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Summary There are many online tools and websites that can be utilized to get your students enthused about writing.Written by PTI | Washington | Published: June 27 Pranabda is very good at keeping secrets. fully-owned subsidiary of the UK’s Vodafone Group Plc, Top News Private operator Vodafone and state-owned BSNL have inked a countrywide 2G intra-circle roaming agreement to provide better telecom services to their respective customers. “Efforts are in full swing to restore the rail traffic? However, 2014 2:42 am Jaganmohan Reddy Related News Initiating one of its biggest criminal actions in a money laundering case, The ED had in 2012 registered a criminal probe under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) against the individuals and associated firms based on a CBI FIR in this case.The ED probe said there was ‘quid pro quo’ in this deal and hence illegal money exchanged hands “Various concessions were extended to the VANPIC project in the form of alienation of huge chunks of assigned government land to the companies floated by Nimmagadda Prasad development of shipyard green filed airport exemptions from levy of stamp duty and registration charges seigniorage (deed-signing) fee and other undue benefits were extended” the ED probe report said The CBI chargesheet which the ED relied upon said “illegal gains to the tune of Rs 142617 crore was made to Prasad in the acquisition of lands and Rs 85454 crore was made to Jagan and his companies as quid pro quo by Prasad and his companies” “This is one of the biggest attachments done by the ED in a money laundering case The assets will now be seized” sources privy to the development told PTI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Surat | Published: June 14 2017 5:41 am After serving food Khan who works as a contractual employee came to the sleeper coach where the woman was standing and told her to accompany him in the pantry car cabin next to the sleeper coach Top News A 30-year-old railway attendant was arrested by Surat GRP late Tuesday night for allegedly raping a 32-year-old woman in the pantry cabin of Aravali Express on June 9 while she was travelling to Jaipur from Mumbai Surat GRP which began probing the rape case after it was transferred by Jaipur police on Monday took the woman for a medical examination on Tuesday According to the complainant she and her friend were looking for seats on the train as they had waiting-list tickets when railway attendant Azhar Khan assured them that he could help them in getting berths as he knew the ticket collector After serving food Khan who works as a contractual employee came to the sleeper coach where the woman was standing and told her to accompany him in the pantry car cabin next to the sleeper coach According to the complaint the woman accompanied him to the pantry cabin where he allegedly told her that she could sleep inside the pantry car as there was no berth available on the train After the train left Surat station the woman said that she tried to leave the pantry car cabin but Azhar stopped her and raped her He later allowed her to go to her coach She then told her friend about it and they decided to lodge a complaint at Jaipur railway police station Surat Railway GRP Inspector U C Markandey said “We have read the statement that she gave to Jaipur police and here again we have taken her statement” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Itanagar | Published: July 24 2013 12:26 pm Related News India’s longest bridge coming up across the mighty Brahmaputra at Bogibeel in Assam is not only expected to be a lifeline for the Northeastbut will also strengthen the country’s security Scheduled to be completed in 2016the 494 km rail-cum-road bridgea product of the 1985 Assam Accord and being implemented by the North East Frontier Railwaywill provide connectivity to upper Assam and Arunachal Pradesh and cut down the distance to the border with China by 10 hours Railway officials said that the rail link would connect two existing railway networks running at south bank and north bank of the river It starts from Chaulkhowa station and Moranhat station at south bank and joins in between Sisibargaon station and Siripani station of Rangiya-Murkongselek section in north bank Right now it takes one and a half hours to cross the riverbut once the bridge is inauguratedthe travel time will be reduced to a few minutes Besidesmovement of goods will also be possible on a larger scale Railway officials said the bridge would strengthen national security by way of truncating distance to reach the China border during movement of troops and supplies But not all are happy As the completion of the bridge draws nearover 100 boatmen families are spending sleepless nights over fear that it will jeopardise their sources of income For Munna SinghBrojen DoleyRajesh Chowdhury and other majhisit will be tough finding an alternative means of livelihood inheriting their profession from generations far into the past “I dont know what to do …the fear of closing my ferry service always haunts me How will I manage a regular income” Munna Singhwho owns two country boats and is presently earning around Rs 15000 per monthdespairs Similar is the condition of Brojen Doley who owns a boat that ferries private vehicles of people from Arunachal Pradesh “I have no permit of the Inland Water Transport department of Assam to ferry passengers I only managed a permit to ferry vehicles for only once a dayenabling me to earn a paltry amount” Doley said Howeverthe chief engineer of the bridge projectAjit Panditsaid that the boatmen’s fear was unfounded “Even after the bridge is complete the ferry service will not be discontinued because there are many local people who will prefer river route to the land route in order to shorten distances to their homes” Pandit explained Besideshe saidonce the bridge is completethe economy of the area will improve and employment avenues will be created for the local people Pandit said the bridgesituated 17 km downstream of Dibrugarh citywould be the lifeline of the Northeast by opening connectivity between the north and south of the Brahmaputra river in the eastern region of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh The border of Arunachal Pradesh is just over 20 km from the northern bank The foundation of the bridge was laid in 2002 and the project was supposed to be completed in six yearsbut lack of funds and attention kept it idle till 2007 when it was given national status The national status meant that the Union Finance Ministry provided 75 per cent funds for the projectwhile 25 per cent was to be borne by the Railways Pandit said that besides fundsrains also proved a big stumbling block “In the city of Dibrugarh in Assamit rains eight months a year So any construction activityespecially on the Brahmaputra Riveris a challenge” he explained Practicallyhis team gets to work for only four months in a year – from November to March The project flows from the Assam Accord signed in August 151985between the centre and the representatives of the All Assam Students Union and the Asom Gana Sangram Parishad that had spearheaded a decade-long movement against the influx of Bangladeshis into the northeastern state Talking to PTI at the project sitePandit admitted to cost escalation as well The rise in the cost of cement and steel are also factors responsible for the cost escalation The construction work of the sub-structure of the bridge was awarded to Gammon India in April2008 while the work on the superstructure was awarded partially to Hindustan Construction CompanyDSDa German companyand Bangalore- based VNR For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: January 17 2014 1:22 am Related News The Supreme Court has ruled that Badve and Utpat families can no longer enjoy the exclusive ancestral rights over the earnings of the historical Vitthal Rukmini temple in Pandharpur a paramount religious institution of the state The SC verdict in the 40-year-old case was announced on Wednesday The state government had tried to take over the functioning of the temple in 1968 following the recommendations of the B D Nadkarni committee However this was challenged by the families in various courts which led to a protracted legal battle The issue of the earnings and administration of the temple has been a tricky one given the high tempers it evoked among the people The apex court’s decision has been welcomed by many who feel there would be transparency in the temple’s functioning now For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News an IIT Kanpur professor came for a ‘Catch ‘Em Young’ programme for Infosys.
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The NIA document proposes an expansion to six branches in Delhi,adding there was no report of loss of life or injury. We will never allow the division of Maharashtra at any cost. a Navy official said on Thursday. download Indian Express App More Related NewsPrime Minister Narendra Modi during an election rally in Madhubani on Sunday.a right platform for these movies that are lining up to release,” he said.the police said.” she said speaking to indianexpress.
And the myths created by the press agents made these wrestlers seem to be invincible men.