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" he tweeted. starting next week.Written by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Updated: May 26 2017 4:27 am Top News Seven persons were injured as a mob attacked two brothers over an old dispute in Mathak village of Halvad taluka in Morbi district on Tuesday.Halvad police said that the incident took place around 10:30 am on Tuesday when a mob of around 40 persons went to the farmhouse of one Pruthvisinh Zala and attacked him and his brother Jayrajsinh with wooden clubs and knives The two brothers were injured in the attack However they retaliated and left five members from the other group injured Later in the day Pruthvisinh a farmer and a resident of Mathak village filed a complaint at Halvad police station naming Maya Ashok Koli Pintu Ashok Koli and eight others He also named a mob of around 20 to 30 other persons as accused Based on this complaint Halvad police booked Ashok Koli and others for attempt to murder and rioting However Mayur Boraniya also a resident of Mathak and a farmer filed a cross-complaint naming Jayrajsinh and Pruthvisinh and his brother Based on the complaint police booked the duo for attempt to murder and voluntarily causing hurt “The two brothers sustained fractures in the attack and are undergoing treatment in Morbi On the other hand five persons from the rival group were also injured One of them is serious and has been referred to Rajkot for further treatment The remaining are receiving treatment in Morbi” Mahipatsinh Zala in-charge police inspector Halvad said For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBengaluru: The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Friday inducted indigenously-built Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas that boosts its weakening operational capability 33 years after the project to develop the multi-role stealth fighter was cleared The single-engine supersonic delta-wing aircraft is capable of carrying four tonnes of weapons and firing air-to-air missiles and precision-guided munitions like laser-guided bombs — to attack enemy fighters and hit ground targets at a speed of more than 1300 km per hour The aircraft developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) is fitted with Israeli multi-mode radar the Elta 2032 which is suitable for air-to-air and air-to-surface modes It is capable of lowering its radar signature that makes it harder to be detected early The aircraft is also equipped with a helmet-mounted display and has a distinctive ‘glass cockpit’ in which information is displayed real-time to the pilot In more ways than one the fourth generation-plus advanced fly-by-wire Tejas is comparable to the French-built Mirage 2000 and is expected to replace the IAF’s MIG squadrons being decommissioned from service It is also considered far more advanced than the JF-17 fighter jointly built by China and Pakistan Representational image PTI The induction of the fighter gives a major boost to the IAF’s fighting capability The IAF’s fighter aircraft fleet of approximately 600 Russian British and French jets is currently at only 33 squadrons against its requirement of 45 in a case of a two-front war with Pakistan and China The IAF has a sanctioned strength of 42 squadrons The IAF was earlier reluctant to have the Tejas in its fleet because the force had argued previously that after three decades of gestation period it would become obsolete by the time the aircraft entered the squadron service Officials said it was only after Prime Minister Narendra Modi intervened and promised a more powerful fighter to be developed indigenously in the near future that the IAF agreed to induct the first version of Tejas And on Friday when the jet finally made it into the IAF’s 45 Squadron the "Flying Daggers" air force officers cracked open coconuts as offerings to Hindu deities as priests held multi-faith ceremonies to mark the induction process with two planes Fire tenders in a military ritual sprayed water on the two jets as they rolled across the tarmac before the aircraft took off and manoeuvred within visual ranges under a cloudy Bengaluru sky and windy conditions Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi expressed “unparalleled pride and happiness” over the induction Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar apparently keen on indigenisation of defence industry said in a Twitter post that it was a “moment of national pride” “Tejas will take our air strength to new heights” wrote the Defence Minister To its credit Tejas has had no accident in 3000 sorties lasting over 2000 hours of flying so far IAF test pilot and commanding officer of ‘Flying Daggers 45′ Group Captain Madhav Rangachari flew one of the multi-role aircraft for about 10 minutes from the Aircraft System Testing Establishment of the air force “I felt like being on top of the world when flying the Tejas fighter It’s an honour and a privilege to pilot the inaugural flight of the LCA soon after its induction" Rangachari told reporters The project to develop the indigenous fighter was first sanctioned in August 1983 and has cost so far Rs 55000 crore NIZHNYAYA KRYNKA Ukraine (Reuters) – Pro-Moscow rebels said they would start to withdraw heavy weapons from the front line in eastern Ukraine on Sunday but the government in Kiev said armoured columns had crossed the border from Russia to reinforce the separatists The Ukrainian military said the rebels were pressing on with attacks on government forces near Mariupol a port in government hands that is seen as the rebels’ next major target Spokesman Andriy Lysenko said a military train carrying 60 armoured vehicles including tanks had arrived in the town of Amvrosiivka from Russia on Saturday A convoy of military equipment had later crossed the border near Novoazovsk east of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov He said fighting was in progress at the village of Shyrokyne east of Mariupol "The fight continues Our soldiers are holding their positions" Lysenko said adding that there had been a total of 44 attacks by separatists across the conflict zone in the past 24 hours In the city of Kharkiv three people were killed and 10 wounded on Sunday when an explosive device was thrown from a car into a crowd attending a peace rally a Ukrainian regional prosecutor said The blast which police called a terrorist act occurred near a metro station as a crowd of participants in the rally passed by A pro-Russian rebel commander said the separatists were due to begin pulling back heavy weapons from the frontline in eastern Ukraine on Sunday a sign that the rebels may be prepared to halt their advance as part of an internationally brokered peace deal Fighting has eased in many areas since a ceasefire came into effect a week ago but the truce was shaken by the rebel capture on Wednesday of the town of Debaltseve forcing thousands of Ukrainian troops to retreat HEAVY WEAPONS But moves towards pulling back heavy weapons together with the exchange of dozens of prisoners with Ukrainian government forces on Saturday could indicate the rebels intend to observe the truce more fully having achieved a military objective by seizing Debaltseve "The plan was signed last night . Starting from today there are two weeks to withdraw heavy weapons" Interfax news agency quoted rebel commander Eduard Basurin as saying Another Russian news agency TASS quoted him as saying the pull-back was still being organised and that the actual withdrawal of weapons would take place from Tuesday For the Ukrainian side Lysenko said there was no confirmation yet as to whether the rebels had started pulling back their weapons A Reuters witness saw a 20-vehicle convoy of separatist military trucks with anti-aircraft missile systems and howitzers leaving Debaltseve in the direction of Donetsk An attack on Mariupol a city of half a million people and potentially a gateway to Crimea which Russia annexed last March would almost certainly kill off the ceasefire On Saturday government forces and rebels exchanged nearly 200 prisoners one of the first moves to implement the peace deal reached on Feb 12 in the Belarussian capital Minsk after the French German Russian and Ukrainian leaders met in an attempt to end the 10-month-old conflict Both sides continue to accuse each other of violating the ceasefire The Ukrainian military said rebels had launched 12 attacks on government troop positions overnight using artillery and mortar fire The town of Pesky near Donetsk had seen the most intense fighting while separatist groups had attempted to storm Ukrainian positions in Shyrokyne east of the port city of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov the military said on Facebook Kiev accuses the separatists of building up forces and weapons in Ukraine’s southeast and has said it is braced for the possibility of a rebel attack on Mariupol The rebel press service DAN said Ukrainian troops had been shelling parts of Donetsk reporting that artillery fire could be heard in the city in the early morning (Additional reporting by Natalia Zinets and Alessandra Prentice in Kiev Alexander Winning in Moscow; Writing by Giles Elgood) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Los Angeles – Recording stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will contest the $74 million jury verdict that found they plagiarized Motown soul great Marvin Gaye in creating their hit single "Blurred Lines" the duo’s lawyer said on Wednesday A day after the judgement attorney Howard King said Thicke and Williams remained adamant that "Blurred Lines" was an original song created solely by them adding that jurors were apparently convinced otherwise by expert testimony which should have been inadmissible The US District Court jury in Los Angeles sided with Gaye’s heirs on Tuesday in finding that parts of his 1977 hit "Got to Give it Up" were lifted by Thicke and Williams for their 2013 R&B chart-topper The jury awarded Gaye’s children $4 million in actual damages plus $34 million in profits that Thicke 38 and Williams 41 were found to have derived from their copyright infringement Robin Thicke at a concert AFP The case which explored the sometimes fuzzy boundary between artistic inspiration and theft marked one of the highest-profile musical plagiarism lawsuits since George Harrison’s rock ballad "My Sweet Lord" was found to have been copied from the Chiffons’ hit "He’s So Fine" Despite magazine interviews in which Thicke had admitted to drawing from the feel of "Got to Give it Up" when composing "Blurred Lines" he and Williams have insisted they never copied from Gaye’s song itself "Based upon their own feelings that they created ‘Blurred Lines’ from their own hearts and souls and no one else and based on feedback from other prominent songwriters (Thicke and Williams) feel they owe it to the creative world to make sure this verdict does not stand" King said King said he would seek a retrial if the judge denies a motion requesting the verdict be set aside Otherwise King said Thicke and Williams would appeal the judgement King cited as grounds for contesting the verdict expert testimony given by a musicologist that he said compared "Blurred Lines" with "Got to Give it Up" based on elements of Gaye’s song that were absent from the original sheet music At the time of its copyright only the written music could be registered as protected not sound recordings "Clearly the jury relied on what that expert said in reaching their conclusion" King said The Gayes’ lawyer Richard Busch could not immediately be reached for comment On Tuesday he said they would seek a court injunction against further distribution of "Blurred Lines" based on the verdict Reuterscom/JMSs914fAd — Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) December 1,Bigg Boss 10 December 1 Review: Priyanka Jagga Succeeds In Her Divide And Rule Strategy Bigg Boss announces that the luxury budget task is over and that he is disappointed with Priyanka’s performance and she will not participate in the captaincy task. the acting Governor for Bihar told reporters on the sidelines of a program here. whose people have been demonised en masse for political capital. is also amazed with the fact that how young groups nowdays are concentrating more on their smartphones than talking in person. is in itself a speeded wonder.

That?Written by Associated Press | Pallekele | Published: March 10 Dikshit said.who shall exclusively be in-charge of maintaining records and submission of FSL reports in the court, said ASJ Kumar The court also noted that Delhi Home Secretarywho was asked on May 24 to begin establishing additional FSLs and consider expansion of the existing laboratory to cope with the increased work loadfailed to submit any opinion in the court ASJ Kumar took up the matter on July 5 Expressing displeasureASJ Kumar directed station house officer of Uttam Nagar to personally serve a copy of his previous order to the Home Secretary for adequate compliance Called upon to explain the delayDirector of Rohini FSL said there were more than 4000 viscera pending examination and that the fundamental handicap was the shortage of experts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 13 2017 5:22 pm Marmaris in southwest Turkey Top News A bus carrying tourists in Turkey crashed on Saturday killing at least 20 people and injuring 11 The accident took place near the southwestern sea resort holiday town of Marmaris according to the local governor The bus had travelled from Izmir in west Turkey he said The road was hilly and the bus plunged off its path smashed through the crash barrier into a precipice “Sadly we have had 20 fatalities and 11 other seriously injured” said Amir Cicek the governor of Mugla province Footage from local television showed the yellow bus turned on its side with ambulances around it and bodies of people lying nearby With inputs from agencies For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 23 2011 2:56 am Related News The state government has directed all the state universities to take action against colleges that delay the process of examination paper evaluation The government resolution to this effect was issued by the state on October 16saying stern action will be taken by the universities against colleges which assign additional responsibilities to teachers while they are assigned paper evaluation work All universities have been instructed to declare results within 30-45 days from the day of the examination A meeting was held on August 16 this year by the state Governor on the matter S M Ahireexamination controllerUniversity of Pune (UOP)denied any serious cases of delays in the declaration of results “Almost 90 per cent of our results are declared on time Results get delayed when there are sudden last minute changes in timetable At times teachers are given additional responsibilties due to which they are not able to complete paper evaluation” Citing an example he said”From this year onwards it was decided that there will be no examination in October for first year students of BABSc and BCom Accordingly the timetable was prepared in July for second and third year exams However after protests from various sectorswe decided to go back to the old pattern So changes in the slots and seating arrangements made the entire schedule go haywire” As per the ActUoP has a lapses committee in place that looks into cases of delay due to teachers not turning up for paper correction etc From this year onwards papers of the first year students are being evaluated at the colleges itselfwhile the second and third year papers will be evaluated at the university level “While provisions are there in the act for punishmenta teacher or paper evaluator being punished is quite unheard of as most of them get away by justifying their absence on medical grounds etc” said a senior official With the view of speeding up the process of declaration of resultsUoP has already delegated the responsibility of paper correction of first year students to respective colleges Nand Kumar NikampresidentPune University Principals Forum said”The system was started in March-April this year All colleges were asked to evaluate the first year annual exam papers and issue marksheets by themselves So far it has been going good as it takes off a lot of pressure from the examiners” With the term end exams coming to an end on Fridaycolleges in the city closed for winter break on Saturday Classes will resume on November 18 For the term end examwhich is compulsory for all students of BABScBComBBA and BCA for all three years5550 students appeared from Fergusson Collegeabout 700 from SP College The term end exams are conducted by colleges For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 9 2011 11:53 pm Related News Why dont people react when women are harassed: Police chief Crime against women are a cause for concern and incidents like the broad daylight murder of a student outside her college in the city are sad and shameful,the court ruled that since the petitioner has not divorced his first wife and has not dealt with his three children in a fair and just manner, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohd Arshi Rafique | Lucknow | Published: May 11,the poll symbols are allotted two days before filing of nomination begins.” said French President Francois Hollande, The BMC was asked to construct 10 bridges across the river scrapping existing ones. 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By: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: April 11 There were reports that the 16-year-old model is? A sparse turnout at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium was supporting the underdogs and the fans sensed a wicket. from June 1. Phurba Sherpa fell to his death on 19 May while fixing a route about 150 metres near the summit, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now decided to construct a box tunnel running through the Film City area.The move will increase the cost of the Rs 2500-crore project by another Rs 700 crore The BMC made the changes in the design after the Film City administration opposed the original plan on the ground that a busy road through the green belt would interfere with their plans for film sets Municipal officials said the revised proposal includes a 16-km box tunnel underground A slab will be placed above the tunnel so that the land over it can be utilised “Constructing a road through the Film City was dividing their land into two parts and the land was losing its value We have now decided to construct a box tunnel which will be six metres below ground level running 150 feet wide This tunnel will connect to the 47-km tunnel running under the Sanjay Gandhi National Park” said a senior civic official The official added that the proposal had been submitted to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s war-room and had received a preliminary nod The proposed alignment of the 16-km east-west corridor will begin at Oberoi Mall and end at the Eastern Express Highway near Nahur railway station The project includes a 47-km six-lane tunnel beginning at Film City in Goregaon and ending at Khindipada in Bhandup During earlier discussions held in May Film City officials had demanded that the entire stretch be constructed underground Even as the cost of the project continues to escalate the BMC is yet to receive approvals from the Ministry of Environment and Forests Owing to the delay work will not begin until late next year While the BMC will send its response later this week the impact assessment study will be conducted by the civic body’s consultant after the MoEF gives the terms of reference “The assessment report will take around six months and after it is submitted we will apply for clearance for the entire project The final approval to the project will be given depending on the findings of the report” said the official [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: Trinamool Congress General Secretary Mukul Roy on Monday said he would quit politics if the party’s link with Saradha ponzi scheme scam is proved TMC leader Mukul Roy PTI "We (TMC) are neither thieves nor frauds If our party’s involvement is proved under any circumstances I will quit politics" Roy told PTI "Is Saradha Mamata Banerjee’s crime No If Mamata Banerjee had not tried to curb Sudipta Sen then would he have been arrested" he asked Roy alleged that since Independence CBI has always been used for political gains by the Centre "Here too CBI has been used to tarnish TMC’s image To protest against the canards being spread against us our party workers will hit the streets from September 19 to September 22 in every village block and town" He said that since CBI is investigating the matter it will have to ensure return of money to the depositors "You (CBI) will have to tell us as to how you will return the money" Roy said PTI Asked the question ‘If Lok Sabha elections are held tomorrow which party will you vote for? Day after day, People thought justice would be served to them by the Prime Minister but he instead extended his good wishes for the new name, The Sena claimed that the Marathi-speaking people of the region hoped for justice from Prime Minister Narendra Modi after waging a 60-year-long struggle on the issue.

” Lightfoot wrote in the statement. According to the JJ Marg police, From “Yeh dosti hum nahin todenge” to “Imli ka boota”, with uploading of derogatory pictures of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar.he filed an FIR with the Kalka police station. The farmer has stood by the country in its hour of food crisis.