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2013 2:10 am Related News The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) will be celebrating its centenary beginning December 21. “But doing a fiction show is definitely a little pressure, The programmes in education and library sciences are even shorter. who is fearless and done with being in a ‘celeb’ shell.deputy speaker, These will be operated and maintained by the private operator for the next 10 years, a DJB official said The DJB decided to start a public-private partnership for revamping the citys water management system because it wanted to introduce the technological changes in tankers These changes include biometric identification of driversa GPS system to monitor tanker movementa flow meter to account for the amount of water taken and supplieda chlorimeter to ensure quality and an auto-lock system to prevent leakagesan official said The DIMTSwhich is already monitoring the movement of city buseswill replicate the process for tankers It will bear the basic infrastructure cost for the purposewhile the DJB will make monthly payments on the basis of performance National Institute of Smart Governance will monitor the expenses Tracking the movement of tankers would help check water pilferagea DJB source said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDhaka: Bangladesh’s cricket chiefs on Monday defended the decision to host South Africa’s Test series in the monsoon months of July and August saying no other dates were available The two-Test series ended in an inevitable 0-0 draw after the last two days of the first match in Chittagong were washed out and four out of five days’ play in the second game in Dhaka were lost to bad weather Rain rain and more rain in Bangladesh as 6 out of 10 days were washed against South Africa AP South African captain Hashim Amla said he was frustrated at being part of what he called a "bizarre" series "This is one of the most bizarre Test series I have been involved in" the usually unflappable Amla said "I don’t think I have played a series where out of 10 days six days have been rained off" The monsoon season which usually starts in mid-June accounts for 80 per cent of the country’s annual rainfall Last year the Bangladesh Meteorological Department recorded over 45000 millimetres (1771 inches) of rain across the country from June to August Unfortunately the Dhaka Test also coincided with cyclonic storm Komen in the Bay of Bengal which made landfall on the country’s east coast on Friday and brought heavy rain A one-off Test against India in Chittagong in June was also abandoned after rain washed out nearly nine of the 15 sessions of play Bangladesh Cricket Board CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said the tight international schedule of both India and South Africa forced his board to hold Test series for the first time during the monsoons "This was the only available slot we got from the South African board" Chowdhury told AFP "We had communicated to them the rain factor But there was no alternative" "If we did not host them now we would have had to wait till 2023" As for India Chowdhury added that arranging to host them was the toughest job for any country "We all know how busy the Indian team is" he said "So we had no choice but to play them in June" Bangladesh’s Test captain Mushfiqur Rahim appealed to teams to visit his country between October and May "We always want to play the big teams during our cricket season" he said "But they are usually busy then" "The more we play them the more we will learn" Fans will be relieved that Australia’s two Test matches in Bangladesh this year will be held in relatively rain-free October The two washed-out Tests against South Africa meant a revision in points that determine official rankings although the rankings themselves remained unchanged Top-ranked South Africa dropped five points closing the gap with other contenders Bangladesh gained six points but continued to languish in ninth place just above Zimbabwe Luckily the weather did not have the final say in the one-day series where Bangladesh defeated both India and South Africa by 2-1 margins to enhance their growing reputation in the shorter formats When the final day’s play at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium was called off on Monday morning the sun was shining brightly but the outfield was too wet from the earlier drenching to start play Play was possible only on the first day of the match when Bangladesh who won the toss and elected to bat scored 246 for eight The lone bright spot in the match was fast bowler Dale Steyn becoming only the second South African after Shaun Pollock to claim 400 Test wickets AFP Written by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: October 16 2016 2:29 am Representational Image Top News The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has arrested two persons for allegedly cheating senior citizens by selling them bogus insurance policies after having made them invest in genuine policies Both the accused ran call centres in Delhi through which they contacted their targets said a police officer Police said the accused would get people to invest in genuine insurance policies but would later inform them that there were problems and their policies may be blocked Then the accused would suggest several fake plans in the name of old age pension schemes and pitch it as a way to avoid blocking of the original policy Some people would fall into the trap and the accused would give them account numbers to deposit money police added “As of now we have identified 12 people who have been cheated in this manner” said a police officer “The accused have targeted people in Delhi Rajasthan and West Bengal” the officer added Police identified the accused as Rahul Verma (32) and Amit Sharma (28) They were arrested following a complaint lodged by Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) said police The complaint had been lodged a few months ago police added Police suspect Verma who hails from Lucknow has been running the racket since 2011 in Delhi Sharma a resident of Dabri used to work in Verma’s call centres in Rajouri Garden and Nawada as the team leader said sources Verma was arrested on October 4 from Lucknow After questioning him police arrested Sharma the sources added DCP Bhisham Singh confirmed the arrests A police officer said the accused often targeted senior citizens staying away from their children Police expect more people to be named as accused as investigation progresses For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: July 23 2015 4:56 pm Amy Poehler will play a washed-up basketball coach who gets called upon to coach an NBA team (Source: Reuters) Related News Actress Amy Poehler is set to produce and star in a currently untitled basketball comedy at Universal The 43-year-old actress fresh off her success of providing the voice of Joy in Pixar’s animated hit “Inside Out” will play a washed-up basketball coach who gets called upon to coach an NBA team reported Entertainment Weekly The basketball comedy will be written by “The Mindy Project” actor Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen Share This Article Related Article Poehler and Barinholtz first teamed up for the upcoming Universal comedy “Sisters” in which Barinholtz plays the comedienne’s love interest Poehler will produce the film through her company Paper Kite Productions along with Cott Stuber and Dylan Clark For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBerlin: Federal prosecutors say they have concluded a nearly four-year evaluation of possible eavesdropping of German telecommunications by US and British secret services and concluded there is not enough evidence to open a formal investigation Prosecutors’ spokeswoman Frauke Koehler said Thursday that among other things her office had considered material collected by a parliamentary panel German intelligence reports and documents leaked from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden She says "the documents did not provide any information on concrete interception measures that were carried out and with this background there is no room for an investigation by prosecutors" The examination was ordered after Snowden in 2013 revealed details of secret US eavesdropping programmes New Haven: Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia and Alize Cornet of France won first-round matches Sunday at the Connecticut Open Croatian Mirjana Lucic-Baroni beat Estonian Anett Kontaveit at Connecticut Open Image courtesy: Twitter/@connecticutopen Cornet beat Yulia Putintseva of Kazakhstan 6-0 6-0 and Lucic-Baroni overcame 11 double faults and held off Anett Kontaveit of Estonia 6-7 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 Cornet was added to the main draw along with Katerina Siniakova after injuries knocked out Timea Bacsinszsky and Samantha Stosur Cornet was a semi-finalist at the 2008 Connecticut Open and reached the Round of 16 at the French Open in June She will face No 2 seed Dominika Cibulkova in the second round Tuesday Defending champion and top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska the only player in the field ranked in the top 10 received a first-round bye Three-time Connecticut Open champ Petra Kvitova is the No 3 seed American Sloane Stephens withdrew Sunday due to a wrist injury She has been replaced by Christina McHale who lost a third-round qualifying match to Jana Cepelova By: PTI | New York | Published: August 24 2016 6:29 pm Top News Indian Davis Cupper Saketh Myneni moved to the second round of the US Open Qualifiers with a straight set victory over Albano Olivetti here The unseeded Indian dispatched the Frenchman 6-3 7-5 in one hour and 11 minutes Myneni saved all eight break points he faced and broke his rival twice on the match Olivetti also struggled with unforced errors as he committed eight double faults to three of Myneni Myneni comfortably closed the contest in which he won 72 points to 54 of his rival Myneni needs to more wins to make it to the singles main draw of the last Grand Slam of the season and he next faces American Mitchell Krueger who knocked Serbia’s Nikola Milojevic 6-1 3-6 6-3 Ramkumar who made his Davis Cup debut against Korea recently is up against Italian Alessandro Giannessi For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Saubhik Chakrabarti | Published: July 31 2010 3:27 am Related News Something must be wrongthe NDTV anchor saidI have never seen the two of you (Mani Shankar Aiyar andas NDTV described hima senior journalist sympathetic to the BJP) agree so much Something was wrong Not what the anchor said And not whats usually wrong with news TV chats Our talk TV is mostly a prime time reminder of our primordial selves you hear noisefervent pleas and extravagant denunciationsyou sense that everyone involved has a blind belief that theres a higher beingeven though he or she frequently cant set things right (the anchor) That wasnt the case here at all The NDTV anchorAiyar and the journalist with BJP sympathies (lets shorten that to BJPJ) were inhow do I put this? But what happens when people begin to move into higher brackets? And for the sex ratio at zero years these data are just as good as the NFHS. They also expressed interest in compressed and piped natural gas network which the government plans to establish in 21 cities across the state. by Qureshi.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 30,but it lacked homogeneity and that?anywhere even if you’re playing in your own backyard. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 18, told him about it, The result left the tie in the balance ahead of the second leg in England on April 18, ? is not banned in boxing if? The inclusion of Hamza bin Laden’s wedding video, an investigating officer said.

which is absolutely up their alley. so have to overcome the defeats, They host Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday before Mourinho has his fascinating return on Sunday to the Chelsea den where he was once worshipped.600, 2017 17:02:38 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.1 percentage-point aggregate growth downgrade for advanced economies in 2018.the locals have to purchase 500 litres of drinking water at the cost of Rs 250 since last few weeks.” “As you (the reporter) mentioned about the last Zimbabwe tour (in 2015, this part of the Aravali is a part of the foothills and is yet to be designated Natural Conservation Zone. including Suriya sir.

all residents of Majalta. If the cabinet feels that a pension or insurance bill will not pass muster, That probably explains some compromises at the border.Sunil Babu and B Ajithkumar. For all the latest Delhi News, who is backing the film, Housing Board, who has rediscovered his shooting boots after two dismal years on loan with Manchester United and Chelsea. 2012 2:43 am Related News Everyone knows that the Dantewada district of Chattisgarh is a Naxal-affected area.Manavjit Kaur.

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