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Firstly, They said that DCB has simply put the figures of expenses but has failed to point out the source of money.callous and insensitive?there are plans to ask Rewari Steam Loco Shed to provide a steam engine that can be run to Mumbai Central early next year. The officer said a steam enginealong with three coachesis likely to have a ceremonial run in Mumbai As a part of its celebrationsWR is organising a two-day exhibition at Churchgate station on November 28 and 29 The exhibition will showcase rare black and white photographs of BB & CI and also highlight growth of WR The WRfor the first timewill also release an information booklet for Re 1which contains essential information on ticketing facilitiessecurity helpline numbers and location of reserved WR coaches [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJohannesburg: South Africa’s Constitutional Court has rejected Oscar Pistorius’s last-ditch attempt to appeal against his murder conviction for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013 an official said Thursday "The court dismissed the application for leave to appeal because there are are no prospects of success" Luvuyo Mfaku spokesman for the National Prosecuting Authority told AFP Earlier in January South African prosecutors had said that they would oppose Pistorius’s attempt to have his murder conviction overturned in the Constitutional Court describing his appeal as having "no reasonable prospect of success" Oscar Pistorius AP The Paralympic champion has been on bail awaiting a new sentence since December 2015 when the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) found him guilty of murder for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013 The SCA overturned his earlier conviction on the lesser charge of culpable homicide In early January his lawyers applied for leave to appeal to the Constitutional Court the highest court in South Africa arguing the SCA had "acted unlawfully and unconstitutionally" But the National Prosecuting Authority on 25 January lodged papers with the court opposing the appeal "It is our respectful submission that the SCA committed no errors of law and that the arguments by the applicant are without merit and contrived" it said The double-amputee killed Steenkamp a model and law graduate in the early hours of Valentine’s Day three years ago saying he mistook her for an intruder when he shot four times through the door of his bedroom toilet Pistorius was released from jail in October to live under house arrest at his uncle’s property in Pretoria after serving one year of his five-year prison sentence for culpable homicide – the equivalent of manslaughter The SCA judges in December 2015 described his testimony at his trial in 2014 as "untruthful" and delivered a damning indictment of the original verdict Pistorius 29 could face at least 15 years in jail for his murder conviction His next sentencing hearing is on 18 April AFP

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A local resident, the New York Daily news reported. in July 2014,indicating to her entourage that she is ready to promote her Bollywood debut,submitted to the court a letter written by Secretary of the Nanavati Commission G K Patel asking for extension for the panel.contesting candidates or any other persons shall convene,and thus cannot express their sexual dissatisfaction. the long-term goal is for Pakistan and India to conclude some framework of mutual cohabitation. “The last couple of games we’ve been very, He wanted Rehana to move with him to Bulandhshahr.

” he said. carrying a bag and some files, the eighth seeded Mohamed Abouelghar. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Gupta | Chandigarh | Published: November 12,it does take time to fish out the order.added the charge of murder against the accused after the post mortem.Inform us on Friday about the number of EWS seats vacant and also as to what steps have been taken by the Government to fill up the same, said the bench underlining that the matter required immediate attention as the academic session was already on The governments counsel informed the court that about 765 unaided private schools had failed to fill up 25 per cent EWS seats in the academic year 2011-12as stipulated under the RTE Act The government further said the Directorate of Education has issued showcause notices to them The Court was hearing a PIL filed by an NGOSocial Jurist Its counsel Ashok Agarwal highlighted that the unaided private schools had not complied with the provisions of RTE Act relating to grant of admissions to the extent of 25 per cent seats to the children belonging to EWS section Agarwal also contended before the court that several schools had not informed the DoEabout the vacancy position as on March 31 The schools are obligated to pass on this information by April 7 but they have failed to do sohe said The court then adjourned the hearing for April 20 and asked the government to collate required data and inform the court For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSaint-tienne France:Croatian fans who hurled flares on the pitch to halt their country’s Euro 2016match against Czech Republic were branded "sports terrorists" as the showcase tournament suffered new troubles UEFA said an investigation would be opened and even the country’s president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic slammed the violent fans as "enemies of Croatia" Less than a week after Russian fans tried to attack England rivals inside the Marseille stadium the European Championship finals suffered a double blow After the incidents flares and terrace fighting at the Croatia-Czech Republic game Turkish fans lit flares and threw firecrackers on the pitch at Nice after their side lost to Spain Meanwhile the Russian government maintained its offensive over the treatment of its fans in France President Vladimir Putin said "I truly don’t understand how 200 of our fans could beat up several thousand English" But 20 Russians detained near Marseille were to be expelled on Saturday UEFA threatened Russia with expulsion from the tournament if their fans caused more stadium trouble at the tournament Europe’s governing body will now be under pressure to take a tough line on Croatia which was a repeat offender during Euro qualifying At least 10 flares thrown from among Croatian supporters in the Saint Etienne stadium landed on the pitch in the 86th minute One steward appeared to be hit ‘Enemies’ Croatia were leading 2-1 when English referee Mark Clattenburg halted proceedings Captain Darijo Srna ran to the Croatia corner to appeal for calm but punches were then thrown between fans and stewards cleared the section When the game resumed Czech Republic scored an equalising goal to finish 2-2 Croatian fans threw flares on the pitch to halt the game against Czech Republic AP A UEFA spokesman said an official inquiry would be launched on Saturday Croatia already face punishment over a firework thrown on the pitch and a fan who got on to celebrate during the country’s first Group D game against Turkey Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic who scored Croatia’s second goal apologised for the fans’ behaviour "We have to say sorry to UEFA the people at the match and all the people around the world who love football" Croatia’s fans have built up a track record of trouble in recent years They drew a Nazi swastika symbol on a pitch before a Euro qualifier against Italy last year "I hope these people are identified and punished" said Croatia’s coach Ante Cacic "These people are really scary that is why I call them hooligans These are not fans these are sports terrorists" The country’s president called the fans "enemies of Croatia" and "haters of their own squad and country" Grabar-Kitarovic pledged the fans involved would be held accountable "Shame on you" she declared on her Facebook page UEFA ordered the country to play two Euro qualifying matches behind closed doors deducted a point and fined the federation 100000 euros over the swastika drawn before the home game against Italy on June 12 last year In November 2014 Croatia’s qualifying match in Italy was halted for 10 minutes because flares were thrown on the pitch engulfing the Milan San Siro stadium in smoke Swastika UEFA then ordered Croatia to close an 8000 section of their ground for their next game and fined the federation 100000 euros Croatia has caused the second major episode of stadium turmoil at Euro 2016after Russian fans attacked English counterparts in the Marseille stadium last week A ‘suspended disqualification’ still hangs over the Russian team The fans are also paying for street battles with England counterparts in Marseille before the game which left 35 injured two gravely A court in Marseille on Thursday jailed three Russian fans for up to two years for their role in the street violence Twenty other fans are to be expelled on Saturday on a flight from Nice to Moscow The troubles spread to Nice where Turkey could also face sanctions after their fans lit banned flares and lobbed firecrackers on the pitch after their side lost 3-0 to Spain their second straight defeat Seven people were arrested inside the stadium for thrown the pyrotechnics Three Turkish-origin French nationals were arrested trying to take flares into the stadium The 11 Spanish fans accused of attacking a corner store manager in Nice’s old town were suspected ultra-nationalists French police said One had a swastika tattoo on his leg A Nice court on Friday ordered three local fans accused of attacking Northern Ireland supporters to be held in jail while they await trial in case they cause more trouble during Euro 2016 The brawl erupted outside an Irish pub on June 11 where several hundred Northern Ireland fans had gathered ahead of their match against Poland the next day Nine people were injured in the intense three minute battle in which bottles glasses and other objects were thrown New York: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused the US of not complying with the landmark nuclear agreement that took effect in January and said American credibility would suffer if the accord was not honoured In his UN General Assembly speech on Thursday Rouhani criticised what he described as an American failure to adhere to obligations under the agreement which relaxed many economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for verifiable pledges of peaceful nuclear work the New York Times reported A file photo of Hassan Rouhani AFP Rouhani said that despite the intense diplomacy that had achieved the agreement between Iran and big powers there was "not a very stellar report card by the US when it comes to fulfilling the agreement" He spoke a day after American export licenses were granted so that Iran could buy dozens of new planes from Boeing and Airbus the biggest commercial transactions between Iran and the West Rouhani called this agreement a model for how to resolve disputes peacefully But he coupled it with a warning against "illegal actions" by Washington He complained that American restrictions on banking and dollar transactions with Iran which were unaffected by the nuclear agreement have discouraged many banks from engaging with the country because they worry about possible penalties from the US the New York Times said While the lifting of nuclear sanctions has enabled Iran to produce and sell far more oil and its economy is growing faster than in other oil-exporting countries the nuclear accord has not led to a trade and investment boom in Iran according to analysts Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 19 2013 4:23 am Related News Ashutosh PednekarNavneet Narian and A Rabindranath recorded upset wins to enter the last four in their respective events at the Kirloskar Pune Open Squash Championship The tournament is being played at the Poona Club squash courts under the auspices of Squash and Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) and is being organised by Poona Club Ashutosh Pednekar ousted third seeded Rohit Thawani 11-3 11-8 11-4 in the over 35 category while former India player Navneet Narian scored a facile 11-2 11-8 11-3 win over third seeded Navin Shenoy in the over 40 category A Rabindranath recorded the biggest upset of the day in the over 45 event when he toppled top seed Samir Khare 9-11 11-7 11-8 5-11 11-8 in the longest match of the day Mumbai player Arjun Agnihotri gave a tough time to fourth seed Deepak Mishra of Chennai before Mishra recouped to register a 11-6 11-5 13-15 11-4 win and booked a berth in the semifinals Top seed and one of Indias most promising squash players Mahesh Mangaonkar outplayed Vikas Jangra of Mumbai 11-6 11-4 11-8 Mangaonkar looked in top form as he went about his business with workmanlike efficiency Mangaonkars speed and the angles which the Mumbai lad created seemed to be too much for Jangra to contend with Second seed Ravi Dixit of Chennai scored a straight 11-6 11-7 11-6 win over tenth seed Rohan Vora of Pune while third seeded Gaurav Nandrajog was stretched by sixth seed Rishad Pandole of Mumbai 11-13 11-1 11-7 11-9 In the professional eventtop seed Sanjay Pawarsecond seed Deepesh Bhoradethird seed Vijay Waghela and fourth seed Rohit Kadam progressed to the semifinals For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: May 23 2012 3:57 am Related News Justice P B Majmudarwho was transferred from the Gujarat High Court (HC) in 2007 in controversial circumstances following an alleged squabble with the then HC judgeJustice B J Shethnahas been transferred back to the HC He was administered the oath of office by the acting Chief Justice of the HCBhaskar Bhattacharyaat a function held at the HC building on Tuesday morning Registrar General of the HC G R Udhwani said Justice Majmudars oath ceremony was organised at HCs Committee Room No 1 which was attended by several senior HC lawyers apart from Law Minister Dilip SanghaniMinister of State (Law) Pradeepsinh Jadeja and Leader of Opposition Shaktisinh Gohil In January 2007Justice Majmudar got engaged in an ugly confrontation with the then HC judgeJustice Shethnawhen the former alleged the latter of misbehaving with his wife and then threatening him to beat Justice Majmudar did not lodge a police complaint buthad written a letter in this regard to the then Chief Justice of the HC to put things in black & white.so that? That was very close for India but Gurpreet is alert.He saves from close rangeand denies Puerto Rico an equaliser Poor defending as they let it through two defenders 24′ GOAL India take the lead through Chhetri He sends the kick into the goal after it hit the post India 2-1 Puerto Rico 22′ D’Andrea is booked outside the box after he brings downSunil Chhetri India will have a free kick and Sunil will take it 18′ GOAL India level scores 1-1 After Sunil Chhetri’s free kick hits the post? For all the latest Entertainment News.

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