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Adityanath had said the ‘yuvraj’ (prince) sitting in Delhi cannot make Gorakhpur ‘a picnic spot’.We are switching to an ? ? “I have already instructed the personnel from armed battalions to not wear such turbans while in the field.” He said the elevated road at Bhalswa was planned four-five years ago but was delayed because a high-tension wire on the stretch had to be shifted. Twitterati praised India and Kohli on the winning run: Congratulations #TeamIndia @imVkohli & @anilkumble1074 on the great win against Bangladesh at Hyderabad #IndvBan @BCCI — Rajeev Shukla (@ShuklaRajiv) 13 February 2017 6th consecutive Test series win for India…though by definition a one-off match shouldn’t qualify as a ‘series’ ? — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) February 13 2017 Credit to Bangladesh for the way they fought after losing the toss…Mushfiqur must be kicking himself for the shot he played today — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) February 13 2017 Ishant on his hostile spell: “When you are No1 you have to show why you are the No1 side Have to be ‘rude’ in some manner” #IndvBan — Wisden India (@WisdenIndia) 13 February 2017 Really pleased with Wriddhiman Saha Looking forward to the four-Test series vs Australia: Anil Kumble #IndvBan — CricFit (@CricFit) 13 February 2017 With the series won India will shift their focus to Australia who visit the sub-continent for a four match Test series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPune | Published: January 16 2014 8:12 am A Government Resolution states the special funds are meant only for basic infrastructure projects in the civic jurisdiction Related News Ahead of the general elections the state government has approved 180 proposals worth Rs 66 crore for undertaking development of basic civic infrastructure under the special funds for the city However the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is looking at this as an opportunity to save civic funds by taking up projects through state funds instead of using allocation meant for the same work in the civic budget “PMC has received a list of approved projects estimated at Rs 66 crore from the state government and a Government Resolution (GR) saying the special funds are meant only for taking up basic infrastructure projects in the civic jurisdiction” said D P More Deputy Municipal Commissioner The state funds are apart from MLA and MP funds that are used for implementing civic infrastructure projects he said “This is the highest amount that the PMC has got so far under the special funds The municipal commissioner has directed all civic departments to implement the projects through the special funds of state government instead of the civic funds allocated for the same work” Since the state government list includes details of each work with funds allocated he said the funds cannot be used elsewhere and will have to be returned if not used for the specific project “There is no specific timeframe for using the funds but the sitting legislators have been urging the civic administration to take up the projects with immediate effect” More said Congress legislator Vinayak Nimhan said the civic administration has to implement the work while the district collectorate has to coordinate it but both government bodies have a lacklustre approach “This is the largest amount the PMC has received so far under the special funds for civic development projects I held a meeting with the civic officials to push for the implementation of work proposed in the Shivajinagar Assembly segment” he said adding that he hopes to get the work completed before the coming elections In the GR the state government said there was demand from legislators to provide special funds up to Rs 351 crore to undertake basic civic infrastructure projects in the urban area The state was considering the demand based on the urgency of work and has disbursed Rs 10552 crore to various municipal corporations for the approved projects It clarified that the three-member committee led by divisional commissioner would look into effective and appropriate spending of the funds “The committee should ensure that the work is being carried out only in public space and is able to meet the basic demands of public at large No private work should be done through the special funds and the work should not violate the Development Control Rules and Development Plan of the respective city” the GR stated For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: November 26 2013 5:08 am Related News Two youths of Shamli districtmissing since November 19were found murdered in city Kotwali police station area of Muzaffarnagar district Sundaypolice said The bodies bore gunshot injuries Howeverthe police ruled out the murders having any connection with the recent communal riots in Shamli and Muzaffarnagar districts The family members of both the deceased too feigned ignorance about the motive behind the murders The victimsVishal (21) and Bittu (20)belonged to Shamlis Gogwan Jalalpur village and were missing since November 19 after they had gone to inquire about the results of Army recruitmentwhich had taken place last month in Meerut Vishals father Dharam Pal had lodged a complaint with Muzaffarnagars City Kotwali police station on November 22 about mysterious disappearance of the two youths He also told the police that Vishal and Bittu were last seen at Pinna village in city Kotwali area The police have detained a friend of the victims for questioning Circle OfficercitySanjeev Kumar said they are looking into all possible aspectswhich could have led to the murders He said Vishal and Bittu had taken a bus for Meerut in the morning on November 19 On the basis of the preliminary investigationsthe police picked up Sonu of Pinni village where the victims were last spotted Sonu is a distant relative of Bittu During questioningSonu told the police that while returning from Meerutthe youths had talked to him and they had met around 830 pm that day at a tea-stall at Shiv crossing near Pinna Rajwai village in Muzaffarnagar The CO added that Sonu also revealed that he had asked Vishal and Bittu to avoid moving out in the night and asked them to stay at his place Both refused and had left for Shamli On Sunday morninglocals of Pinna village spotted the duos bodies lying in a field The bodies bore two bullet injuries each For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 5 2013 2:07 am Related News On why suitable compensation need not be paid and job not be givenon compassionate groundto the two sons of the 33-year-old womanwho died allegedly due to gross negligence of the Chandigarh Policethe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday asked the Chandigarh Administration to respond to the demand of compensation The demand was raised by Advocate Onkar Singh Batalviamicus curiae in the public interest litigation (PIL) arising out of a suo motu notice taken by the high court on the death of Sharmila Gupta Alsoa division bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Augustine George Masih expressed discontent over the delay in preparation of a policy to provide immediate medical aid to accident victims The Bench remarked that it was shocking that in matters of public interest such delay was being caused The observation was made after counsels for ChandigarhPunjab and Haryana sought time to explain what policies they had formulated to transport an injured person to a nearby hospital without delay On May 11the court had directed the three administrative bodies to file their responses Batalvi on Thursday filed an application demanding compensation and government job on compassionate grounds for the two children of the deceased The amicus submitted that since Gupta died due to police negligenceit was the responsibility of the Administration to adequately compensate the children Another application was filed on Thursday by CTU workers unionwherein they sought Courts intervention in directing the Administration to rectify the faulty design of the new buses The Courthoweverrefused to intervene Guptawhose husband died in a road accident in October2012was allegedly crushed by a CTU bus near the Government Multi-Specialty Hospital (GMSH)Sector 16on May 7 Ravit and Akashthe two eyewitnesseshad claimed that the woman lay unattended on the road because police were waiting for orders for nearly two hoursbefore she was shifted to GMSH-16 at 320 pmwhere she was declared dead on arrival Following the incidentthe Chandigarh Police had ordered an inquiry Holding Shri PrakashSector 3 Station House officer (SHO)responsible for gross negligence for his conductthe inquiry officer had concluded that a departmental inquiry for major punishment be initiated against the SHO Chandigarh Newsline was the first to report that in the inquiry reportSSP (IRB) Arun Kampani had held Prakash grossly negligentbut DIG had let Prakash off with just a show-cause notice In his detailed reportKampani had recommended major punishment against Prakashwhich could result in his dismissal from service The same was recommended against seven police officialsincluding Prakashby the inquiry officer Surprisinglythe DIG agreed to proceed with the recommendation against the remaining six officialsexcluding Prakash For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: October 23 2013 1:30 am Related News After days of projecting himself as the partys face and candidate for the top jobDelhi BJP president Vijay Goel sought to downplay any dissent within the party after Harsh Vardhan was declared the BJPs CM candidate Soon after the announcementGoel claimed the decision would prove beneficial to the party and that Vardhan was the better choice. Manchester United were the first team to book a place in the last 16 after winning 3-1 at Championship promotion-chasers Derby County on Friday, with the bowler appearing to mouth "Go home, The mindless sloggers are looking a bit stupid, Representational image.

A group of protesting students trying to enter the vice-chancellor’s residence had clashed with the police at the time. Another Rooney corner caused problems with nine minutes remaining and was headed goalwards by United substitute Ander Herrera for Schweinsteiger to swivel and force the ball home from six yards. The army is convinced that external forces are motivating members of the various militant groups based in Punjab.” she said.

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