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Chirag Sajwan was the star for JN Petit as he scored 10 points. 2012 3:23 am Related News The Raopura police on Sunday booked organisers of Maharaja Sayajirao United Way Navratri 2012 for criminal negligence after 14 persons were injured when a stand at the garba venue collapsed late on Saturday night. download Indian Express App ? Three days after a 4-0 destruction of the Netherlands in which they showcased their frightening array of attacking talent.

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He said BJP workers will give a memorandum to the governor through the district administration For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Paris | Updated: January 28 2017 3:21 pm Bafetimbi Gomis was ably assisted by Remy Cabela (AP Photo/Claude Paris) Top News Striker Bafetimbi Gomis scored a hat trick as Marseille bounced back from two heavy defeats to thrash Montpellier 5-1 in the French league on Friday Veteran left back Patrice Evra made his Marseille debut after joining this week from Juventus and received a good ovation at Stade Velodrome when he was substituted with 20 minutes left But it was his former France teammate who stole the headlines “It’s a great night” Gomis said on Canal Plus television “My only other hat trick was here as well when I played for Lyon” Gomis took his league tally to 13 goals – just three short of his season’s best tally – and he was ably assisted by winger Remy Cabella who tormented his former team with his quick feet and set up the first two goals The first came in the fourth minute when Cabella headed the ball into the path of Gomis following a long kick from goalkeeper Yohann Pele and Gomis powerfully shrugged off a challenge from defender William Remy before rifling a shot home Cabella reacted sharply on the second goal in the 19th heading a first-time pass from the left of the penalty area toward Gomis who thumped the ball past Montpellier goalkeeper Laurent Pionnier from close range Portuguese defender Jorge Rolando headed in the third late in the first half Montpellier pulled a goal back at the start of the second when midfielder Ryad Boudebouz expertly curled in a free kick But Marseille had the last word with Gomis slamming the ball into the roof of the net in the 77th after being set up by winger Florian Thauvin who then added a late penalty The win moved Marseille up to fifth place ahead of this weekend’s games and was a welcome boost following a 4-1 home loss to Monaco and a 3-1 away defeat at Lyon On Sunday league leader Monaco travels to play defending champion Paris Saint-Germain – which is in third place – and second-place Nice hosts Guingamp For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANURADHA MASCAREHNAS | Pune | Published: May 8 2016 10:35 am Patients wait for their turn outside wards and consulting rooms at the Sassoon general hospital Ceiling fans in most wards rooms and corridors were not working air-conditioning has been shut down and water coolers have not been installed Pavan Khengre Related News Ravi Chavan a labourer from Wagholi constantly uses a paper fan to keep his eight-month-old son cool at the paediatric ward of Sassoon general hospital “At night he cries incessantly so my wife takes him and stands near another patient’s cot as they have brought a table fan from home” says Chavan Two fans are non-functional at the ward as the condenser motor has to be replaced While water coolers have not been installed the air conditioning at the paediatric intensive care unit (ICU) has been shut down as most sick babies cannot adjust to the cool temperature Instead the windows have been opened and warmers have been placed on some cots Share This Article Related Article With temperatures soaring authorities at B J Government Medical College and Sassoon general hospital admit that the inflow of patients has been increasing with minor aches and complaints Daily there are more than 2000 patients seeking treatment at the outpatient department (OPD) Long queues are particularly seen at the radiology and ultrasound section as patients admitted to the hospital also have to be brought in for a scan These patients are not given immediate preference and have to wait in the same queue as the general patients in the OPD Sunita Devhate who has been admitted in the hospital had to wait for three hours for an ultrasound scan “I have been waiting for so long They sent me here without a wheelchair” she said while her mother waited with her in the queue Here too the ceiling fan was non-functional Dhananjay M who had brought his old father in a wheelchair for an X-ray waited for an hour but decided to leave because of the long queues “With just one fan waiting in this corridor is claustrophobic” he said No air coolers at burns unit The burns ward at Sassoon has been freshly painted and bedsheets cleaned However there are no air coolers for the burns patients Some of the overhead fans above each patient’s cot in the 20-bed ward are non-functional due to overuse Doctors on the condition of anonymity admit that it is easier for the patient to adjust to coolers rather than air conditioners Due to burn injuries the body temperature has to be regulated and prolonged exposure to a strong AC system may land them in hypothermia Half of the cooling cabinets at mortuary functional At the mortuary out of the 32 cooling cabinets a total of 16 are functional Temperature has to be maintained between 0 to 4 degrees Celsius for storage of dead bodies in the cabinets and maintenance of the cooling units has been an issue with the forensic department sending proposals for repair to the electrical department 350 posts of Class IV vacant at Sassoon The 1196-bed government hospital is the largest in the state and people from peripheral areas of Pune and other regions seek treatment here “While renovation work is in full swing at several wards we have tried our best to replace the old fans and restart the non-functional ones” said Dr Ajay Taware Medical Superintendent Sassoon general hospital He admitted that as many as 350 posts of Class IV were vacant at Sassoon hospital “However with the help of charitable trusts like Dagdusheth Ganesh Mandal trust we have set up shelters so that relatives of the patients who stay in far away places can rest on our premises” he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington:Russian spies are ramping up their intelligence-gathering efforts in the US according to current and former US intelligence officials who say they have noticed an increase since the presidential election The officials say they believe one of the biggest US adversaries feels emboldened by the lack of a significant retaliatory response from both the Trump and former US president Barack Obama administrations CNN reported on Thursday "Russians have maintained an aggressive collection posture in the US and their success in election meddling has not deterred them" said a former senior intelligence official familiar with Trump administration efforts US president Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Reuters Russians could also be seeking more information on Trump’s administration which is new and still unpredictable to Moscow according to Steve Hall retired CIA chief of operations "Whenever there is a deterioration of relations between countries — the espionage and intelligence collection part becomes that much more important as they try to determine the plans and intentions of the adversarial government" Hall said Since the November election US intelligence and law enforcement agencies have detected an increase in suspected Russian intelligence officers entering the US under the guise of other business according to multiple current and former senior US intelligence officials The Russians are believed to now have nearly 150 suspected intelligence operatives in the US these sources said Officials who spoke to CNN say the Russians are replenishing their ranks after the US in December expelled 35 Russian diplomats suspected of spying in retaliation for election-meddling "The concerning point with Russia is the volume of people that are coming to the US They have a lot more intelligence officers in the US" compared to what they have in other countries one of the former intelligence officials says The FBI which is responsible for counterintelligence efforts in the US would not comment for the story Fueling law enforcement officials’ concern is that the Russians are targeting people in the US who can provide access to classified information in addition to ongoing efforts to hack the US government for intelligence according to several of the officials In some cases Russian spies have tried to gain employment at places with sensitive information as part of their intelligence-gathering efforts the sources say New Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has appealed to the Jats to end their violent agitation for reservation saying that people of the community are saviours and not destroyers "I appeal to all my brothers to give up violence and present their demands in a constitutional manner We are saviours not destroyers" Sehwag who is himself a Jat tweeted ? ??? ??? Roma (ITA), It’s a dangerous precedent. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 6, ? “We had a case where a 14-year-old girl was raped by four boys, with a large crowd attending it.

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Q. Since the National Sample Survey, download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: An alert has been sounded here after a low-intensity blast in Pune, Kamal questioned as to why Harathi and Gayathri targeted Juliana. The announcement follows reports by The Washington Post and CBS News, telling his supporters that Marino had "informed me that he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar. he added.which houses the office of the Additional Commissioner of Police (Central Region), Valencia responded after the restart and Joao Cancelo was helped by Yuri Lodygin’s poor goalkeeping to pull one back in the 54th before substitute Andre Gomes briefly equalized at 2-2 in the 73rd. I decided at the start I would bat till the end.

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Of those 98 tested positive including 60 for Beijing.” The actor added,Associate Professor,but her bookshelf is filled with Stieg Larssons, That is why the ? to name only a few.s directive even on this, she said Prior to the splitthe mayor of the undivided MCD used to unfurl the Tricolour on Independence Day celebrated with much fanfare at the showpiece civic headquarters For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanchan Chakraborty | Kolkata | Published: October 24 2013 5:02 am Related News More than 22 months after 92 people were killed in the AMRI Hospital fireKolkataDecember 92011a judicial commission set up to probe into the incident began recording statements of victims family members Wednesday A total of 90 patients and two nurses were suffocated to death in the firefollowing which a judicial commission under Justice Tapan Mukherjee a retired Calcutta High Court judge was set up by the state December 152011 After 22 monthsthe commission for the first time Wednesday summoned four persons who had lost their kin Howeveronly two appeared before the commission An official of the commission admitted that it took some time to complete official workbut failed to specify the cause for the delay in recording the statements The commission was to probe into the incidentrecommend legal action against those responsible for violating fire and safety normsand ascertain the cause of such a large number of deaths It would be the task of the commission to find out the cause of firesaid a counsel of the commission Advocate Suman Sengupta said two persons Subhasish Chakraborty and Sugandha Narayanan told the commission that there was no effort on the part of the hospital staff to rescue the patientsinstead it was the locals who came to their rescue The Special Investigating Team of Kolkata Police had filed chargesheets against 16 personsincluding 12 directors and four high-level officials of the hospital The chargesheet cited serious negligence on the part of the director and the officialsbut did not specify the cause of the fire The chargesheet at one place states that some glowing object was thrown in the linen dumped in the upper basement of the building At an another placeit states that the fire might have broken out from the standalone AC in the upper basement from where smoke was seen billowing out first The chargesheetwhich is pending in the Chief Judicial Magistrates courtalso does not rule out the possibility of an accidental fire For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 17 2013 2:07 am Related News It was a day of upsets as five seeded players were toppled at the all-India junior national under-12 and 16 tennis tournament being organised by the Pune Metropolitan district Tennis Association and played at the MSLTA School of Tennis Court In the girls under-12 eventPune girl Mallika Marathe shocked eighth seed Himadri Kashyap of Gujarat 4-14-0while fourth seed Richa Chaughule beat Dhriti Kapoor of Andhra Pradesh 4-05-3 to enter the quarterfinals In the girls under-16 eventlocal girl Shreya Sagde accounted for seventh seed Gujarat player Aisha Patel 9-4while Tejasvi Kate upset fifth seed Riya Chaphekar 9-2 to move into the last eight In the boys under 16 eventPiyush Salekar upset fourth seed Aditya Chaloo 9-8(5)while Sanket Awale upset sixth seed Sarang Phadnis 9-5 to move into the quarterfinals Results: Second Round (Main Draw) Girls u-12: Aisha Patel beat Sneha Ranade 4-24-2; Mallika Marathe beat Himadri Kashyap 4-14-0; Prerna Vichare beat Salsa Aher 0-44-17-4; Sharanya Gaware beat Smita Walhekar 4-05-3; Shreya Sagade beat Gargi Pawar 4-14-0; Richa Chaughule beat Dhriti Kapoor 4-05-3; Anya Thorat beat Rutika Agarwal 4-24-2; Ratuja Jadhav beat Jyotsna Madane 4-04-0 Girls u-16: Rajshree Rathod beat Ishwari Mathere 9-5; Ratuja Jadhav beat Manasi Narade 9-2; Suprabha Pujari beat Neha Mokashi 9-2; Shreya Sagde beat Aisha Patel 9-4; Jitasha Shastri beat ILA Dadhe 9-0; Prachi Naidu beat Sharanya Gaware 9-4; Tejasvi Kate beat Riya Chaphekar 9-2; Moksha Thukral beat Ashwagandha Parade 9-3 Boys u-12: Javia Deo beat Raunak Khivansara 5-34-0; Kyle Cummings beat Anurag Agarwal 4-05-4(7); Aryan Zaveri beat Rahul Chadana 4-04-0; Tejasvi Mehra beat Manav Shrikumar 4-14-2; Prasanna Bagade beat Aditya Mangle 5-32-47-5; Vikrant Mehta beat Girish Chuaghule 4-24-2; Harshal Rukhaiyar beat Aryan Soni 4-04-1; Aniket Patel beat Mayank Ramkrishna 5-4(1)4-2 Boys u-16: Vanshal Dsouza beat Harshwardhan Kotwal 9-0; Siddhant Bhatia beat Mihir Damle 9-6; Mahir Ghiya beat Ankit Patel 9-1; Yavin Solomon beat Akil Rane 9-2; Sanket Tambat beat Akilkrishna Das(Kar) 9-5; Piyush Salekar beat Aditya Chaloo 9-8(5); Sanket Awale beat Sarang Phadnis 9-5; Tanmay Khandait beat Javin Motwani 9-2 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Stuti Shukla | Published: June 18 2013 12:36 am Related News Meastward on the northeastern fringes of the city has a history of not re-electing a corporator Public dissent arising out of continued political and administrative apathy may be the reason Only two of 13 corporators in the ward were re-elected last February Over a year laterresidents feel their new representatives have done little to address water scarcity and health concerns due to Deonar dumping ground The most neglected ward of the city comprises the suburbs of GovandiMankhurd and parts of Chembur Large slums in Shivaji Nagar and Bainganwadi (Govandi)Deonar dumpRafi NagarMandala and Chitta Camp areas in Mankhurd and civil townships of companies such as RCFBPCL and Tata Power make most of the ward The percentage of area occupied by slums 79 in the 33-sq-km M East ward is the highest among all 24 Its human development indexas per a 2009 reportis lowest among all wards At 005it is below the city average of 06 The ward has the largest marginal population and the average life term here is 39 yearsmuch below the city average of 53 Infant mortality is also the highest in Mumbai at 6647 Jilani Shaikh of Govandi accused corporators of having repeatedly failed to address the most basic concerns in the ward More than 60 per cent of slum settlements here do not have a proper sewagedrainage and sanitation network The large tanks stationed at a number of locations two years ago under the civic Sujal Abhiyan do not have water Corporators are visible only before elections Despite several attemptsI have failed to meet my corporator Reshma Nevrekar She promised improvement in water supply but nothing has changed?

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