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The process of nomination for the first phase of panchayat polls has already started.of which the Centre has given Rs 27 lakh, says Singh Besides streetlightsthe other major focus of the project is to provide power for laboratories and computer rooms in schoolsas students are not able to undertake practical study due to frequent power cutshe says In village hospitalssolar energy will keep the refrigerators storing vaccines runningbesides the fans and lightsthe absence of which adds to the plight of patientshe adds Though Punjab was 100 per cent electrified in 1970ssubsequent industrialisation and a boom in the agriculture sector have increased the demand for power manifoldleading to outages Wars with Pakistan further deteriorated the situation in border areas Singh says the projectwhich will have involvement of panchayatswill catalyse economic and social uplift of the villages that have 80 per cent concentration of small farmers and scheduled caste people The executing company will operate and maintain the project for ten years PEDA will be the implementing agencyand will also be responsible for procurement and installation of the system as per specifications of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) Effective coordination will be done with respective panchayatsand project officers will be responsible for raising awareness and ensuring involvement of NGOs The sarpanch and panchayat members will also be involved in site locationinstallation of the systemand ensuring that one or two persons from the beneficiaries groups are imparted training in operation and maintenance The project will be commissioned within four months after the approval from the MNRE For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: January 2 2012 3:55 am Top News An unbeaten 90 run-knock by Faiz Hasan helped Unity College in defeating Modern AcademyGomti Nagar by eight wickets in their quarter-final match of the 14th Avinash Chandra Chaturvedi Memorial Cricket Tournamentin Lucknow on Thursday Faizs 90 came off 60 balls which featured twelve boundaries and two lofty sixes Three more quarter-final matches were played on Thursday DPS Indira Nagar defeated Career Convent College by nine wicketsLa Martiniere College beat CMS Kanpur Road by three wickets while Seth MR Jaipuria College beat Montfort College by 69 runs Brief Scores: (1st match):- Career Convent College: 95 for eight in 20 overs ( Adnan Amir 17Vishal Bajpai 17; Sanjeet Singh 4 for 11Avinash Lamba 2 for 16); DPSIndira Nagar: 98 for one in 101 overs ( Pranav Pandey 47 not outAmit Singh 34; Akash Pandey 1 for 30);(2nd match):- CMS Kanpur Road: 109 for eight in 20 overs; Extras: 49( Akhil Pratap Singh 15; A Hassan 2 for 16Q Masood 3 for 16); La Martiniere College: 110 for seven in 182 overs ( Hamza Razi 38Nikhil Shukla 20; Akhil Pratap Singh 2 for 12Abhay 2 for 20);(3rd match):- Jaipuria College: 120 for seven in 20 overs ( Prabal Mishra 32 not outAman 18; Ayush Srivastava 3 for 15); Monfort College: 51 all out in 132 overs ( Abhay Pratap Singh 16; Kartikey Singh 4 for 2S Shukla 2 for 16); (4th match):- Modern AcademyGomti Nagar: 141 for nine in 20 overs ( Durgesh Tiwari 44Rajneesh Tiwari 27Amir Hasan 2 for 19Muddasir 2 for 19Asif Ali 2 for 17); Unity College: 142 for two in 163 overs ( Faiz Hasan 90 not out60 Balls 12 Fours 2 SixShahbaz Hussain 21; Aditya Prakash 1 for 22) Next fixture:1st semi-final: DPS Indira Nagar vs La Martiniere College (at KD Singh Babu Stadium);2nd semi-final: Unity College vs Jaipuria College (at KD Singh Babu Stadium) BrijeshAbhishek excel Impressive batting performances by Brijesh Yadav (79) and Abhishek Pathak (60) went a long way as Young Challenger Club defeated Sony Cricket Club by 26 runs in their league match of the 3rd Shivesh Ranjan Mazumdar Memorial Cricket Tournament at Pt RB Tiwari StadiumLucknow on Thursday Brief Scores: Young Challenger Club: 210 for nine in 40 overs ( Brijesh Yadav 79Abhishek Pathak 60Jitendra Sharma 22; Sajal Bhalla 4 for 22Vipin 2 for 27); Sony Cricket Academy: 184 all out in 354 overs ( M Sameer 55Vipin 38Sandeep 25; Sunil Prajapati 3 for 51Dilip Upadhyay 2 for 28Vinay Vishkarma 2 for 33) Yorker Club wins Yorker Cricket Club defeated Standard Club by 10 runs while Paramount Club beat Rahul Kapoor Club by five wickets in their respective knock-out stage matches of the Kanshiram memorial cricket tournamentat LDA StadiumLucknow on Thursday Brief Scores: (1st match):- Yorker Club: 105 for nine in 20 overs ( Dravin 44 not outSubrato Ghosh 25; Virendra Bharti 3 for 12RS Pawar 1 for 9); Standard Club: 95 all out in 20 overs ( Prashant Bhardwaj 22RS Pawar 20; Rahul Singh 3 for 24Sandeep 3 for 17); (2nd match):- Rahul Kapoor Club: 141 for seven in 20 overs ( Aditya Singh 46Praveen Kumar 25Ravi Kumar 18; Zeeshan 3 for 23M Gulzar 1 for 19); Paramount Club: 142 for five in 20 overs ( M Waris 52Gulzar 31 not outAbhishek Shukla 20; Ankit Kapoor 2 for 20Zaid Khan 1 for 32) UP players selected The following Uttar Pradesh players have been selected as probables for the Indian sub-junior under-14 boys and girls basketball teams General secretary Uttar Pradesh Basketball Association (UPBA) informs that the national coaching camp will be organised at New Delhi from December 11 to 30 Those selected include: Boys: Amit Hooda (Agra)Dheeraj Maurya (Varanasi); Girls: Mantasha Ansari (Lucknow)Pooja Yadav (Varanasi) For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Philadelphia | Published: September 17 2016 2:32 pm Top News A wild chase and shootout through the streets of West Philadelphia left two police officers and four civilians wounded and a suspect fatally shot Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said Sgt Sylvia Young was ambushed late Friday night and shot a number of times in the arm and protective vest He said Ed Miller a former police officer who is now a member of the police force at the University of Pennsylvania was also wounded Both were in stable condition early Saturday at Penn Presbyterian Hospital Two of the four civilians who were wounded were in critical condition Ross said The suspect was cornered in an alley and fatally shot by police the commissioner said Young a 19-year police veteran was sitting in her vehicle at about 11:20 pm when she was ambushed by the suspect who fired numerous shots Ross said Young was struck up to eight times multiple times in her protective vest and left arm The suspect fled Ross said and shot into a nearby bar striking a security guard in the leg The man then grabbed a woman and used her as a shield before shooting her in the leg Moments later as police gave chase the suspect shot into a car striking a man and a woman in the chest Ross said they were both in critical condition Ross said Miller and two police officers chased the man into an alley where he was shot and killed The identities of the suspect and the others who were injured were not immediately released For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newstwo Congress candidates filed nomination.Incredibles, In its annual report, Far from it.