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Said a senior government officer,There are lots of objections from commuters and other road users against charging toll on this expressway Thereforethe decision to give toll rights to the Jaypee Group in return for its maintenance has to be reviewed? Sources said the Jaypee Group seems willing to leave the matter of collection of toll on the NOIDA-Greater NOIDA Expressway for the time being?but the government wants to settle it before the Yamuna Expressway is thrown open for use The project was conceived in 2003 during the Mayawati regime and named Taj Expressway Howeversoon after the formation of Samajwadi Party government in 2003an inquiry was launched into the award of contract to the Jaypee Group Although the inquiry committee gave a clean chit to the tender processthe project was not taken up It was revived after the formation of the BSP government again in 2007 and re-named Yamuna Expressway The farmers agitation in Tappal and other places against allotment of land to the developer as sweetener for development of townships delayed the project In spite of its best effortsthe Mayawati government could not complete it before the assembly elections For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 14 2012 1:32 am Related News Reeling under acute shortage of waterthe residents of Delhi have been forced to change their daily routine to deal with the crisisespecially the erratic supply Until recentlyRakesh Aggrawals house in D-blockEast of Kailashused to get water regularly from 330 am to 530 am every day Nowthere is no fixed time for water supply The Delhi Jal Board tankers rarely come to our rescue We have to depend on private companies who charge as much as Rs 3500 per tanker They are taking advantage of situationhiking the price from the Rs 2000 that they used to charge earlier? The other two toll plazas will be built whenever the Jewar International airport is built. Curricula from American schools could permeate those institutions.” read the statement. ? by the show? that induced her to stay by his side. @sushantsinghrajput you’re welcome!” wrote Kriti as she posted a video of her teaching Sushant ’ Raabta will hit the theatres on June 9 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: June 17 2010 2:22 am Related News Mani Ratnam’s much-awaited bi-lingual film ‘Raavan’ had its star-studded world premiere here on Wednesday night which was attended by Bollywood bigwigs like Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan Hundreds of film buffs gathered at the BFISouthbank in Londonwhere the premiere was heldand cheered the Bollywood actors who had gathered for the gala event Mani RatnamAbhishek BachchanAishwarya Rai and Vikram were also present at the premiere The film will simultaneously be released in Tamil and Hindi on Friday The 54-year-old directorwho made films like ‘Roja’’Dil Se’’Bombay’ and ‘Guru’which garnered both critical acclaim and box office successsaid the film was done with spirit “It is just a few metres away…lets see it” was all Mani Ratnam said when asked whether Raavan was modern-day ‘Ramayanam’ “It has been done with spirit We have all worked hard” he said Asked why he chose Aishwarya for the lead rolehe said: “She was right for it Is there any other reason” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai: The Election Commission has asked the Tamil Nadu chief electoral officer to lodge a police case over the alleged bribery of voters in RK Nagar Assembly segment the poll panel has said in reply to a query under the transparency law File image of AIADMK supporters Reuters The bypoll slated for 12 April was cancelled subsequently following allegations of large-scale distribution of money to voters entailing raids by the tax authorities The Election Commission said it had directed the CEO Tamil Nadu on 18 April to ask the RK Nagar returning officer to file a complaint with police for bribing the voters In its response to a plea under Right to Information Act by a Chennai-based lawyer MP Vairakkannan a copy of which was circulated to media here Election Commission secretary Malay Mallick in his letter to the CEO refers to the Income Tax report on raids in Tamil Nadu vis-a-vis the bypoll The letter said the commission had received a report on 9 April from IT department on search and seizure of documents indicating a large-scale distribution of money to bribe voters The alleged bribe/ inducement was to influence the bypoll in RK Nagar which is an offence under IPC the letter noted "Considering the facts and circumstances of the case the commission has directed that an FIR may be filed by the RO in the instant case" the letter said The letter signed by Mallick further said "It is expected that quick and appropriate action is taken by the police and the commission is apprised about the same at the earliest" The RTI plea of 26 April was received by the commission on 3 May and the first of its eight questions sought to know about the action over the alleged distribution of money The query asked as to what action the poll panel would be taking against the electoral misconduct of distribution of money to voters in RK Nagar constituency against various persons The people against whom the proposed action by the poll panel had been enquired about included AIADMK (Amma) deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran Chief Minister Edapadi K Palaniswamy and ministers Sengotaiyan Sellur K Raju Thangamani and Vijayabaskar In response to the RTI plea the Election Commission said "The commission has directed that an FIR may be filed by the returning officer in the instant case vide the commission’s letter dated 18 April" The second query in the RTI application asked "Whether you (the Election Commission) have any proposal to disqualify the above persons for indulging in election misconduct" The Election Commission has responded to this query saying "information not in material form" Similar was the answer to a question asking if there was any proposal to refer the matter to the CBI for a probe Meanwhile Vairakkannan has approached the Madras High Court over this issue In his writ plea expected to come up on Monday for hearing he contended that though Election Commission directed the Tamil Nadu CEO to take appropriate action the latter and the RK Nagar returning officer had not done so On the RTI response he alleged that the CEO and the returning officer "are shielding the offenders for political reason" He further submitted that it was just and necessary to direct the Tamil Nadu CEO and RK Nagar RO to file an FIR with the police He also sought a direction to the police to probe the matter and file a chargesheet for offence punishable under the IPC New Delhi: It was late one night in the summer of 2012 that Noorul Islam’s life changed for ever sealing his family’s fate as refugees from Myanmar’s Rakhine state Representational image Reuters Noorul was then just seven but remembers in detail how militants attacked their home in Rakhine He also remembers their escape from death and the early days of struggle in Bangladesh from where they were turned out and made their way to India "Our situation was really bad because my father didn’t have enough money to support us We went hungry for days until we arrived in India and my father started selling fish to earn a living he said tears welling up at the memory Noorul’s family is one of the 70 staying in a camp in Shaheen Bagh tucked away in a corner of south Delhi They are the nowhere people the Rohingya Muslims considered by the UN to be the most persecuted minority in the world There are about 1200 Rohingyas in the national capital some in Shaheen Bagh and the others in a camp in Madanpur Khadar With hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas mostly Muslims being forced to flee from Rakhine this month and take refuge in Bangladesh their plight has hit global headlines UN secretary general Antonio Guterres has said the Rohingya Muslims are facing a catastrophic humanitarian situation But those in India face their own share of anxieties with the government threatening to deport them All of 12 Noorul talks with the wisdom of someone much older when he says he would never want to go back to his homeland For him home is a small makeshift tent next to huge piles of garbage and school is the nearby government one in Jasola "I am happy here and I love going to school I would never like to go back to my homeland because the military kills children there I want to request the government not to send us back to Myanmar" he said The others in the camp are equally fearful at the thought of returning to the country that was once their home "I don’t want to live as a refugee my whole life But even if I think of going back to my village in Myanmar those nightmarish memories of military attacks haunt me said Sabikun Nahar "They burnt our house and forced us to follow Buddhism We were even banned from going to the local mosque and we were so scared that we wouldn’t sleep at night" she said The 21-year-old had left her village in 2012 and moved to Bangladesh with her relatives She lived with her parents in the camp for a year but extreme poverty and no employment avenues drove her to India In 2013 Nahar found herself in the Shaheen Bagh camp She is now married to Mohammed Zubair 30 a fellow refugee in the camp who works with an NGO in the city He earns about Rs 12000 every month and the couple finds it difficult to make ends meet But Nahar shudders at the thought of being sent back "The situation has worsened since 2012 I want the whole world to support us I wanted to call my parents who are now in Bangladesh to Delhi but with the government here thinking of deporting us how will I call them" she asked Constant worry — about their present their future and the well-being of their families in Myanmar or in Bangladesh — is the subtext of all their lives Abdul Rahim 35 who runs a small grocery shop in the camp and earns about Rs 300 a day has been desperately trying to get in touch with his brother back home "There are many relatives who are still stuck in the country I am worried about my brother and his family because they haven’t reached Bangladesh yet" said Abdul who fled from Myanmar nine years ago He said he is shocked by the governments plan to deport them "I would rather die here than go back to my country where people are facing atrocities and violence" Hoping for some intervention Shabeer who works with the Rohingyas Human Rights Initiative (ROHRIngya) has written a letter to external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj "We wrote a letter to the foreign minister on 23 August and are waiting for a reply I want to ask the government here why they want to deport us" he said He speaks for thousands of other Rohingyas who dread the prospect of being sent back from India The government told Parliament on 9 August that more than 14000 Rohingyas registered with the UNHCR are at present staying in India However activists estimate that around 40000 Rohingyas are living in India illegally mostly in Delhi-NCR Jammu and Hyderabad and parts of Haryana Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju had earlier said the Rohingyas were illegal immigrants and stand to be deported On Monday the Supreme Court will hear a plea challenging the government’s decision to deport illegal Rohingya Muslim immigrants back to Myanmar Their future might well take another decisive turn Monday Griezmann often walks around sipping yerba mate — an infused drink popular in parts of South America — and always wears long sleeves, 2016 11:23 am France play Germany in Semi-final of Euro 2016 on Thursday.

2017 04:15 AM | Updated Date: Aug 12,tenth of every month positively. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 28 2012 1:14 am Related News UT Education Secretary V K Singh on Tuesday laid the foundation stone of an additional block and inaugurated the science exhibition at the Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS)Raipur Khurd We are keen on taking up projects of building infrastructure of various schools in and around the city Schools without the adequate number of classrooms are absolutely unacceptable to me HenceI have called for enhancing coordination between the Education Department and the Engineering Department?