ABC Announces 1st 3 Primetime Games Of 2019 College Football Season


first_img The first three ABC Saturday Night Football games.— Ralph D. Russo (@ralphDrussoAP) May 15, 2019Expect more primetime games to be revealed in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, FOX has already announced it will showcase its best game of the week at noon.The 2019 college football season kicks off August 24 when Florida faces Miami in Orlando and Arizona visits Hawaii.We can’t wait. trevor lawrence throws a pass during alabama-clemsonnSANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Clemson Tigers attempts a pass during the first quarter against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)The 2019 college football season is less than four months away. As usual, there are a number of huge matchups in the first few weeks of September.This morning, the first three ABC primetime games were announced. They include two premier non-conference tilts and an ACC showdown.All three games will kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET. Auburn and Oregon will start things off on August 31 from Arlington, Texas. LSU and Texas will meet the following week in Austin.Then, in Week 3, Syracuse will host Clemson. The Orange upset the Tigers two years ago at home and nearly did the same in Death Valley in 2018.last_img read more

First drive: 2015 Volkswagen Golf R


first_imgWith 292 horsepower on tap and a wide range of driving modes, the 2015 Golf R is ready to roll with the big boys .The 2015 Volkswagen Golf R drives like it has something to prove. Compared to the previous generation, the Mk7 iterant has 36 more horsepower, is 0.6-seconds quicker to 60 mph, and boasts a revamped four-wheel drive system. If the old car was great, the new one is certifiably sublime.There’s good reason for this. The Subaru WRX STI may not be offered as a five-door in the U.S. anymore, but hot hatches like the Focus RS, Mazdaspeed3, and even the front-wheel drive Honda Civic Type R are coming in guns blazing.Why? Because hot hatchbacks are awesome, that’s why.Seven generations in, the car that essentially invented the segment is still carving corners like a sports car while boasting the practicality and refinement that makes the class special.Hot hatchOn a twisty, switchback-laden road, the Golf R is home. The course Volkswagen provided for us during the vehicle’s first drive event in San Diego, California fit the bill perfectly. On this proving ground, the range-topping Golf is the fastest version ever to grace the United States.Like the Audi S3 with which it shares its MQB platform and 292-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, the R feels flat and grounded during spirited driving. A revamped 4MOTION all-wheel drive system, an 0.8-inch lower ride height, XDS+ electronic differential control on both axles, and DCC adaptive dampers are the major players here, but the newest Golf is 75 pounds lighter than its predecessor as well.Brake, turn in, smash the apex, throttle out, and the Mk7 proudly shows you its improvements. Like most Golfs, it’s loads of fun, but also drama free, with the front-biased 4MOTION system sending up to 50 percent of the power to the rear if needed. The brakes are the same units you’ll find in the GTI Performance Package, but this time they have ‘R’ stamped on the calipers. That means they’re better, let’s say.The hatchback’s DSG automatic gearbox is another huge highlight. It’s quick and responsive, most of the time doing its job so well you don’t even have to use the paddles. Toggle the ‘Race’ Driving Mode on the standard touchscreen and the car holds gears like a champ, taking advantage of the 280 pound-feet of torque available from just 1,800 rpm. It also tightens up the steering and suspension noticeably.It’s a Golf after allPressing the ‘Race’ button is intrinsically satisfying, but there are are ‘Normal,’ ‘Eco,’ and customizable ‘Individual’ settings as well. Throughout the drive, I found myself switching between ‘Race’ and ‘Comfort’ (which should really be spelled with a K) most often.Hit the switch and immediately the engine quiets down. The revs drop a bit at idle, and the DCC stifles harsh bumps well before they hits the exclusive bucket seats.Yes, it may be a 292-hp athlete when needed, but at the end of the day, this is a Golf. In fact, outside of its badging, quad exhaust tips, and standard Bi-Xenon headlights, it’s hard to tell it apart from the standard one.What that means is that it’s quiet, comfortable inside the ‘Carbon Touch’ interior, practical, and fun. Simply put, it takes all the positive attributes of the hot hatch segment and distills them down to their very essence.It’s even decent on gas, with economy numbers of 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. Compare that to the WRX STI’s numbers of 17 mpg city and 23 mpg highway, and the Golf starts to look a whole lot better. Granted, the Subaru is a much more hardcore, performance-focused, and perhaps charismatic machine, but that’s kind of the selling point of the Golf. It can do it all with little fuss.Good things come to those who waitFor all the positives the 2015 Golf R has, the 2016 model will be even better.The six-speed manual transmission that’s currently Europe-only will be ported over next year, and I was lucky enough to test in the winding roads surrounding the small town of Julian.The DSG is great, easy to drive, and great on gas, but the stick shift is joyous to operate. The throws are light and sharp for this type of car, and the clutch engagement felt just right. For purists, this is the way to go, but that’s not all.Also arriving for the 2016 model year will be connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with MirrorLink. Those USB connections will finally show up, too, albeit a few years too late.I’ll admit, it would be tough to set my deposit aside until late summer when 2016 model goes on sale. But after driving the manual and hearing about the vehicle’s infotainment future, that would be the way I’d go.ConclusionThe new Volkswagen Golf R is unquestionably a great little car, with few practical downsides. With a starting MSRP of $36,595 (not including $820 destination), the real question is this: is the Golf R $12,200 better than the 210-hp GTI?I’m not so sure, but it ultimately depends on your driving style and the severity of your adrenaline addiction.All 500 units of the Lapiz Blue launch edition of the hatchback sold out in less than 12 hours. There is definitely a market for this car, and after getting behind the wheel, I can definitely see why.The 2015 model goes on sale in late February.HighsPowerful engine with gobs of usable torqueDriving modes make for a tailorable experience behind the wheelResponsive DSG gearbox (and forthcoming six-speed)Comfortable interiorLowsExpensive for a Golf Why Clover Whiskey Can Only Be Found at Select Golf Clubs Escape the City and the Roads with the 2020 Subaru Outback The New Land Rover Defender Is Just as Glorious as We Expected What It’s Like to Drive a NASCAR Race Car (and Where You Can Get Behind the Wheel) center_img 6 Fastest Cars in the World Right Now 1. 2015 VW Golf R 2. 2015 VW Golf R 3. 2015 VW Golf R 4. 2015 VW Golf R 5. 2015 VW Golf R 6. 2015 VW Golf R 7. 2015 VW Golf R 8. 2015 VW Golf R 9. 2015 VW Golf R 10. 2015 VW Golf R 11. 2015 VW Golf R 12. 2015 VW Golf R 13. 2015 VW Golf R 14. 2015 VW Golf R 15. 2015 VW Golf R 16. 2015 VW Golf R 17. 2015 VW Golf R 18. 2015 VW Golf R 19. 2015 VW Golf R 20. 2015 VW Golf R 21. 2015 VW Golf R 22. 2015 VW Golf R 23. 2015 VW Golf R 24. 2015 VW Golf R Editors’ Recommendations last_img read more

Funding for Hospital Equipment Upgrades


first_imgGovernment is investing nearly $7.5 million in equipment upgrades to ensure hospitals are well-equipped to provide the best care for Nova Scotians. The investment in health care announced today, May 23, includes new beds, diagnostic and surgical equipment, and drug storage systems. “In our busy health-care facilities, regular equipment upgrades are important to ensure we have the right tools to provide quality patient care,” said Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine. The investment includes: Anne McGuire, president and CEO of the IWK Health Centre, said they are pleased the IWK will be receiving new medical and diagnostic equipment. “This will directly benefit the care of the women, children, youth and families served by the IWK each day,” said Ms. McGuire. “The province’s investment in new technology, equipment and infrastructure allows our staff and physicians to provide the best possible care using the most up-to-date tools available.” The department has set aside $18 million for hospital equipment replacement and upgrades this year. District health authorities made requests which were evaluated and prioritized. As requests are approved, districts tender for their equipment. A complete list of equipment upgrades is available at . $2.7 million for computerized drug storage and dispensing systems in South West, Annapolis Valley, Cumberland, Pictou and Capital district health authorities $2.2 million for diagnostic and treatment equipment including upgrades to two CT scanners at the IWK Health Centre and replacement of dialysis machines at the Northside General and Cape Breton Regional hospitals $1.4 million for surgical equipment including operating room lights for the IWK and the Victoria General Hospital $609,642 for monitoring and ventilating equipment including a cardiopulmonary bypass machine for the IWK, and cardiac monitoring systems for the Dartmouth General Hospital $545,108 for beds and cribs at the Halifax Infirmary and the IWK.last_img read more

Govt proposes to corporatise EPFO ESIC appointment of CEOs


first_imgNew Delhi: In a bid to corporatise social security agencies, the government on Wednesday released a draft code that seeks to revamp the structure of EPFO and ESIC, which would get CEOs for the first time. The draft provides for a change in the constitution of Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) and Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), saying the two bodies would be “body corporate”. At present, EPFO and ESIC work more like autonomous bodies run by trustees and board, respectively under the administrative control of Ministry of Labour & Employment. Both bodies were created by an Act of Parliament.last_img read more

Gully Boy is Indias official entry to 92nd Academy Awards


first_imgNew Delhi: Zoya Akhtar’s “Gully Boy”, featuring Ranveer Singh in the lead has been selected as India’s official entry in the International Feature Film category at the 92nd Academy Awards, the Film Federation of India announced on Saturday. The movie, which released commercially across the country in February this year, also features Alia Bhatt, Vijay Raaz, Kalki Koechlin, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Vijay Varma and Amruta Subhash. “India’s official entry for Oscars this year is ‘Gully Boy’. There were 27 films in the running this year but it was a unanimous decision to select ‘Gully Boy’,” FFI secretary general Supran Sen said. Celebrated actor-filmmaker Aparna Sen was the head of the jury for this year’s selection committee. “Gully Boy”, produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar, featured Ranveer as an up-and-coming rapper who sets out to achieve his dream by rhyming about his life on the Mumbai streets. The film had its world premiere earlier this year at the Berlin International Film Festival.last_img read more

Sindhu resumes quest for seasons 1st BWF World Tour title in Korea


first_imgIncheon (Korea): World champion P V Sindhu will seek to quickly get over the disappointment of an early exit in the China Open when she resumes her quest for a BWF World Tour title this season at the Korea Open Super 500 tournament beginning here on Tuesday.After the high of winning the World Championships, Olympic silver medallist Sindhu was knocked out of the China Open Super 1000 event by Thailand’s Pornpawee Chochuwong in the second round last week. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: RijijuThe 26-year-old Indian, who had won the Korea Open title in 2017, will have to sort out the little things that had led to her early ouster in China and turn her focus on the USD 400,000 tournament in Incheon, where she will face USA’s Beiwen Zhang in a tricky opener. Sindhu had defeated Zhang en route her World Championships gold at Basel and she will look to produce her best again against the Chinese-born shuttler, who had defeated her twice last year at India Open and Denmark Open. Also Read – Djokovic to debut against Shapovalov at Shanghai MastersA win in the first round may hand Sindhu a chance to avenge her loss in China as she is likely to face Chochuwong again. Besides the World Championships final, Sindhu has reached the summit clash of only one BWF World Tour Final this year — the Indonesia Open Super 1000 — but the title eluded her. London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal, who had claimed the Indonesia Masters early in the season, hasn’t looked her usual self this year. Saina, who has been bothered by pancreatitis and few injuries, lost in the first round of Malaysia Open, New Zealand Open, Sudirman Cup and China Open. The eighth seeded Saina will hope to turn around her indifferent form when she opens her campaign against Korean Kim Ga Eun. The 29-year-old from Hyderabad has a 2-0 head-to-head record against Kim and another win over the Korean is likely to pit her against Indonesia’s Gregoria Mariska Tunjung. B Sai Praneeth, who had ended India’s 36 year old wait for a medal at the World Championships, will also look to continue his impressive run after a quarterfinal finish in China Open last week. However, Praneeth will face a dangerous opponent in fifth seed Anders Antonsen of Denmark, who had returned with a silver from the World Championship last month. Former Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap, who has looked impressive this season, will take on a qualifier in his opening round. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, who had broken into world’s top 10 after winning the Thailand Open last month, will face fourth seeded Japanese pair of Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda in the men’s doubles opening round. Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy will take on a qualifying pair.last_img read more

Governor overactive shouldnt interfere in states affairs Partha


first_imgDarjeeling/Kolkata: “Trinamool Congress considers the action of Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar as ‘over-active’ and interfering in all respects of government business and government officers,” said state Parliamentary Affairs minister Partha Chatterjee in a statement issued by the party on Tuesday.Chatterjee’s statement came after the Governor expressed his displeasure over the absence of the state Tourism minister Gautam Deb and state Home Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, in a meeting convened by him in Siliguri on Tuesday. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaDhankhar had said in Siliguri: “The lukewarm stand of the state is worrisome. It is not befitting Bengal. The DM might be sick, the minister might have had some preoccupation along with the Police Commissioner. It can happen. The ruling party was absent but the public representatives from the Opposition parties were all present and we had a fruitful discussion.” In the statement, Chatterjee said: “Bengal is a beautiful state. The Governor must visit beautiful places in Bengal and enjoy the hospitality of the state government. This is desirable. What is not desirable is a Constitutional position, unnecessarily becoming over-active, interfering in all aspects of government business and government officers.” Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayChatterjee maintained that as per the Constitution, the state government is an elected body and so is the Central government. “But the Governor is a nominated post and not an elected one. As per the provision of the Constitution, the jurisdictions have earmarked the role of the state government and the role of the Governor,” he added. Chatterjee urged the Governor “not to misuse the Constitutional jurisdiction and avoid political gimmicks every day,” and added: “Our Trinamool government is the people’s government and is aware of what to do and what not to do.” Meanwhile, Dhankhar stated that he will be visiting each and every district of the state. “I am not over-active. I am active. I have taken oath to serve the people of Bengal,” he added. When questioned on the panic and alleged deaths surrounding the implementation of NRC in the state, the Governor said that he was not aware of it. Quizzed on the Jadavpur University incident by media persons, the Governor stated that universities should be independent. “One should not impose their will. Universities should not become the extension of either the government or the Governor House. The reputation and credibility has to be maintained,” he added. He claimed that he had visited the JU campus as a last measure to connect with the students as their Chancellor. “I am happy that they have shown respect to their Chancellor. I have a four-fold approach towards universities. I connect with the V-C, Registrar, Former V-Cs and Registrars, faculty and the students,” Dhankhar said. Meanwhile, later in the day, Trinamool Congress appointed Ranjan Sarkar as the new Darjeeling district president of the party, replacing Goutam Deb, the state Tourism minister. The decision was taken following a meeting where senior party leaders were present.last_img read more

Soon to take a view on rights issue examines promoter concept


first_imgMumbai: Markets regulator Sebi on Thursday said it will soon take a view on a proposal to reduce the time taken for rights issues to around 31 days. Besides, the market watchdog is in the process of taking steps to further strengthen the framework for alternative investment funds (AIFs), Sebi Chairman Ajay Tyagi said at a Ficci event here. He further said Sebi is examining the concept of company ‘promoters’ and studying if we can shift to ‘controlling shareholders’. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraThe concept of ‘promoters’ has been prevalent in India for a long period of time. Globally, rather than promoters, the concept of ‘controlling shareholders’ is more prevalent. “Keeping in mind changing realities of the global and Indian markets, we are examining the relevance of the concept of ‘promoter’ in today’s times along with whether any changes to Sebi Regulations are warranted in this regard,” Tyagi said. With regard to rights issue, the regulator came out with a consultative paper on the mode of fund raising in May. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysIn the paper, Sebi proposed to reduce the overall time taken for rights issue to around 31 days as well as make the application and allotment process more efficient. Currently, the rights issue process takes 55-58 days from the time a company decides to launch the issue till the listing. “Sebi had put out a consultative paper to reduce the timelines for rights issues. We will be soon taking a view on this subject,” Tyagi said. He said in recent times, rights issue has seen a pickup in the activity.last_img read more

Durga puja Bangladesh Prez PM send greetings


first_imgNEW DELHI: President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have conveyed their greetings to the Hindu community on the occasion of Durga Puja. Separate messages have been issued on this regard, sources confirmed. In his message, President Abdul Hamid said, Religions are of communities, but festivals are universal. Durga Puja is the major religious festival of the Bengali Hindu community. Hindus worship Durga to establish peace in the society through the elimination of demons, evil forces and injustice.” Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: Report”We all hope that the Sharadiya Durgotsab would strengthen the bonds of friendship and fraternity among the religious communities,” the president went on to add. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in another message said that the Sharadiya Durgotsab is indeed a festival of all communities. “The main theme of Durga Puja is the victory of good over evil and prayer for truth and beauty,” she added. “Our constitution ensures equal rights of the people of all faiths, regardless of colour, creed or gender,” she went on to add. The PM also hoped that the thousand-year-old bond of communal harmony of Bangalis would be retained to create a “Sonar Bangla,” which was the dream of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.last_img read more

Inlaws arrested for thrashing woman over dowry demand


first_imgJajpur: A woman in Odisha’s Jajpur district was allegedly thrashed by her father-in-law and mother-in-law over dowry demand, police said on Friday. The father-in-law, mother-in-law and the husband of the woman were arrested after a video of in-laws beating their daughter-in-law and dragging her by the hair over dowry demand went viral on social media on Wednesday night, the police said. In the video, a man identified as Nabin Behera was seen dragging his daughter-in-law by her hair while his wife Charulata Behera was beating her with a stick at Dhaneswar village under the jurisdiction of Korei police station on Wednesday. Although no formal complaint was filed but Korei police station took suo moto cognizance of the matter after the video went viral on social media. “We have suo moto registered a case after the video of the incident did the rounds on social media platforms on Wednesday night and arrested father-in-law, mother-in-law and the husband of the victim under various sections of IPC,” said Ranjit Mohanty, Inspector-in-charge of Korei police station. The woman Meena Behera (26), a resident of Jokadia- Bhandaripada in Jajpur district was married to Gananath Behera about 5 years ago, the police said. She was allegedly tortured by her in-laws several times in the past over dowry demand. The woman had once consumed poison following the torture by the in-laws over the issue and was hospitalised in a local hospital, the police added.last_img read more

Bengaluru Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus on Tue


first_imgBengaluru: Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus on Tuesday announced it has clocked Rs 500 crore in revenue in just two days of the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale. The newly-launched OnePlus 7T (starting Rs 37,999) and OnePlus TV 55Q1 (Rs 69,900) registered the highest-ever sales in the premium smartphone and TV categories respectively. “The new OnePlus 7T and our OnePlus TVs are a result of our continued focus on building products that offer our community the perfect balance of performance and design that provides for a seamless user experience,” Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India, said in a statement. Also Read – Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this year Driven by new product launches ahead of festival season sale, OnePlus has yet again emerged as the best-selling technology brand in the premium segment with over 100 per cent growth as compared to the previous year. “Our affordability programmes such as no-cost EMI, exchange, instant bank discounts and more, continue to enable record number of customers to upgrade to premium phones this festive season,” said Manish Tiwary, Vice President – Category Management, Amazon India. Also Read – New HP Pavilion x360 notebook with in-built Alexa in India Entering the Indian TV market with a bang, Chinese tech company OnePlus last week launched “India-first” 55-inch Android TV in two variants — both with 4K QLED display — starting at Rs 69,900. OnePlus TV 55Q1 Pro will cost Rs 99,900 while OnePlus TV 55Q1 will be available for Rs 69,900. The TVs with 4K QLED display, HDR10+ support, 50W eight-speaker setup and Dolby Atmos for cinematic sound will become the central hub of a connected smart home. The company also expanded its premium smartphone line-up with OnePlus 7T smartphone that comes with industry-leading 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display. OnePlus 7T Glacier Blue (8GB+128GB) variant costs Rs 37,999, OnePlus 7T Glacier Blue (8GB+256GB) Rs 39,999 and OnePlus 7T Frosted Silver (8GB+128GB) model will cost Rs 37,999.last_img read more

Karnal Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar


first_imgKarnal: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar filed his nominations papers from the Karnal assembly seat on Tuesday. He was accompanied by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other BJP leaders during the submission of papers. Talking to reporters after filing his papers, the CM exuded confidence that voters would ensure his victory with a bigger margin this time. “I expect people will shower more love and blessings on me this time. I feel people will ensure a victory for me with more number of votes than the last time,” Khattar said. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroad To a question on resentment among the ticket aspirants who were denied nomination, Khattar said, “It is natural that the number of ticket aspirants goes up when the atmosphere is in favour of the party. But our party workers are disciplined. Everybody knows that one person gets ticket from one assembly seat only. If there is any issue anywhere, we are constantly in touch with them,” said Khattar. To a question on the BJP’s target of winning over 75 seats in the 90-member assembly, the CM said he had left it to people to decide to what extent they wanted their party go beyond the target. Also Read – Firms staying closed 10 days a month due to recession, govt doing nothing: Priyanka Gandhi UT Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath lauded Khattar for giving “a new direction” to Haryana in the past five years. “Given the kind of enthusiasm among people, there is no doubt that the target of 75 plus is achievable,” said Adityanath while congratulating Khattar for getting re-nominated from Karnal. “The BJP will form the government in Haryana again. Under the leadership of Khattar, the party will achieve the 75-plus target,” Adityanath added. Earlier, before filing his nomination papers, Khattar performed a ‘havan’ and addressed a public gathering in the presence of Union minister Narendra Tomar and Adityanath. The BJP had announced a list of 78 candidates for the assembly elections on Monday. Two ministers–Vipul Goel and Rao Narbir Singh–were among the seven MLAs denied ticket this time. The BJP had won 47 seats in the 2014 assembly polls. After its won the Jind bypolls earlier this year, the party’s strength rose to 48 in the state assembly.last_img read more

Mumbai One coach of a Mumbai local train derailed


first_imgMumbai: One coach of a Mumbai local train derailed on Wednesday morning after one of its wheels came loose. Railway officials said while no injuries were reported, services on the line had to be suspended.According to officials, the wheel of a Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus-Bandra local came off between Mahim and King’s Circle stations around 11:30 am. As a result, services on the stretch had to be suspended. Trains, however, were running normally on the CSMT-Panvel leg of the line. According to officials, a Senior Administrative Grade (SAG) level enquiry has been constituted by the GM of Western Railway to look into the incident. (With inputs from Indian Express)last_img read more

Man sent to jail for bomb hoax message


first_imgNew Delhi: A 46-year-old man was arrested from Bara Hindu Rao area for sending hoax bomb message to the staff of Kendriya Vidyalaya in Gole Market on Thursday. Police said that the accused wanted to implicate an innocent person with whom he had argument two years ago. Police identified the accused as Shariq Akhtar, who lives in Bara Hindu Rao area of Sadar Bazar. “He was working as a liaison agent for admission of children in schools particularly in Kendriya Vidyalaya from last five years,” police said. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarDeputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Eish Singhal said that on October 3, they received a complaint from the principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya regarding the hoax bomb scare message. “On receipt of the information Bomb Disposal Squads (BDS) and Dog squad were called on the spot. All the children were shifted to the safe side. Anti Sabotage checks of the school surrounding are got conducted. No bomb was detected,” said DCP Singhal. Later, the accused Shariq Akhtar was nabbed by the team of Inspector Gyanender Rana from Bara Hindu Rao area. DCP Singhal said that the accused confessed that his motive was to entangle one Sajid Khan whom he quarrelled two years ago on the issue of money. “Hence he took a SIM card on the Aadhaar card of Sajid and sent a hoax message,” DCP Singhal.last_img read more

Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway


first_imgCanning (West Bengal): A civic volunteer of West Bengal police died after he was hit by a speeding vehicle on National Highway-117 in South 24 Parganas district, police said on Sunday. The accident occurred at Belpukur under the Kulpi police station area on Saturday night, they said. Prasenjit Ghosh, 30, was managing traffic on the national highway during the Durga puja and was knocked down by a vehicle, a senior police officer said. The body was sent for postmortem, they said.last_img read more

Altaf Qadri—AP Nepa


Altaf Qadri—AP Nepalese victims of Saturday’s earthquake lie inside an Indian Air Force helicopter as they are evacuated from Trishuli Bazar to Kathmandu airport in Nepal on April 27, A U.As a result of controversy surrounding the incident, there has not been any incident.

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In the video,Lal Babu,Constant success only comes to those who unfailingly focus 15-16 hours daily on their businesses and waste very little time on distractions. saritharai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 6 2017 5:18 am Rajendra Singh Top News Water conservationist Rajendra Singh has strongly opposed the Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC’s) Rs 2618-crore river beautification plan for the makeover of rivers that flow through the city “The PMC should work towards protection of rivers rather than their beautification” said Singh after he held a meeting with Municipal Commissioner Kunal Kumar to discuss the issue On Wednesday The Indian Express had reported on the PMC’s river beautification plan for the development of the 44-km river stretch passing through the city including a 222-km stretch of Mula river 104-km stretch of Mutha and 118-km stretch of Mula-Mutha river It proposes setting up 36 immersion tanks for the ‘visarjan’ of Ganesh idols as against the existing 16 The plan has proposed doubling the number of ghats from 20 to 40 and setting up 240 more access points against the existing 53 The PMC has also proposed setting up a barrage near Garware bridge on Mutha river While boating facilities are available in two locations — at the COEP boating club and near Mula-Pacana Sangam — the plan has 16 new locations for boating facilities However Singh said “disturbing” the stretch of river passing through Pune would directly affect the city “The river is in a bad state due to the release of untreated sewage water There is a dire need to protect it” said Singh He claimed that the river beautification plan was aimed at creating an avenue for private companies to make money adding that while a similar project had been implemented at Sabarmati it should not be implemented in the city “The residents of Maharashtra are committed towards the preservation of the environment so they won’t allow attempts to destroy the ecology of the river in the name of beautification” Singh said adding that he had urged the PMC to identify the river area on the basis of old maps and issue a notification about it “I would oppose any concretisation in the Mutha river area We would not allow Metro rail roads or development of new ghats” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | New Delhi | Updated: August 16 2015 11:04 pm Independence Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation from Red Fort New Delhi on Saturday Related News Prime Minister Modi’s Speech on the 69th Independence Day had to take head on the question of credibility The Prime Minister is still immensely popular head and shoulders above any rival But the credibility question has arisen against the backdrop of two facts: his own promises and a sense of a little drift in government An Independence Day Speech is not a Report Card on Government; it is as the Prime Minister put it “a dawn of new dreams and new resolve” Nevertheless even dreams and resolve need to be credible His first speech from Red Fort was a speech of hope Behind it was freshness of a new mandate It also struck a bold stroke weaving new dreams The Prime Minister demonstrated his capacity to use the forum as a creative bully pulpit He boldly sketched out an unusual agenda for India to shift the emphasis away from only state and market failure to social failure He articulated unpalatable truths about India’s abysmal record on sanitation and gender violence No one was under any illusion that these changes would take a long time But he charted a new course READ:OROP is a long-pending issue discussions are underway says PM Modi The Prime Minister struck his characteristic high minded notes Development will be the elixir that dissolves caste and communalism And as always this was direct communication between a leader and the masses trying to enlist the energies of the people In the first year this theme was a promise a gesture of hope But as the term progresses it will not be enough to make this gesture of statement; a lot will depend on the general atmosphere of politics in the country READ:Here are the top issues PM Modi spoke about He began rightly by emphasising that the ultimate yardstick of a government is how well it tackles poverty But the most appropriate characterisation of the speech would be this This was not a speech that was commanding in its logic or even inspirationally exciting by Modi’s own standards But how well he did will depend upon how much charity of interpretation you bring to bear on the speech It will give enough to supporters to defend him on; enough for critics to be skeptical But the need of the hour was something that raised the game beyond the current impasse something that addressed the sense of drift It is hard to argue the speech did that READ:Foreign assets worth Rs 6500 cr disclosed under compliance window: PM Modi He staked his ground implementation His pet theme was that this government has overcome defeatism And he had achievements to report: the expanding reach of Jan Dhana the not inconsiderable achievement of toilet building targets in schools and the rationalisation of provident fund accounts This theme still resonates electorally He also continued the theme of inclusion: from farmers to unorganised labour clearly staking out the position that this government was not pro capital READ:Rahul Gandhi on PM Modi’s I-Day speech: Not a day of politics will talk tomorrow But many of the notes he struck can be read in two ways This is in part because there is no framework that internally coheres His most interesting idea that the government can actually incentivise job creation rather than subsidise capital as it always has is potentially interesting But it could also be a nightmare distortion of both credit and labour markets He wants fertiliser reform But it seems to coexist with same old model of reviving public sector urea factories He wants the Ministry of Agriculture to be a Ministry of Farmers as well He was emphatic on his government’s spotless record on corruption; even more emphatic in defending Black Money legislation But it avoided the issue of charges against BJP government But even more worrying is that we don’t know whether the state has got the bright line between accountability and an overweening state correct He wants Dalits and Women to be included as entrepreneurs through credit targeting by banks As a shift in tone from government employment this is a great change in direction He was wise not to rush into an announcement of One Rank One Pension but whether this was a delaying fudge or real boldness only time will tell He touted auctions as a success; thought artfully gave his government rather than the Supreme Court more credit for it You could give him credit for this; or you could be sceptical that this short term achievement disguises the real problems ahead The problems in the power sector are not only about building more things: they are about structures of pricing and governance The suspicion that in this government there is a lot of activity but no framework will linger The speech was long and it is unfair to expect coverage of everything But for an Independence Day speech the lack of extended reflection on foreign policy was striking perhaps a tactical move to ward off criticism of excessive attention and avoid getting stuck on Pakistan “Minimum Government Maximum Governance” was strikingly absent; as was even a whiff of acknowledgment of the institutional crisis that is hobbling the nation The only administrative reform was abolishing interviews for lower positions The speech was very much a defensive exercise played quite a bit on the back foot; he has gone from being a bully pulpit to being a counsel for the defence There were the exciting phrases “Start Up India” and “Stand Up India” But whether you read “Stand Up India” as a call to begin a new journey or will it feel like the punishment teachers used to meet out by saying “Stand Up remains an open question People will judge it based on their existing political positions The speech’s success was it keeps the flame of overcoming defeatism alive; its limitation was that the direction of our movement is still not entirely clear The alchemy of power is that it turns boldness into defensiveness rather quickly For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Suhas Palshikar | Published: December 31 2015 12:08 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament during the budget session in February (Express Photo by: Neeraj Priyadarshi) Related News Democratic politics takes place before our own eyes and yet often deceives us as to the real contestations A casual look at competitive politics during 2014 would thus tell us that this was a year of setbacks for the BJP This assessment of course would not be wrong After all the BJP failed to win both Delhi and Bihar In Delhi it had been the major opposition for the past decade and a half and given its parliamentary sweep in Delhi it was all set to come to power there In Bihar too Narendra Modi had dented the image of Nitish Kumar during the parliamentary elections a year ago and annexed smaller parties as allies Yet in both elections the BJP failed to gain a majority But let us look at it from a different angle Elections are crucial to a party’s existence and prospects but electoral victories constitute only one part of the ambitions of parties like the BJP Gaining governmental power is not the end it would be satisfied with It nurtures the larger ambition of shaping a new hegemony The Hindutva project in general the RSS as an organisation and Modi’s 2014 electoral campaign all represent this larger ambition The catchy slogan of “Congress-mukt Bharat” has not been adequately understood by Modi’s critics (and much less by the Congress itself) That slogan represented the ambition — not merely to replace the Congress but to constitute a new public reason So electoral upsets notwithstanding how did the BJP move towards this larger goal This year could easily be described as the year of the ideological offensive by the BJP Only by doing so can we make sense of the various disparate developments and understand the implicit link between the maverick extremist fringe and apparently sober elements of Hindutva Four seemingly unconnected developments during the outgoing year represent the offensive The year was dominated by the cow and beef issue This closely followed the emphasis on yoga and occasional demands to promote the Gita From Gita to gaumata each scripted a new set of cultural mores Each one was marshalled to raise the Hindu consciousness with all the ambiguities involved in the complex network of religion and civilisation It is not that the BJP and Hindutva organisations have discovered the cow only now but that at the current juncture we witness an effort to popularise new cultural mores make them dominant through these symbols and markers At one end there is intimidation against the consumption of beef; at another there is a shaping of the new culture that determines and dictates what to eat or wear what and how to celebrate and so on Thus for the so-called fringe the debate was literally about cow and beef But read carefully and it was more about our cultural being as Indians This cultural offensive was closely accompanied by the war over icons history and memory In his first year in power Modi sought to appropriate Gandhi But as I had argued in these columns (‘Cleansing Gandhi of radicalism’ October 7 2014) that was an effort to strip Gandhi of ideas and interpretations inconvenient to the project of Congress-mukt (read Hindutva-based) Bharat Astute politician that he is Modi would not miss the opportunity of similarly appropriating Ambedkar This year thus witnessed a renewed effort to fully situate Ambedkar into the Hindutva way of thinking As any hegemonic project would do not just Gandhi and Ambedkar but almost every historical figure seems appropriated — Bose being the latest example These efforts at ideological remix aim at reconstructing social imagery and committing public imagination to the Hindutva way of thinking Another less commented on — and indeed unconnected — issue is about the constitutional framework It is ironic that the celebrations of Ambedkar as the maker of the Constitution took place alongside small but significant attempts to undermine it This happened on two different fronts During the special session of Parliament the home minister raised the issue of the illegitimacy of the term “secular” state It is surprising but instructive that that comment did not produce any substantive debate Separately we now have at least three states where local electoral frameworks transgress constitutional morality It is not a coincidence that these are all BJP-ruled states where restrictions on contesting local elections or the compulsion to vote are emerging as the new mechanisms to undercut democratic logic But public discussion has focused more on the disappointment with judicial approval than with the legislative decisions in the first place Finally 2015 also saw public protests by intellectuals and artistes against various excesses These protests constituted an inchoate response to both cultural interventions and the culture of violence and intimidation Those who joined in these protests must have been subconsciously aware of the significance of the developments they were protesting against — it was not just some isolated event or knee-jerk response And yet the protests failed to identify the root of the problem — the agenda of building a new hegemony As a result the protests remained confined to details and countering propaganda in a formal and positivist manner They failed to generate public curiosity about and support for the fundamental concerns But there was something else that was most interesting about the “intolerance debate” and the overall politics of ideas This constituted the ideological counter-offensive Perhaps for the first time instead of going on the defensive the BJP and its sympathisers engaged with the “protesters” in a variety of ways The protesters were accused of being pro-Congress and politically motivated; the usual questions were raised about their stand on Kashmiri Pandits and the anti-Sikh violence; the timing of the protests was linked to the Bihar elections; imitating Chomskyan vocabulary the protests were branded as a “manufactured rebellion” Notably fundamental issues were deflected by naming it as the “anti-tolerance” protests Thus the debate was framed and identified not by those who initiated it but by those arguing on behalf of or in favour of the ruling establishment What is of significance is that in consonance with its hegemonic ambitions the BJP and its larger Hindutva universe was ready to intellectually join the debate That itself should be indication enough of the change brought about during this year — notwithstanding its electoral setback the BJP appeared poised for the politics of ideas One more and crucial step in the direction of shaping a new hegemony The writer teaches political science at Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:The Delhi High Court today told the DDCA it "cannot control" what ICC is saying over the issue of lack of completion certificate for the old house club of Ferozshah Kotla ground which may lead to shifting of the semi-final match of World T20 from New Delhi A bench of justices S Muralidhar and Vibhu Bakhru also clarified to the cricketing body that requisite clearances for hosting the match would be subject to the compliances and DDCA should talk to International Cricket Council (ICC) about it "We cannot control what the ICC is saying You (DDCA) have to take it up with the ICC You tell this to ICC It has nothing to do with this court" the bench told the counsel appearing for Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) The Feroz Shah Kotla stadium Getty Images Senior advocate Sandeep Sethi representing DDCA then told the bench he would withdraw the petition which sought a direction to South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) to issue the requisite certificate for the R P Mehra block Sethi also told the bench that DDCA would make appropriate representation on the issue after which the petition was "dismissed as withdrawn" Justice Mudgal appointed by the high court to oversee the functioning of DDCA has asked the cricketing body not to sell tickets of semi-final match for R P Mehra block having a capacity of around 2000 and that it be used only for the broadcasters and the media During the hearing Sethi told the bench that ICC has taken an objection to it and is saying that if any of the blocks remain vacant then the semi-final match would be shifted to other venue "Justice Mudgal says that let it (R P Mehra block) be occupied by press and commentators only We have no problem with it but the ICC says that if the block would not be entirely occupied then the semi-final match may be shifted" Sethi told the court adding that media and commentators cannot fill the entire block When the lawyer said DDCA has no problem with what Justice Mudgal was saying the bench said "your only problem is the ICC" "We cannot give you the permission It has to be in terms of the earlier order passed by this court" the bench observed adding DDCA cannot have the permission without all the requisite clearances During the hearing advocate Sangram Patnaik appearing for DDCA told the bench that issue with the R P Mehra block is for the semi-final match only To this the bench observed "You (DDCA) are answerable to the law You undertook a huge risk You knew about the consequences of the action which you have taken You make sure that you get the certificate Nothing prevents you" When Sethi said SDMC has already granted occupancy certificate to the DDCA the bench said "It is clear that occupancy certificate for the R P Mehra block was not granted" During the hearing Patnaik referred to the mails received from ICC and BCCI and told the bench that "let Justice Mudgal take the decision" The bench however said "He (Mudgal) cannot take a decision He is only assisting this court so that matches can take place here" At this juncture the DDCA also appreciated the works done by Justice Mudgal and said the cricketing body was grateful to him "But the ICC has taken a view that since it is a semi- final match and if complete access is not given then the semi- final match cannot be played here" it said Referring to the prayer sought by the DDCA the bench said "What you will do it is entirely up to you We cannot do what you are praying for" A single judge bench of the high court had yesterday told the DDCA it cannot allow the body to hold matches until it gets the completion certificate and the R P Mehra block was not as per the sanctioned construction plan The semi-final match is slated on March 30 The DDCA had yesterday referred to the National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (special provisions) Second Act 2011 and had said the R P Mehra block cannot be held illegal or unauthorised since the act provides for regularisation of the structure The court had referred to a March 8 order of a division bench before which SDMC had said occupancy certificate was for the entire stadium barring R P Mehra block which falls within 100 metre of a protected monument and lacks clearance from Archaeological Survey of India PTI Written by Express News Service | Published: April 29 2013 1:15 am Related News New Delhi:A three-km-long traffic jam was reported from NH 1Mukundpur Chowkon Sunday morning after a police constable had a tiff with a Haryana Roadways bus driver on the highway According to 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