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after getting a computer science degree, For all the latest Pune News, One in four people with diabetes doesn’t know he or she has it. The police were trying to ensure that the voters stood in a proper queue as the area near the polling station was narrow,It was also realised that not allowing students to park cars in the hostel premises leads to a far bigger traffic chaos on the lanes outside the hostels, Professor Goyal added The university has now decided to make a few roads inside the campus as one-waywhich includes the road connecting the Girls hostel 4 to Girls hostel 9 We have already made this road one-way from 6-9pmand soon sign-boards will be placed on the road to inform the students Some PU security personnel will also be deployed to regulate the traffic on this road?and http://www.” Deshmane says. his astute observations and his humility.never – worked in a suspense drama.after it was found that the chemical was being widely used by terrorists to make explosives.
The Home Ministry had in December 2008 declared ammonium nitrate as ? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Berlin | Published: April 10, but not for more than the retirement age.Lulla Nagar.social media and access to technology has been a distinct enabler in getting citizens together.it will be around 40 per cent more as compared to last year, Lala Bodara mango-grower of Moruka villagesaid For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTrump ends CIA arms support for anti-Assad Syria rebels – US officials | Reuters World Reuters Jul 20 2017 03:32:04 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 20 2017 03:32 AM | Updated Date: Jul 20 2017 03:32 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Porto: Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo struck his fifth international hat-trick including a spectacular volleyed opener to lead the European champions to a 5-1 win over the Faroe Islands in their World Cup qualifier on Thursday The 32-year-old Portugal’s record scorer took his haul in the current qualifying campaign to 14 goals in seven games and his overall tally to 78 in 144 international appearances Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his third goal against Faroe Islands Reuters The win left the Portuguese in second place with 18 points from seven games in Group B Leaders Switzerland are three points clear after beating Andorra 3-0 in a game interrupted by rain Third-placed Hungary beat Latvia 3-1 to reach 10 points The group winners qualify for Russia while the eight best second-placed teams in the nine groups go into a playoff round with the Swiss having guaranteed at least runners-up spot Ronaldo needed three minutes to open his account when he met Bernardo Silva’s cross with an acrobatic volley at the far post “I’ve been looking to score a goal like that for a while” he said “That sort of goal was missing from my career and now I’ve done it It was a nice move” Ronaldo doubled the lead in the 29th sending Gunnar Nielsen the wrong way with a penalty after Joao Mario was tripped by Roaldur Jakobsen and nearly completed a hat-trick when his low shot was turned away by the Faroes’ goalkeeper Santos Angered Portugal then eased up and the Faroes who had already forced an early save from Rui Patricio pulled one back with the simplest of goals as a long throw-in was headed on at the near post and volleyed home by Rogvi Baldvinsson That angered Portugal coach Fernando Santos “We lost concentration and they scored from a move that we had studied” he said “I don’t like us to concede goals that way in a loss of concentration” Midfielder William Carvalho gave Portugal some breathing space by heading in from Ronaldo’s cross in the 58th minute Carvalho returned the compliment seven minutes later when he slipped the ball to Ronaldo who dummied and fired a left foot shot past Nielsen Portugal substitute Nelson Oliveira completed the scoring with an easy goal in the 85th minute after the Faroes defence failed to clear a Ronaldo cross Ronaldo’s other hat-tricks were against Northern Ireland Armenia Sweden and Andorra By: Reuters | Updated: February 13 2017 5:27 pm Georginio Wijnaldum’s side dropped to fourth 11 points behind leaders Chelsea after 25 games (Source: AP) Top News Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum says Saturday’s improved performance in the 2-0 Premier League win over Tottenham Hotspur was a team effort and not solely down to the return to form of Senegalese striker Sadio Mane Mane grabbed the headlines with a first-half brace that guided a revived Liverpool past second-placed Tottenham earning the Merseyside club their first league win of the year after a woeful run of results “He is really important but it is too much Sadio Mane now Before he left for Africa we had good results… I don’t think it is fair to the other players to say ‘because of Sadio Mane we win’” Wijnaldum told British media During Mane’s absence at the African Nations Cup in January and early February Liverpool’s bid for the title collapsed as they failed to win any of their five league matches and dropped to fourth 11 points behind leaders Chelsea after 25 games “Of course he is a great player but I think it is more about the team than only Sadio Mane It is normal (that) if you have poor results without Sadio everyone will say ‘Sadio Mane’” Dutch international Wijnaldum added “You have to get used to it but I don’t think it is fair We did it in most of the big games but in other games we didn’t deliver That was the biggest problem… Against the smaller teams we didn’t deliver That was a bad thing” The victory at Anfield marked only Liverpool’s second win in their last 11 games and midfielder Adam Lallana credited a clear-the-air meeting hosted by captain Jordan Henderson for setting things in motion “He (Henderson) wanted it to happen We knew as players we had to take responsibility It was up to us to respond… There was a sense of everyone coming together” Lallana said Liverpool next travel to face 17th-placed Leicester City on Feb 27 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: November 24 2015 3:27 am Related News Farmers in Haryana have defaulted on agricultural loan repayment amounting to Rs 1400 crore To ensure recovery of the loans 25 biggest defaulters have been identified in each district and their photographs are being printed in newspapers The maximum loan is pending in Bhiwani district where farmers are yet to return Rs 18810 crore The next is Mahendragarh district with Rs 18064 crore as the pending amount An amount of Rs 12644 crore is pending against farmers in Jind district and Rs 11254 crore in Karnal While Panchkula with an amount of Rs 15 crore pending and Rohtak where Rs 18 crore is pending are amongst the districts with a better record at repayment of the loans The Haryana State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank Limited which offers long term loans to farmers has identified 25 biggest defaulters in each district and has started a campaign Under this the loan amount along with the pictures of defaulters are being published in vernacular newspapers An official said the farmers who are willfully not paying the loans even though they are capable of doing so have been identified The campaign is meeting with opposition from the farmer organisations Sewa Singh Arya president Bharatiya Kisan Union said “Getting photographs of defaulting farmers printed in newspapers is not a correct practice This will cause embarrassment to the farmers in their villages and among their relatives and friends The farmers do not have the money to repay the loans otherwise why would they not pay” He added that the last three crops have been spoilt owing to various reasons Arya further said the farmers have not also been able to return the loans taken from the commission agents Under a one-time settlement scheme the farmers have been asked to pay the loans by December end or else their properties are likely to be auctioned Satbir Sharma managing director Haryana State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank Limited said with the announcement of the one-time settlement scheme recovery of loans has started “The loans are pending over a period of few years Around 125 lakh farmers have defaulted on the repayment of loans We are expecting to collect a substantial amount by December” he said The banks had started making recoveries when the panchayat elections were announced in the state One of the conditions for filing the nomination was that there should be no loan pending against the candidate With a petition filed against the conditions in the Supreme Court and a decision still awaited the repayment of the loans also slowed down For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Updated: July 21 2016 11:30 am A study by Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research has stated that most of the patients who were admitted in the hospital last year with burn injuries were youths (Source: Express Photo) Top News Burn injuries were more common in men as compared to women a study by the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research has revealed It has also stated that most of the patients who were admitted in the hospital last year with burn injuries were youths The department of plastic surgery had conducted the study among 103 patients who were admitted in the hospital with burn injuries last year The hospital receives around 400 patients every year with burn injuries Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The study pointed out that around 91 per cent of such patients were men and mostly labourers and electricians In most of the cases the patients got injured because of ignorance or carelessness Around 31 per cent of the patients suffered injuries while coming in contact with live wires in fields or rooftops Around 20 per cent of the patients suffered injuries while dealing with transformers Of the 103 patients studied 40 per cent of them were uneducated and took up the job without sufficient safety measures Doctors have termed electrical burns a rampant problem in the country The PGI doctors have made some observations in the study “Extensive injuries need to be managed in a tertiary carecentre with a multidisciplinary approach The quality of life of patients with high voltage burns and amputees was poor” The study has also revealed that the patients had to go undergo various surgeries while 39 per cent of them had to go for amputation during treatment Several measures to lessen the number of electric burn cases have been recommended It has also recommended adequate enforcement of electric safety regulation with “stiffer penalties for non-compliance” Dr R K Sharma head of the department plastic surgery PGI said there has been a change in trend among the burn patients “Earlier we used to receive mostly women patients But now the trend is changing and men are more in number” he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: January 5 2016 7:42 pm Deepika Padukone’s ex beau Nihaar Pandya said: “We are very much in touch It’s nowhere close to the way it has been portrayed that both of us are waiting to run each other down or anything” Related News Deepika Padukone who is celebrating her birthday today (January 5) has become one of the top heroines in Bollywood and an icon for budding actors Every move she makes is keenly observed and written about – be it about her link ups with colleagues or the ad she did few months ago However not much is known about Nihaar Pandya Deepika’s first boyfriend when she shifted base from Bengaluru to Mumbai In pics:Happy Birthday Deepika: Bollywood’s Piku Mastani Turns30 A mention of Nihaar Pandya on Google only throws up articles talking about his link ups with Deepika Padukone and model Gauahar Khan Not many know that Nihaar was a state-level runner in his school days a budding cricketer who played for under 16 and under 19 Mumbai teams a trained Kathak dancer and co-owner of Zoo Bar which directs part of its profit to an animal welfare NGO In pics:Happy Birthday Deepika Padukone: Mastani Leela – Her Toproles Nihaar Pandya is a far cry from his earlier simpleton avatar The hair which used to be slicked back has now given way to a nice styled one while his shoulders and biceps are very well-defined Also on cards is a Bollywood debut in the near future In this conversation with IndianExpresscom Nihaar Pandya talks about his life Also read:Deepika Ranveer’s ‘Bajirao Mastani’ box office collections unstoppable earns Rs16235cr Are you still in touch with Deepika How would you define your equation with her today Yes we are very much in touch It’s nowhere close to the way it has been portrayed so far with reports suggesting that both of us are waiting to run each other down or anything It’s all very much on a friendly note But these days when you say friends people feel there is something more to it and we should check with the other person as well Unfortunately with these relationships that I have been tagged there is a wrong notion among people that I am wanting to be with an actress That is not how we had planned it And I would like to undo that this year I would now like my actions to speak louder than words It’s Deepika’s birthday today Anything that you would like to say Like every year I wish her a very happy birthday May she keep delivering bigger hits with every passing year Tell us about your childhood I was born and raised in Mumbai in an upper middle class family Life has always been great for me I was the youngest in my family till about four years ago when my nephew arrived I was always pampered and extremely naughty I am remembered by all my teachers as the one who troubled them a lot I couldn’t have asked for anything more while growing up Academics however was never on my mind The attitude towards studies was missing The aptitude because of the attitude was also missing Sports was something that excited me I used to be a runner in school and have run for Maharashtra My interest soon graduated towards cricket and I soon started playing for Mumbai under 16 and under 19 I played cricket for college and school as well as Khar gymkhana Why didn’t you take it up professionally Unfortunately it didn’t take me long to realise about the politics involved in selection I could see how during selection nets used to be divided separately one for local boys and hundreds of others including me got clubbed in a separate net I should have perhaps hung in But the perseverance then was missing Or else sports would have been it How did acting become your calling then My first stint to do anything with entertainment was at NM college where to escape attendance issues we used to do different things I was the captain of my junior cricket team and that got me only 45 to 50 days of approved leaves Then I realised that drama would allow me 60 days of leave So I went and got myself enrolled in drama in NM college And that is when I felt I had an interest for acting But there was still never an ardent desire to be an actor until I started assisting my uncle on shoots My uncle is a doctor and he has worked with many Hollywood films that used to get shot in India Hollywood films don’t work without a doctor on call and my uncle has been an onset doctor for many English films right from Ben Kingsley’s Gandhi Once I went with him to a shoot in Rajasthan where ‘Marigold’ was being shot There were lots of people who suffered from sunstrokes and from that suddenly a question came in whether you would want to fill in for a person who was taken ill due to sunstroke I grabbed it Here on the sets of Marigold I got maximum exposure seeing the director and also got to train with the likes of Salman Khan and his team There was Remo who was the choreographer From learning dance and other things to finally seeing how this one man Salman Khan would come on sets and do it all by just taking one look at it the experience inspired me After Rajasthan I came back to Mumbai and got enrolled in Anupam Kher’s institute Actor Prepares and that is where it all started Nihar Pandya You mentioned about having learnt Kathak How did that come about I used to struggle with rhythm It was Priyanka Chopra who suggested I should try learning Kathak to correct my rhythm problems I then joined Veeru Krishna and learnt dance under him It was a fabulous one year of experience It gave me a sense of rhythm I also learnt Hindustani classical music for six months just to understand a sense of rhythm Today I can dance to save my life So is Bollywood next on cards Acting is where my heart is I have signed a Hindi film and they are tying up with a studio before which I can’t reveal too many details The world knows you as Deepika Padukone and Gauahar Khan’s ex- boyfriend Does that ever bother you There is not much I can do about it right now I don’t think Deepika or Gauahar see it the way the world sees it or I see it the way the world sees it It only makes for a story when it’s shown to the world the way it has been shown so far If I am given a chance I can show what I have to offer For both me and Deepika it all started at Actor Prepares She got a chance and she is doing phenomenally well and improving with every film that she is doing which is great On my front it has taken long rather long But I have been told that a hopeless optimist is the right way to be Good things come with time and better things take slightly longer time So I am just holding onto that thought and 2016 should be my year Any regrets I have no complaints in life Only lessons learnt For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More 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and falls in love with two men.state Intelligence ADG O P Singh and the Lucknow Range IG reached the spot in the morning and were camping in the district till late this evening. On August 17, I felt so emotional to see myself on that hoarding.Your timing ? Either it’s Anna on screen or other actors talking about him. Indian Railways are not being untruthful when they claim that incidents per mtkm have been decreasing.