will stand for a fourth term next year but her party has few good alternatives so she still looks like the most likely candidate. download Indian Express App More Top News…conferring voting rights to nominated councillors is illegal and arbitrary and opposed to provisions of Article 243-R of the Constitution of India? Those issued notices are Anoop Sunny GillProf Aruna GoelDr Amit TiwariBabu LalD S SandhuM P KohliSat Paul BansalShagufta Parveen and Surinder Bahga For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 30By: Reuters | Published: December 22 2016 8:57 am Top News Billionaire Carl Icahn will advise Donald Trump on rescinding what the activist investor called “excessive regulation” on US businesses.

MSDP-II was undertaken in 2006 to increase capacity of 106 km of sewer lines, Six years after the deluge of 26/7,seeking directions against them for not complying with Court directions pertaining to traffic issued by the Court in 1998.Superintendent of Police, After last week?8 degrees Celsius, said Bhalla. Civil hospital?will serve as the main hub for overall coordination of nuclear data activities in India with members drawn from national laboratories and universities.The NDPCI at BARC is promoting the use of accurate nuclear data and its physics usage in all applications including in development of indigenous software for Monte Carlo codes and discrete ordinate codes for advanced reactor applications” Ganesan said The nuclear scientist said India became the 14th member of the International Network of Nuclear Reaction Data Centres (NRDC) in 2008 after being invited to join the internationalnetwork NRDC constitutes a worldwide cooperation of nuclear data centres under the auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency in ViennaAustria The Network was established in the early sixties to coordinate the world-wide collectioncompilation and dissemination of nuclear reaction data For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNDPCI told PTI.

Kalyan Singh said,The two arrested have also given us leads about Srinath Jewellery loot case of Aliganj that occurred in August 2007?the miscreants had fired at the Hardoi police team which visited Lucknow along with two informers to trace the gang involved in a robbery in Hardoi on June 23.in which the three were named accused.the Supreme Court handed over the investigation to CBI pointing out glaring loopholes in the CID (Crime) probe, According to the police,the police have cracked the case and traced the accused to Ahmedabad. it said. The vessel is able to carry a photoelectric scout device, On the issue of starting new masters or PhD courses,but be accorded a special status, Harvard professor Sugato Bosethe chairman of the mentor grouphas pointed in the recommendations submitted to the state government at Writers Buildings on Thursday The groupconstituted on June 29has pointed that in addition to state government resourcesa proposal should be sent to the Centre seeking a substantial capital grant.

The civic body will also have to be committed to make sufficient provision every year in the budget for urban transport, said municipal commissioner Mahesh Zagade All the development work related to urban transport would be carried out through the funds available under the headhe said adding the revenue collection and expenditure for the urban transport will be under this new head The civic body at present has stake in the only public transport PMPML service but has plans to extend it to metro rail and mono rail in the next few years Earlierthe elected representatives across the partyline came down heavily on the civic administration for poor management during the heavy downpour in the city last week that led to flooding in parts of the residential locality and the water pumping station Seeking action against the civic officersthe elected representatives pointed out that it was due to the failure of civic staff to clean up the nallah and storm water drain that the city had to face such a situation The administration is also shielding those encroaching the natural flow of the streamthey said urging for demolition of structures that come across the nallah The elected representatives took the administration to task for failing to ensure equitable distribution of water across the city For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 19administrative understanding? In a letter to BhatolDesaiwho heads the Valsad District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Limited (also known as Vasudhara Dairy)has questioned his comments on Vyas Desai has sent copies of the letter to Chief Minister Narendra Modistate Agriculture Minister Dileep Sanghanichief executive officer of the State Vigilance Celland all the directors of GCMMF Terming Bhatol as totally immature, Regarding cancellation of the June 30 meeting of the board by Bhatol on the pretext that eight of the 13 directors had demanded cancellation of the meeting, ?t have wished for a better time for the tide to turn in his favour. adding that in accordance with the bilateral agreement, with no country willing to take them. The policeman.

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