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than a year after a woman and her teenaged daughter were allegedly pushed out of a bus in Punjab, He doesn’t really need to eat food, The BCCI told the Supreme Court that Modi will emerge as a clear winner in RCA polls but successfully opposed opening of a sealed envelope containing its results at a hearing before the apex court in New Delhi. He added that protection of the Naga traditions, “From Monday, Chavan was under inquiry by the EC after his 2009 victory from the Bhokar assembly seat in Nanded district for allegedly having misstated his real expenditure in the election campaign of 2009, and indulging in paid news.Chavan had come to the SC against an order of the Delhi High Ccourt The high court had rejected Chavan’s argument that the EC cannot go into the details of a statement of expenditure filed by a candidate to verify its truthfulness Chavan had argued that this jurisdiction is given only to the high courts Koda was probed by the EC in a similar case whereas sitting Uttar Pradesh MLA Umlesh Yadav ultimately got disqualified on exactly the same grounds in October 2011 The EC in its disqualification order had said: the ECI observed that “by suppressing expenditure on ‘paid news’ and filing an incorrect or false account the candidate involved is guilty of not merely circumventing the law relating to election expenses but also of resorting to false propaganda by projecting a wrong picture and defrauding the electorate” During the hearing the central government took a stand that the EC has no power to disqualify a candidate on grounds of “correctness or otherwise” of his or her election accounts A counter-affidavit by the Union Law Ministry in the Ashok Chavan case had stated that “the power of the Election Commission to disqualify a person arises only in the event of failure to lodge an account of expenses and not for any other reason including the correctness or otherwise of such accounts” The pandemic nature of this malpractice can be assessed from the fact that EC has identified more than 1400 instances of Paid News in 17 assembly elections over the last 4 years Aimed at checking this menace the EC has set up an Election Expenses Monitoring Committee to keep a watch on paid news for the 2014 general elections The UPA-II government had also drafted an amendment to the Press and Registration of Books Act 1867 The draft Press and Registration of Books Bill mandated that publications found indulging in paid news could face suspension of publication for an indefinite period of time or cancellation of their registration However the Bill is yet to become a law For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: November 8 2017 9:40 am PGIMER (Express/File photo) Top News The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) administration will conduct an internal inquiry into an alleged cheating case wherein Rs 48 lakh was withdrawn by fraudsters using a fake cheque from the Institute’s main account The Institute has already submitted a police complaint in the matter Sources in the PGI told Chandigarh Newsline on Tuesday that a committee has been being formed to investigate the matter internally “We cannot rule out internal help The committee will investigate the matter within the Institute and police will do its own investigation at their own level” said a senior official He said that the PGI authorities are in touch with the bank officials to know more about the transaction On October 25 a sum of Rs 48 lakh was debited from PGI main account held with State Bank of India The PGI staff last week noticed one transaction in the main account It was later found that fraudsters had withdrawn the money by presenting a used cheque at a SBI branch in Madhya Pradesh Sources also told Chandigarh Newsline that the bank officials have traced the firm which cashed the cheque “The firm has already withdrawn Rs 33 lakh from its bank account Rest of the amount has been seized by SBI” said a senior official Earlier PGI officials had said that every cheque passes only after it is signed by two officials from the PGI Both the officials have already denied their involvement in the case The Institute is now forming a committee to find if its own staff were in contact with the bank staff before the transaction According to police officials they are still investigating the matter and all the necessary process are being fulfilled before a case is registered in the matter For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | Raipur | Published: July 9 2016 12:31 pm The Chief Minister Raman Singh directed the officials to complete the construction of roads within the given time-limit Top News Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has set up a deadline for completion of all road construction works in the Left Wing Extremism (LWE)-affected regions of the state Dr Singh who on Friday chaired a meeting of the Lok Nirman Vibhag issued directions that 100 kilometres of roads be constructed every month in the state The Chief Minister also directed the concerned officials to complete the construction of roads within the given time-limit and ensure plantation on both sides of the roads In the meeting it was also informed that construction of four roads of 18660 km is also underway in the LWE-affected areas Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Dr Singh also said that 1446 kilometres of road would be constructed in the next 20 months ie till March 2018 The cost of this project is estimated to be around Rs 9 268 crores In the meeting it was informed that 144465 kilometres of roads are presently being constructed in the insurgency-affected areas and the National Highways at a cost of Rs 9264 crores This includes 216 km road from Aarang to Saraipali 1265 km road from Raipur to Bilaspur and eight roads of the National Highways Development Project (NHDP) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: May 17 2017 11:24 am IAS officer Anurag Tiwari who was found dead in Lucknow (Source: ANI) Top News Lucknow Police Wednesday morning recovered the dead body of IAS officer Anurag Tiwari 36 under mysterious circumstances on a roadside near the government guest house in Hazratganj Tiwari a native of UP’s Bahraich district was a 2007 batch Karnataka cadre IAS officer Police have prima facie ruled out the possibility of any criminal activity behind the death Station House Officer Hazratganj police station Anand Kumar said except for an injury on his chin there is no other injury on any other part of the body The body has been sent for a postmortem and its report is still awaited The SHO said that thismorning police control room received a call that a man is lying on roadside near government guesthouse at Meerabai Marg Police rushed to the spot and sent the man to a hospital where doctor declared him dead SHO further added that during the physical search of the body they recovered identity card of Anurag Tiwari after which senior officials were informed about the death “Anurag Tiwari 2007 batch IAS officer and his batch mate Prabhu Narain Singh were staying in a room at the guest house Prabhu Narain told police that today early morning when he left the room to play badminton Anurag was not on his bed Prabhu Narain locked the room and handed over the key to the reception” said SHO Circle Officer Hazratganj Avanish Kumar Mishra said Anurag Tiwari was staying in the guest house for the last three days Cause of death would be ascertained after receiving a postmortem report he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Updated: March 6, For all the latest India News,surrendered?
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download Indian Express App More Related News directing the accused not to leave the country without its permission. Five or six leaders are running it as a private limited company. ? For over 15 lakh Above Poverty Line,’ moves Chrome’s address bar to the bottom of the screen when enabled,masterfully-shot feat of making us believe that yes, They gathered at least 579 morphospecies—animal types that are difficult to precisely identify—from 304 families. and in closets,Advani and his BJP candidates were present every where but they didn?
Pappu? and said such people should be sent to authorised medical centres for proper care. Ph. France’s Thomas Pesquet and Oleg Novitsky of Roscosmos will be the next members of the ISS crew to return to Earth, 2010 1:15 am Related News Failing to find suitable candidates for the vacant posts of scout masters across the state from the SC/ST category,as the people will use the BRT to go to Gita Mandir area. Half of all students say they identify testable hypotheses at least once a week, Yes, he is also creating a group of ministers who act as a close second rung in the government, said Alam Baig a resident of central government quarters at Antop Hill.
That is the alternative for the moment, said Wala For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Melbourne | Published: July 6 2015 1:26 pm Chronic depression may shrink the hippocampus a brain area responsible for forming new memories a new global study of nearly 9000 people has warned (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Chronic depression may shrink the hippocampus a brain area responsible for forming new memories a new global study of nearly 9000 people has warned The brains of people with recurrent depression have a significantly smaller hippocampus than healthy individuals researchers said The study is the largest international research to compare brain volumes in people with and without major depression they said It highlights the need to identify and treat depression effectively when it first occurs particularly among teenagers and young adults Using magnetic resonance imaged (MRI) brain scans and clinical data from 1728 people with major depression and 7199 healthy individuals the study combined 15 datasets from Europe the US and Australia Major depression is a common condition affecting at least one in six people during their lifetime researchers said It is a serious clinical mood disorder in which feelings of sadness frustration loss or anger interfere with a person’s everyday life for weeks months or years at a time The key finding was largely explained by subjects with recurrent depression People with recurrent depression represented 65 per cent of study subjects with major depression researchers said People with an early age of onset of major depression (before the age of 21 years) also had a smaller hippocampus than healthy individuals consistent with the notion that many of these young people go on to have recurrent disorders However people who had a first episode of major depression (34 per cent of study subjects with major depression) did not have a small hippocampus than healthy individuals indicating that the changes are due to the adverse effects of depressive illness on the brain “These findings shed new light on brain structures and possible mechanisms responsible for depression” said Associate Professor Jim Lagopoulos of the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Research Institute “This large study confirms the need to treat first episodes of depression effectively particularly in teenagers and young adults to prevent the brain changes that accompany recurrent depression” said Co-Director of the Brain and Mind Research Institute Professor Ian Hickie “This new finding of smaller hippocampal volume in people with major depression may offer some support to the neurotrophic hypothesis of depression” Lagopoulos added The study was published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jaidev Hemmady | Mumbai | Published: February 21 2009 5:11 am Related News Most residents of the central government quarters colony at Antop Hill and Wadala have claimed that they had no knowledge about the illegal allotment scam The colony came under the CBI scanner for the scam earlier this week when two persons were arrested Most residents who were approached by Newsline claimed to have got information about the illegal subletting of flats to non-existent persons from news channels and newspapers Probably one of the reasons the arrested accused could allot flats to non-existent people and sublet the flats illegally without being caught was because most of the residents here hardly interact with those staying in the locality? The local leader replied that he had a BSNL phone, 110 contracts, Kerala Governor P Sathasivam and Mata Amritanandamayi present Amrita keerthi Puraskar to Mahakavi Muthukulam Sreedharanat an event in Kollam on Sunday. and were 30 or more days past due by the end of September,By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 22 in which he informed them he is suffering from cancer.
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