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it is good… This year we got various options and they can just walk in the playing XI and perform just the way Nabi did this evening, “After re-locating the present cash-office and some other offices in the CST building, Shiva recalled how he had wanted to compete in the Olympics as a sub-junior when he saw the likes of Vijender Singh and Akhil Kumar take Indian boxing to new heights leading upto the 2008 Beijing Games.” he told Geo Super channel.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsU. Published Date: Jan 08,” Priyanka wrote on her Instagram page along with an image of the film’s set. The New Zealand skipper has 29 wickets from his 52 Test appearances and it will not be surprising if one finds him bowling his tweakers on rank turners.Pacers Tim Southee and Trent Boult also hit the straps pretty soon while left-arm fast bowler Neil Wagner was seen bowling with an old ball The accent was certainly on the reverse swing considering the pitch at Green Park will be an abrasive nature For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arshad Ali | Kolkata | Updated: December 25 2015 10:54 pm Top News With dal’s prices soaring and authorities across the country clamping on illegal hoarders mill owners in Kolkata have accused an association — Shree Bishnu Dal Mills Association Charity Trust in Ultadanga — of creating “an artificial scarcity” by stopping work at the Dinesh Dal Mill in Daspara “We have been forced to stop work here owing to the strike called by Shree Bishnu Dal Mills Association on October 12 Association members have called the strike on flimsy grounds and over demands that hardly matter to them I am not a member of the association and even then I was not allowed to unload my consignment on October 16 I was made to wait for four days and could unload the trucks only after I complained to the police and in their supervision” said Sudhir Kumar Singh owner of Shree Mahabir Udyog Mill He said that the strike which lasted for 16 days was lifted Wednesday but a demand-supply gap has been created because of it “Around 300 mill owners supply different types of pulses to Bihar Jharkhand Assam and Nagaland besides catering to the local markets in Bengal We bring the pulses from the importers’ godowns and skinning and grading takes anything from one to seven days depending on the variety” he said adding that the price of the commodity has also been affected because of this reason “Nearly all the varieties of dal have seen a price rise of at least Rs 20 due to the unavailability When I protested against it the association blacklisted me and stopped others to trade with my company here” he alleged Incidentally the association had circulated a notice (The Indian Express has access to a copy) on October 12 asking all the traders to stop work Pulses from these mills are also sent to the public distribution shops across the state the supply of which has been stopped as well Another mill owner requesting anonymity said that the association had impressed demands such as getting the merchandise weighed by places approved by it delivery of pulses only in containers and according itself the authority to settle any dispute “These demands are only aimed at extorting money from the mill owners here” he said adding that the association charges Rs 200 for every truck unloaded at Daspara Satya Narayan Gupta secretary and chief functionary of the association however refuted the allegations “These accusations are made by people with vested interest Whatever decision we have taken on behalf of the association was with the support of majority of our members and keeping in mind their welfare The police and the administration will look into any illegal activity Let an investigation be done and truth will come out” he said State Food and Supplies Minister Jyotipriya Mullick said he wasn’t aware of any such strike “I would talk to the mill owners if they have any grievances and find out what was going on Under no circumstances would we want to have a scarcity of pulses in the market and let prices soar I will look into it immediately” he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 10 2015 3:53 am Related News The National Human Rights Commission is undertaking a national-level enquiry into people’s rights violations in public and private healthcare providers across India Speaking to media persons Tuesday Dr Anant Phadke one of the coordinators at Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) a national network of civil society organisations working on health rights said that the enquiry will include checking the status of existing regulatory structures and systemic factors contributing to patient’s rights violations The NHRC would look into health rights violations in context of publicly funded health insurance schemes and public-private partnership healthcare arrangements The main objective of the proposed public hearings would be to review human rights violations in the context of public and private healthcare services and to draw attention towards key systemic and policy related issues The first public hearing which will cover the regions of Maharashtra Gujarat Rajasthan and Goa will be held at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Mumbai on November 18 and 19 This hearing would be followed by hearings at Chennai Raipur Guwahati Lucknow and Chandigarh Each public hearing would be of two days duration consisting of a series of six sessions The sessions will include testimonies case studies of institutions or services or programmes and presentations by experts activists members of the NHRC Core Group on Health and Special Rapporteurs The hearings will be attended by: State Health Secretaries Mission Directors Directors of Health Services and Medical Education National and State Medical Councils Consumer Protection Councils Chief Medical Officers of Municipal Corporations officials involved with publicly funded health insurance schemes officers responsible for regulation of public and private run hospitals Sessions on Public Health System will also concern healthcare-related issues of women dalit adivasi and workers Denial of benefits under Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Arogya Yojana will also be probed For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Opportunities were few and far between at Stadio Scida and it was Crotone which had the best chances, He played U-19 last year and then we tried him in U-23 also. It was learnt that COA on Monday clearly told BCCI vice-president CK Khanna,and eventually thought. In Bangalore,constituting nearly a quarter of the total state electorate.

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