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2016 12:18 am Top News Governor’s Report Tamil Nadu Governor K. Preetam Chhillar,Bhattarai had given himself 45 days to complete the process of integration and rehabilitation of PLA cadres. These kiosks are directly linked to the local police station. The complainant would also get a print out of the e-complaint which can help them in reissuing what they lost” an official told The Indian Express However some police officers believe it will take a few months for people to consider the E-GD system seriously The kiosk which will be connected to the local police station will also store the data If the lost item is found the complainant will be contacted and after verification of their identity the same would be returned to them This initiative officers said will not only save time but will help police allocate manpower more efficiently Instructions on how to use the kiosk will be displayed in two languages — Bengali and English For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sowmiya Ashok | New Delhi | Published: April 27 2017 3:00 am At the Congress office Wednesday Source: Tashi Tobgyal Top News The hand was visible So was Gandhi through the half-open door “MCD Election-2017 CONTROL ROOM” read an A-4 paper pasted on the wall outside It was in this conference room at No 2 DDU Marg — with an array of steel chairs facing the stage — that a belligerent trio once defended their chief But Tuesday as results were tallied up for the civic polls Sheila Dikshit’s sentinels — Arvinder Singh Lovely Haroon Yusuf and Ramakant Goswami — were all scattered One had defected the other two disappeared Instead there was calm besides some journalists fanning themselves or talking on their phones The man who led the party’s election strategy Ajay Maken was nowhere to be seen but the television in his office was switched on For a very brief moment it seemed like his party could make it past those newcomers with brooms — not so new anymore The vote share looked promising up from 96 per cent in 2015 — the lowest vote share it ever secured in the national capital — which prompted party leaders to talk about a revival “This is a very big jump for the Congress” Kiran Walia who was once Delhi’s women and child development minister was heard saying on TV Later as the capital’s wards were painted saffron she admitted there indeed is a “Modi wave” Meanwhile Maken appeared in front of cameras at Vijay Chowk admitting to be “personally disappointed” with the results and offering his resignation to the party high command Less than two kilometres away the party high command that operated from 24 Akbar Road was nowhere to be seen Inside a security guard in front of a locked office with Sonia Gandhi’s nameplate on it said: “There is nobody around” Except for a gardener tending to his plants there was an eerie calm here too For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 9 2017 5:11 am Top News THE MUMBAI Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC) the nodal agency to implement suburban rail projects has asked the state government to help with the escalated cost of projects listed under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) II The cost of these projects launched in 2010 has escalated by almost Rs 3000 crores due to improved scope of work and inflation railway officials say MUTP-II had divided the listed projects under Part A to be funded by the World Bank while state government was required to fund projects listed under Part B Due to cost escalation of various projects — fifth and sixth lines between Thane and Diva railway stations fifth and sixth lines between Kurla and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station (CST) extension of harbor line until Goregaon and sixth line between Borivali and Mumbai Central stations— the railway body has asked for further financial help with these projects “The project cost of MUTP-II has increased to Rs 808711 crores till 2016 from the original cost of Rs 4281 crores as sanctioned in 2010 Increased scope of work with terms of addition in works listed under the projects and increase in other costs including labor and land has made the project nearly twice as costly Sometimes a change in design planning due to differences with the available design also adds to the cost” a senior MRVC official said “The delay in completion of projects on time puts a burden on the travel needs of commuters” Subhash Gupta a railway activist said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: June 21 2017 3:40 am They will perform in Edinburgh and at the Smoke Alley theatre in Dublin Top News Twenty-one-year-old Shweta Krantikari daughter of a sex worker from Kamathipura expresses her identity through a street play In her act named ‘Lalbatti Express part 2’ she wants to emote the challenges faced by girls like her to overcome stereotypes of a red-light area “This has been named part 2 because it is an extension of our previous act— Lalbatti Express— staged across cities in the United States last year While in the previous act we had spoken about who we are and what we face this particular act will go one step ahead and narrate how lives could be different and beyond the circles of society that limits us into” Tanya Hosmani one of the team mates said Around 15 girls between the age groups of 14 and 22 plan to hit the streets of the United Kingdom for a month starting Wednesday Theatres where they will perform during the European tour include the theatre festival in Edinburgh and the Smoke Alley theatre in Dublin The girls had performed in a few theatres and on the streets of New York Chicago San Francisco for two months last year Backed by Kranti an NGO the girls now gear up to get their act ready before they plan to leave on Wednesday morning “We have been able to collect money for only six tickets of the girls for a one-way trip that starts on Wednesday We rely on crowd-sourcing and grants from philanthropists or corporates who believe in our vision Certain parts of the trip which include our stay travel allowances have been taken care of from different sources” said Bina Das founder of Kranti NGO “The act talks about the stereotypes faced by them for being the daughters of sex workers the relationship they share with their mothers who continue to be in the business overcoming strong emotions including guilt and anxiety and also other indications of different types of marginalisation hurled at them” Jaya Iyer co-ordinator of the act said Most of the girls who are pursuing studies at different schools or colleges look forward to this trip as an opportunity to meet different people and gather knowledge After having performed for different acts in Mumbai which include Prithvi theater in Juhu National Center for Performing Arts in Nariman Point going beyond their boundaries they say feels like a dream come true “I was going to take up a simple job after completing my studies With this act and Kranti I got much better exposure to things and learnt to go beyond that what we are perceived to be” Farha Shaikh team member said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 23 2014 12:47 am Related News When the US House of Representatives made a puny attempt to rein in the rampant National Security Agency last month with a watered-down USA Freedom bill it only seemed to underline the difficulty of downsizing the powerful surveillance state So it came as something of a surprise when the same House struck at the heart of two of the NSA’s most controversial activities by stripping them of their funding last week In an amendment to a department of defence appropriations bill the House voted to cut off monies for a provision in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that allowed intelligence agencies to conduct searches of collected surveillance data that target Americans while also expressly forbidding the practice of demanding that hardware manufacturers or software providers build “backdoors” into their offerings to enable the agency to access user communications The amendment is a signal that there exists much stronger commitment and political will to reduce the size and scope of the NSA’s surveillance capabilities than was previously estimated Past attempts at reform have disappointed in their limited vision and lacklustre execution The toothless freedom bill whose earlier incarnation was hailed by privacy advocates was reportedly undone by resistance from the judiciary and intelligence committees of Congress under influence from the intelligence lobby As an amendment to an appropriations bill this piece of legislation escaped scrutiny from the two committees and its passage indicates a growing bipartisan consensus that the NSA has overreached its mandate Of course these anti-snooping measures still need to be passed by the Senate the White House could veto the amendment even if it is passed And this reform significant as it is only addresses the surveillance of Americans not foreigners That fight unfortunately seems to have few takers For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 20 2017 1:30 am “There are some non-affiliated associations in Mumbai and Kurukshetra claiming to shut petrol pumps from May 14 onwards and then every Sunday” said AIPDA spokesperson (Express Photo) Top News THE All India Petrol Dealers’ Association on Wednesday said that no petrol pump in Pune will remain closed every Sunday from May 14 “There are some non-affiliated associations in Mumbai and Kurukshetra claiming to shut petrol pumps from May 14 onwards and then every Sunday They said that they are responding to a clarion call by the Prime Minister to save fuel under the pretext to get recognition in the country AIPDA which has the backing of 23 states barring Maharashtra has not taken any such decision to respond to the call of the Prime Minister to shut pumps and save fuel” said AIPDA spokesperson Ali Daruwala in a press release AIPDA said it was in constant process of dialogues with oil ministry regarding commission for dealers ethanol issue transport tender rates dual dealership and and many other issues Daruwala said the general public should not believe in the claim being made by any association in the future except the All India Petrol Dealers’ Association “No petrol pump in Pune will remain closed after May 14 every Sunday” he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Guy Pfefferman | Published: April 11 2012 1:29 am Related News Any statement about India is as valid as is its opposite After returning to India for a week for the first time since 2000I set down on paper some impressions about what I thought had changedand what not Doing so is presumptuous beyond wordsall the more because even to lifetime observersIndia is a bit like an Escher print any statement about India is as valid as is its opposite JRD Tata wrote famously in 1991just before Indias economic reforms kicked in: Let the world now saya new tiger has emerged in Asia a tiger uncaged.” said Bhushankumar Upadhyay,raised slogans against Varma and burnt his effigy. and is currently completing development of InSight.’’ says Rajan. 50 new centres were added to the list of smart villages adopted by the president. she added.

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