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It also launched the reincarnated version of the Nokia 3310 in the country.com to watch live streaming of the match.A smartphone allows a useraccessibility to the service on the go with the website having its applications both on iOS and Android platforms Catch the live scores and updates from Day 1 of the India vs Bangladesh one-off Test in Hyderabad Palestinian reconciliation spells cheaper prices for Gaza consumers | Reuters World Reuters Nov 09 2017 22:02:55 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Nov 09 2017 22:02 PM | Updated Date: Nov 09 2017 22:02 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Written by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: January 28 2016 11:08 am Related News With an aim to usher in transparency the UT Excise and Taxation Department is considering e-tendering for the allotment of liquor vends in the city The National Informatics Centre (NIC) had recently given a presentation to the senior officials of the department on how e-tendering in allotment of vends would work With the introduction of e-tendering all tenders will be floated online and the entire process will be computerised UT excise and taxation commissioner Jatinder Yadav said that they were working out the modalities and a final decision in the matter would be taken by January 31 “There are few issues which we need to address before introducing e-tendering” said Yadav Share This Article Related Article Satya Pal president Chandigarh Wine Merchants Association welcomed the step and said that move would bring in transparency in the process of allotment of liquor vends Some of the key departments of the Chandigarh Administration— Chandigarh Housing Board and all wings of the engineering department (Civil Public Health Electricity and Electrical)— have already adopted e-tendering Meanwhile the excise department has formulated a draft of the excise policy 2016-17 According to sources the new policy is expected to be similar to the existing policy Last year the administration had reverted back to its 14-year-old policy to sell vends in cluster which proved to be a success as all the vends were sold and the administration generated a revenue of Rs 144 crore against the reserve price of Rs 10533 crore Sources said that there would be a nominal change in the reserve price The Chandigarh Wine Merchants Association has written to the administration urging that rates of various brands be discussed with the wholesalers before announcing the excise policy The association has also demanded that the total number of liquor vends be finalised after due consultations with all the stakeholders Satya Pal said that the annual quota and licence fee decided by the department should be uniform for each vend and the recovery of licence fee should be proportionate with the lifting of quota For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghna Malik | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2016 4:55 am A lineman works without safety belt on an electric pole in Sector 26 Chandigarh Top News WITH SEVERAL on-field staff workers of the UT Electricity Department still not having basic equipment like rubber gloves safety belts raincoats and other protective gear the security of the electrical linemen in Chandigarh continues to be under threat In the last two years there have been about 10 on-field accidents of electrical linemen in the city Just last month there was a reported incident of a lineman suffering injuries while working on a live wire without equipment “On May 13 one of our linemen met with an accident while working in Sector 41 He is still admitted to PGI and is yet to recover In the recent past more such accidents have occurred” general secretary of UT Power Men Union Gopal Dutt Joshi told Chandigarh Newsline On Saturday members of the union met with Superintending Engineer of the UT Electricity Department M P Singh in order to discuss the need for more safety gear for workers During the meeting members of the UT Power Men Union also raised the issue of shortage of staff in the Electricity Department Share This Article Related Article According to records against the sanctioned strength of 625 assistant linemen currently there are only 286 in the UT Electricity Department Further even though 250 linemen have been sanctioned by the Electricity Department currently only 157 are working Discussing the pending issues of the employees of the UT Electricity Department Singh stated “We are systematically considering all the demands that have been raised As far as the issue regarding purchase of safety gear is concerned there has been some delay for now but tenders have already been floated We are hoping that the process will be completed soon and within a month perhaps the safety gear will be provided to the linemen” Singh added that a process for filling of vacant posts had been initiated already and approval from the Ministry of Power was now awaited However the electrical linemen are not satisfied with the response of the UT Electricity Department The linemen believe that the Electricity Department’s lenient attitude towards provision of safety gear has been putting their lives at risk “Time and again we are told that tenders have been floated for acquiring safety gear but for the last two years we have not witnessed any substantial results For linemen like us each time we work on live wires we put our lives at stake due to absence of protective gear” added Joshi After having met with Singh again on Saturday members of the UT Power Men Union now hope that the department succeeds in providing them protective gear before the onset of monsoon “The danger of working with live wires increases manifold during the rainy season We do hope that we are at least provided with the required gear well ahead of that” said Amit Passi an electrical lineman from Mauli Colony For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: June 12 2016 10:51 am JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were slapped with sedition charges in the wake of the incident All three were arrested and later released on bail Related News In its final report the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) CBI has stated that the raw video footage of the February 9 incident on JNU campus aired on Zee News was “authentic” said sources Investigators are likely to question those identified in the video clippings said police sources During an event held to mark the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru who was hanged “anti-national” slogans were allegedly raised on campus On February 11 Delhi Police purportedly got the CD containing the raw footage of the event from Zee News Police had registered the FIR into the JNU incident based on footage aired on the news channel JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were slapped with sedition charges in the wake of the incident All three were arrested and later released on bail Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The case has since been handed over to the Delhi Police’s elite anti-terrorism Special Cell unit After receiving the “raw footage” the Special Cell had sent it along with the camera used to shoot the video the memory card a CD containing the clip wires and other equipment to the CFSL A police officer said “The CBI laboratory sent a report on June 8 saying the raw footage was authentic” In April the Delhi government sought action against Zee News NewsX and India News for broadcasting allegedly doctored videos of the February 9 incident and registered a complaint in a Delhi court A Zee News producer Vishwa Deepak had resigned from the channel late February and had said in a letter that the channel had broadcast a video of students raising slogans with a caption that said Pakistan Zindabad “The video which had no Pakistan Zindabad slogans in it we played repeatedly to spread madness How did we establish that Kanhaiya and his associates were chanting slogans when all we heard were voices coming from the darkness Our biases made us hear Bhartiya Court Zindabad as Pakistan Zindabad” stated his letter Zee News Editor Sudhir Chowdhary had then told The Indian Express that he stood by the footage aired “The slogans are very clear for anybody to hear We stand by the footage that was aired on Zee News We have handed over all the raw footage to the Delhi Police” he had said Earlier the Forensic Science Laboratory in Gandhinagar had analysed four other “videos” of the event and reportedly found them “genuine” said sources These videos were reportedly recorded by security guards and students on their mobile phones The Delhi government had also asked Truth Labs in Hyderabad to analyse seven video clips of the event and the lab had found three of them to be ‘doctored’ For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: January 24 2017 12:26 pm Stan Wawrinka won the match 7-6(2) 6-4 6-3 to go through to the semi finals at Melbourne (Source: Reuters) Top News Former champion Stan Wawrinka engaged in a war of words with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but won the argument that counted to storm into the Australian Open semi-finals with a 7-6(2) 6-4 6-3 win over the Frenchman on Tuesday Wawrinka bickered heatedly with 12th seed Tsonga during a change of ends after the first set before putting his aggression to better use wrapping up the one-sided match in two hours and 15 minutes on a sun-bathed Rod Laver Arena Tsonga runner-up in 2008 was a shadow of his usual energetic self dropping serve three successive times to lose the second set and concede a break in the third The 2014 champion Wawrinka made no mistake as he coolly closed out the match when Tsonga pushed a defensive lob over the baseline and the Swiss will face either compatriot Roger Federer or German giant-killer Mischa Zverev for a place in the final For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | Delhi | Updated: October 28 2015 3:32 pm MPs from Kerala protest at Kerala House on Tuesday (Oinam Anand) Related News A day after some Delhi Police officials visited Kerala House purportedly on receiving a complaint about beef being served in its canteen several political leaders from Kerala held a protest on Tuesday against “police excesses” They also brandished placards which declared: ‘Stop communal Fascism’ and ‘Down with the communal agenda’ The actions of the Delhi Police which is controlled by the Ministry of Home Affairs had set a wrong precedent said senior CPI(M) leader and politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan Watch: The Big Beef Debate — Kerala And Its Meat (click here) “There are several state government houses in Delhi and if the police can go inside the houses without taking permission for inquiries then this is a scary trend This is an attack on the federal structure of India” said Vijayan On Monday evening about 20 policemen had visited the canteen in Kerala House after a leader of the Hindu Sena complained that ‘beef fry’ was being served there The police claimed that they merely wanted to prevent any “untoward incident cause by Hindu Sena activists” As the controversy snowballed canteen authorities clarified that only buffalo meat was served there In a press release issued on Tuesday evening Kerala House said it would resume serving buffalo meat from Wednesday A Sampath MP from Kerala’s Attingal constituency said “If Delhi Police are so fast then why are they not able to protect the women in the city or poor people…” Sampath claimed that the canteen procured meat from shops certified by the NDMC not from slaughterhouses “What I cook in my kitchen what I make my children eat is my personal business It is a humble request… don’t poke your nose in it” he said Terming the police action as a “fascist reaction” CPI(M) MP from Kannur P R Sreemathy said “Coming straight to the kitchen and inquiring is a Fascist act Food habits are different in different areas and they should be respected The police did not follow protocol… we need an explanation from the government” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Karachi | Published: December 8 2016 8:53 pm Rehmani said that Iran’s request would now be discussed at the Executive Board of directors of the ITF (source: file representational) Top News Pakistan’s upcoming home Davis Cup tie against Iran has gone under a shadow of doubt as Iran has asked ITF to shift the contest to a neutral venue due to security concerns Pakistan Tennis Federation (PHF) Secretary Khalid Rehmani said the ITF had informed them that the Iranian Tennis officials had sent them a letter expressing concerns over the security situation in Pakistan “This letter has come as a big shock to us Iran is a friendly nation with us and their athletes have been coming to Pakistan for different sports events in the last two years” he said Rehmani said that Iran’s request would now be discussed at the Executive Board of directors of the ITF The PTF was overjoyed last month when the ITF confirmed that Pakistan would be hosting its Davis Cup tie against Iran at home (Islamabad) in February It was the first Davis Cup tie in Pakistan after 12 years of isolation due to security concerns by teams who refused to play in Pakistan forcing them to play home ties on neutral venues “We did not expect this from Iran as we were confident they would come The ITF only gave us permission to host the Davis Cup tie at home after their security experts studied the situation in detail and gave clearance” Rehmani said He said that the PTF had given all assurances to the ITF that it would provide the best security for the Davis Cup which is to be held at the secure Pakistan sports complex in Islamabad “We will get in touch with the Iranian tennis officials and try to convince them again that they should not have any concerns over the security which will be provided to their players and officials” Rehmani said The last time Pakistan played a home Davis Cup tie was against New Zealand in New Zealand but top player Aisam ul Haq Qureshi had boycotted the tie in protest For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newsand for Hindi commentary (which is becoming increasingly popular these days, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Geeta Gupta | New Delhi | Published: May 31, Initially, Prema Shaikh (33),flooding, The Times and The Daily Mail say United are willing to offer ? who made me feel I could perform at the highest level.
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Anya recalled how she was about to have a breakdown. A Chief Minister’s office is being raided during the Session. CBI has also summoned party general secretary Ramlal who also figured in the sting operation relating to the Prajapati case conducted by an independent journalist .” he said. In the absence of decisive leadership,indifference and ineptitude of Ashok Gehlot?who is also researching stories around Partition.said,Everydaywe saw young boys with caps campaigning door to door in our neighbourhood Every electionthe CongressBJP and the BSP would come to us offering money and liquor only because they thought they could buy our votes since we are poor We have BPL cards but we are often denied our share But the AAP has promised us change Kejriwal has been working here at Sunder Nagri for over 13 years Our children are going to school and we now know our rights? For all the latest Chennai News, fixation of hardship allowances at lower rates.
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