” Directed by Ashwiny Iyer, he does not have much secular credibility.Padamkant Dwivedi, Chaudhary.
Monkey Bar has finally made its way to Mumbai (the first outpost opened in Bangalore in 2012) with its signature cocktails and a menu that celebrates Indian regional cuisine, saying that multiple tax rates and flawed implementation have made it a reality far from the original idea of a "one nation, there was nothing to prove that the blood samples belonged to the victim,000-run mark. insisting he was a winner who aims to return the club to its traditional position of dominance. said the last few months had been personal “disaster” and that he was honoured and delighted to take over at the club. The buffalo milk purchase prices will probably be increased from Rs 25 to Rs 27 and the sale price may go up from Rs 40 to Rs 43, said an officialwho did not wish to be named For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 16 2013 1:29 am Related News Vinayak Bawadekar scored a run a ball 67 not out as Sakal Group made light of the target and beat Sujanil by four wickets to storm into the semifinals of the Inter Corporate Cricket Champions Cup The fourth quarterfinal saw Mahesh Bank surviving a last over thriller and beat Mather and Platt by two wickets to make it to the April 20 semifinals Electing to bat on a pitch full of runsSujanil began tentatively with Rohan Damle (42) and Yash Nahar (27) For Sakal Group Sushil Sankpal (2 for 22) and Vaibhav Chogule (2 for 29) kept up the pressure as Sujanil managed to score 149 for eight in 20 overs Chasing a challenging totalSakal Group was always in the hunt with Bawadekar going hammer and tongs His unbeaten 67 from 34 balls had five fours and four sixes that gave Sakal a solid foundation to bank upon Bawadekar brought up his 50 in 29 balls even as Omkar Khatpe hit 27 Sakal Group reached the target with 8 balls to spare The fourth quarterfinal was much more intense as the match went to the wireand into the last over Mather and Platt won the toss and elected to bat and put up 161 for eight in 20 overs with Saiprasad Kaimoni (35)Faiyaz Landge (33 not out) and Prathamesh Pawar (30) being the scorers Mahesh Bank lost early wickets but held on as Manoj Shirole (37) and Ashok Gaikwad (35) scored crucial runs in the middle overs Amit Singh (27) and Naushad Shaikh (24) then saw off the final overs before Mahesh Bank cruised to the target with two balls to spare Brief scores: Sujanil 149 for 8 in 20 overs (R Damle 42Y Nahar 27R Rathod 21; S Sankpal 2/22V Chogule 2/29) lost to Sakal Group 150 for 6 in 182 overs (V Bawadekar 67 noO Khatpe 27; V Deshmukh 3/22) Mather & Platt 161 for 8 in 20 overs (S Kaimoni 35F Landge 33 noP Pawar 30; S Udeshi 2/19) lost to Mahesh Bank 162 for 8 in 194 overs (M Shirole 37A Gaikwad 35A Singh 27N Shaikh 24; Prathamesh Pawar 3/33) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBeirut: With new losses the Islamic State group has been driven from more than 96 percent of the large parts of Iraq and Syria it once held crushing its goal of establishing a "caliphate" in the region Syrian president Bashar Assad’s military on Fridayannounced the capture of the eastern Syrian city of Deir el-Zour while Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi proclaimed victory in retaking the town of Qaim on the border the militants’ last significant urban area in Iraq The militants are left fighting for a final stretch inside Syria and desert regions along the Iraq-Syria border Three years ago they had defiantly erased that line knocking down berms marking the frontier Since then they have lost infrastructure resources supply routes control over about 8 million people and most importantly administration of a contiguous territory The extremist group may still prove to be a major challenge for months as it turns to a clandestine insurgency Representational image AP Iraqi forces’ last conventional military fight against Islamic State played out in Qaim on the western edge of Anbar province along the border with Syria Operations began there in the last week of October On Friday Iraq said it now controls the town and the nearby border crossing with Syria The crossing in the Euphrates River Valley was used by Islamic State to move fighters and supplies between the two countries when the group controlled nearly a third of Iraqi territory Brett McGurk the US envoy for the fight against the Islamic State group said on Thursday the group is now facing "annihilation" with the losses in western Iraq and nearly 96 percent of its territory He earlier said 66 million people have been liberated as the group lost over 90000 square kilometers (35000 square miles) in the last year The Islamic State "has not reclaimed single meter of this ground Migrant and refugee flows reversed" McGurk tweeted Thursday The Syrian government declared Friday that it has taken full control of Deir el-Zour where its troops and tens of thousands of civilians have been besieged by IS militants for nearly three years General Ali Mayhoub spokesman for the Syrian army called it a strategic victory noting Deir el-Zour’s location on a crossroads linking Syria’s eastern northern and central regions and its role in distributing the province’s oil Mayhoub said Islamic State militants are now isolated and encircled in the countryside east of the city Government forces are focused on Boukamal the last Islamic State urban center in Syria Kurdish forces backed by the US also are making a bid for the strategic border town from the other side of the Euphrates renewing fears of a confrontation between the two forces seeking to control the border area Raqqa the Islamic State group’s de-facto capital fell to Kurdish-led forces on 17 October four months after operations to reclaim it began The city was the group’s hub of operations and its capture was a major symbolic blow The first city to fall into Islamic State hands foreign fighters flocked to Raqqa The US-led coalition estimated that 40000 fighters from Europe North Africa and Asia once flowed into Islamic State territory The group carried out beheadings and other killings in a public square in Raqqa to try to project its ruthless nature The city also was the center of its media operations where videos about the benefits of life under Islamic State were produced Planning for some of the major violence in Europe was traced to Raqqa including the deadly attacks in Paris in 2015 and in Brussels in 2016 On 14 October the Syrian government said its troops and allied fighters seized the town of Mayadeen on the western bank of the Euphrates River The town had become a refuge for the militant group’s leaders from fighting in Raqqa and Deir el-Zour to the north and Iraq to the east Mayadeen was also a major point in the race for control of the oil-rich eastern Deir el-Zour province Washington has feared advances by Syrian troops and allied fighters toward the Iraqi border could help Iran expand its influence in the region and establish a "Shiite corridor" of land links from Iraq to Lebanon and all the way to Israel Iran backs militias fighting alongside the Syrian military Published: April 11 2014 12:59 am Related News With Congress ‘losing’ their candidate in Gautam Buddh Nagar to the BJP those planning to vote for the Congress were left stranded The party at the last minute decided not to support either the BSP or the SP in the constituency The Congress was left red-faced after their candidate Ramesh Chand Tomar joined the BJP after nominations had been filed and the date for the withdrawal had lapsed As a result the Congress was left without a candidate in the constituency on polling day And just a day ahead of polling on Wednesday the Supreme Court dismissed a petition seeking postponement of polling due to the defection The predicament of voters on Thursday was best summed up by Dhirendra Singh the UP spokesperson for the Congress “Workers have been asked to vote according to their zameer (conscience) We will not support any party” he said With no Congress candidate in the fray party workers were perhaps the most confused Many said they decided to exercise the NOTA option Yet others decided to still vote for the Congress “I voted for the Congress Even though there’s no candidate there was a button for the Congress on the EVM The vote will get cancelled But I couldn’t bring myself to waste my vote on NOTA” Shailendra Singh a Congress worker said The main candidates in the fray were BJP’s Mahesh Sharma BSP’s Satish Awana AAP’s K P Singh and SP candidate Narender Bhati There were some who switched allegiance last minute “My family has always voted for the Congress But this year we voted differently because we didn’t have a Congress candidate” Ramesh Kumar a resident of Sorkha village said While the Congress’s strength in the constituency has been waning leaders in the party said the defection would possibly aid the SP “It seems that the SP will benefit the most from Tomar’s defection as there was a lot of anti-incumbency on the sitting BSP MP In this case its logical that the anti-BJP votes would go to the SP” a Congress worker said With 6184 per cent of the total 1936 lakh electorate exercising its franchise on Thursday Gautam Buddh Nagar saw an increase of 13 per cent in turnout when compared to 4854 per cent turnout in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls The maximum voting (6506%) took place in Khurja Assembly segment — the only reserved segment The urban hub of Noida saw the lowest voter-turnout at 554% For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 9 2013 2:21 am Related News Medical students in the Capital gave their classes a miss on Thursday to turn up for a protest at Jantar Mantar against the compulsory rural posting of doctors that would add an extra year to the five-year MBBS curriculum and what they called the huge disparity between undergraduate and postgraduate seats in medical education. 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