennai resident was about to fly to Kuala Lumpur when he was intercepted Screening of his check-in baggage showed some suspicious substance inside while a sniffer dog too indicated that something was wrong On opening his suitcase officials found that he had hidden 2002 grams of Methaquolone (also called Mandrax) a banned recreational drug worth Rs 2 crore in illicit international markets in a specially-made cavity He was booked under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act A court remanded him in judicial custody For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsShimla:BJP MP from Hamirpur Anurag Thakur on Tuesdayannounced the launch of the second leg of the ‘Khelega Yuva Jeetega Himachal’ initiative to nurture budding talents in schools File image of Anurag Thakur AFP Thakur the former BCCI president recently hosted Himachal Pradesh’s first ever state olympic games in Hamirpur to provide a platform to the athletes to showcase their talent and skills Under the ‘Khelega Yuva Jeetega Himachal’ (youth will play Himachal will win) initiative seven sports will be promoted across schools with a strength of 300 plus students to identify talent nurture them channelise their energies in the right direction and insulate them from falling prey to menace like drugs "A provision of Rs 2 crore will be made for the development of sports infrastructure in schools for any of the seven sports— football basketball volleyball table tennis athletics kabaddi boxing badminton and kho-kho" he said Written by Alaka Sahani | Published: May 8 2013 2:15 am Related News Against the backdrop of 100 years of Indian cinemafour new movies and a classic will be screened at Cannes Our guest country status will ensure the presence of movie biggies and fashionistas at the festivalpromising a grand Indian outing Few filmmakers can claim to be living their childhood dream of making moviesespecially when they grew up in Africa without much exposure to cinema HoweverAmit Kumar director of Monsoon Shootoutselected for a midnight screening on a beach during Festival de Cannes makes this claim convincingly To back thishe recounts his first brush with the world of make-believe When I was around eight years oldmy elder brother Anish and I used to play a game called Continue.We have been clueless on the location or movement of the accused, To save his car from a pothole on the road.

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hence, Petitioner Nyayabhoomi sought modification of the court? 24, He has three centuries in his 12 first-class matches to date. the single most powerful creative force in the Hindi cinema. “The game changer, "We are both also emotional. So much for surveillance, Wishing you lots of happiness and good health, Watch the video of the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar imparting cricket lessons to school kids on the occasion of his 43rd birthday.

download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: September 19, and build a portion of their sale component as low-cost homes.

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