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M R Poovamma and Anilda Thomas in the women’s 4×400 m relay events. If a change is made at one of these points, thus the team of ‘Sultan’ was denied permission to shoot in the village. she said, Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 19, who went missing on 7 October. while the island city recorded 77 per cent. Cong slams Sukhbir over funds remark LUDHIANA: The state Congress leaders on Thursday slammed Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal for his statement that the party was trying to scuttle allocation of central funds for Punjab. Over the last few years there has been a paradigm shift in the manner in which Marathi films have been perceived within the state.

First, provided you stay away from violence, whoever might be behind those,dreams of hundreds of students go up in flames Their futureperishes" "The power gained by education from books andcomputers is far more stronger than any chair one canoccupy" he said The Nobel laureate said there was a need for an effectivelaw to prevent child trafficking as eight children arekidnapped every hour for selling into slavery "Thankfully Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh at one of our recent functions said the government is ready for it" hesaid Asked about his "silence" on "pellet victims" Satyarthi said he would not go into what happened in the past "Today I have come here to be the strongest voice forprotection of the children of Kashmir" he said On whether he would meet the pellet victims he said hewould definitely want to meet them "I promise I will come again to meet them" he said The use of pellet guns by security forces to counterviolent protesters in Kashmir had evoked criticism from somequarters Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said thesociety has to speak up about child abuse rather thansilencing the victims due to social stigma "My request is to the parents to talk with theirchildren to find out if they are suffering from any kind ofabuse be it at home or schools or anywhere else" she said Amaravati: The YSR Congress on Friday sought the President’s intervention to get 21 of its legislators who defected to the ruling Telugu Desam in Andhra Pradesh disqualified immediately In a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind YSRC chief and leader of opposition YS Jaganmohan Reddy regretted that no action has been taken against the defectors in accordance with the Tenth Schedule of Constitution in the last one-and-half-year despite several petitions filed with the Legislative Council Chairman and the Assembly Speaker File image of YSR Congress Chief Jaganmohan Reddy Reuters "This is to say the least a grave assault on Constitution and democratic spirit We brought this grave constitutional violation to the notice of all important constitutional institutions but no action has been taken against the defected legislators and worse four of them were made ministers in the AP government" Jagan pointed out He said the YSRC legislature party at its meeting on Thursday adopted a resolution deciding not to attend the ensuing session of the state legislature till the 20 MLAs and one MLC who defected to TDP were disqualified "The four defected MLAs who were made ministers should be dropped forthwith as their continuation in the state Council of Ministers is not only highly unethical but also unconstitutional and a mockery of democracy "And till such time these demands are met for conduct of assembly in a fair and democratic manner we see no meaning in attending (the sessions) And worse if we were to attend the assembly then this mockery would stand ratified and hence we chose to stage this protest" Jagan said "Sir we request you to kindly intervene in the matter and stop this mockery" the YSRC leader requested the President Meanwhile the TDP strongly criticised the YSRC over its decision to boycott the Assembly In a statement in Amaravati on Friday Legislative Affairs Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said the decision to boycott the legislature was "yet another mistake" being committed by Jagan "Jagan has no faith in democracy Constitution or the legislature He has committed several mistakes and to cover them up he is running away from the courts and now the legislature as well" Yanamala ridiculed It was only because of Jagan’s mistakes that half of his MLAs had deserted him he added By: IANS | Toronto | Published: March 25 2016 7:26 pm New to the gym Take it easy for the first few days (Photo: Thinkstock) Related News Have you just joined a gym and already started a high-intensity “sprint training” workout A new study has found signs of stress in the muscle tissues of non-athletes and untrained people after ultra-intense leg and arm cycling exercises which might not be healthy Researchers found untrained people had a weakened ability to fight off free radicals — molecules that can alter DNA and harm healthy cells — that may increase the risk of cancer premature aging and organ damage Read More Beginners start slowly and gradually increase intensity over time under the supervision of a trained professional or kinesiologist the authors suggested “Our study raises questions about what the right dose and intensity of exercise for the average person really is” said senior study author Robert Boushel from University of British Columbia’s school of Kinesiology in Canada “We need to be cautious about supporting sprint training in the general population” Boushel added in the paper published in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal The researchers analysed tissue samples from their test the participants and found that their mitochondria — the powerhouse of cells — were only firing at half-power post-training reducing their capacity to consume oxygen and their ability to fight off damage from free radicals “If you’re new to going to the gym participating in high-intensity ‘sprint’ classes may increase your performance but might not be healthy for you” said Boushel Seasoned athletes and those who are well trained have built up antioxidant enzymes in their bodies to protect against free radicals said Boushel The study was carried out in a dozen male volunteers in Sweden all of whom were in good health but self-identified as untrained or only moderately active The men participated in high-intensity training over the course of two weeks that involved repeated 30-second all-out sprints followed by rest periods The study high-intensity sprint training inhibits mitochondrial respiration through aconitase inactivation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJayalalithaa is fondly addressed by her supporters as ‘Amma’ meaning mother in Tamil In the oath taken by AIADMK members on Tuesday they recalled the "relentless hard work of Amma" in making the party a successful people’s movement andvowed to followthe footsteps of the late leader to ensure the party’s growth PTIBy: PTI | Panaji | Published: February 19 2016 11:50 am Ketevan World Sacred Music Festival combining musical traditions from different eras from the East and the West kicked off at Old Goa near in Panji Top News Ketevan World Sacred Music Festival combining musical traditions from different eras from the East and the West kicked off at Old Goa near in Panji today (February 19) The two-day event offers music programmes courses and conferences with artists from several traditions around the world including Carnatic Christian Sufi Hindustani Jewish Orthodox and many others Artists like Rakesh Chaurasia (flute) Debashish Bhattacharya (slide guitar) Santiango Girelli (orchestra conductor from Argentina) Rocio De Frutos (soprano from Spain) and Leo Rossi (violinist from Argentina) are participating The musicians today interacted with school children and women inmates of destitute homes in the state While one group visited Lourdes Convent and St Xavier’s Vidyalaya in Saligao and Korgao another set of musicians visited ‘ASHA Mahal’ destitute home in Taleigao and the Santa Cruz school in Santa Cruz Acclaimed violinist Rossi along with viola player Pablo Trave violin cello player Jose Luis Tarin and Mumbai-based violinist Dielle Braganza regaled the inmates of the ASHA Mahal and later had the children of the Santa Cruz school in a thrall Michelle one of the inmates said “I have never heard such heavenly music before God bless these lovely people for coming to our home today” Soccorinha Fernandes manager ASHA Mahal said “These musicians play in international concerts That they came to our destitute home to share their joy exhibits their humaneness” At the Santa Cruz school the musicians played Mozart to thunderous applause from children School teacher Bernadette Diniz said “We are indeed lucky to have these accomplished musicians visiting us to perform here This is such a big inspiration for our little children” Visiting American choir teacher Nicky Manlove hailed Rossi for the performance For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Montreal | Published: May 19 2017 11:57 am Yelena Isinbayeva’s appointment last December outraged WADA (Source: AP) Related News Russia is making progress but more work lies ahead including the removal of Yelena Isinbayeva as chair of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) before the country can be ruled compliant the World Anti-Doping Agency said on Thursday It has been nearly two years since RUSADA was branded non-compliant and WADA said Russia will remain an outcast until four key demands are met chief among them Isinbayeva’s removal from RUSADA and her replacement with an independent chair and vice-chair Isinbayeva’s appointment last December outraged WADA as the former Olympic pole vault champion was an outspoken critic of a decision by the International Association of Athletics Federations to ban Russian track and field athletes from international competition That decision which was prompted by a series of reports by WADA that found Russia had conducted rampant state-sponsored doping kept the athletes including Isinbayeva from competing in the 2016 Olympics Rob Koehler chair of WADA’s Compliance and Review Committee did not mention Isinbayeva by name when giving his report on the Russian situation to the Foundation Board on Thursday but confirmed changes were coming when questioned by former-WADA chief Dick Pound “Is this the person about whom everyone has complained” asked Pound “To be clear as of the 31st of May the person will be gone” said Koehler While Koehler pointed to progress Pound has not been impressed particularly by Isinbayeva’s presence “They (Russia) are clearly jerking us around putting the pole vaulter (Isinbayeva) in charge” Pound told Reuters “That was Russia basically giving us this” he added holding up his middle finger “If you want to get back inside you better bloody well convince the people who you need to convince that you have turned the corner” Other changes being demanded by WADA include drug testers being allowed access to closed cities where athletes continue to find sanctuary from testing access to athlete biological passports and the implementation of a conflict of interest policy The Foundation Board was told that Russia was in the process of meeting all four conditions which would take it a step closer to full compliance “The board decided that if we receive as I am sure we will that they (Russia) are taking care of the four small conditions then they will start a testing program that is a crucial part of the road map we have towards full compliance” WADA chief Craig Reedie told Reuters “I’m grateful today for the Foundation Board for agreeing that testing in Russia will be able to commence hopefully at the beginning of June “The next Foundation Board meeting is in November and I really hope by that stage the road map process is finished” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 29 2016 9:40 am Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira who gave birth to a baby girl on Friday was discharged from hospital in suburban Khar (Mumbai) Top News Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Rajput left with their newborn daughter for home on Sunday Mira who gave birth to a baby girl on Friday was discharged from hospital in suburban Khar (Mumbai) Both mother and daughter are in good health and dad Shahid can’t be more hands-on With a posse of media watching Mira was seen walking ahead while Shahid followed with their bundle of joy protectively hidden from the cameras in a pink sheet As it was raining he was seen protecting his daughter with an umbrella as he carried her out Shahid’s manager was seen trying to shield the baby’s face from the shutterbugs Shahid’s mother Neelima Azeem had said earlier that he made for a great dad and we can’t agree more Neelima had said earlier “I thank everybody for their wishes and support Both mother and daughter are doing fine and my granddaughter looks absolutely gorgeous Their parents are so happy It’s the fourth generation” Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Rajput became proud parents to their first child a baby girl on Friday The girl was born at the Hinduja hospital in Khar around eight in the evening Shahid himself took to Twitter to confirm the happy news “She has arrived and words fall short to express our happiness Thank you for all your wishes Thank you Dr Kiran Coelho for delivering our little bundle of joy You really are the best” See pics:Before you get to see Shahid Kapoor-Mira’s baby girl here is a look at the cool daddy avatar ofShahid Mira was admitted to the hospital on August 24 ahead of her delivery to the Hinduja Healthcare Surgical Hospital in suburban Khar Earlier the child was expected to be born sometime around mid-September A hospital source said the delivery was normal and the mother as well as the child were doing fine Shahid is busy with post production of Vishal Bhardwaj’s Rangoon at present The film set around the time of World War II also stars Kangana Ranaut and Saif Ali Khan and will release next year As of now the new father has taken time off work to be with Mira and their baby He will be back at work only in October While Shahid could not be reached to comment on his work plans his spokesperson confirmed the source’s comment to Hindustan Times and said “As a caring husband and an expecting father Shahid is always by Mira’s side” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: January 12 2017 4:53 pm Edinson Cavani has scored 24 goals in all competitions this season (Source: AP file) Top News Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery is looking to recruit a striker in the January transfer window to take some pressure off top scorer Edinson Cavani Cavani has scored 24 goals in all competitions this season but the only other player scoring regularly is Brazilian winger Lucas who has 10 Argentina winger Angel Di Maria has struggled to replicate his form from last season and has only four in 22 games so far this season “We are looking at a player in attack to give Cavani a breather” Emery said after PSG’s 2-0 win against Metz in the League Cup quarterfinals on Wednesday “The club is open to recruiting players who will improve our team and increase competition for places” Emery added that he would be happy if PSG could sign “one or two good players” during the window Germany winger Julian Draxler recently joined PSG from Wolfsburg and scored in a 7-0 win against Bastia in the French Cup last weekend PSG has been linked in the British media with a move for Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Pride is certainly the dominant emotion, The officials said,We had prior inputs on these people We were told that these persons under the garb of running computerised lottery system were actually indulging in illegal betting and gambling Hencethe raid? download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Indian captain Virat Kohli on Sunday called the eight-wicket demolition of South Africa their "best game so far" in the ICC Champions Trophy, For all the latest Entertainment News, India skipper Virat Kohli watches the ball run away to the fence off Jonny Bairstow’s bat. Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow was unbeaten on 66 — his 13th Test fifty — while Jos Buttler? In the case of inter-company transfer.

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she is also the tournament’s leading run-scorer with 372 runs from her seven innings.083.040-sq ft tenement in Sangamwadi, “It took me on a journey within, I had never imagined that I will get to experience that with my very first film. Valerian treats Paul and Verma as his own children. saying the case is far from closure despite being “fast tracked”.one of the world?in rather unimaginative surroundings. For all the latest Pune News.

Speaking on the launch of the digitised music channel, a clarification had already been given by the COA head Vinod Rai that deciding the eligibility or ineligibility of the people attending the meeting was not their order. It would then be proved that there is a statistically significant correlation between the onset of stroke and rise in pollution levels.” Akram was first caught in 2004 by Greater Kailash police for barging into a house. on another day, wants to cultivate BJP chief Amit Shah, We are trying to ascertain the reason behind this extreme step, the operating ratio was 0." he was quoted as saying."We need to make a clean break from our past; in 1979 wemade a wrong decision and acted like a proxy for the entirenext decade After 9/11 we again made a wrong decision andadopted a war which was never ours We have bore uncountablelosses of lives and properties in this war" he said Pakistan Army has done its part said Asif asking "Butdid we do our work; did we implement the NAP did we completethe process of de-radicalisation did we bring the activitiesof banned outfits to a halt or are they active and evenparticipating in politics with changed names" The minister rejected the narrative that the Pakistanisoil is being used for terrorism adding that "we will have toconvince the world that Pakistan has nothing to do with theterrorism" It was only in May last year that Sam Allardyce despaired for English coaches “If you look across at the rest of Europe and see how many of their own they look after it’s quite staggering compared to ourselves We do not in any way shape or form look after our own” he told the BBC It was a thought which resonated with many With the Brexit referendum only a month away the narrative had shifted to ‘taking back control’ And who better than Allardyce to give air to fears of a lost age File picture of Alan Pardew (L) and Sam Allardyce Reuters Few months later the manager affectionately known as ‘Big Sam’ was told to go by the English Football Association after one game in charge of the men’s national side His fault Allardyce was caught in a sting operation accused of handing out advice on dodging the FA’s third party ownership rules Yet all those fears of Big Sam seem rather misplaced–much like the arguments made for Brexit With Everton confirming his appointment Allardyce is the sixth English manager in charge of Premier League side this season Although the Toffees had according to Big Sam hesitated over his appointment–Marco Silva was their first choice—it is worth noting that English managers are in demand once foreign names fail This season has already set a trend Clubs fall in trouble and seeks the cosy comfort of familiarity The brief to new appointees is maintenance of Premier League status no less Frank de Boer Slaven Bilic and Ronald Koeman gone Enter Roy Hodgson David Moyes and Sam Allardyce And there’s Alan Pardew too Upon his return to football management Pardew belaboured the point that he had been unfairly sacked at his previous clubs So very unlike him to say that At least he feels he has a point to prove So does Moyes Allardyce was no different during his short tenure with Palace last season earning two million pounds for his toils The fact is that old white Englishmen of football have not a lot of convincing to do They constantly get rewarded for failing or succeeding little in the Premier League Like bankers in the aftermath of the global downturn Allardyce at Everton is a particular sore point While he has never been relegated with a Premier League side in his career it seems rather odd for the Toffees to appoint him Only a few months ago they were talking of breaking into the top six Quite clearly the aims are no longer the same Allardyce promises security but no more After the summer splurge and the money that Everton possesses now mere Premier League survival reflects a diminution of ambition It might be the case that not many better options existed but it remains to be seen whether the man who once joked that he would get a top job only if his name was ‘Allardici’ is the right fit It is rather peculiar for a Premier League club with a potentially dubious ownership structure to hire a manager who has previously been accused of corruption Allardyce also left his position as England manager under a cloud but that does not seem to have affected his standing Not to forget Pardew has landed a job despite head-butting a player during his tenure at Newcastle While the manager served the punishment Premier League clubs do seem eager to hire people who have been around His record is not the most flattering When Pardew got the sack at Palace he had won only six games in the whole calendar year The manager has experienced highs in the past but one wonders if West Brom took the easy option Moyes of course was involved in a sexism incident at Sunderland last season when he threatened to slap Vicki Sparks a BBC reporter for asking a tough question Despite finishing bottom of the Premier League with Sunderland following underwhelming spells at Real Sociedad and Manchester United the Scot is in line for two million pounds if he keeps West Ham in the Premier League Not to forget the hefty payout—in excess of five million pounds—he received after his sacking by Manchester United in April 2014 British managers are not in demand you say What unites Moyes Pardew and Allardyce is that neither of them has won a major trophy Thankfully that will not be a concern at their new clubs Roy Hodgson of course stands out because he has had a more distinguished career in football management but his tenure with England was thoroughly underwhelming culminating in a round of 16 exit at last year’s Euros against Iceland It is often the complaint of managers like Allardyce that young English coaches do not get a chance to prove their worth in the Premier League Well Eddie Howe has consistently outdone expectations One wonders if there are other talented names whose paths are blocked by the likes of Allardyce and not just foreign coaches In a moment when almost a third of Premier League managers are English one certainly would not come to the conclusion that domestic coaches are not welcome In fact if anything the recent appointments have shown that there is a paucity of managerial talent in English football It may claim to be the best league in the world but very few industries would reward managers for failure like the Premier League The culture of short-termism that has pervaded English football is not limited to the transfer market alone With five sackings already club owners are not prepared to wait for return on their investment And when it all starts going wrong they seek familiar comforts Immediacy is paramount And if there are no short-term comforts a compensation payout is always viable in the money-laden Premier League Rinse Repeat Written by Abhishek Angad | Published: July 5 2016 2:10 pm Top News Two persons both Masters in Computer Application (MCA) were arrested by the Delhi Crime Branch on July 1 for fraud and cheating The accused identified as Jay Shankar and Rajesh Rawat were arrested for cheating at least five people to the tune of Rs 8 lakh in Delhi Their modus operandi was simple: the accused used to procure credit card details of unsuspecting clients on the pretext of enhancing their credit limit Based on the details they would apply for duplicate SIM cards of the victim’s phone number Police said they were able to get the numbers issued from the concerned outlets after lodging a lost report of the original number on the Delhi Police’s website The incident came to notice after a businessman lodged a complaint in Delhi in April when he came to know that someone had fraudulently used his credit card for two online transactions to the tune of Rs 2 lakh and Rs 50000 Police said that without knowledge of the victim the accused persons had got issued duplicate SIM card of the victim after blocking the original card Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news To probe the case the police constituted a team led by inspector Atul Tyagi The Crime Branch got help from the online companies of the area of delivery of the goods Police arrested Jay Shankar near Jhandewala and later Rajesh Rawat was also nabbed Police said that both the accused were from Indore and after completing their MCA they came to Delhi to work as software professionals According to the police Shanker claimed to have worked as a Java developer and also claimed to develop a software for 12 Delhi government hospitals Police said that Shankar met Rawat in this company which issued postpaid mobile connections They learned the process of issuing duplicate SIM cards here “The accused used to collect and store all IDs and photographs of canceled forms with an intent to commit fraud in future Meanwhile Shankar along with Rawat got registered his own company named ‘J2K SYSTEM PVT LTD’ and registered their company on JustDial seeking customers who are interested to avail enhanced credit cards limit” said JCP Crime Ravindra Yadav “They got information through JustDial regarding customers who were interested in getting new credit cards with enhanced limit They used to visit them where they obtained details of their existing credit cards along with their IDs” Yadav said He added “Later on they visited the site of Delhi Police for online registration of NCR (Non Cognizable Report) of registered mobile phone number of that customer Once online NCR is registered immediately they used to contact customer care of concerned cellular company to block their lost SIM so that victim could not get SMS alert of upcoming online transaction in the sequence of commission of online fraud” Police said that after blocking the original SIM of the victim they visited the outlet of cellular company and on the basis of copy of original ID of victim they obtained the duplicate SIM Later they purchased gold coins online and got it delivered near their home in an open area said police Changes needed to curb online fraud A senior police officer said that many changes need to be made in order to curb illegal activities online “The NCR should not be an official proof document as in the current case as it was misused Also the companies like JustDial needs to verify if the company details are correct” Bhisam Singh DCP of Crime Branch said that the onus is on the telecom companies too “The outlets of the concerned telecom companies should give duplicate SIM cards to concerned people unlike in this case where it was given to anyone carrying the IDs Also the e-commerce companies need to deliver the goods on the particular address and not on the streets” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MAYURA JANWALKAR | Delhi | Published: February 8 2016 2:04 am Related News The Delhi government has undertaken a feasibility study for the construction of the fourth phase of Barapullah elevated road extending it from INA to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) senior government officials said While the second phase from INA to Sarai Kale Khan is likely to be completed in the next seven to eight months the third phase of the signal-free corridor from Sarai Kale Khan to Mayur Vihar is expected to be completed by December 2017 officials said Share This Article Related Article “A feasibility study to extend the Barapullah elevated road from INA to the airport is being undertaken It will be examined if land is available for the project as it is almost impossible to acquire any new land If found feasible and approved the extended elevated road will cut the travel time from Mayur Vihar to the airport from 45-60 minutes to 20-25 minutes” a senior official said According to government sources if the Delhi government decides to go ahead with the fourth phase of the project the construction may take about two-and-a-half years to be completed However it will take about two years to obtain clearances from Unified Traffic and Trasportation Infrastructure (Planning and Engineering) Centre (UTTIPEC) and the Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC) before construction begins sources said The 34 km-long corridor being built by the Public Works Department (PWD) in the third phase of the Barapullah elevated road from Sarai Kale Khan to Mayur Vihar will ease traffic on NH-24 and de-congest the Ring Road at Ashram South Extension and Bhairon Marg The road is also expected to reduce travel time from Mayur Vihar to AIIMS to 10 minutes For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | London | Published: June 22 2016 3:26 pm Match between England and Sri Lanka ended in a tie (Source: Reuters) Top News England skipper Eoin Morgan has admitted that his side were lucky to escape with a dramatic tie in the opening one-day international of the five-match Royal London series against Sri Lanka at Trent Bridge Chasing a competitive target of 287 England were reeling at 82 for six before Jos Buttler and man-of-the-match Chris Woakes steadied the ship by making a solid 138-run stand for the seventh wicket Needing 14 off the last over with eight wickets down England levelled the scores in the final ball of the pulsating match when tailender Liam Plunkett smacked Nuwan Pradeep over long-off for a six READ:Liam Plunkett hits last-ball to seal thrillingtie “We are very lucky to get out of this game with a tie and go to Edgbaston at 0-0 all square” Morgan was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo “The general performance was poor Bat ball field was really rusty That was as bad as we have performed with the bat over the past year” The skipper however insisted that the belief in the squad was high and added that their confidence was bolstered especially after seeing tailenders’ skills with the bat “You can always win the game from any situation and today proved that a little bit” Morgan said “We were dead and buried a couple of times in the World T20 There is a lot of belief in the changing room particularly with the bat” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 13 2016 4:37 am Top News The Congress organised camps outside banks at various sectors to help those people who thronged to deposit or exchange their old notes in Chandigarh on Saturday Watch What Else is Making News The camps were organised at Sectors 20 19 30 37 and Ramdarwar The Congress workers also offered tea and snacks to the people Leaders who arranged the camps included Sandeep Bhardwaj Dr OP Verma Rajiv Modgil Yadvindra Mehta Parhlad Sharma NS Riku Sukhi Jagdeep Mahajan and Bhajan Kaur Chandigarh Congress chief Pradeep Chhabra termed the decision to ban the currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 untimely and said that the decision has hit the common men hard He said that while the BJP government in the Centre has failed to bring black money from Swiss banks it is harassing the common man housewives and poor people in the country by banning currency notes For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asked BJP office bearers and public representatives not to undertake any contractual work andinstead monitor them for effective execution File image of Yogi Adityanath PTI He said BJP’s unprecedented win the recent Assembly elections had only increased the responsibilities of the party and its workers "No office bearer of the party or any public representative should undertake any thekedaari (contractual work) They should rather monitor them And if they find any discrepancy they can inform me so that action could be taken immediately against the guilty" he said Addressing people at the BJP’s regional office on the second day of visit to Gorakhpur his parliamentary constituency he said "After victory a number of important works have to be accomplished The people of the state have reposed their faith in us and the onus is on us to meet their expectations while ensuring accountability of our actions" Adityanath also laid stress on sense of responsibility and accountibility among his ministerial colleagues "I am the CM (Surya Pratap) Shahiji is Cabinet minister But the post of CM or Cabinet minister is not meant for flaunting In fact it is an indicator of one’s responsibility and accountability towards the public which elected you with an overwhelming majority" he said pointing towards some ministers present there The Uttar Pradesh chief minister who is still the local MP urged the party to gear up for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections "In the next two years you have to work tirelessly irrespective of the fact that there is sunshine rain or biting cold Efforts should be made to ensure that the welfare schemes of the Centre percolate to the last strata of the society and needy people are able to avail its benefits" he said amidst a thunderous applause from the audience Underscoring the need for improved work culture Adityanathalso said people who were prepared to work for 18-20 hours a day are "most welcome" to join him the rest are free to leave "Time has come that we should work 18-20 hours a day There no time for any mauj masti (entertainment)" he said He also urged the people to help him break the negative image of UP "For the past few years Uttar Pradesh has been defined as a state from whose boundaries begins darkness from where the potholed roads begin and the place from where the women startto feel insecure I was to break this mindset" he said and added that he wants to make UP a place where women feel safe and secure Adityanath said "I would like to assure that in the nexttwo months people would come to know how a state government should work I have got an opportunity to clean the mess and I will do it" He also advised his ministers that they should be accessible to the public "The doors of your house and office must remain open to the public This would ensure that the government is able to reach to the last person of the society No one would go to bed on an empty stomach and money would not be a constraint in marriage of any girl" he said Referring to the acid attack on a woman from Raebareili hesaid "The officials are working on puraanaadharraa (old style) I went to KGMU to inquire about the well being of the woman and gave them an ultimatum that everythingmust be done in the next couple of hours" He also referred to the Agra loot which was worked out?” said Singh.

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