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Were you present when the incident happened? the SDM asked Diwan To thisDiwan said? Till then, Police said Darell had claimed that she would convince the director of her company identified as Donald Morgan to purchase one seed packet for around Rs 4 lakh. which means the students were asked not to disclose their results,It is a clear case of ceasefire violation. he said she is “a powerhouse performer and an invaluable source of Indian culture”. Besides the diaries, which is good, as renegades.

we leave it to you to decide which Spidey looks better – AbRam or Azlaan. it not a mandotary event and the host city has an option of adding the game. quick and good in the air. who had four top-10 finishes last season including second in the Bridgestone Invitational, “I’m really excited to play because I have been playing well,had scaled the compound wall of the Home in Nizampura and fled.was reportedly busy dealing with the case of another woman when Yadav slipped out. After the thousands of conversations last year on #MeToo – which made feminism the word of 2017 – this is the incident that has thrown into sharp relief the one question we should’ve all been asking: what can be done now?This allows us a sliver of hope That we can take forward the conversation of #MeToo and use it to remove the good law of the jungle and introduce the bad law of civilisation First we should stop the trial by media This endless ranting ends as such in rants forgotten for the next sensational headline What we need is for laws to be changed in India and around the world Secondly we should talk about sex and dating to men and women We should teach men that they do not have to approach every woman like a conquest in a dirty old Hindi movie We should teach men to understand what non-verbal and verbal cues mean Women should also not expect men to be the only ones to change That is assigning them the very power we are fighting against Women need to be told that it is okay to say NO – loudly clearly and emphatically You cannot expect someone to read your mind If someone makes you uncomfortable you cannot smile and suffer through it; walk out with dignity and assertion You can say no without being confrontational You can draw the boundary and ask for what you want whether it’s romance or a one-night stand without feeling guilty for getting what you deserve You can stop being the abla nari and become a krantikaari Be brave Be assertive Be a man without the props It’s 2018 We’ve had the conversations We’ve paid our dues Perhaps the reason this incident has unfolded the way it has right at the start of the year is to give us the opportunity to take #MeToo to the next level I end with what I said in my tweet: We may still be teaching men like #AzizAnsari about consent but accusing a man of sexual misconduct comes with a responsibility to the truth Sorry but bad foreplay does not constitute sexual harassment and #MeToo is not a bandwagon that every woman has to jump on Meghna Pant is an award-winning author columnist feminist and TEDx Speaker You can follow her on Twitter @MeghnaPant Published Date: Jan 17 2018 12:46 PM | Updated Date: Jan 17 2018 12:46 PM tags: #Aziz Ansari #Babe #consent and assault #Grace #Hollywood #InMyOpinion #Meghna Pant #MeToo also see Aziz Ansari politics of modern dating and the thin line between a bad date and sexual assault Aziz Ansari on sexual misconduct claims: ‘Encounter was completely consensual by all indications’ Aziz Ansari sexual misconduct allegation: We need to urgently talk about sex and consent By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 21 2016 1:34 am The Bombay High Court Related News After issuing notices seeking to take back open spaces adopted by 36 private entities the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will now prevent any delays in getting the possession of these plots by filing caveats in the Bombay High Court A civic official said some of the parties to whom notices have been issued are likely to approach the court seeking a stay on the notices”Once the court passes an order the matter will then be stuck for years So we have decided to file caveats to ensure that our side will also be heard by the court before passing any order” said a senior official After facing public outcry over the contentious open spaces policy the civic body has issued notices to take back 36 plots in the first phase of the effort Civic officials said that it will soon start issuing notices to take back the remaining plots among the 216 given on adoption basis to private entities Share This Article Related Article The civic body’s move comes following directions issued by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to review the open spaces policy and to take back plots where the agreement period had expired Last week open spaces policy was passed allowing the BMC to give away plots reserved for recreational grounds and playgrounds for adoption to private entities for a period of five years The policy gave preference to organisations with an annual turnover of over Rs 5 crore The policy met with strong opposition from activists and political parties barring the Shiv Sena [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: February 16 2016 3:16 am Office of Chandigarh Housing Board in Sector 9 of Chandigarh (Express file photo) Related News THE UT Administration is all set to launch another initiative for citizen welfare: online registration of immovable properties The administration is in the final stages of launching the online facility for the immovable property registration in the city The move aims at plugging revenue leakage reducing disputes ensuring transparency and offering residents a seamless experience For the implementation of the project the entire land record with the UT Estate Office the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) Municipal Corporation and Group Housing Cooperative Societies will be integrated in a software being developed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) A file of each property with unique number will be generated and electronic signatures will be used to transfer and register immovable property online The estate office has completed digitisation of the records At present the process of registration of an immovable property in the city consumes a lot of time and is marred by red tape which leads to flourishing of touts The immovable properties are registered at sub-registrar office under the Indian Registration Act and Registration Manual An applicant has to undergo a long-drawn process from submitting of documents duly executed in true form between the parties as per procedure laid down in the Act before the sub-registrar The property is registered after the sub-registrar verifies all the documents and payment of prescribed stamp duty by the applicant Share This Article Related Article Sub-registrar Amarinder Singh says that under the proposed system the applicant shall not be required to separately apply for mutation of property “After the process of registry is complete the title of the property will be transferred to the application without mutation” he adds Lauding the initiative Kamaljit Singh Panchi president of Chandigarh Federation of Property Dealers says that the residents will be saved from harassment at the hands of officials The proposed system will also help the authorities in getting rid of touts and middlemen Despite repeated attempts UT Deputy Commissioner Ajit Balaji Joshi was not available for comment The estate office is also in the process to start online service for building plans The estate office is getting a software developed which will be used for scrutinising the plans submitted for approval The move aims at streamlining the process and reducing the time taken in approving the plans For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington:President Donald Trump on Saturday attacked The New York Times and its "sick agenda" alleging that one of the paper’s reports thwarted a US bid to take out Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi "The Failing New York Times foiled US attempt to kill the single most wanted terrorist Al-Baghdadi Their sick agenda over National Security" Trump wrote in one of a barrage of early morning tweets The Failing New York Times foiled US attempt to kill the single most wanted terroristAl-BaghdadiTheir sick agenda over National Security — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 22 2017 Trump did not expand on his charge against The Times or explain what revelation by the daily is supposed to have hampered Baghdadi’s capture The New York Times told the Politico news site in a statement: "We have asked the White House to clarify the tweet" File image of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi AP US media suggested that Trump may have been referring to a Fox News report about comments made by a top general at a security conference on Friday in Aspen Colorado At that gathering General Tony Thomas — head of the US military’s Special Operations Command — reportedly said that American forces at one point came "particularly close" to Baghdadi after a 2015 raid recovered information about the Islamic State group Fox News reported that Thomas said US troops had "a very good lead" on the Islamic State leader’s whereabouts "Unfortunately it was leaked in a prominent national newspaper about a week later and that lead went dead" Thomas reportedly said at the forum US secretary of defense James Mattis said on Friday that he believes Baghdadi is still alive following various claims in recent months that he has been killed "We are going after him but we assume he is alive" the Pentagon chief said There have been persistent rumors that Baghdadi has died in recent months With a $25 million US bounty on his head Baghdadi has kept a low profile but is rumored to move regularly throughout Islamic State-held territory in Iraq and Syria The Iraqi — nicknamed "The Ghost" — has not been seen since making his only known public appearance as "caliph" in 2014 at the Grand Mosque of Al-Nuri in Mosul which was destroyed in the battle for Iraq’s second city The Times has become a favorite Trump target despite his penchant for reaching out to the daily including this week when he gave its reporters a major interview in which he criticized his own Attorney General Jeff Sessions In Saturday’s tweetstorm Trump railed against The Washington Post which is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for its "illegal leaks" "A new INTELLIGENCE LEAK from the Amazon Washington Post this time against AG Jeff Sessions" he wrote on Twitter adding "These illegal leaks. must stop" A new INTELLIGENCE LEAK from the Amazon Washington Postthis time against AG Jeff SessionsThese illegal leaks like Comey’s must stop — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 22 2017 He also groused about some of his favorite targets: the failure of US lawmakers to repeal "dead" Obamacare Democratic "obstructionists" and alleged "ties to Russia" by Hillary Clinton his defeated opponent in the 2016 presidential election Ten years ago South Africa was a diminished cricket powerhouse After a highly successful period following their readmission in 1992 South African cricket had yet to fully recover from the turmoil of match fixing in 2000 that culminated in revered captain Hansie Cronje being banned for life Graeme Smith aged just 22 had been appointed captain in 2003 and helped transition South Africa into a new era away from the stench of match fixing But South Africa while still resolute and earnest were treading water South Africa Test captain Hashim Amla (lef) with Faf du Plessis AFP South Africa lost five consecutive Tests in the mid-2000s to Australia including embarrassingly losing three straight at home They also lost at home to England and away series in India and Sri Lanka From 2004-2006 South Africa shockingly lost six of nine series and won only against the dregs – West Indies Zimbabwe and New Zealand Mickey Arthur became South Africa’s coach in the midst of that flux Despite South Africa’s mediocre performances he was adamant there was enough talent He believed South Africa could not only have a renaissance but had the ability to surpass the deeds of South Africa’s golden generation of the 1990s and become the best team in cricket A number of highly precocious players headlined by AB de Villiers Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn were making their way through the ranks so the future looked bright But the team as a collective needed direction and an uncompromising purpose In one of his first team meetings Arthur challenged the players to strive for greatness “I wanted to instill that into them when I took over as coach” Arthur tells Firstpost “I distinctly remember having that conversation We wanted to be number one in the world but we couldn’t just win all the series at home in our comfort zone” Arthur recognised South Africa needed to regain their home dominance but to truly become a force they needed to be comfortable in all conditions and play well abroad Since losing in Sri Lanka in mid-2006 South Africa have not lost a Test series abroad During the past nine-and-a-half years they have played 15 series abroad winning 10 of them South Africa have memorably won twice in Australia and England including perhaps their greatest achievement in ending Australia’s 15-year home unbeaten streak in 2008-09 They have won everywhere except in the UAE (although they did win in Pakistan in late 2007) and in India where they have drawn twice but have not played Tests since early 2010 Arthur believes winning in India and in conditions so demanding and foreign is “very tough” for teams outside the sub-continent He thinks this current series is the final frontier for this group of South African players to accomplish very much like Australia’s similar quest during their tour of India in late 2004 “India’s such a difficult and tough place to play” Arthur says “I think the wickets will turn and turn a lot It is likely to be what we (when Arthur coached Australia) faced in 2013 and the wickets were diabolical They resembled a beach by day two India clearly back their spinners “But South Africa has been able to maintain their success in all conditions and that is the hallmark of a really good side” Winning in India could somewhat change South Africa’s perception While they are acknowledged as Test’s best and clearly the most consistent team since Australia’s impregnable team started to decline in 2007 there’s no doubt they are underappreciated For context Australia during their peak from 1995-2007 lost two series and a one-off Test in India one series in Sri Lanka and once in England Of course that great Australian team – and the West Indies circa the 1980s – were winning matches at a blistering rate Those two teams endure because they eviscerated the opposition so ruthlessly They were memorable and won with a high dose of panache South Africa ever conservative have been content in grinding their opposition into submission It hasn’t been as pretty or entertaining to watch but nonetheless it has been highly effective Arthur believes South Africa has been underrated but rates them a cog below those two great modern teams “I think they are under-appreciated” Arthur says “You always judge a team on how they perform abroad and South Africa have done that The best wins when I was coach were when we won in England and Australia particularly in Australia because that was the first time we had won there It was a tough tour and winning there was particularly sweet “South Africa are not as dominant as the great West Indian and Australian teams but they are still a great team in their own right” Despite the retirements of Smith and Jacques Kallis in recent years and Dale Steyn likely to be reaching the end of his peak Arthur is bullish South Africa can maintain their excellence for years to come “I think they keep going because they still have a great core and are a quality outfit” he says “Continuity has been a major key The younger guys when I started as coach have become senior players now and are really leading by example “Just about all the current test teams are strong at home but struggle when conditions are not favourable South Africa is the exception That is why they are so good and can’t be discounted whenever and wherever they play” to poetry ? went live on Thursday ( September 15) at 12 noon and started selling the tickets ranged from Rs 5000 to Rs 12000 each.

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