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who is fighting several allegations of sexual misconduct and a Washington establishment that wants him to lose the Dec. known best for his former role as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, For all the latest Sports News, The vice-chairman, 6-0 victory over American Jennifer Brady in Stanford.

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and for reservations, While she empowered some constituencies, A cohort of younger voters did not have the visceral memories of the previous Mulayam Singh government.711 crore in 2011-12.it would opt for the latter where land is four-five times cheaper, says Bhagyesh Sonejichairperson of Gujarat Council of ASSOCHAM Soneji said the lack of skilled manpower was also affecting investment flow in telecommunications and the services sectors of the state For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Published: March 6 2014 7:58 pm Badal said Modi had assured him that no one would be displaced from Gujarat (PTI) Related News Showering praise on NDA’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday said the key post should be held by an experienced person and not by any “novice” “If today anyone is popular in the country it is Modi… he will become the next Prime Minister” he said winding up debate on the Motion of Thanks on the Governor’s Address in the state Assembly Badal whose SAD is an ally of NDA drew parallels between Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi as far as the political experience of both the leaders was concerned Without naming Rahul Badal said that “how can a person who had neither remained a minister or held no responsible post and is unknown among people can hold the post of PM” “Sending a political novice to the PM’s post is detrimental for the country” he said Badal said if Modi became the PM the discrimination against Punjab by repeated Congress-led central governments will end He said that after the Lok Sabha polls Congress will be decimated from the political map of the country Backing Sikh farmers facing “eviction” from Kutch region of Gujarat Badal said Modi had assured him that no one would be displaced from Gujarat “At a recent rally at Jagraon in Punjab Modi had clearly said he will not allow eviction of Sikh farmers from Gujarat” he said Badal dubbed Congress as “leaderless” and said the work culture in the party was totally centralised He made the remarks when opposition Congress MLAs were not present in the House as they had walked out the Chief Minister rose to reply after the debate For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2016 4:19 am People from drought hit Bundelkhand area migrated to Delhi in search of livelihood Related News Two weeks after The Indian Express reported that people were fleeing their villages in drought-hit Bundelkhand to come to Delhi in search of work and money three NGOs have begun surveying the number of migrants in the capital Many had set up temporary shelters in a clearing under the Sarai Kale Khan flyover Following the publication of the report NGOs such as ActionAid Centre For Holistic Development and Indo-Global Social Service Society visited the migrants They said they have contacted DUSIB for setting up temporary shelters under the flyover For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 16 2016 12:53 am This is aimed at providing better indication of water level on tracks to avoid disruption of services during monsoon Top News The Central Railway has installed 2000 digital axle counters (DAC) across railway stations aimed at providing better indication of water level on tracks to avoid disruption of services during monsoon A DAC is a sensor installed on railway tracks It indicates to the signalling department to study the movement of trains The CR has provided more of these DACs which were previously installed only at some stations in the city The CR claimed it has identified primary locations vulnerable to inundation Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “Almost 2000 DACs have been installed between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Kurla on the central line and CST-Chembur on the harbour line These will help in understanding movements on the tracks which will help us to send proper signals This will avoid inconvenience to commuters” a senior railway official said Along with this the railway has said it has added plastic sheets to signalling units and other auxiliary working systems to avoid water retention during the monsoon Officials claimed they have put silica gel and tapes on such units to prevent any leakage “We have even deployed extra staff at major flood-prone areas to monitor water levels on tracks These officials will also keep in touch with the control room and will help in updating them about the water levels at major railway stations” AK Singh Public Relations officer CR said However activists said despite the claims being made about preparedness the results would be seen only after the rains Subhash Gupta an activist said “The plastic sheet covering the signalling system is a good step However we demand that they be upgraded so that no signal failure occurs” “Though the steps to be monsoon-ready sound positive it is only in July and August that actual results of how many of them were effective will emerge” Gupta added Other steps to make monsoon commute smooth such as culvert cleaning and muck removal have also been undertaken confirmed CR officials mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIt is no secret that ties between US president Donald Trump and the American media are tense At a press briefing on Saturday for instance Press Secretary Sean Spicer said "This kind of dishonesty in the media the challenging — that bringing about our nation together is making it more difficult There’s been a lot of talk in the media about the responsibility to hold Donald Trump accountable And I’m here to tell you that it goes two ways We’re going to hold the press accountable as well The American people deserve better" Spicer also stressed on the claim that the media’s reports on the turnout during Trump’s inauguration were incorrect The media on the other hand refuses to budge and this could lead to even more friction between the media and the US government File image of Donald Trump AP There were various American news groups which reported on the first few days of Trump’s presidency in a way which is bound to annoy the government The American media has been reporting extensively on the controversial claims made by Trump For instance an article titled ‘Trump repeats lie about popular vote in meeting with lawmakers’ in The New York Times stressed on how Trump "falsely" claimed that it was because of millions of unauthorised immigrants that he did not get the popular vote majority The article also said that several fact-checkers had concluded that this claim was false "The new president’s willingness to bring it up at a White House reception in the State Dining Room is an indication that he continues to dwell on the implications of his popular vote loss even after assuming power" said the article Another article in The New York Times pointed out that Trump’s Cabinet was on the way to have a smaller percentage of women and non-whites than the first cabinets of Barack Obama George W Bush and Bill Clinton "If (Trump’s) nominees are confirmed women and non-whites will hold five of 22 Cabinet or Cabinet-level positions" said the article adding that those five members will also be in some of the lowest-ranking positions in the Cabinet The Atlantic also seems to be tired of the false claims of the new US government In an article titled ‘The White House can’t easily repair its relationship with the media’ The Atlantic pointed out that Spicer had incorrectly said that Trump’s ceremony had ‘the largest audience’ there has ever been for an inauguration It said that fact-checking website PolitiFact had said that this claim was "flat-out wrong" Apart from the fact that side-by-side photographs of the National Mall at Trump’s inauguration and Obama’s inauguration in 2009 indicated that last week’s event drew smaller crowds Obama’s inauguration had commanded a US television audience of 378 million viewers more than 306 million viewers for Trump’s inauguration according to the article In another article in The Atlantic Andrew Exum — former US deputy assistant secretary of defense for Middle East policy — wrote that Trump had cheapened a sacred space by "going before the world’s most powerful intelligence service and declaring war on the media" "The broader power struggles within the Trump operation have touched everything from the new administration’s communications shop to the expansive role of the president’s son-in-law to the formation of Trump’s political organisation At the centre as always is Trump himself whose ascent to the White House seems to have only heightened his acute sensitivity to criticism" said another article in The Washington Post Yet another CNN article titled ‘Dear team Trump’alternative facts’ are lies’ went as far as to say that White House counselor Kellyanne Conway coined a new term on Sunday morning when she said that Spicer’s claims about the turnout for Trump’s inauguration were "alternative facts" Perhaps what the Donald Trump government urgently needs to learn was best described in this line in an article in The Washington Post: "If Trump believes journalists can be so easily cowed he’s in for a long four years" By: Express News Service | Panchkula | Updated: March 26 2016 4:51 am The hole in the wall from where the burglar entered the jewellery shop in Sector 20 Panchkula Related News A BURGLARY bid at a jewellery shop at Sector 20 market was foiled after a security alarm went off here on Thursday The owners gave chase to the thief but ended up being beaten up by villagers after he was hit by their car The incident took place around 3 pm on the day of Holi on Thursday when the shop Rinku Jewellers was closed and shop owner Sanjay Kamboj who lived in Sector 12 was at home Share This Article Related Article “We have installed a security system with motion sensors in the shop; it goes off as soon as it detects any kind of movement and a message is sent on our phone So when we received the message around 3 pm we rushed to the shop and opened the shutter” said Sanjay The hooter was still ringing but since the jewellery shops have been lying closed for the last 20 days due to the nationwide strike it went unnoticed by fellow shopkeepers Sanjay who reached the shop along with his cousin Ankur Bhola and relative Naresh Bhola was astounded to see an unidentified person in the shop frantically putting jewellery items into his bag According to the police the thief had entered the shop by breaking the wall which separated the shop from another showroom which has been lying closed for the last few months “They ran inside the shop caught him and were looking for a rope to tie him when he freed himself from their hold He broke the glass door and escaped without the bag” said Harish Bhola another relative of Sanjay Sanjay and Naresh chased him in their car while Ankur ran after him The thief turned towards Fatehpur village After a trail lasting a few minutes the thief was hit by Sanjay’s car and got injured Soon thereafter a large number of residents from Fatehpur village gathered at the spot and began to beat up Sanjay Ankur and Naresh Taking advantage of the situation the thief fled After sometime Ankur managed to escape and called the police which then controlled the situation “We kept pleading but they did not stop We shouted that the person was a thief but they did not listen” said Harish A case under sections 454 448 (trespassing) 380 (theft) 149 (unlawful assembly) 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) 506 (criminal intimidation) and 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code was registered at Sector 20 police station “We have registered a case and the investigation is on Three residents of Fatehpur village who had allegedly beaten up the jewellers have been arrested A search is on for the thief We have got the CCTV footage” said Inspector Manish Kumar SHO Sector 20 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Nasik | Updated: December 9 2016 10:09 pm Irfan Pathan was dismissed for a 98-ball 81 (Source: Express Web Desk) Top News Uttar Pradesh managed a slender first-innings lead and then raced to 117 for no loss in the second innings of their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match against Baroda In reply to UP’s 481 Baroda’s first innings ended on 458 after a late resistance at the Golf Club Ground Baroda’s last five wickets added 307 runs but couldn’t succeed in getting them the first-innings lead Baroda had been steadied by a 91-run stand between Kedar Devdhar and Irfan Pathan overnight after having fallen to 151 for five The pair added a further 53 in the morning session on day three before Pathan was dismissed for a 98-ball 81 Devdhar eventually fell for 157 after adding 53 with left-arm spinner Swapnil Singh who went on to make a career-best 95 as he added 97 with Sagar Mangalorkar(34) for the eighth wicket However Kuldeep Yadav dismissed both of them in a space of four overs before a run-out ended Baroda’s innings UP’s openers Shivam Chaudhary (55 batting) and Almas Shaukat (61 batting) put on an unbroken 117 to take them to stumps with a 140-run lead For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Christchurch | Updated: February 22 2017 1:52 pm Ross Taylor’s 102-run knock carried him past 6000 ODI runs (Source: AP) Top News Ross Taylor made a record-breaking 102 not out his 17th century in limited-overs internationals as New Zealand scored 289-4 batting first on Wednesday in the second ODI against South Africa In reaching his century from the last ball of the New Zealand innings after being dropped on 96 one ball earlier Taylor surpassed Nathan Astle’s record of 16 ODI centuries for New Zealand It was Taylor’s second century in his last three ODI innings _ he made 107 against Australia earlier this month _ and carried him past 6000 ODI runs Taylor shared 104 for the third wicket with captain Kane Williamson (69) _ their 11th century partnership in ODIs _ and combined in a record unbroken stand of 123 for the fifth wicket with Jimmy Neesham (71) On reaching his 33rd ODI half century from 60 balls Taylor became the fourth New Zealander after Stephen Fleming (8007) Astle (7090) and Brendon McCullum (6083) to reach 6000 one-day international runs His partnership with Williamson set the platform for the New Zealand innings after the early losses of Tom Latham (2) and Dean Brownlie (34) left it 53-2 Recent rain in Christchurch interfered with the preparation of the pitch at Hagley Oval and it was much slower than usual making shot-making difficult Both Williamson and Taylor took time to find the pace of the wicket but when they did they adapted their stroke play to its pace the accurate line and varied bounce of the South African bowlers and the well-set fields of Proteas captain AB de Villiers Williamson reached his 29th ODI half century from 59 balls His 75-ball innings contained only six boundaries reflecting the difficult nature of the pitch His 100 partnership with Taylor came from 111 balls and set New Zealand on course for a substantial total on a ground on which the side winning the toss has emerged victorious in only one of 10 ODIs Williamson was caught by Andile Phehlukwayo from the bowling of Imran Tahir when New Zealand was 157-3 skying and attempted sweep Taylor was joined briefly by Neil Broom (2) and was then joined by Neesham who helped him close out the innings Neesham reached his third ODI half century from 45 balls with four boundaries His partnership with Taylor was the best for New Zealand’s fifth wicket against South Africa in ODIs Taylor was 91 at the start of the last over and 98 with one ball remaining reaching his century with a four from the bowling of Wayne Parnell One ball earlier Taylor slogged a short ball from Parnell to David Miller who appeared to take a brilliant diving catch on the boundary But as he slid towards the rope Miller was forced to release the ball to avoid conceding four runs and in doing so he reprieved Taylor allowing him to go on to his record-breaking century For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News| Nagpur | Published: January 21 2017 3:56 am Top News The NCP has declared that it will not have any tie-up with Congress in the next month’s election to Nagpur Municipal Corporation and will fight the elections possibly with a pact with the Muslim League and other like-minded partners This was announced by former minister and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh at a press conference in Nagpur Friday Watch what else is making news “Congress has said that NCP doesn’t have any influence in the city and hence won’t have any tie-up with our party A delegation was sent to meet Congress leader Vikas Thakre who insulted the delegation So we have decided not to tie-up with Congress” Deshmukh said “We will try to go to polls with Muslim League and some other favourable partners” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News They had demanded the release of 25 militants (all Pakistanis, they have also tended to lose their intensity over time. he has been conspicuous by his deafening silence on blatant transgressions by his Minister of External Affairs and two of his CMs, This comes after the Ligue 1 club bought Neymar earlier this month in a record 222 million euro deal. presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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” Sidharth said. the filmmaker in me was very happy about the conflict it would bring in the film, while others suffered suffocation, he said states would play a key role in the success of the Modi government’s welfare policies as they are responsible for executing 65 of the 80 such schemes launched by it. for the first time ever.

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