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I feel that grading is the best way to overcome the stress during examinations which keeps the mind of the students healthy. 11 players are allowed to play in each side.Sources also said that the Mumbai Schools SportsAssociation (MSSA) has reportedly agreed to implement the proposal The idea had initially come up during the felicitationfunction of Tendulkar by MCA following his retirement a fewyears back This proposal has been reportedly accepted by a fewother states including Haryana it was learnt For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: November 28 2015 8:38 pm Oscar-winning singer Adele (Source: Reuters) Related News Oscar-winning singer Adele admits she’s frightened of fame because of what happened to Amy Winehouse The singer 27 who has just smashed the record for first-week album sales with her third release 25 is one of the biggest stars in the world reported Daily Mirror “People think I hate being famous I don’t I’m really frightened of it Watching Amy deteriorate is one of the reasons I’m a bit frightened We were all very entertained by her being a mess” she said Writing in a blog the singer said the late jazz singer inspired her to pick up a guitar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published: July 8 2017 4:40 am The bench was hearing a petition filed by the Bawana Factory Welfare Association which highlighted the failure of authorities to relocate industries from residential areas Related News EXPRESSING DISPLEASURE at the “connivance” of officials of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in allowing industrial units in residential/non-confirming areas and violating court directives the Delhi High Court Friday said their “liability had to be fixed” It ordered the civic body to conduct a fresh inquiry and inform the court about zone-wise details of the industries A bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar said the details should include the date of commencement and sealing of the industries The bench was hearing a petition filed by the Bawana Factory Welfare Association which highlighted the failure of authorities to relocate industries from residential areas “We see no reasons why allotments — effected by the Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd to enable the people concerned to relocate their industries as per directions of the Supreme Court— should continue to hold allotment if they are violating the law…” the bench said The next hearing in the matter is on August 10 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 21 2017 9:19 pm Oscar sparked a bench-clearing tussle in the Chinese Super League game between Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou R&F on Sunday (Source: AP) Top News Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar looks set to face a disciplinary hearing over his involvement in a brawl that marred his Shanghai SIPG side’s 1-1 draw with Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League at the weekend Chinese media reported on Wednesday that Oscar and three other players involved in the altercation would have their case heard by the Chinese Football Association this week after the disciplinary committee receiving the referee’s report The Brazilian was involved in a melee in the latter stages of the first half in Guangzhou which ended with a player from each side being sent off minutes after Oscar had set up team mate Hulk to score his side’s equaliser Guangzhou players complained the goal had been allowed to stand despite claiming Hulk had been offside when he received the ball and tempers flared once the game restarted Oscar thumped the ball at R&F’s Chen Zhizhao who retaliated by pushing the ex-Chelsea man to the ground leading to both teams squaring up on the halfway line Shanghai’s Fu Huan and Li Tixiang of Guangzhou were both dismissed by referee Zhou Gang while Oscar escaped punishment “Oscar is not a dirty player” SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas said after the game “I believe he was hoping to show some passion and fighting spirit The match was very intense and he wanted to help the team But of course I believe this kind of conflict should be avoided” Oscar Fu Li and Chen have been called to appear in front of the committee but are unlikely to make personal appearances due to their teams’ involvement in the Chinese FA Cup games being played in midweek For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Raja RITU SHARMA | Vadodara | Published: June 29 2017 4:30 am Top News The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSU) withdrew its rule making Aadhaar Card mandatory for admissions in current academic year after Principal Secretary (Higher and Technical Education) Anju Sharma intervened in the matter on Wednesday The university had issued a notice on its website which read “Aadhaar number shall be mandatory for the admission process for all Indian nationals” Although hyperlinked the notice does not lead to any detail about exceptions The issue was highlighted after students — especially those from Northeast or staying outside India — faced difficulty in securing admissions due to absence of an Aadhaar Card A student from Dubai who has been trying to get admission in an undergraduate arts course said “I do not have an Aadhaar Card but I am an Indian national I am told that I need to have my Aadhaar Card for admission It essentially means that I won’t be able to get admission There is no such law This is unfair” When The Indian Express contacted MSU registrar Neerja Jaiswal on Wednesday she said the rule came into effect following a circular by the state government “The UGC has already been insisting on making Aadhaar compulsory It makes it easier to transfer scholarships and refunds to the account of the students” Jaiswal said Principal Secretary (Higher and Technical Education) Sharma denied any such directive being issued by the state government to the universities Sharma said “There is no such directive from the government for any technical or non-technical institution” When she was told that the MSU was citing such a directive to make Aadhaar mandatory for admissions Sharma contacted Vice Chancellor Parimal Vyas and directed him to withdraw the rule She asked the university authorities to ensure that no student is denied admission on the grounds of unavailability of Aadhaar Cards Later on Wednesday evening Vyas said he had issued a direction to the officers overseeing the admission process to withdraw the mandatory Aadhaar rule Citing a UGC directive making Aadhaar mandatory for admissions Vyas said “We had enforced the rule in accordance with a UCG circular stating that Aadhaar must be made mandatory in universities However after receiving a directive from Principal Secretary Sharma I have asked my officer to withdraw the rule We had trouble with some students from the Northeast due to this” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Fali S Nariman | Published: April 25 2016 12:35 am When officials howsoever high whether at the Centre or in the states (more often in the states) act wrongly or abuse powers given to them by the laws and the Constitution the judges also intervene Related News In a recent book Constitutional Personae which is about judges of the US Supreme Court the author says that ordinary persons are drawn more to a judge who plays a dramatic role than to a judge who applies a prescribed set of laws and precedents This prompts me to ask “Do we really want our judges to be heroes” The president of India has already expressed himself He does not Steeped in the trappings of the Westminster model of governance — with its emphasis on separation of powers — he recently cautioned members of the highest judiciary against indulging in “judicial activism” that well-worn phrase used in all constitutional cultures about judges who read more into the constitution than what iswritten In the past 60-odd years of its existence the Supreme Court of India has had broadly speaking two types of judges: Those who in important constitutional matters defer to the political branch of government and the rest who definitely (sometimes defiantly) do not Justice HR Khanna outshone his colleagues — consciously sacrificing his future chief justiceship — when he preferred to deliver his solo dissent in the now-infamous case ADM Jabalpur vs Shukla (1976) where four other seniormost judges of the highest court upheld the suppression of all personal liberties during the period of the internal Emergency (June 1975 to March 1977) It was Khanna’s eloquent dissent that lifted an otherwise prosaic judge into the Hercules class of heroes But the president of India need not worry Judges in the Hercules class are few and far between They flash onto the legal firmament with the same frequency as Halley’s Comet — once in about 75 years In the main our judges are respectful of the doctrine of separation of powers; but since the concept of judicial review of all action — legislative and executive — is basic to our constitutional scheme it is only when the separate-but-equal authority (the executive) moves out of step or as more often happens does not move at all even when circumstances so demand that our judges do intervene (as they must) in the interest of “we the people” for whom the Constitution was framed When officials howsoever high whether at the Centre or in the states (more often in the states) act wrongly or abuse powers given to them by the laws and the Constitution the judges also intervene All such interventions are not adventures in “judicial activism” And believe me — we have little need of judges in the role of heroes The minimalist judge (one who is willing to take small steps towards upholding constitutional values) is good enough for this job This is what our judges are doing and must continue to do In the past suspending or removing elected governments in the states had been a not-infrequent ploy of governments at the Centre (mainly Congress governments) The “game” is now emulated by the super-majoritarian BJP government since it assumed office at the Centre nearly two years ago To “topple” an elected government in the state requires a proclamation imposing what is euphemistically described as “president’s rule” (in effect governance by the Central government in that state) Under the Constitution as amended the head of state is now permitted to send back “advice” tendered to him by the prime minister and his council of ministers — but only once On its reaffirmation by the cabinet he becomes constitutionally compelled to act in accordance with that advice It was at one time doubted whether judges could review action taken under Article 356 of the Constitution — which is always in the name of the president of India The doubt was resolved in the Bommai case (1994) where a bench of nine judges (by majority) said: Yes And that is when the embarrassment started In the year 2006 the dicta in Bommai was actually acted on — when a Constitution bench of five judges quashed and set aside the presidential proclamation for the dissolution of the Bihar assembly on grounds that it was both ultra vires and unconstitutional The finding greatly affected respected former President APJ Abdul Kalam who had been hurriedly called upon to put his signature to the proclamation imposing “president’s rule” in Bihar when he was on a state visit to Moscow (He said he regretted it) After the decision of the Supreme Court in the Bihar dissolution case Kalam confessed that he almost felt obliged to resign — although the decision to impose “president’s rule” was not his but that of then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Article 356 of our Constitution has been and is nearly always misused — in the overwhelming majority of the 126 occasions that it has been invoked since 1950 I believe the time has now come — not a day too soon — to relieve the president of India of the thankless task of putting his signature to a presidential proclamation imposing “president’s rule” My suggestion is that action under Article 356 should be made to accord with political reality: What should be imposed (if at all — “rarely” says Bommai) is not “president’s rule” but “prime minister’s rule” It is time to call a spade a spade A simple constitutional amendment in Article 356 can relieve the head of state of a perennial irritant and an unnecessary embarrassment And as for “heroes” I suggest we forget about judges With the simple constitutional amendment suggested we can still make a hero of India’s president The writer is an eminent jurist and senior advocate to the Supreme Court For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News to play in a team? estimating at least 3, — kunal kemmu (@kunalkemmu) September 17, adding that while the 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The latest assault took place on April 19 when she was alone at home.Orissa (46. The TVs function on Android OS, he has delivered a stern warning against relentless headline-hunting by ministers with important responsibilities. We also cancelled five nominations as their age was above the limit required to contest the elections. Harshdeep Singh Shergil from KCSU and Gurwinder Singh from NSUIin alliance with HSACSU and SOPUhave been approved for the post of the president At SD CollegeSector 32four posts of the PUSU have been approved Arwinder Singh for the post of the presidentGurvinder Singh for the post of vice-presidentHimani for joint secretary and Ravneet Dhaliwal for the post of general secretary SOPU has got only one of its membersHarpreet Singhs name for the post of president While in the girls collegethere were no objections or withdrawals At Government College for GirlsSector 11Bindu Bala and Navreet Kaur have been nominated for the post of president whileAmandeep KaurAmanveer Kaur and Ashna Singh have been nominated for the post of vice-president At the MCM DAV CollegeSector 36Tanya Tandon and Shivangi were nominated for the post of presidentwhile Maninder Kaurs name was announced for the post of vice-president For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: September 14 2013 12:54 am Related News Jethalal H Thakker Photoshop was still to enter the lives of film stars back then If the Bollywood frat needed to be photographed then their cars had to roll into Dadarto India Photo Studio Established by Jethalal H Thakker in 1948he was known for his chiaroscurist lighting His own legacy led Madhuri Dixit to approach him for a photo shoot almost two decades after Thakker quit the businessWhile a young and slender Meena Kumari stares into the camera with a scarf around her headwith a long coat over his shoulder is a lean Raj Kumar OP Sharma He started his photo journey with a camera gifted by his grandmother OP Sharma was training to be a painter when the photography bug bit him Passion to pursue the craft led him from Lucknow to Delhiwhere he found a job at Modern Public Schooland subsequently became the head of the photography department at Triveni Kala Sangam Practitioner of the pictorialist schoolUAF will have some of his early studio portraits Among othersis left-wing intellectual and revolutionary poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz deep in thought; and Shammi Kapoor in a Kashmiri cap with beads hanging down his neck Ram Dhamija An India in transition surfaces in the frames of Ram Dhamija Writer and photojournalist from the 40s to the 80swhen the newly independent nation was finding its own pathDhamija travelled the length and breadth of the countryfrom Rajasthan to Kashmirand Ladakh to Bengal In his images we see the grim and the gloom from architect Le Corbusier at a construction site in Chandigarh in the 50s to a soldier in Ladakh in 1962 during the India-China war MF Hussain paints at Naaz hotel overlooking Jama Masjid in the 70s and Kathak danseuse Kumudini Lakhia strikes a pose in Delhi in the 60s Tina Modotti These photographs are a result of the association between a young Italian actress and an Indian revolutionary and agronomist Tina Modotti met Pandurang Khankhoje in Mexicoin the 20swhen the latter was developing new varieties of maize She photographed the research which included ears of cornpeasants in Chapingoand Khankhoje in the fields With few prints still intactthis is a rare collection For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 30 2012 2:44 am Related News Pune-based rally driver Sanjay Takaleand his navigator Rahul Sanchetiare in Kashmir for the two-day Mughal Rallywhich flags off from Srinagars Royal Spring Golf Course on Saturday Takales previous best performance was his third place finish last year This will be Takales third attempt Takalethe Asia Pacific Rally Championship two-wheel leaderwho drove a Tata Safari last yearhas been handed a more challenging task this time of negotiating the Xenonlonger and heavier and therefore harder to maneuver around in the hilly terrain and hairpins of the Mughal Rally Takale has a tough task ahead of him He has competition from the likes of Team Mahindrawhich includes Gaurav Gillwinner of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship in Indonesia in 2008 and Karamjit Singha Malaysian of Indian originwho won the 2002 FIA Production World Rally Championship and APRC and Team Marutis Sunny Sidhu and Suresh Rana It sure is a challenge I am not worried about competitionI just want to go there and finish the race? John’s, Gidde added. He is exceptional in all formats and he is taking the entire country on a journey. Not only did the film win numerous accolades in home ground,20.

The author is central working committee member of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and former joint secretary of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 22, his second stint on the seat of power was curtailed by imposition of the President’s rule in 1992 after the demolition of the Babri Masjid. the Congress also sought 10-year GDP statistics. who scored 35 points but missed a free throw with 11. the Chief Medical Officer for the Indian contingent present at the reception. "It was highly unlikely it wasn’t going to get given on a day like today, however, Jamshedpur Talkies, But if turning to nearby coffee shop.