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Dipa made her way through the top level of her sport with little support and non-existent training facilities which made her Olympics heroics all the more commenadable. mihir.com,ruled that in future no vessel should be dismantled in the country in contravention of the Basel Convention, Till Savaar, The progress of monsoon has been satisfactory with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) upgrading its earlier forecast. They announced it during an interacting with a section of media-persons at the chief minister’s official residence in Kohima on Sunday night. the 36 NPF legislators who vote against the NPF whip will be liable of disqualification from the Assembly.saying while China is described as dragon and India as an elephant,who had sold land to Anurag Thakur?they added Satti and Dutt said that instead of wandering in Himachal Pradesh – where he had lost power in the 2007 Assembly electionsVirbhadra Singh should concentrate on his job as a union minister and help the state in getting its rightful due from the Centre For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Geeta Gupta | New Delhi | Published: December 30 2013 3:36 am Related News A day after he was sworn in as Chief MinisterArvind Kejriwal on Sunday conducted hectic meetings with senior officialstrying to come up with a roadmap to help him deliver on his manifesto promises at the earliest With the promises of 700 litres of free water to every family and a 50 per cent reduction in power tariff the most important on his agendameetings were held with officials of the Power department and the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) on Sunday While the financial implications of rolling back the power tariff by 50 per cent will take some time to be worked outthe file regarding the CAG audit of the private power distribution companies has already been moved Sources said a Cabinet decision in this regard would be taken soononce the matter has been discussed with the CAG Sources told Newsline that various options were being looked at to provide immediate relief to power consumers in terms of lowering the tariffas promised by the CM While it would take 3-4 months to enhance the efficiency of the department and as much time to audit the power distribution companiesthe CMwho retains the power portfoliois mulling a straight 50 per cent cut in the lowest consumption slab by increasing the subsidy Sources said there was a possibility of counting the lowest consumption slab as 0-400 units to provide subsidyagainst the present norm of 0-200 units At presentthe government gives a subsidy of Rs 120 on the 0-200 consumption slabwhich costs Rs 390 To bring this tariff down by halfthe government will have to increase the subsidy by 75 paise With the chief minister having received complaints of fast-running power metersanother issue on the Power departments agenda is meter testing Power officials will now conduct random checking of meters to see if there is merit in the complaintsand then work on the issue Meanwhilean urgent meeting of the DJB has been summoned by the new chairpersonKejriwalon Monday evening Sources said the Board is expected to announce the decision to give the lifeline water requirement of 700 litres free to every household The 10 per cent mandatory tariff hikewhich was to come into effect from January 1would be rolled back?

Second, Delhi. New Delhi:Facing a tough electoral battle in Punjab next year Congress has decided not to let sitting MLAs in general seats change their assembly segments and strictly apply the "one family one ticket" formula by not allowing two people from a family to contest "These two rules are non-negotiable We have decided that all sitting MLAs in general seats must defend their own segments They will not get to replace their seats Amarinder Singh File photo AFP "Replacements will be allowed only in case of 34 reserved seats Also the decision to allot one ticket per family is final It will not be bent" Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh told PTI in an interview He said the remaining party tickets for Punjab are likely to be finalised by early next week when the party’s Central Election Committee headed by Congress President Sonia Gandhi would meet The former Punjab Chief Minister said allowing sitting MLAs to shift to other constituencies would send "wrong signals" to the party workers "Everyone must go into this battle thinking they are winning" Amarinder said at a time when many sitting MLAs of Congress including some senior leaders want to shift to other constituencies Among those are six-time MLA from Sanaur Lal Singh who wants to shift to Samana but is unlikely to be obliged Another MLA demanding a change is Indian Youth Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring who is hoping to shift to Muktsar though he represents Gidderbaha in the Punjab assembly "No changes will be allowed for any general candidates" Amarinder categorically said Singh also said the first list of 61 candidates announced a few days back reflected the sentiment that the MLAs will have to defend their turfs when it comes to general seats Former Punjab CM Rajinder Kaur Bhattal who was seeking to contest from Sunam has been fielded from Lehra which she currently represents in the assembly Similarly the "one family one ticket" rule will apply said Amarinder "The CEC is likely to meet on Tuesday" he said as 56 seats are pending declaration Punjab assembly has 117 seats On "one family one ticket" rule Amarinder referred to his own family in which his wife and Patiala MLA Preneet Kaur had stepped down in his favour Similarly sitting MLA from Qadian Charanjit Kaur Bajwa has stepped down in favour of her brother-in-law Fateh Jung Bajwa Guriqbal Kaur Babli the Nawanshahr MLA has vacated her seat for her son Angad Saini whose name has been announced in the first list Also former Madhya Pradesh cadre IAS officer Amar Singh who was principal secretary to AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh when he was the state’s chief minister has been fielded this time from Raikot reserved seat instead of his brother and sitting MLA GS Boparai Congress is seeking to wrest power from the ruling Akali-BJP combine after two successive defeats The state appears set for a tough three-cornered fight with Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party seeking to queer the pitch for both Congress and Akali-BJP alliance By: Reuters | Published: September 17 2017 4:26 am Moussa Sissoko Dele Alli and Son Heung-min were wasteful for Mauricio Pochettino’s side who enjoyed 75 percent of possession and had 26 attempts (Source: AP) Top News Tottenham Hotspur’s Wembley woes continued as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Swansea City in the Premier League on Saturday Spurs were again dominant at the national stadium but were unable to convert any of their chances with forward Harry Kane going closest when he rattled the crossbar in the second half (English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Moussa Sissoko Dele Alli and Son Heung-min were wasteful for Mauricio Pochettino’s side who enjoyed 75 percent of possession and had 26 attempts but were unable to break down the resolute visitors Spurs defender Serge Aurier was booked for diving despite appearing to be clipped as he raced into the box while Kieran Trippier blazed a fierce shot narrowly wide late on Victory would have lifted last season’s runners-up to third but they sit fifth with eight points after five games Swansea in 14th have five points after another encouraging performance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: September 17 2012 12:02 pm Related News As Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari and his foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar head to the United States this weekthere is talk of rebuilding (again) the strategic partnership between the two countries Sceptics argue that rekindling the strategic romance between the United States and Pakistan might not be easy after the kind of turbulence and mutual recrimination that engulfed the bilateral relations during the last two years But realists point to the fact that Washington and Rawalpindi do need each other While they cant stand each otherthe United States and Pakistan cant stay away from each other for too long The two governments recognize that popular support in both countries towards the bilateral relationship has never been as low as it is today After bin Laden was found hiding in Pakistan and killed by American Special Forces in May 2011many in the US Congress are deeply angered by the fact that Pakistan has been playing both sides of the street in the war against terror Following the attack on a Pakistani military post in November 2011 by the NATO forces Rawalpindi shut down the US overland access to Afghanistan and whipped up anti-American sentiments US in turn cut off military aid to Pakistan Since thenthe two sides have slowly worked towards normalisation of bilateral relations A few weeks ago Pakistan reopened the supply routes through its territory in return for a vaguely worded apology from Washington The US resumed aid to Pakistan after that Despite the frustration with Pakistan armyUS still needs Rawalpindis support in supplying American forces in Afghanistan and facilitate their exit in the coming months The US also knows that there can be no successful political solution to the conflict in Afghanistan without Rawalpindis support Pakistan needs American economic and military assistance more than evergiven its current parlous financial condition Last weekthe US Special Representative for Afghanistan and PakistanMarc Grossman was in Islamabad and Rawalpindi meeting the top political and military leaders there Grossman’s task was to prepare the ground for the visits by Khar and Zardariboth of whom are travelling to New York next week to attend the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly Khar is also visiting Washington for high level political consultations with the Obama Administration While both sides are keen to strengthen bilateral relationsa number of contentious issues remain The United States has named the Haqqani network as a foreign terrorist organisation While Pakistan did not protestit is seething at the American targeting of a close partner of the ISI Islamabad wants the Americans to stop the relentless drone attacks on North Waziristan Washington wants Rawalpindi to clean up the terror sanctuaries in Pakistan that are the source of the destabilisation of Afghanistan The US also wants the Pakistan army to nudge its other allythe Taliban into negotiations with Washington and Kabul Rawalpindi might be willing to do thisif the US is ready to give Pakistan a significant influence over the future political arrangements in Afghanistan Producing a mutually satisfactory resolution of these differences will not be easy Pakistan is entering the talks somewhat chastenedbut must be expected to drive a hard bargain (C Raja Mohan is a Distinguished Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and Contributing Editor for The Indian Express) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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