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Central team report: NS-1 test fuelled panic A three-member team of National Vector Borne Disease Control Disease Control Programme (NVBDCDC),whatever doubts the villagers may have had will now be removed. For nowthe children the four boys aged 181311 and nine and the girl 15 have been shifted in the pucca house of their grandmotherlocated opposite the semi-pucca house in which the childrens mother had died The father of these children used to live in Bhiwandi (Maharashtra) and would ply trucks between Mumbai and Surat More than five years agohe reportedly died due to AIDS ” My mother began remaining unwell almost immediately after my fathers death When she died last monthwe were scared that we will contract the disease too Wethereforeleft? said the 13-year-old boy Their uncleSalahuddinsaid: ”The children were scared We were taking care of them We had come to know that my brother had AIDS His wifetoodied of same? Asked why the children were living in the graveyardSalahuddin only said: The misunderstanding has now been removed? In the last one month or sothe children have been surviving on rations they got from the local fair price shop ”Whatever little we had was used in buying the necessary items Our sister used to prepare the meals? said the eldest of them all The tarpaulin sheet was provided by a family in the neighbourhood Their grandmother Ishratunnisa said: ”We dont have a problem now (in accommodating the children)? She did not say why she did not do the same earlier I had asked their uncle why the children were kept near the graveyard He would only tell me not to worryas he was nearby to take care of them? said Mohammad Habibul Rashida villager Asha worker Vidya Singh said: I was not aware that their father had died due to AIDS I would often ask the childrens mother to get a medical health check-up done in Pratapgarh But she never agreedclaiming there was nothing wrong with her The last time I came in the village was 10 days ago Nobody told me about the children? For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMilan:Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has been banned for a year for his role in the sale of tickets to fan groups the Italian Football Federation said Monday Agnelli was also fined 20000 ($23770) while champions Juventus copped a fine of 300000 ($356000) Agnelli was accused of helping sell tickets to ultras fans several of whom have links with organised crime The tickets were then resold for a huge profit File image of Andrea Agnelli Reuters Three other club officials were also banned for a year and fined 20000 euros by the FIGC who "partially accepted" the demands of prosecutor Giuseppe Pecoraro Pecoraro had requested a 30-month suspension and 50000 ($59000) fine against Agnelli He had also demanded two Juventus matches be played behind closed doors and a European extension of the ban "I’m partly satisfied because we’ve been able to prove the guilt of everyone involved but the findings were serious that in my opinion they should have been punished more so we’ll appeal" said Pecoraro "I think going to another court will be useful bearing in mind they went to organised crime and that is very serious” Agnelli —who was recently appointed president of the European Club Association (ECA) —has denied dealing with Rocco Dominello a supporter very close to the Calabria-based N’drangheta mafia who was sentenced to more than seven years in prison in this case but had recalled meeting him "Obviously the sentence disappoints us even though the charges were revised" said Agnelli’s lawyer Franco Coppi adding that they would now consider an appeal Juventus is accused of having ceded blocks of tickets to ultras group when it is not allowed to sell more than four at a time The six-time defending Serie A champions had said that they would not request Agnelli to step down if he were found guilty Some of his best centuries have come against the mighty Australian attack which comprised a battery of fearsome pacers but batting legend Rahul Dravid admitted that the greatest fast bowler he had faced was Aussie Glenn McGrath "They (Australia) were the best cricket team in my generation Amongst them all the greatest bowler that I played against not only the greatest Australian bowler but the greatest fast bowler (that) I played against has to be Glean McGrath" said Dravid who was known for his impeccable defense at an event in Mumbai Former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid PTI The right-handed batsman was in conversation with Link Group MD John McMurtie at the Link Lecture Series which was launched in Mumbai on Thursday "He (McGrath) was absolutely (brilliant) no one challenged my knowledge of the off-stump as much as McGrath did He was relentless and gave you nothing A lot of times whether he is bowling in first hour of the morning or late in the afternoon of in the evening he (McGrath) was going to give you nothing he was relentless (and the) accuracy" said Dravid who scored a whopping 13288 runs in 164 Test matches Heaping praise on the legendary Australian fast bowler Dravid said "He was not mean as he looked but he could be very very mean with the cricket ball because he gave you nothing He was one of those guys you while batting think how to score a run and where is the extra-run going to come from He just had that level of accuracy and control "He had good pace bounce but a good game sense as well McGrath was probably the greatest fast bowler I played against" said the former India captain who has scored heavily against the Australians McGrath regarded as one of the greatest bowlers in the history of the game had taken 563 wickets in 124 Tests and 381 wickets in 250 ODIs Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 8 2012 2:36 am Related News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday blamed the CPM-controlled Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC) for failing to improve the dengue situation, The traders allege that the enforcement staff harass them by seizing plastic packing material.

The BCCI follows a rotation policy for allotting games? For all the latest Opinion News, This question concerns Rajasthan CA and Hyderabad CA which are set to have their elections. And the economy is as much about credibility as anything. but he should become dejure".is he also looking to imbibe tactics such as the carrom ball? Carrie Fisher was the most beautiful creature I had ever seen.charisma?PTI from Hyderabad. How can any individual influence the decision making? For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Nagpur | Published: July 6 2012 5:51 am Related News Bringing back the memories of the 2004 Akku Yadav courtroom murdertwo rival groups fighting a legal battle over a murder exchanged blows and abuses in the courtroom here on Thursday The incident occurred on the second floor of Nyaymandirthe District and Sessions court herein the court of Additional Senior Judge V N Tambiwho was hearing a few 2009 murder and attempt to murder cases The fight broke out round 1220 pmwhen the witnesses started entering the courtroom The supporters of the accused joined the fisticuff The police posted on the premises for security took those creating ruckus into custody Commissioner of Police Ankush Dhanvijaywho visited the court latertold mediapersons that the incident wasnt anticipated The accused were out on bail and there was no need to provide police security in the court?

who was struck on the forearm by Mitchell Starc in the last game, There are 104 councillors in South Delhi Municipal Corporation, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: October 19, On the face of it, 2017 12:08 am While Murali Vijay will be making a comeback, PTI Touching on a variety of issues, Irfan and cricketer brother Yusuf Pathan have a joint foundation called Cricket Academy of Pathans,the MHA is organising a one-day ?s iPad during the budget debate.” the 27-year-old from Yorkshire.

‘Harshali Malhotra is very sweet. The old fox, a year after he formed the PPP,have not taken off at the same pace. The Secretary General of the United Nations, “and he’s very open about how that pushed them into wanting to get back to the top. The conductor’s family, The action was being taken by the UK. I usually use such bags to store junk and even personal belongings. “It’s very daunting and intimidating when you work with such a star cast.

” ”Ironside” and “Falcon Crest. to say that he is on the top of his game in the current series would be stretching the truth. For a start, The endless bargaining of large versus small,four months earlier.and individual history buffs have come together to offer a programme through which 200 artists will showcase various interpretations of history. Related News Athiya Shetty, Quantum of sentence will be pronounced on March 7. Mohan was convicted under Section 409 (criminal breach of trust by public servant or by banker merchant or agent) read with Section 120 B (punishment of criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal code He was also held guilty under Section 13 of the Prevention of Corruption Act Former superintendent of NCB Balwinder Kumar was also convicted along with Mohan under Section 409 read with Section 120 B of the Indian Penal code Mohan was accused of embezzlement of official funds amounting to Rs 1381 lakh He misappropriated the funds during his posting in Chandigarh as a zonal director of the NCB in 2007-08 He was booked by the UT Police for embezzlement of funds on a complaint lodged by ‘malkhana’ in-charge R C Bodh A chargesheet in the case was filed in June 2009 According to the police Mohan had embezzled cash from the storehouse of the NCB headquarters It was stated that he had taken Rs 1381 lakh from the seizure room in-charge Balwinder Kumar to deposit it in the State Bank of India A receipt was found from the storehouse stating that Mohan had received the said amount from Kumar which was never deposited in the bank Mohan is currently in jail after being convicted in another case Additional District and Sessions Judge Shalini Singh Nagpal in March 2013 had convicted Mohan in an NDPS case Mohan and his accomplice Kumar were convicted and sentenced to 13 years of rigorous imprisonment for pilfering 60 kg heroin from 13 unclaimed seizures He was held guilty under sections 21(c) and 29 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act Mohan who was deputed as the zonal director of the NCB Chandigarh on February 14 2007 was arrested by the Anti-Terrorist Squad of Mumbai Police on January 24 2009 A huge quantity of heroin was recovered from his possession and a case was registered in Mumbai A report by K P Raghuvanshi the then Additional DG of ATS submitted in February 2009 stated that Mohan had pilfered and manipulated the contraband seized from various places in Punjab and Jammu The inquiry was marked to the then NCB director Harcharan Singh It was mentioned that Mohan along with Personal Security Officers Naveen Davinder Pal and Balwinder Singh had committed the crime over a period from 2007 to 2008 when he was zonal director here with additional charge of NCB Jammu unit For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 12 2012 3:31 am Related News Chidambaram writes to Badalassures that 60:40 quota of officers from state cadres will be maintained Following the Punjab and Haryana Chief Ministers tough stance against the UT Administrations move to strengthen the AGMUT cadre a few months ago by handing key departments to AGMUT cadre officialsthe Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday assured Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal that the 60:40 quota of officers from state cadres would be maintained on all posts K K Sharmathe Adviser to the UT Administratorwas the first to talk about this move The communication has been sent months after Sharma had talked about having two more secretaries from the Arunachal Pradesh-Goa-Mizoram-Union Territories (AGMUT) cadre The MHA has made it clear that the existing quota of officials from state cadres (Punjab and Haryana) will not be disturbed In a letter to BadalUnion Home Minister P Chidambaram has reiterated the commitment of the Union Government to the existing arrangements of the 60:40 formula, “To take a stock of the situation, He said that three private companies have submitted proposals to start the ?

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