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2016 7:27 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi waving along with BJP Leader of Assam Pradesh Himanta Biswa Sarma at a public meeting during a campaign for upcoming Assembly elections in Rangapara constituency near Tezpur in Assam on Sunday. ?s dance moves? “It seems that the Justice wants to keep happy whosoever is in the government, and said Ambedkar believed in the same philosophy. We found that they have more internal freedom as the Gang of 5 internal villains are not very strong in them. and explores the many complex reasons behind the tragedy. I’m all about living life to the fullest and balancing out my work and family time.Presidency will have access to more funds and can pursue teaching with emphasis on research, he saidadding the chief minister should have requested the Prime Minister on the issue State BJP president Rahul Sinha said the college should be upgraded as a Central university to save it from the clutches of the CPM The Presidency University Bill was tabled in the state Assembly in the second week of December and the matter will be debated in the House along with modifications in the Bill in the forthcoming Assembly session MeanwhileSt Xaviers Collegeanother institution of repute which is now an autonomous college under the Calcutta Universityhas also laid it claim for upgrade as a Central university after five years of autonomy For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangalore | Updated: February 12 2014 3:14 pm The Supreme Court has specifically permitted this auction to go ahead Therefore I don’t think there should be any concern said Vijay Mallya (PTI) Related News Playing down Justice Mudgal committee’s report on corruption in the IPL Royal Challengers Bangalore owner Vijay Mallya on Wednesday said scandals were a part and parcel of every sport and the brand value of the cash-rich event remained unaffected “It happens in every sport We would not have been sitting here if we would not have been excited about the IPL committed to the IPL The brand IPL have been growing in value It is unfortunate that there are such scams from time to time But I think the core of IPL is sound” Mallya said at the sidelines of the Indian Premier League players’ auction in Bangalore BCCI Chief N Srinivasan’s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan the former Team Principal of the Chennai Super Kings was indicted for betting by former Punjab and Haryana Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal committee which was appointed by the Supreme Court to probe the IPL betting and spot-fixing scam Six prominent “Indian capped” players’ names including one who is part of the current team also cropped up in the report filed by the committee Stating that there is no evidence against those six players whose names have been levelled in fixing controversy Mallya said “It is a bunch of speculation What I do know is that the Supreme Court has specifically permitted this auction to go ahead Therefore I don’t think there should be any concern” Kings XI Punjab owner Preity Zinta said the controversy did not worry her and she expected the truth to come out On buying Yuvraj Singh for a whopping Rs 14 crore Mallya said he was “very happy” to have the flamboyant all-rounder in his team but admitted that it was unfortunate to spend Rs four crore extra on him Royal Challengers had almost bought Yuvraj for Rs 10 crore when Kolkata Knight Riders joined in the bidding and eventually the left-handed batsman was sold for Rs 14 crore to the Bangalore outfit For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: October 14 2015 6:40 pm According to the research bitter-taste preferences were linked to malevolent personality traits (Source: Petr Kratochvil/Wikimedia Commons) Related News A fondness for bitter-tasting food and drinks such as black coffee may be a sign of dark personality traits including Machiavellianism sadism and narcissism according to a new study Christina Sagioglou study author and psychologist at the University of Innsbruck in Austria and her colleague Tobias Greitemeyer studied how bitter taste preferences may be associated with antisocial personality traits?Facebook report shows increase in data requests from India The accounts of Palestinian journalists were also briefly blocked.

and make them feel strong and thinner, Nandan Nilekani,Resident District Collector, declined to divulge the contents of the letter. “Not even in my dream could I imagine such charges. Anyway…I take it as his greetings for my birthday… (Alagiri’s birthday falls on January 30)” Alagiri had said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: June 8 2015 9:32 pm Senior advocate Ram Jethmalani on Monday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Modi expressing his dissatisfaction about the CVC appointment (Source: @RamJethmalani5/Twitter) Related News Senior advocate Ram Jethmalani on Monday criticised the appointment ofK V Chowdary asCentral Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) The irked senior lawyer had already expressed his dissatisfaction over Chowdary’s name and had written to both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee As the appointments were announced today Jethmalani wrote in his letter to PM Modi “My diminishing respect for you ends today” My breakup with the Prime Minister @narendramodi pictwittercom/8xmiPCKVAu — Ram Jethmalani (@RamJethmalani5) June 8 2015 Former CBDT chief K V Chowdary and Information Commissioner Vijai Sharma were on Monday appointed Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) and Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) posts which have remained vacant for over nine months on which the government drew some flak T M Bhasin Chairman and Managing Director of Indian Bank has also been appointed as Vigilance Commissioner Their appointments were approved today by President Pranab Mukherjee a Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson said a week after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge recommended their names With Chowdary’s appointment the government has for the first time broken away with the tradition of appointing an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer as the chief of the anti-corruption watchdog since it was formed in 1964 The appointments have come after opposition leaders including Congress President Sonia Gandhi had attacked the government over keeping these posts vacant and raised questions whether it was afraid of transparency Chowdary a former Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer is working as an Adviser in Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) to check black money He retired as Chairman of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) in October last year When reports appeared that Chowdary’s name was cleared senior lawyers Ram Jethmalani and Prashant Bhushan criticised the government and questioned his credentials for the job Ram Jethmalani had written a letter to President Pranab Mukherjee expressing his concern over K V Chowdary’s appointment as the news CVC On May 26 he had written an elaborate letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue My Letter dated 02062015 to @RashtrapatiBhvn regarding appointment of KV Chowdary as CVC pictwittercom/sdJ8aSykVj — Ram Jethmalani (@RamJethmalani5) June 4 2015 Page 1 of my Letter dated 26052015 to @narendramodi regarding CVC issue Sent to the @RashtrapatiBhvn too pictwittercom/28syv5czfi — Ram Jethmalani (@RamJethmalani5) June 4 2015 Page 2 of my Letter dated 26052015 to @narendramodi regarding CVC issue Sent to the @RashtrapatiBhvn too pictwittercom/axKW7YStBc — Ram Jethmalani (@RamJethmalani5) June 4 2015 In the Central Information Commission the government has followed the convention of appointing the senior most Information Commissioner’s as the CIC Sharma a former Environment Secretary has been working as Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commissioner since 2012 He will have a tenure of about six months as he attains the age of 65 years on December 1 this year Both Chowdary and Bhasin have been appointed for a term of four years from the date on which they enter upon their office or till they attain the age of 65 years whichever is earlier an official release said Interestingly former Director General of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Rajiv who is working as acting Central Vigilance Commissioner is three batch senior to Chowdary Rajiv is a 1975 batch IPS officer whereas Chowdary belongs to 1978 batch of IRS (Income Tax cadre) The Central Vigilance Commission is headed by a CVC and comprises two vigilance commissioners and today’s appointment constitutes the full Commission In the CIC there are vacancies of four Information Commissioners The incumbents are Basant Seth Yashovardhan Azad Sharat Sabharwal Manjula Prasher M A Khan Yusufi and Madabhushanam Sridhar Acharyulu Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had attended the meeting for the selection of CIC while Home Minister Rajnath Singh attended the other meeting on CVC held on June 1 Central Information Commission which is mandated to resolve appeals and complaints filed against government departments or public authorities by information seekers under the Right to Information Act has been working without a Chief for over nine months after the tenure of CIC Rajiv Mathur ended on August 22 2014 A total of 40051 cases — comprising 32531 appeals and 7520 complaints filed under the Right to Information (RTI) Act — are pending in the Commission as on today as per an official data The term of Central Vigilance Commissioner Pradeep Kumar had ended on September 28 last year while Vigilance Commissioner J M Garg completed his tenure on September 7 A total of 203 applicants were in the race for CIC and the government had received about 130 applications for the two vacant posts (CVC and Vigilance Commissioner) at the anti-corruption watchdog [with PTI inputs] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Kolkata | Updated: November 20 2017 5:09 pm Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up four wickets for eight runs for India (BCCI Photo) Related News India laid the perfect platform for a thrilling win against Sri Lanka with Virat Kohli scoring his 50th international century before Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar rocked the Sri Lanka batting line-up and pushed for a victory in the first Test at the Eden Gardens But bad light intentional delays by Sri Lankan batsmen and time consumed in DRS reviews made sure that the Test ends in a draw as Sri Lanka reached 75 for 7 when umpires asked teams that light was no longer good to play India declared their second innings for 352 for the loss of eight wickets as Kohli scored an unbeaten 104 — his 18th Test hundred — and set a 231-run target for Sri Lanka In the seven overs before Tea Bhuvneshwar and Shami picked a wicket each to push Sri Lanka back In the final session which lasted for one hour and 40 minutes Indian bowlers picked up five more wickets and raised the hopes of the home team for a win But Sri Lanka who had dominated the game until the fifth day were suddenly on the verge of losing it Bhuvneshwar picked up four wickets for eight runs and Shami picked up two wickets Umesh Yadav chipped in with one wicket but the two spinners Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin did not pick a single wicket in the match — a first in the history of Indian Test cricket The pacers got seam movement and reverse swing they got wickets mainly by bowling the batsmen or getting them leg-before The Test which began with only 112 overs bowled on the first day and more play being lost on the second went down to the wire with India needing to bowl out Sri Lanka in fading light The platform was laid by captain Kohli who battled struggling strokemaking at the start of his innings and later survived twice before finally punishing the Sri Lanka bowlers to reach his hundred He got off the mark with a four down the leg side which came off the gloves He then drove with confidence and even survived a LBW call on on review But after Lunch despite India losing wickets at other end he shifted gears and dashed from 70 to 104 He charged specifically against Suranga Lakmal the pacer who had dominated the first session with four wickets A flurry of boundaries including two beautiful sixes — the second was one with which he brought up his ton — over covers were the highlight of his innings and a youthful celebration which was missing in some of his past centuries India would have loved to finish the match with similar celebrations but did not have enough time in a Test that was mostly lost to rain and bad light India will now be hoping for a brighter Nagpur For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by P Vaidyanathan Iyer | Mumbai | Updated: April 9 2014 5:40 pm Related News Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil has yet again recommended wholesale changes to transfer postings of IPS officers recommended by the state governments Police Establishment Board (PEB)prompting Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan to demand a review by his NCP Cabinet colleague before he clears the file According to government sourcesPatil proposed changes to 16 of the 21 recommendations of IPS officers transfer postings made by the DGP-chaired PEB We need to exercise cautionespecially when the Supreme Court is closely monitoring police reforms across states? over the last few days by the designers, who chairs the House science committee,capture? 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