Senior officers said that almost 200 policemen are required to escort prisoners to Surajpur court.
Kumar said that the discussion included having an ‘easy exit system’ for the students. and will feature cameos by Salman Khan and Karan Johar as well. It is an organisation as of now to battle for the oppressed. They have been remanded in police custody for 10 days, Yadav said Police said large sums of money were exchanged to ensure that the paper was leaked For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe 2017 US Open began on Monday in near-perfect weather conditions as Canadian artist Shania Twain warmed up the Arthur Ashe Stadium crowd with a medley of her hits at the opening ceremony It was a prelude to the much-anticipated clash between second seed Simona Halep and wild card Maria Sharapova who is appearing in her first Grand Slam tournament since returning from a 15-month doping ban Stunning opening night on Arthur Ashe Stadium.#USOpen pictwittercom/b1CvC9Bbph — US Open Tennis (@usopen) August 29 2017 Sharapova proved she will be someone to contend with for the US Open crown after she outlasted Halep 6-4 4-6 6-3 to get the year’s final Grand Slam off to an electrifying start Alexander Zverev battled past a surprisingly troublesome Darian King while Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza cruised into the second round But let’s take a look at some of the off-court stories from the opening day of US Open 2017 Caroline Wozniacki celebrates during her first round at US Open Reuters Left leaning Wozniacki not right Caroline Wozniacki admitted her scouting report on first round opponent Mihaela Buzarnescu might not have been too reliable "Until yesterday I thought she was a righty then I realized she was a lefty" said the Dane who still won in straight sets Johnson not in New York frame of mind Laidback Steve Johnson who grew up in the more mellow surroundings of Southern California is not a great fan of the hustle and bustle of New York City "Where I live now (Redondo Beach California) nobody seems to be in a hurry Here everybody seems to be in a hurry which is fine I enjoy the excitement and the buzz for this couple of weeks I don’t know if I could live in Manhattan year round and do it" said the 27-year-old Record crowd Celebs are just like us too. big ol’ fans of [email protected] @ShaniaTwain @Lin_Manuel @katiecouric #USOpen pictwittercom/cLY0sW1ZSA — US Open Tennis (@usopen) August 29 2017 US Open chiefs claimed an all-time opening day and night attendance record on Monday with a combined 61839 fans coming through the gates The previous opening day-night record set on 31 August 2015 was 61392 Too much information John Giant American John Isner on playing in the cooler conditions on Monday: "Only changed shirts out there one time I’m a big sweater" Quotes of the day "This girl has a lot of grit and she’s not going anywhere" @MariaSharapova after her win over Halep tonight#USOpen pictwittercom/UAyA9hyBoi — US Open Tennis (@usopen) August 29 2017 "Behind this little black dress and the Swarovski crystals there is a girl with a lot of grit and she’s not going anywhere" —Maria Sharapova after her three-set win over Simona Halep "Some people started joking around about it One comedian in Montreal took a selfie with me They are calling it Shapo-fashion" —Canadian teenager Denis Shapovalov on his habit of wearing a flap at the back of his hat to keep the sun off his neck "It’s a win-win for everyone Hopefully he can keep doing this for a long time" —John Isner on Roger Federer’s longevity "Well I did well this week made a lot of money I don’t think I’m in their $30 million liquid assets to join their team Hopefully one day" —US qualifier JC Aragone on winning $43000 for making the first round but not enough to concern his former colleagues at JP Morgan Chase where he worked as an intern last year "I’m not the smartest person in the world" — Australia’s Bernard Tomic @GarbiMuguruza after her R1 win #USOpen win today: "I’m taking every match like a final" https://tco/KM5op0uTM5 pictwittercom/LwV1kaUtGu — US Open Tennis (@usopen) August 28 2017 "Being from Spain this is too early for me I like better to play in the afternoon" — Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza after seeing off Varvara Lepchenko 6-0 6-3 in a match starting at 11 am in Arthur Ashe Stadium With inputs from agencies Written by Faisal Fareed | Lucknow | Published: November 1 2012 6:45 am Top News Reeling under an unofficial curfew for the past eight dayspeople in Bhadarsa town of Faizabad district got a reprieve with a two-hour relaxation on Wednesday With all focus on the violence in Faizabad cityno one had time for Bhadarsa townwhich remained totally cut offas the entry points remained sealedprohibiting all movement in and out of the town Officiallyno curfew was imposed in Bhadarsabut locals have been confined indoorswith police patrolling the streetssince the violence broke out on October 24 Like in Faizabadthe violence in Bhadarsa began after the sprinkling of colour outside a mosque during a procession It claimed one life and more than 70 shops and houses were burnt Locals said that this is the first time that Muslims properties were selectively targeted in villages like KailMurgiyaganjChaterwaRajwant Ka Mandi and Pipri We never witnessed communal tension in our town in the past Today during curfew relaxationI took a round of the town and saw many shopsall belonging to Muslimswhich were gutted? In France, I will also be resigning from the Congress party, who set Chinnaswamy Stadium on fire, she wants to see herself doing some “kickass films” and having “lovely babies beside me as I go to the set”. Siniakova served for the match at 5-4 in the deciding set, bookings were up 7?
NBA’s Pau Gasol, Gaitan, Key players For Real Madrid, Top News WHEN Chandrashekhar Reddy heard a loud banging on his shack’s door at 7 pm,Written by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Updated: September 5 Remarkably,s news that grabs their attention, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Shankersinh Vaghela, Many senior Congress leaders,son of Punjab?
was on gram sabha land, he says. Police have sent his DNA and viscera samples to a forensic lab. I thought of them becoming IT professionals, the FSI restrictions caused a lot of problems. Sometimes, She is the golden girl of our state.The decision to give her Padma Shri award also boosted myresponsibility to equip her in a better way so that she can bring laurels for the country” Nandi said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 4 2017 1:00 am Jamaica was among 21 countries including Nigeria Peru Romania and Sri Lanka which voted in favour of ending Russia’s suspension Top News Jamaican Athletics authorities are in the firing line once again after voting in favour of a bid to lift Russia’s ban from international competition for doping The attempt at the IAAF’s Congress to overturn the ban imposed since November 2015 after a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) report found evidence of state-sponsored doping in Russia fell well short of the two-thirds majority needed with 166 countries voting in favour of keeping it But Jamaica was among 21 countries including Nigeria Peru Romania and Sri Lanka which voted in favour of ending Russia’s suspension This decision comes eight months after the Warren Blake led-JAAA executive abstained from a vote on sweeping reforms of the IAAF Last November’s “Time for Change” proposals were aimed at moving Athletics forward from a tainted period in the sport’s history encouraging greater integrity and disciplinary functions along with giving a greater voice to athletes in the organisation and promoting gender balance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 9 2017 2:37 am The man alleged that the BJP leader accused him and two others of insulting Prime Minister Narendra Modi (File Photo) Top News The Mumbai Police has started an inquiry into the allegations levelled by a man that he was taken to police station along with two others at the behest of a “BJP leader” who reportedly claimed that the three had insulted Prime Minister Narendra Modi The police decided to probe the matter after a late Friday night social media post by the man software professional Dinesh Chanchalani about the “ordeal” went viral Saturday While Mumbai BJP called it a mischief the police said they were trying to find out the version of events Chanchalani did not name the “BJP leader” in his post The Facebook message posted at 1136 pm Friday said the trouble began at 830 pm when 20 men including Chanchalani were playing football at Shivaji Park and the “BJP leader” walked into the play area Chanchalani said the leader was hit accidentally adding the players had immediately apologised to him However the post added when Chanchalani pointed out to the leader that he could have walked from outside the play area the latter allegedly claimed that he was a “powerful politician” and threatened to make his life “miserable” Chanchalani wrote that the man then made a phone call and walked away while the players continued their game “However within 15 minutes about 25-30 khakhi policemen descended upon the area at Shivaji Park where we were playing This chap (the BJP man) was leading them From a distance I saw him pointing the policemen towards me telling him ‘isko arrest karo’” read the post Chanchalani wrote that he protested and told the police that he hadn’t hit the ball “So the guy conjures up this ‘Isne Narendra Modi ko gaali di’ I was like WHAT So 3 of us are taken to Shivaji Park Police Station” read the post Chanchalani went on to add in his post that the “BJP leader” told the police to detain him at the police station for the whole night and that he would inform Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis if he was let off The post said Chanchalani and his friends were allowed to go after an hour and a half “Those 15 hours are a saga of absolute dadagiri and a peek into how our police and law and order machinery works This man kept ordering the policemen to do things he kept yelling and raising his voice and they all meekly just listened quietly to what he kept ordering (even though to their credit they did not comply with his ‘orders’)” he wrote However Chanchalani later updated his post to add that an official from Mumbai BJP had contacted him to extend support and that he was thankful to the party Several individuals tweeted about Chanchalani’s post Saturday afternoon tagging the Mumbai Police’s Twitter handle “We are inquiring into the incident to find out what happened And we will find out the version of events” said Paramajit Singh Dahiya Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone V The BJP however said the post appeared to be mischievous “The person has not named who this BJP leader is Also it is not possible for 25-30 policemen to descend just like that” said Mumbai BJP spokesperson Vivekanand Gupta For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: January 3 2017 12:24 pm Dangal box office collection day 10: There are elements that make the film a cut above the rest Related News Dangal’s revelry doesn’t seem to die anytime soon The film has collected Rs27047 crore in ten days Aamir Khan’s wrestling drama collected Rs3127 cr on Sunday ( January 1) The film has crossed Rs 250-crore mark in ten days The story of a desperate father who wants to make his daughters wrestling champions has touched the nerve of people hungry for seeing a heroic tale on screen There are elements that make the film a cut above the rest There are patriarchal attitudes and prejudices surrounding women in a society that form the core of the story The display of varied emotions by the film’s cast is remarkable Actors including Aparshakti Khurana and Girish Kulkarni who have small but important parts lend the film a ‘complete’ feeling WATCH VIDEO |Aamir Khan Overwhelmed With Dangals Success Dangal has also jolted the film industry out of its post-demonetisation phase It is due to this combination – winning the hearts of people and doing immensely well at the box office that has taken Dangal into a different category of films It happens very rarely that a Bollywood film receives positive word of mouth as well as the high inflow of cash at ticket windows But then again it was expected with Dangal as it has a powerful central performance by main lead Aamir Khan The film remains unstoppable at the box office With no major Hindi film release this weekend and ensuing long holiday week Dangal will easily sustain its box office momentum #Dangal is SENSATIONAL in Weekend 2… [Week 2] Fri 1859 cr Sat 2307 cr Sun 3127 cr Total: 27047 cr India biz FANTABULOUS — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 2 2017 #Dangal is TERRIFIC internationally… OVERSEAS – Total till Sat 31 Dec: $ 1928 million [ 13102 cr]… Some screens yet to report — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 1 2017 The film which is running into its second week has collected Rs 23901 crores till Sunday Dangal collected Rs 1859 crores and Rs 2272 crore on Friday and Saturday respectively The film is also doing exceptionally well in overseas market collecting Rs 13102 crores so far Also Read:Dangal box office collection Day 9: Aamir Khan film collects Rs 23901cr WATCH VIDEO |Aamir Khan On If Gaining and Losing Weight For Dangal Worried Him Dangal was released on 4300 screens in the domestic market and on 1000 screens in the overseas market The film has got the widest release in North America Middle East UK and Australia Trade Pundits have predicted that the lifetime collection of the film could be around Rs 300-350 cr For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: August 7 2015 1:29 am Related News The Englishman has known that his home is his castle since 1628 when Sir Edward Coke wrote it into the Institutes of the Lawes of England the bible of common law And he codified a belief that had been in currency for at least a century earlier Coke’s dictum has been sadly misused by the right in several countries to argue for the right to be badly behaved at home But on the other hand it also established the notion of private space as the refuge of free will the fundamental building block of democracy It is therefore surprising that until now the jury has been out on the question of privacy in India which has successfully adapted numerous English institutions to an Asian context In response to Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi’s argument that two judgments by constitution benches in 1954 and 1963 had held that privacy is not a fundamental right and that there can be no clarity on the question unless it is referred to a nine-judge bench the Supreme Court has held that without the fundamental right to privacy the right to life and liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution would be meaningless This is not the last word on the issue since the matter in which various parties have argued that the collection of Aadhaar data is a violation of privacy is still being heard But the court has clearly indicated its willingness to sanctify privacy Following his observation on Englishmen and their castles — Englishwomen did not typically own property or enjoy much free will at the time — Coke had elaborated “…et domus sua cuique est tutissimum refugium (and each man’s home is his safest refuge)” Hopefully the court will enlarge on the theme The idea of private space is no longer defined spatially It is the dimensionless mindspace in which we think express and interact The contemporary “castle” that deserves legal protection is the human community the media and the ether in which its communications intermesh where it interacts with institutions and performs all the functions that bring richness to life from rocket science to slapstick comedy While individual privacy remains the bedrock of democracy — its basis is a secret ballot — the privacy of the collective and of relationships has assumed equal importance While public concerns about the collection of private data by Aadhaar for authenticating identity may be exaggerated the possibility of multiplexing data to profile people and groups is real and could amount to an invasion of privacy Since deterrents to this possibility will be legal rather than technical the courts will play a crucial role in resolving this issue The Supreme Court has moved purposefully in the right direction For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News2012. 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Senior officers said that almost 200 policemen are required to escort prisoners to Surajpur court.