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We try and cater to most of them, Parekh addsclaiming that free services are made available for families that cannot afford them In 2008while the services were availed by just 60-70 familiestoday Kolekar claims at least an average of 700 families benefit from the service every year For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 20 2012 4:30 am Related News To facilitate the IT companies at the IT parkChandigarhthe UT Administration has set up a Facilitation Centre at the Entrepreneur Development Centre in the IT Park A decision to this effect was taken recently at a review meeting held under the chairmanship of Prerna Puri WasuIASSecretaryIT Senior officers from the Engineering DepartmentEstate OfficeTown PlanningArchitecture DepartmentFire Wing of the MCC and Department of IT will be available at the Facilitation Centre for meeting the representatives of IT companies on the first and third Friday of each month to address the issues pertaining to their departments In addition to facilitating the IT companiesthe Facilitation Centre will help in providing information regarding various processes/ procedures and rules applicable to the companies at IT Park under one roof The Facilitation Centre was operationalised on Friday wherein the SDO (Building)Divisional Town PlannerSDO (Public Health)Promotions and Information Officer and other officials of the Chandigarh Administration met with the representatives of IT companies The initiative will be useful in bringing about better coordination between the departments and IT companies For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: November 26 2013 12:03 am Related News FARMERS from nine villages of Ludhiana district on Monday lodged a protest against the Punjab government notices seeking to acquire their land under the Land Acquisition Act of 1894 The farmers from nine villages Jaspal BangarLoharaGarib NagriBrahman MajraSangowalNattPawaDharaur and Harnampura gathered at the Greater Ludhiana Development Authority (GLADA) office They said that they were not interested in giving up their land and under no circumstances under the old and archaic Act of 1894which had been enacted by the British to snatch the land of people One of the farmers said that besides mass proteststhey would take legal recourse since the Act under which the Punjab government was trying to acquire the land had already been repealed and new act brought in Taking up their causeMinister of State for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tewari said that he spoke to the additional administrator (GLADA)telling him that the state government could not issue notices for acquisition under the old Actwhich already stands repealed after the enactment of the new Act Tewari made it clear that he would not allow the farmers land to be acquired forcibly and under no circumstances under the archaic 1894 Act He said if at all the state government had to acquire the landit must be with due consent of the farmers and under the new Actwhich is farmer-friendly For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhen the final whistle blew the relief on the faces of young Germans at the Fatorda stadium in Goa was palpable They had won but barely Had a couple of decisive moments played out differently than they did the result could’ve been the same 2-1 except in favour of Costa Rica Germany usually like to play with control They like to conduct the proceedings take charge and exchange quick passes while moving forward But it was clear that Costa Rica surprised them during the initial stages and threw them off their game The Germans perhaps took their opponents lightly and didn’t expect them to come at them the way they did They recovered after they took the lead only to become too comfortable again and concede The story of the game however was told in missed chances and both sides were equal culprits Germany will have to eliminate the errors if they are survive the latter stages of the tournament GettyImages Germany’s spell of good football was sandwiched between periods of wastefulness But when they clicked there were a sight to behold Nicolas-Gerrit Kuhn Elias Abouchabaka and John Yeboah dictated midfield slipping between a crowd of Costa Ricans exchanging passes and creating spaces out of thin air for their skipper and star forward Jann-Fiete Arp to run into It was clear that if the Germans who had finished third at the U-17 Euros earlier this year could play their exhilarating football for a prolonged period of time they could be serious contenders to be world champions like their senior team It was Costa Rica however who took the initiative early on They started causing problems seconds after the kick-off Germany lost the ball through a wayward pass and Costa Rica capitalised in transition finding themselves in space on the right Ronnier Bustamante was brought down by Yannik Keitel and Costa Rica had a dead ball opportunity from a dangerous area before the clock could reach 20 seconds The resulting free-kick taken directly by Greivin Fonseca from over 30 yards out from an acute angle indicated the proceedings Throughout the game both teams wasted innumerable dead ball situations as players looking for glory tried to take direct free-kicks from unfathomable places when they should have just put the ball in the box Good chances were squandered mostly due to bad decision making by either side The rest were down to poor finishing Just a couple of minutes later Costa Rica presented with a golden opportunity to score exhibited just that The German goalkeeper Luca Plogmann found himself in a bit of a twist when one of his defenders sent a high backpass towards him He tried to head the ball down to his feet and under pressure from Andre Gomez bungled it to Josue Abarca running in from the right Plogmann froze the German goal was an empty parking lot Abarca squared the ball in for Jose Alfaro their highscoring forward who had impressed in the CONCACAF Championships — the ideal man for the ball to come to Alfaro facing an empty goal wrapped his foot around the ball first time and sent it whizzing over the cross bar Costa Rica could not have gotten a better chance to score The Germans replied in kind three minutes later by missing a similar chance when Jan Boller’s shot from inside the box didn’t trouble the Costa Rican goalkeeper and was well over the crossbar For a while it seemed both the teams were working on a "you first" strategy Neither of the two had much trouble in creating chances If we were to see an expected goals map of the map it would be littered with little boxes in and around the two 18-year boxes So when the deadlock broke in the 21st minute one could see Costa Rica’s chin go down and shoulders fall They had been the better side till then But Germany had a better finisher It was no surprise that Arp Germany’s most exciting U-17 prospect and top scorer at the Euros found the net Costa Rica lost possession in the midfield and Kuhn passed the ball up Out of nowhere Arp was through on goal Ricardo Montenegro had saved Costa Rica from going down twice before but this time Arp was just too good The German skipper chipped the ball with the outside of his boot over an on-rushing Montenegro and cushioned it in the net: a finish of top class calibre Once they went up Germany dominated Their passing became more fluid and confident and their quality was at once apparent Arp could have doubled the lead right at the stroke of half-time Kuhn ran down the right and put a ball in for an on-rushing Arp His side-footed shot would’ve gone into the far corner of the net but for Amferny Arias who slid down and blocked it The Germans came out strong in the second half as well and took control early Kuhn Arp and Yeboah missed excellent chances to extend the lead Montenegro was keeping Costa Rica alive in the game Soon Germany’s wastefulness up front came back to haunt them In the 64th minute Bustamante bunted the ball up from the sidelines to the edge of the box Abarca controlled it well turned around a German defender and laid it off in the path of Gomez who made no mistakewith the finish Within a flash the Costa Ricans were level against the run of play It was time for German shoulders to slouch The high tempo game they had been playing deflated and they became prone to mistakes The next twenty minutes the Germans walked a tight rope and their defence kept slipping up More than once their casual misplaced pass found a Costa Rican rather than the intended German creating panic among their ranks The Germans themselves were no longer sharp going forward; their movement no longer nippy When the goal finally came in the 89th minute the Germans would have realised that they shouldn’t have left the matters for late They had won but they almost didn’t They must know that tougher opponents deeper in the competition will pounce on their mistakes and punish them They must know that they won’t get a dozen chances to score against a better defence They showed glimpses of excellence but they were just that: glimpses Dominating the game for long periods but not being clinical enough are opposites when it comes to yielding a goal They might’ve have scored five but they only scored twice Costa Rica on the other hand can take heart from their performance If they could be more compact at the back they could very well trouble teams on the counter Britain raced Thursday to hunt down a jihadist network thought to be behind the Manchester concert attack as a row escalated between London and Washington over leaked material from the probe As more children were named among the 22 victims of Monday’s massacre Libyan authorities detained the suicide bomber’s father as well as his brother and police in Britain also carried out new arrests and raids A grieving country ground to a halt for a minute’s silence at 11:00 am local time to remember the dead innocent victims of the latest Islamic State (IS) claimed atrocity to hit Europe Carmel McLaughlan 69 came to St Ann’s Square in Manchester for the minute’s silence Speaking to AFP as she stood next to the flowers "I just feel as though it’s a bereavement for all of us It’s like your own family just passed away it’s just so so sad there’s just sadness hanging over Manchester at the moment It’s terrible it’s hard to believe it" In Manchester north-west England feelings were still raw following Salman Abedi’s attack on a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande — especially so as the bomber was born in the city But Manchester United fans stood together in defiant mood as their team’s triumph in European football’s Europa League final brought some much-needed smiles to a city still in pain The club dedicated their trophy to those killed while manager Jose Mourinho said they would gladly exchange it if it could bring their lives back Anger at US leaks But amid the grief British authorities were left "furious" by repeated leaks of material shared with their US counterparts providing an awkward backdrop for Prime Minister Theresa May’s meeting with US President Donald Trump at the NATO summit in Brussels later Thursday Images obtained by The New York Times newspaper showed a detonator Abedi was said to have carried in his left hand shrapnel including nuts and screws and the shredded remains of a blue backpack A detonator shrapnel and a battery: The Times got access to photos of materials found at the Manchester bombing https://tco/92p2LDRpga — The New York Times (@nytimes) May 24 2017 "We are furious This is completely unacceptable" a government ministry source said of the images "leaked from inside the US system" The leak which followed a similar leak of the bomber’s identity and probe details has rocked the intelligence-sharing relationship between close allies London and Washington The National Counter Terrorism Policing body said the breach of trust caused great "damage" and "undermines our investigations" ‘Planning’ Tripoli attack University dropout Abedi 22 grew up in a Libyan family that reportedly fled to Manchester to escape the now-fallen regime of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi His father Ramadan and younger brother Hashem were detained in Libya authorities there said A spokesman for the Deterrence Force which acts as Libya’s Government of National Accord’s police said the brother was aware of Abedi’s plan and the siblings were both members of the Islamic State jihadist group The attack was the latest in a series of deadly incidents across Europe claimed by IS that have coincided with an offensive on the group in Syria and Iraq carried out by US British and other Western forces Hashem had been "under surveillance for a month and a half" and "investigation teams supplied intelligence that he was planning a terrorist attack in the capital Tripoli" the Deterrence Force said on its Facebook page A relative told AFP that Abedi had travelled to Manchester from Libya four days before the bombing Eight in British custody British officials said Abedi had been on the radar of the intelligence community before the massacre "It’s very clear that this is a network that we are investigating" Manchester police chief Ian Hopkins told reporters Police announced two new arrests on Thursday in their probe bringing the total to eight people in custody in Britain A woman detained on Wednesday was released without charges UK police investigate the Manchester blast AP Early Thursday police said they conducted a controlled explosion in the south of Manchester where they were carrying out searches in the Moss Side area connected to the attack And bomb disposal units were rushed to a call at a college in the jittery city with the police shutting down roads Elders at the south Manchester mosque believed to have been frequented by Abedi insisted that his actions were wholly alien to their preaching and pointed the finger at online radicalisation "This act of cowardice has no place in our religion" said Fawzi Haffar a trustee at the Didsbury Mosque French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said Abedi had "likely" been to Syria after the trip to Libya citing information provided by British intelligence services to their counterparts in Paris "In any case the links with Daesh are proven" he said using a term for IS Britain’s terror threat assessment has been hiked to "critical" the highest level meaning an attack is considered imminent Armed troops were sent to guard key sites a rare sight in mainland Britain The attack was the deadliest in Britain since 2005 when four Islamist suicide bombers attacked London’s transport system killing 52 people May meets NATO allies May was to hold a meeting of Britain’s emergency committee on Thursday before heading to Brussels After the NATO summit May is heading to the G7 gathering in Italy on Friday However she will curtail her trip returning home late Friday missing the Saturday talks in Sicily The bombing came just over two weeks before a snap general election set for 8 June Campaigning will resume on Friday A total of 64 people are being treated in hospital including 20 in critical care medical officials said Twelve of the injured are aged under 16 One of those killed was an eight-year-old girl Riyadh: Saudi Arabia which is leading a four-country blockade of Gulf neighbour Qatar on Thursday accused Doha of being behind over 23000 Twitter accounts it blames for trying to stoke dissent in Saudi Arabia File image of Qatar emir SheikhTamim-bin Hamad Al Thani Reuters "We found over 23000 Twitter accounts driven by Qatar some of them linked to accounts calling for ‘revolution’ in Saudi Arabia" information minister Awwad Saleh al-Awwad told AFP during a visit to Paris They included the @mujtahidd account which claims to have the inside track on the Saudi royal household and has over 18 million followers he said The account which has backed Qatar claimed that Saudi Arabia Egypt Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates had set out to overthrow Qatari emir sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani but decided against after coming under pressure from the United States an ally of both Riyadh and Doha Al-Awwad accused a London-based Saudi dissident Saad al-Faqih of being behind the account "together with Qatar" While some of @mujtahidd’s claims have proven false it reported the death of Saudi King Abdullah in 2015 a few hours before the news was officially announced Some of the other accounts identified by Riyadh as being Qatari proxies were behind calls for protests by the jobless on 21 April he said In the end there were no major demonstrations in Qatar with police flooding the capital Further calls for protests during the holy fasting month of Ramadan also went largely unheeded "They failed" al-Awwad declared His remarks came as Saudi Arabia vowed to push on with its month-old boycott of Qatar after the emirate refused to meet a list of demands to end the diplomatic crisis These include Doha ending support for the Muslim Brotherhood and closing its flagship broadcaster Al-Jazeera Saudi Arabia and its supporters have severed air sea and ground links with Qatar cutting off vital routes for imports including food Qatar has dismissed the demands as "unrealistic"When India play Puerto Rico at the Andheri Sports Complex on Saturday Mumbai’s 61-year-long wait for an international match will be over It was back during the golden age of Indian football –February 1955 –that the Indian team previously played an international game in the financial capital of the country Lack of an international-standard football stadium kept the action away from the city for six long decades but a refurbished Andheri Sports Complex stadium has managed to get the nod from Fifa to host an international game and end Mumbai’s longing for football action of the highest order "We have had the Indian football team play in Mumbai in the last sixty years against Brazilian club Santos and another club side The matches were held at Brabourne and Wankhede stadium But there has been no international match for the last 61 years" Henry Picardo Mumbai FC’s team manager and a former Air India player told Firstpost in an exclusive chat Picardo who has been at the thick of football in Mumbai both as a player and as a manager is overjoyed by the city hosting an international match after such a long period "People of Mumbai have been waiting to have a football stadium that can host an international match for a long time This offers people a great chance of watching an international game live" he said The refurbished Andheri Sports Complex stadium Image Credit: AIFF Media Picardo wasn’t the only ex-footballer from Mumbai to express his delight at the return of international football to the city Steven Dias perhaps one of the greatest Indian players to have come out of Mumbai hailed AIFF’s move to host India’s match in Mumbai "Hosting an international match is a huge thing for Mumbai football I think it’s a great move by the AIFF to give a match to Mumbai where the crowd can now go and experience a live football match after so many years" Dias told Firstpost The Indian winger who was called ‘The Indian Beckham’ for his pin-point crosses and accurate set-pieces made 51 appearances for India across a time span of ten years Having scored seven goals for India while providing many more assists Dias never got a chance to play in Mumbai – his home city "I played for India for over ten years but I never got to play in Mumbai You know it’s a very different feeling to play in your own city but I never got that chance I am happy that international football has finally returned to Mumbai" Dias said Unfortunately when international action has finally arrived in the city it has no representation in the national team Keegan Pereira was the only player from Mumbai in Stephan Constantine’s squad for the Puerto Rico game but he was released from the camp couple of days ago due to an injury It comes as a bit of a blow for Mumbai football to have no player in the national team having contributed several players like Abhishek Yadav Steven Dias over the years "It’s sad to see no local player in the Indian team Had there been a few players from Mumbai there would have been few more thousands who would have poured in to watch the match" said Dias Mumbai FC the city’s solitary club in the I-League managed to pull a decent amount of crowd for their home games thanks to a number of local players playing for the side "There are a few good players from Mumbai like Raju Gaikwad and Jayesh Rane but unfortunately they aren’t in the squad Those players would have given something extra for the crowd to cheer about and would have improved the overall atmosphere" said Picardo the Mumbai FC team manager Ever since the shutting down of Mahindra United – which was the last club from Mumbai to win the national league – Mumbai football has gone on a downward spiral Air India and ONGC two clubs who were regulars in the I-League were disallowed from participating in the competition leaving only Mumbai FC as the solitary club from the city in the top flight "I think Mumbai football has gone down in recent years Mahindra United shut down Air India couldn’t participate in the I-League Mumbai Tigers closed down So there are very few teams for the players from Mumbai to play in That’s why maybe we aren’t seeing anyone from the city representing the national team now" Dias reasoned In addition to the problems faced at the top end of the Mumbai football’s pecking order the local leagues run by the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) have failed to provide the players with a good enough platform to develop The problems have extended to the school-level games as well where a lack of proper infrastructure has thwarted the grooming of young kids who are highly enthusiastic about the game Over 300 clubs take part in the district-level football leagues in the city across five divisions and a similar amount of schools compete in the annual league organised by the Mumbai School Sports Association (MSSA) The numbers clearly portray the high interest levels for the sport in the city "There is plenty of talent in Mumbai But the problem is that we lack infrastructure planning and organisation If our local leagues can add these aspects we could have at least 2-3 players going to the national team camp" Oscar Alva the assistant coach of Kenrke FC a team from Mumbai participating in the second division I-League told Firstpost Kenkre has three teams playing the Mumbai Football league across the top three divisions The club boasts one of the finest academies in the city and three of their players – all from Mumbai – were recently a part of the star-studded Premier Futsal League Alva highlighted the lack of football turfs as one of the major reasons for Mumbai struggling to produce top quality players in recent years "In Mumbai there is only one turf ground at Cooperage When I went abroad even their public grounds had football turfs and that really helps in player development" headded While infrastructure at the recently rebuilt Cooperage stadium meet certain standards the facilities at St Xavier’s ground in Parel – a ground that is host to all the other divisions apart from the top tier and some MSSA matches – are sometimes appalling "The water at the St Xavier’s ground is often muddy There is a enough water but it’s not always the most hygienic" Yamik Holkar a player playing for Jupiter FC in the third tier league told Firstpost Apart from the unhygienic water source local leagues in Mumbai aren’t always provided with enough medical aid Recently during a inter-school game between St Pius Mulund and Cambridge school an injured player had to be carried on shoulders till the taxi before being driven to a hospital for treatment due to the absence of a stretcher medical staff and an ambulance reported DNA Alva who also coaches the St Stanislaus U16 school team admitted that local leagues aren’t always equipped with enough medical care as required "During inter-school matches there is a physiotherapist who’s present but in certain cases a he’s not enough to take a call Football is a contact sport and anything can happen So it’s very important to have an ambulance at the venue which isn’t always there" he revealed The lack of organization gets worse for the lower divisions that are often the breeding ground for some young players Problems of a lack of transparency in match timings match duration and miscommunication have plagued the local leagues of Mumbai "Sometimes matches are scheduled randomly There is a fixed duration of a game for a particular division but sometimes that’s changed at per convenience of the team or referees The refereeing standards are inconsistent Some referees are excellent while some are poor These inconsistencies can affect the outcomes of the matches It is demotivating for players who take time out from the daily work routines to play for pure passion and love for the game" said Aniket Bhatkhande who’s currently playing his twelfth season in the MDFA leagues "Things were much better before I have seen top MDFA officials get down on the ground and mark the ground themselves There was lot of discipline earlier and most importantly our passion was respected It’s all gone a bit downhill recently As a country who’s trying to develop its football every person who’s passionate about the sport is very important for it to make progress in it" Bhatkhande added The visit of Puerto Rico to play India in Mumbai has already been ground-breaking Image Credit: AIFF Media However the city’s football authorities have managed to clear one of the major roadblock in it’s path to developing the game By coming up with a football stadium of it’s own which is good enough to host an international match it has provided Mumbai with a world class facility at a location that has a good connectivity with whole city Whereas Indian stadiums have otherwise struggled to prepare a top quality playing surface the pitch at the Mumbai Football Arena at the Andheri Sports Complex has got the thumbs up from the very best in the country "At first I was shocked to see the pitch in Mumbai I think this is one of the best venues in India right now" said Indian goalkeeper Subrata Pal when asked about his first training session at the Mumbai Football Arena Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who plays in Europe also found the facilities in Mumbai to be of a very good standard "I think the new facility is very good I feel it’s one of the better ones in India I like this stadium as the fans are pretty close to the playing surface That really helps create a wonderful atmosphere in the stadium" said Sandhu during a media interaction in the week leading up to the match The new venue is likely to host certain top tier local league matches as well and the new facility would only increase the standard of the overall game in Mumbai according to Steven Dias "The new stadium looks really fabulous and with such facilities I’m sure it will boost Mumbai football Mr Aditya Thackeray is doing a great job for Mumbai football There will be more games at this venue and people will become aware about the sport I’m sure this will help see players from Mumbai play in the national team" the former Indian midfielder said The district body for Mumbai football has also managed to resolve the problem of the conflict between different refereeing bodies that functioned in the city Now the best referees have been brought under MDFA and Western Indian Football Association (WIFA) "MDFA and WIFA have done an excellent job with the referees Thanks to the secretary of the new referee body Mr Shirzad Bhathena the standards of refereeing have been taken to the next level Earlier we faced a few of problems reaching a certain standard but it’s now all been sorted out" Ivo Benson Fernandes a referee who’s part of MDFA’s new panel told Firstpost The visit of Puerto Rico to play India in Mumbai has already been ground-breaking for not just football in Mumbai but Indian football on a whole Admirers of the beautiful game in Mumbai are hoping for it to serve as a springboard for the football in the city to scale greater heights Some feel it will awaken few football enthusiasts while some see it as a great education for young aspiring footballers "I have a very strong feeling that this international friendly is going to change Mumbai football" Henry Picardo stated with great confidence For thegood of football in Mumbai and India we hope his predictioncomes true Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 10 2012 5:08 am Related News The CongressNationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have demanded a single-phase elections for the state Assembly to be held later this year In their memoranda given to Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) V S Sampath and his team at the Circuit House annexe here on Mondaythese parties argued that a single-phase poll was needed to check bogus polling by the BJP Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) vice president Girish Parmarwho led the party Congress delegationsaid his party told the CEC that the were ready for election at any time but it should be held on one day only He also demanded appointment of a permanent director general of police (DGP) to ensure better law and order situation for conducting free and fair polls The Congress also demanded the Mansa-model of elections in which voter slip with photograph of the electorate on it issued by the election officials was considered as identity card Parmar said it had ensured participation of maximum number of voters and it resulted in 10 per cent additional polling in the Mansa by-election The Opposition party also demanded to keep away from poll duty those state government employees and officers who behaved like ruling party workers Other demands of the Congress included prevention of bogus pollingstrict law and order arrangementensuring that all people displaced due to riots and other causes cast their votes technicians of electronic voting machines (EVMs) be under the control of Election Commission of India and not the state commissionand special arrangement for government employees so that they were also able to exercise their right to vote NCPs Jagdish Thapda also demanded one-day poll unlike the 2009 Lok Sabha electionswhich were held in two phases in the state He submitted that two-day poll allowed the ruling BJP to shift its workers from one area to another area that resulted in bogus polling BSP led by its state vice-president Ishwar Solanki demanded a strict check on the use of black money in elections so that scheduled caste and scheduled tribes were not influenced by the alleged money power of BJP He also demanded increase in the number of reserved seats for SCs and STswhich is currently 13 and 26 respectively Arun Mehta of CPM demanded that EVMs must be handled by officers from non-BJP ruled statetake effective action against use of black money and ensure caste and religion cards were not used in elections He also demanded that police from non-BJP ruled states be deputed on election duty BJP delegation led by MLA Shankar Chaudhary demanded the Commission to ensure that elections did not coincide with festivals like Diwali and Navratriand businessmen and traders should not be harassed BJP delegation reminded the CEC that in the past there have been incidents in other states where traders carrying money for business purposes were harassed by election officials on the suspicion that they were carrying money for political parties For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 25 2013 5:41 am Related News Seminar held on green issues Ludhiana: As many as 13 schools participated in a seminar on environmental issues organised at Tagore Public School Krishna Bharalithe resource personalong with her associate Saju from The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) highlighted various problems related to environment Cycle manufacturers meet excise officer Ludhiana: A delegation of the United Cycle & Parts Manufacturers Association met Deputy Excise and Taxation CommissionerLudhianaDr Rishipal Singh Sidhu and highlighted various issues affecting them For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 7 2016 4:28 am Panjab University campus Related News Already gearing up for the campus elections for the next academic year members of Panjab University’s Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad announced a new team for the university on Wednesday In the presence of BJP’s organising secretary for Punjab Dinesh Kumar the newly elected members took an oath to take charge of the election preparation for Panjab University The newly-appointed team comprises seven key members and several other student supporters Gagan Chaudhary has been appointed as the PU ABVP president and Rishabh Singhal as the secretary Oshin Sharma and Lavneet Singla took charge as the vice-presidents for the student wing’s PU team Aditi Mittal has been appointed as the joint secretary along with Kanwar Rana as the campus in-charge and Sukhjot Singh as the convener On the occasion several leaders of PU-based Hindustan Students’ Association (HSA) also joined ABVP expressing their solidarity with the student wing of the BJP “With our dedicated efforts and the support of HSA ABVP will now start preparing for the Panjab University Campus Students’ Council elections” said Saurabh Kapoor senior ABVP leader Joining hands with ABVP Neeraj Kharab chairman of HSA and Krishan Sheron president of HSA expressed their solidarity with ABVP’s cause of working for the betterment of the university campus and students Also present on the occasion was organising secretary ABVP north India Naveen Sharma along with Kanwar Rana founding member of HSA “Over the years ABVP has emerged as a strong organisation and the day is not far when the saffron-flag will flutter in Panjab University” Sharma said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Karan Prashant Saxena | Published: December 1 2016 6:47 pm In the month of absence Barcelona have had trouble finding a ‘replacement’ for Andres Iniesta (Source: AP) Top News When Real Madrid led by manager Zinedine Zidane visited Camp Nou in April this year Luis Enrique’s Barcelona had to face defeat after an unbeaten La Liga record of 39 games It took a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo to give Zidane his first Clasico win as Real Madrid manager Things have turned for the worse for the Catalans this season Barcelona haven’t looked threatening so far and are trailing the league leaders Real Madrid by six points With defeats against Celta Vigo and Deportivo Alaves the defending champions appear to be in trouble heading towards the season’s first Clasico On the other hand Zidane’s Madrid has not lost a single game since the Champions League defeat to Borussia Dortmund in April With 6-1 win over Cultural Leonesa in the second leg of the Copa Del Rey Zidane extended his unbeaten run to 32 games the most ever for a Real Madrid manager But the Clasico on Saturday could change fortunes for both team Luis Enrique has announced the return of Andres Iniesta for the encounter against Madrid after a knee injury that kept the Barcelona captain on the sidelines for over a month The 32-year old has played 33 Clasicos over the years the most by any of the current players in respective squads Besides his brilliance on the pitch Iniesta chips in with his experience In the month of absence Barca have had trouble finding a ‘replacement’ for Iniesta New signings Andres Gomes and Denis Suarez have failed to have any impact Sergio Busquets has not been in his best form and lack of Xavi Hernandez has left Barcelona’s midfield rusty and lacklustre Without Iniesta’s defensive capabilities in the middle Lionel Messi is required to play a much deeper and central role which has often left Barcelona susceptible to counter-attacks as the Champions League game against Manchester City showed With Iniesta’s return the Spaniard could perform the role of the play maker between the attack and defence Zidane knows how much of a threat Iniesta can be with his attacking abilities His brilliant passing skills and trickery with the ball left Real Madrid high and dry at Santiago Bernabeu in November last year when Barcelona thrashed Rafael Benitez’s side 4-0 Iniesta was replaced in the 77th minute and was given a standing ovation by the away crowd Enrique will be eager to end Zidane’s unbeaten streak on Saturday and find the right tone to the season The returning Iniesta is the perfect trump card up his sleeve which could trouble Real Madrid who are soaring with confidence at the moment For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News So when I entered the production house, “If we relax, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: September 29, also president of Bombay Flying Club.

the dancers and the works, The GoM also recommended the provision of improved health management systems to tackle JE/AES, But later, because these viruses had no fossil record, Yann Biseck headed in the second goal from Cetin’s corner, Lally along with two others had died in the accident. one person jumped from the building. Since August 2016, the "Parivaar" (a reference to the Sangh family or Hindutva groups) people were found involved in every communal riot in the country.the state government directed BMC Thursday to open 242 new taxi stands in the city.

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