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who is unemployed, when Newsline checked with the pharmacy of General Hospital, even if it feels put on in places, Karan Johar and leading actor Alia Bhatt. unlike earlier when people never really bothered. for which the work had started in 2008, After hosting the Kabaddi World Cup in 2016,Ahmedabad once again showcased its love for the sport and their home team as each game played at the Arena by TransStadia witnessed full house Being one of the four new teams introduced in this season Gujarat was the only team which exhibited sheer dominance at home as they concluded their home leg with a six-match unbeaten streak Much credit for their performance goes to their young squad and defenders Abozar Mighani and Fazel Atrachali Filled with confidence and self-belief coach Manpreet Singh expects his team to continue in the same vein in the upcoming fixtures It was also the first time that teams from both the zones went head to head against each other Match of the week:Patna Pirates UP Yoddha 27-27 tie In a match where UP Yoddha completely out hauled Patna Pirates Pardeep Narwal’s late surge helped his side come back from the brink of defeat? Tamil Thalaivas raider Prapanjan.But the standout performer amongst the youngsters was the 18-year old Sachin In every Fortunegiants match Sachin’s performance continued to improve as the raider cumulated 37+ points from six matches His best came against the struggling Telugu Titans where he scored his maiden PKL super 10 With support from the coach and seniors Sachin has performed exceptionally well The story so far has been that each team has struggled to keep Sachin out of action Raid of the week Mahendra Rajput’s raid against Bengal Warriors: After winning five games on the trot Gujarat were on the verge of ending their home leg with a disappointing loss against Bengal Warriors With the clock ticking and only less than four minutes in hand Gujarat relied on their fortunes to help them cross the line as they trailed 21-23 And the miracle came from Mahendra as he fetched them five points in his second last raid giving them a three point lead The 28-year managed to touch the half line despite Bhupender Singh and Deepak Narwal and Surjeet holding him tight However Fortunegiants had to settle for a draw and share three points with the Warriors Unexpected element After suffering a narrow defeat against Jaipur Pink Panthers most eyes were on Deepak Niwas Hooda who turned 24 on the day to help Puneri Paltan cross the line But it was Sandeep Narwal who powered his side to a commanding 34-17 win over Bengal Warriors Sandeep’s all-round abilities In a match which was equally fought before Narwal’s super raid changed the direction of the game in Pune’s side Sandeep who was adjudged the player of the match was so effective that he made it look so easy He was the highest scorer with seven points four tackle points and three touch points Known as one of the best all-rounders in the current pack Sandeep’s performance was something special For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: October 13 2017 8:45 pm James Sutherland believes that the World Test Championship will not undermine marquee series like the Ashes Related News Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland believes that the World Test Championships from 2019 will not undermine the traditional marquee series like the Ashes The Test championship embraced by ICC is set to be a nine-team affair which will include three away and as many home series in two years for each team Sutherland told reporters after an ICC meeting “I can’t think of any way this denigrates or undermines the Ashes It’s all positive The Ashes will continue to be the biggest Test event that we play but these matches will have even greater meaning than they do currently if that’s possible” “It will be highly anticipated as an event but the prestige of winning that championship will be very significant” On the prize money for the tournament Sutherland said “That detail is yet to be worked through but absolutely there will be significant rewards associated with being a champion team and I think that’s only appropriate There are already significant rewards for teams to win ICC events and it’s only appropriate that these being an extension of those ICC events that there is similar sorts of prize money available” “Bar none every (ICC member team) likes the idea of hosting a Test championship (final) but whether that works logistically or not is another matter” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsLast week the Pakistan National Assembly passed a Hindu Marriage Bill to deal with marriage divorce and maintenance rights for the approximately 3 million strong Hindu community in that country The law provides for the mandatory registration of marriages while recognising the customary rights and rituals through which a marriage is solemnised Sixty-nine years after Independence and sixty years after India enacted a Hindu Code for Hindus in India Pakistan’s Hindus finally have a codified personal law It has to be approved by the Pakistani Senate before it becomes law nonetheless some of the main provisions in the Hindu Marriage Bill are: -It removes any doubt about the age of majority for marriage In contrast to India’s Hindu Marriage Act 1956 it fixes a uniform age of 18 as the age of maturity at which a person can marry -Interestingly while it ostensibly outlaws bigamy for Hindu men (and imposes criminal penalties for bigamy) it does not abolish it entirely It allows men to marry a second time if it is medically proven that the first wife is unable to have children without necessarily divorcing the first wife -It clearly lists out the grounds on which a Hindu marriage may be dissolved by court on grounds of cruelty impotence desertion et al -While providing many grounds for divorce it provides an additional ground for women who wish to divorce a man who had married twice prior to the coming into force of the Hindu Marriage Bill -Clear provisions in the law mandate that a divorce petition filed by a man will not be decreed unless the court is satisfied that there is sufficient maintenance being provided for the woman and any children born out of the marriage -It also clarifies an issue that was the source of much confusion – the right of Hindu widows to remarry The Hindu Marriage Bill makes it clear that Hindu widows have a right to remarry but curiously not within six months of her husband’s death Given the vast and confusing body of Hindu religious personal law which was judge made often contradictory and not easy to understand the Hindu Marriage Bill is a step forward for Pakistan’s largest non-Islamic minority community It also removes a difficulty that Hindus had of proving their marriage for official purposes since unlike Muslim marriages which are essentially contracts there is no one document which could instantly prove the marital status By making registration mandatory the Hindu Marriage Bill makes it easier for Hindus to establish the fact of marriage for official purposes Representational image Reuters Apart from comparisons with the Hindu Code in force in India the Hindu Marriage Bill is also relevant in the context of one area in Indian personal law: The reform of Muslim personal law Personal law in Pakistan has been a mirror image of the personal law in India While the majority community’s laws were codified within two decades of Independence the largest minorities’ were still governed by non-codified customs as interpreted by courts The personal laws of Parsis and Christians on the other hand had been codified under British rule and continue to apply in both countries (with subsequent amendments) With Pakistan having taken a step forward in codifying Hindu personal law perhaps it’s time for India to seriously consider the codification of Muslim personal law The debate on reform of Muslim personal law in India is currently deadlocked between two extremes On the one hand an unsatisfactory status quo and on the other an abstract shapeless Uniform Civil Code carrying uncertain benefits and the bogey of majoritarian imposition Perhaps codification of Muslim personal law with suitable provisions addressing problems with the law as it stands may be a better solution The debate over polygamy talaq property rights for women and all the major areas of dissatisfaction can be engaged in without bringing in concerns of majoritarian imposition At present Muslim personal law is governed by Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act 1937 which doesn’t actually codify the law but simply states that the personal law governing Muslims in India will be the shariat The Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act 1939 which was introduced to clarify the grounds on which a Muslim woman may dissolve the marriage is one other law but deals with a very narrow aspect of personal laws The only post-Independence statute governing Muslim personal law is the Muslim Women’s Protection of Rights on Divorce Act 1986 introduced by the Government to overturn the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Shah Bano case The latter is perhaps a great example of how not to undertake law reform and even though it carried out reform by stealth by introducing a liberal provision for post-divorce maintenance it can’t fully shake away the suspicions of having been enacted in bad faith Of course the actual content of the proposed Muslim personal law will require debate within and without the community As with Hindus in India Muslims also cannot be reduced to a single monolithic religious identity and the interests of various sects classes castes and sections who are broadly classified under the label “Muslim” will need to be taken into account in addition to end of achieving gender justice in the law This will not be an easy task but it cannot wait another sixty-nine years to be brought to fruition Bangalore: The Karnataka High Court will on Tuesday hear AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa’s plea seeking immediate bail and suspension of her four-year sentence in an 18-year-old disproportionate assets case Bracing up for the anticipated entry of AIADMK supporters and leaders into the city from the Hosur border the police have tightened security in and around the High Court and Parappana Agrahara Central Prison where Jayalalithaa is lodged since 27 September Former Tamil Nadu CM and AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa PTI The High Court vacation bench had on 1 October deferred till 7 October pleas of Jayalalithaa and her close aide Sasikala and her relatives VN Sudhakaran and Elavarasi who were also convicted in the case to be taken by a regular bench after the end of Dasara vacation "We have made all security arrangements to avoid any untoward incidents We have information on a lot of AIADMK supporters and leaders flocking to the city from the border areas of Hosur" ACP (Law and Order) Alok Kumar told PTI in Bangalore The police are prepared for the influx of AIADMK supporters and leaders who are camping in various lodges and resorts on the eve of Jayalalithaa’s bail plea hearing Kumar said "Let them come We have handled the situation on earlier occasions–on the verdict day and bail plea hearing days We will handle the situation this time too" Kumar said Section 144 of the CrPC has been clamped within one km radius of the High Court and Parapanna Agrahara Prison where Sasikala Sudhakaran and Elavarasi are also lodged As many as 500 and 1000 police personnel have been deployed in areas surrounding the High Court and Parapanna Agrahara jail respectively Kumar said He said 500 police personnel including from Karnataka State Reserve Police Force and City Armed Reserve and two DCPs and five ACPs would be deployed at the High Court 1000 personnel including four DCPs and six ACPs and personnel from KSRP and CAR will be deployed around the jail premises Kumar added Jayalalithaa’s counsel Ram Jethmalani had on 1 October pleaded for suspension of the sentence pending appeal and for her release on bail which was opposed by Special Public Prosecutor Bhavani Singh who was the SPP in the Special Court in the disproportionate assets case In his verdict on 27 September Special Judge John Michael D’Cunha had convicted Jayalalithaa sentencing her to four years imprisonment and slapped a staggering fine of Rs 100 crore in the corruption case Sasikala Sudhakaran disowned foster son of the former Chief Minister and Elavarasi were also sentenced to four years in jail besides a fine of Rs 10 crore each In her petitions seeking immediate bail and challenging her sentence Jayalalithaa has maintained that the charges of amassing wealth against her were false and that she had acquired property through legal means PTI ? ?
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