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The day you find the players unhappy,By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 11 Sanaullah’s father. 2017 12:47 am A local court of Amroha has sentenced 22 people to life imprisonment for murdering two relatives in Chibra area of the district in September 2011.000 this year as tax against the sixth pay commission arrears, he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News In the study, “Recently, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Muzaffarnagar | Updated: October 14, On Sunday, “But there are customers.

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The new policy allots 25 marks to newspapers that are certified by Audit Bureau of Circulation or the Registrar of Newspapers for India. While this visit will focus on heightening collaboration in numerous areas — including water and agricultural technology,which are mostly over-the-top and irreverent. Now,who is 18, It even involves the barbarous crime of honour killing. And people were competing with each other in a show of opulence. in his book ‘Hit Refresh’, While Indians have emerged as important investors in the UAE, India is an important export destination for the UAE manufactured goods According to government data India-UAE trade valued at $180 million per annum in the 1970s is today around $60 billion making UAE India’s third largest trading partner for 2014-15 after China and the US Moreover UAE was the second largest export destination for India ($33 billion for 2014-15)?” he said.

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travelling in Prerana Express, Manipur and Kerala have more than two-thirds of children in that age group in private schools, then truth would come out. party official spokesperson Sukhpal Singh Khaira Tuesday categorically stated that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal would never become the Chief Minister of Punjab.While responding to Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh’s claim that he would not allow a non Punjabi to become the Chief Minister of Punjab Khaira said that AAP’s Chief Miniterial face would be a Punjabi Claiming that Amarinder had conceded defeat to AAP he said “Since Captain has already accepted his humiliating defeat in the forthcoming assembly poll let us ensure him once again that Kejriwal is not at all interested to leave Delhi to become the Chief Minister of Punjab and AAP would project only a Punjabi as the next CM of the state” Khaira said that many a times AAP leadership as well as Kejriwal himself cleared the air that he would not leave Delhi and will not shift in Punjab to become the Chief Minister of the border state “Yes Kejriwal would stay in Punjab to ensure AAP emerges victorious so as to take party’s mission in pan-India” Khaira added “Now Captain should clear whether he will welcome AAP’s Punjabi Chief Minister” Khaira quipped claiming that Amarinder could not come out of his defeat in 2007 and 2012 and now after smelling another defeat in the hands of AAP he has lost his mental balance For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: September 26 2017 5:47 pm Secret Superstar actor Zaira Wasim says that she doesn’t like to be called inspirational or role model Related News Zaira Wasim has worked in two big films and bagged a National Award for her performance at the age of 16 but the young Kashmiri actor wants people not to consider her as a role model and rather find their own path Zaira made her debut in Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’ playing the younger self of wrestler Geeta Phogat and eventually won the National Award for her performance in Nitesh Tiwari’s biographical sports drama “I want to tell people don’t look up to me I don’t have that responsibility on me right now I am not telling you or asking you to do it Please don’t do it in my name follow yourself build your path create it invent it Why do you want to do something which someone else is already doing” Zaira says In an interview with PTI she says an undue pressure gets created when people start giving labels and tags “I don’t like it when people come and tell me ‘you are an inspiration a role model’ I am not brave enough to take the blame of your actions I have seen a lot of girls wanting to be like me but I’d say instead of following my path build your own” she says “I cannot comprehend the fact that someone can dedicate their aspirations ideas and dreams to a person’s life which they don’t even know about” she further says Post her big screen debut Zaira found herself in a controversy after she met Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti The actor was trolled following which she had to apologise For any other 16-year-old coming in this much public scrutiny would have been unnerving but Zaira rather than being depressed was sad about how the media handled the situation “I was very upset about how the media blew it out of proportion The way the media represented it it was nowhere close to what it actually was I was very upset about that fact I was disturbed by how it was blown out of proportion and misunderstood but it was a phase of course and now it has passed” she says The actor has put the controversy and the success of ‘Dangal’ behind and has her eyes now set on her next film – ‘Secret Superstar’ Written and directed by Advait Chandan the film chronicles the story of a child who aspires to be a singer Unlike ‘Dangal’ her character in ‘Secret Superstar’ is entirely fictional and to draw references Zaira relied heavily on Chandan’s instructions and her own experiences “I could not personally connect with the character I come from a very supportive and encouraging family In this case it’s absolutely opposite where the father is very hostile rude and patriarchal…” she says “I am a very bad actor I can’t pretend and act So I would fetch one event or an experience which is remotely connected to the situation on screen I would look for the closest emotion If I couldn’t find then I would build an emotion” The film is scheduled to release on October 19 and one would assume Zaira already has more movies up her sleeves and a possible relocation to Mumbai but she dismisses both “I have serious doubts about leaving Kashmir I wonder if I will ever be able to (leave) The concept of stability is very important for me If you’re sad you would know where to go” she says “But if I move to Mumbai I wouldn’t know anything +anyone Even if I do it’s a very difficult thought for me to leave Kashmir I don’t think I’ll ever be able” Zaira says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News The hearing is slated for April 17 and we will have to wait until then, a senior ASI official said The Bharatiyam Complex houses the Kunzru StadiumCamp OfficeVIP RoomSports ComplexBajpai Memorial Hall and the two Centrally-protected 17th Century monuments of Bada Batashewala Mahal and Chhota Batashewala Mahal Why the Bharatiyam Complex was sealed In 1989when national childrens meet Bharatiyam was held in the complextemporary arrangements were made for participants to stay on the premises A number of modules (small hutments) were constructed on the assumption that they will be demolished after the event After the eventhoweverthe BSG rented out the modules to several organisations and institutesincluding the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage In 2001the Parkland Club entered into collaboration with the BSG to build a club on over 15 acres of land and operate it on commercial basis Over the last few yearsthe modules have been home to at least seven families of the BSG employees For misuse of property a monitoring committee appointed by the apex court sealed it For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News subscriber should be able to make call either by using mobile network of his telecom operator as well as by using internet or Wi-Fi network of any telecom operator- a move that is expected to address network issues in the country. says Kalam who has tried reviving the Kalighat school of pata chitras. 2010 12:32 pm Related News Kim Kardashian is following in the steps of her ‘frenemy’ Paris Hilton. 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s website. The CDs are available on demand. research-intensive universities have the critical mass and multi-disciplinary capacity to compete globally. ? The US Supreme Court today ended a long patent battle over rights to a widely used HIV test awarding a victory to Roche Molecular Systems Inc (which developed and marketed the test) while rejecting the royalty demands of Stanford University (whose faculty conceived and patented the test) The test is used in clinics around the world to measure HIV virus in blood and assess treatment The court denied the university’s argument that it should retain exclusive commercial control of the technology even though Roche had developed it Instead the court said Roche is a co-owner and Stanford doesn’t have legal standing to sue the company (The decision is here) "We’re very pleased with the outcome It will strengthen our partnerships with academic institutions" said Roche spokesperson Jacqueline Wallach Stanford said in a statement today that the university "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling It also warned that the "federal government could lose its many rights in [university] inventions could lose the assurance that the royalties that would have gone to the university are used to further scientific research and education and could lose the requirement that exclusive licensees will manufacture any products substantially in the United States" Stanford’s lawyers had warned months ago that such a decision would be disastrous for academic patents They argued that rejecting the university’s claims could undermine 3 decades’ worth of patents under the US Bayh-Dole Act the 1980 law that gives universities and other institutions the right to exploit government-funded discoveries made by their staff The court’s 7-2 decision written by Chief Justice John Roberts was undeniably a setback for Stanford’s legal team Some lawyers say the consequences for other patent holders may be limited however In this view Stanford got a tough break mainly because it did not secure its intellectual property with a firmly written intellectual property document signed by its faculty If it were limited to that most universities could avoid the problem by drafting stronger legal documents But others say the implications for patent holders will be much worse Independent patent attorney Richard Osman an expert on university-based patents in San Diego California said in an e-mail "This is a big problem" for many institutions that used faculty contracts similar to Stanford’s "The financial consequences will reverberate across BayhDole contractors that use imperfect language in their employee agreements" The legal fight began in 2005 when Stanford sued Roche for refusing to pay royalties on three patents held by the university on the HIV test Attorneys for Stanford have acknowledged that the test was developed jointly by Roche and Stanford faculty members But they said that the university had exclusive rights because its faculty who patented the test had been supported by research grants from the US government Under the Bayh-Dole Act universities and other contractors may control such patents exclusively But the problem for the university was that Roche had also asked a Stanford researcher Mark Holodniy who spent time in Roche’s labs during a period of collaboration to sign a contract In it Holodniy assigned his patent rights to the company The Supreme Court ruled that Holodniy’s agreement with Roche was more tightly written than his agreement with Stanford and that under US law Holodniy could assign his discoveries to whomever he pleased (Stanford’s employee contract said "I agree to assign" while Roche’s said "I … do hereby assign") The result: Roche won” said an official. the Indian Army has rejected Pakistan’s claim.Massive hoardings have come up all over the state capital,Dench as Dame Sybil Thorndike, With that you can create your own time” pic. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneswar | Updated: April 19.

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