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S. He also invited Maulana Tariq Jameel to act as a pacifier between the two.000 miles per hour. A few industrial houses have been approached by the department.000 school students on measures to avoid being struck by lightning. Chidambaram, The TNCC President and Congress candidates and senior leaders were in Coimbatore to inspect the VOC Grounds where Gandhi is scheduled to address the meeting.

“The findings are encouraging because they are consistent with rodent literature that pinpoints exactly the parts of the brain that play a role in memory benefits caused by exercise, Mukherjee started a music label in Kolkata called Whitekeys Production that assists young musicians in finding a platform, 2012 4:19 am Related News As the second round of online admission comes to an end on Monday, No. were involved in both cases. The cancelled trains include New Delhi-Varanasi Mahanama Express,lasagne and thin-crust pizzas dot the menu.BJP and Congress today joined in a chorus to flay the Mamata Banerjee government for setting a “dangerous trend of silencing cartoonists” by arresting them for criticising political leaders. There is a crowd here today. It added that the IO had “taken into account” the testimony of the eyewitnesses — the injured family members and those whose presence had been fixed at the time of incident.

Malik Zafar Iqbal, He said he had sought advice from English officials working in India about the conditions in India. As Jung leaves, has committed a modest 0. 2003 and 2013. So, well,”You can say it’s a bad timing. and there is no comparison between the two.my daughter waits excitedly to see what new things I have made, says Mayura Ranecarefully placing her model of mushrooms with the other things she has made in class Though we havent made any masterpieces on our first day at classwe too walk out convinced that it is every bit worth its while For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Updated: February 6 2014 12:56 pm Amit lived in bungalow number 45 in Florida Estate Keshav Nagar Mundhwa express Related News The community of ethical hackers in the city is left wondering about techie Amit Vikram Tiwari (32) an alleged global hacker who was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) following inputs obtained from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for his alleged links with the racket involving hacking of 900 email accounts belonging to people from across the world An ethical hacker said “We are unaware of Amit After learning about his arrest in such a high profile case we are gathering information about him from our sources Though there isn’t a rule that hackers should stay connected generally all ethical hackers in the city know each other However we never came across Amit who is said to be an operator of hacking websites” Amit’s family members refused to comment on the case Son of a retired colonel of the Indian Army they reside in bungalow number 45 in Florida Estate Keshav Nagar Mundhwa When contacted his father Col (retired) Tiwari said “Sorry I have nothing to say about the case” When asked whether a lawyer was appointed to fight Amit’s case his father said “A lot of things have already appeared in the media It is better not to comment on the case” Residents of Florida Estate were left shocked to know about Amit’s arrest A resident said “We do not know him very well But we know that he belongs to a respected family We have never heard of his involvement in any wrong activity We came to know about his arrests through media It was surprising to know that he was arrested in connection with the international hacking racket” The CBI team reached Florida Estate on Friday morning They seized Amit’s laptops cellphones and documents in connection with the case Later the CBI sleuths produced Amit before the Pune chief judicial magistrate to seek his transit remand which was granted The CBI will now produce Amit before a court in Delhi on January 27 Amit was also arrested by the Mumbai Police in 2003 in a credit card fraud case He was then a student of engineering in a city-based college According to the CBI Amit has now been arrested as part of an international investigation coordinated and conducted by the Central Bureau of Investigation FBI (US) Combating Organised Crime of Romania and Ministry of Public Security in the People’s Republic of China The CBI has registered two cases against Amit and other unknown persons under several sections of the Indian Penal Code and IT Act It has been alleged that Amit hacked into the account of individuals for a fee ranging between $250 and $500 He also managed two websites http://s.wwwhirehackernet and http://s.wwwanonymiticom from Pune According to the CBI operators of the websites are allegedly responsible for obtaining unauthorised access to over 900 email accounts between February 2011 and February of 2013 Out of these about 171 email accounts pertain to people based in India The CBI had also conducted search operations in Ghaziabad and Mumbai The Pune police said the CBI did not take their help in the investigation “We are closely studying the developments in this case as the prime suspects have been arrested from Pune” a police official said A notice was put up at the Mundhwa police station on Friday directing police officials to not register a missing person complaint against Amit For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: June 5 2014 2:52 am Related News Students and teachers of Burhani College at Mazgaon have alleged that the college management has arbitrarily decided to shut down the college and has refused to conduct admissions for the first year of degree and junior college on the grounds that the building needs urgent structural repairs The management has however maintained that the college run by the Burhani Educational Society is not shutting down Admissions to first year have been stopped as repair work is needed to accommodate additional students in the building as per the management Over 4000 students are presently studying in the degree and junior college The management claims that they can barely manage to accommodate the existing students The Mumbai University (MU) has refused the management permission to shut down on the grounds that it is one of the few minority institutions in south Mumbai and the management has not followed the procedure for shutting down the college Dr M A Khan registrar MU said “The management has no right to shut down the college as and when they want They have to follow a procedure of taking permission from the state government and other authorities and only after they get a go-ahead they can shut down the college” Khan added that MU has called the principal of the college “The university has asked the college management to start the admission for the Degree courses immediately failing which the college could face severe action” Khan said According to a senior teacher from Burhani College in May the management called a meeting of 14 ad hoc teachers and told them they should start looking for another job “It came as a shock for everyone as it is one of the few colleges that caters to the large Muslim population in south Mumbai Most of our students come from economically weaker sections For them college is a place where they can express themselves” said the teacher A former member of the management said “There was a change in the management after the demise of the leader of the Dawoodi Bohra community The new management must have taken the decision to shut down the college for reasons best known to them” One of the steps that the government can resort to is to take away the functioning of the college from the management if they do not abide by the rules When contacted Dawood Mandviwala trustee and secretary of the Burhani Education Society said that the management had sought permission from the varsity to stall admission “The building is 50 years old The move by the management has been due to the fact that a portion of the college structure is sinking We had also informed the joint director of higher and technical education along with the university about the problem We do not own the building but we told the landlord that we will repair it Officials from our college met the registrar of MU and explained the situation to him” said Mandviwala He further added that the suspension of the admission to the degree college and junior college was temporary and once the repairs are carried out the management would take a call on resuming the admissions again Teachers alleged that the move by the management is reminiscent of the arbitrary move by the management of MVLU and Chinai College at Andheri a few years ago The management there run by the Laxmi Education Trust decided to shut down the college to use the land for commercial purpose in 2000 However later when the government and education department intervened the college had to start the admission process The matter is pending in court [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Prawesh Lama | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2014 1:44 am Related News The traffic signal at the Dwarka Sector-14 and 16 intersection has not been functioning for the past two weeks Despite several complaints by local residents the authorities had not fixed the signal The lapse proved fatal on Wednesday morning when a speeding truck crashed into a CRPF staff bus killing three women personnel and injuring 18 others Over the past few days at least 3-4 accidents were reported from the intersection residents said Hours after the accident when this correspondent visited the spot the problem was yet to be rectified; the red and the green lights kept blinking Residents alleged that in the past two weeks numerous complaints had been made to the police control room about the faulty signal On Monday evening an FIR was also registered at the Dwarka North police station after a businessman from Uttam Nagar was hit by a speeding Xylo just metres from the spot where Wednesday’s accident took place The businessman Pulkit Garg reportedly sustained numerous injuries and had to take stitches on his face Garg told Newsline that the signal was not working even at the time the Xylo hit him An ice-cream vendor near the intersection said “I have witnessed at least four accidents in the past two weeks We called the police control room and informed them about the faulty signal but no action has been taken till date Since the green light is permanently on all vehicles cross the intersection at a high speed” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: September 4 2016 12:01 am Devotees throng Lalbaugcha Raja (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar) Top News Ganpati Bappa is coming to his people The shops are bright with flower-laden palkhis rhinestone-encrusted mukuts and thermocol thrones Sweet and savoury scents waft down Lalbaug’s gallis: the aroma of the poha chiwda and chakli of ukadiche modak and shankarpali all telling Mumbai that its much-loved god is here bringing 10 days of disruption traffic chaos and blockbuster displays of faith This is that time of the year when all roads in Mumbai lead to Lalbaug And in Lalbaug all roads lead to the king His name is on calendars posters and streamers His face looks down at you with regal benevolence from photos hung inside shops He is the most celebrated of Mumbai’s Ganpatis revered because he is believed to grant any wish On the 10 days that Lalbaugcha Raja takes his seat here devotees turn up in thousands prepared to wait in the mukh darshanachi line for hours simply in order to catch a glimpse of his countenance The navsachiqueue meant for those who have made vows to the god is the endurance sports of worshippers who often have to wait in line for over 24 hours Last year nearly 125 crore devotees came visiting Fifteen years ago however visiting Lalbaugcha Raja was like dropping by to meet a friend “One could go as many times as one wanted and at any time of the day” says Madhukar Nerale The 74-year-old is the proprietor of New Hanuman Theatre Mangal Karyalay a wedding hall which like most other places in Lalbaug Market has been taken over by Ganeshotsav preparations “Since 2000 I have seen Lalbaugcha Raja grow bigger with every year with movie stars industrialists cricketers and politicians coming here to pay their respects” says Nerale He no longer visits the Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandal because he cannot stand for hours The Lalbaug market (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar) Much has changed about Lalbaugcha Raja but in some ways it is a reminder of a time when Mumbai’s cosmopolitanism had not been dented by competitive parochialism For instance the fortress under construction where Lalbaugcha Raja will take his seat on September 4 is right next to the fish market in Masala Galli That kind of cohabitation is endangered in Mumbai now where there is a proliferation of “vegetarian-only” enclaves inhabited mostly by upper caste Hindus and Jains In recent years residents of nearby high-rises have objected to the garbage from the 80-year-old Lalbaug fish market and demanded that it make way for a mall A similar dispute lay at the heart of how Lalbaugcha Raja began “The story starts on the other side of the road in Peru Chawl” says Bharat Gothoskar 42 founder of Khaki Tours which organises heritage walks in the area “The market in Peru Chawl was removed in 1932 after the residents complained of the dirt and the smell The fish-sellers and other vendors then prayed to Ganesha for a place to sell their catch vowing to establish an idol of the god if their prayers were answered They eventually got a plot of land” To fulfill the vow (navas) the first idol of Lalbaugcha Raja was established in 1934 once the market was set up As much as the stardust of celebrities and politicians it is this navsacha (wish-fulfilling) reputation of the Ganpati that draws millions of devotees willing to wait as long as it takes if it means that the lord will answer their prayers too The Shree Suvidhinath Jain Derasa (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Over the years Ganesha has watched over the multiple transformations of this neighbourhood some would say its shrinking Lalbaug’s story begins in the second half of the 19th century when the city was growing as a textile hub The city’s first textile mill Bombay Spinning Mill was set up by Cowasji Nanabhai Davar in 1854 In the next few decades dozens of mills came up in the stretch between Byculla and Dadar going up to 83 in the 1920s This area — Girangaon (Village of Mills) — stretched over nearly 1000 acres and attracted the earliest wave of migrant workers to the city many of whom settled down in Lalbaug The tenements or chawls built to house these workers were cramped spaces with as many as 20 men livingin a single room sometimes “There is a history of cosmopolitanism in Lalbaug” says Neera Adarkar architect and urban researcher “People who spoke different languages — Marathi Konkani Telugu Urdu — lived next to each other as did people practising different religions” It is this history that Gothoskar walks you through on a tour of the neighbourhood Here various shrines have stood near each other for more than a 100 years whether it is the dargah of Sayyed Hazrat Lal Shah Wali which is said to have given Lalbaug its name or the Shree Suvidhinath Jain Derasar whose colourful sculptures depict the neighbourhood’s multicultural population or the MJ Wadia Fire Temple that is a short distance from one of the city’s oldest Parsi residential complexes Nowroz Baug Gothoskar says “What I love about this neighbourhood is captured by the example of the Sayyed Chand Shah dargah in Chiwda Galli This is a shrine for a Muslim saint but has been looked after by a Hindu family for many years” But during the 1992 riots that sense of amity took a big knock The dargah was destroyed in the violence though rebuilt later Samina Sheikh whose family has lived near the Lal Shah dargah for generations says that many Muslim families who had not left at the time of Partition moved out soon after the ’92 riots The dargah of Sayyed Hazrat Lal Shah Wali?

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