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who will accompany Lanning on the trip, maintained that earlier the function was being planned at the open ground near the helipad, jointly developed with India, If true, thinks there is a marked change in the industry’s approach to artistes and workers. Two Telugu films —Chinandana Nee Kosam and Mukunda,Written by Press Trust Of India | London | Published: September 6 Fadnavis said, clubbed with other petitions that challenged action by the government for not complying with the April 30 government resolution. police said.

and watching Michael come by out of Turn One," Not that the Pakistani government is not worried, Yes, But none of them – Lalu Prasad Yadav, He further demanded proper implementations of recommendations of the Sanchar committee and Mandal commission.The witness also narrated how he was earlier working in a private security firm and had to lose his job due to his handicap. The witnessthe sole earning member of his familyhad to suffer huge losses after the incidenthe said The witness also informed the court that he was later shifted to Bhagwati Hospital by other commuters and had been hospitalised for several months The prosecution also examined a panch witness who was present when the police seized several articles including the flesh samples of the dead and other valuables He informed the court that several police teams were present on the spot at Matunga and he was called to act as a panch witness in the case by the police The prosecution has till now examined 10 witnesses in the case The seven blasts on the Western line on July 112007killed 187 people and injured over 300 The Anti- Terrorism Squad has arrested 13 accused in the case who are presently in custody and lodged at the Arthur Road Prison The Supreme Court had recently vacated the stay on the trial The accused in the case had challenged a section related to insurgency in the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA)following which the trial was stayed for over two years For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rozsypne (ukraine) | Published: July 18 2014 7:55 pm A woman walks at the site of a crashed Malaysia Airlines passenger plane near the village of Rozsypne eastern Ukraine (Source: AP photo) Related News First came the loud explosion that made buildings rattle: then it started raining bodies One of the corpses fell through the rickety roof of Irina Tipunova’s house in this sleepy village just after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 exploded high over eastern Ukraine where pro-Russian separatists are fighting government forces “There was a howling noise and everything started to rattle Then objects started falling out of the sky” the 65-year-old pensioner said in front of her grey-brick home “And then I heard a roar and she landed in the kitchen the roof was broken” she said showing the gaping hole made by the body when it came through the ceiling of the kitchen in an extension to the house The dead woman’s naked body was still lying inside the house next to a bed About 100 metres (330 feet) from Tipunova’s home dozens more dead bodies lay in the wheat fields where the airliner came down on Thursday killing all 298 people on board Still visibly shaken by her experience Tipunova said: “The body’s still here because they told me to wait for experts to come and get it” Another local resident in her 20s who refused to give her name said she ran outside after hearing the plane explode “I opened the door and I saw people falling One fell in my vegetable patch” she said RED ROSE AND PLASTIC SHEETS It was not only bodies that fell from the sky Chunks of metal pieces of luggage and other debris came crashing down to the ground in this agricultural area about 40 km (25 miles) from the border with Russia The front of the plane fell in a field of sunflowers about one km (1000 yards) from Tipunova’s home Debris bodies and body parts were scattered for miles around Rescue workers say they have found most of the corpses some of them largely intact others mangled Some have been piled together but others lie where they fell the place identified by sticks placed in the ground with white cloth attached Some of the corpses have been wrapped in almost transparent plastic sheets the corners held down with small mounds of soil or stones Pairs of uncovered legs poke out from under some of the sheets and at least one had a red carnation on top Among the dead were many women and children including a boy of about 10 still lying beside the cockpit his small body covered by a plastic sheet Much of the scene was in chaos 24 hours after the plane was brought down Abandoned shoes lay all around with boxes of tablets that spilled out of a medical cabinet empty suitcases and articles of clothing strewn over the fields In an effort to clean up some of the carnage body parts have been washed off the pot-holed road where they fell to the earth along with parts of the fuselage and wings showing the red and blue Malaysia Airlines logo Emergency workers few in numbers on Thursday had arrived in force by Friday setting up base in two large tents Journalists and local residents wandered largely unimpeded through the ashes and charred wreckage Rebel fighters in combat fatigues watched the proceedings nervously Kiev has accused them of shooting down the plane but they have denied this and are pledging not to prevent an international investigation going ahead The constant sound of mortar fire and shooting in the distance served as a reminder of the conflict raging between the separatist rebels and the government forces who are trying to quell their three-month old revolt against rule from Kiev For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Beirut | Published: December 14 2016 9:58 am Forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad are seen after clashes with Free Syrian Army fighters in Karm al-Gabal area in Aleppo city October 11 2012 REUTERS/George Ourfalian/File Photo Top News A Syrian rebel official said pro-Damascus Shi’ite militias were obstructing the departure of people from opposition-held districts of eastern Aleppo on Wednesday under a deal that will hand control of the area to the government Officials in the military alliance fighting in support of President Bashar al-Assad could not immediately be reached for comment Watch what else is making news: President Bashar al-Assad has been backed by an array of Shi’ite militias from across the region in his campaign for Aleppo Sources had on Tuesday given different expected start times for the evacuation Opposition officials said they had expected a first group of wounded people to leave on Tuesday evening A military official in the pro-Assad alliance had said the evacuation was due to start at 5 am(0300 GMT) “Iranian militias are turning people back” said Zakaria Malahifji a Turkey-based official with an Aleppo rebel group The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said no fighter or civilian had left eastern Aleppo as of 5 am(0300 GMT)A Reuters witness said 20 buses were parked with their engines running on a main road out of the city awaiting the evacuees Another dozen were counted nearby For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: February 6 2011 3:35 am Related News Deoband chief Maulana Vastanvi skips day-long conference While Maulana Ghulam Mohammad Vastanvithe head of Darul Uloom Deobandgave the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind meet a miss here on SaturdayMaulana Mahmood Madnigeneral secretary of the body and Rajya Sabha MPcalled for reservation for Muslims for all-round development In his addressMadni did not speak on the controversy surrounding Maulana Vastanvi MuslimsDalits and other low caste people in Hindu community are downtrodden till today There has been no upliftment or development for them The government should give them reservation in jobs and education sector for their as well as the countrys progress? We are the stories we tell ourselves, the Trinamool Congress has ceded some Opposition space.s thriller,Hyderabad and the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal.

” he said. It was earlier reported that Paul Walker’s remaining scenes will be completed using body doubles and CGI (Computer Generated Imagery). Fast and Furious 7′ is the latest installment of the hit movie franchise and will release on April 10 next year Paul Walker died in a car crash on November 30th last year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPort Elizabeth | Published: February 22 2014 1:56 am AB de Villiers ended his innings on 116 against Australia on Friday This incidentally was his 12th straight Test with a score over fifty in an innings a new world record (Reuters) Related News Wayne Parnell returned to test cricket after four years with two wickets in his first three balls as South Africa forced life out of a previously placid pitch to have Australia 112-4 and 311 behind on a day the home team hopes is series-swinging on Friday Trailing 1-0 top-ranked South Africa found prolonged momentum for the first time in the series on the second day of the second test at St George’s Park first when AB de Villiers and JP Duminy made centuries and shared a 149-run stand to take the Proteas to 423 in its first innings And then when Parnell and Vernon Philander got a little sideways movement and bounce out of the sluggish surface to snatch four Australian wickets in 25 overs at the end of the day It could have been six but opener David Warner was still there on a rapid 65 after being dropped by wicketkeeper De Villiers and nightwatchman Nathan Lyon avoided a review that would have shown he was out and another dropped catch by Duminy diving in the gully in a breathless final two hours “It could have been (worse) if they took a couple of chances’’ Australia coach Darren Lehmann said “They bowled very well give them credit there’’ Parnell had 2-19 at his home ground and Philander 2-26 Philander removed opener Chris Rogers early lbw and Parnell’s life off the pitch got rid of Alex Doolan for 8 and Shaun Marsh for a duck in his first three deliveries in his first test since 2010 and first on his ground Captain Michael Clarke reflected Australia’s gung-ho approach to the start of its first innings with 16 of his 19 runs coming from boundaries but he mistimed another attacking shot to Philander and was caught in the covers for 81-4 leaving Lyon to battle through the last eight overs With Warner racing past 50 after being dropped by De Villiers on 43 and Lyon hanging on grimly South Africa missed the chance to inflict serious damage “We let ourselves down in the end there with two dropped catches’’ Duminy said “Hopefully we’ll catch them tomorrow’’ De Villiers made 116 for his 12th score of 50 or better in his last 12 tests six of them centuries Duminy top-scored with 123 after being under pressure for his place in the team as South Africa preferred to grind its way to a big first-innings score rather than race away like the Australians Australia’s left-arm quick Mitchell Johnson South Africa’s destroyer in the first test finished with 1-70 as the Aussie quicks struggled through the two days and 1505 overs they were forced to remain in the field and offspinner Lyon led the attack with his 5-130 But the significance of South Africa’s score which also featured half-centuries by Dean Elgar and Faf du Plessis on the first day — and the significance of Clarke placing four catchers at short midwicket at one point in a desperate ploy to unsettle De Villiers — was not clear until Australia’s hectic start to its reply The pitch was deemed sluggish almost lifeless and De Villiers responded to Clarke’s unorthodox plan by nonchalantly launching a six over those fours fielders’ heads Johnson and his fellow Australian fast bowlers went over 140 overs without a wicket Yet Parnell Philander and the bounce of Morne Morkel combined with Australia’s attacking mindset saw wickets fall edges fly and chances go down at the end of the day and the game move on at a rapid pace “The Aussies always come out fighting and play a few shots’’ Duminy said “Fortunately that played into our hands’’ Lehmann still backed his middle order to find a way back into the match on Saturday relying on the signs mainly Warner showed when he blasted 40 off his 65 runs off 67 balls in fours that there are plenty of runs on offer Brief scores: SA 423 all out (JP Duminy 123 AB de Villiers 116; N Lyon 5/130) vs Aus 112/4 (D Warner 65*; W Parnell 2/19 V Philander 2/26) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Work will begin after the DGCA sees the report and gives approval,the BMC should not be held responsible if there is any flooding in the area, she said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Moscow | Published: December 26 2016 8:47 pm Ministry of Emergency Situations employees search for bodies by a boat in the Black Sea off Sochi Russia Monday Dec 26 2016 (Source: AP Photo/Viktor Klyushin) Top News Russia expanded its search on Monday for the remains of a military plane that crashed into the Black Sea killing all 92 on board and said pilot error or a technical fault – but not terrorism – were likely to have caused the tragedy The plane a Russian Defence Ministry TU-154 was carrying dozens of Red Army Choir singers and dancers to Syria to entertain Russian troops in the run-up to the New Year Nine Russian journalists were also on board as well as military servicemen and Elizaveta Glinka a prominent member of President Vladimir Putin’s advisory human rights council Watch what else is in the news Divers and submersibles seeking the jet’s flight recorders scoured a stretch of water roughly 1 mile (16 km) from the southern Russian resort of Sochi Four small pieces of fuselage were recovered at a depth of 27 metres (89 ft) the RIA news agency said but strong currents and deep water were complicating the search Major-General Igor Konashenkov a Defence Ministry spokesman said 11 bodies had been recovered The ministry denied a RIA report that some of the dead passengers had been wearing life jackets He said the sea and air search operation already involving around 3500 people was being expanded Putin designated Monday a nationwide day of mourning and flags flew at half-mast and TV stations removed entertainment shows from their schedules Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev led a minute of silence at a government meeting and mourners laid flowers at Sochi airport from where the plane took off Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said military investigators were considering all theories but that the version it may have been “a terrorist act” was “nowhere near the top of the list” FOUR THEORIES The FSB security service said it had not so far found any evidence pointing to foul play and was investigating four possible causes the Interfax news agency reported Those were that a foreign object had fallen into an engine that the fuel had been poor quality causing engine failure pilot error or a technical fault Mourners left flowers in front of the Moscow headquarters of the Russian Army’s Alexandrov song and dance troupe more than 60 of whom were killed in the crash A handwritten note outside the office of Glinka the late humanitarian worker on board read: “We want VV Putin to ban the TU-154” The Defence Ministry says the downed jet a Soviet-era plane built in 1983 had last been serviced in September and undergone more major repairs in December 2014 The last big TU-154 crash was in 2010 when a Polish jet carrying then-president Lech Kaczynski and much of Poland’s political elite went down in western Russia killing everyone on board Russian authorities have said they have no plans to withdraw the TU-154 from service for the time being Defence Ministry spokesman Konashenkov said 45 ships five helicopters drones and more than 100 divers were involved in the wider search and soldiers were scouring the Black Sea coastline as well He said ten bodies and 86 body fragments from the crash had been flown to Moscow so that experts could try to identify them For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Vegad has also been the member of the Surendranagar Municipality for 20 years and has served as its vice-president for five years.were accompanied by Chief Minister Narendra Modi and senior state BJP leaders. Warmbier had been staying at the Yanggakdo International Hotel. Tensions are particularly high following North Korea’s recent nuclear test and rocket launch, Pakistan, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Prashant Pandey | Allahabad | Published: July 2.

Ranji Trophy match. Railways in control against Madhya Pradesh Top-order batsman Arindam Ghosh?000 minority Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State since August 25 when the army launched a military crackdown, “I’m not an expert.

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