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Kolkata: I might do a quick feature film project before I start ‘Crack’ because ‘Crack’ won’t begin before second half this year, now heads for the grand slam in good heart as he seeks a fourth title there, For all the latest Delhi News, Around 225 people, High Court order on waste management and National Green Tribunal issues resulted in lesser approvals in the past nine months. “While some corporates (into real estate) are willing to let go of some FSI,which we do not know,which is not always easy given the prohibitive costs, said Prasanna Shirolthe societys presidentwho formed the lobby group after his daughter Nidhi was diagnosed with Pompean LSDwhen she was 7 Nidhi was a normal kid till thenalthough she had trouble running and jumpingsaid Shirolbut she fell ill and was in the ICU for 45 daysduring which time she was constantly on the ventilator She has recovered sincebut is currently on a 15-day cycle of enzyme therapyand quarterly check-ups At the meeting of parents on Tuesdayothers had similar tales Sujal Patni5started showing symptoms at seven monthswhen his knees and elbows started dislocating His stomach expandedand he suffered from breathlessness His parents aborted his younger sibling because a similar condition was detected Keyur Rajput6started showing signs of LSD when he was one-year-old Diarrhea and vomiting was accompanied by a swelling of his abdomen and doctors variously suggested spleen removalamong othersbut a facility in Jamnagar diagnosed the condition and he has been treated with enzyme therapy since For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTurkey:Some Turkish football fans shouted "God is great" on Tuesday and booed a the opposing Greek team during a minute’s silence for the victims of Paris attacks ahead of an international friendly Turkish fans pass front of a scorboard after the friendly football match between Turkey and Greece at Basaksehir stadium on November 17 2015 in Istanbul AFP Watched by Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras a number of fans broke the minute’s silence for the victims of gun and suicide bomb attacks in Paris that left 132 people dead and were claimed by the Islamic State The fans chanted "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) booed the Greek team and also shouted slogans in favour of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul’s Basaksehir stadium an AFP photographer said Turkish football fans regularly shout nationalist slogans at matches and it was not immediately clear if the behaviour was more aimed against historic rivalsGreece than condoning the Paris attacks in any way The game ended in a goalless draw At a qualifying match for next year’s Euro 2016 football championship in the central Anatolian city of Konya last month supporters also shouted "Allahu Akbar" during a moment of silence commemorating the 102 victims of twin suicide bombings in tha capital Ankara blamed on IS AFP By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 25 2015 7:38 pm Bomb squad personnel along with a team from Cossipore police station have gone to the spot (Source: Goople maps) Related News One person died and two others were injured when a crude bomb exploded in a factory at Cossipore in the northern part of Kolkata this afternoon the police said The explosion took place at around 245 pm on Friday when workers of the factory which manufactures and repairs parts of ships were cleaning a portion of land at its backside it said While Sanjeev Das worker of the factory and a resident of Ashoknagar was declared dead on arrival when taken to a hospital the other two were being treated for injuries they said Bomb squad personnel along with a team from Cossipore police station have gone to the spot “The land is covered with heavy bushes and we are finding it difficult to search the area We do not know if there are more bombs or explosives The bomb squad has taken all precautionary measures for the search” a senior police officer said from the spot For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 27 2015 1:38 am Two cycle tracks in Pune Related News Elected representatives have expressed reluctance to give the go-ahead to the Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC) plan to rope in experts in planning civic infrastructure for developing cycle track networks across the city unless the municipal commissioner in person gives his assurance that quality work would be done Part of the PMC’s plan to involve experts was also to undertake beautification of the riverfront “The municipal commissioner was not there at the meeting so we postponed decision on the proposal We are not against appointing consultants for planning civic infrastructure but want an assurance of the municipal commissioner on ensuring good work” said Ashwini Kadam chairperson of standing committee She said the projects are very important for the development of the city and if they are not executed effectively then it would send wrong messages to citizens “If the projects are not as per the expectations then citizens would oppose any efforts in the future to make improvements so it was necessary to ensure that they are good in the first attempt” said Kadam The PMC would be spending lot of money to seek service of consultants and it should not go waste she said adding “The cycle track project is very important for the city as it would encourage citizens to take up cycling if the infrastructure is good” The riverfront development project alongside Mutha river is an ambitious project that would change the look of the river and keep it clean Kadam said The committee chairperson said that the municipal commissioner has not attended the standing committee meeting for long and that was not in the interest of the city “We would urge the commissioner to give a detailed presentation on the proposals being tabled in the meeting” she said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 23 2016 4:52 am Top News A TEACHER was arrested on Monday for hitting a Class IV student from her school with her car which was travelling on the wrong side of the Diamond Harbour road in Watgunge area Jayashree Dasgupta was arrested under sections 279 (rash driving or riding on a public way) and 338 (causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the IPC after the family of the boy Arsalan Ahmed Khan lodged a police complaint Sources said Dasgupta is the wife of retired DC Traffic (III) Swapan Dasgupta Watch What Else Is In The News The incident took place around 750 am when the boy was trying to cross the road near his school St Thomas School in Khidderpore Arsalan lost four of his front teeth and received injuries on his face and body His aunt who was accompanying him also received injuries “The woman was driving in the wrong lane We later heard that she is wife of a retired police officer How can she use a police sticker when she was driving the car Her husband has also retired from the police force” said Arman Jamil Khan a neighbour Sources said locals staged a protest in front of the school following which the police arrested the accused School principal John A K Ghosh said: “When I went to the accident spot I saw this boy bleeding while our teacher was weeping in the car… she was shocked I felt it was important for the child to get first aid Hence I requested the protesters to take the child to the hospital and to disperse the mob took the teacher inside It was an unfortunate accident” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gurgaon | Published: November 20 2015 2:26 am Related News The district administration Thursday formed Gurgaon Arbitration Council to speedily resolve pending real estate disputes The council will work in association with Real Estate Development Council (REDCO) said an official According to officials nearly 122 property related disputes are pending with the Gurgaon administration The administration also launched a website through which affected parties will be able to reach out to the arbitration council which will facilitate a harmonious solution said TL Satyaprakash Deputy Commissioner Gurgaon Share This Article Related Article “The millennium city has developed at a breakneck pace A number of real estate projects were launched in the last decade and every passing day new projects are being launched But all the projects have not seen the light of the day and resulted in an array of disputes” said Satyaprakash “Many projects have suffered due to recession and the after effects Some projects were not completed on time due to laxity on the part of the developer or due to some other unavoidable reason All these left investors miffed Many investors also wanted to withdraw their money which if allowed in a blanket manner would result in a crisis for the market” he added The arbitration council though informal will feed off steps taken by the Allottees Grievance Redressal Forum working under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner said an official For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMoscow (Russia): A gay man living in Chechnya on Monday went public to describe his detention and torture by police during a crackdown on homosexuals in the region ruled by strongman Ramzan Kadryov Maxim Lapunov who gave a press conference in Moscow is the first victim to come forward since reports emerged in March of gay men being imprisoned and beaten in the mainly Muslim region where homosexuality is taboo The reports prompted international condemnation and German Chancellor Angela Merkel publicly urged President Vladimir Putin in May to investigate Lapunov a 30-year-old ethnic Russian who lived in Chechnya for two years said he was detained on the street in the main city of Grozny by men in plain clothes and taken to a police station There he was imprisoned in a cellar for 12 days and beaten by police who threatened to kill him for being gay he claimed "The main accusation against me was that I’m gay" he said The police "would shout that I’m gay that people like me should be killed" Lapunov described being thrown into a cell drenched in blood "The cell was around two by two metres and about a quarter of the floor was just covered in blood — it was quite fresh blood" he said He believed he would be killed "Based on their words and their actions I thought that after a certain time they would kill me in any case" Hours after his detention police began beating him "They started beating me with sticks I don’t know how long it took but a very long time" he said "They hit me on the calves they put my face to a wall and beat me on the legs thighs buttocks and back until I started to fall" Lapunov gave a news conference at Novaya Gazeta an opposition newspaper which first reported that Chechen authorities were imprisoning and torturing gay men "The only thing that I would like now is justice" said Lapunov He first came forward in August with the help of the Committee against Torture a rights group His testimony came after Russian authorities initially dismissed the reports arguing there was no factual basis Russian rights ombudswoman Tatiana Moskalkova acknowledged on Friday that she had received a statement from Lapunov "I handed his statement to investigative bodies and they are working on it" she said RIA Novosti state news agency reported Lapunov said he was detained from March 16 to 28 before being released on condition that he signed forms put his fingerprints on a gun and made a video admitting to being gay he said including outburst of vector-borne and other diseases.
According to media reports, But his support didn’t translate into votes. “I have not hung with these people while growing up.