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Moutable, who was hit by a Pakistani shell, Hafiz Saeed, I love it, she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: In a sharp retort to Amit Shah for his attack on the grand ‘secular’ alliance in Bihar Congress on Monday reminded the BJP president of the Gujarat riots cases and said a person who faced "legal restrains" should not be talking about ‘jungle raj’ PM Narendra Modi (left) and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar PTI "A person who himself faced legal restrains and that too by the apex court of the country should not be talking about ‘jungle raj’" Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala told reporters at the AICC briefing He was referring to the Supreme Court’s bar on Shah’s entry into Gujarat in connection with the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case The restriction was later lifted Projecting the Bihar assembly elections as a contest between a "kaam-kaji" Chief Minister and "Hawabaaz" Prime Minister the JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance also launched a joint attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon after Shah announced the seat-sharing arrangement among NDA constituents The leaders of the three parties also refrained from talking much about the fallout of Asadaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM contesting the Bihar polls and sought to project their poll plank as development for all communities apparently amid realisation that creating a communal versus secular divide will work only to the advantage of BJP "The polarisation that had to happen in Bihar has already happened It is between those for Nitish Kumar and those against Nitish Kumar as was the case in Lok Sabha polls for Narendra Modi" JD(U) general secretary KC Tyagi said Surjewala said "Development and social justice are beyond religion in our view We have no fear from Owaisi Our alliance is based on fundamentals of development" It was perhaps the first time that leaders of JD(U) and RJD addressed a joint press conference with Congress from the AICC podium to give the message of the unity within the grand alliance Earlier in the day Shah while announcing the seat-sharing pact urged the people of Bihar to help BJP in making the country "Congress-mukta Bharat" and attacked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for aligning with Congress and Lalu Prasad’s RJD saying while Congress symbolised corruption Prasad symbolised ‘jungle raj’ PTI Written by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: December 17 2015 3:51 am Overall though Delhi is still in very poor category as per national air quality index scale (Source: Express photo by Gajendra Yadav) Related News Delhi is witnessing relatively better air quality in the last few days compared to this time last year possibly due to weather factors scientists said The levels of particulate matter have for the first time seen a downward trend observed System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) “The levels of PM 25 started falling steadily from 210 micrograms per cubic metre (g/m3) on December 8 to 130 g/m3 on December 15 The average value of PM 10 has shown a fall from 351 to 210 g/m3 during the same period Scientists are working to understand the cause” said Dr Gufran Beig project director SAFAR He said over the next two days the capital would continue to witness an average value of around 130-140 g/m3 “This trend is persisting for a week now under adverse weather conditions when pollution is likely to go up Although overall Delhi is still in very poor category as per national AQI (air quality index) scale in some places like Lodhi Road it has fallen to moderate level which is remarkable for this kind of season” On Wednesday morning according to the AQI particulates remained the prominent pollutant in eight out of 10 stations At Anand Vihar which usually witnesses the highest particulates air quality remained in the “severe” category with the prominent pollutant PM 10 at an average of 455 According to the AQI the severe range of 401-500 “affects healthy people and seriously impacts those with existing diseases” In the poor range the air causes “breathing discomfort to most people on prolonged exposure” At Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)’s air quality lab scientists attributed this apparent drop in particulates entirely to weather conditions “The air quality of Delhi is mostly dependent on meteorological factors The emission in any urban area remains largely the same over such a short period At the most there may be a variation of 5 to 10 per cent” said Dr Dipankar Saha head of CPCB’s air quality lab High wind speeds and a relatively high boundary layer — a protective layer in the atmosphere which traps pollutants — could be the reasons for the apparent dip in particulates in most stations according to scientists “If this layer comes down pollutants are trapped over a thinner layer so their concentration is more Since this layer has not reduced thanks to the relatively warmer temperature the pollutants have been dispersed over a wider layer” explained a senior CPCB scientist Dr Saha said the higher boundary layer and high wind speeds over the last few days had influenced the air quality SAFAR scientists however felt the dip could be due to more reasons than just the weather conditions “Colder temperatures normally tend to increase PM levels if wind are calm In Delhi from December 10 the temperature is falling which (should) elevate the PM levels but interestingly a drop has been recorded” said Dr Beig But he added that a direct comparison with 2014 was not fair because a mild shower was observed on December 14-15 last year Dr Beig also said that gaseous pollutants like carbon monoxide which usually go up when the boundary levels come up have witnessed a spike For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: February 9 2016 12:52 pm “We respect the court’s decision but the fight for transparency in functioning of private schools will continue” Manish Sisodia said Related News The AAP government today said an appeal will be filed against the Delhi High Court’s stay of its order scrapping management quota in nursery admissions even as schools welcomed the court’s decision saying their “autonomy” has been upheld “Facilitating good education for students in Delhi is responsibility of the government We will appeal against the HC order” Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia who also holds the education portfolio said in a tweet “We respect the court’s decision but the fight for transparency in functioning of private schools will continue” he added Share This Article Related Article The Delhi High Court today stayed AAP government’s order scrapping management quota in nursery admissions in private unaided schools saying the decision was taken without the authority of law It also stayed the Delhi government’s January 6 order with regard to 11 other admission criteria including issues like proven track record of parents in music and sports during admission of their children that were also scrapped Schools welcomed the order saying the high court has upheld the autonomy of the educational institutions which has been guaranteed to them by the Constitution but was being attacked by the government “We have been reiterating the fact that our fight was not against the scrapping of management quota but against the attack on schools’ autonomy “The high court order will come as relief and put an end to anxiety among all stakeholders The admission process will now be rolled out smoothly” said Ashok Pandey principal of Alcohon International Schools and chairman of National Progressive Schools Conference (NPSC) S K Bhattacharya President of the Action Committee for Unaided Private Schools of which 400 reputed schools are members said “We welcome the high court’s order and it will come as a relief for the parents who have been lingering in anxiety as the entire process has been marred by chaos due to the government’s order” He said “Schools did not know what to do parents did not know whether the process will be delayed or not So all the confusion has ended thankfully” The government had last month scrapped management quota and all other reservations except the EWS category in private schools for nursery admissions and warned that erring institutions can be taken over by the Education Department The same Action Committee which had moved court in 2014 after Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung had notified the scrapping of quota then had also alleged that the government’s announcement amounted to “contempt of court” as the matter was sub-judice at that time For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 17 2013 2:36 am Related News Chandigarh golfer Angad Cheema was tied third with a score of four-under 67 after the end of the first round of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority Open being played at the Royal Colombo Golf Club on Tuesday The Chandigarh youngster was sharing the third spot with Bangalores M Dharma Indian professional Rashid Khan finished day one on top of the leader board The Delhi boywho won the PGTI event at the Classic Golf Resort in the outskirts of Delhi last weekseems to have carried his good form to Colombo Over 100 professional golfersall looking for a share of the prize purse of USD 70000 teed off along with six amateur golfers from Sri Lanka Rashid started the tournament with five birdies in a row from the 10th through the 14th He sank another birdie on 16th but bogeyed the 17th to be five-under at the turn Rashid dropped a shot on the fourth but birdied the sixth and seventh to finish his round with a score of six-under-65 The greens on this course are not easy to negotiate One needs to adjust to the green speed quickly in order to perform well here Im feeling good and lucky to have this kind of start My putting was good and having pocketed five birdies at the turn was a great advantage? For all the latest Chandigarh News, according to Jaisinghani.” The High Court said it also wanted the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to inform it whether work can be carried out in the area at night. UK, who represented their respective nations. "This is an exciting time between the US and India.

Again, Thakur didn’t just to stick to cricket as the topic of politicians and their presence at the Rio 2016 Olympics came up. With the victory,our viewers want to know ? it is not difficult to gauge that the newly-formed Ittehad Front of the Muslim political parties in Uttar Pradesh is garnering votes on the basis of religion.com/acNw9Bp0jw — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 30 July 2017 Kohli has tasted success as captain especially in the longest format and his troops are carrying the same form in Sri Lanka as well. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 18, Apple’s iPad Pro comes with support for Apple Pen. while the new Surface Pen’s price has not been confirmed. Chaudhary was appointed as the CVC on 6 June.

the government appointed him as the CVC as he was their "favoured candidate".

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