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Similar workshops will be held at other old age homes for active senior citizens groups, R K MalabadesecretaryPDLSA said In additiona panel of 13 lawyers will give advice to senior citizens from Pune district These lawyers are experts in civilcriminalrevenuefamilyconsumerland reference and other cases If a senior citizen need to file casethe PDLSA will help him In casethe jurisdiction is outside Pune districtthe PDLSA will refer him to legal aid services from the concerned district,By: Press Trust of India | London | Published: July 7 who is now a close friend of the “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” star, Parameshwara quickly retracted his comment. main bhi dekhti hoon mujhe kaun hatata hai (This is a temple, talk to them and encourage them.Course after a third round of 71. Such festivals have been happening internationally but they showcase only films. And in Kim Ke-Duk? which was started in 2001 by the tourism wing of the Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Development Corporation (CITCO).

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“I thought I’d head it anyway and see what happens. none of them were going in, Top News Actress Waluscha de Sousa says the one thing which she learnt from Shah Rukh Khan after working in “Fan” was to put in complete effort for the film.10, The Karnataka Assembly Speaker’s ruling was,a love of children and animals that was recognisably real.t feel the need to look perfect. Therefore, Manipulation of Data: Besides the risk of eavesdropping, Official sources in Delhi said the clashes were triggered last evening over the Facebook post about a holy site.A demonstration was held in front of the Baduria police station by the people belonging to one community In an indirect reference to Modi’s Israel visit Mamatasaid "He is going abroad to forge unity and the country is on fire This must be stopped"She said "I told police to stop it They should have blocked the Facebook account But how many Facebook accounts can be blocked If the police had opened fire 200 people would have been killed" The chief minister appealed to top leaders of both the communities that her government would not tolerate "this hooliganism" State BJP president Dilip Ghosh said if the governor asked her about the incident where was the question of her being insulted Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Tuesday said that the loan waiver decision was due to its constant "throttling" of the Maharashtra government and that it has opted to remain in power to shake chairs of "lazy" persons File Image of Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackrey PTI The Sena said the protests by farmers had its backing and the party’s message was "either to announce a complete loan waiver or get strangulated to death" "The government adopted a dictator-like stand over farmer protests Yet farmers’ unity was the defeat of the government By announcing an in-principle loan waiver the government has managed to loosen the noose that had tightened around its neck" the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamna It said that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should be congratulated for announcing a loan waiver without asking for a guarantee that farmers henceforth will not commit suicide "The government though has not announced the loan waiver with an open heart It is the result of our constant throttling of the government This is the answer to the question of why are we in power" it said "We are not in power to merely warm (ministers) seats but shake the seats of lazy persons Though we cannot give a guarantee about what will happen later" it added The Sena said the government should also give in-principle approval to stop the construction of the Mumbai-Nagur Expressway "Farmers loan waiver should not get stuck in the intricacies of the word ‘in-principle’ or it will bear the brunt of breaching the trust of people The government should immediately clarify the time period to fulfil the in principle announcement" the Sena said Two days ago the Maharashtra government had announced a loan waiver for farmers and decided to form a committee to decide the criteria of debt relief after which cultivators called off their protests "The government has in principle decided to waive farmers’ loans with certain stipulations The loans of farmers with small and medium land holdings stand waived from today itself" Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil had said New Delhi: The Delhi government today cleared the Jan Lokpal Bill paving the way towards creating the post of an anti-graft ombudsman which it claimed was similar to the one proposed during the Anna Hazare movement and will table it in the Assembly soon "A strict Lokpal which won’t be a mere slogan which won’t be limited to symbolism. that particular bill of the Anna movement has been passed by the cabinet by the name Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill 2015 This is the same bill which came up during the Anna movement without any changes" Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia saidDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal PTI The draft bill among other provisions also brings the office of the chief minister under its purview and is in the lines of the Uttarakhand Lokpal Bill which stipulates time-bound probe Following the decision Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the bill will be tabled in the Assembly soon while Sisodia said that the Business Advisory Committee will take a call on when to table the bill A senior government official said the government will make every possible effort to get it passed in this ongoing Winter Session Leader of Opposition Vijender Gupta who earlier tried to corner the government over non-tabling of the bill on the floor of the House said the government’s move was out of "compulsion" "If the news is true then it is our success since BJP has been demanding tabling of the bill Although the government was not inclined to bring the bill it did so under compulsion it seems" Gupta said "Any dilution of the original bill won’t be acceptable to the Congress The bill that was laid during the first stint of the AAP government should be brought" Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken said The Aam Aadmi Party traces its roots to the Jan Lokpal movement which was spearheaded by anti-graft activist Anna Hazare In its first term the AAP had introduced the bill in the Assembly in February 2014 However Kejriwal resigned within 49 days of assuming office on being unable to garner support to get it passed PTI By: PTI | Chennai | Updated: December 16 2016 12:35 am Joe Root was not ready to let go a chance to do some knocking (Source: AP) Top News Necessity as they say is the mother of invention and England’s premier batsman Joe Root showed the way as he decided to take throwdowns on the cemented road with the practice pitches at the Chepauk stadium badly damaged due to Cyclone Vardah The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) had expressed regret as it was practically impossible to get the practice pitches ready for a proper net session after the devastating cyclone had ravaged the city damaging the properties of the stadium While most of the players of the two teams did some fielding practice Root was not ready to let go a chance to do some knocking To everyone’s surprise Root took two of the team’s support staff including the throwdown expert and they zeroed in a cemented road inside the stadium compound The road being a smooth one Root started taking throwdowns The ball used is turf ball normally used for concrete pitches where the players practice pull or hook shots No nets No problem…@root66 will practice anywhere #INDvENG pictwittercom/NmzZrgpweN — England Cricket (@englandcricket) 15 December 2016 Root was seen hitting a backfoot drive through the cover region In fact England and Wales Cricket Board’s official twitter handle also posted a video of Root’s unique net session “No nets No problem…@root66 will practice anywhere” ECB tweeted In fact the official twitter handle also complimented the efforts put in by the TNCA and its staff for getting the ground ready post Cyclone Vardah “The ground staff are doing a fine job readying the stadium for Friday’s Test after the devastation caused by Cyclone Vardah” they had tweeted In fact earlier in the day skipper Alastair Cook said that this is the first time that he will be going into a Test match without a proper net session but it is nothing compared to what people have lost “Cricket players face all kinds of situations I think it is my 140th game and I have never played in a game where we haven’t had nets but sometimes you have to remember what happened in the cyclone people lost their lives” said Cook For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Melbourne | Published: November 20 2016 3:50 pm South Africa is set to play in the first day-night Test match inAdelaide (Source: File) Top News South Africa’s bowlers and batsmen showed aptitude with the pink ball as it prepared for a day-night test against Australia in a one-day tour match against Victoria Left-arm spinner Tabraiz Shamsi staked a claim for a test debut taking 4-72 from 12 overs as South Africa dismissed Victoria for 258 in the floodlit match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Hashim Amla top-scored with 81 as South Africa’s batsmen familiarized themselves with pink-ball cricket ahead of their first day-night test in Adelaide on Thursday The tourists reached 205-4 in their 50 overs Opener Dean Elgar made 40 before retiring and Temba Bavuma made an unbeaten 33 though Stephen Cook failed again and was out for 11 Fast bowler Vernon Philander missed the match as he nursed a sore shoulder injured in a collision with Australia captain Steve Smith during the second test at Perth Shamsi’s bowling was the main bright spot for South Africa whose captain Faf du Plessis is facing a ball-tampering charge arising from the second test Test fast bowler Kagiso Rabada took three wickets in an impressive spell of four overs and Kyle Abbott also produced a strong opening spell of five overs which conceded 12 runs Philander’s fitness for the third test may be in question because of his shoulder injury Morne Morkel who has missed the first two tests because of fitness concerns was the only South African bowler to have two spells and he finished with no wicket for 42 from nine overs Dwaine Pretorius bowled six overs at a cost of 19 runs Shamsi is competing with Keshav Maharaj for the spinner’s role in the third test though Maharaj has played well in the test series which South Africa leads 2-0 Maharaj took 1-40 from six overs but Shamsi seemed to cause the batsmen more concern He acknowledged speculation that Australian batsman are struggling to read his variations “That’s a theory going around” he said “You can’t necessarily say it’s a given thing it’s not a proven thing “But I’m really happy with the way I’ve gone personally against them Hopefully it continues” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHurricane Maria hammers Puerto Rico causes wide destruction | Reuters World Reuters Sep 21 2017 00:32:10 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 21 2017 00:32 AM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2017 00:32 AM Tags : There were ugly scenes at Feroz Shah Kotla ground as rival captains Gautam Gambhir and Manoj Tiwary nearly came to exchanging blows during the Ranji Trophy match between Delhi and Bengal today Situation came to such a pass that umpire K Srinath had to come between the two players as Gambhir moved towards Tiwary to hit him and he also came charging at the Delhi skipper File picture of Gautam Gambhir PTI In fact in an unprecedented ugly gesture Gambhir even pushed umpire Srinath who was trying to get him out of the way to hit Tiwary Touching umpire is a grave offence in cricket which could invite a ban The incident happened in 71 over when Partha Sarathi Bhattacharjee got out of Manan Sharma’s bowling and Tiwary came in to bat at No 4 wearing a cap Tiwary first took guard and was about to take strike But he stopped the bowler and signalled at the dressing room to bring his helmet as a pacer was operating from the other end Delhi players felt that it was a deliberate time wasting tactic Manan ticked off Manoj and he told him to lay off All of a sudden Gambhir at first slip got into the action and started abusing the Bengal skipper who then retaliated Suddenly all hell broke loose as Gambhir said: "Shaam ko mil tujhe maroonga (Meet me in the evening I will hit you) And Tiwary retorted saying: "Shaam kya abhi bahar chal (Why wait till evening let’s go out and settle it now") Umpire Srinath then sprinted from bowler’s end Gambhir with his fists raised charged towards Tiwary who was also not ready to back down Umpire Srinath came in the middle but Gambhir to everyone’s horror pushed the umpire trying to get him out of the way Manoj was then seen shouting at Gambhir saying: "Did I tell you anything Why did you have to come in between" Both Tiwary and Gambhir will be summoned by the match referee Valmick Buch PTI Cincinnati:World No 7 Alexander Zverev on Tuesday paired with Indian doubles legend Leander Paes for the first time in this year’s tournament to make a particularly ‘odd couple’ Alexander Zverev and Leander Paes in action in the opening round of the Cincinnati Masters AFP The 20-year-old German singles specialist and the 44-year-old Paes lost to Spain’s Feliciano and Marc Lopez 2-6 7-6 (7/2) 10-6 in a jam-packed outer stadium match "He needs someone very high ranked to get in those tournaments He asked me if I can help him out I’m like yeah sure" Zverev said "I know him quite well He’s a good guy Unfortunately we lost but it was fun" But Zverev insisted that his doubles appearances will be "not very often" Meanwhile in the first round of the men’s singles event India’s Ramkumar Ramanathan beat United States qualifier Christopher Eubanks 6-7(5/7) 6-1 6-4 in a match that lasted 107 minutes Ramanathan rallied from one-set down to seal the match with a volley followed by a simplepush into the vacant court Lucky loser keeps getting [email protected] 1994 makes his way into the @CincyTennis second round#CincyTennis pictwittercom/m1lyG8AjLq — Tennis TV (@TennisTV) August 15 2017 Though Ramanathan lost to Germany’s Maximilian Marterer in the final qualifier he made the cut to the main draw of Cincinnati Masters after Frenchman Gael Monfils withdrew from the tournament citing illness In the second round ‘lucky loser’ Ramanathan will face American Jared Donaldson who took down 12th seeded Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6(7/5) 6-3 With inputs from AFP

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