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“You can no longer blame your genes. both in Jammu and Kashmir and on the border with Pakistan, Subsequently, in #Paralympics You have made INDIA proud…. great job — Sakshi Malik (@SakshiMalik) 14 September 2016 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Kedar Nagarajan | Delhi | Updated: February 4 2016 9:58 pm Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia inspects a garbage dump in Patparganj Praveen Khanna Related News East Delhi residents have a fight on their hands It is a fight to ignore piles of garbage and block the stench The Indian Express visited Preet Vihar Azad Nagar Kanti Nagar Patparganj Krishnanagar and other areas in East Delhi Tuesday as the strike by municipal corporation employees demanding salaries arrears and unification of the civic bodies completed a week The areas like other parts of the capital are facing the backlash of sanitation workers’ agitation PWD department has chipped in to clean the garbage but residents worry about how long such measures will help MCD Strike: A Look At The Delhi Streets & Delhi Govt’s Response On day seven of the strike street corners were strewn with equal amounts of dry and wet waste Several open drains were packed and dust on the roads assaulted the senses B S Vohra president of the East Delhi Resident Welfare Associations’ Joint Front said people in East Delhi were no stranger to streets and drains packed with filth “This is the third time in the last year that the workers have gone on strike On both previous occasions the area seemed like a sea of garbage It is the same again this time Sad as it is to say it is actually good that students of MCD-run schools do not have working days at present because heaps of garbage are right outside these schools” Another worrying factor for residents is people are reportedly burning garbage in an open drain between Krishnanagar and Azad Nagar Vohra said “As a result of there being no workers to clear the waste several residents have resorted to burning small piles of garbage at street corners at night and even bigger piles in the open drain This is against the orders passed by the National Green Tribunal and is nullifying the mild changes that the odd-even scheme brought about in the area” Rinku who sells samosas and chai from a cart not far from the open drain said “The area has started to smell too much for people to feel like taking their chai break here I experienced the same thing the last time the sanitation workers went on strike But no one can fault the workers If I do not get paid even I would not work” Residents of the area also have concerns about children’s health “I have heard many of my neighbours complaining about their children falling sick especially in the last week These are neighbours who can afford private hospitals Considering that MCD hospital staff are also on strike I cannot imagine what the state of affairs is for those who rely on them” said Anil Sindhwani a resident For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: April 6 2016 4:49 am Related News WHILE THE Chandigarh administration in its revised Smart City proposal has set its sights on developing the city as a start-up incubation hub its track record in this sector is nothing to write home about Chandigarh’sambitious Entrepreneur Development Centre (EDC) has failed to attract budding entrepreneurs Set up at the Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park (RGCTP) the EDC built at a cost of Rs 18 crore and inaugurated in 2009 has a total of 19 bays covering over 20000 square feet Only three of these bays however are currently occupied And even of the three one company is vacating by next month A total of 11 bays fully furnished are reserved for start-ups while the remaining eight are for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Share This Article Related Article Since its inception the four-storey centre has struggled to attract young entrepreneurs despite repeated attempts at inviting applications The norm of allotting bays on the basis of bidding however is being seen as one of the main reasons for the centre failing to attract start-ups The owner of a company operating from the centre said the tenure of three years that the firms are allowed to stay is another reason for the lack of interest “The administration needs to increase the period as three years is too short By the time a company starts establishing itself it has to leave” said the owner on request of anonymity Not only that the bays allegedly have a faulty design and lack proper ventilation system UT director (information technology) Prince Dhawan though said the administration is in the process of changing the allotment process to attract young entrepreneurs “Our aim is to give space to budding companies and not to firms just looking for office space at low rents” Dhawan said In its revised Smart City proposal the administration has laid stress on its plans to develop the city as a incubation and knowledge hub Chandigarh has promised to facilitate financial assistance technical support and knowledge sharing to budding entrepreneurs and has proposed to develop itself as a knowledge hub by creating a platform for collaboration among all its major institutions such as Panjab University Punjab Engineering College Post Graduate Institute of Medical Research and Education (PGIMER ) and the Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH) The administration is planning to come up with a centre for innovation and start-ups Space for the centre has been earmarked at the Government Press building Despite failing to make it to the first 20 cities to be developed as a smart city Chandigarh figures on the list of 23 cities of which 20 will be put on fast track These fast-track cities will get the same funds as smart cities and will have to re-submit their proposals for this purpose by April 15 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 1 2016 3:22 pm Parineeti will voice the female protagonist in Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG” Top News After Bollywood actor Gulshan Grover actress Parineeti Chopra has joined the voice cast of Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG” They will lend their voice to characters in the dubbed Hindi version of the fantasy adventure film set to release in India on July 15 Parineeti will voice the female protagonist of the movie She has dubbed for Sophie played by 12-year-old Ruby Barnhill in “The BFG” aka “The Big Friendly Giant” read a statement Share This Article Related Article The actress decided to take up the part as she loved the character and it will be her first Hollywood project Parineeti will also be seen in Homi Adjania’s next film “Takadum” which will see her star opposite her “Shuddh Desi Romance” co-star Sushant Singh Rajput Parineeti had tweeted: “So excited about this one My next film ‘Takadum’ with the amazing Homi Adajania” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Tokyo | Published: December 21 2016 6:04 pm Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike arrives at the Four-Party Working Group meeting in Tokyo (Source: AP) Top News Tokyo 2020 organisers unveiled on Wednesday a budget of $168 billion for hosting the next Summer Games and vowed to seek further savings in co-operation with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which has been calling for them to cut costs At an open meeting of a four-party working group that includes the IOC organisers said they estimated overall costs of 16 to 18 trillion yen ($15-$168 billion) the first official figures they have released since winning hosting rights At a previous meeting about three weeks ago organisers had said costs could run to as much as 2 trillion yen a level that IOC Vice President John Coates had deemed too high “We are pleased with the progress we are continuing to make” Coates said via video conference on Wednesday He noted the $47 billion portion for the organising committee’s budget would all be paid for through sponsorship IOC contributions and other private funds at zero cost to the public meaning they were really looking at a budget of $121 billion “The four-party political working group will continue to operate and play an important role going forward in the budget process” Coates said Tokyo won hosting rights largely on its reputation for efficiency but organisers have been embarrassed as budget projections were seen soaring far beyond the 734 billion yen that was estimated during the bid process A Tokyo city government panel commissioned by Governor Yuriko Koike warned in September that expenses could balloon to as much 3 trillion yen The IOC is worried such lofty figures could scare off future bidders after cities like Rome and Boston dropped out of the 2024 race “I appreciate we have reached a very significant milestone” Koike said “We are still keen to see further savings” The Tokyo panel had recommended using existing facilities for three venues instead of building new ones in line with the IOC’s “Agenda 2020” initiative which calls for utilising more existing infrastructure to ease the burden of hosting Koike ultimately abandoned plans to use existing venues for the rowing/canoeing swimming and volleyball but cost-cutting steps such as reducing the number of seats at the swimming arena will save around $400 million Organisers noted a rise in construction costs which have jumped due to rebuilding from Japan’s earthquake and tsunami five years ago They also said the projected cost of temporary facilities had more than doubled as the bid file had not accounted for items like design costs surrounding greenery and temporary toilets In addition they have now set a budget of $1-$28 billion for contingencies and a $38 billion service budget for transport security and other costs that had not been included in their bid Coates does not think such a large amount for contingencies will be required and that the service budget could provide additional cuts “The feeling we have is there are savings to be found there” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 7:34 pm Dattu Bhokanal the lone rower in fray from India will now have to fight for the minor placings (Source: AP) Related News Indian rower Dattu Baban Bhokanal who was already out of the medal reckoning on Saturday finished 15th in overall rankings in the men’s single sculls at the Rio Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday He stood first in the final ranking race with a time of 6:5496 which was best among the four races he participated in the Games Bhokanal finished ahead of five other competitors — Hungary’s Bendeguz Molnar Petervari Rosso Brian of Argentina Memo of Indonesia Korea’s Kim Dongyong and Jhonatan Esquivel of Uruguay Earlier Bhokanal had clocked 6:5989 to cover a distance of 2000m little more than six seconds behind the third and last qualifier from the quarterfinal 4 Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk (6:5352) from Poland Croatia’s Damir Martin the London Olympics silver medallist won the quarterfinal with a far superior timing of 6:4444 ahead of second-placed Alan Campbell (6:4941) Armyman Bhokanal whose ailing mother is an Intensive Care Unit of a hospital in India had clocked 7:2167s in the Heats He commenced strongly and was second going past the 500metre mark but then gradually slowed down to lose his chance of advancing Bhokanal the lone rower in fray from India will now have to fight for the minor placings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: June 1 2015 8:21 pm Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds has revealed that his upcoming movie “Deadpool” has wrapped filming (Source: Instagram) Related News Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds has revealed that his upcoming movie “Deadpool” has wrapped filming The 38-year-old actor “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” star posted a picture of a carving he presumably left from a shoot location commemorating the end of the shoot and forever immortalising Deadpool’s presence reported Entertainment Weekly Share This Article Related Article Reynolds also posted a photo on Instagram with a thank you message for his fans and crew “Deadpool” may have concluded filming but there is plenty of post-production work left to be done The film is likely to hit theatres on Feb 12 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 11 2016 7:06 pm Joshna Chinappa(left) had gone out in the quarterfinal stage of the China Open a PSA World Tour event Express Image (representational) Top News Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa rose to 10th while Deepika Pallikal remained static at 19th in the latest Professional Squash Association (PSA) rankings Chinappa who who had slipped to 12th after initially breaking into top-10 in July has regained the position even as Pallikal held on to the 19th position In the men’s rankings Saurav Ghosal dropped to 21st from his previous perch of 17th Mahesh Mangaonkar gained a position to be on 60th while Vikram Malhotra remained 73rd Harinder Pal Sandhu improved to 79th In the women’s section Sachika Ingale slipped to 84 Chinappa and Ghosal had gone out in the quarterfinal stage of the USD 100000 China Open a PSA World Tour event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Preview: History beckons trailblazers Bengaluru FC as they lock horns with Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya of Iraq in the summit clash of AFC Cup at Doha on Saturday aiming to become the first Indian football club to clinch a continental title Bengaluru FC have already created history by becoming the first Indian club to qualify for the final of a continental tournament after they defeated defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim in the semifinals on 4-2 aggregate last month Before this the farthest an Indian club had advanced in a continental tournament was the two AFC Cup semifinal appearances by Dempo in 2008 and East Bengal in 2013 But a bigger glory which will be unprecedented in the annals of Indian football history awaits Bengaluru as they prepare to clash with the Iraqi side which just like the Indian club is also playing in its maiden AFC Cup final at the Qatar Sports Club Stadium Bengaluru FC will lock horns with Air Force Club of Iraq in the AFC Cup final in Doha AFP No football team from India a laggard in the international arena has won an Asian level title since the national side bagged the 1962 Jakarta Asian Games gold East Bengal won the first ASEAN Championship in Indonesia in 2003 beating Thai club BEC Tero Sasana 3-1 in the final But that was a tournament competed by 10 sides from South East Asian countries plus East Bengal representing India as an invitational team It will be a remarkable achievement for Bengaluru owned by JSW Steel if they win the AFC Cup title in just the third year of their inception Bengaluru won the 2013-14 I-League title in their debut appearance They finished second in 2014-15 season and then reclaimed the title this year In between they won the Federation Cup in 2015 The Bengaluru-based side coached by Albert Roca a former assistant coach at FC Barcelona have been in superb form in the tournament winning six times losing thrice and drawing twice They are also expected to get the homelike feeling here as a large number of Indian expatriates settled in Qatar will be rooting for them Many people had not given a chance to Bengaluru when they took on Johor in the semifinals as the Malaysian side had beaten them twice in the group stage But Bengaluru staked their claim for glory by earning a 1-1 away draw in the first leg of the semifinals before a 3-1 victory in the second at home Bengaluru players led by India captain Sunil Chhetri will have the extra motivation to chase history tomorrow but they will have to play out of their skin against a top class Iraqi side which have at least four national team players and have won eight out of 11 matches in the tournament They drew twice and lost once Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya have scored 26 goals in 11 matches so far in their campaign with 15 coming from their rampaging striker Hammadi Ahmed Abdullah a national team player "We have to fight hard and lift our level on Saturday because it’s the final of the AFC Cup competition We will look to reduce our mistakes and — although we must respect our opponents — we must focus very strongly in the game" said Ahmed Roca however is not unduly worried about their opponents’ goal-scoring spree "I’ve said more than a few times that we play to our strengths We have got to be brave and I don’t see how going defensive translates to being brave Yes they are a good side that loves scoring but we back ourselves" said Roca The Spanish gaffer have to ensure that his defensive line-up led by John Johnson and Juanan will have to remain rock-solid tomorrow if his side is to have any chance of winning the coveted title Bengaluru defence looked shaky in the group stages as they conceded 10 goals while scoring only nine though the back-line improved its performance in the knock-out stages Roca will also hope that his inspirational captain and striker Sunil Chhetri continue with his splendid form of the second leg semifinals in Bengaluru Chhetri who has netted five goals so far in the tournament struck twice in the 3-1 win over Johor his second strike emerging as the talk of town and arguably one of the best goals of his illustrious career Bengaluru will also be happy to learn that Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya will be without the services of influential midfielder Bashar Rasan and centre-back Samal Saaed through suspension The 19-year-old midfielder Bashar has recently made his debut for the Iraqi national team He has quickly become one of the most important players for his club Saaed has played in 10 out of his side’s 11 matches in this tournament and is their first choice centre-back On the other hand Bengaluru FC will miss the services of first choice goalkeeper Amrinder Singh who is suspended and he will be replaced by 23-year-old Lalthuammawia Ralte Young Udanta Singh is also likely to play a part as he has recovered from an injury He last came on as a substitute against Tampines Rovers in their 1-0 win in the quarterfinals in September With inputs from PTI Written by Mihika Basu | Mumbai | Published: July 29 2012 2:36 am Related News Nearly a year after the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) made a slew of recommendations to prevent students from committing suicide and two years after commissioning the research study on Student suicide in Maharashtra: remedies and suggestions, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 14,who are BFF 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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: November 20, which claims he suffers from "diabetes,Saraf said. One Nilesh Chauhan and 10 other employees are also suspected in the case.

World number eight Adam Scott has confirmed he will not travel to Rio because of his busy schedule.#TekiTanka. For all the latest Pune News, Related News Last year, When shown images of the family, Last month’s Montreal event happened to be their last tournament together.

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