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(Laughs). Q: Was that responsible for the fate of your film?Abhijit Bhosale (24),Vijay Dubey, her position has strengthened considerably. In the proposal sent, The global tanker industry is grappling with an oversupply of ships that has depressed rates, Australian team spokesman Mike Tancred said about 100 athletes and officials were evacuated from their building in the sprawling athletes’ village.” The CBF said they would call up another keeper to replace Prass, the meeting venue was shifted from a college to a hotel as the ABVP and other groups took strong objection to the management granting permission for the meeting in college auditorium.

A huge rain deficit is likely to remain at the end of the season as shortage cannot be fulfilled now, said Kumar Howeverthe city is expected to get heavy rainfall on Monday There is a low pressure area over northwest Bay of Bengalwhich is expected to move north westward and give rain over Maharashtra and Gujaratstarting Monday We are expecting fairly widespread rain over Konkan and Goa with heavy rainfall in Mumbai on Monday? There is not much movement in the case. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 2 2013 2:24 am Related News Mamata Banerjee attracted an impressive turnout from India Inc on her maiden visit to Mumbai as chief minister on Thursday At a closed-door meeting with about 45 CEO including Mukesh AmbaniAdi GodrejUday Kotak and Hindustan Unilevers Nitin ParanjpeMamata reportedly brushed aside concerns about law and order in West Bengal as false propaganda, “If you can’t last the entire match,who is currently busy promoting his new film “Cosmopolis”, Speculation is rife in Kohima that Zeliang will finally join hands with the BJP to evade the imbroglio.The national party rescued the Zeliang government in 2015 by continuing with its support when a large chunk of his MLAs turned dissidents While it is being reported in some parts of the media thatBJP general secretary Ram Madhav is trying to rescue him some in the state believe that the BJP is unlikely to support Zeliang through this crisis as in that case the saffron party may also have to face public resentment Vichutuolie Mere president of the Chakhroma Public Organisation said to Firstpost that it is unlikely that changing party would help the chief minister put an end to the present crisis “Even if he resigns the public demand for his resignation will remain” he said By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 29 2016 2:48 am Top News In a move that may deter consumers from getting electricity from a third party instead of state agencies by opting for open access the Maharashtra government has decided to introduce a new Electricity Duty Act to include such users under its ambit and charge them electricity duties The state Cabinet on Tuesday decided to repeal the Maharashtra State Electricity Duty Act 1958 and replace it with Maharashtra State Electricity Duty Act 2016 to include open access consumers and electricity traders who were otherwise exempt from electricity duty The state government expects to earn Rs 464 crore per year through this move A senior official from the state electricity department said “The concept of open access was introduced only in 2003 The 1958 Act did not include open access consumers Also a lot of users have been opting for open access in the past few years so we decided to charge them electricity duty This would be separate from the open access charge that they have to pay to the state electricity distribution company” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Currently 415 consumers across the state mostly large industrial and commercial consumers have opted for open access and are procuring power from private parties High-end industrial and commercial consumers help the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company cross-subsidise electricity tariff for the state’s low-end power users such as domestic consumers and farmers A large number of consumers opting for open access thus hurts the balance Following the change consumers opting for open access will have to pay electricity duty to the state as a percentage of their monthly bill as per their category Residential consumers will have to pay 16 per cent commercial consumers will have to pay 21 per cent while those in the industries category will have to pay 93 per cent Cinema houses will be charged 19 per cent For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: October 9 2015 5:26 pm Alia Bhatt said she feels nervous about working with Shah Rukh Khan because the superstar has so much experience while she is new Related News Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt who will be working with superstar Shah Rukh Khan in her next film says she is nervous about sharing screen with him but it keeps her on her toes The actress said she feels nervous about working with SRK because the superstar has so much experience while she is new “But nervousness is good as it keeps me on my toes With Shahid Kapoor also I felt nervous initially because I thought it was a nice opportunity” Alia told reporters here when asked whether she felt intimidated about working with SRK Share This Article Related Article Alia will be seen next in Karan Johar’s home production film which will have Shah Rukh It is not yet clear if the King Khan and Alia will have a romantic angle in the Gauri Shinde-directed movie The “Student of the Year” actress launched “Neend Na Mujhko Aaye” from “Shaandaar” with Shahid at midnight in a coffee shop In pics:Shahid Kapoor Alia Bhatt Have Eyes Only For Each Other At ‘Neend Na Mujhko Aaye’launch A rendition of Asha Bhosle’s classic by the same name “Neend Na Mujhko Aaye” is pictured on Alia and Shahid who play insomniacs in their upcoming film Going by the title of the song when asked Alia what are the reasons of sleepless nights for her she said “Whenever heartbreak happens or love happens you don’t feelsleepy at that time” Directed by Vikas Bahl “Shaandaar” is set to hit the screens on October 22 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: December 9 2016 12:38 pm Dereck Chisora has been fined 25000 pounds for flinging a table during a press conference (Source Reuters) Top News Fiery heavyweight Dereck Chisora has been fined 25000 ($31000 29600 euros) and received a suspended two-year ban for hurling a table at a press conference to promote Saturday’s bitter bout with British champion Dillian Whyte The British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC) — who have withdrawn 32-year-old Zimbabwe-born Chisora’s licence before for disciplinary reasons — have also deemed the fight will no longer be for the British title It will however still be a WBC world heavyweight title eliminator fight although the duo will weigh in at different times and not face-off as Wednesday’s ill-tempered press conference is not the first time they have clashed out of the ring “The Board considered the matter with great care and concern” read a statement form the BBBC “Mr Chisora’s previous record which is not good was considered as was a letter written to him his opponent Dillian Whyte his manager and the promoters by the General Secretary of the Board dated the 16th November 2016 warning them that they should not misbehave and bring the sport of boxing into disrepute prior to the contest “Having viewed and listened to a recording of what occurred the Board concluded that Mr Chisora’s behaviour fell far short of that expected from a licensed boxer “Indeed his behaviour was wholly unacceptable and deserving of punishment” Chisora previously fell foul of the BBBC when they banned him for his behaviour before and after a world title fight with Vitali Klitschko in 2012 They withdrew his licence to box after he slapped Klitschko at their weigh-in for the world title bout in Munich and spat water in the face of his opponent’s brother Wladimir Chisora subsequently brawled with former world heavyweight champion David Haye at the post-bout press conference after they exchanged insults Chisora and Whyte’s unappetising promotion for the bout — which is on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s world heavyweight title defence against Eric Molina in Manchester — comes a week after Haye threw a punch at fellow Briton and WBC cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew in a press conference to promote their fight next March For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 15 2016 8:39 am Usain Bolt celebrates after winning the men’s 100m final at Rio Games (Source: Reuters) Top News Usain Bolt became the first man in history to win the Olympic gold medal thrice in men’s 100m as he surged to the win in Rio 2016 Olympics on Sunday Bolt won his third gold medal in 100m final after winning the race in 981 seconds beating USA’s Justin Gatlin who finished second with 989 seconds Canada’s 21-year-old prodigy Andre de Grasse won the bronze medal in 991 seconds Jamaica’s Yohan Blake finished fourth with 993 seconds Bolt had won the gold medal in 2008 Beijing Games with a world record timing of 958 seconds and four years later he went on to defend his title in London with a timing of 963 seconds The win in Rio also means he successfully completes first step towards the ‘triple-triple’ bid Bolt has already announced that this will be his last Olympics He now has seven gold medals in seven events at the Olympics Games Other than the two 100m gold medals He has won two gold medals in 200m and two more in 4x100m men’s relay with Jamaica He will also look to defend both these titles at the Rio Games Bolt began the 100m race with slow start and was at fourth position after 40 metres but then surged ahead of his competitors in the last 20 metres Gatlin was leading the race for the first 80 metres but Bolt overtook him with some exceptional run in the dying seconds Gatlin is 100m champion from the 2004 Athens Olympics For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News "Uh-oh, Hope you are okay? 2009 2:03 pm Related News Ruling out political vendetta in Punjab, While cases of dengue have steadily increased in the city since 2011, as per which.

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