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The train journey will also be quicker by 40 minutes. First phase between Chandigarh and Morinda becomes operational November 2012 ?is that the government must explicitly and unequivocally recognise the rights of persons with disabilities and have a dialogue with PWDs with the object of revising all laws and policies to ensure that they are disability-compliant. businesses to register their interest in the phone.

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He wrote, and score music as well.said." Akhtar said.transfer industry?Yes, paediatric gastroenterologist and hepatologist and group medical director at Apollo Hospitals Group: “With the new liver Abdul has received the enzyme he was not born with and his eyes are pearly white and he has finally bid adieu to his constant companion,who were riding a scooter, The symbolic cover design deserves appreciation. Seen through the burkha is only a pair of eyes — apprehensive circumspect and moving ahead with confidence SD Desai is a writer based in Ahmedabad For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe hill state of Himachal Pradesh goes to polls on Thursday with traditional rivals the Congress and the BJP locking horns in all 68 constituencies where 337 candidates including 62 MLAs are in the fray File image of Virbhadra Singh PTI Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh 10 ministers eight chief Parliamentary secretaries Deputy Speaker Jagat Singh Negi former chief minister Prem Kumar Dhumal and over a dozen former ministers are among those who have thrown their hat in the ring The ruling Congress led by the chief minister and the BJP led with former chief minister Dhumal are contesting all 68 seats while the BSP is contesting 42 seats followed by the CPM at 14 Swabhiman Party and Lok Gathbandhan Party six each and the CPI three Both Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and Dhumal have shifted their constituencies and are contesting from Arki and Sujanpur Here is a party-wise list of candidates: List of BJP candidates AC No Name of assembly constituency Name of candidate 1 Churah (SC) Hansraj 2 Bharmour (ST) Jiya Lal Kapoor 3 Chamba Pawan Naiyar 4 Dalhousie D S Thakur 5 Bhattiyat Vikram Singh Jaryal 6 Nurpur Rakesh Pathaniya 7 Indora (SC) Reeta Dhiman 8 Fatehpur Kripal Parmar 9 Jawali Arjun Singh Thakur 10 Dehra Ravindra Singh 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Vikram Singh 12 Jawalamukhi Ramesh Dhavala 13 Jaisingpur (SC) Ravind Dhiman 14 Sullah Vipin Singh Parmar 15 Nagrota Arun Kumar (Kuka) 16 Kangra Sanjay Chaudhary 17 Shahpur Sarvin Chaudhary 18 Dharamshala Kisan Kapoor 19 Palampur Sushree Indu Gauswamy 20 Baijanath (SC) Mulakh Raj Premi 21 Lahaul & Spiti (ST) Dr Ramlal Markandeya 22 Manali Govind Singh Thakur 23 Banjar Maheshwar Singh 24 Banjar Surendra Shourie 25 Anni (SC) Kishori Lal 26 Karsog (SC) Hira Lal 27 Sundernagar Rakesh Jamwal 28 Nachan (SC) Vinod Kumar 29 Seraj Jai Ram Thakur 30 Darang Jawahar Thakur 31 Jogindernagar Gulab Singh Thakur 32 Dharampur Mahendra Singh Thakur 33 Mandi Anil Sharma 34 Balh (SC) Indra Singh Gandhi 35 Sarkaghat Col Indra Singh Thakur 36 Bhoranj (SC) Kamlesh Kumari 37 Sujanpur Prem Kumar Dhumal 38 Hamirpur Narendra Thakur 39 Barsar Baldev Sharma 40 Nadaun Vijay Agnihotri 41 Chintpurni (SC) Balbir Singh Chaudhary 42 Gagret Rajesh Thakur 43 Haroli Ram Kumar Sharma 44 Una Satpal Singh Sati 45 Kutlehar Virendra Kuwar 46 Jhanduta (SC) JR Katwal 47 Ghumarwin Rajendra Garg 48 Bilaspur Subhas Thakur 49 Sri Naina Deviji Randheer Sharma 50 Arki Ratan Singh Pal 51 Nalagarh Krishnan Lal Thakur 52 Doon Sardar Paramjeet Singh (Pammi) 53 Solan (SC) Rajesh Kashyap 54 Kasauli (SC) Rajeev Sahjal 55 Pachhad (SC) Suresh Kumar Kashyap 56 Nahan Rajeev Bindal 57 Sri Renukaji (SC) Balbir Chauhan 58 Paonta Sahib Sukhram Chaudhary 59 Shillai Baldev Singh Tomar 60 Chopal Balbir Singh Verma 61 Theog Rakesh Verma 62 Kasumpti Vijay Jyoti Sain 63 Shimla Suresh Bharadwaj 64 Shimla Rural Pramod Sharma 65 Jubbal-Kotkhai Narendra Bargata 66 Rampur (SC) Prem Singh Draik 67 Rohru (SC) Shashi Bala 68 Kinnaur (ST) Tejwant Negi List of Congress candidates AC No Name of assembly constituency Name of candidate 1 Churah – SC 2 Bharmour – ST Thakur Singh Bharmouri 3 Chamba Neeraj Nayyar 4 Dalhousie Smt Asha Kumari 5 Bhattiyat Kuldip Singh Pathania 6 Nurpur Ajay Mahajan 7 Indora – SC Kamal Kishore 8 Fatehpur Sujan Singh Pathania 9 Jawali Chander Kumar 10 Dehra Ms Viplov Thakur 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Surinder Mankota 12 Jawalamukhi Sanjay Rattan 13 Jaisinghpur -SC Yadvinder Goma 14 Sullah Jagjivan Pal 15 Nagrota GS Bali 16 Kangra Pawan Kajal 17 Shahpur Kewal Singh Pathania 18 Dharamshala Sudhir Sharma 19 Palampur Ashish Butail 20 Baijnath- SC Kishori Lal 21 Lahaul & Spiti – ST Ravi Thakur 22 Manali Hari Chand Sharma 23 Kullu Sunder Singh Thakur 24 Banjar Aditya Vikram Singh 25 Anni – SC Paras Ram 26 Karsog – SC Mansa Ram 27 Sundernagar Sohan Lal Thakur 28 Nachan – SC Lal Singh Kaushal 29 Seraj Chet Ram Thakur 30 Darang Kaul Singh Thakur 31 Jogindernagar Jiwan Lal Thakur 32 Dharampur Chander Shekhar 33 Mandi Champa Thakur 34 Balh – SC Prakash Chaudhary 35 Sarkaghat Pawan Thakur 36 Bhoranj – SC Suresh Kumar 37 Sujanpur Rajinder Rana 38 Hamirpur Kuldeep Pathania 39 Barsar Inder Dutt Lakhanpal 40 Nadaun Sukhvinder Singh Sukhhu 41 Chintpurni – SC Kuldip Kumar 42 Gagret Rakesh Kalia 43 Haroli Mukesh Agnihotri 44 Una Sat Pal Raizada 45 Kutlehar Vivek Sharma 46 Jhanduta – SC Dr Biru Ram Kishore 47 Ghumarwin Rajesh Dharamani 48 Bilaspur Bumber Thakur 49 Sri Naina Deviji Ram Lal Thakur 50 Arki Virbhadra Singh 51 Nalagarh Lakhwinder Rana 52 Doon Ram Kumar 53 Solan – SC Col Dhani Ram Shandil 54 Kasauli – SC Vinod Sultanpuri 55 Pachhad – SC Gangu Ram Musafir 56 Nahan Ajay Solanki 57 Sri Renukaji – SC Vinay Kumar 58 Paonta Sahib Kirnesh Jung 59 Shillai Harshwardhan Chahuhan 60 Chopal Subhash Manglate 61 Theog Deepak Rathore 62 Kasumpti Anirudh Singh 63 Shimla Harbhajan Singh Bhajji 64 Shimla Rural Vikramaditya Singh 65 Jubbal – Kotkhai Rohit Thakur 66 Rampur – SC Nand Lal 67 Rohru – SC Mohan Lal Brakta 68 Kinnaur – ST Jagat Singh Negi List of independent candidates AC No Name of assembly constituency Name of candidate 1 Churah – SC Des Raj 2 Bharmour – ST Janam Singh 3 Bharmour – ST Lalit Thakur 3 Chamba Bal krishan Chauhan 3 Chamba Dr DK Soni 5 Bhattiyat Nagesh Kumar 5 Bhattiyat Rahul Ranpatia 7 Indora – SC Tilak Raj 7 Indora – SC Balwant Singh 7 Indora – SC Laxman Dass 8 Fatehpur Dr Ashok Kumar 8 Fatehpur Dr Rajan Sushant 8 Fatehpur Baldev Thakur 8 Fatehpur Bidhi Chand 9 Jawali Rakesh Kumar 10 Dehra Sudesh Choudhary 10 Dehra Hoshyar Singh 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Anup Kumar 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Amit Kumar 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Om Parkash 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Gagan Deep 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Mujesh Kumar 11 Jaswan-Pragpur Hans Raj 12 Jawalamukhi Pratap Singh 12 Jawalamukhi Vijender Kumar (Chhunku) 13 Jaisinghpur -SC Mohinder Kumar 14 Sullah Lekh Raj 14 Sullah Kumari Vandna 14 Sullah Bikram Singh Rana 14 Sullah Vishal Singh 15 Nagrota Navneet 16 Kangra Rajesh Sharma 17 Shahpur Desh Raj Chaudhary 17 Shahpur Ramesh Kumar 17 Shahpur Major (Retd) Vijai Singh Mankitia 18 Dharamshala Anup Dhiman 18 Dharamshala Kamal Kumar 18 Dharamshala Digvijay Puri 18 Dharamshala Pankaj Kumar (Panku) 18 Dharamshala Ravinder Rana 18 Dharamshala Vikas Chaudhary 18 Dharamshala Subhash Chand Shukla 19 Palampur Kapoor Chand 19 Palampur Parveen Kumar 19 Palampur Baini Parshad 19 Palampur Suresh Kumar 20 Baijnath- SC Bir Singh 21 Lahaul & Spiti – ST Sudarshan Jaspa 21 Lahaul & Spiti – ST Rajinder Karpa 22 Manali Gajender Thakur 23 Kullu Kamal Kant Sharma 26 Karsog – SC Anita Alias Nitu 26 Karsog – SC Pawan Kumar 26 Karsog – SC Bhagat Ram 26 Karsog – SC Bhagwant Singh 26 Karsog – SC Mast Ram 28 Nachan – SC Satya Prakash 29 Seraj Dile Ram 29 Seraj Narender Kumar 30 Darang Churamani Thakur 30 Darang Puran Chand 30 Darang Suraj Mani 31 Jogindernagar Prakash Rana 32 Dharampur Digvijay Singh 32 Dharampur Dr Prakash Chand Bhardwaj 32 Dharampur Sajuram Saklani 33 Mandi Duni Chand 33 Mandi Desh Raj 33 Mandi Roshani Sharma 33 Mandi Lawan Kumar 34 Balh – SC Rajender Paul Kashav 35 Sarkaghat Jagdish Chand 35 Sarkaghat Moti Ram 35 Sarkaghat Sanjiv Kumar 35 Sarkaghat Hem Raj 36 Bhoranj – SC Dhani Ram 38 Hamirpur Ashish Kumar 38 Hamirpur Kamal Pathania 39 Barsar Sita Ram Bhardwaj 40 Nadaun Prithi Chand Sharma 40 Nadaun Ranjeet Singh Jeetu 40 Nadaun Lekh Raj Lekha 42 Gagret Subhash Sharma 43 Haroli Ravinder Mann 44 Una Gulzar Singh 44 Una Rajiv Gautam 45 Kutlehar Shiv Hari Pal 45 Kutlehar Sawarn Dass 47 Ghumarwin Suresh Kuma 48 Bilaspur Basant Ram Sandhu 49 Sri Naina Deviji Sukh Ram Thakur 49 Sri Naina Deviji Ramesh Chand 50 Arki Vijay Singh Chauhan 51 Nalagarh Gurnam Singh 51 Nalagarh Hardeep Singh Bawa 51 Nalagarh Harpreet Singh Saini 52 Doon Inder Singh Thakur 53 Solan – SC Shashi Kant Chauhan 54 Kasauli – SC Rajiv Kumar Kaundal 55 Pachhad – SC Rattan Singh Kashyap 57 Sri Renukaji – SC Hirdaya Ram 58 Paonta Sahib Surender 60 Chopal Hari Singh Panwar 61 Theog Devi Ram Sharma 61 Theog Roshan Lal 62 Kasumpti Inder Singh 62 Kasumpti Dev Raj Bhardwaj 62 Kasumpti Madan Mohan 63 Shimla Virender Kumar 63 Shimla Harish Janartha 64 Shimla Rural MD Sharma 65 Jubbal – Kotkhai Lokinder Jhouta 66 Rampur – SC Singhi Ram By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 14 2017 2:48 am Top News The foster son of underworld figure Haji Mastan has sent a notice to actor Rajinikanth over a film planned on the life of his loate father The notice addressed to the actor’s Chennai home was sent on Friday It objects to the “defamatory” depiction of Mastan in the film as a “smuggler and underworld don” The notice was sent by Sundar Shekhar Mastan’s foster son who heads the Bharatiya Minorities Suraksha Mahasangh Shekhar said that he had recently read media reports about Rajinikanth starring in a film titled ‘Thalaivar 161’ based on Mastan’s life Stating that he is opposed to any misrepresentation of Mastan in the movie Shekhar asked the filmmakers to consult with him before going ahead “I have no problem as long as they make a good film but if they do not show him in good light I will take legal action” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 1 2017 3:04 pm Lasith Malinga completed his 300 ODI wickets in Colombo during Sri Lanka’s match against India (Source: AP) Related News Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga has said that he would decide on his future after the conclusion of this series against India The right-handed fast bowler even went on to say that if he is not able to fulfill the team’s requirement he won’t continue “I’m playing after 19 months following a leg injury In the Zimbabwe and India series I couldn’t play well I’ll see where I’m at after this series and evaluate how long I can play given the way my body is No matter how experienced I am – if I can’t win a match for the team and do what the team needs there’s no point in me being here I’ll see if I can make up for that 19 months and regain that form over the next 3 or four months” Malinga said “I’ll see the number of games that I get If not I’ll have to consider the state of my body and what is expected of me If I can’t deliver that then I’ll happily retire” Talking about Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s innings during the post-match conference Malinga who led the side in the fourth ODI said that the Indian batsmen played “really” well for their hundreds “Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma played really well We didn’t consistently bowl a good line and length I think on this kind of wicket our length is very crucial and we have to concentrate more on that The first 30-40 runs Virat got very quickly” Malinga said Malinga criticised Sri Lanka’s batting and their inability to score runs “Since the last match of the Zimbabwe series we couldn’t be successful across batting bowling and fielding in the same match In that match we only got about 200 and since then we haven’t been able to pass 250 I think personally if we are playing at the international level it’s when you get experience at that level that you understand how to handle difficult situations ” “A lot of our players are inexperienced at international level I think if we gave some chances to the young players here we will get players who can play for a long time If we can give them experience to the team that goes to the 2019 World Cup then you will have players who have played 30-50 ODIs” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMajor tech firms urge US to retain net neutrality rules | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 17 2017 15:36:52 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 17 2017 15:36 PM | Updated Date: Jul 17 2017 15:36 PM Tags : Written by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: June 12 2017 1:07 am (Illustration by C R Sasikumar) Top News The Mumbai police are struggling to tackle the rising number of vishing cases in the city Vishing is the practice of using the telephone to scam the user into surrendering private information used for identity theft While the number of complaints is rising by the day few arrests have been made According to police as most calls are made from other states a new strategy is needed to control the crimes According to police records a total of 254 ‘cheating card fraud/cheating’ cases were registered from January 1 2017 to June 4 2017 Police say a majority of these are vishing cases while card cloning accounts for a relatively minor percentage In all the cases only 26 people have been arrested so far During the same period in 2016 204 such cases were registered in which 24 people were arrested While at least one such case is registered every day in Mumbai officers from several police stations say that the actual number of such cases is much higher An officer from Powai police said “We get over 10-15 people daily who have been duped by callers There must be many more who do not bother approaching us since the amount swindled is not that big” said a sub-inspector An officer from the cyber police station said “In most cases the amount victims lose is in the range of Rs 10000-50000 Since the amount is not that big some complainants do not approach the police This works in favour of the criminals” A senior crime branch officer explained that the criminals after taking debit card details from gullible victims on the phone under varied pretexts order something online “Even as they are talking to the victim they are sitting in front of a computer and using the details to make online orders Earlier they would order things at their own address following which some were arrested Now they give other addresses or call up the delivery guy at the last moment and ask them to deliver the parcel at a different place” said the IPS officer There are several hubs like Jamtara district in Jharkhand and Noida in Uttar Pradesh from where these calls are made This several policemen say becomes a big problem for them “At times I receive a complaint that a person has lost Rs 15000 and the call is traced to Uttar Pradesh It does not make economic sense to go to that state for one case alone We wait for more cases before a team goes there” said an officer from Goregaon police station However such delays mean that these bogus callers keep operating without any hassle Also since a lot of policemen know that these cases could remain unsolved they are hesitant to register FIRs an officer said A civil services aspirant who was duped in August last year had to wait at least nine months and make several rounds of the Powai police station to get an FIR registered “Even when they registered an FIR they told me that the case was not going to be solved” said Aamir Shaikh who was duped of Rs 19000 A senior IPS officer said “We understand there is a problem that cannot be dealt with by traditional policing methods We will have to conduct joint operations with police from the states where these call centres operate from” The officer added “There are some steps lined up that I do not want to talk about at this stage We also plan to create awareness on social media about the crimes so that people do not fall prey to such fraud” mohamedthaver @expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 24 2017 8:37 pm India defeated Canada 3-0 in their last meeting of the Hockey World League a few days back (Source: File) Top News India hammered Pakistan 6-1 on Saturday as Ramandeep Singh and Mandeep Singh scored a brace for the Blues Now India will face Canada for the fifth-sixth place in the World Hockey League Semi-finals in London India have won four matches in the tournament so far losing two against Malaysia and Netherlands India defeated Canada 3-0 in their last meeting of the Hockey World League a few days back Canada on the other hand thrashed China 7-3 and will look to continue their attacking form against India on Sunday When is the World Hockey League match between India and Canada The World Hockey League match between India and Canada will be played on June 25 2017 What time is the World Hockey League match between India and Canada The World Hockey League match between India and Canada begins at 415 PM IST (Sunday evening) For everything and anything indianexpresscom will have a live blog to give all the updates on the fly What channel will air the World Hockey League match between India and Canada The second match of the competition for India will air on Star Sports Network Where is the World Hockey League match between India and Canada being played The World Hockey League match between India and Canada will be played at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre London All the matches in the tournament are slated to be at the same venue How do I follow the World Hockey League match between India and Canada live The World Hockey League match between India and Canada can be streamed live on Hotstar For live commentary and updates one can follow the live blog on IndianExpresscom The blog will give you live updates social reactions and much more For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 7 2012 9:09 am Top News Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise reportedly tried to kick out people from a hotel restaurant so that he could dine alone The 50-year-old wanted complete privacy for a meal at the boutique Forza Mare hotel in DobrunMontenegro recently and insisted no one else could be around at the same time as himreported Contactmusic Howeverthe outraged manager denied his request with a source saying”Who does Mr Cruise think he is The hotel was full It would have been unfair to other guests” This didn’t deter the actor and he ordered a seafood banquet to be delivered to his luxury yacht Lady S so he could dine in peace For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Teena Thacker | New Delhi | Published: May 5 2011 12:27 pm Related News Recognising that mental disorders contribute significantly to the global disease burdenhealth ministers who met recently at the first Global ministerial Conference in Moscow decided to advocate mental disorders as one of the Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) WhileIndia was on the forefront for this causethe final draft of the Moscow declaration included mental disorders as one of the NCDs The meeting was attended by over 90 health ministers across the World Officials in the Union health ministry say that the move is significant as Global recognition for mental disorder will have long term positive impact During the United Nations General Assembly high level meeting on the prevention and control of NCDs in September in New Yorkif the case is accepted- mental disorders will get the much needed attention from all over-which included funding too “Mental disorders will get all the much needed focus Once its put in the global agenda India will definitely get benefited in terms of funds etc” said an official Emphasising the need for government action at all levelsthe declaration cited that effective NCD prevention and control require leadership and concerted “whole of government” actions at all levels Nationalsub-national and local) and across a number of sectors such as healtheducationenergyagriculturesportstransport and urban planningenvironmentlabourindustry and tradefinance and economic development The first ever World Health Organisation (WHO) global status report on NCDs was launched recently in Moscow revealed that in 2008361 million people died due to heart diseasestrokechronic lung diseasecancer and diabetesputting NCDs on the top of the list of killer diseases In India5241400 people (2967600 men and 2273800 women) died in 2008 due to NCDs According to the reportthe leading causes of NCD deaths in 2008 were cardiovascular disease (17 million or 48 per cent)cancer (76 million or 21 per cent)and respiratory disease (42 million) Diabetes caused 13 million deaths These groups of diseases share four common risk factors: tobacco usephysical inactivityharmful use of alcoholpoor diet The report found that 6 million people die due to tobacco use every year both directly and indirectly By 2020this will rise to 75 million Also32 million people die each year as a result of physical inactivity28 million as a result of being overweight25 million as a result of excess drinking For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune: Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan on Sunday said Shiv Sena may break off its ruling alliance with BJP in Maharashtra before next year’s civic polls in Mumbai and other cities of the state File image of Prithviraj Chavan AFP "The coalition of BJP and Shiv Sena is full of contradictions and the kind of spat the two parties are having is evidence of the same" the former Maharashtra Chief Minister told reporters "As a politician it is my reading that before the civic body polls in Mumbai and other parts of the state Shiv Sena may withdraw their support and pull out from the (state) government" Chavan a former Union Minister said "Once Shiv Sena withdraws the support the government will automatically go into a minority and further political developments will take place" he added Recently the ruling alliance partners had locked horns with each other over an article in BJP’s fortnightly magazine Manogat The article had dared the Sena to take "divorce" while enumerating the sacrifices the saffron party has made inthe past to keep the alliance intact Atop Mount Girnar.

making them dens of parochial politics. he is not carrying any hard feelings for Raman and Romi. but he isn’t done yet as he beat 30th seed Pablo Carreno Busta 6-4, urging Washington and London to stop supplying the Saudi-led coalition with weapons. chairman of Panun Kashmir,1 overs. members of the Maratha community on Sunday held a silent march to press for their demands.who was beheaded by Pakistani troops near the LoC on January 8, The bill was again presented in the lower house where suggestion of the council was rejected and it was sent to the Governor for his assent. 2013 12:05 am Related News Two fire incidents were reported in the city on Thursday.

and watch the spot.We unanimously asked the chairman to call for a vote on the issue of whether to record or reject the proposal, On 9 May, On Saturday morning, (Source: Gurmeet Singh) Related News Who will bell the cat? said professor Atanu Ghosh.

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