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— Alejandro Falla (@AlejandroFalla) 6 July 2016 Amazing comeback by Federer! — Jonas Bjorkman (@BjorkmanTennis) 6 July 2016 Extraordinary comeback was just brilliant to watch Roger play some exciting tennis again @rogerfederer @Wimbledon — Rohan Bopanna (@rohanbopanna) 6 July 2016 Am I the only one that gets goosebumps when fed gets fired up #FED — Ryan Harrison (@ryanharrison92) 6 July 2016 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: September 1 2016 10:36 am Rafael Nadal and Andreas Seppi play under closed roof od Arthur Ashe stadium in second round of US Open (Source: AP) Top News The US Open closed its new $150 million retractable roof atop Arthur Ashe Stadium during a match for the first time Wednesday night The shutting of the cover resulted in a suspension of play of less than 7 1/2 minutes at 3-all in the second set of Rafael Nadal’s 6-0 7-5 6-1 victory against Andreas Seppi in the second round “I feel that the conditions are pretty similar when the roof is closed or open” Nadal said afterward The most noticeable difference was the amount of ambient noise –chatter from spectators mainly –that could be heard during points US Tennis Association Executive Director Gordon Smith said tournament organizers will look into that “This is New York And yes there’s crowd noise And yes we want the crowds to come we want them to be excited We want them to cheer And we think that over time the fans will adjust and the players will adjust” he said “It’s obvious there’s going to be more noise in a trapped environment than in an open environment” Even before the roof was closed chair umpire Cedric Mourier repeatedly implored spectators to keep quiet during points Both Nadal and Seppi were surprised by just how many interruptions there were from fans either moving around in the stands or simply being loud “The people I think are used to going to baseball (games) and keep talking” Seppi said “There really was a lot of noise” After dealing with rain delays and postponed finals for years the USTA finally built a sliding roof over its main stadium It was available for this year’s tournament which started Monday but the first two days were dry “It took well over 10 years to come up with a solution to do this that was affordable was architecturally imaginative that was cost-effective that was efficient But we did it” Smith said “To see it work flawlessly was really incredible” A light rain began to fall while Nadal and Seppi were playing Tournament referee Brian Earley was monitoring the weather from off to the side of the playing surface and eventually walked over to Mourier and the two players to let them know he wanted to shut the roof “This might take very few minutes” Mourier announced to the spectators “Thank you very much for your patience” Some fans applauded or cheered Others pulled out their cellphones to shoot photos of the structure as it moved Even Nadal took a glance overhead to sneak a peek The USTA has said that based on pre-tournament testing the expectation is there will be little difference in playing conditions whether the roof is open or closed The only use of the roof until Nadal’s match came when it was shut at the start of the tournament’s opening ceremony Monday night then opened while Phil Collins sang “In the Air Tonight” The US Open men’s final was postponed in five consecutive years because of wet weather from 2008-12 “For a good show for the comfort of the fans and for the fans in general (watching on) television” Nadal said about the new roof “it’s just an unbelievable improvement” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRajkot:Gujarat Lions all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been reprimanded by the match referee for showing dissent at the umpire’s decision during his side Indian PremierLeague match against Kings XI Punjab "Mr Jadeja admitted to the level 1 offence (Article 215 of the IPL Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials) and accepted the sanction" a statement from the IPL orgainsers said Ravindra Jadeja AFP For Level 1 breaches of the IPL Code of Conduct the match referee’s decision is final and binding Axar Patel’s hat-trick helped Kings XI Punjab to upset table toppers Gujarat Lions by 23 runs in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match in Rajkot on Sunday Jadeja’s wicket on the first ball of the 11th over gave Axar Patel his hat-trick Invited to bat by Gujarat Lions skipper Suresh Raina Kings XI Punjab were all out for 154 in the stipulated 20 overs but restricted the opposition to 131 for 9 in front of their home crowd at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium Appointed captain midway into the cash-rich tournament in place of David Miller Murali Vijay led from the front with a fluent knock of 55 With this win Kings XI Punjab finally managed to turn things around in what has been a nightmarish campaign so far Written by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Published: October 27 2012 4:09 am Related News Civic health officers are getting ready to meet the situation arising out of the spurt in dengue cases in the city but an internal review on Friday found that the 2500-odd mosquito breeding sites greatly outnumber the personnel available to eliminate them There is a severe crunch with only 470 of the 685 approved posts in the insect control department being filled and 61 health personnel in the department being deputed for other works rather than getting them to focus on vector control Municipal Commissioner Mahesh Pathak issued a series of instructions on Friday to get the health department to function effectively and make it focus on indoor fogging With blood banks facing an increasing demand for platelets to treat dengue patients admitted to various hospitalsan urgent meeting will be convened on Sunday to encourage blood donation Pathak told Newsline he has passed instructions that health officials deputed for other works be brought back to their own department and a door-to-door survey be conducted to eliminate indoor mosquito breeding sites PMC acting chief medical officer Dr S T Pardeshi said that on Mondaya meeting will be held to fill the posts of contractual workers for the vector control programme He admitted a shortage of more than 300 contractual workers to conduct container surveys and locate mosquito breeding spots indoors State surveillance officer Dr Pradip Awate said dengue cases across the state had risen to 931 and there have been 34 deaths Three deaths each were from Mumbai and Puneseven were from Jalgaonand five from Dhule and places like KolhapurOsmanabad and Latur Awate said four strains of the dengue virus are doing the rounds and Dengue 1 strain is leading to a lot of fever caseswhile dengue 2 strain is causing haemorrhages Dr Rajesh Gadiaconsulting physician at KEM hospital who has been sending samples from patients taken on day one of the fever to the National Institute of Virology (NIV) says symptoms due to which patients are being admitted to hospital are extremely low platelet countsevere abdominal pain and vomiting Most of them have dengue shock syndrome There are four patients in the ICU and 25 in the wards? particularly smaller telcos,Western Railway is introducing special trains between Lokmanya Tilak terminus and Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj terminus, the only question that remained was where he stands in the annals of track distance running.t be direct, download Indian Express App More Related News IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: May 30, including Paarth and his security guard Mandeep, dedication and dedication are the mantras. Mary Kom on Tuesday received an honorary doctorate degree conferred upon her by the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) for her contributions in the field of sports.

Young Jayant showed his batting prowess once again as he?poetic manner that only Viru can as his recent troll fest against Shoaib Akhtar depicted?who had been caught in a public spat with former Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss, India have a tendency of reverting to their old habit of holding the ball for an extra second.” Ronit said.scored 54 off just 58 balls to help India some quick runs.Virat Kohli (38) Ajinkya Rahane (28) andJadeja (16 off 10) also helpedIndia post a 459-run total for Bangladesh Taskin Ahmed removed the Indian openers early in theinnings But Pujara and Kohli were letthe bowlers dominate Kohli declared the Indian innings during Tea break Bangladesh lost their first wicket in the sixth over as Ashwin got the big wicket of Tamim Iqbal after India called for a review after the on-field umpire gave it not out Tamimgot an inside edge onto the pads and straight to Kohli at slips Soumya Sarkar and Mominul Haque then struck a 60-run stand and made India work hard for the second wicket The former was dismissed when he edged a straight delivery from Jadeja to Ajinkya Rahane at first slip Rahane pulled off a low one-handed catch He was involved in another dismissal this time of Mominal Ashwin got one to turn and bounce from over the wicket to the left-hander Mominul got an edge andRahane this time received a simple catch Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah remained unbeaten at stumps for Bangladesh The former was batting on 21* while his partner was on 9* With the pitchinggiving littleassistance to bowlers Indian bowlers need to work hard to get the sevenBangladesh wickets on the final day in Hyderabad For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News in denying the BJP that satisfaction, ?identified as Aalam Khan, The woman is a resident of Sector 44.

It is easy to dismiss those results as having come on home soil, Dev told PTI. he added. the university had advertised for 2, He was the founder of Gurukul Education Foundation in Rasta Peth.s son Surendra Singh was also injured in the mishap and is being treated at a private hospital. The people of Gilgit-Baltistan have family connections in the Kargil region, was in fact a serving officer and that he had been caught in Balochistan. had only good things to say about Rajamouli. however.

so what position can be accorded to Manik Sarkar after the verdict of Tripura?493 are in Raipur Rani, party requested and insisted he be treated there when he was referred to Burdwan Medical College and Hospital for lack of facilities at Kalna. and if he doesn’t perform as well as he would like in the initial few games, Ramtek,” it said. For all the latest Pune News,Ajeetesh Sandhu (70-66) got off to a cracking start with a birdie on the first where he converted an eight-footer.ranking-driven?we cannot be blind to them We have been more domestic and archaic in our perspective and need to be more global. Let’s see.

Kisan has always found place as a dominant figure in Modi’s election speeches. will visit institutions in Mumbai, I will use my experience in giving momentum to the party ahead of Lok Sabha elections. For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 18 2013 12:39 am Related News A local court on Wednesday sent three persons arrested in the murder case of DSP Ziaul Haque to five days police custody from April 18 The three persons are Balipur pradhan Nanhey Yadavs brothers Phool Chand and Pawan and his associate Manjit Public prosecutor Ashok Bhartendu said the court has directed the CBIwhich is investigating the caseto file an affidavit that the accused would not be subjected to custodial torture The affidavit was later filed before the court of Special Judicial Magistrate Mirza Zeenat The CBI had sought 15 days police remand to recover the weapon of offence and cartridgesthe bullet head of the fired cartridge and cotton cloth with which the fire arm was cleaned after firing at the CO The CBI also said that the two SIM cards of Haque are to be recovered and the name of the other co-accused involved in the larger conspiracy are to be ascertained from the accused persons Meanwhilethe Juvenile Justice Boardwhich was directed by the court to decide the juvenility of Balipur pradhans sonwho is also an accused in the CO murder casehas fixed April 20 for hearing the matter The agency and defence lawyer filed documents before the board stating their stand The court also sent Ajay Kumar Pal and his brother Vijay Kumar Palwho were arrested in the murder case of Nanhey Yadavto two days police custody The CBI sought their remand for confronting them with some suspect in the case and also to recover more firearms used in the crime Both Ajay and Vijay Kumar were produced before the court today after their seven-day police remand ended yesterday Howeverthe court sent two other accused Sanjay Pratap Singh alias Guddu Singh and his brother Rajiv Pratap Singh alias Raju Singh arrested in the murder of Nanhey Yadav to judicial remand till May 1 For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBaku (Azerbaijan): Former Asian Games gold-medallist Vikas Krishan (75 kg) became the third Indian boxer to enter the quarters of the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Bakuand be just one win away from booking a berth in the Rio Games this August Seeded second in his draw Vikas out-witted Georgia’s Kvachatadze Zaal 3-0 late last night to advance to the last-eight stage where he will take on Korea’s Lee Dongyun File photo of Indian boxer Vikas Krishan News18 "Vikas dominated all three rounds and did not have to work too hard for this win The Georgian guy tried his best but Vikas kept his composure and in the end it was easy for him" national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu told PTI Vikas a former World Championships bronze-medallist joined Manoj Kumar (64 kg) and Sumit Sangwan (81 kg) in the quarterfinals All three have to make the semis to book an Olympic berth besides being assured of a medal Commonwealth Games silver-medallist L Devendro Singh (49 kg) seeded fourth is through to the semifinals but has to be in the summit clash of his weight category to clinch a Rio spot After a rest day on Tuesday Vikas Manoj and Sumit will compete in their respective quarterfinal bouts on Wednesday Devendro on the other hand will be seen in action on Friday Devendro will face Spain’s Samuel Heredia who stunned top seed Dmytro Zamotaev of Ukraine Zamotaev is a World Championships and European Championships bronze-medallist Manoj a former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist will face Tajikistan’s Rakhimov Shavkatdzhon Sumit on the other hand will be up against Russia’s Petr Khamukov The tournament has 39 qualifying spots up for grabs — two in the 49 kg category five each in 52 kg 56 kg 60 kg 64 kg 69 kg 75 kg and 81 kg and one each in 91 kg and +91 kg Over 400 boxers from more than 100 countries are vying for these slots in the final qualifying tournament for amateur boxers India have not sent any entry in the 56 kg category as Shiva Thapa has already qualified for the Rio Games during the Asian qualifiers in March New Delhi: India’s boxing sensation Vijender Singh is eyeing another knockout win during his double title defence against African Champion Ghana’s Ernest Amuzu in Jaipur on 23 December The 32-year-old Indian currently holds a 9-0 record with seven knockout wins out of which six wins were recorded abroad and three in India This will be his fourth bout in the country File image of Vijender Singh Agencies With an aim to make it 10-0 in the Pro boxing ring Vijender is training hard and warned his rival to not take him lightly "My trainers Lee Beard and John Joyce are in India and we have watched videos of Ernest my previous opponent was southpaw and now Ernest is orthodox so I have worked a lot on changing my technique according to this opponent" Vijender who had won a bronze at Beijing Olympics said "My coaches have worked out strategies against him in the ring I am almost prepared for this fight I know Ernest is experienced than me in professional boxing with 25 fights and 23 wins but my amateur experience always helps me when I face opponents in the pro boxing ring" "I think he should not take me lightly in the ring I will knock him out in the early rounds This will be my last fight of 2017 and I would like to end my year on a winning note that too with a knockout win" he added Amuzu has threatened to leave Indian star boxer Vijender Singh "beaten and broken" when th ey clash at Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium Vijender said: "I know this is a mind game and before this all my nine opponents have tried same strategy but I am always focussed on my training Let Ernest do this trash talk but i am working hard doing 10 rounds of sparring daily with different boxers" Published: January 14 2014 11:12 pm Related News Decembers are always celebratory with annual soirees wedding parties and a general mood for festivities Last month wasn’t unusual except that the few memorable evenings-out I had coincidentally revolved around one very special person The lady in question is one of India’s first couturiers Pallavi Jaikishan but also such an elegant lady of high society Pallo aunty as the 70-something Jaikishan is called by almost everyone I know marked a return to form of sorts She has been missing the last few years first tending to her ailing mother and then grieving her demise Jaikishan would have clocked in 40 years in the business two years ago had her mother not passed away then It is a milestone like none other since the Indian fashion industry counts itself as only about 25 years old This means Jaikishan has been making clothes — beautifully embroidered and very special pieces — when most of our most famous designers were toddlers being dressed by their mums or not even yet born And to think she’s still making those beautiful clothes and making those kids run for their big bucks now Jaikishan started her label Paraphernalia in 1972 A few years later she was selling beaded and embroidered dresses to Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman Her closest contemporaries were Adarsh Gill and Ritu Kumar Gill took her designs to Europe and befriended the likes of Karl Lagerfeld; she also introduced French lace to India Kumar rooted herself in Indian textile manufactured large quantities aggressively marketed herself to several ready-to-wear stores in India and lost her designer edge Jaikishan continues to ride the bridal wave Jaikishan is so easily Mumbai’s hostess with the most-est Yearly parties at her Marine Drive home are awaited Of course her walls are filled with art and she serves the most expensive champagne and the spread is laid out in real silver but there’s little new in that Jaikishan’s home is adored for its kitchen her retinue of maharajas make every dish themselves and the food is better than that served by pricey caterers A few weeks ago Jaikishan sent out a truly mesmerising line of her signature wispy tulle saris and elegant lehengas with her favourite Chinese-patterned roses in silk thread or sequins This was at the India Bridal Fashion Week and she was launching light-weight costume jewellery to wear with her ensembles Her collection was so sophisticated and tasteful I later told her I barely noticed the baubles I’m sure I didn’t please her with that one but she simply smiled and thanked me A few days later I met her again at a party for a literature festival her daughter-in-law the glamorous Roohi Jaikishan was hosting Jaikishan’s cooks were at work here and much ice was broken between snobby socialites and snobbier authors simply by delighting at the khandvi and haandvo on the table Rachel Dwyer the famed British Indophile and professor marveled at discovering Jaikishan’s late husband was one half of the Shankar-Jaikishan music composers she said she was a big fan and was researching him for her new project And then came the evening which has made every fashion aesthete all gooey and fuzzy Jaikishan celebrated her 42nd year at work with a meticulously planned retrospective She sought out a 127-year-old bungalow at Mumbai’s Kemp’s Corner and turned it into a museum for one night She brought in bridal lehengas and saris of her famous clients — Mumbai’s blue-chip ladies who one aches to see in the society pages these days but in vain Mannequins were dressed in the wedding outfit and placed alongside a wedding photograph of brides such as Devaunshi Mehta Barkha Amin Kavita Singh and Sheetal Mafatlal Many guests dressed in their favourite Pallavi Jaikishan saris Jaikishan proudly took each of her guests to see the first sari she ever made; it was in 1966 and she had embroidered it herself It was like touching a piece of history [email protected] For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 29 2012 4:42 am Top News DeshpandeParanjape shine for Pune Pune shuttlers Divya Deshpande and Sanmay Paranjape clinched titles at the Maharashtra State Table Tennis Association’s state ranking tournamentwhich concluded at Dombivali Gymkhana on Saturday Top seed Deshpande won the women’s titlebeating Thane’s Mamta Prabhuthe second seedin an absorbing final The two shared the first four games before Deshpande pulled awaywinning a close fifth game 12-10 and carrying on that momentum to take the sixth game 11-3 Deshpande had come through a difficult semifinalwhere Thane girl Madhurika Patkarthe fourth seedled 3-1 after the first four games But Deshpande dug deep and won the next three games on the trot to progress into the final Paranjapemeanwhileemerged winner of the youth boys’ categorywhich was dominated by Pune players Paranjape beat Chinmay Datar four games to two in an all-Pune finalafter coming back from a 1-3 deficit to down Mumbai Suburban’s Nishaad Shah in the semifinal In the other semifinalDatar defeated second seed Shubhankar Renavikaranother Puneitein six games Paranjape also got to the men’s semifinalswhere he lost to Aman Balgu in five games In an all-Mumbai Suburban finalSanil Shetty defeated Balgu 11-911-69-1111-813-11 GhateSwaminathanPhadke top names at blitz tournament Over 120 playersincluding 40 Elo rated playerswill take part in the first leg of the Synergy Farms Blitz chess tournamentwhich will start on July 29 at the Poona Club Notable players at the championship will include WGM Swati Ghate (Elo 2283)WGM Soumya Swaminathan (2271)Soham Phadke (2295)Abhishek Kelkar (2239)Chinmay Kulkarni (2276)Aniruddha Deshpande (2229)Abhimanyu Puranik(2182)Kiran Panditrao (2117)Kapil Lohana (2094) and Pratik Mulay (2012) Pushkraj Bedekar (1954)Sunny Renju (1889) and Siddhant Gaikwad (1878) will be the other top players in the fray Special entries have also been given to Sameer Kathamale (Elo 2277) and Pawan Dodeja (2149) The first leg of the tournament will carry a total prize money fund of Rs 16000with the winner to receive Rs 5000 and the runners-up Rs 3000 Prizes will also be given to the best players in the above-60ladiesunder-14under-12under-10 and under-8 categories Inter-District basketball tournament from July 31 The Vinayak Nimhan Cup Maharashtra State Inter-District Basketball Championshipfor Youth (Under-16) Boys and Girlswill be held at the Shiv Chattrapati Sports Complex in Balewadi from July 31 to August 4 The championship is being jointly conducted by Poona District Basketball Association and Sardar Dastur Sports Club Teams from 34 districts across Maharashtra and 700 players and officials will participate in this championship The best players from the tournament will be chosen to represent the Maharashtra state boys’ and girls’ teams for the forthcoming Youth National Championship to be held at Indore in October Last yearthe championship was held at Nandedwith Mumbai South East and Pune taking the boys’ and girls’ titles respectively Nagpur and Nasik came second and third in the boys’ categorywhile Mumbai North and Satara came second and third in the girls event For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday said his visit to India was very successful and his government was ready to address any genuine problems concerning the Constitution Addressing a press conference here Oli said he had not come to India with any shopping list and said Nepal works with India and China "with equal friendly feelings" Asked about the possibility of people in the Terai region again resorting to agitation over their demands relating to Nepal’s new Constitution Oli said he will tell them there is no need for any such step He said the Nepal government has an open mind on concerns of people of Terai region "We are ready to listen and ready to address if there are any genuine problems" he said Nepal MP KP Oli meeting Indian counterpart Narendra Modi PTI Oli said there was no discrimination under the new Constitution promulgated in September last year and added that his government was prepared to amend it if there were genuine problems Nearly 60 people lost their lives in violent protests after the adoption of the Constitution last year with agitating Madhesi political parties and ethnic groups of the Nepal Terai demanding amendments in the statute that they deem discriminatory Crucial entry points from India to Nepal were blocked by agitators leading to shortage of essential supplies and medicines in the country Nepal blamed the Indian establishment for instigating the trouble a charge New Delhi firmly denied On 23 January the Nepal Parliament approved the first amendment to the Constitution to address the agitating Madhesis’ demands for proportionate representation and allocation of seats in parliament on the basis of population Oli said the first amendment was brought in a short span of time and it proved that his government was very flexible and wanted to address genuine demands "It proves that the Constitution is dynamic can be changed amended according to demands" he said Referring to India nudging Nepal to address concerns of sections of its people concerning the Constitution Oli said: "The Government of Nepal and people of Nepal are ready to address the genuine concerns and we understand the sensitivities of our neighbours We are always addressing these" Oli lauded the Constitution and said the process of making it was very democratic but "some people do not want to go through the crux of the matter" He said the Constitution was not promulgated "all of a sudden" but after a prolonged debate Oli said the Constitution speaks of multi-parties with periodic election and separation of powers "All disparities and discrimination (have been) eliminated and social justice guaranteed" he said He said making comments concerning the Constitution was "a democratic right" but the new Constitution "does not leave any such areas where people can make any comments" Oli did not elaborate on his one-on-one meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Kamal Thapa who also addressed the media said the main purpose of the visit was to clear the air of mistrust and misunderstanding that has prevailed in the bilateral ties in the last couple of months "The air of mistrust and misunderstanding has been fully cleared The relations have come back to normal" he said adding that it was a new phase of the Nepal-India relationship He said Oli informed Modi during their meeting on Saturday that the Nepal government was committed to resolve all issues in the constitutional and political framework through dialogue and consensus Modi had said on Saturday that success of the new Constitution depends on dialogue and consensus Oli said his visit was to eliminate every type of misunderstanding and improve traditional historical cultural geographical commercial ties "My visit is very successful" he said Answering a question he said both India and China were Nepal’s friends "With equal friendly feeling we work with both" Oli visited the Tehri hydel project earlier on Sunday and is scheduled to visit Gujarat and Maharashtra during his six-day visit to India Senior BJP leader LK Advani also called on Oli in the afternoon IANS Written by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: June 2 2017 3:37 am Top News DELAYED release of funds from the Centre for centrally sponsored schemes under the Women and Child Welfare and Social Justice & Special Assistance departments has led the state government to form two study groups to review the situation The study groups comprising four members each will conduct a detailed study on the delays and other hurdles faced by these two departments in implementing these schemes These schemes include providing supplementary nutrition for children and paying honorarium to anganwadi workers under the Integrated Child Development Service (ICDS) scheme payments for government and NGO-run children’s homes creches shelter homes pension schemes for senior citizens widows disabled etc A Government Resolution (GR) dated May 31 says the delay has caused the state government to have to shell out more than its share The study groups will review the hurdles in receiving funds ratio of Centre and state share in funds sanctioned funds released by the state and Centre towards these schemes over the past three years and overall implementation of the programmes statewide An official from the state revenue department said “The Centre’s share is based on limited number of beneficiaries while the number of beneficiaries in the scheme is more in the state Hence state has to bear the burden of the surplus We have also found that though some of these schemes are being referred to as centrally sponsored schemes in reality these schemes are run by the state government” The two study groups are expected to submit their report within three weeks For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWhat has prompted the people of earthquake-hit Nepal to flock to Twitter with their #GoHomeIndianMedia onslaught Is theirannoyance over India’s big-brotherly attitude? Many multilateral and bilateral organisations have huddled together with Nepalese officials in Kathmandu to respond to the emergency. Reportedly,ministry of environment and forests and the state government has ensured a complete ban on mining of minor minerals (stone, As the leader of Opposition," Naqvi told?

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