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BJP corporator Dr Ram Barot has prepared a report for his voters about his work in the medical field in the last 25 years. Her detention triggered riots throughout India,s claim that Shah was actually a militant who had surrendered as part of the state? He does not usually come before me, the chief minister will be visiting all the places inside Taj Mahal, inside and outside the monument. According to sources in the commission,the government today issued a notification drawing up its own phase-wise list of districts ? We need a tie-breaker to decide the winner in this quarter-final 9:00 pm-? Can they make it 2-0?GOAL Rahim converts again through a deflection Kothajit puts his stick down but the ball bounces off it and over the keeper’s head into the goal 8:19 pm – GOAL Malaysia score Rahim coverts a penalty corner A simple drag which is deflected off the stick of the goalkeeper and into the goal India 0-1 Malaysia 8:18 pm –Akash Chitke with a stunning save to deny Malaysia a goal India defenders were all over the place in that play Malaysia still on the attack 8:15 pm –Second quarter in play now India under pressure as Malaysia are on the attacking front They have penetrated into Indian circle more than India have managed to do in Malaysia circle 8:12 pm –A goalless first quarter of the quarter-final between India and Malaysia Nothing to separate the two teams so far Can they break the deadlock in the second 8:05 pm –Six minutes into the game and no team has been able to open their goal account Not one goalkeeper tested so far in the match yet Malaysia on the attack 07:45 pm:India and Malaysia teams are out on the pitch They are fighting for a spot in the semi-final of this tournament Big game for Malaysia as they try to qualify for the HWL Final 07:30 pm:A full strength India will look to overcome the young and upcoming Malaysia side India have done well so far in the tournament with wins over Canada Pakistan Scotland Starting XIs are out for India’s QF clash against Malaysia on 22nd June at the Hero Men’s #HWL2017 SF in London#IndiaKaGame pictwittercom/lJMN73JDvl — Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) 22 June 2017 07:15 pm: Hello and welcome to the coverage of the quarter-final match between India and Malaysia from the Hockey World League Semi-final from London India have lost only to The Netherlands so far in this tournament Can they make it to the semi-finals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsAhmedabad: The Gujarat government on Saturdayissued rules for the Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017 which envisages punishment of up to life term and Rs 5 lakh fine for slaughtering cow or its progeny The rules also state that those found guilty of illegal transportation of a cow its progeny or beef face a jail term of seven to 10 years and fine of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh The state Assembly had passed a bill to amend the Act on 31 March and Governor OP Kohli had given his assent to the same on 13 April Prior tothe amendments punishment for those found guilty of slaughtering cow and its progeny faced a jail term of three to seven years and a fine of Rs 50000 Representational image Reuters However now the rules provide stricter punishment up to life term and no less than 10 years and Rs 5 lakh fine to those involved in slaughtering a cow or its progeny Those found guilty of "illegal transportation of cow (as well as bull and bullock) or its progeny and sale storage or transportation of beef will be sentenced to jail term of seven to 10 years and fine of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh" according to the new rules All these offences have now been made non-bailable The rules also state that the vehicles or any other objects found to have been used in the slaughter of cows will be permanently forfeited by the government Transportation of cows or its progeny animals by those who hold permits has also been banned between 7 pm and 5 am with the government contending that most illegal transportations occur during the night The government said taluka development officer mamlatdar chief officer of a municipality deputy health officer of a municipal corporation assistant commissioner deputy commissioner and veterinary officer have been made competent officers to issue permit for the transportation of cow or its progeny It said that while forensic laboratory facility was made available at five places to check if the meat transported was beef or not four such mobile vans were also operational Six more mobile vans would be added to the list In 2011 when Narendra Modi was the chief minister the Gujarat government had imposed a complete ban on cow slaughter transportation and sale of beef by amending the said Act Since then the crimes related to cow slaughter in the state were covered under the Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2011 until the present Vijay Rupani government amended it further to make the punishments more stringent Written by Somya Lakhani And Damini Ralleigh | Published: April 26 2017 12:00 am Martand Singh Courtesy: INTACH Top News His heart was in textile” says veteran designer Ritu Kumar about Martand Singh — the man who sowed the seeds of textile revival in India Fondly known as Mapu he brought to life a part of Indian heritage that had lost all hope and inspired an entire generation of fashion designers and textile artists “In the colonial period a lot of Indian textiles were not being woven they were vanishing Post-independence in the late ’60s Mapu began the process of reviving these textiles from every part of the country He began working on the Vishwakarma exhibition in the ’80s which put the spotlight on Indian textiles He took a part of it to London and Paris as well” remembers Kumar a close associate of Singh On Tuesday morning Singh passed away aged 70 at a hospital in Delhi after battling pancreatic cancer A protege of cultural activist Pupul Jayakar Singh designed the landmark exhibition Vishwakarma – Master Weavers in 1982 was appointed chairman of INTACH (UK) Trust in 1993 and was art consultant to the United Nations Development Programme in 1995 Apart from this he was also appointed trustee of the Mehrangarh Fort Museum Trust Jodhpur in 1993 and was Director of the Calico Museum of Textiles for more than ten years He also served on several boards and committees such as the All India Handicraft and Handlooms Board the Handicrafts and Handloom Export Corporation and the Crafts Museum Asian Heritage Foundation founder Rajeev Sethi who was Singh’s junior at Delhi’s St Stephen’s College remembers him for his “pehchan the elegance of positioning He could see who has potential polish it and put it on a pedestal He provided the vital fuel for Indian textiles” Thirty years ago designer Anju Modi held an exhibition one of her firsts which was attended by Singh and that’s how Modi met her mentor “I had worked with weavers from Kutch for this particular show and when I met him I asked what I should do next where I should go and study He simply said ‘you already have the best teachers these weavers’ I was a nobody back then and I was lost and Mapu mentored me with such honesty” says Modi “I was enamoured by his knowledge intellect and passion He gave me real insight into the world of textiles” Born into the Kapurthala royal family Singh moved to Mussoorie a decade ago and would visit the Capital in the winter “In his last days he was studying the history of jewels He had fine taste and constantly wanted to do more” says textile designer Tushar Kumar Singh also wrote and edited books one of them being Saris of India along with fellow textile revivalist Rta Kapur Chishti Textile artist Priya Ravish Mehra who researched on the book with the two says “Under his mentorship we researched on the textiles of Gujarat and Bihar for Saris of India He knew the pulse of the country and was truly a visionary Working with him was an eye-opener and a life-changing experience for me as he was so well-versed with all the aspects of textiles” says Mehra Varanasi-based designer Hemang Agarwal refers to him as his “grand guru as he was Rahul Jain my guru’s guru In an industry which doesn’t present itself as it really is with Mapu you could just be yourself Every person who is now working in textiles was under his tutelage once For someone who was not a textile designer or technician it was magic that he brought to the table For anybody who knew him there is a part of Mapu in that person” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChennai:DMK President M Karunanidhi on Wednesday said it is a wonder that Tamil Nadu Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao allocated portfolios handled by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to Finance Minister O Panneerselvam based on her advice Hetermed as "surprising" Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao’s remarksstating that the allocation of portfolios held by Tamil NaduChief Minister Jayalalithaa to Finance Minister OPanneerselvam was done "as per her advice" There was no official statement from the governmentthough she has been hospitalised for the past 19 days and ithas also been said that she may have to stay in the hospitalfor a longer period he said He said that several leaders including the Tamil Nadu Governor Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu and others were not allowed to see or wish Jayalalithaa in person when they visited the Apollo Hospital where she is admitted A file photo of Karunanidhi PTI "This is because a question has arisen among some people if Jayalalithaa had [actually] signed the file and rendered advice [regarding] allotting her portfolios to Finance Minister Panneerselvam" Karunanidhi said in a statement here "The Governor’s communique yesterday that this (portfolios’ allocation) has been done on the advice of Chief Minister is surprising" he said Karunanidhi also said one cannot entirely overlook the doubt as to whether the acting Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao had analysed the various provisions of the Constitution in a short span of time His views come a day after his party treasurer and son MK Stalin welcomed the allocation of portfolios held by Jayalalithaa to her trusted aide According to the Raj Bhavan statement issued on Tuesday Governor Vidyasagar Rao has under Clause (3) of the Constitution’s Article 166 allocated the subjects hitherto dealt with by Jayalalithaa to Panneerselvam on her advice Jayalalithaa held the portfolios of Public Indian Administrative Service Indian Police Service Indian Forest Service General Administration District Revenue Officers and Home Panneerselvam will also preside over the cabinet meetings "This arrangement has been made as per the advice of Hon’ble Chief Minister and will continue until the Hon’ble Chief Minister Selvi J Jayalalithaa resumes her duties Selvi J Jayalalithaa will continue to be the Chief Minister" the Raj Bhavan statement said On Tuesday Congress’ state unit President S Thirunavukkarasar reacting to reallocation of the portfolios told IANS that it "is a welcome development for the continued functioning of the government" He said the situation is similar to the one that existed when AIADMK founder the late MG Ramachandran (MGR) was admitted to the same Apollo Hospital in October 1984 Senior AIADMK leader C Ponnaiyan told IANS that the portfolios handled by MGR were then allocated to Nedunchezian According to Ponnaiyan MGR in 1984 had orally instructed that his portfolios are to be handled by Nedunchezhiyan "As per the rules the Chief Minister can orally tell any one or more cabinet colleagues to handle the portfolios This is the practice followed across the country" he said According to him there is no provision in the Constitution for an acting Chief Minister Speaking to IANS political commentator Maalan Narayanan said that in 1984 the then Governor Sundar Lal Khurana asked then Finance Minister VR Nedunchezhiyan to preside over the cabinet meetings and not to take any policy decisions The 68-year-old Jayalalithaa was admitted to the hospital on 22 September for fever and dehydration The doctors later said she needed a longer stay at the hospital as she was suffering from infection and put her on respiratory support On 8 October the hospital said: "The respiratory support is closely watched and adjusted Lungs decongestion treatment is being continued All other comprehensive measures including nutrition supportive therapy and passive physiotherapy are under way" The ruling AIADMK has ruled out the need for an acting or temporary chief minister Panneerselvam has earlier served as chief minister when Jayalalithaa had to step down in wake of her conviction by a Bengaluru court in a corruption case She returned to the post after the Karnataka High Court acquitted her On 7 October Governor Rao met Panneerselvam and Public Works Highways and Minor Ports Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Chief Secretary P Rama Mohana Rao to discuss the Cauvery water issue and the General Administration in the state in the wake of Jayalalithaa’s hospitalisation With inputs from agencies By: PTI | Updated: July 2 2017 8:15 pm Four Indian boxers advanced to the quarterfinals Top News Indian boxers continued to produce commanding performances and four of them advanced to the quarterfinals on the second day of the Asian Youth Championships here Sudeep Kumar (52kg) Ankit Kumar (60kg) Naveen Boora (69kg) and Mohammed Etash Khan (56kg) won their respective opening bouts to enter the last-eight stage Sudeep was the first to take the ring and he was up against Iraq’s Eskander Yahya Husham The Indian was expected to win and he did so without any trouble fetching a unanimous verdict in his favour Next up for him is Japan’s Nakagaki Ryutaro who got the better of Sri Lankan Kudavithanage Lasindu in his first-round clash Ankit registered a similarly comfortable win over Indonesia’s Midhun Reza to enter the quarterfinal Awaiting him tomorrow is Kyrgyzstan’s Egenberdi Uulu Adilet who got a first round bye Naveen defeated Kyrgyzstan’s Yryskulov Erzhan to set up a clash with Huang Rui of China Rui also got an opening-round bye The experienced Etash who has competed in the World Youth Championships as well sailed past Mongolia’s Tsagaanbaatar Munkhbaatar in his first round contest The continental showpiece features 120 boxers from 23 countries of the region India had won four medals — three silver and a bronze –in the previous edition of the tournament For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 17 2017 5:17 pm Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe scored 377 runs helped by Sikander Raza’s maiden hundred (Source: AP) Related News Zimbabwe headed into Day 4 of this one-off Test leading by 262 runs with four wickets left in the bag and the two set batsmen in Sikandar Raza and Malcolm Waller got them going as the day began Soon Waller perished but Raza kept at it and brought up his maiden Test century Later Zimbabwe captain Craemer (48) put on some pivotal runs to take their tally to 377 runs Sri Lanka chasing 388 runs lost three wickets with Kusal Mendis scoring a fifty but struggling with cramps Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Score and Updates Day 4: At stumps Sri Lanka were 170/3 and needed 218 more to win TEAMS: Sri Lanka:Upul Tharanga Dimuth Karunaratne Kusal Mendis Dinesh Chandimal (capt) Angelo Mathews Asela Gunaratne Niroshan Dickwella (wk) Dilruwan Perera Rangana Herath Suranga Lakmal Lahiru Kumara Zimbabwe: Regis Chakabva Hamilton Masakadza Tarisai Musakanda Craig Ervine Sean Williams Sikander Raza Malcolm Waller Peter Moor (wk) Graeme Cremer (capt) Chris Mpofu Donald Tiripano For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMaruti Suzuki profit disappoints on costs tax hit | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 27 2017 15:13:36 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 27 2017 15:13 PM | Updated Date: Jul 27 2017 15:13 PM Tags : The Islamic State has reportedly released an audio clip in Malayalam calling for Las Vegas-style lone-wolf terror attacksat crowded places in India such as the Kumbh Mela andThirssur Pooram In the10-minute-long audio clip which is believed to be from regional Islamic State outfit Daulatul Islam amale voice quotes verses from the Quran warning of terror attacks in India Zee Newsreported Representational image PTI "You use your intellect Poison them in food Use trucks Drive over them at Thirssur Pooram or at Maha Kumbh Mela Islamic State Mujahideen are doing it in several parts of the world In Las Vegas one of our supporters killed many people at a music concert At least you should try to derail a train Or use a knife" the voice in the clip says according to the report Police said the audio clip was transmitted over the Telegram Messenger app from Afghanistan and the voice belongs to Rashid Abdullah the leader of the Kasaragod Islamic State module who left the country to join the outfit in Afghanistan Outlookreported The report added that Abdullah has been chargesheeted by the National Investigation Agency under Sections 120B r/w 125 of the Indian Penal Code and sections 3839 and40 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act Interpol had also issued a red notice against him PTI had earlier quoted Kerala police officers as saying that about 100 people from the statewere suspected to have joined the Islamic State Kumbh Mela is one of the biggest religious events in the world where over a million pilgrimsgather to offer prayers In early October at least 58 people were killed and 500 injured when a heavily armed "lone wolf" gunman opened fire from a 32-floor hotel room on an open-air concert on the Las Vegas Strip in the deadliest mass shooting in US history The Islamic State later claimed that Stephen Craig Paddock the 64-year-old Nevada man behind the massacre was one of its "soldiers" but the FBI said it had found no such connection With inputs from AFP New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea of Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury a Congress MP from West Bengal challenging a Delhi High Court order refusing to stay his eviction from bungalow at New Moti Bagh in New Delhi In an unusual order the apex court rejected the plea of Chowdhury when his counsel mentioned the matter for urgent hearing and said that it is not going to list it and rather dismissed it at the threshold "Taken on board and dismissed" a bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur said adding "You are an MP and you want to stay in a bungalow to which you are not entitled What kind of petition is this You just vacate" Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury Image courtesy PIB The bench also comprising justices A K Sikri and R Banumathi took a strong note of the submission that Chowdhury was earlier never asked to vacate the premises and has been paying the market rent to the government "Do you mean to say that you will vacate only when they ask you to do so" the bench said The high court had on 3 February rejected Chowdhury’s plea saying he will have to vacate the property forthwith It had also turned down the MP’s oral prayer for alternative arrangement for the interim period saying the new residence alloted to him at Humayun Road in Lutyen’s Delhi will take another 10-15 days to get ready for use The high court had refused to stay Chowdhury’s eviction while upholding the single-judge bench order of 1 February Chowdhury a Lok Sabha member had moved the court against the 1 February order dismissing his plea against the eviction following which the authorities concerned had disconnected water and power supply to his bungalow at 14 New Moti Bagh in New Delhi even as they started eviction proceedings against him Thereafter Chowdhury rushed to court which had earlier directed that status quo be maintained with regard to the eviction till 3 February According to the Directorate of Estates the MP has been allotted another house on Humayun Road and given sufficient time to vacate the ministerial bungalow which it said he was not entitled to But Chowdhury did not vacate despite several reminders in the past it had alleged Chowdhury who was minister in the UPA dispensation had contended that it was nothing but out of "political vendetta against the opposition by the government" Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain who had appeared in the high court on behalf of the Directorate of Estates had said the government was trying to accommodate the MP but he was not satisfied with the housing options being given to him The MP’s counsel had submitted that there was a security threat to his client as well as his family at the new premises Defending the eviction move Urban Development Ministry had said that Chowdhury was offered three Type VI bungalows after cancellation of Type VIII bungalow at New Moti Bagh but he refused PTI

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