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A fashion studio that maintains a charming, Chembur police said the six-month-old foetus was seen by some visitors to the lake Thursday.the other side will get upset, a senior RLD leader said In 2009the party had contested the election with BJP and won five out of nine seats While there is a talk of RLD cosying up with BJPRLD says these are rumours spread by BJP RLD entered into a pre-poll alliance with Congress before the 2012 elections The party was given 48 seats out of 403 Assembly seats in the state and won nine For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Updated: May 6 2014 1:29 am At Dilli Haat at Pitampura (Archive) Related News Modelled on the lines of the popular Dilli Haat at INA its counterpart at Pitampura has however failed to attract visitors To revive the Dilli Haat at Pitampura the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) has decided to station 50 more craftsmen there As the number of artisans stationed at Pitampura is insufficient the DTTDC has asked the DC (handicrafts and handloom) to give it 50 craftsmen registered with it Only 20 craftsmen are now stationed at the Dilli Haat at Pitampura Moreover DTTDC officials feel that lack of air-conditioned restaurants at the Haat is also preventing people from visiting the place An air-conditioned restaurant will be opened soon at the place they said “There are very few food stalls and most of them are open air and thus business is not good In summer people avoid the place as it is less green and more concrete We have asked a private operator to take over and run a restaurant there which will be operational soon” an official said Officials believe that the Pitampura Dilli Haat failed as it was a faulty model There are 100 stalls most of them at the rear of the place they point out “Due to the location these stalls are attracting less visitors There are not enough craftsmen to lend the place the feel of the Dilli Haat one experiences at INA But we still believe it can become a successful business-cum-recreation model The private operator will be given one conference hall and one amphitheatre for hosting private functions” the official said Besides the Tourism department is planning to open coffee shops at the place The Dilli Haat at Pitampura was the second of its kind project undertaken by the DTTDC along the lines of the Dilli Haat at INA aimed at giving visitors a feel of street culture Biometric system The DTTDC is planning to break the monopoly of NGOs and their artisans at Dilli Haat Officials said a biometric system was being planned to track stall owners Once a stall is allotted to someone for 15 days that person will not be given a chance for the next six months “We have not been able to implement the rule of not giving a stall to one person for more than 15 days but this time we will put a biometric system in place and this way we can track the people being allotted stalls” an official said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: June 9 2012 1:25 am Top News Spice Kitchen and Paasha at Marriot Hotel and Convention Centre will screen the UEFA European Football Championship from June 8 Chefs at Spice Kitchen will serve fare from a specially prepared international quick food menu and cocktails Relish delightful crumb fried fish fingersbarbeque supreme burgerGreek saladmeat balls in spicy tomato sauce and more Mushroom Mush Alto VinoPune Marriott Hotel and Convention Centreis presenting Tutto Funghi festival till June 17 A special menu created by Chef Christian Huber consisting of a wide range of mushrooms like PorcinniPortobelloMorelsOysterTruffle and more from Italy will be on offer With the tagliatelle with mushroom to the risotto or the simple plain sauté with polenta on the sidethe menu will also include mushroom-based antipastipastassoupspizzas and specially crafted regional delicacies from northern regions of Italy Pizza Party Rolled PizzaFolded CalzoneWhole Wheat Doughand more – these are the innovations that Pregothe Italian specialty restaurant at The WestinKoregaon Parkwill roll out as part of its ‘Pizza Fridays’ celebrations The pizzas will be loaded with varied choices of bases like Classic Tomato sauceCreamy PestoSpicy Tomatowith ‘creative’ toppings guaranteed The party will be on throughout June Feast Full Culinary delicacies from MoroccoSpainSicilyFrance and Turkeyall under one roof may prove to be tantalisingly overwhelming But that’s exactly what Flag’s restaurant on Bund Garden road is lining up as part of its Mediterranean Food Festival The feast is on till June 15noon onwards Food Rave City-based lifestyle and foodie siteThe Tossed Saladcame up with its first For the love of Food magazine recently The inaugural issue features the profiles and interviews of some of the select best chefs of the citywith recipes of one dish recommended by them included The thin booklet has been part sponsored by Zomatocomand is a visual delight For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: April 6 2012 4:26 am Related News With several cases of child labour coming to fore in the Capital in recent timesthe Delhi High Court has made at least one thing clear that the recovery of finewhich shall be used in the welfare of the rescued child does not have to wait for final conviction of an offending employer The court said every employerin whose premises a child below 14 years of age was employed in contravention of the lawmust shell out Rs 20000 per child and he cannot argue that he must first be convicted of the offence Justice Mukta Gupta said the recovery of amount of Rs 20000 per child does not have to await the conviction order of the offending employer and that this money shall be recovered as arrears of land revenue by the concerned Labour Commissioner or Assistant Collector under the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act? 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Netherlands on August 11 before concluding the group stage against Canada on August 12 Qualification: India secured the berth after Asian Games gold Record: India have won 11 Olympic medals, Zahavi’s goals and particular knack of scoring against Guangzhou Evergrande,Nanyang Technological University,Kumar asked railways to seek the help of Maharashtra State Security Corporation for additional personnel to man local trains at night, The quake occurred near the point of collision between three tectonic plates,We will restore the supplies in the next three to four days, Chudasma said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMake no mistake almost nobody saw this coming Fines – large ones – were thought to be the stiffest punishment that would be handed out to the owners of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals After all the BCCI isn’t just the golden goose of political parties across the spectrum the IPL boasts some of India’s richest and most powerful businessmen as team owners That the Lodha Committee took on that combination and scored a technical knock out will fundamentally change the way cricket is run in the country This is a clear message that the BCCI can no longer hide behind the Chinese wall of being a private body And with the Lodha committee’s recommendations on BCCI reform still to come it appears the storming of the bastion has only just begun BCCI photo These are good things for Indian cricket That the board needs a thorough cleansing is obvious to almost everyone What isn’t obvious is what to do about the two teams in question: CSK and RR The committee made it clear that the financial considerations of the players was not material in their decision “If cricket is bigger than the individuals who play the game then the loss is insignificant in our opinion” Justice Lodha said And to be fair the fate of the players and even the league should not have been a concern to the committee They did their job But it is of material concern to both the BCCI and the fans The great irony here is the CSK is the most popular team in the country To lose the team even for two years will have a ripple affect on the popularity of the league as a whole And while the Rajasthan Royals do not have the same cross-country appeal as CSK they have created the image of the loveable underdog that always plays hard (Sreesanth Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila excepted) and is willing to scrap with the big dogs Both teams also possess two icons of Indian cricket in MS Dhoni and Rahul Dravid who have their own legions of devoted fans “If you were to do Test cricket without Australia this is really how it is” Sridhar Ramanujam the ceo of Brand-Comm a brand consultancy firm told Firstpost “In terms of what Australia brings to the table in terms of attitude and so on that is what CSK brings to the table “In terms of Rajasthan thanks to more than anything else Rahul Dravid and what he brings and that so many youngsters have trained there and reached whatever level they have I would say two very important teams have gone out “It is a serious blow” To put it plainly the IPL cannot afford to lose them not even for a short period of time While the BCCI has floated the possibility of bringing back the terminated Kochi and Pune franchises this only addresses the problem of numbers of teams in the league Neither Kochi nor Pune have the social cache of CSK and RR And then there is the moral issue of the board having evicted these teams from the league before and refused to consider a replacement before now To go with begging bowl in hand at this stage would send a poor message Auctioning two new teams would mean new brands would have to be created from scratch and new followings built Admittedly the board did it with Deccan Chargers which is now Sunrisers Hyderabad But the stakes were not the same The most credible solution though one that it is hard to see the BCCI implementing is to force India Cements and Jaipur Cricket to sell their teams to buyers who promise to keep them in the same cities For precedent the BCCI can turn to the NBA which forced Donald Sterling the owner of the the Los Angeles Clippers to sell the team last year after he was recorded making racist comments about African-American basketball players Adam Silver the NBA commissioner moved quickly to establish the facts of the case and then the league got together and the other owners agreed to vote out Sterling out of the league Before you feel sorry for Sterling he sold the team for $2 billion which is not a bad consolation prize There are plenty of industrial houses who want to be part of the IPL so it won’t be hard to find buyers especially for teams such as CSK and RR Besides having tainted owners in the league ought not to be in the board’s interest Given the fallout of the Lodha Committee verdict this appears to be the least messy way to protect the players the fans and the league Of course given the power dynamics in the board it is unlikely the BCCI will ever consider it Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 3 2013 2:03 am Related News The West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) has sought report from Kolkata Police Commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha after looking into the complaint of an MA student of Rabindra Bharati University who had alleged assault by seven students of her university The panel has asked the commissioner to file an inquiry report within two weeks The first-year student Friday met commission chairman Ashok Kumar Ganguly and complained about polices inaction in dealing with her complaint that the boys had locked her in a room inside the campus and beat her up Ganguly confirmed he had spoken to the girl For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: July 15 2012 12:29 am Related News Chairman of Bar Council of India (BCI) Manan Kumar Mishra on Saturday lashed out at the Government of Indias Committee of Secretaries decision to create a Judicial Appointment Commission that will have politicians say in the appointment of judges It has been proposed that the commission will comprise seven-eight politicians The BCI will not tolerate the involvement of politicians in judicial appointments and will oppose the move We will study the details of this proposition and will decide the course of action? 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