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in form of grant-in-aid has not been transferred to us. had said the Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) had been extended to “all the Short Service Commission (SSC) officers” after retirement. Most of the dismissals were brought about by difference in speeds rather than much of spin,accomplishing the mission? Based on instructions from Bhatkal brothersIM operatives had purchased clocks from Mumbai and converted them into timer devices at Ashoka Mews apartmentaccording to the chargesheetwhich adds that these devices were handed over to Riyaz in Pune and then installed with bombs used for Ahmedabad and Delhi blasts After planting the bombs on JM RoadFeroz allegedly went to his garments shop in Camp area Herehe is said to have watched news of the blasts along with Menon and Bagwan Riyaz and Iqbal had given directions to execute German Bakery and JM Road blastsinvestigators believe For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 21 2012 3:56 am Related News Cricket trials tomorrow Chandigarh: The Fatehgarh Sahib District Cricket Associationaffiliated to Punjab Cricket Associationwill conduct trials for the selection of Under-19 district cricket team at Mata Gujri CollegeFatehgarh Sahib on April 22 at 130 pm Selected boys would represent the district in the Under-19 inter-district cricket tournament being organised by Punjab Cricket Associationfrom second week of May Players born on or after 01091993 are eligible to participate in the trials They are advised to bring their original date of birth certificates along with eligibility/residence proof The selected boys will under go a coaching camp before the final team is selected For further detailscontact Dilshad Ranacoach at 8968411957 Hardik helps Satluj Academy win Chandigarh: Hardik slammed a superb half-century (56 runs) as Satluj Cricket Academy beat Baptist Cricket Academy by 17 runs in a cricket match of the 4th Under-14 Summer Cup cricket trophybeing organised by the Kundan Cricket Academyon Friday Batting firstSatluj Cricket Academy scored 167 runs in their stipulated 20 overs Hardik’s knock came off 40 deliveries Gurpreet chipped in with useful 33 runs off just 16 balls In replyBaptist batsmen failed to get going and fell short of the target by 17 runs despite Simranjit’s half-century (57) Boxing tourney from April 29 Chandigarh: The 35th Junior Men and Ninth Women Chandigarh State Boxing Championship will be held at Sector 42 Sports ComplexSector 42from April 29 Boxers born in the year 1994 and 1995 are eligible to take part in both the categories All the boxers are required to bring the authority letter signed from the head of the institution along with original date of birth certificate and I-Card/medical book of IBF at the time of weigh-in at 8 am on April 29 The men’s and womens teams for the National Championship will also be selected after the championships For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 12 2016 5:19 am By competing in the first semi Michael Phelps has less time to warm down after the 200 IM (Source: Reuters) Top News Michael Phelps goes for history _ again _ and Katie Ledecky is set up to make some of her own in the Olympic pool Phelps will be doing double duty Thursday night He’ll swim the 200-meter individual medley final in pursuit of a record fourth consecutive title in the event and return about 30 minutes later for the 100 butterfly semifinals No swimmer has ever won four golds in the same individual event in consecutive Olympics Only two athletes discus thrower Al Oerter and long jumper Carl Lewis ever have managed the feat Phelps qualified fourth fastest in 5160 seconds for the 100 fly If he gets through to Friday’s final he’ll also be seeking his fourth gold in a row in that event Winner of three golds already in Rio Phelps duels longtime friend and rival Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM Phelps made a tactical error though in the 100 fly heats He was aiming to get into the second semifinal which would have given him some extra recovery time after the 200 IM final “But I screwed up”’ he said “I try not to even think about it because then I get focused on that But I’d like to have those extra seven eight minutes in between” By competing in the first semi Phelps has less time to warm down after the 200 IM “Obviously the first one (200 IM) I need to take care of business” he said “Whatever I can do in the second one (100 fly) just to make it through is what I’ll do” Joseph Schooling of Singapore topped the 100 fly heats in 5141 Hungary’s Laszlo Cseh was second quickest in 5152 while American Tom Shields was third at 5158 Also advancing were Chad le Clos of South Africa James Guy of Britain and Santo Condorelli of Canada Ledecky easily qualified first in the 800 freestyle with an Olympic-record time of 8 minutes 1286 seconds The 19-year-old American was nearly seven seconds faster than anyone else If she wins the final on Friday Ledecky will become the first swimmer since Debbie Meyer in 1968 to sweep the 200 400 and 800 freestyles “I try not to think too much about the history of anything” said Ledecky who didn’t get to bed until after 3 am after anchoring the US women to victory in the 4×200 free relay on Wednesday “It’s all just about doing my best every time” Boglarka Kapas of Hungary qualified second for the 800 free in 8:1943 Others making the final were Jazz Carlin of Britain American Leah Smith Lotte Friis of Denmark and Mireia Belmonte Garcia of Spain who won the 200 butterfly on Wednesday Andriy Hovorov of Ukraine was the fastest qualifier in the men’s 50 free at 2172 Two years ago Russia annexed his home of Crimea and he rejected changing nationality Helped by funding from Ukraine’s meager sports budget Hovorov is in position to win swimming’s glamour event “This has all been in my training plan since January and I qualified with the top result” Hovorov said “I’m going to keep it up” A pair of Americans Nathan Adrian and Anthony Ervin had the second and third best times in the heats Adrian bronze medalist in the 100 free on Wednesday touched in 2161 Ervin the 2000 Olympic champion in the 50 was clocked in 2163 Also advancing to the semis were defending champion Florent Manaudou of France Cameron McEvoy of Australia Vladimir Morozov of Russia Santo Condorelli of Canada and Bruno Fratus of Brazil The Iron Lady is chasing her fourth gold medal Katinka Hosszu of Hungary qualified fastest for the 200 backstroke in 2:0609 She already has won the 100 back along with the 200 and 400 individual medleys Hilary Caldwell of Canada had the second quickest time of 2:0740 Maya DiRado of the United States who has won gold silver and bronze at her first Olympics was third fastest in 2:0860 Defending champion Missy Franklin advanced to the semifinals with the 11th-fastest time of 2:0936 She missed the 200 free final in her only other individual event in Rio “Right now I’m taking it one race at a time” said Franklin who is struggling to understand her puzzling lack of form this year “My goal is going to be making it into the finals” Franklin earned a gold medal as part of the 4×200 freestyle relay in Rio after swimming in the preliminaries Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe a two-time Olympic champion in the 200 back qualified ninth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: March 25 2016 5:11 pm “I don’t think I have the patience to be on fiction TV It is too much time too much patience too much commitment I don’t have it in me” Neha Dhupia said Related News Actress Neha Dhupia who stepped into the non-fiction space on TV through “MTV Roadies X4” this year says she will maintain her distance from the fiction space of Indian television as it requires a lot of commitment and time “I don’t think I have the patience to be on fiction TV It is too much time too much patience too much commitment I don’t have it in me” Neha told IANS Neha has not entered the small screen space with the reality TV show as she was a part of a political drama “Rajdhani” in late 1990s But the actress says she is not in a position to devote that much time to the fiction space now She added: “I don’t like things that take me away from being myself I have done a reality show ‘Roadies’ And it has been the most fantastic experience of my life it is more so because I have the liberty to be myself on TV I get inspired by the Roadies every day It makes me fearless I have learned so much from them” Neha has replaced actress Esha Deol in “Roadies” which is a format that has become popular over the years and has achieved a cult status of sorts among youth who are keen on adventure After multiple auditions in various cities across India shortlisted candidates compete with one another in tough tasks to take home the winner’s title The actress said: “Right now in my professional and personal life if something doesn’t give me some moments everyday where I can throw my head back and just laugh my heart out I don’t think I want to do it and that is the drive I want” Neha who is best known for her roles in films like “Julie” “Kyaa Kool Hai Hum” “Delhii Heights” “Paying Guests” and “Phas Gaye Re Obama” has joined hands with beauty brand Kiehl’s and Teach For India to educate underprivileged children Under the partnership all the proceedings from the sale of the Ultra Facial Cream will go to the Teach For India – to improve access to quality education in under-resourced schools And the actress says she wants to spread happiness and “that is where Kiehl’s initiative comes in We have worked so hard for it and you feel like it is all worth it It is a really satisfying feeling” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Goutham VS | New Delhi | Updated: September 2 2016 3:56 pm Janatha Garage movie review: The movie is nothing but a pathetic adaptation of Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar with a lot of colour and commercial elements added Top News Janatha Garage movie cast: Jr NTR Mohanlal Nithya Menen Samantha Ruth Prabhu Janatha Garage movie director: Koratala Siva The motto of director Koratala Siva’s Janatha Garage is that ‘everything gets repaired here’ but even the best in business can’t save this movie from the fatal damage caused by blindly following the great Indian masala formula The movie is nothing but a pathetic adaptation of Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar with a lot of colour and commercial elements added Resettled in Hyderabad a mechanic named Satyam (Mohanlal) becomes a valve of hope for people denied justice Whoever approaches Janatha Garage with a grievance will be served justice through a task force comprising Sathyam and his group of mechanics Thus Satyam becomes the undisputed server of justice growing to a stature so big that he has a bearing on even government’s cabinet decisions The plot unveils predictably when Janatha Garage’s services come in conflict with a corporate giant’s interests In the process of eye-for-an-eye vengeance Sathyam loses his brother In order to save his brother’s baby boy Anand from the consequences of his actions he allows him to be taken away by his in-law’s family Years later Anand (Jr NTR) rejoins his father’s family and becomes the head of Janatha Garage The film is a usual south Indian mix of family drama obvious villains love affair objectification of female body through item songs and unreal stunt sequences all stitched together mechanically The only good thing about the movie is that a mass hero like Jr NTR is depicted as an environmentalist who rages upon any act destroying the ecosystem A few dialogues stressing upon the importance of nature might well connect with the viewers Also read |Janatha Garage: Jr NTR Mohanlal film comes with amessage At a time when women are subjected to violence for not abiding by Indian cultural norms the movie seems to promote such highly conservative ‘Hindutva’ concepts for instance when Jr NTR’s character shouts ‘no more parties’ and disapproves of women drinking alcohol At the same time he doesn’t mind dancing with Kajal Agarwal in an item number Heights of hypocrisy shown by the director but necessary for survival I guess Also read |Janatha Garage box office collection: Jr NTR Mohanlal-starrer earns Rs 21 cr heading towards blockbusterbusiness Mohanlal and Jr NTR give neat performances as they act with a sense of restraint maintaining much-needed consistency of expressions demanded by their roles even though Jr NTR looked animated and comical in some scenes where melodrama is at its peak Samantha and Nithya Menen were the usual dolls to decorate the movie with while Devayani a typically content housewife played the role without much awkwardness There was not much screen space or scope for other actors to exhibit their prowess in the movie The technical quality of the movie boosts the entertainment element Cinematography and background music are two relief points that make this movie slightly watchable Janatha Garage is thus another film made at a huge cost which wastes a monumental actor like Mohanlal and shamelessly exhibits a director’s idea drought For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 29 2015 1:52 am Bombay High Court Related News The Bombay High Court hearing a custody matter recently observed that the interest of the child would be best served if her parents decide to live together The HC said it was merely expressing hope that both parents themselves competent professionals and are dentists will when it comes to welfare of the child set aside personal differences “However if for whatsoever reason this is not possible then perhaps the next best alternative would be that they depart gracefully so that there is some certainty both in their own lives as well as her precious life” said the court The HC said their child who has at an young age had made great strides in the sport of swimming and had in the course of her interview expressed both love and respect for her parents “However on account of unfortunate rift between her parents she has expressed some reservations in the matter of her shared custody and issues relating to access” observed the court The child had expressed issues with overnight access to her father as she had a gruelling swimming and academic schedules and she would as far as possible wish to adhere to the same as she aimed to compete at the international level “Looking at her grit and determination there is no doubt that one day she will bring laurels to both her family as well as the nation” said Justice M S Sonak The child’s parents agreed that the impact of dispute between them upon the child is quite huge and emergent measures are necessary on their part to halt and mitigate the damage The child is presently in custody of the mother “The mother who presently has custody of the child should be conscious that it is in the interest of the child as well that she spends quality time with her father In this regard the constant reference to gruelling swimming practice schedules or academic schedules cannot always be put forth as some reason to either deny reasonable access or to make any unreasonable dents in the quality of such access” said the HC adding that they were hopeful that parents will suitably rise to the occasion [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: December 9 2017 4:34 pm The data is based on 6788 respondents across 28 countries where in 300 of them participated from India (Source: File Photo) Related News Travellers are more interested in exploring the cultural side of a place rather than touristy locations reveals a new survey According to the survey shared by online accommodation booking website Hotelscom 64 per cent of the participants want to complete their bucket list with their significant other read a statement The research was conducted by One Poll in September The data is based on 6788 respondents across 28 countries where in 300 of them participated from India Trying unique street food (33 per cent) learning new languages and skills (30 per cent) and skydiving (43 per cent) featured higher than visiting the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China on the bucket list goals More than one in 10 Indian travellers want to try something unusual and quirky with bucket list wishes such as meeting Santa Claus in Lapland (19 per cent) visiting a coffee plantation (14 per cent) sing karaoke in Tokyo (17 per cent) or creating your own graffiti street art (18 per cent) The top five bucket list experiences are: Soar the skies while skydiving (43 per cent) take a road trip through off-the-beaten-path towns (36 per cent) dance the night away with a celebrity (37 per cent) try local street food on holiday (33 per cent) and feature in a music video (33 per cent) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 7 2017 4:34 pm Bangladesh vs Australia 2nd Test Day 4: Renshaw gave an aggressive start to Australia before getting out for 22 (Source: AP) Related News Bangladesh vs Australia 2nd Test Day 4: Australia win by 7 wickets Steve Smith-led Australian side beat Bangladesh by 7 wickets to level the two-Test series 1-1 in Chittagong The visiting team were handed a target of 86 runs and they started the chase in an aggressive manner Though Australia lost three wickets after David Warner Steve Smith and Matt Renshaw were sent back in the hut Peter Handscomb and Glenn Maxwell made sure that they don’t lose further wickets Handscomb remained unbeaten on 16 while Maxwell finished off the proceedings in style after smashing a maximum over long on TEAMS: Australia XI: David Warner Matthew Renshaw Steve Smith (c) Peter Handscomb Glenn Maxwell Hilton Cartwright Matthew Wade Ashton Agar Pat Cummins Steve O’Keefe Nathan Lyon Bangladesh squad: Tamim Iqbal Soumya Sarkar Imrul Kayes Sabbir Rahman Mushfiqur Rahim (c/wk) Mominal Haque Shakib Al Hasan Nasir Hossain Mehedi Hasan Taijul Islam Mustafizur Rahman For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 17 2017 4:38 pm George Lucas has created the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises Related News Star Wars creator George Lucas lost his cool when an autograph hunter approached him in New York City The 73-year-old filmmaker refused to give his autograph to the person saying he doesn’t like those people who seek out celebrity signings to sell on websites reported TMZ “You know why I do have money and you don’t have money”he asked the autograph seeker “Because instead of spending my time doing autographs I spent my time making movies…” “I’m not going to keep doing that guys This is $200 a signature so why don’t you just go out and get a job” Lucas knows who his true fans are as he added “These people are here to make money They’re not fans They don’t care They just want to make money” George Lucas as a 33 year old created one of the most iconic and influential movie franchises in the world It was also the highest grossing film in the world at that time But the creation of the franchise was only possible after a severely difficult production process It has spawned two more trilogies – one prequel and the current one which is the sequel trilogy Star Wars also has had a great influence on pop culture However even before Star Wars George Lucas was an acclaimed director with his filmAmerican Graffiti starring Harrison Ford and Ron Howard Lucas is also known for creating another iconic movie franchise: Indiana Jones which started with the 1981 filmRaiders of the Lost Ark which was directed by Steven Spielberg (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe Delhi HC while hearing the defamation suit filed by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor against Arnab Goswami and Republic TV recently observed that Goswami and his TV channel must respect Tharoor’s ‘right to silence’ pending investigation in the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar The defamation suit was filed by Tharoor on the grounds that Goswami and Republic TV by implicating Tharoor in Pushkar’s death risked prejudicing the investigation and any subsequent trial One of the concerns which Tharoor’s defamation suit raises is the balance between trial by media and free speech Trial by Media Trial by media refers to sensational reporting done by news media aimed at determining the blameworthiness of suspects in high-profile criminal cases In other words the media investigates (‘tries’) high-profile matters by reporting them in a ‘whodunit’ manner ‘Trial by media’ risks adversely prejudicing the accused/suspects in criminal cases during police investigations and court trials Public opinion (as shaped by the media) can influence the police and judges in criminal cases — it can even pressurise the police to formally charge certain individuals in criminal cases based on media reports and judges to decide a case one way or the other Trial by media also threatens the cardinal principle in criminal law that an accused is to be presumed innocent until proved guilty under the law Shashi Tharoor (C) after performing the last rites for his wife Sunanda Puskhar in New Delhi in January 2014 Image via Reuters The two competing concerns involved in trial by media are the accused’s ‘right to a free and fair trial’ and ‘freedom of speech’ of the media Right to free and fair trial The right to fair trial is not expressly stated as a right under the Indian Constitution However it is understood that the right to fair trial forms part of Article 21 of the Constitution which states ‘No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law’ In Maneka Gandhi vs Union of India the Supreme Court held that ‘procedure’ under Article 21 must not be arbitrary unfair or unreasonable While the ‘procedure’ under consideration in Maneka Gandhi related to an administrative procedure one can extend the reasoning in Maneka Gandhi to cover police investigations and judicial procedures such as court trials as well A case under Article 21 is generally brought against the State because fundamental rights are enforceable against the State and not private entities such as media houses However one may argue that the State would not be able to discharge its functions in the right manner when it is under public pressure (due to media influence) and therefore if the government or courts allow the media an unfettered right to report this would violate the right to free trial of an accused Freedom of speech of the media Freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right under Article 19(1) (a) of the Indian Constitution and is guaranteed to all citizens Freedom of the press/media is not expressly stated in the Indian Constitution and can be inferred from Article 19 (1) (a) Under Article 19 (2) reasonable restrictions can be placed on the exercise of the right under Article 19 (1) (a) on certain specific grounds including contempt of court and defamation Freedom of media is expressly recognised in the right to freedom of speech and expression (Article 19) under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (an international declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly and signed by India) Media laws and attempts to regulate freedom of press in criminal cases At present there are no laws in India relating to trial by media however restrictions can be placed on the media in certain cases Under section 2 (c) of the Contempt of Courts Act 1971 ‘criminal contempt’ includes publication (words spoken or written or visual representation) which either interferes with or obstructs or tends to interfere with or obstruct the administration of justice Under section 2 (c) ‘criminal contempt’ also covers publication which prejudices or interferes with the due course of any judicial proceeding Under the Contempt of Courts Act Indian courts have the power to punish the press for ‘criminal contempt’ where it publishes content which could interfere with (or obstruct) the administration of justice or prejudice judicial proceedings such as criminal trials Interestingly section 3 states that a publication which is ‘criminal contempt’ under section 2 (c) would not be treated as contempt of court where no civil or criminal proceeding is pending in the matter in connection with which the publication is made In other words if the media publishes a sensational report on a matter in which the police has not formally filed a charge-sheet such publication will not amount to contempt of court This means that any misreporting on Sunanda Pushkar’s death by Goswami and Republic will not amount to contempt of court unless the publication is made ‘after’ the challan/charge-sheet is filed or summons/warrants are issued Law Commission of India’s 200thReport on Trial by Media: In August 2006 the Law Commission of India published its 200thReport titled ‘Trial by Media: Free Speech and Fair Trial under Criminal Procedure Code 1973’ In its report the Law Commission recognised the need to regulate prejudicial coverage of crime because of its adverse impact on judges and the administration of justice The Law Commission suggested amendments to the Contempt of Courts Act to prohibit trial by media including a provision that prejudicial publication made after the arrest of a person in connection with a crime but before a formal charge-sheet is filed should also be punished as contempt of court This was also the position taken by the Supreme Court in 1969 in AK Gopalan vs Nordeen (1969 (2) SCC 734) The Law Commission’s recommendations were not adopted in the Contempt of Courts (Amendment) Act 2006 Indian courts on freedom of speech and trial by media In Saibal Kumar Gupta vs BK Sen (1961 AIR 633) the Supreme Court recognised that media trials interfere with the administration of justice and held “No doubt it would be mischievous for a newspaper to systematically conduct an independent investigation into a crime for which a man has been arrested and to publish the results of that investigation This is because trial by newspapers when a trial by one of the regular tribunals of the country is going on must be prevented The basis for this view is that such action on the part of a newspaper tends to interfere with the course of justice whether the investigation tends to prejudice the accused or the prosecution” In Sahara Real Estate vs SEBI the Supreme Court approved a temporary ban on media coverage to prevent infringement of the right to fair trial The SC also provided guidance on when the court should grant such bans and permitted applicants to “. seek an order of postponement of the offending publication/broadcast or postponement of reporting of certain phases of the trial (including identity of the victim or the witness or the complainant) and that the court may grant such preventive relief on a balancing of the right to a fair trial and Article 19(1)(a) rights bearing in mind the above mentioned principles of necessity and proportionality and keeping in mind that such orders of postponement should be for short duration and should be applied only in cases of real and substantial risk of prejudice to the proper administration of justice or to the fairness of trial” Recommendations to regulate and restrict trial by media The Indian government can consider enacting laws or guidelines to restrict prejudicial reporting by media in criminal cases by adopting the Law Commission recommendations Firstly criminal contempt should cover prejudicial reporting made after the arrest of a person and not necessarily after filing of formal charges in a criminal case Secondly courts should be empowered to pass postponement orders along the lines of the section 4 (2) of the UK Contempt of Court Act 1981 A postponement order is an order to postpone the reporting of court proceedings to avoid a “substantial risk of prejudice to the administration of justice in those proceedings” Thirdly the legislation should specify which publications amount to criminal contempt eg,it is believed that IM? He suggested that if the King of Good Times charged one rupee extra per bottle, Even today I think she’s something special – the best thing that ever happened to me.less sure about everything. it was decided not to implement the change.

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