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Satya Pal Jain former MP and National In-charge of the Legal and Legislative Cell of the BJP has urged the Centre to raise the maximum income criteria, The city has been chosen among some States and Union Territories for a pilot project.Gujarat and other parts of the country and choose their business partners and develop their businesses, said Nalawade The expo is authorised and supported by more than 55 engineering and industrial associations across Maharashtra Pimpri Chinchwad Chamber of Commerce & IndustryChakan Industrial AssociationRanjangaon Industrial AssociationBaramati Chamber of CommerceManufacturers Association of SataraGokul Shirgaon Manufacturers Association KolhapurKrishna Valley Chamber of Commerce & Industries-Sangli and Waluj Industries AssociationAurangabad Top management professionals from various corporate firms will talk in seminars organised during the expo In the earlier expo there were more than 110 stalls under 3 air-conditioned pavilions Corporate firms like Atlas CopcoThermax Ltd, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 13, But by 1960, campaigner of environment protection and coordinator for the Environment Support Group (ESG) told Firstpost, "I certainly think, told reporters through an interpreter. According to the DPCC’s live monitoring, the maximum peak for PM 10 (particulate matter smaller than 10 micrometers in diameter) on Thursday was 1660 g/m3 The peak for PM 25 (smaller than 25 micrometers in diameter) was 999 g/m3 On Diwali last year the maximum peak for PM 10 and PM 25 levels was significantly lower — 936 g/m3 and 592 g/m3 respectively On Thursday the pollution level was the highest during the period between 8 pm and 11 pm The DPCC air monitoring station at R K Puram saw the highest peak for PM 10 at 1660 g/m3 This is 16 times the prescribed standard of 100 g/m3 At Anand Vihar and Punjabi Bagh the PM 10 peak was 12 times the norm at 1230 g/m3 and 1200 g/m3 respectively The peak at Mandir Marg and Civil Lines followed close behind at 1080 and 1000 g/m3 respectively The level of PM 10 has a direct impact on breathing and according to DPCC levels on Diwali were so high that it may lead to respiratory and cardiac complications in both the healthy and the ailing Experts at System for Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) said the 24-hour average of PM 10 was recorded at an alarming 427 g/m3 The PM 25 24-hour average was 278 g/m3 against a prescribed standard of 60 g/m3 The PM 25 are fine suspended particles in the air that can cause breathing problems This level is commonly used as a marker for pollution The PM 25 level in Delhi peaked at Civil Lines — 999 g/m3 Anand Vihar was close behind at 985 g/m3 The PM 25 level at Mandir Marg Punjabi Bagh and Civil Lines was 800 g/m3 716 g/m3 and 617 g/m3 respectively “Those with heart or lung disease or the aged or pregnant women are especially at risk” a DPCC official said Officials said the time required for pollutants to disperse will depend on weather conditions There is some good news The delay in the onset of winter will help clear the air as warmer temperature helps pollutants disperse faster the official said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Chandan Shantaram Haygunde | Pune | Published: July 27 2014 3:05 am The posters were put up in 2012 and 2013 Related News MANCHAR BLAST At a time when investigation agencies are looking for clues about the July 10 blast in the parking lot of Faraskhana and Vishrambaug police stations there have been cases – with suspected terror links – in the past in which a breakthrough has evaded the police till date Five and a half years back on February 15 2009 a low intensity blast took place inside a State Transport bus at Manchar in Ambegaon taluka of Pune district around 55 km from here Nobody was injured in the incident Police had confirmed the use of gelatin sticks and detonators in the blast A complaint was also filed at the Manchar police station against an unknown person Investigators believed that the blast was not an accidental incident and the possibility of it being a trail of some major conspiracy was not ruled out The Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) too conducted a parallel probe in the case But later the investigations came to a halt and now it seems that the case which could have given leads about growing extremist movements in Pune is nowhere on the agenda of investigators The blast took place in the ST bus at the MSRTC’s depot at Manchar around 730 pm on February 15 2009 The bus was scheduled to go at Raanjani village in Ambegaon taluka As per police records there were some six passengers sitting on the seats in the front side They ran out of the bus on hearing a sound of explosion all of a sudden Though no passenger was injured some part of the bus was damaged in the explosion Bus conductor Kalidas Sonba Chikhale had then said he initially thought it was explosion of some firecracker But later the MSRTC depot officials informed Manchar police as they found that a seat in the middle of the bus along with the surrounding metallic body was blown apart in the explosion A Manchar police team then led by assistant inspector Dnyaneshwar Ganore had found about 12 ft long wire coming out of the window near the seat that was blown apart The bomb detection and disposal squad (BDDS) parts of a detonator and a plastic wrapper of gelatin stick A team of state ATS led by inspector Peter Lobo (who is now assistant commissioner with Pune city police) conducted inspection of the bus Damaged parts of the bus were taken for forensic tests The gelatin stick used in the blast was manufactured at a Nagpur-based ammunition factory Some local residents reportedly told cops that gelatin sticks and detonators are used in the region for construction of wells and other purposes However after initial investigation cops suspected that blast was carried out after properly arranging the circuit consisting the detonator gelatin stick wires and other objects However the investigators never found the persons involved in the blast and the purpose behind it The blast had taken place at a time when Pune was in news following the arrests of operatives of Indian Mujahideen as well as Abhinav Bharat for alleged involvement in bomb blast cases Apparently during investigations cops zeroed on some local relegious fundamental groups in the district Then superintendent of Pune rural police Ravindra Kadam had said they were probing different angles and it could be a case of one of the groups carrying out the explosion for terrifying the rival group But no arrests were made in this case A ‘MYSTERIOUS’ EXPLOSION Around eight years ago there was a panic reported after a suspicious blast took place in a house located on the fourth floor of the Deccan Towers building at Pulgate in Pune Camp area on March 9 2006 The incident was registered at the Cantonment police station The reason behind the blast was not confirmed There was a family residing in the house The explosion took place in the early morning hours around 430 am at a time when the family members were fast asleep in the house The window panes and door of the house were left shatters Even cracks developed in the walls of the rooms However nobody from the family residing in the house were injured After interacting with ballistic experts police had said that explosion may have taken place due to leakage of gas from domestic LPG cylinder in the house A senior police officer had then told media persons that as the explosion was abnormal it was discussed with Army experts from Khadki as well as with experts from Mumbai “The experts told us that such explosion have taken place earlier due to leakage of LPG We suspect that gas leaked from the cylinder may got accumulated and then it exploded suddenly due to spark emerging from the refrigerator” the officer had said Apparently the family was close to a person having links with the banned Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) So top city police officials visited the spot Some samples collected from the room were also sent for lab test But the reason behind the explosion remained unexplained ‘MAOIST’ POSTERS Investigators have got no clues yet about the posters allegedly released by banned naxal outfit Communist Party of India (Maoist) in Pune on March 23 (In 2012 and 2013) the day it remembers as ‘Shahid Din’ to mark the martyrdom of freedom fighter Bhagat Singh The ‘Maoist’ posters that were put up strategic locations like Patrakar Bhavan bus stops colleges outside government offices and other spots The posters found in 2013 mentioned that the period between March 23 and March 29 should be marked as a “saptah” (week) in support of the movement demanding rights for “revolutionaries” lodged in jails on the occasion of martyrdom of “Comrade Shahid Bhagat Singh” The posters further mention six demands regarding the rights that should be given to their fellow ‘comrades’ lodged in jails Posters found in 2012 called for a bandh and demanded unconditional release of Kobad Ghandy Vijay Vikram Madanlal Mahesh Bhanu and Anjela Sontakke The state ATS has arrested Angela alleged secretary of Golden Corridor committee of CPI- Maoists along with her aides Police said this committee of Maoists aimed at recruiting youths from urban areas of Pune Mumbai Thane Nashik and Ahmedabad Police registered complaints against unidentified persons in the cases but got no clues about persons behind it Police suspect that a sleeper cell of Maharashtra State Committee of CPI (Maoist) may be active in Pune For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Entertainment Feature Service | Published: July 22 2014 12:57 am Related News The quest is for the abstract in Indian art The means are 20 works of art that span 15th century to 20th century The venue is continents away from the place of origin in the US at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) “This installation uses traditional devotional images of Hindu gods and goddesses as a way to unlock concepts of the abstract in Indian traditional and modern art” says Sona Datta PEM’s curator of Indian and South Asian Art who has curated the exhibition titled “Figuring the Abstract in Indian Art” Borrowing from PEM’s Chester and Davida Herwitz Collection Leo Figiel Collection of vernacular metal sculpture and the Tina and Anil Ambani Collection the exhibition provides glimpses into how representations altered over time and yet remained rooted “By looking at bronzes figures of Shiva or the mighty warrior Durga we understand that Hinduism provides a vehicle for ordinary mortals to access the divine and the universal This idea is approached alternately in modern art through painters like Biren De who express the essential notion of the divine through pure abstraction” says Datta Among the modernists she also has Tyeb Mehta’s dejected figure and MF Husain’s 1951 oil Man where millions of people seem to occupy the artist’s board even though there is a central figure in the frame The show at the Wheatland Family Gallery closes on May 31 2015 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 19 2014 1:00 am A R Rahman Related News India’s music maestro AR Rahman may end up getting his third Oscar nomination in the best original score category after making it to the list of 114 probables while Hindi film Jal also features in the list of Best Picture Oscar hopefuls Rahman who has previously been nominated for 127 Hours and Slumdog Millionaire for which he won two Oscars has made it to the list for three of his films including Hollywood movies The Hundred-Foot Journey Million Dollar Arm and Rajinikanth-starrer Tamil film Kochadaiiyaan Girish Malik’s directorial debut Jal on water scarcity has also found a place among the 100 films shortlisted for nomination in the best picture category as well as in the best original score list for Sonu Nigam and Bickram Ghosh’s rustic compositions Jal features in the best picture list as an independent submission while India will officially be represented at the Academy awards in the best foreign feature category by Geetu Mohandas’ Liar’s Dice Nominations for the Academy Awards will be announced on January 15 and the ceremony will be held on February 22 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Delhi Pollution Control Committee figures indicate that Thursday was one of the most polluted days in recent years.

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