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the BJP should give an affidavit on a real stamp paper that it will not join hands again with Shiv Sena for power in the Mumbai civic body after the election results,on Saturday. the BCCI reiterated their stand that the members stood united and the call to not accept the recommendations in totality was unanimous.Meanwhile Vidarbha Tripura and Rajasthan are going ahead and accepting all the Lodha reforms unilaterally and Hyderabad Cricket Association has pledgedcompliance in an undertaking to a lower court Watch |Want To Become A Member Of A Cricket Association Become A Geek First The Supreme Courthas already frozen BCCI’sfund transfer to its state units Several state bodies have written to the boardabout how lack of funds will affect their domestic cricket but many heavyweight associations are waiting for the order before making the next move During the October 6 hearing Gopal Subramanium a senior lawyer and amicus curiae said that the new administrators should be of “impeccable stature and integrity” without any criterion attached So if the court rules in favour of appointing an independent panel of administrators the members could be from inside or outside the cricket set-up For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: March 22 2016 8:42 am Top News A woman staff member of the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) has complained of sexual harassment allegedly by a senior doctor of the instituteActing on the complaint the PGI has forwarded it to the institute’s sexual harassment committee which has started investigating into the complaint Sources told The Chandigarh Newsline on Monday that a woman employee of the health institute filed a complaint recently alleging sexual harassment by a doctor working in the same department as hers at PGI “The committee is investigating it (the complaint) and the members have already conducted meetings on the issue” a senior PGI official privy to the developments in the case said “The victim has initially shared the harassment with other colleagues She then submitted a written complaint to the head of department Soon after the complaint was received by the head of department he forwarded it to the sexual harassment committee” The official added that the investigation would “reveal further information about the entire case” “A proper investigation is being conducted and action would be taken if (the accused is) found guilty” the official added The official said the accused doctor has already an inquiry going on against him in another case of financial irregularity at PGI “We will ask the victim to appear before the committee We would also ask some of her colleagues who are aware about the harassment to appear before the committee too” Public relations officer PGI Manju Wadwalkar however said she is unaware about the case “I don’t have any information about it” she said When asked about the nature of complaint by the victim the official said that the victim has alleged that the doctor “touched her” in the department This is not the first time the PGI has received a sexual harassment complaint In 2012 the PGI had sacked an assistant professor after an inquiry committee found out the allegations of sexually harassing a woman colleague were true For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: January 29 2017 5:50 am The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) on Friday directed the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to ensure that future selections of police personnel are not marred by allegations of misconduct Top News Disposing of an application challenging the appointment of constables (wireless operators) in UT Police the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) Friday directed the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to ensure that future selections of police personnel are not marred by allegations of misconduct The tribunal also told the department to ensure that there is no misapplication of the guidelines Watch what else is making news: The applicants Jagdeep Singh Sukhpreet Singh Vivek Kumar and Kanwardeep Singh had filed the application seeking directions to be issued to the respondents to scrap the entire selection process of appointment of constables in view of the serious deviations from laid down procedure for requirement which has come out in the inquiry report Pronouncing the orders the tribunal held “A board of four Officers of the police department headed by the SSP-cum-chairman reviewed the whole selection and the persons belonging to the Jat community who had wrongly been included in the OBC category This resulted in some of the candidates of the General and OBC categories being deleted from the lists of persons who had qualified for the interview It is clear that the report of the Special Secretary (Home) and the recommendations of the Home Department regarding the selection of the Constables (Wireless) about the preparation of the select list have been acted upon and hence there is no substantial ground to interfere with the selection which in any case should not be done lightly” The respondents had advertised 35 posts of Constable (Wireless Operator) in July 2014 The applicants — Jagdeep Sukhpreet and Vivek — had applied in general category post and Kanwardeep applied against the OBC category post The applicants appeared and qualified the physical efficiency and physical measurement tests conducted by the respondents in December 2014 They appeared in the written test held in March 2015 The applicants stated that many candidates who appeared for the test were directly called for interview on March 17 and 18 2015 without following the selection criteria Jagdeep and Sukhdeep submitted an online representation to the Inspector General of Police UT Chandigarh highlighting their grievances in the matter An application was filed in the tribunal wherein the selection was challenged The tribunal had disposed of the said application on April 30 2015 and directed the police department to hold an independent inquiry in the matter In the report it was admitted that the non-OBC category candidates belonging to Jat category were made eligible under OBC category illegally The counsel for the respondents stated that on the basis of the inquiry conducted by Additional Secretary (Home) and accepted by the Home Secretary Chandigarh Administration and the directions issued to the IG (Chandigarh) accordingly the select list of Constables (Wireless) had been rectified The respondents further added that persons from the Jat community had not been included as OBC candidates For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 19 2017 8:54 am OCA President Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah said the Asian Games was already too big (Source: AP) Top News The influential head of the Olympic Council of Asia has dashed hopes that athletes from Oceania nations including Australia and New Zealand might be able to compete in the Asian Games from 2022 Athletes from the two countries took part in the Asian Winter Games as “guests” in Sapporo earlier this year and the Australian Olympic Committee said talks were being held about extending the invitation to the summer versions Nineteen Oceania nations are represented for the first time at the ongoing Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Turkmenistan but OCA President Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah said the Asian Games was already too big “I hope at the next Indoor Games we will have the same experience and Oceania will continue with us in the Indoor Games” he told a news conference adding that the Asian Beach Games might also be an option for Oceania athletes “With the Asian Games we are already at 15000 athletes and officials and we cannot add to that number In the Beach Games and Indoor Games we can continue to have our coordination and cooperation but for the Asian Games the number is very high and we cannot have an Olympic Village with more than 15000 people” Next year’s version of the quadrennial Asian Games which is second in size only to the Summer Olympics takes place in Indonesia with the 2022 edition scheduled for Hangzhou China Australia has long entertained the idea of forging closer ties with Asia in the hope of exposing their athletes to stiffer competition In 2006 Australia’s national soccer body ditched Oceania to join the Asian Football Confederation but previous attempts to compete at the Asian Games have failed They had the backing of China who want tougher competition especially for their swimmers but not Sheikh Ahmad who is also the president of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) representing more than 200 countries worldwide AOC President John Coates another influential member of the International Olympic Committee said in Sapporo in February that participating in the Asian Games would be “very good” for Australia “Discussions are underway and I believe there would be great interest in the Asian Games amongst our member sports” he said “Particularly in sports where the Asian countries are strong such as gymnastics badminton and table tennis” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: January 9 2017 8:45 am Actor Dev Patel Top News British-Indian star Dev Patel lost a chance to win his first Golden Globe for “Lion” in the best supporting actor category Aaron Taylor-Johnson of “Nocturnal Animals” registered a surprise win in the category which also had nominees like Mahershala Ali for “Moonlight” Jeff Bridges for “Hell or High Water” and Simon Helberg for “Florence Foster Jenkins” Patel earlier took to the Golden Globes stage to introduce the Garth Davis-directed movie with film’s another Indian-origin star Sunny Pawar The “Slumdog Millionaire” star has been riding high with critics loving his performance as Saroo Brierley a man in search of his Indian roots His co-star Nicole Kidman who plays his adoptive Australian mother in the movie too could not score a win in the best-supporting actress category with the trophy going to Viola Davis for “Fences” In an interview to PTI ahead of the awards Patel had said that more than winning he was looking forward to celebrate the film at the Globes and was happy to be mentioned alongside great actors For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Monaco | Published: July 20 2017 11:21 pm The 18-year-old France international scored 26 goals last season as Monaco won the French title and reached the semifinals of the Champions League (Source: AP) Top News Monaco has ordered leading European clubs to stop making unauthorized approaches to prolific teen forward Kylian Mbappe The 18-year-old France international scored 26 goals last season as Monaco won the French title and reached the semifinals of the Champions League In a statement on Thursday Monaco said “important European clubs” had made contact with Mbappe and his entourage without naming the clubs involved Mbappe is rated at more than 120 million euros ($140 million) and is one of the most sought after players in Europe Monaco issued an online reminder to those clubs that approaches without its authorization breach football regulations Monaco says “to put an end to this unacceptable situation” it is considering asking the French league and FIFA to pursue “disciplinary procedures against offending clubs” In the offseason Monaco has already sold playmaker Bernardo Silva to Manchester City midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea and forward Valere Germain to Marseille Monaco which begins its title defense with a home match against Toulouse on Aug 4 is also fending off interest from attacking midfielder Thomas Lemar and left back Benjamin Mendy For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newsa reduction to 3 per cent by 2016-17 while lifting overall growth back up to ? 2017 4:25 am (Representational Image) Top News Allahabad police have decided to invoke the stringent National Security Act (NSA) against an accused facing charges of rape and attempt to murder.