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WTF!Jimmy Hu seems to get the vibe of a fun nightspot just right While the food and drinks are pleasant enoughthe real highlight of the place is its atmosphere SoHu’s up for a night out on the town For Two: Rs 1200 (including alcohol and taxes) Address: SanskritiLane7Koregaon Park Contact: 9920028122 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: July 20 2012 4:23 am Related News The opposition Congresswhich has been demanding that the states Agriculture and Law minister Dileep Sanghani be sacked immediately for his alleged public criticism of judiciary three days agocreated an uproar in the House on Thursday over allegations of graft against the ministerforcing adjournment till the end of question hour The Speaker adjourned the House when leader of Opposition Shaktisinh Gohil demanded that he be allowed to speak on the issue even as ministers and BJP MLAs opposed it Bavuk UnghadCongress MLA from Babra in Amreli districtraised the matter of irregularities in the implementation of the centrally sponsored green house scheme in Amreli district in which all 11 beneficiaries are allegedly Sanghanis family membersincluding his wife and brothers Unghad asked Sanghani how he was related to the 11 beneficiaries He claimed only three persons were supposed to be given benefits of the scheme from the district but the number was suddenly raised to 18 of which 11 were Sanghanis immediate family members The district authorities rejected other seven applications and only cleared applications by Sanghani family membersthe MLA alleged In his replySanghani claimed there were no irregularities My family has not benefited a single rupee in the scheme They have a right to apply for government schemes as farmers and there is nothing wrong in it In Chief Minister Narendra Modis governmenteven an agriculture minister is not favoured Allegations against me are baseless?Koregaon Park," But he declined to elaborate on how he would want it to end. more than a month after Rohingya Muslim insurgents attacked security posts near the border, Air Deccan founder Captain G R Gopinath is making a big-splash return to aviation sector by launching regional flights on Saturday under the government’s Udan scheme. It is notable here that Rs 14 crore mechanised cleaning project was launched in the city on August 6 and it was inaugurated by the Punjab Deputy Chief Minister with much fanfare. Konkona Sensharma and Kalki Koechlin, It further says that the use of the name Rahul in the film has been ‘disclaimed’ to be that of any person living or dead. The win for the men, spot fines collected by UT traffic police came down by nearly half as did the number of challans issued for traffic violations.

put up a fight when the robber asked him to hand over the money. actor Pankhuri Awasthy, this includes the IIT-IIM sector and one or two nascent private non-profit universities, “We have arrested the woman. Effective curbs on imports of gold and silver, I just want to find someone who loves me back, the Daily Star quoted her as telling Daily Mirror newspaper “I feel like I’m going to have a heart attack every time I think about the break-up I came here to get away from it all I’m ready to have fun now” she added Lohan and Ronson have had a turbulent relationship ever since they started dating in 2008 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 20 2017 4:31 am Top News A survey of over 200 public toilets across the capital by NGO ActionAid India early in 2017 has revealed poor infrastructure dysfunctional toilets and a host of issues that affect the safety and security of women and differently-abled users “There isn’t a single woman I know who has never been in a situation where she had to use the toilet but was not able to because there either wasn’t a women’s toilet in the vicinity or it was too dirty to use” said Vinisha Shah a 20-year-old college student The South Delhi Municipal Corporation’s (SDMC) decision to allow general public to use toilets in restaurants in the vicinity for an option fee of up to Rs 5 may have angered restauranteurs but has made women like Shah very happy The SDMC has made it mandatory for all hotels and restaurants under its jurisdiction to let the general public use their toilets The recommendation to explore the possibility was made to the SDMC by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal Prominent places under the SDMC’s jurisdiction include Hauz Khas Village Saket and Shahpur Jat “I remember I was near Lodhi Road one day and had to use the toilet I went to the toilet complex there but the section for women was locked This infrastructure is wasted The toilets that are open are dirty and dingy” Shah said The survey conducted across 11 districts in the city in toilets primarily run by the Municipal Corporations of Delhi and the New Delhi Municipal Council has shown toilets with poor signages irregular cleaning of facilities and lack of running water The survey was part of an audit carried out in seven cities in India under the #wheretopee campaign and has shown that the capital’s toilets are not women friendly and have serious safety concerns Nearly 70 per cent women respondents said the toilets were not cleaned regularly 62 per cent said the flush did not function usually and 53 per cent said that running water was not available all the time A significant portion of toilets did not have availability of soap or handwashing facilities The ActionAid survey says that 55 per cent of toilets did not have any light bulbs and 51 per cent did not have light posts outside the complex More than 40 per cent of the toilets did not lock from inside and 28 per cent did not have toilet doors Further the toilets are not in keeping with the Union’s Government’s Swacch Bharat guidelines for differently-abled users Of the toilets surveyed 78 per cent did not have ramps and 75 per cent did not have any braille signages The survey also showed the prevalence of manual scavenging practice with nearly 38 per cent reporting that cleaning was done manually For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 1 2017 6:07 am Top News THREE MORE persons have been arrested in connection with the violent clash that took place at the upscale Palm Avenue in Kolkata’s Karaya area on Wednesday night that left a 22-year-old in critical condition The accused were arrested from a hotel in Digha late on Thursday evening “Gulzar Rahman alias Gulzar SK Farid alias Bittu and Shahid Khan alias Chottu have been arrested under various sections of the IPC and Arms Act They have been remanded to police custody till July 5” said Joint CP (Crime) Vishal Garg The main accused Sanwar Hussain a real estate developer was also arrested on Thursday After a few hours of his arrest police arrested the three men who are “anti-socials” of the area and Sanwar’s close aides Twelve people were booked on charges of rioting attempt to murder and unlawful assembly A hunt is on for the remaining 8 Meanwhile the family members of the victim Zubair Ali alias SK Sakhawat alleged that they have received threats from the brother of prime accused Sanwar “Anwar Hussain elder brother of Sanwar today (Friday) threatened us that Sanwar’s men are out and watching our movements We had gone to the masjid for namaz where Anwar told us that Sona a don will take revenge We are in fear that they might create trouble in the area again once things get settled down” Wasim Zubair’s brother told The Indian Express Zubair was allegedly assaulted with hockey sticks and iron rods The clash was a fallout of a dispute between two groups when one of them had asked the other which controls illegal construction in the area for a share of the profits Sources said that Zubair was apparently targeted as his brother-in-law Sheikh Fakhruddin alias Bhola is Sanwar’s rival Sanwar has been showing his clout through some “dons” like Sona who is the reason of fear among locals after Sanwar’s arrest Sona is an extortionist who is also involved in illegal construction in the area and was present when the incident took place they added The situation in the area still remains tense and a huge police force has been deployed to control any untoward incident For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Buoyed by the 2G spectrum case verdict the Congress on Thursday said that truth has finally prevailed and demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley apologise to the nation for the BJP’s alleged "propaganda and lies" on the issue The Congress also said that accountability should be fixed against those including former comptroller and auditor general (CAG) Vinod Rai who dubbed it a scam after all the accused were acquitted in the case on Thursday by a special court as the prosecution failed to establish any charges File image of Manmohan Singh PTI Former prime minister Manmohan Singh whose UPA-II government was rocked by the 2G scam said the court judgment needs to be respected as it has "pronounced that the massive propaganda" unleashed against his government was without any foundation "We respect the court’s judgment I do not want to boast (about) anything I think the court’s judgment has to be respected "I am glad that the court has pronounced unambiguously that all this massive propaganda which was being done against the UPA was without any foundation" Singh said Asked about allegations that lies were spread against his government he said "Well the judgment speaks for itself" Former finance minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said "One thing is clear. the allegation of a major scam involving the highest levels of government was never true and not correct and that has been established today" Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala accused the BJP of spreading lies and propaganda for years to come to power and said "today is the day for fixing accountability and responsibility" "Will all those people including Prime Minister Narendra Modi Arun Jaitley and other BJP leaders who for years made false propaganda and lies their stepping stone to come to power apologise to the country" he told reporters Surjewala said the BJP "stands exposed today before the country" and alleged that "speaking lies hatching conspiracies is the real DNA and nature of the BJP" "Will all such conspirators whose ‘sardars’ (leaders) including Modi Jaitley and their "pichhlagu and pitthu" (stooge) Rai should their accountability not be fixed" he asked Alleging that the BJP stands exposed for conspiring against the Congress Surjewala said Modi Jaitley and the BJP should publicly apologise to the 125 crore people of the country "Today the entire country after what this Supreme Court-monitored CBI court said asks why accountability of those who dubbed 2G spectrum a scam be not fixed Today is the day for demanding accountability and responsibility" he said Former telecom minister Kapil Sibal said "After the 2G judgment by the special court zero gain for BJP My position is vindicated" He said "today my words have been proved right There was no corruption there was no loss If there was any scam it was a scam of lies the Opposition’s and Rai’s lies Rai must apologise" The CAG had estimated a loss of Rs 176 lakh crore to the exchequer in 2008 2G spectrum allocation In his comments following the CAG report Sibal had claimed “zero loss” to the government Sibal on Thursday claimed a lot of NPAs are on account of the telecom companies whose licences were cancelled "They had to borrow money from banks and could not return and that is how many of the NPAs were accumulated" he said He said the telecom sector is "in dire straits thanks to Rai and thanks to the (then) Opposition and its leaders" "If you create an atmosphere of suspicion and that everything the UPA did was wrong and the Opposition gets on to the bandwagon the entire atmosphere is vitiated.then you have positions like this" he said Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad said "the truth has been revealed by the special CBI court" "The truth ultimately has prevailed It has been proved now that the BJP speaks lies and propaganda to win elections" he alleged Congress spokesperson Tom Vadakkan said the 2G verdict will remain a "black mark" in the history of CAG and Rai should be prosecuted "You know the CAG chief is today one of the strong advisors of the government posted on various boards and organisations and is being rewarded for what he has done That will remain a black mark in the history of CAG" Vadakkan said "He (Rai) should be prosecuted by the law of the land for creating such kind of excuses and cover-ups I think he should be prosecuted" the Congress spokesperson said "In this Parliament session they have a lot of questions to answer How can you do this to any political party People are watching this very closely This is going to echo across the country" Vadakkan said Former telecom minister A Raja and DMK MP Kanimozhi were on Thursday acquitted by a special court in the 2G spectrum scam case Fifteen other accused in the case and three companies were also acquitted By: IANS | Chennai | Published: December 3 2016 10:13 pm Director Kamal Haasan is currently recovering from a leg injury and not teaming up with writer-director Mouli Top News Actor Kamal Haasan who is currently recovering from a leg injury and writer-director Mouli are not teaming up for a Tamil outing contrary to reports “Kamal sir and Mouli had met a few months back but it was just a courtesy call They had discussed about teaming up in the future but it’s not happening now Right now Kamal sir wants to concentrate on completing pending work on aSabash Naidu’” a source close to Haasan told IANS Having completed the first schedule of Sabash Naidu in the US earlier this year Haasan had planned to complete the film by this year-end More from the world of Entertainment: Unfortunately a fracture to his leg after he slipped and fell at his residence in July wreaked havoc on his shoot plans “The plan was to resume shoot from December However the make-up team from the US which has to take care of Kamal sir’s prosthetic look won’t be available from the third week for December as they will go on a Christmas break Therefore the shoot had to be pushed to January next year” he said “Sabaash Naidu” a spin-off on Haasan’s Balram Naidu character from “Dasavatharam” is being simultaneously shot in Tamil Telugu and Hindi Also read:Dhanush Kamal Haasan laud Modi’s masterstroke of scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes The film also stars Shruti Haasan Ramya Krishnan and Brahmanandam in important roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: September 15 2017 7:49 am Mumbai Metro tunnel (File photo) Top News After the J N Petit Institute approached the Bombay High Court seeking relief from the Metro III work the nearby Siddharth college is also considering intervening in the matter after it noticed several cracks developing in their building Last month portion of a false ceiling in the basement of the college building had collapsed too “We have the same issues as the library has Fearing risk to the life of our students and staff we are considering the legal route” said Umaji Maske principal of the Siddharth College of Commerce & Economics The college has 4500 students and 125 staff members The building also houses Siddharth College of Law on the upper floors Maske claimed that the 127-year-old college was one of the oldest buildings on D N Road The college authorities claim vibrations caused by the Metro work are affecting the academic activities “How can students study in a classroom with intense vibrations They cannot even hear what the teacher is saying because of the loud noise created during piling” said Maske Raising concerns after the ceiling collapse the college wrote to the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation on August 26 “We are concerned that if this problem is not sorted out soon it may lead to a serious disaster and life of thousands of people will be at stake We considering the seriousness of the issue and its dangerous consequences would like to request you to please send your surveyor immediately and start the required repair and maintenance work as promised by your representative at the time of obtaining NOC from us for your project” the college said in the letter In its response the MMRC reportedly wrote to the college on August 28 saying the damage/cracks in its building existed even before the Metro construction began in May 2017 “While obtaining the NOC they had promised they would compensate us for any damage caused during construction However now they even refuse to take responsibility for it I have not even received the pre-construction building condition survey report If they cannot guarantee our safety then they should provide us an alternative location to allow our students to continue their academics smoothly” said Maske An MMRC spokesperson however said they had sent the building survey report to the law college “which is in the same building as the commerce college” “If they want us to send it separately to them we can do that” he said On the condition of the building structural engineer Jamshed Sukhadwalla said “The columns in the basement have bulged and buckled and the flooring on the second floor have separated showing an increase in loading in one part of the building I noticed the dates on the crack meters were of recent dates showing that monitoring was not being conducted from the time the piling began as MMRC claimed” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: October 21 2013 4:09 am Related News By Vasudha Chhotray October is the month of Durga Puja and like in the rest of the countrya warm festive spirit hangs in the air in Odisha There is a sense of life at its fullest Memories of Friday the 29th this same month in 1999 temporarily retreat to the background amidst the hope of celebration Is it surprising that an event 14 years ago should at all be a part of collective memory Those who have seen the scenes of catastrophe in 1999or spoken to people caught in it directlywill understand why the super-cyclone or mahabatya (in odiya) has become a marker in time of sorts Life before and after the mahabatya was how many in cyclone-affected villages told their stories The super-cyclone was a watershed moment for the state machinery of Odisha too Every single triumph of the government in ensuring the safety of nearly a million people after the occurrence of Cyclone Phailin owed itself to the systematic and thoughtful measures put in place after the debacle of 1999 This was clearly a government that had paid attention Institutionalising a dedicated disaster management authority with a considerable mandate has been at the centre of its strategy This body has overseen the modernisation of warning and surveillance systemsthe establishment of a large number of multipurpose cyclone sheltersthe creation of disaster rapid action force unitsand a process of sensitisation of local bureaucrats and elected functionaries to remain alert and prepared We know now that each measureamongst othershas played its part in minimising the body count The million strong evacuation is a rousing achievementand it has warmed the hearts of many Indianstired of cynical politicsthat a government in this country is actually capable of such a feat Phailin is firmly in the pastand people are coming home What they will seeor are already seeingwill remind them of 1999and the governments timely heroism will matter a little less Scenes of collapsed mud hutsstill pathetic homes to the vast majority of coastal residentsand wasted propertyare irrefutable proof of state failure to transform the landscape of housing in vulnerable areas In the days and weeks after the super-cyclone in 1999the government and many well-meaning NGOs offered assistance to create temporary shelters by providing materials like tarpaulin and bamboo Help was given to reconstruct these mud houses with some material assistance and meagre cash compensation (Rs 3500 for fully damaged kutcha houses in that year) from the Calamity Relief Fund Predictablythese were not enough to recreate even what had been lostlet alone to actually improve or upgrade to a superiorcyclone-re1sistant dwelling In most casesthe money was spent on food or medicine even before the cyclone victim could think of physically and emotionally undertaking the reconstruction People helped each other in the initial hoursdayseven weeksbut certainly not months or years Nor could they be expected to These are small farmers and landless wage labourers who also lost their livelihoods in a strokeand continue to feel the damaging effects of 1999 till today For manythese effects are reinforced by recurrent floodswhich strike Odisha on a regular basis In a handful of casesNGOs or catholic missionary organisations attempted to seek the involvement of the peoplein cash and labourto build more permanent pucca housing These were isolated casesand often regarded with contempt by locals A disaster like that created massive expectationsfar beyond what was availablecontinuously stoked by unprecedented media attention and floods of visitors With timeoffers of help also dwindled The states premier housing assistance programmethe Indira Awas Yojanais targeted at SCs/STsas well as non-SC/ST rural poor households With a grant-in-aid now of Rs 70000 towards the construction of a new unit in plain areas (previous rates were considerably loweraround Rs 22000 in the years after the super-cyclone)this intervention should have given a serious leg-up to households in their efforts to build a strongermore durable house It has not Cyclone-prone coastal districts in Odisha are dotted with miserablepartial structuresbuilt of inferior materials All too oftenhouseholds choose not to live in thesepreferring their older kutcha house next door IAY money has simply not been enough to produce the kind of house that will not fall down when wind speeds are more than 200 kph Many do not succeed in completing the first stage of construction necessary to get the next instalment The connections needed to influence official discretion are often lacking The most important lesson from 1999 for post-cyclone reconstruction now is that ultimatelythe state needs to do more than physically lift people when the warning strikesby consistently improving the capacities of people living in cyclone-prone areas The picture of an elected government even forcibly evacuating those unsure and unwilling to move to safety sends a strong message of a muscular state concerned for the wellbeing of its people This is also how it would like to be remembered But memory comes with forgettingand we must not allow our collective memories to lose sight of the suffering that has already begun to unfold This is a suffering that reeks of the state failing in its obligation to its citizenswhom it has a duty to remembereven when they are not at the verge of Phailinor its unborn cousinsno doubt lurking around in distant Octobers over not so distant seas The writer teaches at the School of International DevelopmentUniversity of East AngliaUK She conducted a UNDP-India supported study on the lessons learnt from the 1999 cyclone in Odisha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Ahead of next month’s assembly polls in Maharashtra Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party is witnessing an exodus with even ministers and sitting MLAs joining Shiv Sena and BJP To a lesser extent NCP’s former ally Congress too is witnessing the same phenomenon Representational image Ibnlive Sena and BJP in alliance bagged 42 out of the 48 Lok Sabha seats in the state in the May 2014 elections Junior NCP ministers in Maharashtra government Sanjay Savkhare and Uday Samant have joined BJP and Shiv Sena respectively Former union minister Suryakanta Patil and Vijay Kumar Gavit former Medical Education Minister have joined BJP Former state NCP chief Babanrao Pachpute is another senior leader to quit the party and join BJP Vijay Kamble who handled NCP’s labour cell Vasant Vani sitting MLAs Kisan Kathore and Laxman Jagtap former MLC Ram Pandagale are among others from the party who have joined BJP From Congress former Nanded MP and brother-in-law of (former Chief Minister) Ashok Chavan Bhaskarrao Patil-Khatgaonkar and sitting Panvel MLA Prashant Thakur have joined BJP Subhash Bane and Ganpat Kadam who had joined Congress with Narayan Rane when he quit Shiv Sena have returned to their parent party Another Rane aide Rajan Teli has switched sides from Congress to NCP while Ravindra Phatak has joined Shiv Sena PTI Written by The Indian Express | Published: August 29 2013 4:15 am Related News Both Sangh Parivar weeklies highlight the sinking feeling generated by the weakening rupee Articles by the same author in both talk about indiscriminate foreign investment and the spurt in gold imports necessitated by the assessment of the UPAs scamsters of gold as the safest bet.Sabarmati Central Jail?so that our list of 150 consists of a half-dozen subsets of people who barely know of one another? travel to the north-east to face promoted Middlesbrough, either side of a Champions League defeat to Feyenoord.

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