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2017 6:24 pm AR Rahman has won two Oscars for his score and ‘Jai Ho’ song in the film Slumdog Millionaire. the last Viceroy of India,after her staff threw a party at the singer’s home in her absence. Simultaneously,a property consultant. East corporation will bear the cost of running these five maternity centres, stated the commissioner The services provided at these maternity homes will include obstetricsgynaecology and paediatricsadolescent reproductive and sexual healthimmunizationfamily welfare and nutrition counsellingmother and child carepre-intra and post-delivery servicesultrasonographyX-ray and pathology along with referral services All maternity homes will be provide with laboratory facilities Break-up of the tie-up The operations of 5 of East corporations maternity centreswith their existing infrastructure and assetswill be handed over to corporate hospitals Doctors and staff from corporate hospitals will treat the maternity centre residents The corporate partner will provide manage human resources Corporation will bear of cost of running the centres For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 21 2013 1:57 am Related News Saturday saw the heaviest rain for the month of July since 2009 with the Safdarjung office of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) recording 123 mm of rain Thisthe weatherman saidis half the average rainfall for the entire month According to the IMD officialsit rained the heaviest between noon and 130 pmwith rain gauges recording 100 mm of rain in just 90 minutes Since July 1Delhi has already received 384 mm of rain Such heavy rain in a small time frame was mainly due to the movement of the monsoon trough from south to north andon Saturday morningit was directly over the capital Two cyclonic circulations from Madhya Pradesh and Punjab were pushing moist clouds into Delhi?

too,t it, (Picture Source: Maharashtra Tourism Website) Top News With the stone crumbling at several places, All we can do is try and make this India,they were arrested, Baaniya said Based on the information provided by the triothe body was recovered For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOSLO (Reuters) – Electronic waste rose to a record 45 million tonnes worldwide in 2016 squandering valuable metals such as gold and copper since few trashed televisions cellphones or other products get recycled a UN-backed study showed on Wednesday FILE PHOTO: Packed electronic waste are seen outside at a recycling warehouse in Mexico City Mexico August 18 2017 REUTERS/Henry Romero/File PhotoRising incomes and falling prices for everything from solar panels to fridges drove up the amount of e-waste — defined as anything with a plug or a battery — by 8 percent from 41 million tonnes in the last assessment for 2014 it said The weight of e-waste in 2016 was equivalent to about 4500 Eiffel Towers according the joint study by the UN University the International Telecommunication Union and the International Solid Waste Association Raw materials in the 2016 scrap were worth an estimated 55 billion euros ($6461 billion) including metals such as gold silver copper platinum and palladium it said Yet only 89 million tonnes were documented to have been collected and recycled in 2016 Most e-waste ended as rubbish in landfills even though recycling would make economic sense in most cases “What is still shocking . is that only 20 percent is going in the official collection and recycling schemes” Ruediger Kuehr head of the UN University’s Sustainable Cycles Programme told Reuters FILE PHOTO: A worker at the Ecomicro recycling company dismantles computers in Saint-Loubes near Bordeaux France October 16 2017 REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/File PhotoOverall e-waste was projected to climb to 522 million tonnes in 2021 the study said China was the biggest source of the scrap with 72 million tonnes in 2016 ahead of the United States The report said many people junked gadgets often to buy an upgraded model or because repairs of anything from a toaster to a smartphone were more expensive than buying a replacement Slideshow (2 Images)“There has been much debate and criticism of the growing ‘throwaway society’ characterized by consumerism and the trend to throw away and buy something new rather than keep and repair” the report said Kuehr said the low rates of e-waste collection and recycling were a surprise when 67 nations covering two-thirds of the world population had legislation about processing e-waste Australia New Zealand generated the highest amounts of e-waste per inhabitant at 173 kilos (38 lbs) each for instance but only 6 percent were formally collected and recycled Europe had the highest collection rates at 35 percent Kuehr urged Christmas shoppers to take account of recycling when choosing gifts “In Christmas shopping more and more equipment comes with a plug or battery . facilitating the increase of the e-waste mountain” he said This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed By: Express Web Desk | Published: October 13 2016 2:57 pm Khali runs multiple academies in Punjab to hone young talent (Source: WWE File) Top News Khali took matters into his own hands after wrestlers ransacked his academy in Jalandhar because of being left furious with a cancelled show that was being promoted by the Indian wrestler The foreign wrestlers vandalised property of Khali’s academy including destroying files and documents If that wasn’t enough the Brody Steele-led wrestlers camp attacked the support staff of the academy including reportedly Khali’s younger brother The wrestlers were reportedly incensed after an event in Gurgaon scheduled for October 8 was postponed The organisers reportedly didn’t have the required permission from the police to hold the event and until the approval came through they decided to push the event further “We could not get the police clearance and hence had to postpone the tournament Due to this the wrestlers created a ruckus in my academy today” said Dilip Singh Rana to The Tribune Dilip Singh Rana who goes by the name ‘The Great Khali’ then hit back at the wrestlers by attacking Brody Steele at what seems like a hotel property In a video doing the rounds on social media Khali stormed into the room where the wrestlers were stayingin Chandigarh to settle matters by himself He attacked two men with a stick and left them reeling on the floor This isn’t the first time Steele and Khali have come together and that has resulted in mayhem Earlier in the year Steele attacked theformer WWE World Champion and left himon the canvas He was subsequently hospitalised for two days For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Boston | Updated: April 15 2017 1:14 am Top News Ethiopian runner Lemi Berhanu Hayle will defend his Boston Marathon title in a wide open race on Monday against a men’s field that includes the first American champion in three decades and no clear favorite Berhanu Hayle won last year’s race in two hours 12 minutes 44 seconds after pulling away from twice champion and countryman Lelisa Desisa who is not competing this year The last men’s repeat winner was five-time champion Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot of Kenya who completed a triple in 2008 An Ethiopian woman Atsede Baysa will also be defending her title after winning in 2:29:19 Berhanu Hayle’s main challengers will include countryman Sisay Lemma who ran 2:05:16 in Dubai last year and Kenyans Geoffrey Kirui who ran 2:06:27 in Amsterdam last year and Emmanuel Mutai who was second in New York and Chicago and has the field’s fastest personal best of 2:03:13 The hilly Boston course usually leads to slower times than other major marathons “Any move (Berhanu Hayle) makes will be taken seriously by the others” said Scott Douglas a contributing editor at Runner’s World “With no clear standouts this year Boston will be a very interesting race to watch” Making a farewell appearance will be Meb Keflezighi who gave Boston an emotional boost when he became the first American man to win in three decades in 2014 one year after a pair of brothers of Chechen origin killed three people and injured more than 200 at the finish line with a pair of homemade bombs Keflezighi 41 plans to retire from competition after November’s New York City marathon “It will be very emotional to get to Hopkinton (where the race starts) but I’m excited I know the course and I’m 100 percent healthy” he said Galen Rupp who won marathon bronze at the Rio Olympics but has had foot problems this year and Jared Ward who wrote his masters thesis on marathon pacing join a large US contingent Strong women contenders include Kenyans Gladys Cherono Edna Kiplagat and Brigid Kosgei These women will be racing in part because of Kathrine Switzer who became the first woman to finish the then all-male Boston race with a bib 50 years ago Switzer 70 will wear the same number – 261 – when she steps to the line to race again on Monday “I will put on the full regalia: the bib plus the eye liner mascara and lipstick” she said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDubai:The International Cricket Council is all set to scrap the controversial constitutional amendments which gave executive clout and financial power to India Australia and England with its Shashank Manohar-led Board recommending complete overhaul of the current power structure in Dubai on Thursday In its first meeting of 2016 after Manohar took over as ICC Chairman the world body’s Board agreed that the current system put in place by controversial former head N Srinivasan needed to be done away with "As such the Board unanimously agreed to propose to the Full Council that a new Chairman should be elected by the Board for a two-year term commencing at the June 2016 Board meeting through a secret balloting process overseen by the ICC’s independent Audit Committee Chairman" the ICC said in a statement "While in the office the ICC Chairman will not be allowed to hold any post with any Member Board and may be re-elected at the expiry of the term with a maximum limit of three terms" "To qualify to contest the election it has been agreed that all nominees must be either a past or present ICC Board director and should have the support of at least two Full Member directors" ICC ChairmanShashank Manohar Getty In fact the Manohar-led ICC suggested complete review of the constitutional changes made in 2014 by Srinivasan which gave enormous powers to the ‘Big Three’ with bulk of the revenue share going their way "The Board agreed to approve changes to the terms of reference of the Finance & Commercial Affairs Committee and Executive Committee so as to remove the permanent positions for the nominees of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Cricket Australia (CA) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on these committees and to allow fair access to membership for all Full and Associate Member directors with the sole criteria being the skill competence and experience of the relevant director "To that end the present composition of the committees will be reviewed in their entirety in June 2016" an ICC release stated "Moreover the Board has also agreed to carry out a complete review of the 2014 resolutions and constitutional changes with a view to establishing governance finance corporate and cricketing structures that are appropriate and effective for the strategic role and function of the ICC and all of its members" the ICC said "As part of this wide-ranging exercise the ICC Board has directed that the ICC’s constitution be reviewed in its entirety and all members have been encouraged to provide feedback on this issue to ICC management during the next few weeks" Manohar said the recommendations were aimed at making ICC operations more transparent "The decisions taken clearly reflect that we collectively want to improve the governance in a transparent manner not only of the ICC but also the Member Boards" Manohar has constituted a five-member steering group which under his leadership also includes the respective Chairmen of the ICC’s Governance Review Committee Executive Committee Finance & Commercial Affairs Committee and Associate/Affiliate Member group and will be supported by various members of ICC management The steering group will report on progress at the April 2016 meeting with a view to putting forward any required changes to the meetings during the ICC Annual Conference week in June 2016 In a further attempt to improve the governance standards of and transparency within member boards the ICC Board agreed to reinstate a previous requirement that Full Members must submit their latest audited statements on an annual basis as is already the case with all Associate and Affiliate Members With an aim to improve relationships with the Members and cricket stakeholders from around the world the Board decided that three of the four meetings of the year will take place in Member countries outside of the UAE This year’s ICC Annual Conference will take place in Edinburgh from 27 June to 2 July while venues for the April and October meetings will be announced in due course Manohar said:"We had very purposeful and positive meetings and the decisions taken clearly reflect that we collectively want to improve the governance in a transparent manner not only of the ICC but also the Member Boards This in turn will enhance the image and quality of the sport "No Member of the ICC is bigger than the other and I am determined to make a meaningful contribution in this regard with support of all the Members" In parallel with the constitutional and governance review there was a detailed discussion on the future structure and scheduling of international cricket including the impact of Twenty20 leagues on the international game This discussion covered the positioning of each of cricket’s three formats and the amount of international cricket that should be played with a view to building a clearer cricket calendar with greater context being underpinned by an appropriate funding model The ICC will engage with relevant stakeholders including player representatives over coming months to prepare various cricketing models for consideration by the ICC Cricket Committee Chief Executives’ Committee and ICC Board On cricket’s entry into the Olympic Games the release stated:"The Board received a report from management on the status of on-going dialogue with the International Olympic Committee and Commonwealth Games federation about the benefits and drawbacks of cricket’s future participation in the Olympic and/or Commonwealth Games "The Board acknowledged that this was a complex issue with a diverse range of views and factors to be taken into account and that further work was required before a final position could be adopted" The Board was informed that preparations for the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 were progressing smoothly and the BCCI and the ICC were working closely to put together a truly world-class and an unforgettable event The tournament will take place from March 8 to April 3 The ICC Board approved an increased operational budget for the event in order to ensure that no stone was left unturned in ensuring that the ICC and the BCCI could achieve their joint objectives of making this event the biggest and best cricket event ever held Following last month’s elections Sri Lanka Cricket’s membership of the ICC has been reinstated in full meaning that SLC is now entitled to full funding and attendance and voting rights at the Board and Full Council The Board received a detailed update on cricket activities in the USA and approved a strategic planning framework that has been developed after wide-ranging consultation with the USA cricket community In line with this strategy a number of development and high performance activities were approved to take place during 2016 pursuant to the ‘special project’ budget that the ICC has set aside to support the development of cricket in the USA In this respect the ICC noted that the USA Cricket Association remains suspended by the ICC and encouraged it to work more closely with ICC management to try to unify the cricketing community in the USA The Board approved a qualification pathway for future ICC U19 Cricket World Cups It was agreed that the 10 Test playing countries and the highest-placed Associate team from the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 will qualify directly for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 which will be staged in New Zealand from 12 January-4 February 2018 The remaining five sides will qualify through the regional qualifying tournaments The Board also received updates on matters relating to anti-doping and international men’s and women’s cricket PTI Atletico de Kolkata were crowned the Indian Super League champions for the second time in three seasons when Jewel Raja’s successful penalty helped Atletico overcome a dogged Kerala Blasters side following a 1-1 drawafter extra time Here are the biggest takeaways from the ISL final: Display in the final a mere extension of both club’s footballing ideologies As soon as Alireza Faghani blew the final whistle at the 90th minute with the scores tied at 1-1 Atletico de Kolkata made history with Jose Molina’s side drawing for the tenth occasion (in seventeen matches) In the brief history of the ISL no other club had drawn so many matches in a single season Atletico de Kolkata players celebrate with the ISL trophy ISL A popular belief among the supporters of the losing semifinalists of the third season is that neither of the two most exciting sides of the league stage qualified for the ultimate showdown and the two finalist clubs circumspect as ever did nothing to denounce that notion On a night when a ‘sea of yellow’ took over the stands at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi which has catered to packed houses through the tournament the quality of football on display was similar to the one Steve Coppell has witnessed first-hand on a cold Sunday evening during his time in England The tone of the game was set as early as the eighth minute when Kerala countered from an Atletico corner through a clever run from Duckens Nazon CK Vineeth’s poor touch in a 3-vs-3 situation helped Atletico break off the move and devise a counter-attack of their own Lalrindika Ralte’s pinpoint long ball found Iain Hume (running off the shoulders of Aaron Hughes and Cedric Hengbert) at the edge of the 18-yard-box but Hume’s heavy touch took the ball out for a goal-kick Atletico once again outshot their opponents but both clubs registered four shots on target the visitors’ marquee signing Helder Postiga being particularly wasteful in the final third Kervens Belfort was the Blasters’ standout attacking player for Steve Coppell’s side looked to threaten Debjit Majumdar’s goal whenever the Haitian received the ball on the left flank Kerala Blasters won the midfield battle of the night Kerala Blasters went in with a 4-1-4-1 formation to counter Atletico’s two deep central midfielders who had taken the game away from Mumbai City FC just a few days back As Coppell’s side pressed Borja and Jewel Raja high up the pitch forcing them to misplace passes the supply for Atletico’s front four was severely hampered Mehtab Hossain was stellar in midfield with six tackles and two blocks apart from 43 passes and four crosses – his immaculate corner had brought in the Blasters’ goal in the thirty seventh minute The Atletico central midfield grew into the match as the game progressed with Borja and Jewel Raja completing nine tackles four blocks and five interceptions between them While Doutie and Ralte were effectively isolated on either wing Postiga’s poor display meant the Kolkata club had to contend with a disjointed midfield for majority of the game With Borja resorting to attempting long balls behind the Blasters defence thereby losing possession Atletico rarely dominated the middle third during transitions until Molina substituted Javier Lara for Postiga A game devoid of individual brilliance For a match involving the likes of Sameehg Doutie and CK Vineeth – proven goalscorers and chance creators in a rich vein of form the final was defined by a distinct lack of superlative footballing moments With both managers prioritising to stay compact at the back right from kick-off and the humid atmosphere sapping players of energy as the game progressed the 54000-strong crowd was devoid of in-game dramatic occurrences The fact that the clubs were playing a match of enormous proportion for the third time in a week took a toll on both squads – with Kerala’s Aaron Hughes and Atletico’s Keegan Pereira forced to be substituted in the first half itself While a number of counter-attacking manoeuvres were orchestrated by both clubs mostly through the wide channels the final ball was often lacking Mohammed Rafi’s thumping header as well as Henrique Sereno’s equaliser came from set-piece situations – due to man-marking errors by Pritam Kotal and Sandesh Jhingan While the Kerala Blasters forward timed his run perfectly the Atletico defender overpowered his Indian counterpart with sheer physical strength Penalty shootout acts as ‘Kingmaker’ The last time these two clubs faced each other at this stage a late goal from Mohammed Rafique (a Kerala Blasters player now) had broken hearts across the state with two current Atletico players Iain Hume and Stephen Pearson (both of whom played significant roles in Kerala’s amazing run in the first season) experiencing the bitter taste of defeat Hume the all-time top scorer of the Indian Super League was bound to have recalled that dreaded feeling moments after he missed the first penalty in Atletico’s shootout The Canadian (also ATK’s regular penalty-taker) tends to thrive under pressure but came up short against Graham Stack His team-mates however did not miss from the spot with Doutie Borja and Lara burying each of their penalties Unlike a popular myth penalty shootouts are more than sheer luck and Debjit Majumdar had done his homework With the exception of Antonio German’s penalty Majumdar had jumped in the right direction for all other spot kicks The Indian goalie has been an integral aspect of the Atletico team all through the season and his save off Hengbart in Kerala’s final penalty made all the difference As history repeated itself the Yellow Army and their fans were once again destined for heartbreak but Iain Hume and Stephen Pearson were not Chanchal, has struggled for decades with an insurgency even as other northeastern states have become more stable.the effects are long term,apart from the ban, he said.

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