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Santokh Singh Chaudhary (Cong) charged the Akalis with encouraging separatism and terrorism.Assembly elections in Punjab are scheduled early next year Written by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Published: May 21 2017 5:05 am Top News He was the apple of everyone’s eye in his family Which is why no one expected him to steal his uncle’s car a Hyundai i20 so he could “bear his girlfriend’s expenses” In a case that came to light earlier this week police have arrested a 24-year-old for allegedly stealing the vehicle from outside the family home in Jagatpuri The accused was caught four days after committing the theft when he went to sell the vehicle in Daryaganj Deputy Commissioner of Police (central) M S Randhawa said they arrested the accused Siddharth from near Rajghat “He was produced before court and sent to 14-day judicial custody” Randhawa said Police said Siddharth who used to be a sales executive with a private company before he was sacked stole the car on May 14 and took it to an isolated area in Kaushambi “After parking it safely he returned home and told police that somebody had stolen the car He accompanied his uncle and father to the police station where he also recorded his statement For four days he went to various places with the investigating officer and met several people” a senior police officer said In the meantime he asked his friend to look for a buyer for the car and they finally found a person in Daryaganj willing to pay Rs 5 lakh “They struck a deal and the customer asked him to come to Rajghat to show the vehicle Police meanwhile received a tip-off that Siddharth was out with the car without having changed the number plate A team led by inspector Satendra Mohan laid a trap and arrested the accused when he reached” an officer said News of Siddharth’s arrest shocked the entire family a police officer said “They all came to the police station During interrogation Siddharth admitted to the crime in front of them He told police that he had been dating a girl pursuing MBA He said he used to bear her expenses but ever since he lost his job about four months ago he had been struggling financially He stole his uncle’s car after getting duplicate keys made On May 14 when the family was asleep he drove off with the car” police said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: October 3 2017 12:17 am England coach Steven Cooper said that he sought advice from the likes of Stephen Constantine Teddy Sheringham and Steve Coppell (Source: Express photo by Kevin DSouza) Related News England U-17 football team coach Steve Cooper is happy to get inputs from British coaches working in India including Stephen Constantine and Ashley Westwood which has helped a lot in their preparation for the FIFA U-17 World Cup starting October 6 Cooper has sought advice from the likes India senior team coach Stephen Constantine Atletico de Kolkata’s Teddy Sheringham and Steve Coppell of ISL teams Jamshedpur FC and Atletico de Kolkata and former Bengaluru FC coach Ashley Westwood “We have reached out to some people who have worked in India The India national team manager Stephen Constantine has been a real help and I’ve been fascinated at some of the stories that he has had to tell” said Cooper “Steve Coppell (former Kerala Blasters and current Jamshedpur FC coach) has managed out there and I’ve had a great conversation with him too and we have some other staff members who have worked out here in terms of sports science “Ashley Westwood (former Bengaluru FC) is the technical director at Kolkata where Teddy Sheringham is the manager and they’ve all helped to give us a really good insight into what it looks like in India” said the Young Lions coach Cooper is happy with the preparation levels of his squad ever since sealing their World Cup spot by virtue of their performance at the U-17 Euro Finals in May in Croatia where they lost out on the title after a penalty shootout defeat to Spain The England squad have been undergoing a pre-tournament training camp in Mumbai for five days and they are heading Kolkata tomorrow ahead of their group matches England defeated New Zealand 3-2 in a practice match here yesterday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: In a bid to reform the condition of prisons across the state and especially to secure the rights of women prisoners the Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra Legal Services Authority (MLSA) to conduct a survey for suggestions from jail inmates in the matter Representational image IBNLive A special bench of justices Mridula Bhatkar and Revati Mohite-Dere constituted by the high court to look solely into implementing prison reforms across the state passed the order last week The directions in compliance with a previous order of the high court came after the state government informed the bench that it has drawn up a set of questionnaire for the inmates on the condition in jails facilities available to undertrial as well as convicted prisoners and access granted to them to meet their minor children among others The bench has now directed the MLSA to send 20 such forms to all prisons across the state It suggested that district-level prison authorities get some undertrial and convicted women prisoners in each jail fill up the forms The bench also suggested that district-level prison authorities take the help of final year law students for the task "Send 10 forms for undertrial female prisoners and 10 for female convicts Forms filled up by the inmates and the undertrial prisoners will be considered as confidential information" the bench said "The district legal authority shall take the assistance of fifth year law students from different colleges of the said districts This exercise shall be completed by 31 October 2017" the bench said Once the survey is complete MLSA would compile the responses and file a report before the high court the bench said and also directed the MLSA to ensure that the responses be kept confidential and that the prison authorities concerned have no access to inmates’ replies In September this year during the first hearing since it was constituted the bench had directed the Maharashtra government to take a decision on making better arrangements in prisons for women inmates It had particularly directed the state to ensure that children staying in jails with their mothers who are either undertrials or are serving a sentence are taken care of Also women prisoners whose children stay away from them be granted permission to meet them regularly By: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: July 24 2015 3:35 pm A carefully chosen accessory adds an extra ounce of chicness to your outfit and boosts your appearance Play around with your tie use clips to break the monotony Pocket squares are always neglected but make them a part of your requisites when wearing a blazer or a suit (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Men should 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A day earlier, It was a remarkable collapse from 238/4 to 274 all out in 70 minutes as the Australian bowlers led by Josh Hazlewood wreaked havoc.That set the visitors a target of 188 runs with plenty of time and overs in hand and it looked like India were heading the way they did in Pune having handed the initiative they had at the end of day three firmly back to the visitors Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru India – 06/03/17 – India’s Ajinkya Rahane plays a shot REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui – RTS11MBI Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane carried on from where they left but were soon prised apart Pujara falling in the nineties for the first time in his Test career and Rahane departing shortly after getting to a fifty They had stitched together a118-runpartnership for the fifth wicket The variable bounce proved to be the Indian batsmen’s bane and while a sharply rising delivery got the better of Pujara Ravichandran Ashwin was bowled off one that went under his bat Karun Nair paid the price of playing away from his body — a cardinal sin on a wicket such as this Wriddhiman Saha and Ishant Sharma however showed some resolve to take the lead to 187 before Ishant threw his wicket away to an uppish drive From leading by 126 runs at the close of day three to getting bowled out after adding just 61 runs India had quite a slide in the morning session on Tuesday In the first Test India had lost seven wickets for 11 runs in the first innings However it was soon to prove that even 188 can be a mountain to climb on a wicket as the one that the Bengaluru Test was being played on and against the quality of the attack that the hosts possessed One knew that the Indian spin duo of Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja would have been the prime movers but there were certainly something there for the pacers as well as Hazlewood showed with a six-for in India’s second innings And right on cue Ishant gave India the first breakthrough in the fifth over of the match itself by sending back Matt Renshaw the extra bounce doing the damage Australian captain Steve Smith joined David Warner in the middle and the right-left combination was giving the impression of being quite at ease as the score reached 42/1 in the 10th over The run rate was good and with every run scored the tension in Indian camp rose that much more But soon Warner was rapped on the pads by Ashwin while attempting a sweep and was adjudged ‘out’ albeit after taking the circuitous route of a review It was the ninth time that the swashbuckling Australian opener was out to the wily Indian off-spinner Shaun Marsh was next to the crease and he too was not willing to be easily dislodged He added 25 runs with Smith for the third wicket —runs which were all the more magnified in terms of value considering the difficulty of scoring and the context of the contest However Marsh would consider himself desperately unlucky having been given out lbw while shouldering arms though replays suggested that the delivery from Umesh Yadav had not come back enough Australia had by that time already used up a review and Marsh chose not to go upstairs and would be cursing himself for that However that was the kind of luck that India needed and they had their tails up But Smith was playing with confidence and had hit three boundaries But soon Australia suffered a body blow as Smith was caught plumb in front of the stumps to Umesh on a ball that just refused to bounce The Australians thought about a review and Smith even cheekily gestured to the dressing room for some clues but umpire Nigel Llong was quick to clamp down on any mischief Australia were now reeling at 74/4 and India smelled blood Then there was a mini fightback from Peter Handscomb and Mitchell Marsh Handscomb had shown in Pune and in the first innings of this Test that he is more than a handy player in the middle order and this was a chance for Mitch Marsh to prove that he was good enough for the crucial No 6 slot A match-winning innings under enormous pressure on a spiteful pitch and against Ashwin and Co would have done his CV a world of good The two batsmen strained every sinew to put up a credible resistance and there was a flurry of boundaries with both Ishant and Umesh going for runs and one straight drive by Mitch Marsh stood out as the shot of the day The pair added 27 runs for the fifth wicket and took their team past 100 – a huge psychological barrier crossed especially when you are chasing a smallish total on a pitch on which runs were difficult to come by That brief period of two-three overs gave the impression that the match was slowly swinging back in the visitors’ favour But that was unless Ashwin struck again removing Mitch Marsh for 13 At that time Australia needed 87 to win which gave rise to a bit of banter in the commentary box on providence playing a role in Australia’s slide given that the number 87 which is 13 short of 100 is considered ‘unlucky’ in Australian culture The belief gained wind when Matthew Wade went for a duck on the same score Tea was called after Wade’s wicket with Australia now tottering at 101/6 in 275 overs After tea the Indian bowlers made short work of the contest claiming the remaining four wickets for only 11 runs as Australia were administered a bit of their own medicine getting bowled out for 112 in the same manner that they bowled India out for 105 and 107 in the first Test in Pune In fact the Aussies had lost their last six wickets for 11 runs much the same way India had lost their last seven wickets for 11 runs in the first innings at Pune Ashwin in the process took his 25th five wicket haul the fastest to do so He reached this milestone in 88 innings a good 12 Tests less than that taken by the legendary Sri Lankan and highest wicket-taker in Test history Muttiah Muralitharan Ashwin can now be called the ‘milestone man’ of Indian cricket much the same way as Sachin Tendulkar had been The Bengaluru Test was special because it was not a one-sided affair as the one in Pune nor those that India had won so convincingly in their long home season This is perhaps the only occasion in India’s home season after maybe the Rajkot Test against England a few months back in which both sides had a chance to win Yet the Bengaluru Test would stand out for the being closer than the one at Rajkot There was a real see-saw battle between two of the premier sides in Test cricket India vs Australia on the cricket field is a storied contest and the Bengaluru match was all that Test cricket should be in the day and age of Twenty20 to stay relevant It was edge-of-the-seat stuff for all of day four and some high quality dogged fight on the days preceding it In the end there had to be a winner and a loser and the hosts applied themselves and took advantage of the conditions just abit better to win by 75 runs Surely Kohli’s team made a molehill look a mountain to win battle of nerves on Tuesday but there was not a lot of daylight between the two teams What matters most though is that Test cricket won in Bengaluru By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 4 2015 11:51 am Karlie Kloss previously addressed her anxiety about going back to school in a video she posted on her YouTube channel ” (Source: AP) Related News Model Karlie Kloss was excited yet nervous while attending her first day of college at New York University The 23-year-old Victoria’s Secret model took to Instagram to share a snap of her “first day of school” reported Ace Showbiz The blonde beauty showed her smile while pointing her finger at a purple-and-white flag of her university For her first day of college Kloss wore a white long-sleeved shirt blue jeans and heels Unlike many university students who carry backpack she opted for a leather bag “…I haven’t been this nervous in years” she captioned it and put the hashtag “firstdayofschool” Kloss previously addressed her anxiety about going back to school in a video she posted on her YouTube channel “Another challenge that I’ll be facing soon that I’m really nervous about is the first day going back to school” she said “And I’ll be taking classes at NYU in the falls So all I can do is know when I go to school that day I’m gonna do the best that I can – to just focus and to prepare leading up to it and that it’s gonna be fine” Kloss revealed how she would handle it For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 11:24 am The Russian team surged into the lead with one match-up left thanks to Alexey Cheremisinov and Artur Akhmatkhuzin who outscored the French 19-8 in just two of their bouts (Source: Reuters) Top News Russia’s fencers stormed back against France in the closing minutes of the team foil final to clinch gold on Friday while the US men beat defending champions Italy for bronze their first medal in the event since 1932 Trailing to France through each of their first seven bouts the Russian team surged into the lead with one match-up left thanks to Alexey Cheremisinov and Artur Akhmatkhuzin who outscored the French 19-8 in just two of their bouts “It was the team spirit and we believed in ourselves” said Cheremisinov who on Sunday lost his first match in the individual competition to teammate Timur Safin Russia has collected six fencing medals three gold so far in Rio better than any other sport at the Games They have already turned in their best Olympic fencing performance since 1996 the last time they won men’s team foil The bronze medal bout offered a dose of revenge to the same US foil team that lost their semifinal to Italy in 2012 – an American squad in their early twenties that has fought hard to make a name in fencing’s most widespread weapon “When we were growing up we’d face the Italians because we were one of the lowest ranked teams They were number one so we’d always face them early And we just got consistently crushed” said US teammate Race Imboden “So to come to the Olympic Games and not only fence them for a medal but to send them home without one … It’s symbolic in men’s foil” he added “This is bigger than us This is something that US fencing has built together over years” The British team featuring two of the top six foil fencers coming into the Games lost a tough opening match to Russia 43-45 before beating Egypt and falling short against China to take sixth place The scrappy Brazilian team kept the arena roaring through much of the day and came within a few touches of beating China but finished eighth after losing their last match to Egypt For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGeneva: The UN refugee agency urged Bangladesh on Tuesday to speed up vetting of up to 15000 Rohingya refugees "stranded" near the border after crossing into the country from Myanmar and move them further inland to safer and better conditions Rohingya Muslims who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh walk through muddy field AP Some 582000 Rohingya are now known to have fled since violence erupted on 25 August in northern Rakhine state where they lack access to food and health care UN officials said "We are gravely concerned about humanitarian conditions in Bangladesh where thousands of new arrivals are stranded near the border" UNHCR spokesman Andrej Mahecic told a Geneva news briefing An estimated 10000 to 15000 have entered Bangladesh through the Anjuman Para border crossing point since Sunday night many of whom described walking for about a week to reach the border he said "We are advocating with the Bangladesh authorities to urgently admit these refugees fleeing violence and increasingly difficult conditions back home Every minute counts given the fragile condition they are arriving in" Mahecic said The delay was due to screening by Bangladesh border guards he said emphasising this was the right of any government UN aid agencies have not had access to the shrinking Rohingya population in northern Rakhine state since the 25 August coordinated insurgent attacks on police posts and army campaign which the UN rights office has likened to "ethnic cleansing" Jens Laerke spokesman of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that Rohingya in Rakhine now faced a "desperate choice whether to stay or go" not only due to the violence but also humanitarian needs "The lack of food lack of health care and so on So that is certainly a factor that is strongly in play as of now" he said Nearly 60 percent of the 582000 refugees who have fled Myanmar since 25 August are children – and thousands more are crossing each week UNICEF spokeswoman Marixie Mercado said UNICEF which is providing clean water every day to 40000 people in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh and has installed thousands of toilets may have to stop operations by the end of November unless further funds are received she said A UN inter-agency appeal of $434 million for Rohingya in Bangladesh and host communities is only 24 percent funded OCHA’s Laerke said Mumbai | Published: May 28 2016 2:51 am Top News Coming down heavily on the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) the Bombay High Court Friday stayed contracts awarded for bridge and road related works to tainted contractors This includes the contract for work on the Hancock bridge a critical east-west connecting road overbridge in Central Mumbai Pointing out that the process of issuing showcause notices to these companies had been delayed with an ulterior motive to give the contractors some leeway the court observed that public authorities could not be allowed to use their powers against public interest A vacation bench of Justices Bhushan Gavai and Shalini Phansalkar Joshi was hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) questioning the awarding of fresh contracts for bridge and road related works to tainted contractors The PIL had said that a criminal case had been lodged against the contractors after enquiries into their previous contracts with the BMC Share This Article Related Article The petitioner’s lawyer had argued that such irregularities could not have taken place without active and passive participation of officials from the BMC The BMC standing committee had on May 4 given contracts to two contractors to build the Hancock Bridge in Byculla a bridge on the Lokhandwala creek in Andheri a bridge on the Mithi river in BKC and a railway crossing bridge at Vikhroli “Though the BMC commissioner had prima facie found the firms indulging in corrupt practices and ordered action against them the corporation awarded several contracts in favour of these firms” said the court Senior counsel Anil Singh appearing for the BMC told the bench that preliminary work on the projects had been started and these contracts had been awarded before the issuance of showcause notices to the contractors “The works are of urgent nature and stopping them might cause inconvenience to the people at large” said Singh The HC however pointed out that companies whose names were in the process of being blacklisted should not have been awarded contracts “The BMC commissioner had started the process of blacklisting the firms as per law It is surprising to note that though the FIR in the matter was lodged on April 27 it took 21 days for the BMC to issue showcause notices for blacklisting and suspending the contractors’ registrations There was no reason for the officials to issue notices after 21 days” said the court The HC has asked the Mumbai municipal commissioner to investigate as to why the showcause notices were issued 21 days after he asked for action against the contractors “It should be noted that the standing committee had passed a resolution on May 4 just 10 days after the BMC commissioner’s directions Once the registration is suspended the contractor should not be allowed to enter the tender process… It cannot be believed that the standing committee was unaware of the BMC commissioner’s directions on April 25” observed the HC adding that the BMC rules provided that the contractor be not awarded any new project or entry into the bidding process after suspension of registration Justice Gawai noted that if the “suspension had taken place immediately the bids of the contractors even under process could have been rejected The process of notice and suspension was delayed with an ulterior motive to give an umbrella to the contractors” “We find that if we fail to pass an interim order now the contractors will get a reason and say they spent a particular amount on the work This order shall be eligible till a regular bench hears the case” said the court The matter has been kept for hearing on June 9 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 19 2016 9:21 pm Delhi High Court today asked the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to hear the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) which has claimed that the upcoming film ‘Santa Banta Pvt Ltd’ makes fun of the Sikh community Related News Delhi High Court today asked the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to hear the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) which has claimed that the upcoming film ‘Santa Banta Pvt Ltd’ makes fun of the Sikh community Justice J R Midha said this after the bench was informed by the government that DSGMC’s member can have a meeting tomorrow at CBFC chairman’s office in Mumbai regarding the film which is scheduled to be released on April 22 The issue was also brought up today before the Supreme Court which asked the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) counsel that he could file a petition and challenge whichever aspect they felt aggrieved of in the movie The high court was hearing a plea filed by DSGMC and two others against CBFC’s chairman Pahlaj Nihalani and its CEO Anurag Shrivastava in which it was alleged that they had not complied with the March 29 directions given by the court On March 29 a bench headed by Chief Justice G Rohini had directed the CBFC to reconsider the ‘U/A’ certification issued to the film and asked it to give an opportunity to partiesto be heard on the issue before passing appropriate order The division bench had also asked CBFC to treat as a representation the petition filed by DSGMC which has claimed that the movie could lead to “disturbance” In the plea which came up for hearing today DSGMC alleged that the CBFC had “clandestinely” passed an order on April 7 without hearing them on the issue about certification of the movie despite court’s direction Countering DSGMC claims government’s standing counsel Anil Soni told the court that proper messages were sent to them but they did not appear before the CBFC for a discussion “They (petitioners) are the ones who did not take the opportunity granted by the court We have passed the order in their absence keeping in view their representation” he said Read More The counsel appearing for the petitioners said they had not received any such communication from CBFC Soni then said the DSGMC members could meet CBFC officers tomorrow in Mumbai During the hearing the court said one opportunity should be granted to DSGMC to discuss the issue with the CBFC It also said a fresh order be passed by CBFC on or before April 21 after hearing the petitioners During the hearing on the petition earlier before a division bench the censor board had stood by its decision to certify it on the ground that there was nothing objectionable In its petition filed before the division bench DSGMC had sought stay on the film’s release contending that it “misrepresented” the community and projected “the personality of the community in defamatory and denigrating manner” which could cause “disturbance” Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 14 2017 7:28 pm Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will apparently feature a 5-inch HD display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels 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