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Shetty said free entry for people can be considered “if the corporation helps us financially”. While England lock horns with Pakistan on Wednesday, According to official statistics available with the hydraulic engineering department,which will be held at the main athletics stadium of the Balewadi sports complex, Beijing also has plans to develop a special economic zone near Bagamoyo. 2016. an evolved holy man stands tall by comparison. building infrastructure and negotiating the terms of coalition politics requires astuteness of a different kind. Kohli pointed at the big-screen at the Wankhede and upon seeing the replay threw his hands in the air and went ‘kya baat hai! who will be seen in ‘Shaandaar’.

Additionally,so 100 machines and a few printers and scanners were delivered there today, Agrawal said For the other officesmachines are likely to be delivered and warehoused The total cost of establishing the new IT systems and connectivity through LAN or Internet for the Mantralaya staff is pegged at Rs 4 crore While computers were available in almost all offices in Mantralaya on Mondaymany were out of use due to power fluctuations and lack of connectivity Agrawal said LAN or dongles or MTNL connectivity would be made available on Tuesday For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 6 2016 9:27 pm A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered in the sun-baked 15000-seater Deodoro stadium (Source: Reuters) Top News Rugby a sport so often played in mud and rain returned to the Olympics in brilliant Rio sunshine on Saturday morning when France beat Spain in the opening match of the women’s sevens tournament to end a 92-year absence from the Games A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered in the sun-baked 15000-seater Deodoro stadium to witness the first Olympic rugby action since the United States beat France to win gold in the men’s 15-aside game at the 1924 Paris Games Spain’s Patricia Garcia had the honour of taking the first kickoff in a women’s rugby match at the Olympic Games but thereafter the French dominated running in four tries to open their Pool B campaign with a convincing 24-7 win Camille Grassineau scored the opening try in the third minute and Lina Guerin Caroline Ladagnous and Elodie Guiglion also crossed Garcia managed to get Spain the last of the 12 women’s sides to qualify for the Games on the board in the second half but they were unable to contain the power of the French Few sides are likely to be able to cope with the strength and pace of New Zealand either over the three days of competition and the Pool B favourites opened their campaign with an eight-try 52-0 thumping of Kenya in the second match New Zealand’s try-scoring phenomenon Portia Woodman took only 30 seconds to get on the board and she added two more tries after halftime to clinch rugby’s first Olympic hat-trick of the modern era Woodman whose father Kawhena and uncle Fred both played on the wing for the All Blacks also turned provider for one try and botched another with the line at her mercy “Think there was a bit of nerves you saw there was a bit of a fumble there” she said “But you have to scratch that and get on with it The atmosphere was awesome” The atmosphere moved up a notch and the crowd grew threefold when Brazil took on Britain in the opening Pool B match but the majority of fans were to be disappointed as the hosts lost 29-3 World Rugby is hoping the return to the Olympics will lead to a massive expansion of the sport outside its traditional heartlands particularly in the women’s game “It was more emotional than technical but we are here” World Rugby vice chairman Agustin Pichot told Reuters after watching the first two games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: January 19 2017 8:54 am Around Rs 4700 crore in withdrawn notes was collected from the DCCBs which needs to be remitted Express Top News The Pune District Central Cooperative Bank (PDCCB) is planning to seek legal redressal from the Supreme Court to highlight the failure of both the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Nabard in initiating the process of remittance of old currency notes deposited at the bank Ramesh Thorat Chairman PDCCB said they will be consulting their lawyer soon to decide the next course of action Watch What Else is Making News Remittance of the demonetised currency has been a major cause of concern with the RBI consistently deferring the process It might be recalled that on November 11 the RBI had barred the DCCBs from depositing or exchanging old currency notes following which 31 DCCBs across Maharashtra were stuck with old notes DCCBs thanks to its extensive rural coverage act as bankers to cooperative institutions like cooperative milk dairies credit societies and sugar mills With over 2900 rural branches the DCCBs are often the only banks in remote regions Around Rs 4700 crore in withdrawn notes was collected from the DCCBs which now needs to be remitted The DCCBs had in fact moved the apex court seeking legal redressal from RBI’s directions The RBI while defending its decision had claimed that the DCCBs had failed to abide by the 100 per cent KYC compliance norms for its account holders The apex court had then allowed remittance of withdrawn notes while ordering for 100 per cent KYC compliance of both individual account holders and primary agriculture cooperative societies (PACS) Following the verdict Nabard had asked DCCBs to submit detailed reports regarding the KYC details of the accounts Barring a few DCCBs from the Vidharbha area all other DCCBs from across Maharashtra have submitted the required reports Also of the 370 DCCBs in India 305 have submitted the voluminous reports too Nabard officials said they are yet to receive any instructions from the RBI on how to go about the KYC verification given the laborious nature of the job Other than the KYC details Nabard had also sought details of currency notes held by the DCCBs as on November 7 which most of the DCCBs had submitted Meanwhile DCCBs are stuck with stacks of old notes resulting in excess expenditure on their part Besides PDCCB which has old notes worth Rs 574 crore other banks stuck with a significant amount of such notes include Aurangabad DCCB with Rs 290 crore Rs 315 crore with Sangli and Rs 10237 crore with Solapur Security expenses apart Thorat said the non-remittance of the notes is causing a severe loss to the bank Various agencies like the Income Tax CBI ED have also visited the DCCBs for inspections In view of the ‘inaction’ by both the RBI and Nabard Thorat said they are left with no option but to move the SC “Former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram had represented us in the Supreme Court earlier and we will be consulting him again By next week we hope to finalise our future plan of action” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMuch before a flurry of exit polls predicted a big win for the BJP-led alliance in Assam the Congress appeared to have had thrown in the towel Although poll pundits have chosen to stay away from making any ‘bold’ predictions in the state’s most unpredictable election in decades not many disagree that it is a visibly jittery chief minister Tarun Gogoi who is giving himself away even before the actual results are declared on 19 May Ready to retire On 14 May when Gogoi’s autobiography was released many saw it as another way of announcing his retirement a declaration of defeat? that confidence has been shaken. Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has convened an all-party meeting on Wednesday? is the defending world champion. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jonathan Selvaraj | New Delhi | Updated: June 20, as the then revenue minister, He built a colony on Noida-Dadri road, are being charged fares at drivers? On the other hand.

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In a report published in Mid-day,the former BCCI president and ICC chairman said he was unable to continue working as BCCI president under the circumstances "I could not work in the present scenario I don’t want to name anyone but can say I have been forced to resign" Manohar was quoted as saying in the report Manohar’s resignation from the BCCI comes under turbulent times when the Lodha Committee report has asked tough questions of the all-powerful and richest cricket board in the world BCCI has been reticent to follow up on Lodha panel’s recommendations which include one-state one-vote barring of politicians from the board legalisation of betting among other steps to ensure transparent functioning Former BCCI president Shashank Manohar Reuters Manohar however refused to cite Lodha recommendations as a reason for his resignation "I don’t want to say anything more except that I wanted to run the organisation (BCCI) on my terms and conditions I didn’t want my image be spoiled I didn’t wish to run the board with others’ influence" he said The Nagpur-based lawyer had taken on the reins of the BCCI in October 2015 after Jagmohan Dalmiya the incumbent board president at the time had passed away Following Manohar’s departure another power struggle to get the BCCI top job looms over the board BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur is said to be the favourite to succeed Manohar IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla is also in the running along with Maharashtra CA president and business magnate Ajay Shirke As per BCCI rules a Special General Meeting (SGM) has to be convened within 15 days apprising the members of the current situation It is the prerogative of secretary Thakur to call such a meeting As per norms Manohar has also resigned from ICC chairman’s post as he was a BCCI representative at the apex body and resignation in country’s board effectively means that he does not stay as ICC’s chairman His tenure was supposed to end in June 2016 after which he was set to take over as the first independent chairman of ICC The 58-year-old Manohar will not be a representative of any country’s cricket board as per the changes recommended by ICC board and will need two independent members of the ICC Board to recommend his name According to BCCI sources Manohar was waiting for the Supreme Court’s final verdict but since it will only come out after the apex court opens post summer vacation the Vidarbha lawyer possibly did not want to wait A top BCCI administrator told PTI: "We all had an idea that Shashank will be quitting BCCI post But let’s not get into a debate as to whether he has dumped a sinking ship or not Whether it has been prudent on his part to quit when BCCI is going through tough times is a matter of conjecture" Manohar is also said to be unpopular within the BCCI itself Vedam Jaishankar wrote that the former BCCI president hadnot helped his causewhen he waived the penalty clause of $4197 million imposed on the West Indies Cricket Board for walking out of the tour of India in 2014 In such circumstances Manohar’s claim gains even more weight and raises another question: Who are the people Manohar doesn’t want to name With inputs from PTI The Hague: Firebrand football manager Louis van Gaal says he is "most likely done as a coach" but would step back into the ring for one exception: a chance to get back at Manchester United "I most likely won’t coach any club again" Van Gaal nicknamed the "Iron Tulip" told popular daily tabloid De Telegraaf "But if I do it has to be a large English club because I have unfinished business with Manchester United" File photo of Louis van Gaal AP The Red Devils unceremoniously sacked Van Gaal last year after an uninspiring stint at Old Trafford despite winning the FA Cup — United’s first major silverware since the retirement of legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson De Telegraaf said Van Gaal in particular expressed "rancour" at United’s top boss Ed Woodward This despite the fact that the paper pointed out that Woodward allowed Van Gaal "to spend 350 million to handpick his team as well as paying him a handsome salary and release fee" Dutch media reports said earlier this year that Van Gaal had received several lucrative offers after leaving United including a three-year multi-million-euro contract in the Far East most likely China Flamboyant and outspoken Van Gaal said in mid-January that he was quitting but changed his tune just two days later saying instead that he was taking a year-long sabbatical "Then I will decide It depends also on the offers I get" Van Gaal said at the time By: Reuters | New York | Updated: September 3 2016 11:36 am Angelique Kerber took 55 minutes to close out the Day Five program at Flushing Meadows (Source: Reuters) Top News Angelique Kerber enjoying a breakout season that has her challenging for world number one crushed 17-year-old American qualifier CiCi Bellis 6-1 6-1 to reach the fourth round of the US Open on Friday Bellis the second youngest player in the women’s field won three qualifying matches and beat two players within the top 65 in the main draw but her dream run ended in a flood of Kerber winners and a rash of errors from the over-hitting teenager The second-seeded German took 55 minutes to close out the Day Five program at Flushing Meadows nearly doubling the 33 points won by Bellis as she notched her WTA Tour-leading 50th match win of the season “Congrats to CiCi She played a great tournament and for sure she will have a great future” the gracious Kerber said in an on-court interview at Arthur Ashe Stadium Next up for Kerber is Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic a 6-3 6-4 winner over 22nd seed Elina Svitolina of Ukraine Kerber and Kvitova have split their eight career meetings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 18 2015 3:45 am Delhi High Court Related News The Delhi High Court Thursday dismissed a plea seeking CBI probe into funding of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in alleged violation of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) “The petition is dismissed” a bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Rajiv Sahai Endlaw said while passing order on the PIL Earlier the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had informed the bench that nothing was found against AAP in its probe regarding allegations that it had received offshore funds in violation of FCRA provisions AAP had termed these allegations baseless contending the party had not flouted any law in receiving foreign funds and got donations worth Rs 30 crore from Indian citizens only and of this about Rs 85 crore had come from NRIs The MHA in its report had also said that eight people with foreign addresses made donations to AAP and “their passport numbers as mentioned in the contribution report of EC were checked and it was found that they possess Indian passports and NRIs holding Indian passports are not a foreign source” The plea moved before the court on February 4 had also sought CBI probe against MHA officials who in their report had stated donations made by eight foreign residents to AAP were not in violation of the FCRA The PIL had also alleged “undisclosed funding to AAP was coming from terrorist groups” and the party had succeeded in stalling MHA probe against it and managed to get a favourable reply to mislead the court For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will be looking to maintain their robust start to their Champions League campaign when they head to Benfica on Wednesday while Antonio Conte’s Chelsea entertain Roma File image of Manchester United players Reuters: Barcelona and Lionel Messi meanwhile play their first home match at the Camp Nou since the Catalonia independence referendum that plunged Spain into chaos when Olympiakos visit Here’s a look at what is at stake in each group: Group A At Lisbon Benfica (POR) v Manchester United (ENG) Manchester United can take a giant stride towards a first appearance in the knockout stages since the 2013/14 season with a win at pointless Benfica –a repeat of the 1968 final The Portuguese champions suffered a humiliating 5-0 defeat at Basel last time out –their heaviest in the competition –following an opening home loss to CSKA Moscow United played out a dire 0-0 draw at bitter rivals Liverpool on Saturday falling two points behind Manchester City in the Premier League after failing to score for the first time this term Sweden defender Victor Lindelof returns to his former club following his close-season move to United while Andre Almeida is serving a two-match ban for Benfica At Moscow CSKA Moscow (RUS) v Basel (SUI) The two sides face off in Russia with the chance to steal a march in the battle to stay within sight of pace-setters Manchester United CSKA have won all four prior meetings with Swiss opponents including home-and-away victories over Young Boys in this year’s play-off round but finished bottom in each of their past four group campaigns Basel’s club-record demolition of Benfica halted a nine-match winless run in Europe but they are only third in Switzerland as they hunt a ninth straight domestic crown CSKA goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev hasn’t kept a clean sheet in the Champions League proper since 2006 –an astonishing run of 45 games Group B At Munich Germany Bayern Munich (GER) v Celtic (SCO) Jupp Heynckes embarked on his fourth spell as Bayern Munich coach with a 5-0 rout of Freiburg on Saturday after replacing the sacked Carlo Ancelotti The 72-year-old led Bayern to the treble in 2013 before retiring and was brought in to steady the ship after Bayern were thumped 3-0 by Paris Saint-Germain in their last European outing Celtic recorded a first group stage win away from home in 17 attempts with an impressive 3-0 victory at Anderlecht last month Bayern have never lost against Scottish opposition in Munich defeating Celtic 2-1 in during the 2003/04 competition in their only previous meeting in Germany At Brussels Anderlecht (BEL) v Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) Paris Saint-Germain’s electrifying strikeforce of Neymar Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe has propelled the French heavyweights to commanding back-to-back wins in the section Anderlecht could be in for another long evening as they search for their first goal and point –PSG thrashed the Belgians 5-0 in 2013/14 when Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored four times in Brussels Cavani and Marco Verratti could return for Unai Emery’s team after missing the hard-fought 2-1 win at Dijon over the weekend that sent them six points clear in France Anderlecht have turned things around after a poor start to their title defence but have won just once in their last eight Champions League home games Group C At Baku Qarabag (AZE) v Atletico Madrid (ESP) Runners-up twice in the past four seasons Atletico Madrid are looking to bounce back from a last-gasp defeat by Chelsea when they head to newcomers Qarabag Diego Simeone’s team are unbeaten in La Liga but were foiled by a late equaliser from Luis Suarez in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Barcelona They have just a single point in Europe so far and will target the double-header with Qarabag as an opportunity to revive their campaign The Azerbaijani club lost 2-1 at home to Roma in their last game a considerable improvement on a 6-0 drubbing by Chelsea on matchday one At London Chelsea (ENG) v Roma (ITA) Antonio Conte’s Chelsea can cement their status at the top of the pool with a third straight win although Roma would replace the Blues at the summit if they can pull off an upset at Stamford Bridge Chelsea suffered a shock 2-1 loss at bottom side Crystal Palace on Saturday –their second on the trot –to drop nine points behind Premier League leaders City Roma succumbed to a Lorenzo Insigne strike in a 1-0 reverse at home to Serie A high-flyers Napoli and have only won on one of 15 prior visits to England Spain striker Alvaro Morata could return from injury for Chelsea but influential midfielder N’Golo Kante remains sidelined Group D At Barcelona Spain Barcelona (ESP) v Olympiakos (GRE) Politics has played a bigger role in Catalonia than football since the region held a referendum that infuriated the Spanish state On the pitch Ernesto Valverde is reunited with the club he guided to three Greek titles in two different stints from 2008-09 and 2010-12 as Barcelona hunt a third consecutive group win Barca’s perfect start to the La Liga season was ended by Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Atletico but the Catalan giants remain four points clear in Spain –fuelled in large part by Lionel Messi’s 11 goals They are also unbeaten in 22 home Champions League matches dating back to 2013 while Olympiakos have made a worryingly sluggish start in Greece on the back of a seventh championship in a row They were beaten by Sporting Lisbon and Juventus in their first two games At Turin Italy Juventus (ITA) v Sporting Lisbon (POR) The six-time successive Italian champions suffered a first home defeat in over two years after going down 2-1 to Lazio at the weekend to fall five points behind Napoli in Serie A These two upcoming clashes will be key to both sides’ hopes of clinging onto Barcelona’s coat-tails although Sporting have a dreadful record in Italy drawing three and losing 10 of their 13 previous matches Sporting warmed up for their trip to Turin with a goalless stalemate against Portuguese leaders Porto to stay two points adrift A narrow 1-0 loss to Barcelona before the international break is Sporting’s lone defeat in 14 outings this seasonOur instruments can?Aggar Nagar and various other areas have now not only announced protest on Tuesday when all shops will remain closed,s drive of lifting vehicles from service lanes. 2017 22:53:02 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. the trial is yet to commence.We will keep bidding open on website for approximately 15 days and after that data will be 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