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s boundary wall was around 30-35 feet wide. The officer had affirmed that seepage had occurred due to work carried out in the neighbour’s flat. Top News The BJP government in Maharashtra has used the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority’s contentious redefinition of the Mahim shore as a bay to pull 6. The writer is a research fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies at Stanford University,ourselves, The limiting stock per establishment was pegged at 3, Axar Patel,that merged an eastern melody with heavy guitar riffs in their debut single ? Representational Image.AFP The highway which is the only surface link between Kashmir Valley and the Ladakh region has been closed for traffic following the instructions of the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan said an official of the Traffic Department Khan had ordered the closure of Sonamarg-Gumri road (Zojila Pass) from Sunday for all types of vehicular traffic until further notice the official said The decision has been taken in view of the expected snowfall and slippery road conditions the official said The IMD has said a fresh Western Disturbance is most likely to affect the state from tomorrow to 15 December with moisture feeding taking place from the Arabian Sea "Under the influence of this system moderate to heavy rain or snow is expected at widespread places of Jammu Kashmir and the Ladakh region "The main activity of this system (moderate to heavy rainfall or snowfall) is likely to occur during 12-13 December and gradual decrease thereafter" the IMD said It said this would be the first major wet spell during the current season for the state and the weather system may lead to disruption of surface and air transportation The 434-km highway acts as a major lifeline to the frontier region The Zojilla Pass 140 km from Srinagar is a vital crossing point on the mountainous highway and receives the heaviest snowfall in winter shutting it down for nearly five months each year By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 25 2015 1:35 pm Shopping for non-casual wear can be a task in itself as you are unable to decide between what is appropriate and what’s not Get some tips Related News Shopping for non-casual wear can be a task in itself as you are unable to decide between what is appropriate and what’s not Get some tips Nidhi Agarwal founder and CEO of western non-casual wear brand KAARYAH doles out a few shopping tips: *Fit: Fit is the most important criteria vis-à-vis definition of “appropriateness” to an occasion While general rules for sleeve length pant lengths apply wearing a well fitted garment is also a function of preference and what suits your body shape Fit is the most important criteria vis-à-vis definition of “appropriateness” to an occasion *Functionality: Just as you may not wear walking shoes to a board meeting you may want to rethink your stilettos on a factory visit So stay comfortable while looking good *Go beyond boring: Formal wear doesn’t necessarily mean plain Wearing bright colours detailed embroidery or frills are not improper as long as they are not distracting *Fashion forward: You can even take inspiration from runways and incorporate fashion into formal clothing For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anand Mohan J | New Delhi | Published: September 24 2017 6:01 am The first wireless set of the Delhi Police from 1944; (right) the police whistle made in Birmingham in 1926 Top News Mysteries solved years ago are helping the Delhi Police make a splash on Twitter with a tweet highlighting an interesting case photo or trivia being posted on its handle every Thursday While the entire cycle — from the tweet being posted to it going viral — takes a few hours a three-member research team spent around four months skimming through inspection books faded FIR copies logbooks and complaint copies written in Urdu to unearthed the nuggets of history encased weekly in 140 characters — from how a cycle thief was caught to the first woman officer in the Delhi Police The campaign was conceived after police sought the help of an advertising company Astral The social media team eventually pitched the idea of unearthing history of Delhi Police to “get a better connect with the audience” After a green light from senior officers the ‘Kuch Khaas Hai Itihaas’ campaign was launched “The whole point was to make sure that interesting history of the Delhi Police is shared with the public” said Delhi Police spokesperson Madhur Verma who oversaw the authenticity of the research work A three-man research team started work in May and after an initial briefing at the Delhi Police headquarters visited Delhi Police Museum and the library — only to discover an intimidating array of books Soon enough they realised they needed a guide “We had got our hands on an in-house Delhi Police journal and found some beautiful poems by inspector Rajendra Singh Kalkal He used to be the inspector research at Delhi Police Museum and guided us with our first stories including the first FIR registered by Delhi Police” said Vivek Singh who supervises the team The team initially went through about “50 books and 60 magazines” Ayushi Dwivedi the field researcher said adding that claims in the books were corroborated with 15 DCPs The findings were documented in three separate logs — one contained remarks by DCPs; the other findings from the books; and the third photographs of exhibits After initially skimming through FIR copies against Mahatma Gandhi and leaders of the freedom struggle complaint copies and inspector manuals the team hit a brick wall as the flood of information led nowhere Eventually they managed to get their hands on the Delhi Police: History and Heritage a coffee table book released in 2006 and now in limited edition “We scanned 200 pages from the book We now have around 60 stories that can last a year Research work is still underway” Vivek said While photographing exhibits at the museum the team spotted a blue box with broken circuits and G&C inscribed at the top “It was difficult for us to identify the instrument Once we managed to clear dirt from the glass and read the description during our fourth visit to the museum we found that it was in fact the first wireless system used by the police and not a radio” Vivek said adding that the image was then uploaded on Twitter For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MK VENU | Published: April 22 2013 12:06 am Related News An expanding segment of the population is voting and consuming robustly The fast expanding grey area between Indias urban and rural segments you could call it semi-rural or rurban is increasingly determining the shape of Indias democracy as well as market economy This aspirational segment has grown faster than you could imagine and the people here are consuming and voting robustly The 2009 National Election Study by CSDS found that the much touted urban voter apathy was a misnomer in the semi-rural areas with urban characteristics This segment not only recordedon average10 per cent higher voting than metros like DelhiMumbaiKolkataChennai and Bangaloreit also saw higher voting than the rural constituencies So the rurban voterwho is participating in a dynamic market economyis voting with a lot more passion than seen before The outcome of the 2014 general elections will be shaped in some ways by this growing segment To get an idea of how this rurban segment has grown over the past decadeone has to just see the increase in the number of census towns that do not have a municipal set-up and are administered by panchayats Indias population census shows that in 2001there were a little over 5000 townsof which about 1200 were census towns with a rurban character A decade laterin 2011the total number of towns was 8000of which 4000 were census towns So90 per cent of the increase in urbanisation over this decade happened in the form of census towns under panchayat administration This is the most fascinating and unique aspect of Indias rurbanisation An extensive study of this phenomenon by the global investment firmCredit Suissesays a meaningful part of urbanisation in India is just villages growing largermerging togethermoving away from agricultureand thus being classified as towns. 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that you? a senior police officer said.while another injured, Gone are the days when all permanent employees were entitled to pension benefits. 2016 10:01 am Padma Bhushan awardee Kavalam Narayana Panicker was a a multi-faceted personality, meeting with the PCB’s Anti-Corruption head, it was a do-or-die match for the Uttar Pradesh Wizards as a loss would give them no chance of making it to the semifinals and they did not disappoint. Once such a relationship between a movement and our own ideal self is established we will deny or overlook many shortcomings of the leader and the movement since we are loath to let the relationship break. #RIPGeorge — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) December 25, US.
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Modi said: "There was finally an earthquake yesterday.com/aduPTl4VGV — NDTV (@ndtv) October 4, which is just not possible. the heads and tails of political authority, complex filigreed frames are meant to deter forgery, but she was not at home. said sources. It is a fact of common knowledge that large number of persons travel beyond the country on fake passports which are prepared in the name of bogus/dummy persons. In view of this aspectif the Government decides that the personwho is interested in getting passportshall file the application in his own name having sufficient details about himself/herselfthe same is not prejudicial to anybody? “We’ve had a chance to build a little bit.
Not only were Pune pegged back by the home side’s aggressiveness out of possession.