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The economic viability of the project is a major issue with the bidders, said a senior officer For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Yadav | Chandigarh | Published: July 18 2012 1:37 am Related News A week after the Municipal Corporation was penalised by the UT Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum for levying commercial charges on a residential water meterthe forum on Tuesday again ruled against the civic bodythis timefor issuing a wrong water bill on a replaced meter Kanwar Gulwant Singha resident of Sector 44alleged that in January 2010his water meter was replaced by the Municipal Corporation (MC)without any request from his side According to himhe was not told the reading of the new meter at the time of its installation He received a bill of Rs 10985 in Junefollowing which he deposited the requisite fee for testing of the water meter Singh said that before change of the meterhis bills were restricted between Rs 210 and Rs 400 When he approached the MC water supply sub-division he was told to deposit the billed amountwhich he did under protest In July 2010however the defective meter was removed and a new meter was installed which then gave correct reading according to the consumption units It was pleaded by the Corporation officials in a written statement that since the meter in the adjoining house of the complainant was changed in routinethe water meter of the complainant also got changedthe first timeby mistake Theyhoweverdenied that the reading of the replaced meter was not disclosed to the complainant The forum directed it to adjust the dues of subsequent bills from the amount of Rs 10329 The MC was also told to compensate Singh with Rs 10000 and pay Rs 7000 of litigation costs For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Penalty goals for handling the ball on the line could be a thing of the future if proposals compiled by the International Football Association Board’s (IFAB) technical director are accepted The proposals in a document titled ‘Play Fair’ which also include players being able to play free-kicks and corners to themselves are to be debated over the next nine months and could be added to at a meeting of IFAB football’s global rule making body in July The intention is to increase the amount of playing time according to The Times who have seen the document Representational image AFP "It is a radical document" IFAB technical director David Elleray told The Times "You could say that it is a quiet revolution aimed at getting football even better "My starting point was to look at the laws and say ‘what are they for’ and if there is no particular reason then would changing them make the game better" added Elleray a former leading referee Awarding a goal for handball on the line would have probably seen Ghana reach the 2010 World Cup semi-finals as Uruguay’s Luis Suarez was sent off for handling Dominic Adiyiah’s goal-bound shot on the line in the dying seconds of extra-time — Asamoah Gyan failed to convert the penalty and the South American side went on to win in the penalty shootout Elleray also recommends that referees only be able to blow the whistle for half-time or full-time when the ball is out of play and penalties being awarded if a goalkeeper handles a backpass On the other hand goalkeepers will be able to play goal kicks to team-mates inside the area with their opponents obliged to be outside it However for those taking a penalty there may be no second chance should their first effort be saved and rebound into play — the document recommends that a goalkick be awarded automatically "There would thus be no need for players to crowd on the edge of the penalty area ready to run in early" reads the document "To discourage them further if an attacking player enters the penalty area before the penalty kick is taken the kick is ‘missed’; if a defending player does the same and the kick is missed/saved it is retaken" Manchester:Manchester United have appointed a counter-terrorism manager and believe they are the first Premier League club to do so reports said on Wednesday The English football giants who suffered two embarrassing security blunders in recent months appointed an unnamed former member of the Manchester police and made the announcement at a fans’ forum recently the BBC and other British media said A view of Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium Reuters Old Trafford is now subject to some of the most stringent security measures on match days with spectators searched at the turnstiles and cars also undergoing checks when they want to enter the car park It comes after last May’s Premier League match with Bournemouth saw spectators evacuated from Old Trafford when a suspect package was discovered in a toilet The package proved to be harmless and had been placed there — and then forgotten about — by a security firm during a training exercise The match had to be played at a later date In another breach two audacious United fans on a tour of Old Trafford last November hid in the loos hoping to be able then to gain access to their game with Arsenal Their hopes were dashed as they were discovered and handed over to police By: AP | Toronto | Published: July 28 2016 8:54 am Novak Djokovic will face qualifier Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic in the third round (Source: Reuters) Top News Top-ranked Novak Djokovic survived a scare to beat Gilles Muller 7-5 7-6 (3) on Wednesday in the Rogers Cup his final event before the Rio Olympics The Serbian star won the event that rotates between Toronto and Montreal in 2007 2011 and 2012 Djokovic struggled against Muller in his first hard-court match since March both with his serves and his short game Ultimately unforced errors were Muller’s undoing with both sets easily in reach of the unseeded player from Luxembourg Djokovic will face qualifier Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic in the third round Third-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan downed American Dennis Novikov 6-4 7-5; and fourth-seeded Milos Raonic of Canada beat Taiwan’s Lu Yen-hsun 6-3 6-3 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 14 2015 11:54 am Vijay Chander whose forthcoming Tamil actioner ‘Vaalu’ releases in cinemas on Friday says actor Silambarasan aka Simbu never gave up on the project despite several months of delay for it to hit the screens Related News Debutant director Vijay Chander whose forthcoming Tamil actioner ‘Vaalu’ releases in cinemas on Friday says actor Silambarasan aka Simbu never gave up on the project despite several months of delay for it to hit the screens “Simbu could have left the project midway and moved on But he didn’t because he knew it was my first film and understood how important it would be for me He didn’t give up on me or the project and I’ll always be indebted to him for life for that” Chander told IANS The film which originally went on floors in 2012 is finally gearing up for release Vijay blames time for the delay “Sometimes when time doesn’t work in your favour things go haywire One of the mistakes that we made was taking a break after the first schedule Unfortunately I couldn’t reassemble my actors because most of them are popular and were busy with multiple projects Hence we had to wait” he said “In the beginning we were shooting at a railway station set in Hyderabad We were forced to stop shooting for about six months after a bomb blast in the city We could have recreated the set elsewhere and completed the shoot but it involved lot of cost” he said While the delay was inevitable Vijay still considers “Vaalu” a special project “I’ll treasure the time I spent with Simbu on this journey Had we finished the film in a year we would have moved on and probably never stayed in touch This delay strengthened our bond” he said The film happened because of comedian Santhanam and the film’s composer SS Thaman “They’re my good friends They always wished to see me as director It was in Thaman’s music studio that I met Simbu for the first time He had come there to record some song Simbu just heard half hour of the story and gave his nod” he added Vijay says “Vaalu” an out-and-out entertainer is a tailor-made script for Simbu “It’s about a guy from a middle class family his love and his friends It will be like a Rajinikanth film aimed to entertain different sections of the audience Irrespective of their age each viewer will relate with the film one way or the other” he said The film he says is best suited for Simbu’s image “Some stories are written keeping in mind the image of an actor I wrote ‘Vaalu’ keeping in mind Simbu his mannerism and attitude It’s a film with lot of mass elements that only Simbu could do justice” said Vijay who gave prime importance to screenplay and dialogues in the film “The dialogues are already a hit thanks to the response from the film’s trailers If a film has to work it heavily relies on screenplay and dialogues” he added The film also stars Hansika Motwani as Simbu’s love interest For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsManchester City manager Pep Guardiola will not allow his players time off for Christmas as he wants to ensure they are fully prepared for Monday’s Premier League trip to basement team Hull City Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola (C) with his players AP Guardiola whose side are third and trail leaders Chelsea by seven points said he consulted his players before taking the decision "They gave me good advice about what it means to play on Boxing Day at Hull City" he told a news conference on Friday "We’re going to train tomorrow (Saturday) and on the 25th then get a bus in the afternoon to Hull We’re going to prepare like it’s not Christmas" Captain Vincent Kompany who has not played since the middle of November is still out with a knee injury while defender Pablo Zabaleta faces a late fitness test after picking up a knock in the 2-1 win over Arsenal Striker Sergio Aguero will serve the last game of a four-match suspension but midfielder Fernandinho has completed a three-match ban "What I have learned in my short time here is the gap between the first 10 teams and last 10 is not that big" Guardiola said "Other people said before I came here how complicated all the games are so I am not expecting easy games We have to be prepared It’s my first year here "Hull started quite well Of course the situation is not good but I saw many many games and they are a special team" costing around Rs 700 crore ? declared tax-free.
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But when the advocates resisted.ve done outside the Midival Punditz, he saysadding that Raj would see the same support if he were to launch a solo act For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: July 25 2017 2:16 pm The moon has more water than previously thought according to a new study conducted by Brown University (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar) Related News Numerous volcanic deposits distributed across the surface of the Moon contain unusually high amounts of trapped water compared with surrounding terrains a new study of satellite data has revealed The study found evidence of water in nearly all of the large ‘pyroclastic’ (fragments of rock formed after volcano eruptions) deposits that had been previously mapped across the Moon’s surface including deposits near the Apollo 15 and 17 landing sites where the water-bearing glass bead samples were collected The finding of water in these ancient deposits which are believed to consist of glass beads formed by the explosive eruption of magma coming from the deep lunar interior bolsters the idea that the lunar mantle is surprisingly water-rich researchers said in a paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience “The key question is whether those Apollo samples represent the bulk conditions of the lunar interior or instead represent unusual or perhaps anomalous water-rich regions within an otherwise ‘dry’ mantle” said lead author Ralph Milliken Associate Professor at the Brown University “By looking at the orbital data we can examine the large ‘pyroclastic’ deposits on the Moon that were never sampled by the Apollo or Luna missions The fact that nearly all of them exhibit signatures of water suggests that the Apollo samples are not anomalous so it may be that the bulk interior of the Moon is wet” Milliken added Scientists first traced amounts of water in 2008 when some of the volcanic glass beads brought back to Earth from the Apollo 15 and 17 missions overturning the previous held assumption that the interior of the Moon had been largely depleted of water and other volatile compounds In 2011 study of tiny crystalline formations within those beads revealed that they actually contain similar amounts of water as some basalts on Earth That suggests that the Moon’s mantle parts of it at least contain as much water as Earth’s For the study scientists used orbital spectrometers to measure the light that bounces off a planetary surface “By looking at which wavelengths of light are absorbed or reflected by the surface scientists can get an idea of which minerals and other compounds are present” the researchers noted For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: August 30 2010 3:57 pm Top News A severe global shortage of radioactive isotopes that enable life-saving medical scans may make healthcare costlier and complicateaccording to experts Medical isotopes are the tiny amounts of short-lived radioactive substances that get injected into patients They then congregate within bone or other tissuesand show up as lit areas in medical scans That method enables 20 million medical scans and other treatmentssuch as targeting cancer cells for destructioneach year Butthe recent shortages have forced physicians to begin cutting back on the procedures “There has been some move away from nuclear medicine procedures to other imaging technologies that involve more radiation to the patient and higher cost” said Robert Atcherdirector of the National Isotope Development Centre under the U S Department of Energy About 80 per cent of the nuclear medicine procedures rely upon the isotope technetium-99mwhich has a “half-life” of just six hours That means the radioactive substance decays by 50 per cent every six hours until it vanisheswhich makes it impossible to stockpileLiveScience reported The global shortage has been attributed to the sudden shutdown of a nuclear reactor in OntarioCanadain May 2009 The reactor produces a third of the world’s medical isotope requirements According to the expertsthis left a shortfall despite three reactors in BelgiumFrance and South Africa stepping up their production “There still have been times in AprilMay and July when their schedules were such that there was virtually no material available” said Atcher “There has been a shift to an older isotope for cardiac imagingbut we have exceeded our ability to produce that one as well” Supplies became even more strained when the High Flux Reactor in the Netherlands went offline in February 2010according to Atcherwho presented a report on the shortage at the 240th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society held this week The shortageAtcher saidhas already led to bad effects for nuclear medicine beyond physicians turning to oldermore expensive procedures For instancemany companies that convert the isotopes for medical applications have ceased to be profitable Nuclear medicine technologists who typically handle the injections isotopes into patients’ bloodstreams and image patients have also suffered cuts in work hours and layoffs A radioactive isotope shortage also threatens activities such as environmental researchoil exploration and regulating nuclear proliferation For nowrescuing nuclear medicine will require major changes enabled by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)according to Atcher “We need FDA and CMS to enable the expansion of PET (Positron Emission Tomography) imaging by approving radiopharmaceuticals for useand to agree to reimburse for studies using new probes that are much more powerful in the information that they provide” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Manila | Published: September 25 2017 3:53 pm Wearing heels is a form of sexism because culturally employers say women wearing high heels look taller and sexier and are then more attractive more effective in selling products (Source: File Photo) Related News Philippines bans compulsory high heels in workplace The Philippines has banned companies from compelling women to wear high heels to work under a government order hailed by a labour group today as a victory against sexism and pain The labour department order took effect yesterday as the government took up the cudgels for long-suffering shopping mall clerks hotel receptionists and flight attendantsPhilippines bans compulsory high heels in workplace The Philippines has banned companies from compelling women to wear high heels to work under a government order hailed by a labour group today as a victory against sexism and pain The labour department order took effect yesterday as the government took up the cudgels for long-suffering shopping mall clerks hotel receptionists and flight attendantsEmployers should implement the use of “practical and comfortable footwear” to improve the health of workers who stand for long periods said the order which applies to heels measuring 254-centimetres (one inch) or higher unless the employee chooses to wear them “It’s a form of torture It’s a form of oppression and slavery Imagine having to endure that pain for eight to 10 hours a day” Alan Tanjusay spokesman for the Associated Labor Unions told AFP “It’s also a form of sexism because culturally employers say women wearing high heels look taller and sexier and are then more attractive more effective in selling products They don’t know the women are suffering” The department order said female sales clerks and security guards who had been compelled to work in high heels suffered from sore feet aching muscles and “hazardous” pressure on joints “These (work shoes) should not pinch the feet or toes; are well-fitted and non-slipping; provide adequate cushion and support to the arch of the feet; either flat or with low heels that must be wide-based or wedge type” it said The labour department also ordered companies to give these workers rest periods or seats to reduce the time they spend standing or walking Tanjusay said unions lobbied the labour department last month following complaints from saleswomen hotel receptionists and flight attendants Malls are a mainstay in the Southeast Asian nationmainly employing women as sales clerks cashiers and so-called “promo girls” Most of these women are short-term contract workersTanjusay said Under the department order female workers can still wear high heels if they prefer them Tanjusay added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News who belongs to Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh.The three-time national award winning actress’ next projects are Rangoon Rani Lakshmi Bai and Simran Ask her if Bollywood has made her calmer composed and patient now and she says: “Absolutely The big fireballs which I felt growing up in my stomach somewhere has got an expression now If I don’t do anything for days it starts to bother me” She says that when she goes to film sets “I sort of find a way to express myself and give a weight to that energy That expression is not just restricted to my films If you go to my house or in my writing you will find that expression” Also read |Kangana Ranaut on Hrithik Roshan affair: I felt naked in front of the world cried entirenights She says with a smile and a confident voice: “Being a person in the creative field has allowed me to be a complete human being” Through her portrayal of the lead role in “Queen” Kangana has rediscovered herself taking risks and pushing the boundaries in her personal and professional life It has also shut up those who used to point to her poor command of English and provided a befitting reply to media commentators who said she could not carry a film on her shoulders Look at some recent pictures of Kangana Ranaut: “I was someone who was very confused about what I wanted do especially with the enormous energy that was almost on the verge of exploding As a teenager I did not know what to do with it and hence the fights with parents” Kangana said But she now realises that the energy only needed a creative outlet “Unleashing of those forces into something creative was amazing I am glad that I started to act write and do other things like poetry” she said The journey from a rebellious teenager to a successful actor was all about understanding herself and sharing her ideas with the world she says The actress was in the capital to be part of Reebok’s FiT To Fight awards where she felicitated some of “unsung women heroes” from different walks of life More from the world of Entertainment: For her being fit is the most important aspect of being alive “When I am not able to exercise for days or unable to meditate or eat without watching my diet I literally feel dead Everything just shuts down” she says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 21 2017 9:06 pm The transport department of the Delhi government has made mandatory the installation of speed governors in taxis and cabs operating in the national capital Top News The transport department of the Delhi government has made mandatory the installation of speed governors in taxis and cabs operating in the national capital The decision comes after a recent notification of the union road transport ministry which made installation of speed governors in commercial vehicles compulsory The move is intended to reduce road accidents by limiting the maximum speed of taxis and cabs at 80 kmph According to a Delhi Traffic Police data 1622 and 1671 people were killed in 2015 and 2014 respectively in road accidents in the city while over 16000 people were left injured in the two years The government decision to limit the maximum speed covers all cabs including the ones operated by aggregators like Ola and Uber “The city transport department has made installation of speed governors in cabs and taxis mandatory following the Union transport ministry’s recent notification” an official said However taxis unions have opposed the decision and threatened to launch a stir if it is not rolled back immediately Taxi drivers cannot afford the cost of speed governors and hence the Centre should withdraw the notification said Rajender Soni general secretary of Delhi Pradesh Taxi Union “A speed governor is installed at a cost of around Rs 10000 If the decision is not withdrawn taxi drivers will launch a serious of protest against the Delhi government and Centre” Soni said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amar Pratap Singh | Updated: September 26 2014 8:45 am Sudha Pal came late at night and was able to convince me of his innocence and that a rival gang in connivance with some police officers was responsible for spreading canards about him Pal was a true whistleblower and assisted us in solving a series of crimes Top News The career of a police officer is full of incidents and anecdotes but sometimes you need a trigger to jog your memory The recent statement by the director of the CBI that to catch a thief one needs to set a thief on him reminded me of an incident when I was the superintendent of police in Jamshedpur in the mid-1980s I had joined the district replacing a police officer who was straight out of Bollywood and Dabangg in Salman Khan style except even more imposing at 6 feet 3 inches He had been SP there for five years and was extremely popular and respected For me the task was to prove that I could be equally effective and efficient but in a less flamboyant way Soon after I joined there was a spate of chain snatchings in the posh circuit house area of Jamshedpur where senior Tata Steel officers lived As the women went for their evening walk a gang would come on motorcycles and snatch their gold chains jewellery watches etc The public and press started questioning the competence of the new SP and began comparing me with my predecessor — negatively of course When local SHOs were asked as to who was responsible for these snatchings they would invariably name Sudha Pal a notorious criminal and his gang Pal had by then attained almost a mythical dimension as every crime that took place would be blamed on him It was therefore of utmost importance to me in order to establish myself to arrest him The police officers in the district had been given strict instructions that he had to be apprehended at all costs and progress was monitored on a daily basis As the pressure mounted an informer came and said that Pal wanted to meet me as he was being falsely implicated in the chain snatchings We agreed to meet on the condition that I would not have him arrested The meeting was held where else but at the SP’s residential office In those days no registers were maintained Pal came late at night and was able to convince me of his innocence and that a rival gang in connivance with some police officers was responsible for spreading canards about him He also assured me that he was trying to reform himself by getting into legitimate business activities but was unable to do so because of police harassment In order to test his sincerity I asked him who was responsible for these snatchings if it wasn’t him He gave me two unknown names and said “SP sahib you catch them and your problem will be solved” He assured me that he would never in future be involved in any criminal activity and would keep me informed of the activities of various gangs in the district I let him go as he had approached me of his own volition and because if the information he had given was not correct we could always catch him again This was a chance I had to take In the next few days we caught the two boys he had mentioned They were 17- and 18-year-olds with no criminal record I was sceptical when they were produced before me But sure enough after the local police had interrogated them for a few days they confessed to all the snatchings and we were able to recover the gold ornaments and chains from the fence to whom they had been sold As I was only a few months in the job my stock among my subordinates as well as the press and public immediately spiked My subordinates had no clue as to how I had got the information leading to such an important detection Pal came and met me again a few days later and I thanked him for the valuable tip he had given I never saw him again A few months later his body was found in the middle of a jungle about 30 kilometres from Jamshedpur He had been kidnapped and murdered by a rival gang The local press and the general public were convinced that he had been killed in an encounter by the local police but that was not true However to keep the police’s aura alive we never confirmed or denied it Pal was a true whistleblower and assisted us in solving a series of crimes in order to prove his innocence But in the end those who live by the sword die by it He was one of many criminals who wanted to reform but were unable to get out of the cesspool of crime This incident also reinforced the conventional wisdom “set a thief to catch a thief” The writer is a former director of the Central Bureau of Investigation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: March 18 2017 11:49 am Dr Jagat Ram Top News THE UNION Health Ministry on Friday appointed renowned ophthalmologist Dr Jagat Ram as the new PGIMER director for a term of five years The appointment orders were issued after the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) cleared his name out of a panel of three doctors Soon after taking over in the evening 60-year-old Dr Jagat Ram who is also heading the Department of Ophthalmology at PGIMER said “The appointment has came as a big responsibility for me and my first priority shall be to create harmony on the campus and take all the PGI staff on board to take the institute to the new level” The appointment has come a year after PGIMER issued a notification inviting applications for the post of the new director The selection process this time got mired in a big controversy and several questions were raised over the manner in which the shortlisting was done by the Health Ministry Jagat Ram had figured on the third place among the three shortlisted PGI doctors recommended to the ACC On Friday the Ministry of Personnel Public Grievances and Pensions in its notification to the Union Health Ministry said that ACC had cleared the name of Dr Jagat Ram as the PGI director for a period of five years Subsequently the Health Ministry issued the appointment orders in the evening Until Friday the institute was headed by Dean of the institute Dr Subhash Verma who was made the officiating director for six months by the Health Ministry Talking to the media Dr Jagat Ram said “The biggest challenge for me is that emergency of the hospital is overstressed and also there is an increasing rush of patients everyday Our technical research has to improve and I think we need to take it to another level We should have a cutting-edge technology” he said He added that there should be collaboration between the clinician and the scientist which could take the PGI to the next level Asked if he was expecting to become director as this time the shortlist had triggered a controversy Dr Jagat Ram said that “I was one of the shortlisted candidates and it came as a new thing for me By coming from a small village and heading an eye centre is also a big thing for me” The shortlisted panel of the three doctors by a search and selection committee headed by Union Health Secretary C K Mishra last year had triggered resentment among the PGI faculty who had raised questions on the shortlisted panel of doctors The PGI faculty had raised objections to the inclusion of Dr Anil Bhansali and Dr Meenu Singh in the shortlisted panel The National Commission of SC and ST also recommended to the Union Health Ministry to review the shortlisted panel The SC/ST body of PGI went to the SC Commission alleging discrimination in the selection process Senior PGI faculty members welcomed Dr Ram’s appointment “Dr Jagat Ram is a man of integrity We shall work with him to take the PGI to the next level We will extend our cooperation to improve the institute” said Dr T D Yadav president PGI’s Faculty Association Recognised internationally Dr Jagat Ram Professor and head of Ophthalmology Department is recognised internationally for his contributions in the field of cataract and refractive surgery He is a recipient of 24 national and international awards For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Zaira Arslan | Published: July 18 2012 12:19 am Top News A musician may have more ways to express himself than one particular genre of music allows For instancethe band that a guitarist is in may be making electro-rockbut he may find that the music hes written on his own is somewhat different but works just as well if not better in expressing his ideas Take Rahul Nadkarniguitarist of the Mumbai-based electro-rock outfit Sky Rabbit His solo actSnowShoebegan much like that For many yearshes been with Sky Rabbit (formerly called Medusawhen they were a progressive metal outfit)but last monthhe debuted his solo projectSnowShoeat Mumbais Live from the Console The whole process (of a solo project as opposed to a band) is different? 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Another report on the seventh test-firing of the Dongfeng-41 came from a US satellite tracking system and appeared in the Washington Free Beacon in April 2016.