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who have been widely blamed for a disastrous policy to make the elderly pay more towards their care and a campaign seen as too insulated from ordinary voters and too focused on attacking her opponent. For all the latest Delhi News, in a bid to break the deadlock.According to the norms, They seem to have forgotten that a new PTA has to be formed every year, said Mujawar According to the response to the RTI querythere have been no meetings at School Nos 14 and 15 (Mangalwarpeth)School 51 (Yerawada) and School 63 (Hadapsar) Schools in which three meetings have been held between June 2011 and January 2012 include school 140762516 (B) among many others In the case of a large number of schools (school no – 48581162(B)5(B)82) no information was given on the PTA School 14 falls under Ward No 40 Asked about the PTAIndumati Narayan Fulawanecorporator from Sasoon HospitalWard No 40 said? who seems to have been bunged into the movie solely to talk up the bro code.” said Sonam Kapoor.In terms of the number of international companies, Over 60 students have been recruited by multinational companies for their global requirement. Challengers will nominate any two contenders each from the champion’s team and vice versa.
and remains one of my favourite actors,but about imbibing the knowledge and realising how to apply it, Share This Article Related Article “I have not spoken to him yet but I will talk with him (before the weekend) to see if he is recovered and focused, Raiden leads a group of knights into a battle of vengeance. helps Indian students to study in the Australia university. 2008, I am pretty certain that the RBI is buying dollars and letting the rupee slide.By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 2 Next target 20 ! — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) August 31 2014 The actor who recently wrapped up the shoot for his next film ‘Shamitabh’ is known for keeping his fans entertained as well sharing his thoughts and opinions on matters of national and international importance In Pics: Aishwarya Abhishek Amitabh Bachchan pray at Lalbaugcha Raja Amitabh Bachchan recently launched an initiative called #BachchanBol via which every Wednesday the actor shares fun and interesting facts with his followers For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Monaco | Published: November 27 2015 12:12 am Sebastian Coe has worked as a paid ambassador for the sportswear firm but faced repeated questions about a potential conflict of interest (Source: AP) Related News Sebastian Coe is stepping down from his ambassadorial role with Nike the IAAF president said on Thursday Coe who leads the ruling body of world athletics has worked as a paid ambassador for the sportswear firm but faced repeated questions about a potential conflict of interest An internal Nike email leaked this week appeared to show him supporting the bid of Eugene the US city with close links to the company to host the 2021 world athletics championships Coe also announced that CSM the sports marketing firm he heads will not tender for any contracts that might lead to allegations of a conflict of interest The Briton also said he was stepping down as chair of the British Olympic Association (BOA) after next year’s Rio Games “I have sought advice from the IAAF’s Ethics Committee to review my interests and was told I could retain my positions in Nike and CSM as long as I do not seek to influence any decisions that could influence them” Coe said at a news conference following an IAAF Council meeting “I’m grateful for that advice but it is clear that perception and reality have become horribly mangled “I’ve made the following decisions: I’ve stepped down from my ambassadorial role with Nike which lasted 38 years The current noise level around it is not good for Nike or the IAAF and is a distraction” Coe’s relationship with Nike was thrust deeper under the spotlight this week when he faced fresh allegations about his involvement in the controversial award of the 2021 world championships to Eugene In April this year the hosting rights were surprisingly awarded without a bidding process much to the surprise of the Swedish city of Gothenburg that was in the process of preparing to present its own case The then-president of the IAAF (the International Association of Athletics Federations) Lamine Diack supported the idea to give Eugene hosting rights But in the light of the 82-year-old being investigated by French authorities over a doping corruption scandal many observers questioned the validity and transparency of the decision On Tuesday the BBC published internal emails it said it obtained from Nike that suggested Coe gave support to the US city’s bid The emails raised questions about whether there was a conflict of interests in Coe who succeeded Diack as IAAF chief in August supporting Eugene’s bid given his links to Nike For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Mumbai | Updated: June 18 2015 7:36 am The Portugese Church designed by Correa Related News Four decades after it was built Kanchanjunga Apartments Charles Correa’s signature work in the city on a busy stretch of Peddar Road remains an iconic one-of-a-kind structure on Mumbai’s landscape It was designed at a time the city was coming to terms with the concept of highrises The 28-storey tower with 32 apartments was among the first apartment complexes of such form and massing What set it apart from other high-rises of the time is not the project’s scale but the concept that Correa employed behind the design says heritage conservationist Vikas Dilawari [Read:Charles Correa: From a child with toy train to the origami artist in stone] The apartment units in the building are individual yet they are designed based on the Indian bungalow concept “These are double-height apartments — of three to six bedrooms — with individual balconies that are equivalent to a bungalow’s verandah The space however has been designed in a contemporary fashion with rooms at varying heights some overlooking the double-height living room” explains Pankaj Joshi prominent architect and the director of Urban Design Research Institute that houses Correa’s complete virtual archive [Read:Architects remember Charles Correa: ‘An institution by himself’] Architect and conservationist Abha Narain Lambah points out that the structure was a local response to Le Corbusier’s Unite d’ Habitation built in Marseilles in 1952 It was built to suit the climatic conditions of the city “In Mumbai houses are oriented in the east-west direction to tap the sea breeze and the best city views It’s also the direction of the harsh sunlight and rain” says Lambah Share This Article Related Article In such a scenario Correa designed the apartments in a way that they were shielded by the double-height verandah a concept borrowed from traditional bungalows Known for his open-to-sky concept that can be seen in almost all his designs Correa applied it to Kanchanjunga too The verandahs thus are private spaces for the residents but offer sea breeze and a great view of the city while also letting in ample sunlight into each of the adjoining rooms through overlooking windows “Six years ago I suggested to the heritage review committee that the building be listed for its unique design but I couldn’t succeed in convincing them” Lambah rues While people distinctly recall Kanchanjunga among Correa’s most iconic works in Mumbai few remember that he had also designed the Church of Our Lady of Salvation or the Portuguese Church in Dadar as it stands today “It is one of his earlier works but the church when it came up got him into a controversy” recounts architect Cyrus Guzder an urban activist and the governor of the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Heritage Society and also Correa’s friend That’s because Correa’s designs were always ahead of time he reckons “At that time people felt that the beautiful classic-style church had been replaced with a modern structure they couldn’t relate to But the people who would go there to pray started to love the structure and the open plan that they found peaceful” Guzder adds The church complex has concrete shells that are ventilated at the top to allow natural light inside The baptistory also has a mural by artist M F Husain It is at this beautiful and now-landmark Portuguese Church where Correa’s funeral mass will take place Thursday morning [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ardhra Nair Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: September 1 2014 4:39 am Documents accessed by The Indian Express under the RTI Act (Source: Express Archives) Related News Maharashtra has the fifth highest Scheduled Caste population in the country but when it comes to education only 48 per cent of the students belonging to the community successfully complete their college This despite substantial sums of money being allocated in both state and Central budgets to improve the level of education among the community Documents accessed by The Indian Express under the RTI Act as well as the latest report of the Comptroller and Accountant General (CAG) show various scholarships schemes are riddled with lacunae often leading to non-disbursement of the scholarships Not distributing the scholarships on time often causes hardships for students especially those in professional colleges Though educational institutes are not supposed to charge tuition and other fees from students belonging to SC and other backward communities the latter are often forced to pay up in the absence of the scholarship money In fact the CAG has noted that in seven of the nine districts they audited educational institutes collected tuition fees worth Rs 1567 crore from 64440 SC and other backward community students in violation of the government’s orders In case of Savitribai Phule Pune University a major issue noted during the scrutiny by the auditor general was the non-disbursement of scholarships The AG in its recent audit had pulled up the university for its failure to disburse Rs 2721 lakh since 2009-10 to students “In addition to this an excess advance of Rs 74246 and scholarship received in 2009-10 amounting to Rs 2011215 was also lying undisbursed and not refunded to the sanctioning authority even after a lapse of three years” the report read Also though scholarships are now disbursed through an online system Rs 1257 lakh was still lying in the account as of March 2014 While deserving students are deprived of scholarships in many cases the CAG had pulled up colleges in Pune Latur and Solapur for distributing scholarships including maintenance allowance tuition fee examination fee and other fee to students who were not supposed to get them “An amount of Rs 946 lakh was disbursed irregularly to 27 students who were admitted through institutional-level quota” the report read Social Welfare Commissioner Ranjitsingh Deol said efforts were being made to ensure colleges and other institutions did not ask these students to pay fees He said steps had also been taken to reimburse the amounts paid by them “We have taken action against such colleges The students would get back their fees which will be directly reimbursed to their accounts” said Deol V Gargote Finance and Account Officer of the Savitribai Phule Pune University said: “The process of returning the undistributed scholarship amount is in process There was a delay due to the difference in manual and computerised system of accounting in the treasury but that is being corrected Very soon the entire amount will be returned to the sanctioning authority” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News The coalition imports all the fuel it uses in the country and it is transported by Afghan civilian contractors.
the favourites continued to have an easy run in the preliminary rounds of the competition. He was rushed to the Khadki Cantonment Hospital where he was declared dead before arrival. Characters and ideas often transform from major to minor,an official release said. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 26, Ajay Singhal, At 3. and borrowing in dollars induces currency mismatch. NIPFP.
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