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So we just let them be and move on to the next family, said Kadkoladding they plan to screen the documentary in their school by October-end They plan to spread awareness about the cause among American citizens and raise funds for it We will do the editing work of the documentary in California which should be completed by August?BMC has been barbaric as far in its stand to demolish these structures.

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Those were Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s exact words as he proposed the legislation to return the acquired land back to the owners. Hayden has smashed 182 sixes in his entire international career while Dhoni is far ahead of the Australian opener, will be addressed in an upcoming Android security bulletin, passion for tennis,8 mm,Bhikharipur, 2015. It is time we took such drives seriously, he said Mungikar said if such drives were launchedgram panchayats could get financial assistance from the Central government Addressing the gatheringDisha Forum president Bharati Chavan said the organisation had decided to plant nearly 10000 saplings on a 75-acre land in the area Lamenting that the area has remained under-developed despite housing the world famous Karla caves and the Ekvira Devi templeChavan appealed to all social and voluntary organisations to join hands to add to the green cover of the region Vehergaon sarpanch Reshma DevkarLions Club of Lonavla president Jeetandra Botre and forecast officer G B Gavde among others were present on the occasion For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 7 2017 12:36 pm Sebastian Munoz credited his lowest ever round on tour to a tournament eve putting tip from Spanish pro Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Source: Reuters) Top News Colombian Sebastian Munoz stormed home with a late birdie blitz to grab a two-shot lead over Davis Love III after the opening round of the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Thursday After a bogey at the 13th Munoz began his charge by running in a 20-footer at the par-four 14th and three shorter birdie putts at subsequent holes put him clear at the top of the leaderboard A par at the last gave him a nine-under-par 61 relegating Love to second place with the seven-under 63 he had crafted in perfect morning conditions on the Old White TPC in West Sulphur Springs Love last year’s winning US Ryder Cup captain had turned back the clock with a sizzling start reminiscent of the halcyon days of the 1990s and early 2000s when he was a regular winner on the PGA Tour The 53-year-old American picked up four birdies in his first five holes before capping a glorious day with a 45-foot chip-in for birdie at the 17th “It’s about as good as it gets” he told PGATour radio after posting his lowest score on tour since 2002 “I hit it stiff at the first hole made a nice putt at the second hole I was rolling it real well hitting it real well” The 1997 US PGA Championship winner who caddied for his son Dru at the US Open last month arrived at the Greenbrier having missed the cut in his last four starts on tour He found a spark at least for one day on a course that is not overly long by modern standards Love was one of the longest drivers back in his prime the last prominent player to give up traditional persimmon woods in favour of metal but these days he plays within himself “I’ve been working real hard the last couple of weeks on trying to fix my swing swing around a stiff back and a stiff hip” he said “I’ve put a lot of time in hitting balls and getting back to hitting it solid I’ve given up on hitting it a long way I’ve just got to hit it straight This is a perfect golf course for me” Munoz credited his lowest ever round on tour to a tournament eve putting tip from Spanish pro Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano “Yesterday I had no idea what I was going to do I didn’t feel comfortable” Munoz told reporters “I just talked to (Fernandez-Castano) for ten minutes and things kind of clicked It was a good surprise He helped me figure out some stuff and definitely worked” The advice Munoz revealed was to focus his eyes on the front of the ball and not worry about making a perfect stroke Danny Lee was among a group of six players on 64 the New Zealander having had to wait two years for a chance to defend his title after flooding forced the cancellation of the tournament last year For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: March 9 2017 9:21 am The administration will fill 30 posts of Professors in various departments one post each of additional and associate professors and 47 assistant professors Express Archives Top News The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) administration has ‘chargesheeted’ a senior faculty member and head of department accused of “plagiarism” The doctor has been given two weeks’ time to reply to the institute’s chargesheet Last year three PGI doctors accused of “unethical practices” and found guilty of “plagiarism” were chargesheeted by the institute’s administration Sources told Chandigarh Newsline on Wednesday that the head of parasitology department Dr Rakesh Sehgal has been issued a chargesheet in a plagiarism case “The governing body of the institute had directed to initiate action against four of the accused doctors Three of them were chargesheeted earlier and another doctor [Dr Sehgal] was issued a chargesheet on Tuesday” a senior PGI official said He said the institute would wait for the reply and the process to appoint an inquiry officer in the case is underwayDr Sehgal was not available for comment Watch What Else Is Making News Last year four doctors including two head of departments were issued notices by the then Director Prof Yogesh Chawla The governing body of the institute had asked the director to initiate action against the accused doctors Subsequently the administration then served notices to Dr Pinaki Dutta from the department of endocrinology Dr Amitava Chakravarti head pharmacology department; Dr Santosh Kumar from the department of urology and head of parasitology department Dr Rakesh Sehgal Three of the doctors were then chargesheeted The matter of plagiarism was raised earlier in the governing body of the institute “Recently it has been brought to the notice of the PGI administration that some of its faculty members are indulging in unethical practices in research projects…In all the institute received four complaints by way of media/press reports made by the fellow faculty members” read the minutes of the governing body meeting Subsequently PGI formed its own anti-plagiarism rules to prevent plagiarism incidents at the institute If the plagiarism is detected the guidelines said it would be discussed by a committee constituted to examine the matter in a time-bound manner For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 20 2017 2:48 pm Smith started his career as a leg-break bowlerand has matured as a batsman as he gears up for his 100th ODI PTI Related News From starting as a leg-break bowlerto scoring a hundred in a high-pressure World Cup semi-final Australia captain Steve Smith feels he has matured quite a lot as he gears up play his landmark 100th ODI “I think I have evolved a lot as a white ball player?


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