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The Congress said three MLAs —?” tweeted Kejriwal. download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Members of the YSR Congress on Friday continued their protest to demand special category status for Andhra Pradesh for the fifth day in Lok Sabha, and an interim government, America’s future First Lady Melania Trump is now poised to be the first foreign-born first lady in two centuries. much more than any of her predecessors since probably Jackie Kennedy. Rajiv obliged them, "Corporates get loan waiver of 1, Politically yes, the advocates moved an application seeking withdrawal from the case.

The share of national income held by the top 1 per cent of American families has doubled in recent decades to 20 per cent. Meanwhile,DNA quotesthe Prevention of Insults To National Honour Act 1971 (Amended by the Prevention of Insults to National Honour (Amendment) Act 2003) that states: "Whoever in any public place or in any other place within public view burns mutilates defaces defiles disfigures destroys tramples upon or otherwise shows disrespect to or brings into contempt (whether by words either spoken or written or by acts) the Indian National Flag. shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine or with both" It’s safe to say neither of those two things are going to happen But could a backlash be on the cards It can’t be ruled out New Delhi: A 58-year-old man was arrested for his alleged involvement in a burglary at the Aam Aadmi Party office at Rouse Avenue in central Delhi police said on Sunday The incident happened on Friday when a vagabond identified as Mohammad Qazim stole canopies from the office they said A case was registered on Saturday the police said adding that the accused was identified on the basis of a CCTV footage shared by a complainant with the police An officer privy to the probe said that the face of the accused was not visible in the footage However on the basis of the physical appearance of the accused five to six people were rounded up and Qazim was nabbed from Kamla Market he said Twenty-two-year-old Surtan a scrap dealer was also arrested for buying the canopies sold to him by Qazim #BREAKING — Theft in Aam Aadmi Party’s office in New Delhi on November 3 | @rupashreenanda with more details pictwittercom/Tu5m7y3NEx — News18 (@CNNnews18) November 5 2017 Earlier on 12 October Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s blue WagonR car was stolen from outside the Secretariat and was found abandoned in Ghaziabad two days later On 13 October Kejriwal had written to the Lieutenant Governor saying the theft of his car pointed towards the rapidly "deteriorating" law and order situation in the national capital The WagonR car was registered in the name of AAP and was being used by the party’s media coordinator Vandana It was earlier used by Kejriwal Even after Kejriwal became the chief minister in December 2013 he refused to use an official car and preferred his old WagonR In December last year deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia’s office in Vinod Nagar area of his Patparganj constituency in east Delhi wasburgled with the thieves decamping two computers a letter pad hard disk documents and the digital video recorder of a CCTV camera among others The burglars had entered the premises by breaking the lock of the office With inputs from PTI Chennai:A petition has been filed in the Madras High Court for quashing the decision of the Tamil Nadu government to convert the Poes Garden residence of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa into a memorial Representational image Reuters According to the petitioner one Thangavelu from Tiruchirappalli since Jayalalithaa was found guilty and convicted in the disproportionate assets case converting her residence into a memorial will set a bad precedent He prayed for staying the conversion of the residence into a memorial besides quashing Chief Minister E Palaniswamy’s announcement in this regard Jayalalithaa was convicted in 2014 in the disproportionate assets case by a special court in Bengaluru along with aide VK Sasikala and two others and sentenced to four years of imprisonment On appeal the Karnataka High Court had acquitted her When the matter came before the Supreme Court proceedings against her were abated due to her death in December last year while her co-accused were convicted By: PTI | London | Published: May 29 2017 7:00 pm Researchers from Marche Polytechnic University in Italy have found that lack of sleep can cause neurological disorders (Source: Thinkstock images) Related News Burning the midnight oil can lead your brain to ‘eat’ up its connections worn-out cells and debris say scientists who found that lack of sleep may increase risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological disorders Researchers from Marche Polytechnic University in Italy compared the brains of two groups of mice One group had been allowed to sleep for as long as they wanted or had been kept awake for eight hours Another group were kept awake for five days in a row – mimicking the effects of chronic sleep loss The team looked at a type of glial cells called astrocytes which prune unnecessary synapses in the brain to remodel its wiring Another type called a microglial cell prowls the brain for damaged cells and debris researchers said They found that after an undisturbed sleep astrocytes appeared to be active in around six per cent of the synapses in the brains of the well-rested mice However astrocytes seemed to be more active in sleep-deprived mice – those that had lost eight hours of sleep showed astrocyte activity in around eight per cent of their synapses while the cells were active in 135 per cent of the synapses of the chronically sleep-deprived animals researchers said This suggests that sleep loss can trigger astrocytes to start breaking down more of the brain’s connections and their debris reported ‘New Scientist’ “We show for the first time that portions of synapses are literally eaten by astrocytes because of sleep loss” said Michele Bellesi of the Marche Polytechnic University “In the short term this might be beneficial – clearing potentially harmful debris and rebuilding worn circuitry might protect healthy brain connections” said Bellesi “But it may cause harm in the long term and could explain why a chronic lack of sleep puts people at risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological disorders” he added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRio de Janeiro: The experienced Indian pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa were eliminated from the Rio Olympics 2016 women’s doubles event on Friday after losing their second successive group A clash In a rollercoaster game against the Dutch team of Eefje Muskens and Selena Piek Jwala and Ashwini went down 16-21 21-16 17-21 in a 48-minute clash Jwala Gutta (left) and Ashwini Ponnappa AP Lying second from bottom in the group standings Jwala and Ashwini will have just pride to play for when they take on Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai of Indonesia in their final group clash The Indonesians are also winless so far and are lying bottom of the heap The Indians who were distinctly uncoordinated in their opening loss to Japan gave a better account of themselves in Friday’s match but failed to go for the kill The opening game was lost in merely 19 minutes but far from being bogged down Jwala and Ashwini fought back to grab the second with the former being particularly impressive with her strokeplay close to the net However the momentum gained in that game could not take them past the finishing line as Muskens and Piek bounced back to clinch the match Ashwini proved to be the weak link in the decider and Muskens and Piek did not miss any opportunity to attack her on the back court Goa: FC Goa’s senior team is sitting on top of the Indian Super League but they still don’t enjoy the status of being unbeaten That achievement belongs to their Under-14 developmental team — who by virtue of their unblemished record are one good result away from qualifying for the Goa Football Association Under-14 playoffs Considering the side started preparations only in August it’s a monumental effort and one which has come after intense scouting efforts from their technical staff and head coach Gavin Araujo FC Goa U-14 teamImage courtesy: fcgoain ISL organisers made sure that clubs promised to develop football at the grassroots level and FC Goa seem to have turned that promise into results Their academy trains teams from Under-6 onwards and has an elite group of 30 childrenwho were all in attendance as the senior team trained at the Tilak Maidan in Vasco — an early Christmas gift for the players FC Goa are in Group D of the U-14 league along with Dempo Sports Club Sporting Clube de Goa Fr Agnel Youth Club-Pilar Portais Sporting Club Cabesa Sports & Cultural Club Ponda Footballers Don Bosco Oratory-Panjim and Goa Velha Sports Club Their only blip was an away loss to IMG-Reliance’s Young Champs team in Mumbai against whom they gained revenge at home "All these kids have been chosen from the grassroots programme conducted across 16 schools But the selection of these 30 kids has not been done from some three-day programme it was done after scouting school games in Goa I watched each school play at least four or five times" Araujo told Firstpost Araujo and Co do not want to push the team to compete in higher age groups as yet The team already has a few boys who are just 12-years-old but FC Goa want them to be completely ready before fast-tracking them into a higher league "It’s been a great experience for us and had it not been for such a grassroots programme we wouldn’t have got a chance to show our talents" Savio Lobo the tiniest of the lot but the most talkative told us while his heroes trained under the watchful eyes of Zico "From nutrition to coaching the programme has helped develop our skills and stamina as well" the left midfielder added The club arranges pick-up and drops for the children and provide refreshments as well — mostly juice a fruit and an egg This is also being replicated at home: "Healthy food is being served at home Our parents are very satisfied and they don’t have a problem letting us pursue the sport as a career" the side’s defensive midfielder Ruben Castellino said FC Goa have also devised a special way to train these youngsters Firstly all the teams from U-6 onwards will play the same brand of football Secondly they will not train with any of the common football drills — but another method called ‘maximal technique’ The coaches also go through one theory and one practical workshop every month: "Maximal technique means we only put the boys through real-match situations We create these for them and when you see training may not look very organised but it really works It helps in their decision making skills something that basic drills does not teach you In this we allow them to solve their own problems Drills don’t train the brain" Araujo told us There’s also no sense of entitlement inculcated in the boys just because they play for a club which plies its trade in the ISL Everything needs to be earned "We have to work for more facilities It’s not like this is FC Goa and so we have the best of everything We don’t provide kits either like other organisations But once they get picked for the elite group they get it So we want them to earn it" Araujo added The talent pool in Goa also allows the club to plan for three elite group teams in the next season: U-12 U-14 and the current U-14 batch which will progress to U-16 The ISL has been slammed in certain quarters for being more glitz and glamour than helping the sport grow in the country —but stories like these offer a glimmer of hope that the league can probably turn around the football fortunes of India Written by Roger Cohen | Published: October 1 2010 4:34 am Related News The animal spirits of which Keynes spoke are on the prowl across the United States Their mood is ugly The spirits are wary and troubled Corporations and individuals are hoarding cashwhen they have anybecause theyre not buying On a weeklong visitI found a mood of deep unease in an America that seems to have descended into tribalism not ethnicbut politicaleconomic and social Uncertainty is pervasive The governments rescue of Wall Street combined with the acute difficulties of a middle class struggling to get by on stagnant or falling incomes has sharpened resentments This is not a momentary phenomenon Nobody seems to think unemployment is going to fall significantly from 96 per cent a level more often associated with France in the near future Get used to the new normal I spoke to a retired Wall Street executive who got out a few years back and set up a small business where he had to make payroll (sobering)but was freed from the debilitating short-termism of financial institutions thatover his careerhad become dominated by traders who look at economic opportunity rather than economic conditions?s mortuary.but for a place as old as Hotel Shivalikview, She uses her beauty to get what she wants. So far, The Indian Air Force team fought back but failed to pose any goal threat. All safety precautions will be taken care during the laying of high security lines, said Y K SinghspokespersonPune DivisionCentral Railway Once the electrification process is completewe will also extend the Pune-Lonavala locals till Daund This will not only help people staying in Daund who come to Pimpri-Chinchwad for work but will also help villagers in nearby areas?