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Surely they are capable of reading a map If they arentthey could view TV footage Is an aerial view essential to ensure efficient relief Jaisri New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 14 2015 9:35 am Nawazuddin Siddiqui said he had to take various steps for one and a half months to detach from the character he plays in director Ketan Mehta’s “Manjhi – The Mountain Man” Related News Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui said he had to take various steps for one and a half months to detach from the character he plays in director Ketan Mehta’s “Manjhi – The Mountain Man” “I had to apply a lot of practices on myself for one and a half months in my quest of trying to come out of myself I set off to Jaisalmer and would vanish for 8-10 days I went to places where people didn’t know me just to get a reality check to feel like a normal person” Nawazuddin told the media at the trailer launch in Mumbai on Monday Share This Article Related Article The movie based on the life of Dashrath Manjhi who worked tirelessly for 22 years to break open a mountain to build a road in Bihar will release on August 21 The film which stars Radhika Apte opposite Nawazuddin has music by Sandesh Shandilya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Moscow | Updated: June 12 2017 3:06 pm Russia looks largely on the course one year from the kick-off of the World Cup in June 2018 (Source: Reuters) Top News Despite fears over security and construction delays at several stadiums Russia looks largely on course one year from the kick-off of the World Cup in June 2018 There was already a whiff of scandal around the first World Cup to be held in Eastern Europe after Swiss authorities opened a probe into possible corruption during the bidding for the event Then worries of hooligan violence surged after gangs of Russian fans grabbed headlines by rampaging through the streets of Marseille at Euro 2016 But for strongman President Vladimir Putin the World Cup is an invaluable chance to burnish Russia’s prestige as the country has slumped to its worst standoff with the West over Ukraine and Syria And authorities insist they have all problems firmly in hand as they gear up for a test-run with the Confederations Cup tournament starting in the second city Saint Petersburg on June 17 Stadiums The World Cup will be the biggest international event that Russia has hosted since it lavished huge sums on staging the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014 So far only four of the 12 World Cup stadiums – Saint Petersburg Kazan Sochi and the Otkrytie Arena in Moscow — are up and running for the warm-up Confederations Cup The finishing touches are also being put to the iconic Luzhniki stadium in Moscow — which is set to hold the World Cup opener and final — with a trial game scheduled for the autumn While most of the arenas are running to time there has also been a spate of scandals over delays corruption and poor labour conditions The stadium in Saint Petersburg ended up taking a decade to build and costing some $800 million (716 million euros) with groundsmen still ending up having to frantically replace the pitch a month before the Confed Cup In the Volga town of Samara the bill for the 45000-seater Cosmos Arena has risen to a reported USD 320 million as constructors had to make late design changes to keep from dropping too far behind schedule Human Rights Watch documented how migrant workers have faced unpaid wages and dire conditions with a reported 17 labourers dying at the World Cup sites Meanwhile Moscow has also conceded that workers from repressive state North Korea were also involved in construction in Saint Petersburg Despite the scandals authorities across the World Cup host venues — which stretch from European exclave Kalingrad in the west to the Urals city of Yekaterinburg in the east — insist they will be ready on time The stadiums are not the only key projects going up around the 11 cities due to hold the event Transport and tourism infrastructure such as airports and hotels are being rushed towards completion to cope with the influx of foreign visitors to destinations that rarely draw many foreigners Security There are also major security fears surrounding the World Cup in Russia with the shadow of terrorism and hooliganism looming over the event Moscow has a long history of battling against terror and been the target of bloody attacks A suicide bombing on the metro in Saint Petersburg killed 15 people in April just over two months ahead of the Confederations Cup opener in the city Jihadists from the Islamic State group have repeatedly pledged to attack Russia in revenge for its bombing campaign in Syria in support of Bashar al-Assad In a bid to stamp out any problems strongman Putin has ordered ramped up security measures throughout the World and Confederations Cup “All the necessary work is going on to detect and prevent threats” said Alexei Lavrishchev the FSB commander in charge of coordinating security But it is not just terror that has raised concerns for the tournament After the brutal scenes in France involving Russian fans last year there were fears that visiting supporters could be in for a tough time But both hooligans and Russian authorities say there is almost no chance of a repeat as the police have cracked down on suspected troublemakers with a barrage of searches detentions and criminal probes Moscow has stuck 191 fans on a blacklist barring them from games and introduced legislation to toughen up punishments and deport foreign hooligans For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: March 12 2016 1:33 am Devendra Fadnavis Top News Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s plan to cleanse the corruption-riddled irrigation sector has suffered a big jolt H T Mendhegiri an expert who was handpicked by the chief minister for the task has quit expressing discontentment with the functioning of the state administration In December Fadnavis who was reportedly unhappy with the performance of the water resources department had appointed Mendhegiri who is seen as a whistleblower in the multi-crore irrigation scam as an advisor to the Maharashtra government Share This Article Related Article Mendhegiri who had earlier retired from public service as a secretary of the state water resources department took over the new assignment from January 1 But on March 8 he resigned from the post complaining that “his role in the government remained undefined” and that he felt “unutilised” in his new role Maharashtra water resources minister Girish Mahajan confirmed Mendhegiri’s resignation He said “Efforts are being made to resolve the grievances that Mendhegiri has aired and bring him back on board” Mahajan also said that he has discussed the issue with Fadnavis But sources informed The Indian Express that the expert had first declared his intention to move out through a communication to the Chief Minister on March 1 where he had listed specific grievances including the slow pace of reforms in the irrigation sector Fadnavis when asked said he hadn’t accepted the resignation Sources in the government revealed that the CM had offered to fix the issues but Mendhegiri was now reluctant to rejoin the government When The Indian Express contacted Mendhegiri he said that the “lack of will” in the state administration was among the main reasons behind his resignation “There is nothing much happening in the irrigation sector The state administration does not appear to understand what to concentrate on to reform the sector” Mendhegiri said “Those who have committed mistakes must be dealt with and the reforms must go hand-in-hand But neither is being taken up at the right pace” he said The government order appointing Mendhegiri as advisor issued on December 14 had said that the expert would work on revising of the state’s water policy evolving an integrated state water plan chart out a policy to expedite projects in a transparent fashion amend rules and regulations strengthen the Maharashtra Water Resource Regulatory Act and enhance micro irrigation among other things But Mendhegiri on Friday said the water resource department officials were not consulting him over these issues “I’ve worked on these But there is just no response from the department There is no use of being an advisor when you are not even consulted over policy matters” he said Mahajan confirmed that Mendhegiri had expressed displeasure over the treatment meted out to him by authorities in the department Sources meanwhile said that Mendhegiri had demanded the status of a principal secretary in the government “I did not want the entitlements But the status would have given me access to documents and staff for better utilisation of my services as an advisor” Mendhegiri told the Indian Express While the expert said he had the highest regard for Fadnavis he claimed the administration did not appear too serious about the developmental work For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Published: May 3 2012 4:36 am Related News Sixty-eight-year old P V Samuel may have lost his sight due to glaucoma but that has not deterred him from helping disabled persons get fitted with new limbs at Punes Artificial Limb Centre (ALC) This blind technical manager from AlwayeKeralaaccompanies victims of road and rail accidents to ALC and helps amputees get new limbs After I turned blind some 20 years agoGod gave me the vision to help the unfortunate? Raman won after having worked in India; since then, Our Prime Minister has a vision and we have to implement the policies he has initiated. he said.

2017 6:39 pm Stephen Constantine said that the team needs to work a lot and it will be difficult for them. We will study the reports thoroughly and then decide the future course of action, Vaz saidadding that they will also launch an inquiry on Bombay Gymkhana’s absence from the last match They said some of their players had to appear for exams But the schedule was out long before so they could have at least informed us in advance Not turning up for a match is a serious offense and the committee will deal with it in an appropriate manner? One would be forgiven for wondering whether the upcoming big day has any role to play in this recent spike in form. But lifted by their home fans Gasquet and Herbert powered back, it has risen like a phoenix from the ashes. Sat 23. Also read |?found her perfect for it. the ramifications of a potential “Grexit”, as well as other non-Western rising powers.

The land of chup? The same is practised by many other airlines. A commercial piloton the condition of anonymitysaid? Karkhanis alleged that for the three days Nishant was admitted he was neither attended by doctors regularly nor given proper treatment even as his medical parameters continued to worsen. 2013 2:41 am Related News The emotive issue of domestic violence and the different ways in which it is tackled in the US and India was discussed at length when an NGO invited a US police chief over recently.