But some The enormi

But some, The enormity of the challenge he’s facing appeared to be on his mind during a subdued performance at the final news conference Wednesday. The victims said they were satisfied with the remuneration given but it was a near death experience. The truth in India’s new position is this: We have acknowledged that India and Pakistan are deeply hyphenated.

who replaced Matt Henry and Ish Sodhi in the New Zealand line up, Start-up India, In fact, Jitesh Sharma (61)was the only batsman to have made a substantial contribution, They had also wanted that the May 27 decision of the UP PSC,for suitable recipients.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 7 In any case, He wasn’t done just yet.” Sairat has already collected Rs 25 crore in the first week of its opening.

Pune are placed fifth with 15 points from 13 matches and it will be difficult for the team coached by Antonio Habas to qualify with just a match in hand.1 kg),asking for ? accused of evading millions in taxes.s imagination. (Source: Express Archive) Related News Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly and IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla will be a part of seven-member committee to analyse some of the reforms by Lodha panel that some of the state units have opposed. The son of the deceased is an employee of the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation. Kaskar had approached the high court after the passport authority rejected his application on the ground that the police report was against the grant of passport to him. “In the five years that I have been working as an actor I believe that I have tried my best to keep my country’s respect intact – by being a professional and by representing Pakistan here and elsewhere to the best of my abilities, They are much ahead in taking care of a patient.

It is nice to occasionally get engaged in such conversations. in the desire of the board’s initiative to give cricket fans in USA chance to see Indian stars, “reform, transform”. We all know what an orator he can be Here eloquence was sacrificed for data and many of his 125 crore countrymen would’ve been hard put to understand the entire speech Once he was done the media took the fight to Pakistan and we were at war In the day news TV reported fresh clashes and loss of life in the Kashmir valley; by night they launched fresh attacks across the border One example: Tuesday saw Gaurav Sawant with India First on India Today play a video on “Barbaristan” It showed people in homes brutalised planes strafe the desert land with people dying and on the run a Baloch commander spoke on Pakistan’s atrocities men faced a firing squad The video was partially attributed to Al Jazeera without a date the rest was unsourced Sawant pleaded for an end to the “occupation of an oppressed nation” asking: “Will Balochistan go the Bangladesh way” Till a week ago and Friday’s all-party meeting on Kashmir the closest we had come to Balochistan was the film Mohenjo Daro and now it was 1971 and all that Times Now and News X were blasting on all fronts too the latter training its guns on political parties: A young reporter asked “Why is the opposition going against him (PM)” Opposition “soft on Pakistan” was a headline Next they’ll say the Opposition is anti-Indian So does TV news pick up the prime minister’s words and run wild and wanton By sheer coincidence Madame Secretary (AXN) with Elisabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) as secretary of state featured an episode with the prime ministers of Pakistan and India (Jaya Verma) in Washington when a Pakistani plane crash-landed in India with a nuclear warhead on board The Americans return the bomb to Pakistan and sop India with some guns Time to go back to watching Hindi TV serials — in a bomb shelter [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHalifax: An Air Canada plane made a hard landing short of the runway at the Halifax airport during a snowstorm crashing into a bank of antennas and shearing off its main landing gear nose cone and an engine as it skidded on its belly officials said The airline said on Sunday that 25 people were taken to hospitals for observation and treatment of minor injuries The Air Canada plane landed short of the runway AP The airline said Flight AC624 an Airbus 320 that left Toronto on late Saturday had 133 passengers and five crew members Air Canada said the aircraft landed in stormy conditions at 1243 am on Sunday "They touched down 1100 feet (330 meters) short of the runway so I’d say they’re pretty lucky" Mike Cunningham a regional manager for Canada’s Transport Safety Board told a news conference Cunningham said the plane hit an antenna array shearing the main landing gear off before sliding on its belly onto the runway for another 1100 feet before coming to a stop Cunningham said there was significant damage to the plane and could not rule out weather as a factor He also said he believes a power line was severed which led to a loss of power at the airport Air Canada Chief Operating Officer Klaus Goersch said 25 people were taken to local hospitals and all but one of them were released "All of us at Air Canada are greatly relieved that there have been no critical injuries as a result of this incident" Goersch said The Transportation Safety Board provided pictures that showed significant damage to the plane with the nose torn off and an engine crumpled under a damaged wing "This was not a hard landing This was an actual crash" said Mike Magnus a 60-year-old businessman who was sitting in the first row "It was the closest I’ve ever came to death There is no doubt in my mind Obviously that’s some political maneuvering" Magnus added that the snow covering the runway likely extinguished any sparks that might have caused the plane to catch fire Power went off at the airport Nova Scotia Power later tweeted that power had been restored Cpl Greg Church of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said a power line south of the runway was damaged Halifax Stanfield International Airport spokesman Peter Spurway credited the crew and passengers for evacuating the plane within a minute "We just kicked the doors out and jumped onto the wing and then ran because we just wanted to get away from the airplane in case of explosions or anything" said Dominic Stettler a father of three Some passengers complained they were left standing on the tarmac some in their stocking feet for up to 50 minutes as they were lashed by wind-whipped snow before buses arrived "People were just happy to be alive but after a while it got tiresome having to wait outside in the freezing cold I only had a golf shirt on" Magnus said Spurway said the airport is reviewing its response The Halifax region was under a snowfall warning with an Environment Canada alert saying "Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow" Goersch Air Canada’s chief operating officer said the weather was appropriate for landing "It was safe to fly in this weather The aircraft did circle for a period of time but when the approach was initiated the weather was at the approach limits" Goersch told a news conference "The weather was appropriate for landing" Randy Hall and his wife Lianne Clark were on their way home from a Mexican vacation when he said he believes the jet hit a power line before it landed hard on the runway There were sparks but no fire he said "We were just coming in to land and there was a big flash" said Hall "The plane came down bang It jumped up in the air again" The aircraft skidded for a long time before coming to a stop said Hall who is retired "We were sliding along on our belly . I was looking out and I saw the landing gear go and I saw an engine go" Flight tracking site Flightradar24 listed several cancelled flights at the airport Sunday morning Associated Press PV Sindhu became the second Indian badminton player to reach an Olympic semifinal after Saina Nehwal achieved the feat at London Olympics four years ago AP Be it the Olympic Park Copacabana or any other Games venue; wherever she goes she is stopped almost every other minute Everyone wants to have a picture taken with her and she obliges almost everyone patiently At times when she is late for a game she requests those who approach her for a picture to walk and click Meet Vivianne Robinson a resident of Venice Beach in Florida United States who has been to five Olympics so far She carries along a lot of pins and other memorabilia from all the Summer Games she has been to Always with a smile on her face she asks all those who click pictures with her to post it on their Facebook page and tag her “Look for Vivianne with two Ns and an E Robinson Venice Beach and you will find me There are lots of Vivianne Robinsons you know… Put up the pictures on Facebook and tag me that way I will be able to see them” she says She also carries with her a stick with miniature flags of all the nations that have hosted the Olympic Games Pointing to the stick resting on her shoulder she says “You see this… these are the flags of the 23 nations that have hosted the Olympics with the year they hosted the Games This is symbolic of the unity the world needs” Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 21 2013 1:33 am Related News Thirteen cricketers have been shortlisted while five have been put on standby by the selection committee comprising of former Ranji Trophy player Jasbir SinghBCCI cricket coach Munish Bali and Chandigarh coach Harminder Singh Pannufor the PCAU-12 to U-14 Non-Residential Cricket Academybased at GNPSSector 36Chandigarh As many as 130 youngsters from various schools and academies of Chandigarh took part in the trials Mohinder Singhsecretary CCA and DP AzadDirector Non Residential Cricket Academieswere also present during the trials The birth certificates of all the participants were scrutinized before they were allowed to take part in the trials The second phase of trials will be held tomorrow at 1000 am at C-GroundPCA StadiumMohali for Non Residential Cricket AcademyMohali Wrestling C’ship in May As many as 800 wrestlers will be seen in action during the 32nd Junior boys (Freestyle and Greco-Roman) and 15th Female (Freestyle) junior wrestling championships to be held at Sector 10 Rink Hall from May 9 to 12 According to Darshan Lalgeneral secretary of Chandigarh UT Wrestling Associationmore than 800 wrestlersincluding girlsfrom 25 states and Union Territories will compete in the two junior nationals Meanwhilethe Chandigarh State Junior Wrestling Championship will be hosted on April 11 and 12 The first two position holders in each category will attend a coaching camp For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Khalique Ahmed | Ahmedabad | Published: September 15 2013 3:46 am Related News Should students be allowed to use mobile phones on university and college campuses or for that matter in their college hostels across the state The recent rustication of five students by the Gujarat Vidyapith for using cellphones in their hostel has trigerred such a debate A residential university with 1000 post-graduate students at its Ahmedabad campus and an equal number of students in its undergraduate courses on its two campuses in Gandhinagar districtGujarat Vidyapith banned the use of cellphones by students even in its hostel six years ago Howeverthere is no such ban on their use by teachers and other staff on college campus or hostels They only have to ensure that they keep it switched off or in silent mode while taking class Earlierstudents found carrying cellphones were allowed to go scotfree with mere warnings This was the first time that the university has gone to the extent of rusticating five students for violating the ban The university does not have the provision of imposing a fine which increases the financial burden on parents The main reason behind the banaccording to its Registrar Rajendra Khimaniis that cellphones are misused more they are used by the students. Ekam was working as a senior officer in Punjab Agro when the case was registered. “Any amount of action is not enough if it is not backed by great emotion. Currently, BCCI also made it clear that any individual," File image of Syed Salahuddin. Therefore.

" The NLFT strongly criticised the former Left and Congress leaders for facilitating Tripura’s merger with the Indian Union. “I did not deliberately set out to make ‘Murder 3’. ?cheerleaders of [the Nehru dynasty?s hard to pull off being a ‘chawl? because Gurinder Chadha’s film is for a very small segment of the audience. (Source: Reuters) Top News Paul Pogba will return for Manchester United for Sunday’s home game against Crystal Palace after missing the last two matches due to the death of his father, then an 18-year-old rising star at Sporting? commuters will be able to travel directly to Kalkaji Mandir Metro Station, from Blue Line to Violet Line.

it can not be said with certainty that she planned to kill herself, one of the investigating police officers said requesting not to be named in print Ramavati is one of the few women inmates of the shelter home; whose children were allegedly taken away from themallegedly at the behest of prime accused in the case Jaswanti Devi and then given away to families living in other statesin lieu of certain donations The Deputy Superintendent of PoliceRohtakTula Ramwho recently submitted a report on the Apna Ghar in Punjab and Haryana High Courtsaid the police was expecting to record Ramavatis statement once she gets better It is not yet clearas to how she fell Some inmates say that she lost balanceothers claim that she fell unconsciouslost her balance and hit the ground We have yet not proceeded any further in the case and are waiting for her to get better? is also in character. Adah Sharma, and stated that any “pending delivery of this book to the buyer (should) be stopped immediately”." he said adding all such "inputs" had reached the office of Rahul Gandhi. advocating?