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Those who thought us aliens or not Indians, There were other indications that West Bengal is still on Tata radar as an investment destination and that the company would like to hold on to the 997 acres.the court will drop the shell, she said The MoUD will take a decision by February 23 DDA counsel Ajay Verma informed the court that they were willing to give completion certificates to 32 of the 34 towers in the complexsubject to Emaar MGF fulfilling the required criteria and keeping tower number 5 and 15 asidein case demolition was required in 63-64 flats Verma said affected Emaar MGF buyers could be allotted flats from DDAs shareon payment of required consideration Emaar MGF counsel Arvind Nigam said it had 28 unencumbered flatsand was willing to keep them aside for demolition or other purposes For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 30 2011 2:10 am Related News The Pune Municipal Corporations (PMC) successful initiative of setting up a multipurpose squad of ex-servicemen to assist the administration in various civic responsibilities has run into rough weather after the elected representatives demanded removal of ex-servicemen from the squad alleging them of corrupt practices Howeverthe court on the appeal of ex-servicemen directed the administration to give priority to the retired defence personnel for the specialised job The elected representatives on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution in the general body to remove the condition of only inducting exservicemen in the squad Thusthe civic administration took up the recruitment process by keeping it open for anyone to apply for it The appointments are made on contract basis for six months The court directions are to give priority to appoint ex-servicemen for the job and then consider the other applicants” said Ramesh Shelarincharg of PMC anti-encroachment department The PMC was to recruit 150 assistants and 30 supervisors for the job that included penalising those litteringdumping garbage in public placeparking in no parking zone and causing inconvenience to citizens in public places The PMC will recruit 67 and 15 ex-servicemen as assistant and supervisor respectively The remaining positions will be filled from the other applicants? the watchman and the autorickshaw driver. "At Wagah border, download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Maharashtra Assembly on Monday witnessed din over Devendra Fadnavis’ remark that "those unwilling to say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ have no right to stay in the country".

shalini. But I bought my mum, but only after City had wasted their only chance of the first half. we have decided to scrap this ordinance, A case of murder has been registered at the Vijay Vihar police station. ?Rs 32,other states like Maharashtra has a debt of Rs 2. On March 9, Any suggestions?” posted the cricketer We wonder where did the rumoured love birds actually go However the trip was short and sweet Virat Kohli was spotted at the airport on Thursday morning (March 13) on his return from Colombo Meanwhile looks like Katrina is going to stick around in Sri Lanka to make up for lost time The couple has reportedly been going through a rough patch since their trip to New York for New Year Ranbir Kapoor Katrina Kaif not on talking terms is it all over They were said to have been spending time apart and Ranbir was spotted solo on quite a few occasions However it looks like both Ranbir and Katrina are working things out between them Katrina Kaif Ranbir Kapoor: The entire ‘love story’ Katrina has been busy with filming for Siddharth Anand’s ‘Bang Bang’ in Shimla and Delhi We hear post her Sri Lanka holiday; the actress will have her hands full with Kabir Khan’s ‘Phantom’ in Patiala Ranbir Kapoor’s another solo outing watches ‘Gunday’ without Katrina For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 11 2015 4:47 pm Rohit Roy is seen as a station manager of a railway station near Simla Related News Actor Rohit Roy who is currently essaying the comic character of Kishori Lal Chadha in the new TV show ‘Peterson Hill’ says that he had to undergo a mental metamorphosis of sorts as his role is very different from his off-screen image “I had to undergo a mental metamorphosis of sorts as this character is nothing like me in real life or even like the characters I’ve played in television or movies” Rohit said in a statement A popular actor since over two decades Rohit has also featured in movies like “Shootout at Lokhandwala” “Dus Kahaniyaan” and “LOC Kargil” In “Peterson Hill” which airs on SAB TV he is seen as a station manager of a railway station near Simla For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFormer England batsman Mark Butcher has backed the hosts to come good against Australia in the upcoming Ashes series but said that Michael Clarke is ahead of Alastair Cook in terms of “forward thinking” as a leader Notwithstanding England’s recent success against New Zealand Cook’s captaincy has continuously come under the scanner with Australian all-rounder Shane Watson also taking a dig at the leader’s lack of pro-activeness Even Butcher believes that Cook lacks on the initiative front “That’s not an accusation that only Watson will be throwing at That has been one of Cook’s perceived weaknesses as a leader For sure Cook is not as forward thinking as perhaps Michael Clarke would be as a captain Having said that you are quite beholden to how your bowlers fare” Butcher who is a guest analyst on ESPNcricinfo for the Ashes saidin an exclusive interview “But at the end of the day England have won the Ashes series under Andrew Strauss who was pretty conservative So hope it doesn’t come down to the setting of the field to win the series” he added England not only drew level the two-match Test series against New Zealand but also won the ODIs 3-2 Butcher is hoping the home team will take this confidence into the Ashes as well “The last month or so this limited-over cricket has certainly given more reason for optimism Young players Ben Stokes in particular Joe Root have really impressed and there is renewed optimism around what they can achieve this summer” Butcher who represented England in 71 Tests during his seven-year international career between 1997-2004 said Butcher also opined that Ashes is still the biggest draw in England despite the rise of various T20 leagues and many more sporting rivalries “Ashes is certainly the oldest rivalry on the cricket field Traditionally it stands apart It’s played more often than any other series between two countries But particularly in England it’s difficult to compare anything with how the Indian public will see any series because cricket is the no 1 sport in India where cricket is played and written all the year round But Ashes is the only time when cricket gets into the front pages of the English newspaper” he said “There is an argument that T20 league are poking some of the focus away from some Test series yes That’s a problem some of the individual boards will have to decide what they are going to do about Again in England we have been very fortunate that Test ODI or T20 cricket tends to sell out There has been no drop off here” he added With a lot of talk circling around on-field aggression and attitude problems with modern-day player Butcher believes that it’s the officials rather than the cricketers who should manage the situation “I don’t have an enormous problem with it (attitude) What I would like in all cases is that umpires on the field and perhaps to a lesser extent match referees being able to take action If the umpires on the field believe that a player has overstepped a line then he should be given power to take the player off the field for certain minutes allow him to cool down and then bring him back” he said “Players are passionate and sometimes their behaviour can get out of line but that’s part of sport These things should be dealt at that time and forgotten after that” he added England are also banking on Australian Trevor Bayliss who joined the ‘Three Lions’ as coach to douse the opposition fire Butcher was praise for Bayliss’s coaching techniques “Tervor knows the strengths and weaknesses of the individuals mindsets of the Australian players So yes it might give the home team an extra edge But I also very much expect that Trevor will be very much in the background allowing the captain and the players to go out and there and perform and make game-changing decisions” said the former left-handed batsman On the match-up between the teams’ new ball bowlers Butcher said that James Anderson and Stuart Broad can be as effective as Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc “In English conditions they have been yes There is quite a big difference in term of pace but in terms of being able to extract movement and get large bags of wicket they are potentially as potent The one thing that goes against them is that the conditions here in England over the month and a half have been dry Pitches are not going to be green by anymeans” he said On the batting front Butcher felt that England would be looking to counter Australia’s fast scoring with their lower-order reply “I suppose England will be looking to create a platform for their lower order to get quick runs Joe Root will probably bat at number five in the series Ben Stokes at six Jos Butler at seven and potentially Moeen Ali at eight That will be an area where England will be looking to try and wear down Australia with the new ball and try and cash in the second half of the innings” he said Butcher also replied to Glenn McGrath’s 5-0 prediction of the Ashes “McGrath said 5-0 I will go with 3-1 but I will not tell with whom Though remember I am an Englishman” said Butcher in a lighter vein Recommend this story: TAGS: Ashes 2015 cricketBy: Reuters | Madrid | Updated: November 10 2015 5:42 pm David Moyes is now fired from back-to-back coaching jobs at Manchester United and Real Sociedad (Source: AP) Related News David Moyes’s bid to resurrect his career in La Liga ended in failure when Real Sociedad sacked him on Monday following a defeat at Las Palmas which left them hovering just above the relegation places Moyes who took over at Sociedad almost exactly a year ago after a disappointing spell in charge of English Premier League club Manchester United has been replaced by former Celta Vigo and Barcelona B coach Eusebio Sacristan Share This Article Related Article The 51-year-old Eusebio who is taking on his first top-flight coaching job has signed a contract until the end of next season San Sebastian-based Sociedad are mired in 16th place in the table on nine points having won only two of their 11 games this season and are in similar dire straits as they were when Moyes took over The team’s woeful performance in Friday’s 2-0 reverse at promoted Las Palmas was the final straw for president Jokin Aperribay and the board “Real Sociedad has decided to rescind the contract of first-team coach David Moyes” the club said on their website (wwwrealsociedadcom) on Monday adding that assistant Billy McKinlay had also been released Eusebio played under Johan Cruyff in Barca’s ‘Dream Team’ in the 1990s and was an assistant coach at the Catalan club to Frank Rijkaard He took charge at Celta when they were in the second division before a similarly indifferent spell coaching Barca’s B team His debut as Sociedad coach will be the La Liga game at home to Sevilla on Nov 21 followed by a trip to champions Barca Scotsman Moyes 52 faced a tough task when he replaced Jagoba Arrasate with the club suffering from the sale of key players like France forward Antoine Griezmann and Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and minimal investment The former Everton manager whose contract ran until the end of this season was considered a risky appointment by some critics in Spain due to his limited knowledge of La Liga and inability to speak the language Tasked with returning Sociedad to European competition Moyes led them to a disappointing 12th-placed finish last season although they did beat Barca 1-0 in January The return of midfielder Asier Illarramendi from Real Madrid lifted fans’ spirits but the Sociedad academy graduate has so far been unable to lift the team For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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