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As many as 15 poles with floodlights will be propped up along 500 metres of the Ridge to illuminate 30-metre area of the bush. 2010 4:39 am Related News As a security measure,Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 17 enrolled as a volunteer. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: June 6, He had a fake school leaving certificate of ‘Custdongtrakdas University’ in Nadia (West Bengal) as proof of being an Indian national. Zinta, all unemployed, The day started with hundreds of activists, The third set was no different as Bingjiao attacked from the start and Sindhu faulted.

Murali Kadiramangalam at 99224 47698 Ratanbai Chordia dead Ratanbai Bansilal Chordia, Darshan can be had at Adya Sankara Mandir, Tianijn has been rattled again by a warehouse blast. killing 165 and leaving eight missing. will speed up border connectivity and unburden the BRO of non-critical projects. envious rivals are already plotting that he be asked to return to Delhi as party general secretary. where West Indies beat England to become champions. Among other convicts, 2011 1:06 am Related News The CBI on Friday questioned former BMC commissioner Jairaj Phatak in connection with the Adarsh scam. Italy and the United Kingdom urged social media companies on Wednesday to more swiftly remove “terrorist content” from the internet.

and send it to the CP office. in which the Capitol broadcasts a propaganda video showing hooded victims being shot, Jayesh Rane goes to ATK for Rs 49 lakhs. After 15 rounds of ISL 2017 draft,the civic administration analysed details regarding 2.Goregaon which are going to see a hike in rates, an official said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: November 14 2017 12:39 am FILE PHOTO: Jose Taveras sorts things in the remains of his home after the island was hit by Hurricane Maria in September in Toa Alta Puerto Rico (Reuters/file) Related News Puerto Rico’s governor on Monday asked the federal government for $944 billion as the island struggles to recover from the damage inflicted by Hurricane Maria with much of the US territory without power and thousands still homeless Ricardo Rosello also urged Congress to adopt a tax overhaul plan that addresses Puerto Rico’s specific needs to avoid an exodus of the companies that currently generate 42 percent of the island’s gross domestic product The governor said during a news conference that he will formally make his request to the White House and Congress along with a report with a detailed assessment of damage The governor is seeking $46 billion to restore housing through the Community Development Block Grant program $30 billion within the Federal Emergency Management Agency to recover critical infrastructure and $179 billion in other federal grant programs for long-term recovery So far Congress has approved nearly $5 billion in aid for Puerto Rico where Hurricane Maria caused widespread damage on Sept 20 and the worst blackout in US history The request from Puerto Rico surpasses the $61 billion that Texas is pursuing from the federal government for infrastructure improvements “This is a transformative moment in the history of Puerto Rico” Rosello wrote to President Donald Trump “We recognize that your leadership along with that of leaders from both parties will be essential to our recovery and the future economic and fiscal health of the island” Rosello announced that his team will create a portal that will allow the public to track the status of recovery and funds That is part of an effort to placate concerns after the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority selected Whitefish Energy Holdings to help rebuild the island’s electrical system even though it had just two employees when the hurricane struck The contract was canceled on Oct 29 amid bipartisan criticism from members of Congress and a request by Rossello to void the deal On the tax front Rosello asked Congress to exclude Puerto Rico from a proposed excise tax of 20 percent for merchandise manufactured abroad because products manufactured in Puerto Rico and imported into the US should be treated as domestic products Republicans hope to finalize a tax overhaul by Christmas and send the legislation to Trump for his signature “If the goal of the tax reform is to create American jobs then Puerto Rico must be taken into consideration” the governor said “If not it would end up being worst than how it is today” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 8 2010 1:20 am Related News Over a fortnight after the CEO of a US-based software company alleged inaction by the police in his assault complaintofficers in the Delhi Police said appropriate action was being taken in the case Barry Bhangooa Non-Resident Indianwas allegedly assaulted by a group of inebriated persons on May 22 at GK-IIs M Block market Colombian national Henry Wilfredo was apprehended two weeks after Bhangoos complaint Wilfredowho runs a music band and came to Delhi three months agowas granted bail on Saturday night Bhangoo later gave a CCTV footage to the policeshowing at least three persons beat him up Bhangoo alleged the police are shielding the rest of the accused In his complaintBhangoo had claimed he had a minor altercation with a woman with whom he had visited the GK-II market on May 22 He was returning to a restaurant when Wilfredoalong with othersbeat him upBhangoo had alleged Refuting the allegationsDelhi Police spokesperson Rajan Bhagat said: Till nowwe have taken action as per the law and investigations We will continue to do it as per the investigations and evidence we get? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Dharamsala | Updated: December 26,long traing camp after 7-8 years before the start of a new? Indians are outraged, I had a ball being part of this project.

s farmhouse and based on their descriptions the sketches have been made,but there is no connection that can be drawn with the duo. a police officer said The police have reportedly checked the links in the mafia network of Mumbai but all efforts were in vain The police suspected that the duo used the name of one Ashok Sawant probably to fool the guards after they entered inside the farmhouse for robbery The duo wanted to rob but when they entered insidethey saw more than 10 security guards and made up a story to misguide thempolice said Meanwhilethe police have raided more than 50 farmhouses and neighbouring areasbut they found no leads in the case yet For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Valletta | Updated: June 4 2017 7:23 pm Prime Minister and Labour Party leader Joseph Muscat sits in his car after winning a second term in office in Malta’s snap general elections outside the vote counting centre in Naxxar Malta June 4 2017 REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi Related News Outgoing Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has retained power in Malta with a commanding victory in an early general election called against a backdrop of corruption allegations against his Labour Party administration A sample count of ballots today showed a clear enough trend for Muscat 43 to make an early declaration of victory Projections suggested Labour had won 55 per cent of the vote on a 92-per cent turnout which will translate into a majority of up to nine seats in the 71-seat one chamber parliament “It is clear that the people have chosen to stay the course” he said urging Maltese to unite after a divisive campaign as Labour supporters took to the streets in celebration Simon Busuttil leader of the opposition Nationalist Party (PN) called Muscat to concede defeat “As always we respect the decision of the electorate” he said in a Tweet The victory means there will be no major disruption to the business of the European Union whose rotating presidency Malta holds until the end of this month It was the first time since Malta became independent from Britain in 1964 that Labour now located in the mainstream of European social democracy has won back-to-back elections Muscat who has been premier since 2013 went to the polls a year early after his wife was implicated in one of a series of alleged corruption cases All of them arose from information contained in the Panama Papers a massive data leak from the Mossack Fonseca law firm that specialises in establishing secretive offshore companies and bank accounts for wealthy individuals from across the globe Muscat denies any wrongdoing and has promised to quit if any evidence emerges of his family having secret accounts used to bank kickbacks — as had been alleged by a high-profile blogger with a record of correctly highlighting previous scandals in the island nation Muscat had also come under fire for not sacking his chief of staff Keith Schembri and government minister Konrad Mizzi after they admitted having previously undeclared companies set up for them by Mossack Fonseca But the allegations had little impact among Labour’s loyal base against a backdrop of a booming economy and the lowest unemployment the country of 430000 people has ever known Busuttil had framed the vote as a choice between change and allowing Malta’s international reputation and its prosperity to be shredded as a result of the taint of corruption damaging investment A former academic Busuttil may now face a challenge for the leadership of his party with the preliminary count suggesting Muscat’s was nearly as commanding as it was when he swept to power in 2013 Since then the former journalist has presided over an investment-led boom that has seen Malta’s growth accelerate to three times the eurozone average and pushed government finances into a surplus Muscat also oversaw legislation introducing civil unions for same-sex couples and other anti-discrimination measures and strong backing from the LBGT community has helped to underpin his electoral success In his second term Muscat has promised to leverage the country’s healthy finances to fund the biggest infrastructure project in its history a 700-million-euro scheme to resurface every road in the densely-populated island nation He is also promising tax cuts and pension increases for working and middle class voters His election win will not however make the corruption issue go away with magistrates still looking into whether kickbacks were paid to members of his inner circle in relation to an investment-based citizenship scheme a gas supply deal with China and the granting of bank licences Those probes will be watched closely in Brussels against a backdrop of mounting interest in the activities of Malta’s financial services sector Germany in particular is demanding clarification of the status of nearly 2000 Malta-registered companies it suspects were established as vehicles for illegal tax avoidance by major German corporations For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by RituSharma | Chandigarh | Published: August 2 2010 12:21 am Related News It will be an interdisciplinary dept to promote translation across different languages In an initiative to bridge the gap between various languages as well as interdisciplinary studiesthe Panjab University is planning to open a Department of Translation Studies This would not only promote translation across different languages but also encourage students from the other departments to opt for translation activities with the help of the open credit system The interdisciplinary Department for Translation Studies would be set up as a department in the university which would not only undertake literary translations but also help social sciences and sciences departments The Department for Translation Studiesa brainchild of Professor Shakeel KhanDean LanguagesPanjab Universitysaid that the proposal had already received a nod from the chairpersons of various departments “In the recent meeting held this weekthe proposal was discussed with all chairpersons and subsequently given a go-ahead The fact which had been made clear is that this department would not have any commercial affiliations; no translations to be undertaken for ‘business’ purposes” But at the same timehe did not rule out the opportunities to be given to the research scholars of any department to be awarded some token remuneration for translation undertaken by them For instanceif a research scholar of Urdu or Persian translates an entire book or a part thereof for the History Departmenthe would be awarded some remuneration “The aim would also be to increase the reach of literature among students The students are losing interest in literature except English or Hindi The attempt would be to make students aware that literature is not only confined to these two languages” said Prof Shakeel Alsothe content from science and social science subjects would also be translated in foreign languages and vice-versa It is expected that if all goes wellthe Department for Translation Studies would start from the next academic session Though the university has made recent modifications in the curriculum of Departments of various languages making it job oriented due to a steep decline in students’ intereststhis department on translations would entirely focus on translations The changes in the languages curriculum included a section for specialisation in mass media and translation added to the curriculum The students would be required to translate and write these into Hindi and Urdu and vice-versa For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: July 6 2017 11:59 pm FILE – In this Jan 23 2017 file photo Walter Shaub Jr.

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