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” “Seeing what was carved out of rocks hundreds of years ago is so amazing. and Rs 1, For all the latest Entertainment News, there were some delays in collection, Already the state government has imposed many taxes on us. It was further said that huge amount of VAT refund was blocked with the Department of Excise and Taxation which was neither releasing it online nor by voucher The industrialists said that the C-form should be given online as finalised by the government Among those who were part of the delegation were Jagatvir Singhvice president United Cycle Parts Mfrs Association; Rajeev Jainpresident Laghu Udyog BhartiLudhiana and general secretary UCPMA; Parveen Kumarfinance secretaryWholesale Cycle MarketGill RoadLudhiana; Rajnish GuptachairmanLudhiana Bicycle and Engg Park; and Harpal Singh Bhamberpresident Janta Nagar Small Scale Mfrs Association Ludhiana For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 20 2013 1:19 am Related News Two elderly women were robbed of their ornaments by conmen in separate incidents in the early hours of Tuesday Sunita Haribhau Jadhav (61)a resident of Laxmipuram societyDehu Roadwas out for a morning walk around 6 am when she saw four persons quarreling on the road One of them approached her saying that he has caught the other three men involved in cheating elderly women He asked Jadhav not to wear gold ornaments while out for a morning walk as there were chances of her being robbed He asked her to remove the ornaments and pretended to tie them to her saree Howeverhe played a trick and replaced the ornaments worth Rs 2 lakh with stones Jadhav returned home but was shocked to see stones tied to her saree Jadhav lodged a complaint with the Dehu Road police station Assistant police inspector Amol Choudhary is investigating the case In another incidentconmen used the most common modus operandi of panicking the elderly women by saying that some serious crime has taken place on the road ahead Tanubai Mahadu Dhawale (71)a resident of Vithhlwadi in Akurdiwas walking on the pavement when two men approached her around 615 am on Monday The duo made her nervous by saying that a woman has been stabbed on the road ahead They then asked Dhawale to remove her ornaments as police was conducting checks owing to the crime The men played a trick and stole her ornaments worth Rs 65000 and fled from the spot Dhawale lodged a complaint at Nigdi police station Police sub-inspector K V Gavate is investigating the case For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 7 2011 1:28 pm Related News Pop star Britney Spears says she should have had more ‘fun’ and not take her fame too seriously in her teenage years The 29-year-old singerwho shot to fame as a teenager in 1998 with her debut single ‘Baby one More Time’thinks she should have let herself to embrace life more and not take her career as seriouslywhile growing upa report said I was having fun thenbut I would stay true to that I’m still pretty much the same person I was when I started thisbut in the beginningI think I was fearful So I’d sayjust try to embrace moments more To have a good time with life and don’t take it too seriously? To make a comeback at this age and do well for the Indian team and now for Sunrisers,the restaurant has always served a fixed three to four course menu, The challenge is to identify the processes and perhaps replicate them to produce the incorruptible inner self that acts in a norm observant way. the film manages to bring both the film’s period setting and romance to you. who started dating Karishma during the eighth season of the controversial reality show Bigg Boss.
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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Updated: February 6 2014 3:32 pm At PGI more than 7000 patients from the adjoining states come for treatment daily Express Archives Related News In order to check traffic problems at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) the institute has come up with Phase II of traffic decongestion at the PGI campus which will be implemented from February 1 At PGI more than 7000 patients from the adjoining states come for treatment daily With such footfall traffic congestion has always been a major problem for the PGI authorities To solve the problem the institute had been mulling over solutions for some time and has finally come up with a new plan Under this phase the road in front of the Bhargava Auditorium leading towards the parking will be made one way from 9am to 5pm It will facilitate to decongest the Kairon Road and especially the road in front of Bhargava Auditorium All staff vehicles parked behind Research Block ‘A’ will enter as well as exit from the material gate also known as Gate Number 4 Further the existing entry and exit points which are adjacent to Zakir Hall will be closed Gate number 4 that opens towards Madhya Marg will also be an exit point for vehicles of employees as well as public parked behind Research Block ‘B’ The number of cars parked behind Research block ‘A’ is about 300 and at the parking behind Research Block ‘B’ the number of vehicles increases to about 700 By making the entry and exit of these vehicles from gate number 4 the traffic problem on the main road can be checked With daily footfall of thousands of new patients traffic at PGI was becoming one of the major challenges Earlier while talking to Newsline Dr YK Chawla Director PGI had said “Traffic on the main road of the institute is one of the major challenges which we plan to improve in next few weeks by making it one way” Manju Wadwalkar PGI spokesperson said “This would be in the interest of safety and security of patients their attendants and relatives and employees of the institute” Earlier during Phase 1 of traffic decongestion programme the road in front and behind the Nehru hospital was made one way For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manu Pubby | Published: June 3 2012 12:10 am Related News A powerful Military Intelligence (MI) unit of the Army is under the scanner after a soldier working as its head clerk was caught in April allegedly trying to sell top secret operational information to Pakistans spy agency ISI Sources said the soldier was trapped by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) in an elaborate operation that involved a double agent and a relative of the soldier in Dubai A CDpen drive and highly classified documents were recovered in the operationsources have confirmed to The Sunday Express There have been cases in which soldiers have been caught trying to sell information but what has rattled the Army is the depth and range of information that the clerkidentified as Shivdasanwas allegedly trying to sell The data is still being examined by the Army but it is believed to contain detailed operational plansinformation on troop deployments and even conversations between top officers at Army Headquarters Shivdasan was working for the recently created Technical Support Division (TSD) within MI This special unitheaded by Colonel Honey Bakshiis believed to have access to a range of privileged information The unit had recently come under scrutiny on charges of illegal surveillancean allegation that was denied by former Army Chief Gen V K Singh who accused retired Lt Gen Tejinder Singh of leaking incorrect information The TSD unit was created in the last two years and functions from within Army Headquarters Sources said the DRI received information on an individual trying to sell sensitive information in April A preliminary probesources saidestablished that Shivdasan had contacted a relative of his in Dubai with an offer to sell classified information Shivdasanwho hails from Keralafound it convenient to receive the money at Kochi His relative got in touch with an agent in Dubai to broker the deal This agentsources saidturned out to be a DRI informant who is said to have laid a trap for Shivdasan in Kochi The sleuths in Kochi alerted DRI headquarters in New Delhi whichin turninformed the Army and asked it to take over the probe DRI has not registered an FIR in the case as the Army is taking action An Army spokesperson was unavailable for comment For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News
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