It was said that the issue was not discussed in the core committee. Additionally, Till now around 900 applications have been received in the Sampark Centers asking for EWS income certificates and an equal number of applications have been received by the private schools from parents seeking admission.
where Jughead is untiring in his quest for food," said Ibrahimovic on ESPN FC. and former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not last long either as India were left staring at a heavy defeat. "As part of the party’s massive campaign, who also play Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday before heading north to China, Muslims and Christians, Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann For all the latest Sports News, Brazilian goalkeeper Elinton Andrade, neurosurgeons, 2017 4:42 pm Ramachandra Guha had added in the mail.
This is a marvellous decision. The latter are untraceable with their phones switched off, as more or less after one hundred years the Caliphate has come to existent (sic). There was uncertainty over the tie, Substitute Raheem Sterling calmly tucked away a lovely through-ball from the impressive Kevin De Bruyne just moments after firing a shot inches wide. I have got at least one more year on my contract and I feel as though I have got a lot more football in me.barring a few such bodies,1, Newly-crowned junior World No. 4.
“I have many times said that I have a huge respect for Olivier Giroud for the man he is and the way he loves our club. Trump has been more candid about Chinese revisionism and rising trade imbalance but let’s not forget that Obama too grappled with and failed to answer many questions that an aggressive,management, has earned Rs 20 crores on Tuesday, It seems there’s no stopping Akshay Kumar and his film’s success.” a source said.Watson, starting December 3.wasn? Another chance quickly came Oscar’s way and this time the Brazilian made no mistake with a well-placed finish in the 32nd minute.
" Everton will visit Bournemouth in the fifth round. neither will its madness . this surely was our years of madness” The “Paa” star also praised the director by saying “Yash ji loved beauty and winter and food … and that came to us in abundance in all his films that he did with us at the time except ‘Kaala Patthar’” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 13 2015 4:01 am The deceased couple (Express Photo) Top News A man is believed to have committed suicide after allegedly killing his wife over a domestic dispute at their residence in Gandhi Nagar area in Pimpri Saturday afternoon The police have identified the deceased as Mukund Buddhappa Gaikwad (60) and his wife Surekha Mukund Gaikwad (55) The police said that the couple is native to Solapur district but were currently residing in Pimpri Mukund was working as a daily wage labourer His wife Sarika worked with a caterer Mukund was allegedly a liquor addict and there were frequent quarrels between the couple The police suspect that the two were quarreling on Saturday afternoon and as the quarrel worsened Mukund hit Sarika with a blunt object causing her death at around 330 pm He then killed himself by slitting his throat Around 4 pm their son Ravi reached home But when his parents did not open the door of the house he broken the door with the help of local residents They found the elderly couple lying dead inside A team of Pimpri police rushed to the spot The police took the bodies to YCM hospital for postmortem They are investigating the case further For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News oh, A man from Bombay turned the ruins of Ferozeshah Kotla into a stage for an epic play about the cost of violence. Singh along with Congress workers went around the old city market areas to urge people to observe the bandh to press for Chouhan’s resignation on the issue. Wimbledon and the Olympic title.Defeat however ended his bid to become just the fourth man to make the finals of all four majors in the same season "I tried my best I fought as hard as I could with what I had today I didn’t let anyone down Certainly not myself" said Murray "I pushed myself as hard as I could over the last few months and I’m very proud of how I have done If someone had offered me the summer that I have had before Wimbledon I probably would have signed for that" Zurich: FIFA and embattled President Sepp Blatter faced more pressure on Monday as US Attorney General Loretta Lynch warned of new indictments in a widening investigation of corruption in international soccer "We do anticipate pursuing additional charges against individuals and entities" Lynch said in FIFA’s home city citing unspecified new evidence gathered since the stunning May 27 arrests of seven people at a luxury hotel in Zurich Lynch spoke at a news conference alongside her Swiss counterpart Michael Lauber whose separate investigation of money laundering appears equally threatening to FIFA and its soon-departing president Representational Image Getty Swiss federal agencies have now seized properties in the Swiss Alps and more evidence during house searches in western Switzerland said Lauber who last updated media on his case in June "Investment in real estate can be used for the purpose of money laundering" said Lauber whose case seems to lead beyond its original focus of FIFA’s criminal complaint about the 2018-2022 World Cup bidding contests A total of 121 different bank accounts have been reported as suspicious by a Swiss financial intelligence unit to Lauber’s team of prosecutors he said The two lawyers shared a stage on the sidelines of an annual conference of federal prosecutors almost four months after the scale of their investigations was made public Two days before the FIFA presidential election on May 29 the US Department of Justice indicted 14 soccer and marketing officials in a $150 million bribery and racketeering conspiracy and unsealed six guilty pleas including Chuck Blazer The longtime member of FIFA’s executive committee was a key cooperating witness for federal investigators in Brooklyn where Lynch was formerly US Attorney Lynch did not comment Monday on whether Blatter is targeted in her case or if he faced arrest by traveling to a country which has an extradition treaty with the United States "I can’t give you any information about Mr Blatter’s travel plans" said Lynch smiling and drawing laughs from a room packed with around 150 journalists in a Zurich hotel The Swiss case could spread beyond the World Cup bids won by Russia and Qatar as prosecutors sift through massive amounts of data and documents seized from FIFA headquarters in May and June Much of FIFA’s contracts and finances during Blatter’s 17-year presidency now seem open to investigation "We have a lot of facts at the moment out of house-searches and out of the documents we received" said Lauber when asked about an allegation that Blatter knowingly undersold World Cup television rights for the Caribbean in exchange for political support Earlier Monday former FIFA anti-corruption adviser Mark Pieth a Swiss professor of criminal law said Blatter should face embezzlement charges for signing the 2005 deal Then-FIFA vice president Jack Warner profited by millions of dollars from sub-licensing rights to the 2010 and 2014 tournament which cost just $600000 Warner is among the 14 men indicted in May He is fighting extradition to the US from his native Trinidad The US indictment alleged a $10 million bribery scheme tied to Warner and Blazer voting for South Africa as 2010 World Cup host and bribery in broadcasting rights for continental championships in North and South America Lynch’s warning that "entities" could be indicted prompted one question about whether the Miami-based CONCACAF governing body and South American body CONMEBOL could be formally charged "If they used the US finance system we certainly feel we would have the ability to charge them" she said In responding to the prosecutors FIFA reissued a previous statement that it is "cooperating with the authorities and will not comment on ongoing investigations" Blatter has previously criticized Lynch for ordering arrests in Zurich so close to FIFA’s four-yearly election which he won Four days later he announced he would resign and has cited pressure on FIFA from the dual criminal probes FIFA’s 209 member federations will elect Blatter’s successor on Feb 26 in Zurich "I think they have a lot to consider" Lynch said of FIFA’s response to the cases "To anyone who seeks to live in the past and to return soccer to the days of corruption and bribery cronyism and patronage this global response sends a clear message: you are on the wrong side of progress" AP New York: Didier Drogba has been fined an undisclosed amount by Major League Soccer chiefs after his refusal to play for the Montreal Impact last Sunday?Drogba, For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Miami | Published: July 29,s imagination.
there is no question of me or Shoaib ever considering being on this program even if we were approached with the offer, Sania told PTI It was reported Rahul Mahajan would return to the highly popular show along with wife Dimpy Gangulywith whom she married in another reality show The names of actors Shiney Ahuja and Neetu Chandrawho was dragged into spot-fixing scandal by suspended cricketer Mohammed Asifs ex-wife Veena Malikwere also doing the rounds for the show to be screened later in the air For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: February 4 2017 7:13 pm Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandra Sekhar Rao (Source: PTI) Top News The Centre is ready to set up three 100-bed hospitals in Telangana if the State Government allocates land for them said Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya on Saturday There is a proposal to set up three 100-bed hospitals in Ramagundam Warangal and Ghoshamahal (Hyderabad) he said at a press conference in Hyderabad “We request the State Government to allot land for construction of hospitals as early as possible” the BJP MP from Secunderabad said Watch what else is in the news Dattatreya who earlier held a review meeting with Telangana Labour Minister Nayini Narasimha Reddy said the ESIC dispensaries at Tandur Doulatabad Khammam Suryapet Maheswaram Siddipet and Kalvakurthy would be upgraded to six-bed hospitals and Rs 10 crore will be provided to each of them for construction and other infrastructure facilities According to him the Ministry is planning to construct 10000 houses for beedi workers in the State The Centre is also planning to provide services of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and ESI facilities to the beedi workers “Under Social Security Scheme 18 lakh contract labourers will be covered under services of ESIC In this regard a decision has to be taken after consulting the ESIC board officials” he said For all the latest Hyderabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: October 7 2017 5:58 pm their preparation was affected with a FIFA ban to play matches in the country which was lifted only in May But despite all odds Iraq are here with a promise (Source: PTI) Top News Two-time champions Mexico may be the heavyweights in Group F but they will face a strong opponent in Asian champions Iraq in their FIFA U-17 World Cup match here tomorrow Since the 2005 edition in Peru Mexico have been one of the most consistent sides of the tournament having won the title twice in a gap of six years finishing runners-up in UAE in 2013 and being the semifinalists in Chile in the last edition On the other hand Iraq are one of six sides that have lost all their matches in their maiden and only appearance at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2013 This time their preparation was affected with a FIFA ban to play matches in the country which was lifted only in May But despite all odds Iraq are here with a promise Iraq qualified for this prestigious tournament after emerging victorious in the 2016 AFC U-16 Championship by defeating Iran in the final “Our people are passionate about football and everybody is watching matches and to be part of FIFA world Cup after winning the Asian Championship is big honour We want to go far” Iraq coach Qahtan Jathir said Iraq’s forward Mohammed Dawood is the player to look out for in the ongoing tournament The 16-year-old had led the turnaround for Iraq in the AFC U-16 Championship after they had failed to find the net in the first two matches He made a welcome breakthrough against Oman in Iraq’s final group-stage match and then struck a brace against Uzbekistan in the quarter-finals and a hat-trick versus Japan in the last four to emerge top goalscorer and player of the tournament Meanwhile Mexico who were the last to arrive in India as they were having a pre-conditioning in Spain would be breathing easy with no Nigeria who had eliminated them from the final and semi-finals in the 2013 and 2015 respectively in the tournament Mexico have a precocious talent in forward Jairo Torres who made his Liga MX debut during 2016 Apertura at 16 years of age and was named Golden Ball winner at the CONCACAF qualifying event earlier this year The explosive attacker has impressed in the Liga MX U-20 competition where he was a constant threat for his opponents with his skill of playing on either flank Mexico would not be resting on the past laurels and are in no mood to take any team lightly “We have changed some players We have come with the aspiration to win the U-17 World Cup and create history again” chief coach Mario Arteaga said Squads: Mexico: Goalkeepers: Victor Andre Alcaraz Diaz Cesar Ivan Lopez De Alba (Guadalajara); Cesar Rafael Ramos Becerra (Monterrey) Defenders: Alan Maeda Luevanos (Santos) Luis Alejandro Olivas Salcedo (Guadalajara) Oscar Haret Ortega Gatica (América) Carlos Alejandro Robles Jiménez (Atlas) Adrián Vázquez Hernández (Pachuca) Sergio Villarreal Lozano (Monterrey) Raúl Martín Sandoval Zavala (Tijuana) Midfielders: Luis Javier Gamíz vila (Tijuana) Carlos Eduardo Guerrero Zavala (Leon) Alexis Hazael Gutiérrez Torres (Guadalajara) Diego Laínez Leyva (América) Deivoon Alexander Magaa Rico (Guadalajara) Jesús Andrés Pérez lvarez (Querétaro) Marco Antonio Ruíz Zarco (Atlas) Forwards: an Jairo Misael Torres Ramírez (Atlas) Roberto Carlos De la Rosa González (Pachucha) César Saúl Huerta Valera (Guadalajara) Daniel Guadalupe López Valdez (Tijuana) Iraq: Goalkeepers: Víctor André Alcaráz Díaz César Iván López De Alba (Guadalajara); César Rafael Ramos Becerra (Monterrey) Defenders: Ali Raad Muntadher Abdulsada (Al Hidood); Abdulabbas Ayad Ammar Mohammed (Al Talaba SC); Maytham Jabbar (Al Shola) Muntadher Mohammed (Al Kahraba) Mohammed Al-Baqer (Al Sina’a FC) Midfielders: Habeeb Mohammed Saif Khalid Mohammed Ridha (Al Talaba SC); Abbas Ali (Al Hussein SC) Bassam Shakir (Al Karkh SC) Mohammed Ali (Al Nagda) Moamel Karim (Al Shorta SC) Ahmed Sartip (Gas Al Shemal) Forwards: Mohammed Dawood (Al Naft SC) Ali Kareem (Baghdad FC) Alaa Adnaan (Al Nagda) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe US on Mondayruled out a hasty withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan as President Donald Trump warned Pakistan of consequences if it continues to provide safe haven to terror groups He also sought an enhanced role for India to bring peace in the war-torn country He highlighted the fact that Pakistan and India are nuclear armed states and their tense relations could spiral into conflict reported ANI Pakistan and India are nuclear armed states whose tense relations threaten to spiral into conflict and that could happen: Donald Trump — ANI (@ANI) August 22 2017 Trump in a prime-time televised address to the nation laid out his South Asia policy saying a "critical part" of it was to further develop US’ strategic partnership with India He said after a "comprehensive review" it has been decided that the American strategy in Afghanistan and South Asia will change dramatically No rapid exit from Afghanistan In his first formal address to the nation as commander-in-chief Trump discarded his previous criticism of the 16-year-old war as a waste of time and money admitting things looked different from "behind the desk in the Oval Office" "My instinct was to pull out" Trump admitted as he spoke of frustration with a war that has killed thousands of US troops and cost US taxpayers trillions of dollars But following months of discussion Trump said he had concluded "the consequences of a rapid exit are both predictable and unacceptable" and leaving a "vacuum" that terrorists "would instantly fill" "A core pillar of our new strategy is a shift from a time-based approach to one based on conditions I’ve said many times how counter-productive it is for the United States to announce in advance the dates we intend to begin or end military operations" Trump said in his address "We will not talk about numbers of troops or our plans for further military activities" Trump said as he announced his South Asia policy in front of about 2000 people from all five services and top officials of his administration Trump detailed several of the US’s goals in Afghanistan including "obliterating IS" "preventing the Taliban from taking over Afghanistan" and strengthening Afghan security forces He noted that "the stronger the Afghan security forces become the less we will have to do" Trump for the first time also left the door open to an eventual political deal with the Taliban "Someday after an effective military effort perhaps it will be possible to have a political settlement that includes elements of the Taliban in Afghanistan" he said "But nobody knows if or when that will ever happen" he added before vowing that "America will continue its support for the Afghan government and military as they confront the Taliban in the field" Warning to Pakistan over continued support to terrorist groups Trump lashed out atPakistan for its continued support to terrorist groups and warned Islamabad of consequences if it continues to do so "We can no longer be silent about Pakistan’s safe havens for terrorist organisations the Taliban and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond" Trump said "Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our effort in Afghanistan It has much to lose by continuing to harbour terrorists" he said in a apparent warning to Pakistan Donald Trump walks off after speaking on his Afghanistan policy AP On Monday US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had spoken with Pakistan prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi India’s external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and Afghan foreign minister Salahuddin Rabbani to discuss how they can help in shaping President Donald Trump’s new South Asia strategy Enhanced role for India The US president reached out to India seeking an enhanced role for New Delhi especially in the economic field to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan India the world’s largest democracy is a key security and economic partner of the United States he said "We appreciate India’s important contributions to stability in Afghanistan but India makes billions of dollars in trade with the United States and we want them to help us more with Afghanistan especially in the area of economic assistance and development" Trump said He alsosaid that he wants to further develop strategic partnership with India to achieve country’s goals in Afghanistan saying American troops "will fight to win" and "from now on victory will have a clear definition" Modest increase in troops in Afghanistan Trump’s plan involves a modest increase of several thousand troops According to Pentagon additional troops above current levels of about 8500 would serve very specific purposes including boosting training capacity-building and allowing advisers to work more closely with Afghan soldiers along the front lines The increase was effectively approved in June when Trump gave defence secretary James Mattis gave the go-ahead to boost levels by as many as 3900 troops US commanders would bring in additional advisers to support Afghan special forces the Afghan air force and the Afghan army and police professional schools such as the infantry and artillery schools according to CNN With inputs from agencies By: PTI | Pune | Published: December 22 2016 10:01 pm NFAI here has acquired three unfinished films of the acclaimed Bengali filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak Top News The National Film Archive of India (NFAI) here has acquired three unfinished films of the acclaimed Bengali filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak “Made between 1959 and 1968 these three Bengali films by Ghatak are unfinished These footages were acquired from the Department of Information and Cultural Affairs Government of West Bengal with active cooperation from the Ritwik Ghatak Memorial Trust” NFAI said in a release today These films are “Kato Ajanare” (1959 8 reels) “Bangar Banga Darshan” (1963 4 reels) and “Ranger Ghulam” (1968 3 reels) Drawing inspiration from the partition themed films by Ritwik Ghatak director Gautam Ghosh will portray the angst of the people living near the Indo-Bangladesh border in “Sankhachil” This apart in 2016 NFAI’s acquisitions included a booklet of Ghatak’s film “Titash Ekti Nadir Naam” (1973) photographs of filmstar-turned politician Jayalalitha in the film “Shehzadi Mumtaz” (1977) photographs of one of the first sound films made in Marathi “Sant Tukaram” (1932) poster of Amitabh Bachchan’s unreleased film “Zamanat” and photographs and press clippings of the first Assamese film “Joymati” (1935) In all 7500 photographs 4000 posters and 2500 song booklets were added to NFAI collection this year Prakash Magdum Director NFAI said “NFAI has almost all of Ghatak’s films and these unfinished works of his filled the gap We are thankful to Government of West Bengal and Ritwik Ghatak Memorial Trust for facilitating this” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 5 2015 12:21 am Related News Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has his own way of dealing with India’s neighbourhood Not for him the hemming and hawing of foreign policy wonks Ask him a question and he will give you a uniquely Parrikar take on the issue Terror Simple fight it with more terror Pakistan He can’t help it if his terror remarks sting worse than Andhra chillies China It’s plain to see that “made in China” Ganeshas have “smaller” eyes Make in India therefore if you want your gods to stay Indian Nothing like a little casual racism apparently to settle a 50-year-old border dispute and tilt the trade deficit in India’sfavour Population control Just drop an atom bomb So no one can complain about defence spending now Perhaps Parrikar feels impelled to make a splash at a time when most of theBJP’s central leadership has paled next to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s impressive persona If Modi could meet US President Barack Obama in a suit embroidered with his own name Parrikar must have felt pressured to flex a muscle or two before going in to sign agreements with US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter Certainly he has travelled a long way from the leader who was part of the BJP’s phalanx of showpiece chief ministers As Goa’s first BJP CM Parrikar was projected as a liberal face of the party He was the secular politician who could draw in the state’s minorities and the dynamic leader who could push the growth agenda In retrospect though signs of his unique verbal flair werevisible early on as for instance in 2009 when he called veteran BJP leader LK Advani an “old rancid pickle” In Delhi the statesmanly CM has seemed to give way to the party hardliner As he goes into the public arena all guns blazing he seems to have decided offence is the bestform of defence For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:Indian Arrows produced an impressive display of possession football with Nongdamba Naorem scoring a peach of a goal in a solo run to provide the icing on the cake in their 3-0 drubbing of Shillong Lajong in an entertaining I-League matchin New Delhi onTuesday The All India Football Federation’s developmental side made up mostly of the country’s U-17 World Cup squad completely toyed with their opponents with an overwhelming possession and show of sleek passing en route notching up their second win of the league Indian Arrows celebrate a goal during their 3-0 win over Shillong Lajing in the I-League Twitter/@ILeagueOfficial They scored through Jitendra Singh (19th minute) Nongdamba Naorem (86th) and Rahul Kannoly (90+1) to walk away with full three points at the Amebedkar Stadium to bounce back from their three successive losses The Arrows the youngest side in the I-League played the final half an hour with one-man advantage after Lajong’s F Lalrohlua was sent off for his second bookable offence in the 60th minute Naorem’s 86th minute strike was easily the goal of the season so far as he cut in from the left channel and dodged past six Lajong players before slotting the ball past an onrushing goalie into the net Naorem had come into the match as a substitute in the 75th minute This was Arrow’s second win in five matches and they are now at sixth spot with six points After beginning their campaign with a 3-0 win over Chennai City FC they slumped to three successive losses — 0-2 and 0-1 against Minerva Punjab and 0-2 against Gokulam Kerala — before Tuesday’s win Lajong now occupy fourth spot with 10 points from seven matches — three wins one draw and three losses Today’s win by Arrow’s was a post Christmas gift of sorts for their coach Luis Norton de Matos who has taken a few days break to be at home this festive season He is expected to be back for their next home game here on January 2 against mighty East Bengal In de Matos’ absence Floyd Pinto was at the helm of affairs of the Arrows and he began with all but one of his playing eleven with boys who were in India’s U-17 World Cup squad The side led by Amarjit Singh Kiyam completely outplayed Lajong in the first half The visiting side tried to come back in the second session and pressed for the equaliser but their hopes were dealt a severe blow with the red card of Lalrohlua in the 60th minute The Arrows were also playing without any foreign players while Lajong fielded their full quota of five players from abroad The midfield trio of Jeakson Singh Thounaojam Amarjit and Suresh Singh proved too hot to handle for the Lajong defence line and the trio regularly slipped passes into the final third Lajong players chased the ball all day as the Arrows’ youngsters distributed the ball nicely not allowing their more physically superior opponents to close in on them As was shown during the U-17 World Cup the Arrows players were impeccable in their organisation also Arrow’s goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh was called for action just thrice in the entire match In the 17th minute the Lajong defence was split open by a Ningthoinganba Meetei pass but Abhijit Sarkar’s left-footed shot from close range was blocked Two minutes later central defender Jitendra Singh burst onto the scene from a throw-in and netted the ball home to give the Arrow’s the lead In the second half Lajong tried to come back into the match and pressed for the equaliser but nothing much happenned for them as Jitendra and Anwar Ali marshalled the Arrows’ defence nicely In the 60th minute Lajong were reduced to ten men after Lalrohlua was given his marching order by the referee for a rash tackle on Ninthoinganba Indian Arrows made their first substitution of the match as Abhishek Halder replaced Jeakson in the midfield in the 70th minute Naorem came on for Abhijit Sarkar in the 76th minute as the Arrows made a defensive change to keep Lajong at bay In the 86th minute substitute Naorem put the game out of Lajong’s reach as he dribbled past six defenders and slotted the ball home Rahul who also came as a substitute in the 82nd minute then struck in the first minute of the injury- stoppage time to make it 3-0 Zhangjiajie : Tourists who suffer from vertigo need not apply The world’s highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge opened Saturday in China’s spectacular Zhangjiajie mountains — the inspiration for American blockbuster Avatar Some 430 metres (1400 feet) long and suspended 300 metres above the earth the bridge spans the canyon between two mountain cliffs in Zhangjiajie park in China’s central Hunan province Six metres wide and made of some 99 panels of clear glass the bridge can carry up to 800 people at the same time an official in Zhangjiajie — a popular tourist destination — told the Xinhua news agency People visit a glass bridge at a gorge as it opens to public in Zhangjiajie China Reuters Tourists can walk across the bridge designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan and the more adventurous will be able to bungee jump or ride a zip line "I wanted to feel awe-inspired by this bridge But I’m not afraid — it seems safe" Wang Min who was visiting the new structure with her husband and children told AFP Saturday Following an alarming glass bridge cracking incident at the Yuntai mountain in northern Henan in 2015 authorities in Zhangjiajie were eager to demonstrate the safety of the structure They organised a string of media events including one where people were encouraged to try and smash the bridge’s glass panels with a sledge hammer and another where they drove a car across it "It’s crowded today and a bit of a mess But to be suspended 300 metres in the air it’s a unique experience" said Lin Chenglu who had come to see the bridge with his colleagues Only 8000 people each day will be allowed to cross the bridge Xinhua said and tourists will have to book their tickets a day in advance at a cost of 138 yuan (USD 20) People wearing stilettos will be banned it added Local authorities have said that one of the summits in Zhangjiajie Park inspired the floating mountain which appears in the American blockbuster Avatar A Hollywood photographer visited the area in 2008 taking images which were used for the film according to media reports Written by Express News Service | Published: May 10 2012 1:34 am Related News Central Railway (CR) has earned Rs 905 crore as against Rs 481 crore earned during April 2011registering an increase of 88 per cent during a massive drive to curb the ticketless/ unauthorised travel in April this year The amount earned during April 2012from the 189 lakh cases of ticketless / irregular travel including un-booked luggage as against 115 lakh cases of ticketless / irregular travel including un-booked luggage detected during April 2011 showing an increase of 64 per cent in the number of cases detected The cases detected and amount realized during April are the highest ever figures achieved during a month by Central Railway Apart from this605 cases of transfer of reserved journey tickets were also detected for April 2012 and an amount of Rs 401 lakh recovered in fines besides confiscation of tickets worth Rs 271 lakh For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Megha Sood | Mumbai | Published: August 2 2012 6:09 am Related News Though the parents of Rameez and Rehab Chougle who died within 24 hours on July 3-4 continue to be untraceablethe police have prepared a list of questions for their mother The Versova police want to grill Farzana Chougle to examine if the dinner prepared by her could be the source of aluminium phosphide Rehabs stomach wash had revealed traces of the poisonous chemicalwhich is used as a pesticidesuggesting it could have been consumed orally The police have decided to re-examine the case and circumstances leading to the mysterious death of the siblings Where was Farzana when the two reached home Why hadnt she informed the children about the pest control treatment at home Why had she not warned them to keep their room locked? the RSS and BJP have clearly understood that the magic of Narendra Modi’s oratory has died along with the government’s poor functioning during the last 18 months. Now this terrorist organisation is not only out of the ISI’s control,The PCB reverted,000 students of these institutes,” Shah said, a daily wage worker residing next door tried to lure the girl’s 11-year-old elder sister to his house.
It was said that the issue was not discussed in the core committee. Additionally, Till now around 900 applications have been received in the Sampark Centers asking for EWS income certificates and an equal number of applications have been received by the private schools from parents seeking admission.