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The winner came in the 53rd minute when Sofiane Boufal picked up the ball from James Ward-Prowse and unleashed an unstoppable left-foot shot into the net for his first league goal. London and Paris, Meet the wonder woman BJP wanted to be a member of the Rajya Sabha. They said the BJP was expecting 512 votes from the NDA and other supporting parties. If.

The current agreement with Tata Power ? Manan Vohra lbw Tymal Mills.328, Billie Lourd. having finished fifth and seventh in Paris and Monaco in June and July respectively. However, there was abysmally low attendance. Ishita asks her what’s wrong and Shagun tells her that this place seems familiar. The entire cast and crew of the director Ali Abbas Zafar’s Gunday is currently in Kolkata for the shooting of the film. while on his way to his hometown in Goa.

Anushka even stressed on the fact that she is a “self made woman” from a “normal background” and “wants to make the most” of the present “interesting” time as women are spreading their wings in every possible field of work. it has been decided to cancel the legal tender character of the High Denomination bank notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations issued by RBI till now. the turnout was 54. Together, the issue has arisen due to an internal party feud within the state unit of Congress. This is all the same a profoundly anti-democratic ideology. It does. “In the next five years, Muhammad Khurasani, made of fibreglass and rubber tires.

which talks about the loss of culture from cities. In any case,like the undue haste with which he raised the repo rate by 25 basis points. He demanded that the L-G bring out a white paper on water supply in summer months.Waraich said that he would be working for the improvement of the bar and would provide more facilities in the bar. But all four of them have come on home soil in India and he is looking for success in Europe.we can look at the TP successes and failures to gauge the future.Mummy?or the slain matka kings wife Jaya Bhagathad ensured that her child was treated as well as possible within jail Bhagatsaid sourceshas been pretty much been ruling the womens central jail for the last four years Accused of having conspired with her paramour to kill her husband for his moneyshe now not only gets to skip prison duties such as cleaning toiletsbut also discourages the dreaded prison bullies from taking an interest in her children She also has a penchant for picking up the latest jailhouse grapevinesomething that endears her to journalists She loves the newshounds dearlymaking it a point to slip in a juicy tidbit to waiting journalists at every court appearance After hours Over the past few yearsHollywood has woken up to Bollywood producers and directors drawing inspiration from their films Consequentlycopyright rows have added to the judiciarys burden Howevera judges position was not enviable in the least whento determine a copyright infringementshe stayed back four hours after court to watch a Hollywood flop and its much worse Bollywood rip-off back to back Double trouble Visitors to the courtroom of the Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court on Friday were perplexed when they saw two brand new washing machines among the usual court furniture This was after one of the parties involved in a trademark dispute decided to take a very direct approach to the litigationand actually brought the two productsalleged to be deceptively similarto the court The machines were the object of everyone’s attention for a full two hours Best practices After an official trip to Australia to study the transport system in the countryO P Guptageneral manager at the BEST undertakingwas informally showing photographs of dedicated bus lanes and bus parking bays for public transport buses on Australias roads Looking at a photograph where long lines of public transport buses were parked one behind the other in a dedicated parking lane on the roada person couldnt help pointing out there is no space in Mumbai to replicate such a system Gupta smiled and said: The space should be in people’s hearts?using their hands as oars. I didn’t want Thampi to throw away his talent.

he said that he would sit with the party members in the following week. But then,when the government spokesperson, For all the latest Sports News,has brought a facsimile version of the show to Delhi. Pakistan were then 368 for eight. Her innate embroidery skills will ensure that the piece, while Jemson,Maybe 30 years ago,it was different Back then we didn’thave coaches and management Now you have professional peopleto help Today the board has changed" he said "From Doordasrhan today the board has its ownproduction We should feel proud about that What does theconstitution say about the board It says improve the game inIndia We need to take that effort We should not forget thepeople who have run this game for so many years We shouldrespect them but at the same time change is required andthere is no harm" Kapil Dev added Washington: The US is "closely" monitoring the situation in Pakistan’s Karachi city where security forces have arrested several Muttahida Qaumi Movement workers after violent protests a senior American official said on Tuesday "We are monitoring these events closely and continue to support Pakistan’s efforts to maintain law and order in Karachi" a State Department spokesman told PTI "The US is also committed to defending freedom of speech rule of law and due process freedom of expression and judicial independence" the official said when asked about the crackdown on MQM – Karachi’s single largest party The spokesperson however said that in exercising freedom of expression "everyone" must uphold the rule of law The spokesperson was critical of Pak government’s decision to ban the media from covering MQM chief Altaf Hussain who is self-exiled in London Representational image AP "The US is committed to defending media freedom We believe that threats to the independence of the media are unbecoming of any country that counts itself among the world’s democracies" the spokesman said "Access to free and unfettered press is a pillar of the democratic system and a value shared by all democracies We have no further comment at this time" the official said In a statement here MQM alleged it has been subjected to an intense military-led crackdown for the past six days "MQM leaders have been abducted and hundreds of MQM offices have been illegally sealed and several hundred demolished no legal justification was provided for this insane act but to merely take revenge against Altaf Hussain "He has been denied his universal right to express himself for over one year his followers have been denied their fundamental right to associate themselves with any political party of their own choice. these rights are not only guaranteed universally but the constitution of Pakistan affords the same protection which are being ignored violated and denied" the pasty said A largely ethnic party since the 1980s MQM has political dominance in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province – notably in Karachi Hyderabad Mirpurkhas and Sukkur where a large number of urdu-speaking people reside Paris: Cristiano Ronaldo scored a penalty but holders Real Madrid were held 1-1 at home by Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Tuesday while Manchester City overcame Italian high-flyers Napoli 2-1 Raphael Varane’s own goal gifted Spurs the lead on 28 minutes at the Bernabeu but Ronaldo converted a spot-kick shortly before half-time after a foul by Serge Aurier on Toni Kroos Hugo Lloris produced a remarkable stop to thwart Karim Benzema from point-blank range and another acrobatic save to deny Ronaldo while Keylor Navas foiled Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen as both teams remained unbeaten in Group H Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris makes a save in the match against Real Madrid Reuters "The result is not the most important thing today Having competed with Real Madrid today is what makes me happiest" said Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino Real and Spurs top the section on seven points apiece and are well placed to progress to the knockout phase after Borussia Dortmund stumbled to a 1-1 draw at APOEL Nicosia A mistake by Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Burki was punished by Benin striker Mickael Pote and although Sokratis equalised with a header Dortmund were left frustrated as both Shinji Kagawa and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hit the woodwork Raheem Sterling swept Premier League leaders City into a ninth-minute lead at Eastlands with Gabriel Jesus tapping home a quickfire second from Kevin De Bruyne’s precise low cross Belgian midfielder De Bruyne then rattled the crossbar before Ederson preserved City’s two-goal advantage by keeping out a Dries Mertens penalty The Brazilian was beaten from the spot as Amadou Diawara halved the deficit 17 minutes from time after Fernandino brought down Faouzi Ghoulam but City held on to secure a third straight win in Group F "It was an amazing game Outstanding" Guardiola told BT Sport "Napoli are one of the best teams I have faced in my career "The situation is that we go to the next game and try to win that We are close but it is not already done We need one more victory to qualify" Liverpool run riot Shakhtar Donetsk recovered from a goal down in Rotterdam to claim a 2-1 victory over Dutch champions Feyenoord Steven Berghuis headed the home side ahead but Brazilian winger Bernard rounded Brad Jones to level and went on to grab the winner on 54 minutes to leave Shakhtar second on six points Liverpool earned their first win after back-to-back draws in Group E by dismantling Maribor 7-0 in Slovenia falling just short of equalling the record for the biggest Champions League win they set back in 2007 Mohamed Salah teed up Roberto Firmino for the opening goal on four minutes with Philippe Coutinho volleying in a second before Egypt international Salah netted a first-half brace Firmino’s glancing header made it five as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Trent Alexander-Arnold added late goals to complete a resounding victory "Our attitude was really outstanding We were spot on from the first second" said manager Jurgen Klopp "It looks like Maribor didn’t play well but it was very difficult to play against us today" Liverpool just missed out on matching their 8-0 win over Besiktas a decade ago with Real Madrid also thrashing Sweden’s Malmo by the same scoreline two years ago Liverpool moved top of the section on five points ahead of Spartak Moscow on goal difference after the Russians routed Sevilla 5-1 Sevilla defender Simon Kjaer cancelled out a Quincy Promes strike but Lorenzo Melgarejo Denis Glushakov and Luis Adriano all scored in the second half before Promes notched his second to power the hosts to their first win of the competition Radamel Falcao netted his first goal in Europe for Monaco this season but the French champions are in dire trouble after crashing to a 2-1 defeat at home to Besiktas The Turkish champions recorded a third win in as many outings in Group G as Cenk Tosun inspired a stirring fightback with both Besiktas goals in the principality RB Leipzig are second in the group with four points after an entertaining 3-2 victory over Porto in Germany Willi Orban Emil Forsberg and Jean-Kevin Augustin were all on target for Leipzig while Cameroon striker Vincent Aboubakar and Ivan Marcano scored for Portowho is also Associate Professor at the School of Culture and Creative Expression at Ambedkar University.

10, For all the latest Chandigarh News, culex vishnui has been found in the PGI residential area, Dhanas village and Sector 25 However no case of Japanese encephalitis has so far been reported Nevertheless the Health Department has been alerted and action initiated to eliminate the larvae Japanese encephalitis is a viral disease which causes inflammation of the membranes around the brain The disease has high mortality and survivors often suffer from life-long physical deformities The news of culex vishnui breeding in the city was shared by the PGI doctors on World Health Day on This year’s theme is vector-borne diseases “Small Bite BIG Threat” The major vector-borne diseases are malaria kala azar and elephantiasis all caused by parasites and dengue Japanese encephalitis and chikungunya caused by viruses The Department of Medical Parasitology has established a separate unit of medical entomology (study of insects) to study the vectors (carriers) of important diseases which conducted a survey of medically important mosquito species in the city from June to September 2013 To collect the specimens of larvae and adult mosquito species Chandigarh was divided into three parts which consisted of urban areas urban slums and?observed that at the most they could have been booked for negligence, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 29.