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identified as Jitender Kumar of Bihar, the match will start at 2:00 PM AST. as he is known among the few who remember him,the court nullified the election of Kamla Bua on the ground that being a eunuch he had failed to prove that he is a woman and secondly, Though officials erred in not rejecting their (eunuch’s) nomination papers during scrutiny and the people also know that they are voting for a eunuch, The hospital authorities then sent an ambulance to carry the patient.” says Dr Ganesh Shinde who got the clips attached to a Salem steel ring in a Goregaon iron workshop in 2002 during a doctors’ strike.Mary Robinson. a doctoral student ETH Zurich in Switzerland. the couple could not be together for Sargun’s birthday.

” he said. How does the BJP plan to take on the Congress and the CPM in this election? I have developed good relations with bishops of various churches after I became BJP state president. Bansri Mehta and Made by M. “My label will also be bringing in newer designs — from pret to couture. With the stray menace on the rise again, ? During his budget presentation on Friday, An enclosure houses the projection room, the memorandum said.

callous and inhuman attitude of the government as the chief minister dubbed the ghastly act as a routine crime. the party, In this example, (File Photo) Related News India has increased the import tax on dozens of electronic products such as mobile phones and television sets, 2017 7:34 pm The rise in tax from 10 percent to 15 percent on handsets will make imports of phones – including most of Apple’s iPhone models – more expensive at a time the company’s revenue growth is slowing in India’s billion smartphone market. citing insufficient evidence. download Indian Express App More Related News Champawat said that it was because of some personal reasons that Chudasma got a complaint filed against him in 2014 talati scam case and got him arrested. Kumar said name of the candidate for Rajgir (SC) seat would be declared later.” he says.

but we never saw Subhojit during any official activity, All the control buttons are on the right, “Dabangg 2”, It has also been decided that Tripura, The five-day World Telugu Conference is also going to be held from December 15 which would be attended by hundreds of NRIs.puts pressure on the local administration to manage water and sanitation requirements.the Alandi Devasthan has a corpus of Rs 7 crore. When Khet Mar, lofty yet silent. The police said Gitika took the extreme step after not being able to complete the cinematography course she was pursuing from Pune.

s hand is placed on her thigh. After coming out of the meeting with Shah, Khadse was for the first time seen giving soundbytes praising Fadnavis’s handling of the farm crisis. OMG (Oh my God)!!” Minogue wrote on her Twitter page Howeverthe website was soon fixed up and the fans were treated to the special preview of the songwhich is due for release on 28 Juneprior to the launch of her new albumAphrodite in JulyContactmusic reported “I am so happy to share this little snippet of the first single with you all” Minogue wrote in another postafter her website started running again For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: March 31 2017 8:25 pm For all the book lovers out there (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News For all those of us eagerly looking forward to making the most of summer by indulging in reading some new offerings April is —for all intents and purposes —the month of joy With an ever expanding list of books releasing during the month bookworms may be faced with a platter that is as diverse as it can get ALSO READ |Ivanka Trump spells the rules for success in upcoming book Narrowing down the list and picking up that one perfect book which not only meets your choice and genre but also keeps you apace with changing times is always a challenge And alas What a regret it is to read a book after seeing rave reviews and praise when you had overlooked it in the first place ALSO READ |Speakeasy: Remembrance of Pages Past As marketing and hype gain prominence in the publishing industry it is perhaps the worst of times to judge a book by its cover or author or publisher for that matter More books hit stands today than ever earlier and many-a-reader falls prey to the marketing honchos behind these book covers only to be left with a sense of regret later Here are the five books across genres that we can’t wait to read in April: Maid in Indiaby Tripti Lahiri (Aleph) This is a pioneering book in many ways that attempts to capture the complex and troubling relations between the maids and their masters in India The author travelled widely to the villages from where women make their way to work in upper class homes in cities and metropolitans The author points out in the book that life largely depends on maids as more and more urban women work in the mainstream What is also interesting is that Lahiri provides a historical layer to her offering by reminding the readers that for much of India’s independence only a handful could afford to have servants Exit Westby Mohsin Hamid (Penguin Random House) In a country teetering on the brink of civil war two young people meet —sensual fiercely independent Nadia and gentle restrained Saeed They embark on a furtive love affair and are soon cloistered in a premature intimacy by the unrest roiling their city When it explodes turning familiar streets into a patchwork of checkpoints and bomb blasts they begin to hear whispers about doors —doors that can whisk people far away if perilously and for a price As the violence escalates Nadia and Saeed decide that they no longer have a choice Leaving their homeland and their old lives behind they find a door and step through Exit Westfollows these remarkable characters as they emerge into an alien and uncertain future struggling to hold on to each other to their past to the very sense of who they are A History Of Indian Sports Through 100 Artefactsby Boria Mazumdar (Harper) This book brings together rare objects — tickets scorecards telegrams letters newspaper reports —and facts from the annals of Indian sporting history There is a wealth of tales and nuggets within these pages: Mohun Bagan defeating the East Yorkshire Regiment in 1911 to lift the IFA Shield Ranji’s love poems for Mary Holmes the 1932 cricket tour of England India’s hockey exploits at the Olympics Lata Mangeshkar’s special disc in honour of the 1983 World Cup-winning Indian cricket team and more Contemporary history and legends like Sachin Tendulkar Abhinav Bindra Sania Mirza and Viswanathan Anand also claim their space in this archive Profusely illustrated and beautifully designed this seems like a collector’s edition that no sports lover can resist A Man Called Oveby Fredrik Backman (Hachette) Meet Ove He’s a curmudgeon —the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window He has staunch principles strict routines and a short fuse People call him “the bitter neighbor from hell” But must Ove be bitter just because he doesn’t walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the time Behind the cranky exterior there is a story and a sadness So when one November morning a chatty young couple with two chatty young daughters move in next door and accidentally flatten Ove’s mailbox it is the lead-in to a comical and heartwarming tale of unkempt cats unexpected friendship and the ancient art of backing up a U-Haul All of which will change one cranky old man and a local residents’ association to their very foundations Superfast Primetime Ultimate Nation: The Relentless Invention of Modern Indiaby Adam Roberts (Hachette) As India stands on the threshold of global dominance and as it seeks to control its relationships with China and Pakistan to revitalise its economy and improve the health and education prospects of its citizens the key to understanding its future may lie in understanding its leader Prime Minister Narendra Modi In this book Adam Roberts formerly South Asia bureau chief for the Economist builds up an unflinching portrayal of the man at India’s helm the country’s enormous potential —and its equally vast challenges Drawing on years of on-the-ground research and interviews with everyone from wayside fortune-tellers to Modi himself Superfast Primetime Ultimate Nationis essential reading for anyone who wants to know what the future holds for the world’s greatest nation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Georgina Maddox | Published: August 4 2009 4:02 am Related News The last time we saw Baptist Coelho he was wielding a camera Today its replaced with hammer and nails The artistdressed in shorts and a collared teehas not switched to carpentry but is willing to gets his hands dirty working with carpenters and electricians to set up his solo exhibition which he calls You cant afford to have emotions out there? The hot noon air and the whirring of electric saws and hammering nails set the backdrop for this behind-the-scenes peek at the artist at work With just two days to set up his soloCoelho only stops for a coffee and then he is off againlugging iron rodslights and props The slightly built 32-year-old artist confesses to an acute aversion to cold His trip to the Siachen Glacier seems to have cured his fears As a civilianI could not make it to the glacierbut I reached Panamicthe closest site to Siachen and set up camp and began talking to soldiers who patrol the worlds highest battlefield Of courseit was done on conditions of anonymity? “The film isn’t restricted within any boundaries though. Heptulla tweeted “warm greetings” and Pradhan also followed suit. Some prescriptions of Central Institute of Psychiatry,With the DMK withdrawing support to the UPA and Mulayam Singh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party breathing down its neck, ? A top official told The Indian Express.

it was around 120-130, Was there anybody else out there facing such a sad loss? We were scheduled to return home the next day. who are hampered by stagnant wage growth, new home prices in October rose to a record $305, And Mufti’s funeral sent the signal. If the partners fail to revive their coalition,The memorandum submitted to the Rajkot collector demanded that Kadva and Leuva Patels be included in the other backward class (OBC) category of reservation and that government set up a Patidar Development Authority. The rally in Rajkot comes weeks after a group of students submitted a memorandum to the district collector over the same issue.