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emphasis is being given to promote girl trainees at this centre, she added Wrestling camp The Junior National girls Wrestling camp for the upcoming Junior Asian Wrestling Championship to be held in Kazakhstan from May 31 to June 3 is in progress at SAI Sub-CentreLucknow The duration of the camp is from April 23 to May 30 Talking to The Indian Expresschief coach Ajit Mann informed that the total strength of the camp is 40 players out of whom 30 have arrived Some of the campers like Pooja Dhanda and Sakshi Malik are attending the senior national camp Both of them are international medallists Besides these twosome other campers like MamtaRituRitu Malik and Lalita have also won medals at the international level? said Regional Director Rachana Govil.s elevation, The Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Gujarat Fortunegiants vs U Mumba will be played on Friday, which manufactures and repairs parts of ships, In a scrappy match, their relationship turned sour and Joshi refused to marry the complainant in February 2016, For all the latest Sports News, ? ?? ? ? ? ?? 2016 2:38 am The court was informed that judicial officers apprehending attacks by mobs were forced to remove their name plates from their houses.

there would have been an in-house dialogue. Kanhaiya,"it’s not right and has been done deliberately to reduce the majority of the house". It certainly affected her match fitness as she looked cagey on the mat against Mattsson and even after getting out of her hold once,you are very down-to-earth? Not surprisinglyFrank is as down-to-earth as they comeand Elise sweeps him off his feet and into her hotel room He followsno questions askedeven when she kisses him on the balcony and then locks him out of her room in the suite She also doesnt hide the fact that she is in Venice for the love of her life The police check Franks story outbut another mob boss (the kind who strangles a minion in the middle of a suit fittingwith a measuring tape) starts chasing Frank The Tourist stumbles through this plot and banks on Jolie in a string of expensive get-ups and knick-knacks which she wears handsomely welland through elaborate hairdos and make-up which she doesnt Depp tries hard to look interested When such a fate befalls Jolieyou can have little hope for The Tourist For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Leher Kala | Published: October 6 2014 10:52 am The Supreme Court had in July 2013 struck down Section 8(4) of the Representation of the People Act 1951 which protected convicted MPs and MLAs from disqualification if they appeal before a higher court within three months Related News After Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was convicted for amassing disproportionate wealth during her first term in office 16 people committed suicide One supporter jumped in front of a bus A few hung themselves and some consumed poison They never knew her personally This appears to be a trend peculiar to south India — somehow it seems unlikely any Delhiites would kill themselves if Sheila Dikshit went to jail When MGR a previous Tamil Nadu Chief Minister died after serving three consecutive terms 30 people committed suicide several thousands had their heads tonsured and over a million followed his remains around till the funeral At least there was death to explain the manic grief of supporters in MGR’s case But Jayalalithaa has merely gone to prison And since politicians in India routinely make staggering comebacks it’s a little early to write her off Whatever one’s political opinions Jayalalithaa’s cult status is weirdly fascinating never more evident than at the swearing in of the next Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Mr Panneerselvam 63 overcome by emotion shed copious tears for his supreme leader while taking the oath Social welfare minister B Valarmathi broke down soon after One by one the entire cabinet of 30-something ministers were weeping Even more baffling they didn’t seem to be in the least bit embarrassed at this bizarre display of sentiment (His swearing-in ceremony has over two lakh hits on different clips on YouTube) Can it possibly be that Mr Panneerselvam is absolutely devastated at becoming Chief Minister I can only make sense of it by drawing a parallel with my own life In the unlikely event the editor of this paper was suddenly hauled away and miraculously I should find myself in charge — I would be weeping too — with joy My delirious happiness in such a situation (alas one can always dream) would make it quite impossible for me to pretend otherwise Even if I somehow managed to put up a convincing show of being distraught at my boss’s bad luck I would be called out as a pathetic hypocrite by my merciless colleagues Mr Panneerselvam however didn’t need to worry that his Cabinet might regard his unabashed sorrow with skepticism since they were all so busy weeping themselves The visuals of the teary Tamil Nadu cabinet were strangely reminiscent of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il’s painstakingly choreographed funeral: where mourners lined the streets wailing and doubling over in apparent pain People who did not cry were sentenced to six months of hard labour We Indians are not known for such ostentatious exhibits of distress Anger maybe The pictures coming out of Tamil Nadu of people beating and thumping their chests in grief could be seen as hilarious if they didn’t also involve so much senseless tragedy Suicide contagion is real especially where celebrities are involved Extensive or sympathetic news coverage fuels it Political parties are skilled at manipulating the feelings of the vulnerable as the recent Muzaffarnagar riots have shown Maybe once the new Chief Minister has finished sobbing and drying his tears he can issue a stern message to citizens to get on with their lives Or even appreciate the all too rare but very pleasant reminder that the laws of the land are the same for everyone even the formidable Jayalalithaa For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed concern over "vanishing" of wetlands in the country and asked the Centre to explain about the "huge amount" of money spent on various works related to preservation of the water bodies A wetland is a land area that has water either permanently or seasonally and it takes on the characteristics of a distinct ecosystem The apex court observed that a number of wetlands and lakes have disappeared and according to the reports it was one of the reasons for the floods in Chennai in 2015 "So many of these wetlands have vanished In 2015 there were floods in Chennai The reports said that there was flooding as wetlands have vanished In areas like Bhopal and Bengaluru lakes have disappeared" a bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said Representational image AFP The government told the apex court that it has prepared a fresh affidavit giving details about identification and inventorying over two lakh wetlands in the country However advocate Gopal Sankaranarayanan appearing for petitioner MK Balakrishnan said that the Centre has not yet complied with the earlier order passed by the apex court and it has not explained where the money has been spent "There are two-three things Huge amounts have been spent on it We do not know where the money has been spent" the bench told the counsel representing the Centre and asked as to "what steps have you taken on it" The top court had earlier expressed its concern over a huge expenditure of Rs 94595 crore on various works related to wetlands and had said that the activities shown were extremely general in nature During the Thursday’s hearing the government counsel assured the bench that the Centre would take all steps to ensure that directions given by it were complied with The bench referred to a recent report and asked the Centre whether it was planning to denotify wetlands The government said there were reports that the West Bengal government was planning to denotify a wetland in East Kolkata but it could not be done The bench asked the petitioner’s counsel to go through the Centre’s affidavit and posted the matter for further hearing after four weeks The apex court had earlier expressed its dissatisfaction over the progress made by the government in the matter and also for not complying with its order on identification and inventorying wetlands and notifying the new rules It had in February directed the Centre to notify the Wetlands (Conservation and Management) Rules 2016 on or before 30 June this year The Centre had in April informed the court that it has constituted a Central Wetland Regulatory Authority (CWRA) but the ministries of Tourism and Social Justice and Empowerment had not nominated an officer not below the rank of a joint secretary to the authority The top court had directed the two ministries to make the nomination at the earliest so that the CWRA could carry on with its mandate under the law It had also directed various high courts to monitor the management of 26 sites identified in the Ramsar Convention of 1971 on wetlands till there was some visible improvement as these were international heritage A Ramsar site is a wetland of international importance under the convention Central agencies have identified over two lakh wetlands in the country through satellite imagery made by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) which had in 2011 prepared a national wetlands atlas and 201503 wetlands were mapped The apex court had asked the Centre to inventorise all 201503 wetlands to protect them and notify in consultation with the state governments The Supreme Court which has been examining the matter since 2001 had emphasised the importance of conservation of wetlands saying these were of "immense ecological importance" and there was no justification for the Centre not taking any prompt action Written by Shikha Kumar | Updated: June 12 2015 1:30 pm Radhika Vaz and Anu Menon Related News As the lights dim Radhika Vaz dressed in a denim romper and white sneakers walks on to the stage doing a jig to Moves like Jagger “This dance is free with the act” she says as the auditorium bursts into laughter The 200-seater Godrej Dance Theatre at NCPA Mumbai is packed to capacity with women making up most of the audience Vaz along with Anu Menon of Lola Kutty fame and comedienne Sonali Thakker is presenting Funny Women a stand-up comedy night organised as part of the NCPA’s annual Cheer festival “When people hear of women stand-up comics performing they think ‘Oh a bunch of women bashing men and talking about vaginas’ That’s not all we do” continues Vaz The 90-minute event sees the women address ageing motherhood being ‘career women’ and the societal pressures to have babies all cloaked in humour While internationally popular actors Tina Fey Amy Poehler and more recently Amy Schumer have thrust gender stereotyping into mainstream conversation the surge of stand-up comedy in India has given us our own version of feminist humour one that also takes a dig at women Vaz brings up the subject of age “Only women under 30 proudly proclaim their age Others say ‘How old do you think I am’” remarks Vaz Share This Article Related Article Later during the interview she says she’s not poking fun at women so much as highlighting the systems that have shaped their views “Women lie about their age because they have been conditioned to believe that youth equals beauty” says the 42-year-old As her set progresses Vaz doles out anecdotes from her visits to the gynaecologist before speaking on society’s attitude towards women who choose to not have children “When a woman wants to have a baby no one asks why But when she does not the whole world is entitled to an explanation I don’t like children I can’t give unconditional love If I do something for you I want to be repaid… like now” she states matter-of-factly even as a male member from the audience whistles When Vaz introduces Menon the latter recounts her own experiences Delving into Indian mothers’ tendency to mollycoddle their sons Menon takes a jibe at her mother-in-law “She would always call my husband at the wrong time The one time she didn’t nine months later my son was born” Sonali Thakker a CA-aspirant-turned-stand-up-comic says of her Marathi boyfriend “who snores like a tiger” “He’s so loyal Even in his sleep he supports the Shiv Sena” quips the 25-year-old Not unlike other professions the gender ratio in comedy has also been skewed towards men across the world Vaz who started out in New York believes the reason is that women everywhere have been trained to ‘not create a scene in public’ “And that’s precisely what you do in a stand-up act You talk about taboo subjects” While the country is seeing a rise in the number of female comics Vaz feels that identifying young comedian will help bring more of them in the fray “Also if more women don’t come for these shows we won’t move forward” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Just having a productive workforce is not enough, says Tewari. a two-term corporator was believed to be among the front-runners. two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and one notable Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists in the state, which is believed to have led to him overdosing aboard his private jet.

The staff quarters are also undergoing repairs. He reached the major leagues late in the 1946 season and homered in his first at-bat. May’s position on letting more Indian students and skilled Indian professionals remain stubbornly steadfast. ___ STERLING SET FOR CITY DEBUT Raheem Sterling can make his debut for Manchester City on Monday at West Bromwich Albion. France,video Manveer Gurjar’s Instagram page shared two videos of him and Nitibha where they are spending some fun time in a pub. but an almost gentle lap around the corner. the world media, the People’s Welfare Front (PWF), For all the latest Opinion News.

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