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RUDA officials said the project is likely to cost the authority around Rs 5. @renatosanches35… ?? pictwittercom/H83HMjpf49 — Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) 31 August 2017 The club website said “His arrival further bolsters Clement’s options in midfield which have been boosted by the recent signing of Sam Clucas from Hull City” Clement said “I’m delighted to secure his services” declared Clement “He is a player I know well having worked with him for six months at Bayern Munich before my own move to Swansea As a player he is a dynamic powerful central midfielder who I believe has all the attributes to suit the Premier League” Sanchez also received interest from other European clubs like Benfica and Juventus For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Amritsar | Published: March 29 2017 3:41 am Villagers have not claimed the vehicles yet Instead they are demanding that the police go after “real culprits” Top News A crackdown on the sand mafia in Ajnala last week has led to an unforeseen stand-off between villagers and the police The police had seized four sand-filled trucks and 10 trolleys during a raid conducted at an illegal mining site near Chahadpur village last Thursday night A case under the Mining Act was registered From the mining site located two kms from the village where the vehicles were seized police also seized a mammoth machine used for mining and loading of sand SDM Ajnala Anupreet Kaur and District Mining officer Bhola Singh Brar were leading the raid Though police did not name any persons in the FIR all the vehicles seized by the police were traced to the residents of the village that touches bank of Ravi Police now want villagers to own up to their vehicles which means they will be liable for criminal proceedings Villagers have not claimed the vehicles yet Instead they are demanding that the police go after “real culprits” “We have not booked anyone yet We know that all the trolleys and trucks recovered by us belong to the residents of Chahadpur We have suggested to the villagers to claim their vehicles and file for bail Soon we will book the persons by name” said SHO Ramdas Baljeet Kaur Chahadpur is a small village with around 300 homes and 1800 people Over the last three years with the expansion of the sand mining business both legal and illegal transportation of sand from mining sites has been a big source of income for the residents There are 40 vehicles in the village that are involved in the business The villagers press their vehicles into service both for legal mining (for which the government announces dates) and illegal mining (that goes on outside these dates) But villagers complain that their vehicles are only a small fraction of the number of trucks and trolleys that carry off the sand from the mining site near Chahadpur Last Thursday though there was no such “outside” vehicle at the site Two trolleys belonging to Chahadpur resident Gurpreet Singh are with the police He said “We are in negotiations with police We have no doubt over the intentions of police about curbing illegal sand mining We are with them in this cause But information about the raid had leaked and those who were involved in sand mining from outside ran away on Thursday evening When police came they impounded our vehicles which were parked inside our homes” The vehicles were loaded with sand at the time of they were seized with the owners planning to transport them out the next day Gurpreet said “We are just transporters Our village has around 40 such vehicles to transport sand that is mined from the Ravi riverbed They were issuing us proper computerised slips for transporting of sand and we were paying for it Police also know that their raid was against those who were into illegal mining business and not against us We are ready to give them slips issued to us for transportation of sand by sand contractors for the investigation purpose” Gurpreet also pointed to the sand loading machine recovered that night as evidence of the involvement of miners from outside the village “Police have recovered a big loading machine that was too heavy for the owners to remove from the mining spot despite having information of raid in advance Police should find out who owns that machine” Gurpreet said A separate case was registered against unidentified persons after the seizure of the machine One person Maha Singh who was found sleeping next to the machine was handed over by the raiding officials to the Amritsar Rural police on the same night He was subsequently let off “We have been investigating the matter We will try to find out who is owner of machine” said Baljeet Kaur “We are not sure about Maha Singh’s role yet He will be asked to be part of investigation when required He was handed over to us by mining official Maybe he was just a night watchman” Amritsar Deputy Commissioner Kamaldeep Singh Sangha who led another raid on sand mafia at Kot Razada on Saturday night said: “Recovery of few vehicles cannot stop illegal mining We will make and implement a proper policy to stop illegal mining” The DC said the Amritsar district administration had been informing all villages in Ajnala tehsil located near the banks of the Ravi where sand mining is rampant that they should not associate themsleves with illegal mining “We have used the public announcement system in gurudwaras to inform the villagers that no official mining site is operational right now in Ajnala They should not indulge in illegal mining if any former contractor or anyone else attempts illegal mining People should wait for few days for the official mining contracts to be issued” he said For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: April 23 2017 2:51 am Top News A MONTH after a suspended assistant commissioner of police had fled from the sessions court the Mumbai Police tracked him down from Kurla Friday night Former ACP Shivaji Naravane was arrested in October 2013 on the charges of murdering his stepson Rohan Zogade He was lodged in a Thane prison and had fled from the court on March 23 after his bail plea was rejected On Friday the Nehru Nagar police nabbed him from Kurla east where he had come to meet a relative “We received a tip off that Naravane was to visit a relative who resided at a society in Kurla (east) Based on information we laid a trap and arrested him on Friday night He was later handed over to the Colaba police station where an offence was registered against him for escaping from jail custody” Senior Inspector of Nehru Nagar police Pramod Koparde told The Sunday Express Another officer said that Naravane had been staying in a building in Tilak Nagar an area he had served as a senior police inspector in the past “He could not be arrested in the past month as he had been using a disguise He was staying in Tilak Nagar but could not be located” he added “A detection officer from the Nehru Nagar police station received a tip off that Naravane would be coming to meet a relative Even after being detained by the police on Friday night he kept claiming that the police had made a mistake and that he was not Naravane However after verification it was confirmed that he was Naravane” said the officer On March 23 Naravane was escorted to the court for a hearing by personnel from the Thane Police Local Arms Division After his bail plea was rejected he told the two policemen that he had to go to the post office on the ground floor of the court building The cops allowed him to enter the post office alone where he allegedly blended into the crowd exiting the court and left the premises An offence was registered at the Colaba police station A week later the police arrested Naravane’s brother for helping the wanted accused On October 24 2013 Rohan Zodage (26) was found with his throat slit at his Tilak Nagar residence A few days later Naravane and second wife Nanda (48) were arrested for the murder of his stepson At the time of his arrest Naravane was posted as ACP at the protection and security wing of the Mumbai Police According to the police Naravane had said that he had murdered Rohan after he misbehaved with Nanda and used foul language Nanda’s former husband then said that there were regular fights between the mother and son as Rohan would demand that Nanda pay him Rs 10 lakh for business The police had however suspected a property dispute as the motive for murder Naravane who was earlier posted as a senior inspector in Tilak Nagar had married Nanda in 2009 at a temple at Ratnagiri Though he lived with his first wife and three children in Dreams Complex Bhandup he would keep visiting Nanda For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: December 30 2016 4:45 pm Lawrence from Shivalinga Top News Choreographer-turned-actor Raghava Lawrence and Ritika Singh’s next bilingual horror flick Shivalinga is all set for a Republic Day release next year Industry sources confirm that the film will release on January 26 and the film’s theatrical rights have also been acquired bu Trident Ravi of Across Films More from the world of Entertainment: Joining the post-Sankranthi release list the film will screen with Venkatesh’s Guru which is also releasing on the same day Shivalinga is be helmed by director P Vasu The actor-director combination has earlier done horror films together While Lawrence is known for his horror films Kanchana and Ganga director P Vasu shot to fame after his blockbuster hit with Rajiinikanth and Jyothika Chandramukhi “Kanchana was a big hit Ganga was an even bigger hit When I was thinking that I should do a bigger hit than Ganga Vasu asked me to watch Shivalinga I liked it a lot I agreed to act in the movie The story is the first hero of Shivalinga Ritika Singh is the second hero Shakthi Vasu is the third and I am the fourth hero Ritika will get the kind of fame that Jyothika got after ‘Chandramukhi’ I was thrilled after watching her performance in the interval block As for Vasu I am happy to have acted under the direction of someone who has worked with my favourite hero Rajinikanth” actor Lawrence had said during the film launch Director Vasu is ready to tap on his expertise of remaking Tamil-Telugu hit Chandramukhi from Kannada hit Aaptha Mitra “Once again a similar thing is happening after many years Raghava Lawrence has acted in a more gutsy way than he did in Kanchana and Kanchana-2 Vadivelu and my son Shakthi Vasu are playing important roles in this movie” the director had said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsIt is by now abundantly clear that the war on black money unleashed by the Narendra Modi government is not a simple one — and we need to mix apples and oranges and and a slew of raw vegetables to get a clearer picture on the pains and gains of the demonetisation drive launched on 8 November Reuters Political costs and benefits may be counted in the electoral process The BJP might take cold comfort from the fact that the next general elections are more than two years away to blunt the opposition campaign on the large-scale human costs involved in terms of sufferings caused to traders labourers After all there is sufficient time to make up with the goodwill that can be generated through a combination of fiscal elbow room arising out of a surge in tax revenues But the game queered last week when the Supreme Court was drawn into the situation and further complicated by increasing reports of how things are going wrong — and not just in terms of the human costs and productivity losses Two key issues arising from the Supreme Court’s questions may embarass or worse still choke the government One if there was a lack of preparedness — crucial to any war including one on black money Secondly and more ominous whether legal and fundamental rights of citizens have been violated especially the right to property Can the government be sued for damages caused by demonetisation through class action suits That question may arise in the coming days Class actions are typically envisaged in cases involving shareholder rights in the context of changes in company law that took effect this year but consumers can also take up class action suits as it happened against Nestle on behalf of consumers of Maggi noodles Consumers can potentially file a class action suit before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) under Section 12 (1) C of the Consumer Protection Act on behalf of all suffering consumers However banking companies are exempt from this Now banks may be exempt but the government is not The Supreme Court ruled last year that the government is not "supremely immune" and may be ordered to pay damages for wrongful acts committed by its officers If the ruling is any indication there is no sovereign immunity for the government although it is accepted in common law As of now the Supreme Court is maintaining a tantalising ambivalence on the issue The big question: can the Union cabinet or the bureaucracy suffer on this account or be held to answer in tangible terms Any comment on inadequate or faulty planning in the implementation of demonetisation measures may amount to nothing more than a stricture But a class action claim can potentially result in an indictment Either way the political consequences are not easy for the government because any remark by the Supreme Court is better ammunition for the opposition than polemical outbursts on the suffering of common people (The author is a senior journalist He tweets as @madversity) BeijingA leading Chinese daily has called India’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval "one of the main schemers" behind the border row and said his trip to Beijing on Friday won’t help settle the row In a scathing editorial the State-run Global Times said "Doval is believed to be one of the main schemers behind the current border standoff Doval will inevitably be disappointed if he attempts to bargain with Beijing over the border disputes" Reiterating that the withdrawal of Indian troops from Doklam was a "precondition" it said Doval’s visit for a meeting of BRICS NSAs meet will not change Beijing’s stance on the issue "India’s withdrawal from Chinese territory is a precondition and a basis for any meaningful dialogue between the two sides The Chinese side will not talk with India on the issue before the Indian troops’ unconditional withdrawal" The NSAs meet was in preparation for the BRICS Summit in July and not a platform to address border skirmishes the daily said If Indian troops don’t pull back New Delhi "will have to pay a heavy price" it warned File image of Ajit Doval and Yang Jeichi Reuters "India’s unconditional withdrawal is China’s bottom line . If India complies with international laws the withdrawal will display dignity Beijing has no obligation to coordinate with New Delhi to withdraw its troops or suspend its road construction" India stopped road construction by Chinese troops in Doklam saying the area was Bhutan’s and the road would endanger New Delhi’s strategic interests India has also said that both Beijing and New Delhi should pull back forces from Doklam before they can talk "India is wrong by brazenly crossing the Sino-Indian border in the Sikkim sector and must correct its mistakes China will neither jeer nor express gratitude for India’s retreat" the Global Times said "New Delhi must give up all its illusions People’s Liberation Army (PLA) forces are being deployed to the border area and will take effective countermeasures if India refuses to pull back voluntarily "The PLA is capable enough to take actions that neither Indian troops nor the government can afford" the daily said China doesn’t believe India was ready for a military showdown the editorial said "India’s voluntary withdrawal will incur the least cost to it If Beijing takes countermeasures New Delhi will be mired in a more passive political and military situation and face its most serious strategic setback since 1962" Islamabad:At least four Pakistani activists known on social media for their secular leftist views have gone missing this week relatives and NGO workers said on Monday as analysts voiced rights concerns Two of the men —Waqas Goraya and Asim Saeed — disappeared on 4 January according to a cyber-security NGO while Salman Haider vanished Friday and Ahmed Raza Naseer relatives said Activists missing in Pakistan are cause for concern Image Courtesy: Facebook The interior ministry has said it will investigate the disappearance of Haider a Dawn newspaper blogger known for his outspoken views on enforced disappearances in the southwestern province of Balochistan but made no reference to the others All four were active on social media groups promoting leftist secular views often against the military or conservative state Pakistan is routinely ranked among the world’s most dangerous for journalists and reporting critical of the military is considered a major red flag with journalists at times detained beaten and even killed "The state has controlled TV and now they’re focusing on digital spaces" said Raza Rumi a writer and analyst who left Pakistan in 2014 after he was attacked by gunmen who shot his driver dead A security source denied intelligence services were involved in the disapperances Naseer who suffers from polio was taken from his familiy’s shop in central Punjab province his brother Tahir told AFPon Monday Hours after Haider was due home Friday evening his wife received a text message from his phone saying he was leaving his car on the Islamabad expressway his brother Faizan said Police later found the car and registered a missing persons report Faizan said his brother had not received any specific threats Waqas Goraya who is usually a resident of the Netherlands was picked up on 4 January as was Aasim Saeed said Shahzad Ahmed head of cyber security NGO Bytes for All "None of these activists have been brought to any court of law or levelled with any charges Their status disappearance is very worrying not only for the families but also for netizens and larger social media users in the country" Ahmad said Tokyo: India’s campaign at the $275000 Japan Open Superseries came to an end as world No8 shuttler Parupalli Kashyap was knocked out in the men’s singles quarter-final here on Friday The World No8 lost 14-21 18-21 to Chinese Taipei’s sixth seed Chou Tien Chen in just 42 minutes at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium File picture of Parupalli Kashyap Getty Kashyap was the lone Indian who entered the quarter-finals after Saina Nehwal Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy and lost their respective second round matches here on Thursday With win over Kashyap Chou Tien Chen levelled things up 2-2 in their career meetings Chen was the aggressor right from the start as the sixth seed gathered five consecutive points in the first game compared to Kashyaps’s three Among total 35 points played in the game Chen grabbed 21 to go 1-0 up in the match in style The Indian came back strongly in the second game but his opponent from Chinese Taipei was too good for him With six consecutive points the sixth seed surged ahead into the semi-finals winning 21 points out of 39 played Chou Tien Chen will play the winner of the other last-eight clash between seventh seed Viktor Axelsen of Denmark and unseeded Korean Lee Dong Keun IANS Glasgow: A little over 12 months after becoming the first Indian woman to make it to the Olympic badminton final the lanky and lithe PV Sindhu could become the first Indian woman to win a badminton gold in either World Championships or Olympic Games Almost 10 hours after Saina Nehwal went down to Nozomi Okuhara in three games 21-12 17-21 10-21 Sindhu stepped up onto the stage to outplay young Chinese hopeful Chen Yufei 21-13 21-10 in the last match on Saturday India’s PV Sindhu celebrates against China’s Chen Yufei Reuters In the women’s singles final on Sunday Sindhu will take on Okuhara In the men’s singles final Lin Dan will attempt to win a sixth men’s title against Viktor Axelson whose entry into the final was the first for Denmark since Peter Gade reached the final and lost to Hendrawan in 2001 The last Dane to win was Peter Rasmussen in 1999 and before him it was Fleming Delfs at the inaugural World championships in 1977 In the women’s final regardless of who wins India’s Sindhu or Japan’s Okuhara it will be the first World Championships title for their country The first 19 editions of the World Championships produced women champions from just three countries – China (15) Indonesia (two) and Denmark (two) Then in the last three years Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon won once in 2013 and Spain’s Carolina Marin won twice in 2014 and 2015 On Sunday a new country will be added to the list While India will have a player in the final for the second successive time – Saina lost the final to Marin in 2015 – Japan is featuring a women’s finalist for the first time ever Ever since Sindhu arrived at Glasgow she has been talking of her desire to change the colour of the medal – from bronze (twice at World Championships in 2013 and 2014) or silver (in Olympics 2016) to gold Soon after Sindhu outplayed Chen who was bidding to add the world title to the world junior title she currently holds she said that she was hoping the colour of her new medal would be gold On her aim to change the colour of the medal and whether silver would do Sindhu replied immediately “Oh no it won’t be (enough) I want to win and the aim is to win gold and I have to be focused on that When you get to the final you want to win You want to win the medal for the country and you can do anything for the country It was he same in Rio last year and I want to win a medal for my country” On the match as such she added “Though the scores do not show she (Chen) fought for each point and it was a tough match despite the lead I had” Sindhu was all business in the first game itself despite Chen being 6-4 ahead Matters became level at 8-all and then Sindhu starting edging ahead She was 11-8 and then 15-9 Sindhu judged well on all of Chen’s long shots which went just over and the Indian did well to let them go And finally wrapped it up 21-13 In the second game it was a Sindhu show all the way She ran up early leads 8-0 9-1 13-1 15-3 17-8 and finally won 21-10 as she got back everything that her rival threw at her Sindhu later said “I didn’t think it would be easy and it wasn’t easy The scores may look so but there were long rallies and she was not leaving any shuttles She was playing well and it is a World Championships semi-final so you cant afford to take it easy Overall it was a good match and I felt my strokes were going well though every point was tough” “Overall it is a great feeling but its not over as yet There is one more match to go and I will have to be focused It is not enough that I have come to the final that one match is very important and I hope for the best” Coach Pullela Gopichand added “It was very good match and Sindhu played very well She got back everything that Chen threw at her The drops the smashes the tosses and Sindhu then did a good job to finish points She played well today” Sindhu 22 and Okuhara 22 have won three matches apiece from six outings between them The Japanese girl can change the pace and play fast as she did against Saina and confused her Lin meets Axelson Meanwhile men’s singles defending champion Chen Long of China was ousted by Axelsen of Denmark The Danish third seed crushed the 2016 Olympic champion 21-9 21-10 in 39 minutes In the final Axelsen will face Chinese veteran and five-time world champion Lin who got past South Korean top seed Son Wan Ho with a 21-17 21-14 victory in 58 minutes Axelsen who won the bronze in the 2014 worlds and 2016 Rio Olympics said "I am still a little out of words I never expected to win that comfortably I am very happy I made little mistakes today and made very few errors It was nice to get revenge from the Olympic semi-finals I am very proud of myself" Chen 28 said he was under too much pressure "I got the first points then lost a lot of the next and that really affected my game In the second I managed to go ahead and that put a lot of pressure on me but Victor played very well" In men’s doubles Indonesia’s Mohammed Ahsan and Rian Agung Sapturo will meet China’s Liu Cheng and Zheng Nan In women’s doubles China’s Chen Qingchen will first partner Jia Yifen and take on Japan’s Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota in the women’s doubles and later she will partner Zheng Siwei in mixed doubles to take on the Indonesian pair of Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 10 2012 1:38 am Related News The Delhi Police arrested three men allegedly involved in the murder of two eunuchs in Munirka on Sunday Police recovered a UK-made pistolthree cartridgesRs 3 lakh in cash and 350 grams of gold jewellery worth Rs 9 lakh from them The three Delhi residents Laxman (36)Satish (37) and Paras (47) worked at a Dera in Majnu Ka Tilapolice said One of the eunuchs owned the Dera, ?The action plan is to target the non-slum areas. ? The probe is underway.
If Kohli’s team procure a whitewash,some of their demands have remained unfulfilled. Flooded street in Mumbai.One should take less than 5 grams of salt a day ( normally we take three-four times more than that), download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Published: May 11, He also sarcastically interpreted the IPL promotional slogan, A cobbler, “You can work on it and try to stop him but it’s very difficult.particularly the Bombay high court bar,but have offices in the Capital.
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and demanded that the work should speed up.