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20 lakh voters in Gujarat. police said, highlighted the importance of infrastructure development and how military engineers can contribute significantly towards this.My aim is to be a successful playback singer, says Garg For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Siddhartha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: March 5 2013 12:06 am Related News As the press conference that kicked-off the 33rd senior and junior Asian Cycling Championship came to an endAmarjit Singhthe Punjab cyclist in the Indian teampeered into his mobile phonewaiting for an image to download Once doneAmarjit pointed towards the snap one that is a legend in the world’s cycling circles and said”He is the famous Quadzilla” Within the screen was a picture of Robert Forstemannthe German cyclist who is known to have extremely muscular thighs While achieving 36-inch quadricep muscles may not be very easy for him despite it being an ambitionrepeating what Forstermann regularly does for Germany is Win a medal for his country in the forthcoming meet For Amarjitparticipating in an international tournament isn’t something new as he was part of the country’s senior team in the recently concluded World Championships at MinskBelarus But after the Indian team’s luggage was misplaced at the Minsk airporthe was part of the side that finished 13th in the track event “All of us had lost everything and the temperature was -10 at Minsk So we were more than happy to finish in the top 15” Amarjit said Asked about India’s prospects in the Asian Cycling ChampionshipAmarjit was positive that his team could achieve a far better result than in Minsk “Participants from IranMalaysia and other Asian countries are really tough to compete with and I hope we perform to our standards Training matters a lot and we have been doing that since eight months now” he said If he does achieve a medalit won’t just make Amarjit happy his entire family of cyclists will be over the moon Amarjit’s father Bawa Singh was a national level cyclist His two maternal uncles too represented Punjab and they were his motivation to take up the wheels And once Amritsar had its own velodromeAmarjit decided to listen to his father’s advice and take up the sport full time “Had my university not built a velodromeI do not know if I would have become a cyclist” he said And not long after he didthe accolades came pouring inwith Amarjit breaking the national record on the trackshaving the 1:12 minute mark by 2 seconds If that was bigthen ensuring that India qualified for the Melbourne Cup last year based on his performance was greater For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 9 2012 2:14 am Related News In a theft committed on Tuesday nighttwo Central Processing Units and a monitor was stolen from an e-Sampark Centre in HallomajraChandigarh Centre superintendent Raj Kumar said the security guard reached the Centre at around 530 am and noticed the missing equipments He immediately informed the police Kumar added that there were only two computer systems at the centre and no important data had been lost as they worked online and all information was saved on the server A case has been registered at the Sector-31 police station Investigating officer Jitendra Singh said there were no security guards on duty at the Centre at night The Centre is also not monitored by CCTV cameras For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2017 4:55 pm Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher had worked in the original Star Wars films Related News Veteran actor Mark Hamill known for playing the primary protagonist in the original Star Wars trilogy and giving his voice to the supervillain Joker in Batman: The Animated Series recently remembered his reel-life sister Carrie Fisher describing her as “irreplaceable” The 65-year-old actor and Fisher starred in the Star Wars franchise and Hamill who played the role of Luke Skywalker said he is still coming to terms with the passing of Fisher reported Entertainment Tonight Carrie Fisher had played the role of Princess Leia in the Star Wars original films She also reprised the role in the first two films of the new and ongoing sequel trilogy “It’s hard to accept you know I still think of her in the present tense you know she’s such an irreplaceable part of that legacy” he said The actor said the upcoming film in the franchise Star Wars: The Last Jedi has an air of sadness about it because of Fisher’s passing “The films were about triumph and tragedy and unfortunately real life rammed straight into our fantasy in away that we never could have imagined “I think the film has an air of melancholy about itwhich it doesn’t deserve but that’s life isn’t it” he said Carrie Fisher’s last Star Wars film Star Wars: The Last Jedi will release on December 15 this year in the United States Apart from Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher the film also stars Adam Driver Daisey Ridley Andy Serkis and Gwendoline Christie For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: June 30 2017 9:42 am Mohun Bagan executive body to meet on Friday File Top News THE PROSPECT of Mohun Bagan and East Bengal losing their home turf to Atletico Kolkata — if the two clubs join the Indian Super League (ISL) — has drawn two heavyweight political players to the football field For more than a century Mohun Bagan and East Bengal have played their matches on the maidans of Kolkata and its outskirts The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has urged the two giants to join the ISL an IPL-style tournament conducted by IMG-Reliance However in the event of them joining ISL Bagan and East Bengal will have to leave Kolkata Not surprisingly the two clubs have not acceded to this demand triggering outrage in the state’s football circles with the ruling TMC and opposition BJP joining the emotive issue NCP leader Praful Patel tried to work out a compromise but eventually the AIFF was forced to delay its plans to make ISL the country’s premier league following the political intervention Since both the I-League and ISL will be held simultaneously both Bagan and East Bengal will have another year in the I-League but their future remains uncertain Bagan’s members will be closing ranks to form a strategy that will help them hold on their home turf “We have called an executive body meeting on June 30 to discuss our future course of action We intend to discuss everything including the overture made by the BJP with a proposal to have a meeting with the Union Sports Minister We also have the full support and cooperation of our Chief Minister (Mamata Banerjee)” Mohun Bagan general secretary Anjan Mitra told The Indian Express According to Indian Football Association (IFA) West Bengal secretary Utpal Ganguli Banerjee has told the two clubs “not to compromise on their dignity” This was followed by BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya writing to the two clubs offering help and suggesting that the Union Sports Ministry could help solve the quagmire “We informed the AIFF during our meeting a fortnight ago with its secretary that we must play our home matches in Kolkata We are not corporate entities and should be treated differently considering our huge legacy and contribution to Indian football” Mitra said The entry of the two Kolkata teams in the ISL would make it the premier domestic league while relegating I-League to second division After initial hesitation the two clubs had agreed to the idea with East Bengal even picking up the bid documents for a new team But then two conditions were imposed on them: paying a franchise fee of approximately Rs 15 crore each and playing their home matches outside Kolkata According to ISL’s five-year venue exclusivity clause only one team is allowed from a city and Kolkata already has two-time ISL champion Atletico de Kolkata as its representative However Kolkata football has always been about Bagan and East Bengal as both clubs enjoy a massive and dedicated fan base They have their own stadiums as well although on lease from the Army In case the two Kolkata giants do join ISL the three-season-old league would get two precious value-additions — legacy and legions of fans Bagan and East Bengal members feel that ISL needs the clubs more and this explains their aversion to the idea of paying the Rs 15-crore fee The AIFF meanwhile has repeatedly countered the clubs by pointing to their long struggle to rope of sponsors despite the mass following According to ISL norms to incorporate the Big Two Atletico Kolkata’s approval would be necessary The Atletico Kolkata management has never publicly expressed its reservations over Bagan and East Bengal becoming part of the ISL from Kolkata But there’s a common perception that the arrival of the Kolkata giants would make the corporate franchise peripheral popularity wise Asked about his letter to Bagan and East Bengal BJP’s Vijayvargiya told The Indian Express: “From media reports we came to know that the two clubs were being ignored and that’s why we wrote to them asking if they needed help We got a reply thanking us These are two important clubs in Kolkata We are trying to mediate and see whether the demands of these two iconic clubs can be met” With the BJP trying to grow in the state the party general secretary’s overture to woo Bengal’s two biggest brands is being seen as significant However Mohun Bagan and East Bengal both of whom share a good rapport with the ruling TMC have struck a cautious tone “We have received Vijayvargiya’s letter and we have forwarded it to the IFA secretary who will take a call on this on our behalf” East Bengal secretary Kalyan Majumder said IFA secretary Utpal Ganguli said “I have seen the letter My view is that this is a sports matter We are discussing with the AIFF We are very confident about a positive outcome and we have no plans of giving any political colour to this” Asked about the clubs’ meeting with the CM he said: “That’s the state government Whoever would have been the government I would have gone there” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: October 16 2014 12:54 am Related News On October 10 the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) passed an order against DLF and six of its key officers (chairperson directors and CFO) preventing them from accessing the securities market or dealing in securities for three years This follows another major action by Sebi against the Sahara group of companies and its chairperson which is now being heard by the Supreme Court While Sebi’s order is subject to appeal and is therefore not yet final its willingness to go after major market entities found to be violating laws is welcome This should also be seen in the context of the Competition Commission’s moves to address transgressions by big players in the cement automobile and real estate sectors By all accounts these independent regulators established by Parliament are slowly taking steps to deter violation of laws within their jurisdiction and signalling that market entities irrespective of size will receive equal treatment and supervision Since 1991 independent regulators have been set up by Parliament in various sectors to meet the changing needs of a market-driven economy In a framework where a number of private players exist and compete there is a need to provide effective regulatory oversight in order to ensure consumer protection prevent monopolistic practices and abuse by market entities Independent regulators set up at arm’s length from the government are well placed to do so This is because in principle they have the flexibility to hire expert staff and retain them build sector-specific expertise and remain insulated from political pressure The last 20 years of this process have been marked by some important successes and some failures The Saradha scam the ULIP dispute and the NSEL fiasco are all examples of problems within this regulatory design Moving forward there is a need to create legal frameworks that ensure a standard design for the independence and accountability of regulators There is also a need to ensure that their decision-making is made more participatory by soliciting and responding to public comments Such a framework would further enhance their durability and legitimacy Last independent regulators are equally bound to obey the rule of law and explain their decisions clearly and lucidly Sebi’s decision is a good example of the same Further gains within the financial sector can be had by the implementation of the report of the FSLRC which stresses on global best practices of regulatory governance and mechanisms for ensuring regulatory independence and accountability For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 15 2017 2:49 pm The Honda City in which the students were travelling (ANI) Top News A car carrying seven students fell off a bridge in west Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh area on Monday morning claiming the lives of two of them The college students were on their way to an exam The survivors have been admitted to a hospital in the city They are currently unconscious The first-year students from Delhi Institute of Professional Studies were headed to Indraprastha College Narela to appear for their second semester exams The driver of the vehicle at the time of the accident has been identified as Rajat (18) who was ferrying follow students: Pranav Garima Rishab and Raja Sanchit and Ritu passed away this morning Police has informed that the driver of the car which was speeding lost control of the steering wheel The vehicle then crashed into a divider the impact throwing the car a Honda City off the bridge The projectile vehicle broke the side-barriers of the bridge and landed on the ground below on its head police said according to a news report in The Hindustan Times The police are trying to ascertain if the driver had a valid driving licence They claim it was difficult to pull the victims out of the wreckage as the car had smashed on its roof very badly “We even called the fire department to help us pull out the occupants as the car’s doors and roof was completely crushed One student died on the spot as he was crushed between the roof and his seat Preliminary examination suggests that excessive blood loss and severe head injuries led to their death Their bodies have been sent for a post-mortem examination and their families have been informed” a police official said according to a report in The Hindustan Times – With inputs from agencies For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top Newss office. they’re cowards,A Wednesday Anupam Kher as Police Commissioner Prakash Rathod whiles away his office hours reading tabloids and listening to film stars complaining about calls from the underworld.a think-tank. He is facing trial at the Special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) Court. While talking to the media from his hospital bed.

“I am hearing good things about him in the film. although the EU is set to give an official mandate to Barnier on May 22.Archer will return for a four-city tour of the country. They are working sincerely. There is special motivation for us to focus on this team because it’s a team against whom we lost. ?not having received any formal notice?by Saturday eveningall establishments were downing their shutters one by one For years nowHauz Khas Villagebrimming with designer stores and multi-cuisine restaurantshad been the it place for weekend fun in the capital Confusion prevailed after 8 pmas the crowd which had descended on the tiny village since the afternoon was forced to call it an early night or find other places to party A few decided to dine at restaurants that were still open By 9 pmthe village wore an abandoned lookand the citys party crowd were left to contemplate other options I usually dine at The Living Room Cafebut it is closed for the weekend We will now be heading to Defence Colony? I don’t know anything else, firecrackers and flares in the direction of police.Pathankot air base: Tall screens set up to limit access of Pak JIT team He said his father had been given a two-year extension in the Punjab Police after he retired.

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