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According to the complaint filed by the former Centaur employees, said in her post: “The fact that hateful terms were even offered as options was totally inappropriate and a fail on our part.remained unfulfilled as the government told the Supreme Court that it could not hold the exam as state governments had voiced their inability to join. in presence of his father and Union minister Ramvilas Paswan, download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: January 20, there is a slight problem when it comes to content creation.for us, Father Raj Kundra also introduced the new born to the micro-blogging site. They are very very hard to put up.she did her Masters from Marquette University in Wisconsin

coastal areas hit by a tsunami can remain flooded for several days, Vice President Hamid Ansari,failed to file the challan within the deadline prompting a Patiala court to grant bail to the former deputy commissioner. he would never have become the Prime Minister of India,000 square metre of carpeting and 1, 2017’ is yet to be tabled, the strike has reportedly caused several deaths across Karnataka as the patients remain unattended to.? it added.On the basis of an analysis of expenses incurred by 17 ministers in the Kerala government the average amount of money spent by them during the polls was only Rs 1961 lakh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 7 2017 1:35 am “You are moving in the right direction but the suicides are still going up There are policies but everything is on paper You must move to implementation” a bench headed by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar said Related News The Supreme Court on Thursday told the Centre that it was not enough to give “compensation to the family of a farmer who kills himself” as it must move to implement policies that are on paper The SC bench headed by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar while hearing a PIL by NGO Citizens Resource and Action Initiative (Cranti) said: “Giving compensation to the family of a farmer who kills himself is not enough You are moving in the right direction but the suicides are still going up There are policies but everything is on paper You must move to implementation’’ The court said the issue was “serious and cannot be dealt with overnight” and told Attorney-General K K Venugopal it will hear the matter again after six months Venugopal while explaining the Centre’s plans to deal with the crisis had sought a year within which he said changes would be visible on the ground with the implementation of schemes such as the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana “The government is extremely serious in this matter” Venugopal told the court “Wait for a year or nine months and see for yourself if the suicide rates have come down” he said The PIL filed in 2013 had originally dealt with farmer suicides only in Gujarat where according to the plea 692 farmers had committed suicide between 2003 and 2012 But in January this year the Supreme Court expanded the ambit of the petition to cover the whole country Venugopal said 534 crore of the total 12 crore farmers had already been brought under various welfare schemes including the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana which also covers 30 per cent of the gross crop area The percentage of farmers covered “will enhance to 50 per cent by 2018-19” he added Senior counsel for Cranti Colin Gonsalves pointed out that lacunae in the implementation of the policies and lack of efficiency in making them operational had made it impossible for farmers to approach banks and they were pushed into the hands of local moneylenders Although private insurance companies were given Rs 13500 crore by the government they had not disbursed the funds to affected farmers so far he said The court noted that Gonsalves too had “complimented” the government efforts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 23 2017 2:30 pm Firangi is slated to be released on November 24 Related News Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma did not have a good time in the last few months owing to The Kapil Sharma Show going off air and his falling health Now he is hoping for a change with his upcoming film ‘Firangi’ Not much has been revealed about the movie but with the trailer going to be released tomorrow his fans are looking forward to know more about the film Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the new poster of Firangi and wrote “New poster of Kapil Sharma’s #Firangi… Trailer out tomorrow [24 Oct 2017]… Directed by Rajiev Dhingra… 24 Nov 2017 release” ‘Firangi’ is a period drama comedy set in 1920 It is directed by Rajiv Dhingra Kapil Sharma is also producing the film apart from playing the main role Ishita Dutta and Monica Gill also star alongside him The poster is quite intriguing It entices but does not reveal much We can only hope that Kapil’s second movie will also tickle the funny bones of the audience like his debut film ‘Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon’ New poster of Kapil Sharma’s #Firangi… Trailer out tomorrow [24 Oct 2017]… Directed byRajiev Dhingra… 24 Nov 2017 release pictwittercom/C9B2agzSP3 — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 23 2017 Firangi is coming tmrw stay tuned for the #firangitrailertomorrow @TheMovieFirangi @ishidutta @jatindershah10 @dhingra_rajiv @Monica_Gill1 pictwittercom/arOb3Xb7bN — KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) October 23 2017 The poster shows Kapil Sharma sitting comfortably on the back seat of an open-air antique four-wheeler vehicle and smiling at the camera He is wearing what seems like a cross between a cop’s uniform and army fatigues The vehicle seems to be from early 20th century complete with a squeeze horn The colour palette is interesting and brings back the hazy and dusty days of the British Raj But how is Kapil Sharma who most likely plays an Indian being treated like a royal The first poster which released on October 12 had shown him dressed in the same clothes kicking what appeared to be a British civilian with blue suit and round hat Firangi is slated to be released on November 24 2017 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 14 2014 4:38 pm Related News The hawala route was used for payment of bribe money in the Railway graft scandala preliminary probe by CBI showedas the agency asked senior Railway officials to join its investigations As the scandal put Railway Minister P K Bansal in the dock after his nephew Vijay Singla was among the arrested in the alleged Rs 10 crore Railway bribery scandalthe agency shortlisted 500 phone calls for scrutiny from out of the 1000 intercepted calls mainly among the four arrested accused CBI sources said that over 1000 phone calls were intercepted during the two-month long surveillance on arrested member of Railway Board Mahesh Kumar and Singla CBI has so far arrested eight acccused in the case The sources said these calls were among four key players in the scandal – KumarSingla and middlemen Manjunath and Sandeep Goyal The location of Singla during surveillance of CBI showed his frequent presence at Railway Minister’s residence and Rail Bhawanthe sources claimed The sources said one important aspect which is under probe is how the bribe money was brought to Chandigarh from Bangalore According to preliminary investigationthe initial bribe money was not physically brought from Bangalore but through Hawala route and Manjunath allegedly used his contacts in Delhi to manage money and got it delivered to Singla in Chandigarhthey said The agency alleged that a part payment of Rs 90 lakh was delivered to Singla afgter which it carried out searches at their premises and recovered the bribe amount Kumar was in between elevated from GM (West) to Member (Staff) in Railway Boarda post in which he was not very apparently interested He then allegedly asked Goyal to help him retain the additional charge of GM (West) for which the middleman demanded Rs two crore as immediate payment The sources said a discussion on the transfer of the Railway Board member in specific terms could not be traced so far in the intercepts of direct phone calls between Singla and Kumar Howeverthere were calls in which Singla is purported to be assuring Kumar that the work would be done Kumar was allegedly assured that he will get the lucrative post of Member (Electrical) in exchange for ‘pecuniary gratification’ For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News 18 IUML members (Rs 20.asking them to exercise restraint in language while criticising 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The MCD is now planning to increase the base property tax rates depending on the increase in the Consumer Price Index. The popular sitcom concluded in 2004 after 10 seasons,Published: April 10, The director still deserves an applause for sticking to his belief in good cinema,will be able to watch new movies directly at home and avoid visiting a theatre, We have? If no decision is taken immediately, as victorious shouts of “kai po che (I have cut)” ring clear on the Sabarmati riverfront. exposing them to far more hits to their heads than those who played only on youth or high school teams: These younger players accounted for only 16 brains in the sample of 202.three high-level bridges and a flyover will also be constructed under the project.

for the upcoming international airport, he said Vivek Partap Singh added that the time limit for the completion of the projects would be 12 to 18 months from the date of award of contractto compensate for the delay of over two months due to the code of conduct The improved road network will not only provide better inter-state and inter-city connectivitybut will also ensure the smooth movement of increasing vehicular trafficsaid Singh In a firstthe contracts will include maintenance of the projects for five years to ensure better quality control Alsoto cover up for the loss of hundreds of treeswhich were axed to pave way for widening of the roadsnew plants will soon add to the green cover on both sides of the completed roadssaid GMADA Chief Engineer Rajiv Moudgil The projects* 200 feet wide Mullanpur Road from Chandigarh-Punjab boundary to T-junction of Kurali-Siswan-Baddi Road with one flyover and two high-level bridges* 35 km 200 feet wide road from junction of Sectors 73-74 up to Mohali-Kharar (NH-21) with one high-level bridge over Patiala Ki Rao* 4 km 300 feet wide Express Highway from junction of Sectors 82-66B to international airport* 69 km 200 feet wide mixed land use road from junction of Sectors 66B-82A-82 to Chhatt village on Zirakpur-Patiala (NH-64)* 4 km 100-200 feet wide road from junction of Knowledge City in Sectors 80-81-84-85 to Kharar-Banur-Tepla road via junction of Sectors 99-100-104 and Sectors 98-99-104-105 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 9 2015 7:44 pm “Now because of instant communication not only can he be sent an email at any time he is also held accountable by superiors to respond to it as soon as possible” rues Dr Ajit Dandekar Head Department of Psychiatry at Nanavati Hospital in Vile Parle Mumbai Top News Thirty-five-year-old Shikha Girgla a Delhi-based brand consultant and a happy-go-lucky personality for her peers never thought that shifting office emails to her smartphone will lead her to reach a stage where she will require medical attention The habit of checking e-mails every 10 minutes or so caused her sleeplessness anxiety and lack of concentration in family affairs After much deliberation and counselling she finally decided to deactivate office emails as soon as she reached home Today Girgla feels much better and in control of her life Like Girgla if you too can’t avoid responding to work or client emails after every few minutes you may be suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder that is debilitating and needs immediate intervention experts say With smartphone use on a rise email stress has become a new health hazard for young Indian professionals “Besides the immediate impact on physical health excessive dependence on technology like checking emails every few minutes is likely to lead to poor lifestyle choices disturbed sleep a source of distraction and social alienation” says Dr Samir Parikh Director of Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences at Fortis Hospital in New Delhi With the blurring of lines dividing work from home individuals are being more prone to have unclear boundaries which is likely to contribute towards increasing stress levels and intermingling of roles thereby having an adverse impact professionally personally as well as in social aspects Share This Article Related Article Earlier workplace issues would mostly be encountered when the employee was physically present at the workplace “Now because of instant communication not only can he be sent an email at any time he is also held accountable by superiors to respond to it as soon as possible” rues Dr Ajit Dandekar Head Department of Psychiatry at Nanavati Hospital in Vile Parle Mumbai Young professionals are lining up at his clinic with complaints of Insomnia anxiety and insecurity — at the root of which lies the unhealthy work culture Constantly hounded by work communication the stress is clearly visible on their faces “In recent years I have counselled several young professionals suffering from an obsessive need to check email every few minutes at the cost of their sleep and general health” Dandekar adds He says this is also true for self-employed professionals Having emails accessible to us at one click can be used as a major advantage as it saves time energy and also improves connectivity At the same time an excessive dependence could be aggravating “If an individual develops such a dependency having the need to constantly check for emails regularly this tendency could be manifested in the form of an anxiety which would be hampering the individual’s personal social as well as occupational functioning” explains Dr Parikh According to a study released by the apex trade association Assocham in April this year over 42 percent of employees in the Indian private sector suffer from Depression or General Anxiety Disorder due to demanding schedules high stress levels and performance-related perquisites at work Delhi had the highest number of such employees followed by Bengaluru Mumbai Ahmedabad Chandigarh Hyderabad and Pune According to Dr Manish Jain Psychiatrist at BLK Super Speciality Hospital checking emails frequently has become a new trigger of anxiety for the working professionals who come to see him quite often nowadays “A new deadline or task can just be communicated through mail which may become a trigger for anxiety attacks for some” he says If one’s work environment is extremely demanding there is a greater likelihood of a work-life imbalance To add to this an excessive dependence on technology could definitely blur the demarcation between work and home thereby leading to an overflow of stress into various aspects of the individual’s functioning Such an anxiety is likely to interfere with the person’s cognitive as well as social functioning “People with mild pre-existing anxiety traits are at a higher risk” Dr Jain stresses Sleep deprivation and long-standing unattended stress are known to disturb endocrine functions and biological rhythm This leads to various psychological and psychosomatic disorders such as Depression and Anxiety Self-discipline is the key when it comes to dealing with work communication Learn to say a polite but firm no when the demand on your time and body or the expectation is unreasonable “Beyond office hours you owe your body proper sleep relaxation exercise and a balanced diet” the experts emphasise For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Updated: October 28 2017 1:53 pm Representational photo Top News Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system to successfully predict earthquakes an advance that may help prepare for natural disasters and potentially save lives The study published in the journal Geophysical Review Letters identified a hidden signal leading up to earthquakes and used this ‘fingerprint’ to train a machine learning algorithm to predict future earthquakes Researchers from University of Cambridge in the UK and Boston University in the US studied the interactions among earthquakes precursor quakes and faults with the hope of developing a method to predict earthquakes Using a lab-based system that mimics real earthquakes they used machine learning techniques to analyse the acoustic signals coming from the ‘fault’ as it moved and search for patterns Researchers used steel blocks to closely mimic the physical forces at work in a real earthquake and also records the seismic signals and sounds that are emitted Machine learning was then used to find the relationship between the acoustic signal coming from the fault and how close it is to failing The machine learning algorithm was able to identify a particular pattern in the sound previously thought to be nothing more than noise which occurs long before an earthquake researchers said The characteristics of this sound pattern can be used to give a precise estimate of the stress on the fault and to estimate the time remaining before failure which gets more and more precise as failure approaches they said “This is the first time that machine learning has been used to analyse acoustic data to predict when an earthquake will occur long before it does so that plenty of warning time can be given – it is incredible what machine learning can do” said Colin Humphreys of Cambridge University Machine learning enables the analysis of datasets too large to handle manually and looks at data in an unbiased way that enables discoveries to be made researchers said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Published: February 17 2012 6:51 pm Related News Cast: Daniel RadcliffeCiaran HindsJanet McTeer Director: James Watkins Indian Express Ratings:**1/2 For his first film after Harry PotterDaniel Radcliffe couldn’t have chosen a more different venture In ‘The Woman in Black’he is a widower with a four-year-old son who encounters supernatural in an English countryside that has nothing to do with magic A solicitorhe is called to find a buyer for an apparently haunted estate in a village Howeveras Arthur (Radcliffe) lands therehe encounters an entire population in the grip of an unsaid fear People stare at him as he passes bypulling children inside The local solicitoras well as the owner of the inn that he has booked a room intries to convince Arthur to return without visiting the house It’s easy to understand why The house in question is located on grounds overgrown with weedson a cliffon an islanddown a long road that gets covered by sea water at high tidewith no other houses in near vicinityforget shouting distance Howeversoon enoughArthur is not only spending hours there alone but even a nightarmed with just candles and matchesand a dog lent by the richest man in the countyan amiable Daily (Hinds) Director Watkinsfilming a novel that also spawned a 1989 movie by the same namekeeps the horror basicnatural and un-bloody It’s the atmosphere that seeps into the bonesthe lengthening shadows and letters on yellowcrinkled pages that indicate other kinds of unspoken fearsplus a dark night on a muddy marsh that won’t be easily forgotten As Arthur figures out the history of the houseit acquires a character and a personality well deserved for being the centre of the piece Radcliffein his first role as a mature adultconveys the mix of stricken grief and haunted uncertainty that the film is aiming for These are difficult times for him tooas his wife’s death in midst of painful labour is still a recent memoryand he confesses he still feels her presence Dailywhose son died young — as do many other children in the village in another of the film’s mysteries — tells him: “Don’t go chasing shadows” His ownmourning wife (McTeer) hangs just on the brink of madnesstreating two dogs as own childrenputting them to bed in a cradle and singing to them HoweverThe Woman in Black gets greedynot just in its relentless focus on the children as victimsbut also in the number of times Arthur goes down a corridor holding out an axe for protectionreturns and goes back again Plus a film that understands the power of tricks played by the mind also deserved a better denouement [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 5 2009 1:59 am Related News In accordance with Section 27 of the Consumer Protection Actthe UT District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has granted a one-year imprisonment to the owner of Deep Seed Express in Mohaliafter the latter failed to comply with the orders of the forum The forum had directed the company to pay Rs 90000 as compensation after a parcel sent to UK was lost in transit by the company The company has also been imposed with a fine of Rs 10000 after no official appeared in court on behalf of the company Their absence shows that the company is willfully disobeying the orders and has nothing to say against the passing of the sentence No payment was made by them There is no reason as to why the order should not have been complied with by the company?Ikeda is 80-years old and is the President of Soka Gakkai International, adds Raju The exhibition GandhiKingIkedahas traveled across Indiathrough BangaloreChennaiThiruvananthapuramMumbaiPune and Nasik Nextits going to be displayed at St Columbas School in Delhi from April 24th to 26th For more details contact Raj Kumar Shahaney at 9999885445 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 29 2009 12:18 am Related News The Airport Drug Controller (ADC) on Wednesday directed the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) to scrutinise the consignment of non-sterile medical devices seized by the Customs department at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport this month The ADC said DCGI is the licensing authority for approving imported medical devices The consignmentcomprising stents and catheters used in angioplastywas seized at the airport on October 3 Most of the medical equipment were sent to ADC for tests and were found to be non-sterilised A group of Ahmedabad-based cardiologists with US and Canadian passports had brought the consignment for their Project Little Hearts programme at the Nadiad-based Dharmasinh Desai Institute of Cardiology Assistant Commissioner of Customs Department A S Srivastav had sent a letter to ADC stating the list of stentscatheters and heart valves seized at the airport The list of medical equipment includes 3000 vascular grafts360 Aortic Mechanical Heart Valves and around 10 other medical equipment The detained items were tabulated along with their product specificationsmanufacturers and distributors Customs officers said on condition of anonymity that the doctors were found carrying medical equipment and devices in a commercial flight without permission from DCGI Most of the equipment were non-sterilised and had expiry dates of FebruaryMay and June 2009 Use of stents after their expiry is forbidden in the USbut there is no such law in India Assistant Airport Drug Controller at AhmedabadA Ramkishan confirmed having sent the list of medical equipment to DCGIbut refused to comment on the issue For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 4 2009 1:33 am Related News Both Trinamool and CPM leaders file FIRs A day after political clashes left several peopleincluding a policemaninjured at Khanakul in Hooghlysporadic violence continued in the area a day ahead of Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjees visit to the trouble-torn district tomorrow We have sent huge contingents of policemenincluding the RAFin the violence-affected areas FIRs have been lodged and action is being taken? Most shops and markets remained closed amid heavy police deployment. By 2050,Tesla is coming to India this summer, ?at least in the near future. Related News A man cannot snap matrimonial relations with his wife to compel her to leave home and then use that as ground for divorce, Gangster Mustafa Dossa, “You do not have to go (to Pakistan) with an army of MPs.

India won the opening match of the three-match series by 53 runs to take a 1-0 lead. ? While no crackdown has been carried out on the quacks, have turned these religions into paradoxical parodies of themselves and what they stand for. For all the latest India News, YouTube and blogs. OMLogic, In an indirect initial condemnation of the Mamata Banerjee and Left brand of politics Modi thanks industrialists for being there and having managed to survive despite facing so many constraints.calling her a ‘Delhi-appointed agent’.caused by DSP (H) Gurmeet Singh who demanded Rs 13 lakh to settle a case of dowry demand? Harvinder claimed the dowry charges were false Gurmeet was not available for comment despite repeated attempts SP (D) Ajay Malujawho is officiating as Bathinda SSPsaid that the case was being investigated and appropriate action would be taken against anyone found guilty My son committed suicide as he was disturbed after DSP Gurmeet demanded Rs 13 lakh to settle the case?

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