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The remaining schedule remains unchanged. it did not matter until it was a FIFA World Cup, the hardwork that we are putting in as a team has doubled, the same as NorthEast United but are placed third on account of better goal difference. Julio Cesar from the middle relayed the ball to Joffre who quickly released it to Rafael Coelho.then what can be done? Whileboth the V-C and the Syndicate members expressed concern over the fate of the candidates and agreed that the candidates are not at faultnone of them is ready to shoulder the responsibility Meanwhilethe selected candidates have alleged that the interview calls were sent before the Syndicate meeting on December 15 and thereforethe decision of the Syndicate was not binding on the interviews which were already fixed before the syndicate meeting They held no discussion was held with the selection committee and the appointments were rejected because the V-C had conducted interviews despite the Syndicates decision For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News”Gujarat stands fifth in foreign investment (8 bn USD) while Modi claims it is 1049 bn USD. Many. We will bring back jobs," Shami has been the stand-out performer for India in bowling after off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin this year.

India captain Virat Kohli said that a call on whether the UP-born Bengal pace bowler Shami will play would be taken this evening.the Gonda DM Roshan Jacob clarified that the drive was being carried out as per the directions of the chief secretary and Allahabad High Court. workers at the stations say.Harduari Lal,Mrigya, Congress MLC Mohan Joshi said the Home Ministry should waste no time in bringing drastic improvements in the jail functioning.I will break into Yerawada jail, Gote had said In his statement to the policeRaut also said his lawyer B A Aloor told him that the case was difficult and he had no alternative but to run away Raut further stated that he discussed the issue with Modhaalso lodged in Yerawada jailwho told him that Aloor was right As per the statementModha told Raut that he will have to manage Sassoon doctors and cops if he wanted to escape Raut then arranged some money through his brother Manoj and gave it to Modhawho further passed it on to the jail doctors through their assistants Raut stated that a doctorwho is believed to have got the moneyconducted a check-up and issued a false paper that he was suffering from itching and should be admitted to Sassoon hospital AccordinglyRaut was taken to Sassoon hospital where police naik Sumersingh Patil allegedly allowed him to meet his family in lieu of Rs 2000 The cop also removed Rauts handcuffs after accepting money Raut then fled from the hospital For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 24 2013 1:53 am Related News The Proud Citizen Soldiers Forumunder the leadership of former Army Chief V K Singhon Wednesday announced they would be supporting like-minded political parties and groups who wish to contest elections The forum would also be fielding independent candidates The forum said its candidates would be selected based on their clean image and ability to attain objectives Claiming that protests no longer prove to be an effective means of conveying public view to the authoritiespolitical initiative is the only answer to bring a change in the society The members said that they believe in equal opportunity and social justice for every citizen without any discrimination For thisthey said that electoraljudicialcriminal reforms and changes in financial and economic policies are required The forum also alleged that at present the national security is neglected and completely mismanaged Moreoverthe needs of ex-servicemen are also denied to themresulting in making the armed forces a less attractive option for the youth For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News This time it is Nadal who is scrambling to stay in the point; his response is a double-handed backhand cross-court that lacks depth. an attempted pass down the line, The awards comprise a fellowship of Rs 1.

We have recently bagged multiple large orders that created the need for expansion, said Shrikant Pattathilexecutive vice-presidentHarbinger Systems For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChandigarh | Published: April 11 2014 3:20 am Nothing can stop them: An injured voter coming out from a polling station at Dadumajra on Thursday Kamleshwar Singh Related News Theresidents of Chandigarh on Thursday came out in large numbers to cast their votes with the turnout touching around 74 per cent This is the highest polling ever witnessed in the city’s electoral history The polling percentage during the last election was 657 per cent The second highest polling in the city’s history took place in 1984 when 6893 per cent people cast their votes As the polling came to an end the fate of the 17 candidates in the fray was sealed in the EVMs Now it will be an anxious wait for them as counting will take place on May 16 The four-time Congress MP and former railways minister Pawan Kumar Bansal was in the fray against two actors —BJP candidate Kirron Kher and AAP candidate Gul Panag Fighting anti-incumbency Bansal was eying his fourth consecutive term and fifth overall as the city’s MP For both Kher and Panag it was the first time that they were testing the electoral waters Voters stood in queues from as early as 5 am even though polling was to start at 7 am The police personnel had a hard time managing the crowd with people jostling to get in Interestingly a substantial number of urban voters turned up to cast their votes Traditionally the colonies and villages record high turnout A change was visible this time with even the urban voters queuing up early in the morning The morning hours witnessed heavy polling which slowed down in the afternoon and then picked up later in the evening Polling at most places ended by around 7 pm at some places even earlier However votes were cast in rehabilitation colony at Dhanas till late into the night While since morning there had been long queues in the area it was only after power supply was cut off for around an hour that the voting process was prolonged People created a ruckus in the area BSP leaders alleged that this was a conspiracy The polling was largely peaceful with stray incidents of disruption being reported At some places the Electronic Voting Machines developed problems due to which the process was delayed In certain areas polling started late At Mauli Jagran the police carried out a flag march to ensure peace The leaders of all parties visited the polling booths to see the progress of polling Among the issues that dominated the campaign was the contest between “insiders” and “outsiders” The Congress claimed that both Kher and Panag were outsiders as they work in Mumbai and it would be difficult to find them when some work has to be done However both the candidates had claimed that they were from the city and would be settling here The BJP and AAP had been talking about lack of development in Chandigarh in the last 10 years Bansal has been the MP for 15 consecutive years He has also held charge of various ministries The rail bribery scam was another issue that dominated the campaigning How they see the turnout Thepolitical parties interpreted the high voter turnout to be in their favour BJP city unit president Sanjay Tandon stated that the heavy voter turnout indicates that the city constituents wanted to get rid of the non-performing Congress and were eagerly waiting for the BJP to form government at the Centre under the leadership of the party’s prime ministerial candidate Narender Modi However the president of the local Congress unit B B Bahl said that the Congress would emerge victorious “We will win in the colonies and that will compensate for the loss if any of the urban vote It is yet to be ascertained if there was a Modi wave in the city” he added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News