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therefore, “West Ham United can confirm that Enner Valencia has joined Mexican Liga MX club Tigres UANL for an undisclosed fee, Secular forces do not want to be seen with Modi, said Robin Jain of Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (SCMHRD) Jains team represented the CPI(M) and came second For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 3 2013 2:20 am Related News Prathamesh Dattatreya Dongre of Mukund Nagar and Karan Namdeo Katore of Old Sangvi have stood 105th and 264threspectivelyin the All India Merit of the 131st course of the National Defence Academy (NDA)the results for which were announced by the UPSC on Friday evening Katore (19) studied at Sainik School in Satara from Class IX to Class XII After passing out from the schoolhe had been preparing for the medical entrance exams He appeared for the NDAs written exam in April2013 and qualified He appeared for the SSB interview before the Air Force selection board at Mysore between September 16 and 21 and was recommended by the board Dongre (19) is presently a student of second year Mechanical Engineering at Pune Vidyarthi Griha (PVG) College of Engineering and Technology He was the topper of his college in the first year of engineering with 8307 per cent marks As many as 397 lakh students had appeared for the NDA written examof which around 8500 students qualified the written test and were called for the SSB interviews As many as 469 youths qualified the interview and are a part of the All India Merit announced by the UPSC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 25 2012 3:05 am Related News PMC officials allege delay in treatment Two more persons succumbed to swine flu (H1N1 virus) on Dussehrathis time due to delay in treatmentsay Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) health officials The patients a 23-year-old from Velha tehsil in Pune district and a 49-year-old from Akkol city in Belgaum district of Karnataka were undergoing treatment at the KEM and the Deenanath Mangeshkar hospitalsThe 23-year-old had symptoms like fevercold and cough since September 27 and was referred to KEM hospital for specialised treatment From September 30 to October 24the he battled the virusbut succumbed to the virus on Wednesday Doctors pointed out that there had been a delay in treatment by two days Meanwhilethe 49-year-old who had received a donor kidney in 2006was on immuno-suppressant drugs and had asthma He too died of the viral infection today He had fevercough and running nose since September 22 While two local doctors treated himhis condition worsened and he was referred to Deenanath Mangeshkar hospital on October 1 where he was administered Tamiflu tablet Hehoweverdied of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and sepsis There have been 25 swine flu deaths in PMC area since April this year For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News

the bowlers never tried to stop the runs or take wickets as KKR cruised home. School education is a state subject but higher education comes directly under the Government of India and can only improve when a real education minister is tasked with making a new education policy that will curb officialdom. It was the last series in which MS Dhoni played as India’s captain in limited overs cricket. 0, "The military dictatorship was in the past and the new military institution is much different, Reuters Top News India’s premier spinner Ravichandran Ashwin became the fastest from the country to pick 200 Test wickets when he scalped New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson on Day 4 of the ongoing 1st Test at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur. one of the recommendations of the committee reads. the Met department has said that heavy rains are expected for the next two days in Chennai and several parts of coastal Tamil Nadu.According to Public Works Department the catchment areas of Chennai reservoirs and Kandaleru in Andhra have been receiving rains since Sunday which increased water levels On Monday water storage rose to 300 MCFT in Poondi lake from 42 MCFT Cholavaram lake storage was 35 MCFT on October 1 2017 and it rose to 91 while Redhills lake storage rose from 135 MCFT to 347 and Chembarambakam lake storage rose from 221 MCFT to 308 Chembarambakkam lake is now 20 per cent full while Puzhal lake at 25 per cent Ambattur lake 70 per cent and Korattur lake 70 per cent full Sibi Arasu in this report argues how over-exploitation of groundwater to meet growing demand combined with increasingly unpredictable weather due to climate change further stresses Chennai’s fast-depleting aquifers *** About 30-km north of Chennai’s centre is the sand dune-laden coastal village of Kalanji It’s located just beyond the industrial hub of Ennore which hosts three thermal power plants two ports and a coal yard among other heavy industry Kalanji and its neighbouring village of Kattupalli are among the last remaining traditional villages in this region They are also the sites of excessive groundwater extraction which provides for many of the heavy industries and the drinking water needs of the ever-expanding city and its suburbs On the other side of the city 30-km south of the centre is the erstwhile village and now peri-urban area of Perumbakkam Regardless of the location the story is similar Perumbakkam and its adjoining neighbourhoods were a water-rich region with numerous lakes ponds wells and other water bodies They are now a primary source of groundwater for Chennai’s expansive Information Technology (IT) corridor About 200 water tankers each with a capacity of 12000 to 15000 litres ply from here to the nearby IT corridor every day providing water to multi-storeyed apartment complexes and glass-walled offices The water tankers are an easy fix for industrial residential and service-sector consumers especially when there’s no infrastructure for water supply set up by civil authorities in Chennai For the thousands of inhabitants of these villages the water tankers and the bore wells that feed them spell death for their traditional life and livelihoods “Nobody farms here anymore That was all in the past People now do anything to survive even become criminals” a teashop owner in Kattupalli told indiaclimatedialoguenet “The water tankers also drive all day and night at high speeds resulting in accidents and even deaths of many of our people” The villagers of Perumbakkam echo similar sentiments There are very few agricultural fields remaining in Perumbakkam in the southern reaches of Chennai with high-rise apartment complexes dotting the skyline PTI Natural water system destroyed Chennai is blessed with an aquifer system that runs a few kilometres from the coastline along the entire coastal stretch of the metropolitan area as well as the Kancheepuram and Thiruvallur districts on either side of the city An aquifer is an underground layer of rock saturated with water through which water can be extracted A healthy aquifer is key for a good groundwater level and is recharged by the various wells tanks ponds as well as the wetlands that lie in and around Chennai Increasing encroachments on all of these water bodies combined with over-extraction of groundwater as well as extreme weather has led to the crippling of the city’s coastal aquifer system For example the Pallikaranai marsh a sprawling wetland to the south of the city is only a fraction of the size that it was a century back In the book Reconsidering the Impact of Climate Change on Global Water Supply Use and Management researchers from the Chennai-based non-profit Care Earth Trust state that the size of the Pallikaranai marsh has reduced from 6000 hectare (ha) in the 1900s to the present 593 ha Earlier this year a study by the Central Groundwater Board (CGWB) confirmed that the city’s groundwater resources are being overexploited It stated that the water below the surface is being extracted at a rate of 185 percent “Starting from Minjur (North of Chennai) to Uthandi (extreme south) large stretches of the coastal freshwater aquifers have become completely saline” S Janakarajan of the Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS) told indiaclimatedialoguenet Janakarajan has been studying water and environment related issues in Chennai as well as other parts of southern India for two decades “Also it is clear that Chennai is susceptible to extreme weather events You have a state climate change cell but they are doing absolutely nothing There’s no climate change adaptation strategy The Greater Chennai region has more than 3600 water bodies but despite the tremendous rains of 2015 many were dry the next year” Janakarajan said “If only they had stored water and conserved these water bodies the water table would have gone up but they have not done it” Extreme weather adding to water woes It is estimated that the present water requirement for the Greater Chennai region is about 1400 million litres per day (mld) and the city’s Metro Water board expects this demand to rise to nearly 1800 mld in four years The city is highly dependent on its surrounding reservoirs to be periodically replenished since there are no perennial sources of water around Chennai As of now the primary sources for water to the city are reservoirs such as the Veeranam reservoir located about 200-km from the city; water from the Krishna River in Andhra Pradesh about 400 km away; as well as two desalination plants built over the last few years “Even during the best of times we can supply about 830 mld of water During a drought year we can manage only about 450 mld” a senior state government official told indiaclimatedialoguenet “The rest comes from groundwater sources Even though there are laws and government orders that are supposed to prevent extraction of groundwater these have never been implemented for the simple reason that the city is always water-stressed" Water tanker owners and private landowners in peri-urban regions exploit this water stress holding the city to ransom A strike by water tankers in March 2017 which was a reaction to seizures of two trucks by the revenue department for illegally extracting water resulted in the entire IT corridor being nearly shut down While the strike was called off on the third day after the government conceded their demands the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) estimated that another day of strike would have led to a cumulative loss of business of up to USD 16 million on the IT corridor The state official said “You can control a group only when you’re in a position to control If we can provide the water we can take them on As of now that is not possible” Bleak future In a report titled The Peri-urban to Urban Groundwater Transfer and its Societal Implications in Chennai S Packialakshmi and NK Ambujam of the Department of Civil Engineering Sathyabama University said "Conservation and recharge measures should be adopted immediately in the hard rock areas by constructing open shafts or open wells in and around the water bodies (till it reaches the fractured zone to inject the storm water effectively in monsoon times) by the construction of percolation ponds adopting rainwater harvesting structures at the household level protection of water bodies etc” A water tanker on the Old Mahabalipuram Road Chennai’s IT corridor The water mafia makes a killing by buying groundwater at Rs 200 per tanker and selling at Rs 1000- 1200 (Photo by Amirtharaj Stephen) "While there are many laws which can be used to regulate over-extraction in the many years I have been studying the groundwater scenario in Chennai I have never seen them implemented" Packialakshmi told indiaclimatedialoguenet The Chennai Metropolitan Area Ground Water (Regulation) Act 1987 and the Tamil Nadu Groundwater (Development and Management) Act 2003 for the state of Tamil Nadu provide directions to regulate control and conserve groundwater Apart from this there is a government order passed by the state public works department in 2010 that restricts extraction of groundwater within a distance of 10 km from the coastline Unfortunately all these measures have remained only on paper In reality water extraction continues unabated and only increases manifold when demand increases due to climate change-related scenarios "There’s no acknowledgement that there is even a problem Acknowledgement doesn’t mean to have a law it means to start acting on the law” city-based environmental activist Nithyanand Jayaraman told indiaclimatedialoguenet "They are just turning a blind eye to this situation The groundwater situation here is an environmental disaster that is already in motion It is only a matter of time before there is extensive salinity in all of our groundwater It will be very difficult to return to anywhere close to normal if this happens" With the Winter Session of the Parliament beginning on Thursday the first Constitution Day Narendra Modi expressedhis hope forthe legislative process and highlighted the need to spread awareness about the Constitution Narendra Modi PTI “Debate is the soul of Parliament and we are hopeful that we can fulfil people’s expectations in Parliament this Winter Session” said Modi as he addressed the media outside the Parliament on Thursday “I am sure that with good thoughts debate and new innovative ideas the Parliament will shine within the way it is shining outside” he added referring to the building being lit up for the occasion of Constitution Day Referring to the all-party meeting held on Wednesday Modi said he had a discussion with leaders of all political parties on the smooth running of the session "I am happy that all political parties presented a positive outlook for dialogue and debates I hope all the MPs will leave no stone unturned to live up to the expectations the country has from Parliament" Modi said Referring to Constitution Day being observed on Thursday to mark the adoption of the Indian Constitution by the Constituent Assembly on this day in 1949 he said awareness towards the Constitution should increase across the country He suggested that Preamble of the Constitution should be studied by students and it should gradually become a part of people’s day-to-day life "It is our endeavour" "It is fortunate that it is the year of B R Ambedkar’s 125th birth anniversary —the man who played a key role in drafting the Constitution The coincidence is inspiring" the PM said Modi also impressed upon the importance of the Constitution saying “Our Constitution is a ray of hope a beacon of light When I say hope I mean H for Harmony O for opportunity P for people’s participation E for equality” The Prime Minister then visited a two-day exhibition on the making of Indian Constitution being held at Parliament Library Building PM Modi describes the Indian Constitution as a ray of HOPE #WinterSession pictwittercom/po6tOoQD4S — ANI (@ANI_news) November 26 2015 With inputs from PTI Agra: Donning a mask and wielding a broom Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath swept a parking area outside the Taj Mahal on Thursday days after his BJP leaders and ministers made provocative statements against the 17th century monument Yogi accompanied by dozens of officials and police commandos wore yellow gloves a white cap and an anti- pollution mask to sweep litter at the west gate of the Taj Mahal along with 500 BJP members Over 14000 policemen have been deployed across the city for the security of Adityanath who arrived in Agra early this morning File image of Yogi Adityanath News18 Adityanath is the first BJP CM of UP to visit the monument of love His decision to visit the Taj Mahal was announced after a series of controversies erupted beginning with a UP tourism department booklet not mentioning the monument in its list of development projects in the state Subsequently BJP MLA Sangeet Som called Taj Mahal a "blot on Indian history" and BJP MP Vinay Katiyar said it was originally a Shiva temple However addressing a rally in Gorakhpur recently Adityanath called Taj Mahal the "pride of India" and referred to it as a "world class monument" This was a significant departure from his remarks at a rally in Bihar last year when he had said that the Taj does not represent Indian culture and that visiting foreign dignitaries should be presented with the Gita rather than replicas of Taj Mahal A senior police officer told PTI that more than 14000 policemen have been deployed across the city for the security of the CM “The monument is open for tourists and the entry will be allowed as per the routine process The security has been stepped up” he said According to his programme Adityanath will stay for half an hour at the graves of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal and visit the Shah Jahan park nearby The chief minister will inspect various places along the way inside and outside the monument He will also lay foundation for the development of a tourist pathway from the Taj Mahal to the Agra Fort besides The chief minister has already declared that the state government will spend Rs 370 crore on development plans aimed at promoting tourism in the city of Taj Along with the visit to the Taj Mahal Adityanath will inaugurate various development projects in Agra according to an official spokesman "During his tour of Agra. the chief minister will be visiting all the places inside Taj Mahal" principal secretary tourism Awanish Awasthi said yesterday The last time a UP CM visited the Taj was Akhilesh Yadav more than two years back That was the Valentine’s Day and Akhilesh sat on one of the benches in front of the monument along with his wife and Kannauj MP Dimple Yadav Adityanath who landed in the city’s Kheria Airport earlier went to Nangla Paima village and visited the rubber check dam He also visited Kachhpura village Click here to follow LIVE updates onYogi Adityanath’s visit in Agra By: Reuters | Updated: August 21 2017 11:38 am Antonio Conte as left saluting his side on Sunday after they edged Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 (Source: Reuters) Top News For all the talk of crisis at Stamford Bridge following last week’s meltdown against Burnley Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was left saluting his side on Sunday after they edged Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in a match they could just as easily have lost “I think I must be pleased” said Conte whose nine-man side were beaten 3-2 by Burnley in their opening match of the new Premier League season “I want to thank my players because they showed me great desire and heart and I saw today the fighters” The Italian was particularly pleased because the champions were without the suspended Cesc Fabregas and Gary Cahill giving Tiemoue Bakayoko his debut and trusting Andreas Christensen at the heart of their defence But it was a couple of old hands in David Luiz and Marcos Alonso who stood out The Brazilian was pushed forward into midfield and had a hand in both goals Chelsea made the breakthrough against the run of play on 23 minutes when Alonso thumped home a superb free kick from 20 metres after Dele Alli had fouled Luiz But Luiz also stood strong when Spurs threatened to overrun Chelsea with the quickfire passing that served them so well last season “David played very well it was an amazing performance from him” said Conte “He played with great experience and personality a point of reference for other players But it is easy to forget we had four new players from last season and we played like we wanted to show we were champions” Conte again said the club were working towards strengthening the squad in the transfer window with at least three arrivals expected “For us it is very important to be focused on ourself We know a lot of teams have improved since last season” he said “The club is trying to do its best in the transfer market but today I must be satisfied with my players because they gave me everything” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 16 2017 12:36 pm MS Dhoni scored two goals as he was awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ in Celebrity Clasico Related News The Andheri Sports Complex Mumbai was the venue for the Celebrity Clasico between the All StarsFC and All Hearts FC All Stars was comprised of Bollywood and television celebrities and led by Ranbir Kapoor while the All Hearts was made largely of cricket stars with Virat Kohli wearing the captain’s arm-band While the match ended in a 2-2 draw last year it was a very different story this time around None of the players were professional footballers which meant that rolling substitutions were allowed The Indian cricket team especially could not risk pushing themselves too hard as they play New Zealand in a limited overs series that extends over six matches three ODIs and three T20Is Virat Kohli and the Indian cricketers could not risk pushing too hard since they play New Zealand next week in a limited overs series (Source: PTI) It is a known fact that MS Dhoni had spent a good part of his childhood playing football before shifting to cricket We could see flashes of that as he was the man who started the scoring with shot from outside the box that went in with a deflection He then scored the second which was a genuinely good free kick taken from the right of midfield and nestled in the top corner at the near post Now @aniruda77‘s turn #CelebrityClasico pictwittercom/0hVMTd36Dd — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) 15 October 2017 Here comes another one from @msdhoni ! Delhi still keeping Stokes. I am enjoying my experience (on the spinning pitches).

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