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said that besides the waiver, The NGO submitted that "the poor residents of the city have no means to afford the costly treatment of private hospitals and are completely dependent on government hospitals and dispensaries which have limited strength and are unable to serve the population in normal days".

which was earlier slated to release on October 22, which was earlier scheduled to hit the screens on November 6, Jashandeep released some songs in collaboration with singer Parveen Bharta, It had submitted that "one part of the crime was committed in India while various other angles are in foreign land. Dhawan was given precedence over Rahul. who returns to the Test squad for the Lanka series," It began with an ironic sartorial tribute from each to the other’s political colours. especially during the Kumbh Mela. should play its rightful role in "shaping global discourses" and share its wisdom with the world community. She is England’s oldest living former women’s cricketer.The ringing of the five-minute bell by an international cricketer administrator or well-known enthusiast of the sport was introduced in 2007 and has since become a much-anticipated tradition The bell located outside the Bowlers’ Bar in the annexe to the Pavilion at Lord’s is rung to signify the start of play and it is considered a great honour to be invited to ring it on the morning of a big game India played their second World Cup final in the history of women’s cricket after they defeated Australia in the semi-final at Derby on Thursday Harmanpreet’s blistering knock of 171* saw India post 281/4 in 42 overs in a rain-curtailed match and later the Indian bowlers bundled out for 245 to win the match by 36 runs The last time India made it to the finals was back in 2005 under the captaincy of Mithali Raj but they lost to Australia India won five out of their seven round-robin matches and we now take a look at their road to final in this particular edition They first defeated England and later followed it by wins against West Indies Pakistan and Sri Lanka But Mithali’s troops were in a spot of bother as they faced two defeats against Australia and South Africa on the trot and required to win against New Zealand Mithali’s troops though didn’t waste the opportunity as they thumped New Zealand to get through to semi-final stage For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBengaluru: Federation Cup champions Bengaluru Football Club (BFC) has announced the signings of midfielders Bidyananda Singh and Robinson Singh on two-year contracts Bidyananda Singh and Robinson Singh Image Courtesy: Bengaluru FC While Bidyananda joins from ISL side Atletico De Kolkata Robinson Singh came from Mohun Bagan A defensive midfielder who progressed through the AIFF Academy ranks Bidyananda joins the Blues after having represented India at the U-13 U-14 U-15 U-16 and U-17 sides The 19-year-old faced the Blues while playing for the AIFF U-19s in a friendly in Bengaluru in 2015 a match in which he found the net "Bengaluru FC are the best in India and it is a big moment for me to sign for a club that wins trophies and competes with the best in Asia every season I’m happy to get this opportunity and I’m looking forward to making the most of it" said Bidyananda following the move Robinson meanwhile joins the Blues having represented Mohun Bagan for the last two seasons The 20-year-old has also represented India at the U-16 U-17 and U-19 levels He was also part of the India team that took part in the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers in Doha earlier in July "I’ve always believed that a move to BFC would be the best path for my career In terms of the coaching the professionalism and every aspect of football this is the right place to be for any young footballer This move is one that I’ve been working hard for for a long time" said Robinson By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 11 2016 6:08 pm Sidharth Malhotra says he would have loved to be a rafting instructor as it has a lot of excitement and fear Top News Actor Sidharth Malhotra who loves adventure says if he wasn’t an actor he would have loved to be a rafting instructor as it has a lot of “excitement and fear” Sidharth recently treated his fans to a live Facebook chat where he shared that he would have been a rafting instructor if his luck in Bollywood had not worked Share This Article Related Article “I would love to be a river rafting instructor It is so adventurous full of thrill excitement and fear” said Sidharth who went skydiving and scuba diving in New Zealand last year as part of his appointment as Indian ambassador of Tourism New Zealand The 31-year-old actor also shared his wish list of directors with whom he would love to work with “I would love to work with Imtiaz Ali Rajkumar Hirani and Zoya Akhtar” he said Talking about his all-time favourite movies the “Ek Villain” star shared that he grew up watching “Chup Ke Chup Ke” (Rishikesh Mukherjee film) “Sholay” and “Hum” Sidharth is also deeply fond of cartoons “I loved watching Mowgli Astrix and Popeye when I was a kid I also enjoy watching Simpsons a lot” he said On the work front the actor will next be seen sharing screen space with Katrina Kaif in director Nitya Mehra’s upcoming film “Baar Baar Dekho” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: May 19 2016 2:17 am Related News In a decision that is likely to benefit regular commuters the Central Railway on Wednesday announced the proposal of Parel Terminus redevelopment project The conversion of Parel station into a terminus is likely to bring in an additional terminal platform foot overbridge (FOB) and a skywalk for the ease of commuters Parel has been one of the busiest stations on the Central Railway accommodating a footfall of around 15 lakh commuters The proposal to bring an increase in the down and up lines of the platforms up to 10 metre and widening of FOB staircase is likely to boost the commuter handling capacity of the station It also includes the provision of a new FOB in the middle of the platform which will connect the eastern side of the platform to its west This comes in addition to the existing FOB which connects Parel station to Elphinstone Road station on the Western Railway This particular FOB is largely used by the commuters to change between the two lines Share This Article Related Article Speaking on the necessity of converting the station into a terminus Narendra Patil Chief Public Relations Officer said “Parel has been one of the growing suburban areas in terms of increased economic activity and increase of office crowd Keeping this in mind the project is being facilitated to manage the commuter rush The present schedule of trains will remain unaffected” Commuters will also get an additional skywalk that will connect the FOB on the eastern side to the CSTM (Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus)-end rail overbridge An elevated booking office is also planned on the CSTM-end FOB along with the construction of a terminal platform The work on the project is likely to start next month and expected to finish in a span of 18-20 months After the completion of the project services of the train may likely see a change with respect to train timings number of fast train services and additional services of trains starting from/stopping at Parel Sudhir Badami transport expert said “This is an efficient facility which has been planned for increasing rush of commuters at Parel station However Central Railway is still behind schedule as they should have finished this a few years back They should have anticipated the development of the area to meet the day-to-day challenges of regular commuters However this is a positive step towards development” The proposal of redevelopment of Parel terminus had been in discussion since the last three to four years by the Central Railway The estimated cost of the entire project is around Rs 52 crore nehakulkarni@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Preview:Six days after recording their first win of the season Kerala Blasters FC will take on Chennaiyin FC on Friday in an attempt to build some momentum in what has so far been a stuttering Indian Super League (ISL) campaign Rene Meulensteen’s team suffered after recording three draws to begin with but held on to win 1-0 against NorthEast United in their previous game and the Dutchman will hope that they’ve finally turned the corner when they meet the hosts at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai The Jawaharlal Nehru stadium will host the South-Indian derby between CHennaiyin FC and Kerala Blasters Image Courtesy: Twitter/@IndSuperLeague "The first task is to reassure my players that we’re in an ongoing process still developing as a team and as individuals and you slowly put your jigsaw together" Meulensteen said "Apart from the Goa game you have seen us getting more positive going forward creating chances opening teams up and scoring goals "Clean sheets are the basis of everything and give you the right to play so that is important We look very strong defensively and got our first win of the season and stumbling into it" the former Manchester United assistant coach said Chennaiyin’s ability to grind out results was certainly on show in their late wins against ATK and Bengaluru FC Even with their backs to the wall John Gregory has made them into a never-say-die outfit which keeps going till the end in the quest for points "I’ll never be satisfied I told my players that we should have more points on the board We’ve messed up a couple of times and I’ve messed up a couple of times but I’m delighted how hard the players have worked in training and matches" he said adding that his side now had a weight of expectation on them due to their performances He also said that he would take nothing for granted despite Chennaiyin losing just twice in eight games against the Blasters "I only use a statistic like that when it is to my advantage I expect Kerala to finish higher than where they are and they’re coming into this game on the back of their first win and will prepare hard to get a favourable result" the Englishman said Gregory is right to not take Kerala lightly because despite playing a game less the Yellow Army is not far behind in terms of statistics when it comes to keeping the ball and passing it The telling difference though is Chennaiyin’s ability to convert nearly 20 percent of their goal chances to Kerala’s percent And it is probably that number which will determine the course of the match Meulensteen will not be able to pick either Dimitar Berbatov or Pritam Kumar but for Gregory – except for the local hero Dhanpal Ganesh who will serve a match suspension for 4 Yellow cards – he has a full squad to choose from By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 22 2016 5:26 pm Pro Kabaddi League PKL Season 4: Jaipur Pink Panthers battle it out against Bengaluru Bulls in Jaipur (Source: PKL) Top News There was nothing much to separate these two sides as the match ends in a tie with score 28 apiece As it happened 2057 hrs IST: With that tie Jaipur Pink Panthers move to third place in the points tally 2055 hrs IST: Last raid of the match and Pink Panthers equal the points tally at 28-28 2054 hrs IST: What a nail biting encounter we are having 2053 hrs IST: Lead reduces to three points for Panthers 2048 hrs IST: But Ashish Sangwan grabs a point for Bulls 2046 hrs IST: Jasvir Singh would be looking to reduce the gap with this raid 2045 hrs IST: The crowd is on their knees and Chhillar a bit lazy on that occasion 2045 hrs IST: Bappu attempts a bonus but he fails 2044 hrs IST: Bonus to bulls but three points to Panthers 2043 hrs IST: Jaipur have reduced the gap to 5 points 2042 hrs IST: Jawahar joins the party and grabs the points for Jaipur 2041 hrs IST:SUPER TACKLEin from Jaipur but they are back empty handed 2040 hrs IST: Last ten minutes of play remaining 2036 hrs IST: Jasveer is brilliant in the middle He gets an ankle touch to earn a point for Jaipur 2035 hrs IST: Bengaluru Bulls have 11 points lead over Jaipur Pink Panther 2034 hrs IST: That’s all out and three points for Bulls 2032 hrs IST: Review is unsuccessful and Bangalore get two points 2031 hrs IST: Pink Panthers have gone for a review as umpire has given Bulls SUPER EIGHT 2030 hrs IST: Tarvir Singh is out off the court for more than 11 minutes and meanwhile Bulls have taken a review 2029 hrs IST: And they are leading the lead Bangalore earntheir 17th point 2028 hrs IST: Two points for Bengaluru Bulls after the half time 2026 hrs IST: A bit of his part was over the line and it has gone in Bulls’ favour 15-11 is what the scorecard reads with Bangalore in lead 2025 hrs IST: Vinod Kumar is raiding and what a grab from Panthers but Bulls have reviewed this one 2025 hrs IST: Bappu is in with the raid 2023 hrs IST: Bengaluru Bulls have never won in Jaipur against the home team but right now they are in the lead 2018 hrs IST: At half timeJaipur Pink Panthers trail 10-14 Bengaluru Bulls 2017 hrs IST: Dieing moments of this half and the score is Pink Panthers trail 10-14 Bulls 2015 hrs IST: Bengaluru Bulls lead 14-9 2014 hrs IST: Mahipal Narwal in for raid 2013 hrs IST: Vinod grabs 2 points 2012 hrs IST: Narwal gets a bonus point for Panthers and Vinod Kumar is in for Bulls 2011 hrs IST:Super strategy from Bulls and Deepak gets them a point 2009 hrs IST: Shabeer Bappu in for that do or die raid but that swift reaction from Chhillar prevents another point for Pink Panthers 2008 hrs IST: Less than 10 minutes remaining in first half and just look at the scores it’s 6 apiece 2007 hrs IST: Rajesh Nrwal into his first raid and he’s back silently 2007 hrs IST: Infact they are in the lead What a contest we are having in Jaipur 2006 hrs IST: Bulls get that equalizing point 2005 hrs IST: What a raid What a point That’s why they won the inaugural edition It’s a delight watching this Panthers team 2005 hrs IST: Mohit Chhillar is back on the battle field after that point 2004 hrs IST: Haven’t seen Abhishek Bachchan so intense but he shouldn’t be as his team is in a 4-2 lead at the moment 2003 hrs IST: Shabeer Bappu in for the raid 2002 hrs IST: And the review his successful and they revive one of the raiders Score Panthers lead 3-2 2000 hrs IST: Pink Panthers have taken a review and is it a “TOUCH AND GO” 1958 hrs IST: Home team opens the account and they do it with ease in the end 1957 hrs IST: Chhillar causes chills in that Panthers raid 1956 hrs IST: Bulls start with the raiding and they open their bid with one point 1955 hrs IST: We are ready for live action You stay with us for live updates 1950 hrs IST: Nothing can change some traditional ways and one is starting off the action with nation’s National Anthem 1948 hrs IST: Bengaluru Bulls have ironman Mohit Chhillar in their defence 1947 hrs IST: The teams are in the arena 1945 hrs IST: Momentum is with both teams So let’s see who comes out better than the other 1940 hrs IST: Both teams are coming into this match with a win under their belt in their last respective matches BUILD UP Jaipur Pink Panthers hunt down Telugu Titans for firstwin Riding on a good all-roundperformance Jaipur Pink Panthers defeated Telugu Titans 28-24for their first win in Pro Kabaddi Season 4 in Jaipur on Wednesday Bengaluru Bulls beat Bengal Warriors24-23 Rohit Kumar produced a stellarperformance in the last five minutes to guide Bengaluru Bullsto a nail-bitting 24-23 win over Bengal Warriors in the thirdgame of the Pro Kabaddi League in Mumbai on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 5 2016 8:27 pm A foggy polluted evening at the Vijaypath facing the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on monday (Source Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News An interplay of hostile weather conditions made air quality oscillate between ‘severe’ and ‘very poor’ in the city today limiting the gains of the ‘odd-even’ car rationing scheme Monitoring stations of Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology recorded suspended particulate matters multiple times above the safe limits A Western disturbance active over North India is keeping moisture levels high and wind speed calm thereby aggravating the situation as pollutants are not getting dispersed Anumita Roychowdhury of Centre for Science and Environment explained Share This Article Related Article But Delhi government which is comparing the prevailing data with 2014 figures during the same period maintained that there was a “definitive declining trend” in the levels of Particulate Matter (PM 25) the tiniest and deadliest of all the microscopic particles The corresponding period in 2015 had experienced cleaner air due to rainfall a DPCC scientist said Average levels of PM 25 and PM 10 were around 250 and 422 micrograms per cubic metre today as opposed to the safe limits of 60 and 100 Real time data of several DPCC stations had PM 25 and PM 10 above 300 and 800 micrograms per cubic metre respectively SAFAR’s hourly average graph remained above the ‘severe’ threshold through the day In 13 of the 20 locations where a mobile monitoring van collected samples yesterday PM 25 level was recorded at less than 300 “which proves reduction in comparison to previous years at the same time by at least 100 units” the government said According to scientists of the DPCC 80 per cent of PM 25 air pollution is caused by vehicular traffic and reduction in its levels even in outer areas of Delhi shows that reduction of cars is having a “positive impact” Roychowdhury who heads the clean air project of CSE said 67 per cent of the days in December had PM 25 in the worst category meaning ‘severe’ as per the National Air Quality Index “The levels not only crossed 250 micrograms per cubic metre but went beyond that Measures like odd-even are meant to pull down the peak levels” she said Green body TERI has also warned against an immediate assessment of the impact of the odd-even scheme that came into force on January 1 without considering the impact of sources other than emissions from cars For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News

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