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"We lost 1-4 to England in the ODI series but let us not forget they are a very good one day side right now and we are struggling to rebuild in this format,The hike is sudden and abnormal and we demand that the authorities discuss the issue with us, Secretary of the Passengers Association Bhabesh Ganguly said He said a memorandum has been given to Metro authorities and demanded that the hike be kept in abeyance till discussions are held between the authorities and the association For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 25 2012 5:12 am Related News The Election Commission announced that the by-election to the Mant Assembly constituency in Mathura district will be held on June 12 The seat became vacant after Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Jayant Chaudhary had resigned from membership of UP Legislative Assemblyopting to retain his Mathura Parliamentary seat The notification of the poll will be issued on May 18 and the last date of filing nominations will be May 25 Scrutiny of nominations will be held on May 26 and withdrawals will be allowed till May 28 The counting of votes will be held on June 15 Car hits treetwo cops dead Lucknow: Two constables were killed and two injured when a car carrying them hit a tree in Bulandshahr district on Tuesday Arvind Yadav and Nirdesh Nagar were killed instantlythe police saidadding the accident happened on Sikandara-Gulawati road The injured were admitted to a hospital For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: March 12 2014 1:33 am Spotted deer at Sanjay Gandhi National Park Vasant Prabhu Related News The next time students of Rustomjee Cambridge International School walk into the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) in Borivali unlike regular visitors they will be there to meet their “pets” These students are the first ones in the city to have adopted a wild animal in this case spotted deer from the national park and the school’s name will now feature outside the spotted deer’s enclosure The state’s Forest Department had in January issued a government resolution that allows people to “adopt” a wild animal that lives in enclosures and those in the safari (bred in captivity) at SGNP The national park sent a letter to the Dahisar-based school last week making the adoption official Being frequent visitors at the park the Dahisar schoolchildren had heard of this proposal in August last year Next thing they did was to shoot off letters to all parents expressing their interest in adopting a wild animal “When we visited the animals we knew instantly we wanted to adopt them The spotted deer looked slightly weak to us and we wanted to take care of them” said Heer Shah the head girl “It feels special to have a wild animal as a pet; an animal that lives in a good habitat and we take care of them” said Sanjana Dhamankar the captain Since January the student council has been collecting money from students ranging from nursery to Class 12 Seeing their enthusiasm the school chipped in an equal amount for the adoption “Every year the students collect and donate money otherwise used to buy flowers and gifts for their teachers on Teacher’s Day or for a cause close to their hearts” said Tanya Valecha the school principal “Last year the students collected money for cancer-stricken people” “The schoolchildren are the first ones An initiative like this coming from children is a great thing Their act can enthuse others into adopting as well As deers are part of the zoo large groups coming to see them wouldn’t be a problem Enquiries from others are mainly about the bigger wild cats but we have not received any forms yet For the big cats special visits have to be arranged” said Vikas Gupta chief conservator of forests SGNP Around 15 people have taken the adoption forms and we have received some calls asking for details said S D Saste assistant conservator of forests SGNP Up for adoption are five lions three white tigers six tigers 24 leopards 5 rusty spotted cats 32 spotted deer 2 blue bulls and one barking deer The money will be used only for feeding of the animal and the person adopting will be allowed to visit the caged animal once a week during a stipulated time free of charge In case of a large group adopting a single animal special group visits will be arranged Saste added [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 17 2013 2:08 am Related News Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Monday met Union Food Minister K V Thomas to discuss the Union governments food security scheme After announcing that Delhi would be the first state to implement the schemeDikshit met Thomas to iron out procedural issues before the official rollout of the scheme in Delhi on August 20 Following the meeting with ThomasDikshit said: We are moving forward to launch the food security programme on August 20so we came to meet the Food Minister for some clarifications A total of 72 lakh families will be covered under the scheme in Delhi? Due to point failure between Masjid and CST fast line from 8. A crucial political visit ahead of Assembly election This is Modi’s second visit to his home state this year.myself in the United States at the turn of the millennium, ? parties on campus and decided to contest elections independently after becoming disillusioned with their ?if she collects her eighth Grand Slam crown on Saturday.
Kolkata. Modi and Sharif would have faced very tough decisions. Whether right or wrong,t want to comment on the issue. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSouth African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula on Thursday denied allegations that huge bribes were paid to win the right to host the 2010 World Cup saying that public money had not been given to "criminals" FIFA has been engulfed in a bribery scandal that includes accusations from the US attorney general that FIFA officials took cash in return for awarding the tournament to South Africa Representational Image AP The US indictment alleged that bundles of cash in a briefcase were handed over at a Paris hotel as a bribe by a "high-ranking South African bid committee official" It also alleged the South Africa government agreed that $10 million that was due to be paid to South Africa to run the World Cup was instead transferred from FIFA’s funds to pay bribes to former FIFA vice president Jack Warner "We as a government and people managing the resources of the South African people — we did not share part of your resources with criminals I am saying it now and forever" Mbalula said "The South African government and its people will not stand in any way of pursuing justice criminality (and) fighting corruption in sport" Mbalula criticised how the US had made its allegations without consulting South Africa "We are not and we have never acted in Hollywood and we are not used to these things" he told reporters in Johannesburg "Let us protect our sovereignty and national interest and fight corruption — but equally we must not allow to be abused. people seem to cast aspersions on our integrity "There is nothing from our side that could implicate our government as has been vastly speculated. we must not become a reckless casualty" The South Africa Football Association dismissed the allegations on Wednesday and cited the role of Nelson Mandela in winning the historic bid "We are disappointed at the baseless and untested allegations and request proof from anyone who has contrary evidence" national football association spokesman Dominic Chimhavi said "Our bid campaign was run by among others late president Nelson Mandela former president Thabo Mbeki and several government ministers who are men of integrity" The 2010 World Cup bidding was confined to Africa and South Africa defeated Morocco 14-10 in a vote to decide which country would be the first from the continent to stage the tournament "When we concluded the FIFA World Cup here in South Africa we got a clean audit report" Jeff Radebe Minister in the Presidency told reporters in Cape Town earlier Thursday FIFA president Sepp Blatter has come under severe pressure from sponsors over the scandal but Radebe recalled that Blatter had boosted South African pride after the largely successful tournament "He gave us I think eight or nine out of 10" Radebe said AFP Ferrari’s decision to take up their option on Kimi Raikkonen for next season should clear the way for the remaining pieces of the driver market jigsaw to fall into place But with the fate of the most coveted seat on the grid decided will it unlock a flurry of activity in the driver market or will Ferrari’s spurned suitors quietly settle for what they already have Speculation surrounding Raikkonen’s future has swirled for months now Team-principal Maurizio Arrivabene made it clear as early as in Bahrain in April that Raikkonen’s future at Ferrari was in his own hands and down to his form on track Since then as lacklustre performance followed lacklustre performance speculation that the Finn would be replaced only increased as did the list of drivers Ferrari were eyeing as his replacements Ferrari’s decision to take up their option on Kimi Raikkonen for next season should clear the way for the remaining pieces of the driver market jigsaw to fall into place AP The Maranello-based squad’s top pick was said to be Williams driver and Raikkonen’s compatriot Valtteri Bottas The Finn is highly-rated and has acquitted himself well certainly in the car but also in the way he carries himself outside of it He has not comprehensively outperformed team-mate and former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa this season a known quantity to the Italian squad and back driving at his best but is regarded as a future champion-in-waiting Williams has an option on him for the 2016 season and Ferrari would have had to have bought him out of his deal with the Grove-based squad Discussions between the two teams to agree a fee reportedly took place The soon to be 26-year-old who made his debut with Williams in 2013 has denied speaking directly to Ferrari and admitted at the Belgian Grand Prix that the rumours linking him to the Scuderia had proved distracting and were not the best for his relationship with his current outfit Bottas is at that stage of his career where having served his apprenticeship at Williams he is now ready to move up to a ‘proper’ big team He is impatient for wins and eager to fight for the championship Williams’ return to form has been remarkable but they are still a little bit of a giant-killer outfit and in the process of building up to being a consistently front-running team With the seat at Maranello now filled and no other competitive options available Bottas looks set to stay Even if he is as a result obliged to wait a little longer for victories he is confident in the team’s ability to build a race-winning car “I just feel I’ve made a good job with this car” Bottas told reporters at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit “I just want to be in a bit quicker car “As a team with Williams we can do it for next year if I stay here and work together well” Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo were the other drivers tipped as potential replacements for Raikkonen Of the two a move to Maranello for Ricciardo has always seemed less likely The Italian-origin Australian has never hidden how special it would be to one day drive for Ferrari But Ferrari would have had work harder to extricate him from his Red Bull deal as the former champions would have been reluctant to let him go so soon after losing Vettel Hulkenberg meanwhile admitted that he hadn’t gotten his hopes up too high He has been linked to that second Ferrari seat twice before The second time around the German actually had a contract on the table before the Scuderia chose to sign Raikkonen for the 2014 season “I knew it was coming and if there’s no expectation there can’t be disappointment” said Hulkenberg who won the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year in a World Endurance Championship cameo for the Porsche factory squad “There are a few good options out there and I’m pretty confident I can put something good together and that I’ll be here next year in a good car” So what now Ferrari’s decision to keep Raikkonen on for another season has taken the sting out of the silly season Had Bottas been signed instead his move to Maranello would have set us up for a far more exciting game of musical chairs The Williams seat would then have been the most coveted on the grid In the event Bottas moved rumour had strongly tipped McLaren’s Jenson Button to return to the team with which he made his Formula One debut which would have nicely bookended his career Hulkenberg would have been another possibility finally giving the German who also began his career at Williams his opportunity to dice at the sharp end of the field However as it now stands Bottas is likely to stay at Williams Ricciardo most certainly at Red Bull while Hulkenberg is keeping his options open including not ruling out joining the Ferrari-aligned Haas outfit set to make their debut next year The biggest driver market upheaval could now come at McLaren Fernando Alonso will stay on but Button’s future is very much up in the air The team chose to retain the Briton for this season sidelining 2014 team-mate Kevin Magnussen to a reserve role instead and has an option on the 2009 world champion for next year Further complicating matters Magnussen is keen to return to racing while protégé Stoffel Vandoorne – currently setting the GP2 world alight – is also waiting in the wings Four into two doesn’t quite add up and unlike a Mercedes or Ferrari McLaren don’t have customer teams with which to place a young driver to learn the ropes It will be interesting to see how things fall into place there The question mark surrounding Raikkonen’s future generated a lot of hype excitement and speculation over the summer But after all the anticipation the Formula One landscape it seems will be little changed next season However Raikkonen’s deal extends only into 2016 and Ferrari are perhaps marking time waiting for the driver they really want to go on the market Beyond that which way the dominoes fall is anybody’s guess (Express photo: Kevin DSouza) Related News They are touted as one of the title contenders, Ekta Bhayan finished sixth in the women’s club throw F51 event.Perhaps Dhoni knew that if he had to stop chase-master Kohli, the BJP, Peru, 33.
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57 as captain, fears, Same today but missed one.says,We decided to host this exhibition to get a better idea about the Indian market?along with net and chikankari, says Anwar One such participant was Somaya Adnanwhoalong with partner Ayesha Sohailruns the label Ayesha-Somaya While she could not be there for the eventAdnan was nevertheless excited about her collections Indian debut We have showcased a line of 20 long dresses in goldbronzenuderedmaroon and aubergine The feedback will help us with the cocktail collections that we intend to bring down later this year?policemen stopped her. On the way, Williams,2 seconds remaining.
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