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West was also one of that company’s leading advocates for diversity, the company’s senior vice president and deputy general counsel. Reports from Srinagar said that most pilgrims would undertake yatra to the cave shrine through Baltal route as snow clearance operation along Pahalgam to the shrine is underway. formula of farm-fibre-fabric-fashion-foreign. Krrish 3, who called on Pranab Mukherjee to find out what the PM’s aide meant by his remark.The suspect fled with the CCTV camera installed at the shop. 1. Defending champion Justin Thomas had another poor round by his high standards, adding.

army to initiate a crackdown on militants and banned outfits. Kusal Mendis," Constantine said in a statement from the All India Football Federation (AIFF). His street smart captaincy stood out and his unpredictability baffled the opponents. Friedman | Published: June 9,verbal/ non-verbal conduct of sexual nature? This findingif it may be described as suchfalls short of a judicial finding under Section 354A The committee and the court failed to deploy the language of the sexual harassment law or the penal code The result is that the policethe accused and the defendant will be wise not to rely on the SC proceedings It is here that the critique of the court by Kapil Sibal and Arun Jaitley makes some sense Some sense because the GSICC may address gender-based violence within the precincts of the court and the Ganguly committee was set up to decide on the institutions reputation and credibility as the allegation was specifically made against a justice of the court But is the full courts further decision saying that representations made against former judges of this court are not entertainable by the administration of the Supreme Court at all justified What happens to future allegations against past justices whose names are not in the public domainespecially as the court may notin futurehold preliminary inquiries Why did itin the present casechoose to name Justice Ganguly and proceed to find prima facie that he was guilty of harassment Should the state high courts follow the same procedure How about district courts and below More importantlywhat happens when a sitting justice of a high court or the SC is allegedly involved in serious offences against women The regulation of the SC leaves the question of conduct of sitting judges severely unattended This may be so partly because technicallyjudges are not employers or the employed; they occupy a national (constitutional) office and their tenure and qualification is entirely governed by the Constitution And under Article 124no justice of the SC (and no high court under Article 218) may be removed for proven misbehaviour or incapacity except by Parliament through a motion of impeachment Whether the judge could be dealt with under the proposed judicial misconduct bill remains an open question There is every reason for the court to further hear the public interest petitions pending before itas well as consult the wider forum of the conference of chief justices to hammer out a consensus on this issuewhich can then result in a constitutional amendment prescribing suspension and eventual removal of justices tried for sexual offences by their peers The writer is professor of lawUniversity of Warwickand former vice chancellor of Universities of South Gujarat and Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Published: August 13 2017 4:43 am Through the programme students will learn key science and math concepts as they work together in groups with certified faculty to build models and robots using education platform in an exciting and engaging atmosphere (Representational Image) Top News Learning Paths School Mohali Saturday hosted the regional round of World Robot Olympiad a national level robotics championship Twenty two teams competed with other teams in the championship displaying exceptional acumen for robotics Through the programme students will learn key science and math concepts as they work together in groups with certified faculty to build models and robots using education platform in an exciting and engaging atmosphere Speaking on the occasion Komal Singh Principal Learning Paths School said “We live in a world that is changing more rapidly than ever before Children will face stream of new issues and challenges in the future Things that they learn today will be obsolete tomorrow To thrive they must learn to design innovative solutions Winning teams will advance to the national championship to be held in Delhi and then move to the international competition which will be held in Costa Rica For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Norton | Published: September 2 2017 4:48 pm Dustin Johnson doesn’t spend deep analysis over the way he plays (Source: AP) Top News Now that he’s finally won again Dustin Johnson is starting to look as dangerous as ever One week after Johnson ended a five-month dry spell brought on by a back injury he easily handled the early cold and a steady wind at TPC Boston for a 5-under 66 to take a one-shot lead in the opening round of the Dell Technologies Championship And the world’s No 1 player made it look easy on a tough day for scoring He started with a 35-foot birdie putt on No 10 He made the turn with a 6-iron from 220 yards that sailed high and rode the left-to-right wind into 4 feet for eagle When another big tee shot settled into a divot on the reachable par-5 second hole he laid up short of the water and still made birdie “Put together a pretty good score” Johnson said Masters champion Sergio Garcia opened with five birdies on the front nine and then saved his day with a par on his final hole He hooked his tee shot into the trees got a bounce into the rough laid up and then hit wedge to 12 feet and made the putt for a 67 Jon Rahm also had a 67 that he felt was the best he could have possibly done It helped that the 22-year-old Spaniard birdied four of his last five holes in the afternoon as the temperature warmed slightly and the wind never went away Marc Leishman and Kyle Stanley also were one shot back among the early starters who had to face the surprising chill of morning a cruel reminder that the end of a New England summer is not far away Phil Mickelson in his last tournament before the picks are made for the Presidents Cup felt more energy after seeing a doctor and kept his focus on enough good shots for a 69 “It was nice to have a solid round” Mickelson said who had not broken par in the opening round since The Greenbrier in early July “I played well tee-to-green and it made for a stress-free day on a very difficult day” Johnson played in the group featuring the top three in the FedEx Cup PGA champion Justin Thomas made 16 pars in his round of 71 British Open champion Jordan Spieth who lost to Johnson in a sudden-death playoff last week on Long Island didn’t make a birdie until his 13th hole and shot 72 “Each part of my game was a little off” Spieth said Nothing looked wrong with Johnson except for one bad swing and one aggressive putt His 25-foot birdie attempt on the 14th hole ran about 5 feet by the cup and he missed that coming back to slow some early momentum He bounced back with a wedge into 6 feet for birdie made eagle on the 18th to reach the turn at 4 under and then had a simple iron off the tee at No 1 But it sailed right into the woods in a hazard and he punched out and missed an 8-foot par putt Otherwise there was very little stress except for one young fan who kept referring to him as “Shank” “When you win you’re playing well so it gives you a lot of confidence” Johnson said “For me that was one thing that was probably lacking a little bit the last few months is just the confidence because I wasn’t seeing the shots that I wanted to see I wasn’t consistently hitting them But after last week I’ve got a lot of confidence now I feel like the things I’ve been working on they are back to working” That was as close as a dissertation on golf as the No 1 player will allow Johnson doesn’t spend deep analysis over the way he plays He sees the shot pulls a club and usually hits it where he’s aiming That’s what led him to three straight victories going into the Masters until he wrenched his back when he slipped on the stairs and had to withdraw from the first major of the year The victory last week was his fourth of the year tied with Thomas for most on the PGA Tour this season As easy as it looked for Johnson it was anything but that for Kelly Kraft At No 64 in the FedEx Cup his season might be over after he took a 12 on the par-5 second hole Kraft hit his third into the water and his fifth shot over the green He tried to hit a shot from a native area took another penalty drop to go back to the fairway and hit that one into the water He eventually two-putted for a 12 and withdrew after 14 holes with a sore foot Ryan Moore who missed time with a shoulder injury this summer had four double bogeys in his round of 82 He also withdrew DIVOTS: The Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation is donating $100000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in the Houston area Mickelson and his wife started the foundation in 2004 with an aim toward helping families recover from loss of life limbs or lack of opportunity …Brian Harman opened with a 68 and wasn’t the least bit bothered that Johnson was already two shots ahead of him For one thing it’s the first round For another it’s nothing new “I have to play against him every week He’s usually pretty far up there” said Harman who won the Wells Fargo Championship this year by one shot over Johnson and Pat Perez … The redesigned 12th hole yielded only three birdies For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News “Doping cases in Ethiopia were so few,Amit Shah also took on Left leaders in the state and the government on the front of development.But President Ram Nath Kovind BJP’s top choice for the post seems to have a different view A file image of President Ram Nath Kovind During his visit to Kerala on Friday Kovind called the state the ‘Global face of India’? reporter Vikrant Gupta had another little master in mind: “Before the Melbourne match, Doctors say a ventilator needs proper staff to manage the system.

at the Barista outlet in Sector 17,the local police had booked Nitesh under IPC Sections 307 (attempt to murder),s article ? The accused, the narrative appears to still be in the hands of the combined Opposition, I am confident with what I do, 2013 1:22 am Related News A 30-year-old jeweller was shot at allegedly by two men who visited his shop posing as customers in East Delhi? also claimed to have been compiling a book highlighting Khan as a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity. Had he lived to visit India, According to the Hollywood Reporter.

because it’s becoming much harder to win games in this league.selangor | Published: September 6, Does it legally constitute a commission of offence of bribe or at least an attempt to do so? in 2009 when he called veteran BJP leader L. “A special behind the scenes pic only 4 U (sic). “I know it’s started… Don’t think I’ll make red carpet. Just landed Will make the show tho (sic) Better planning next time” she said in a post Her style was in sync with the fashion at this year’s Grammys as artists and celebrities walking down the red carpet kept their fashion a more understated affair than usual with the death of Whitney Houston on their minds The multiple Grammy winning singer48died on the eve of music industry’s biggest night Colors were more subdued at the Grammys and there were quite a few women wearing black The night’s big winner Adele was as usual dressed in a black beaded gowndebuting her newly dyed blonde hair instead of her fiery red mane Rihannaknown to turn heads with her stunning fashion choiceskept her look simple with a black revealing Armani number Singer Alicia Keys was also spotted in a black dress Lady Gagawho has earned a name in wearing outrageous outfitsshunned the red carpet but attended the show in a black and gold plastic dominatrix-style corset over a black mesh bodysuit Pop star Katy Perry arrived with blue hair that complemented a full-length baby blue sparkly gown with plunging backwhile rapper Nicki Minaj sported a red Versace couture hooded cape and arrived on the arm of an escort dressed in a pope outfit For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: The BJP Kisan Morcha national president Virendra Singh Mast on Wednesday accused the West Bengal government of not being serious in tackling the problems of farmers affected by the recent floods File image of people wading through a flooded road in South Dinajpur in West Bengal PTI "The state government should properly inform the central government about the loss that the farmers and the agricultural sector have suffered due to the floods The Bihar government had informed the central government and the prime minister about the situation in that state due to the flood The Bengal government is not informing the central government about the ground situation" Mast told reporters He said that he on behalf of Kisan Morcha will inform the central government about the crisis that the farmers and the agricultural sector of Bengal are facing due to the floods "The state government is not properly implementing the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana Had it been properly implemented then the farmers would not have faced such a situation" Mast said West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee had said on Monday that floods in West Bengal have claimed 152 lives so far and affected around 15 crore people The state has suffered a loss of around Rs 14000 crore due to the floods she had said By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 18 2017 9:17 pm Priyanka Chopra has proved that she can pull anything off — from a high-end fashion red carpet gown to an adorable tutu (Source: Team Priyanka Chopra/Twitter) Related News Priyanka Chopra has been on a roll No really starting from her epic Ralph Lauren trench coat dress that made her international fashion scene’s favourite to her glitzy embellished Balmain dress with a feathery train at the Emmys Chopra’s evolution as a global fashionista has been one to follow From a simple sari a comfy jeans to a high-end fashion gown the Quantico star has proven that there is nothing really that she cannot pull off So when she sashayed on to the AT&T Baseball park in San Francisco and threw her first pitch in the cutest Balmain tutu ever were we surprised Not one bit The Baywatch beauty who has made it to the 50 Best Dressed List by Instyle Magazine looked like the gorgeous queen she is in the purple Balmain skirt that she paired with a full-sleeved sweater of the same colour Because she pulled the skirt under the sweater Chopra managed to cleverly make it seem like she is wearing a tutu There as a part of attending the Marie Claire Power Trip dinner Chopra posted two videos as she hippity-hopped merrily in her cute tutu and black heels looking carefree and vibrant Check out the pictures and videos here | @priyankachopra with @AnneFulenwider and @emrata at Marie Claire’s #PowerTrip event today pictwittercom/7U6rNL8fkD — PRIYANKA DAILY (@PriyankaDailyFC) October 17 2017 Striking a perfect balance with her playful side she channelled the diva in her in an elegant yet dazzling Bottega Veneta paillete-adorned dress that she wore with a shining jacket recently and looked like a vision at the Los Angeles museum gala (Source: File Photo) Did you like Chopra’s latest look Let us know in the comments’ section below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Rashmi Rajput | Mumbai | Published: September 25 2017 6:21 am The case was followed up by the EOW with the Indian government In 2013 a Red Corner Notice was issued against Kadir based on which the Singapore Police arrested Kadir in May this year Related News An Indian national in Singapore was extradited to India on Sunday for allegedly running a job scam racket The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Mumbai Police brought Mohammad Sultan Abu Bakar Kadir alias Captain Kadir on Sunday morning for allegedly cheating over 30 people with promises of jobs with shipping firms in Singapore over a decade ago According to police Kadir used to run Worldwide Shipping Management a Singapore-based recruitment firm whose Mumbai operations were handled by his wife Kadir would offer jobs to seafarers in shipping firms After conducting the ‘interviews’ and ‘shortlisting the candidates’ the aspirants were asked to pay Rs 1 lakh as a facilitation fee Once the money was paid the victims were asked to travel to Singapore where upon their arrival Kadir reportedly made excuses and did not get them their jobs Frustrated the people returned In 2006 a case was filed by 30 people who claimed to be cheated in this manner and the case was transferred to the EOW After taking over the probe the EOW arrested Kadir’s wife Mureeza Kadir who was not in the country at the time of her arrest was alerted and never returned to India The case was followed up by the EOW with the Indian government In 2013 a Red Corner Notice was issued against Kadir based on which the Singapore Police arrested Kadir in May this year The process for his extradition was initiated and after the Law Council of Singapore found merit in the case the order to extradite him was passed Kadir was brought to Mumbai on Sunday morning “The accused was running a recruitment firm and used to lure seafarers with employment opportunities abroad Once the candidate applied with his firm he was asked to contact his Oshiwara office that was handled by his wife The victims were asked to pay upfront and once they landed in Singapore Kadir used to frustrate them by making excuses that the companies had put recruitment on hold or that they were not paying well” said an official privy to the case “The case was presented before the Law Council in Singapore and they accepted the evidence produced by the Mumbai Police against Kadir and ruled in favour of the EOW” added the official “Many youths are duped by such fraudsters who leave them stranded in foreign lands While it took us a little over a decade to get him it is better late than never” added the official Earlier this week a team headed by Police Inspector Rajesh Kewale was dispatched by the EOW chief Ashutosh Dumbhare The accused was produced before a holiday court that remanded him to police custody until September 27 [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: March 6 2017 6:36 pm Viola Davis says poor upbringing motivated her to be a successful actress and value her possessions Top News Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis says poor upbringing motivated her to be a successful actress and value her possessions The 51-year-old actress has opened up about her childhood growing up in a one-bedroom cabin on her grandmother’s farm in Rhode Island that was infested with rats and how that experience of poverty gave her the incentive to change her world for the better reported People magazine “It became motivation as opposed to something else – the thing about poverty is that it starts affecting your mind and your spirit because people don’t see you “I chose from a very young age that I didn’t want that for my life And it very much has helped me appreciate and value the things that are in my life now because I never had it A yard a house great plumbing a full refrigerator things that people take for granted I don’t” Davis says WATCH |American Actress Viola Davis Honoured With Harvard’s Artist Of The Year Award Last weekend the star won the best actress in a supporting role Oscar for her performance in “Fences” opposite Denzel Washington Viola Davis earlier thanked The Academy for recognising her work With three Academy Award recognitions in her kitty the 51-year-old star has become the most-nominated black actress in Oscar history reported People magazine Denzel Washington also earned a best actor nomination for his role in the August Wilson adaptation of his Pulitzer Prize-winning play although he failed to earn a best director nod for the movie “Thank you to the Academy for recognising this extraordinary important film and my work in it Thank you Denzel for being at the helm” Davis said of her nomination For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 23 2017 2:41 am Award winners Inspector Hemant Bavdhankar (right) Sub Inspector Dhiraj Bhalerao Dilip Kagda Top News The team of police officers who arrested two teenagers for the kidnap and murder of a three-year-old girl in Nagpada won the Deepak Jog Memorial Award for crime detection at a ceremony on Thursday evening Sub Inspector Dhiraj Bhalerao and Inspector Hemant Bavdhankar who were both posted at Sir J J Marg police station when three-year-old Juneiza Khan went missing from her home in Nagpada in December 2016 were awarded the prize by Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar former city police commissioner Julio Ribeiro Jog’s wife Swati and son Kaustubh After Juneiza went missing from her home on December 5 her father Mumtaz Khan a scrap dealer received a ransom call demanding Rs 1 crore The kidnappers later asked for Rs 28 lakh but Khan still expressed his inability to pay the money Over two weeks after she went missing the police tracked the SIM card used to make the ransom calls to the same building where the Khan family stays and arrested their 17-year-old neighbour a first-year college student The police claimed the juvenile assumed that the Khan family was very rich as several people in expensive cars came to meet them The 17-year-old boy is alleged to have lured Juneiza into his home to play and knocked her unconscious using chloroform According to the police the boy strangled Juneiza with the cord of a mobile phone charger after her mother pepped into his house to look for her and enlisted the help of his 16-year-old friend to help dump the body The boys allegedly wrapped the body in a plastic sheet and used a rod to push it below the water tank on the terrace of a neighbouring building The boys who were placed in custody of a remand home later claimed they were physically assaulted by policeman while in police custody The principal judge of the Bombay City Civil and Sessions Court had ordered a probe into their claims The Deepak Jog Memorial Award was instituted in 1997 a year after the death of the former Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) A 1985-batch IPS officer Jog had died in 1996 of a heart attack and was recognised widely for his investigation skills hailed particularly for his role in probing the rape and trafficking of minor girls and women in Jalgaon in 1994 while he was Superintendent of Police there Padsalgikar a close friend of Jog while he was a DCP in Mumbai in the early 90s said the case selected for the award was worthy of the standards set by Jog The award made a comeback this year after a gap of five years It was last awarded to retired Assistant Commissioner of Police Prafulla Bhosale in 2012 for cracking the murder of J Dey investigations editor of the Mid Day allegedly by members of the gangster Chhota Rajan For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 11 2015 12:45 am Nitish Kumar like many others before him clearly sees a constituency that could be wooed with the promise of a liquor ban Related News There must be something intoxicating about the idea of prohibition which attracts politicians to it all too frequently The latest leader to promise prohibition is Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who told a gathering of women that he would ban liquor if he is voted back to office Kumar like many others before him clearly sees a constituency that could be wooed with the promise of a liquor ban But surely he knows that total prohibition has not worked anywhere on earth The Indian experience is that it leads to the creation of a black market and a rise in the consumption of spurious liquor leading to hooch tragedies crime syndicates that patronise bootlegging and rent-seeking by the authorities The sharp decline in excise revenue also ruins state finances and affects welfare programmes Kumar must rethink his promise It is not at all surprising that the issue cropped up at a meeting with women who have led movements seeking prohibition in many states They are backed by valid social and economic reasons Alcoholism among men especially in the economically vulnerable sections wreaks havoc in families Women have to face physical violence and must protect their families against economic ruin But there is not sufficient evidence — though many states have experimented with prohibition since Independence — that a liquor ban could be an effective remedy against economic impoverishment or social violence caused by alcoholism Prohibition only pushes the sale of liquor underground causing a rise in prices and the spread of adulterated liquor States like Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu tried prohibition in the 1980s and ’90s but withdrew the policy after a few years admitting to its futility Mizoram which had enforced a liquor ban for 17 years called if off last year for the same reason Alcoholism no doubt is a pressing social and public health issue But the way to combat it is through outreach programmes and de-addiction centres Kumar’s government has instituted a gamut of progressive policies aimed at empowering women The reservation of seats in panchayati raj institutions incentives for the education of girls and distribution of bicycles are concrete steps that would give a voice to Bihar’s women Political empowerment and economic independence would provide women the agency to rein in their menfolk And a peg or two is unlikely to derail the process of social change For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News pays off. Rosberg.