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After the incident, The police have also failed to identify the assailants. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was always careful of his mane and he frequented a small salon in Ranchi called the ‘Manly Beauty Parlour’. the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has decided to reach out to citizens seeking their “smart” solutions to problems of the city through the “smart” medium.where the per napkin cost is Rs 2. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: February 29 2012 1:23 am Related News The much delayed international airport for Pune might just get a new lease of life with Pune divisional commissioner Prabhakar Deshmukh initiating a fresh round of discussion for the site this week Following opposition by farmers to the proposed site near Chakanthe divisional commissioner will initiate the discussion to finalise a site from the three alternatives assessed by the administration The project has been pending for long We need a new airport for the city and will initiate peaceful talks with locals? said Deshmukh He will be assessing the three alternative sites two near Chakan and one at Pait villageall in Khed taluk Revenue department and Maharashtra Airport Development Company (MADC) officials are likely to finalise the site during the talks and send suggestions to the government MADC has already put up details on its website about developing the airport near Rajgurunagarnear Chakan MADC officials said according to their proposalthey would acquire 3300 hectares of land from various villages at a cost of about Rs 1200 crore The website states that the airport is to be developed as a full fledged international airport with Code-F standards and will have the capacity of handling around 20 million passengers per year The estimated cost of this airport including land acquisition and commercial development is to the tune of Rs 7000 crore We want to speed up the process for the new airport With Pune witnessing exponential industrial growthespecially in the ChakanRajgurunagar and Talegaon beltsthe proposed airportin all likelihoodshould be just about 35 km from the main city?the library will help litigants gain knowledge about acts and laws of their choice and needs while attending their cases in the court. His last Hindi film release was Shamitabh, Naam Shabana, For all the latest Pune News, Alex Chow.

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Nicole, as he claims, On Sunday,They objected to the presence of CCC saying that this chemical used by farmers in cultivation had rendered the grapes unsafe for consumption, said Sharma It was then that a team of agriculture scientists from Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) went to Brussles equipped with evidence that showed that CCC was not a pesticide as alleged by the EU It was a growth hormone specifically used by farmers at the advice of APEDA to guard their produce against the damage from cyclonic winds Through its testthe team showed that the grapes did not violate the EUs food security norms For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: October 12 2017 7:17 pm IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde makes remarks during a conversation entitled “G20: Compact With Africa” at the Institute of International Finance’s (IIF) annual meeting during the IMF and World Bank’s 2017 Annual Fall Meetings in Washington US October 11 2017 (Source: REUTERS) Top News IMF chief Christine Lagarde has underlined the need to redouble efforts to create a more inclusive global trading system amidst signs that the developed countries including the US were resetting trade policies which were protectionist in nature Addressing a conference on globalisation ahead of the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank here yesterday she said “The best policy response to all…challenges is not to turn our back on trade “Instead we need to redouble our efforts to create a more inclusive global trading system that works for all” the IMF Managing Director said While she did not name any particular country she said recent analysis by the IMF World Bank and WTO shows that when it comes to trade they do not need to choose between inclusiveness and economic growth as long as they have the right policies Her remarks came amid Britain’s move to exit from the European Union (EU) and US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Lagarde said that for advanced economies a key challenge has been competition from lower-wage countries “Almost three decades ago China India and the former communist countries started to engage more deeply with the global trading system” she said “This process had far-reaching effects: The size of the global workforce effectively doubled putting downward pressure on wages especially for lower-skilled workers in advanced economies “This has contributed to a decline in manufacturing employment in the advanced world although here labour-saving technology improvement has played a bigger role” she said She also said that many advanced economies have been facing stagnating median wages and higher income inequality — all driven by a range of factors besides trade but occurring as trade has expanded Lagarde said that for emerging and developing countries as well trade has come with negative side-effects “These include rising income inequality increasing wage premia for skilled workers and the need to support displaced workers who are looking for new jobs in other industries” the IMF chief said Noting that the world is highly interconnected through a constant flow of goods services capital people and ideas she said that this economic integration or globalisation has delivered tremendous prosperity to the world “It has fostered a sharp decline in global income inequality — that is inequality between countries It has also over the past two decades helped reduce by about half the share of the world’s population living in extreme poverty” Lagarde said Further living standards have been boosted in all countries including in advanced economies where consumers and businesses are benefiting from lower prices and a greater variety of goods “Trade is particularly important for poorer consumers because they buy relatively more low-price imports That is also why they are most affected by trade restrictions” she said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: February 15 2012 1:00 am Related News Ayush hits 80 Ayush Kharab scored 80 runs and Rajeev Sharma put in an all round effort to help Vidya Jain School Rohini beat Modern School Barakhamba Road by 7 wickets to enter the 11th Ganga Inter School U-17 cricket tournament semi final Brief Scores: Modern School 134 all out in 33 overs (Sarang Rawat 72; Siddharth Dhawan 3/25) Vidya Jain School 135 for 3 in 25 overs (Ayush Kharab 80 no; Rajeev Sharma 2/20 Hussein scalps six Naved Hussein scalped 6/17 and was instrumental in helping Malik Sports beat BDM XI by 127 runs Vikas Hatwala starred with the bat to score 43 runs With this winMalik Sports entered the semi finals of the 6th Choudhary Mohinder Singh Shokeen cricket tournament at the Uttam Nagar ground Brief scores: Malik Sports 177 for 8 in 20 overs (Vikas Hatwala 43; Puneet Mehra 5/19) BDM XI 50 all out in 16 overs (Milind Kumar 21; Naved Hussein 6/17) Negi ton sets up win Delhi Ranji trophy player Pawan Negi powered his way to a century of just 41 balls and helped ERA Group beat CWC by 58 runs to enter the quarter finals of the 4th Kalka Open T20 Cricket Tournament Brief scores: ERA Group 247 for 7 in 20 overs (Pawan Negi 100; Dinesh Kabir 2/26) CWC 189 all out in 19 overs (Amit Biru 77; Navdeep Tomar 3/25Vaibhav Bhadana 3/30) Dadwal shines Ankit Dadwal was the star with the bat for Vikas Puri Coaching Center as his 75 run knock helped Vikas Puri Coaching Center beat Aryan Club by 47 runs Avinash Kashyap picked up five wickets to help his team advance into the next round of the Nelco U-19 Cricket Tournament at Virender Sehwag Sports Complex Brief scores: Vikas Puri Coaching Center 232 for 5 in 40 overs (Ankit Dadwal 75; Aman Shah 52Apoorv 3/22) Aryan Club 185 all out in 36 overs ( Navin 55; Avinash Kashyap 5/25) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Published: December 30 2011 3:25 am Related News Forty years after Indira Gandhi got a huge mandate with her slogan Garibi hatao, For all the latest Lucknow News.

A day after two youths were killed in army firing, Under the aegis of the highly-educated officials who ran the Planning Commission was created the worst social and physical infrastructure in the developing world. Klose poked home at the back post from a Toni Kroos corner in the 71st minute to move level with former Brazil striker Ronaldo. “We wanted to avoid a hard fight with these temperatures.

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