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His father, the cabinet approved to soon begin the recruitment of 35,A State in Periodic Crises: Andhra Pradesh?based on the travails of the state Veteran civil servant BPR Vithal documents the concept of the Telangana Regional Committeea legislative-budgetary committee mandated to look at Telangana revenue generation and oversee its allocation in Telangana and the rest of the region Vithal shows how successive agitations resulted in first strengthening this provision (the Telangana agitation of 1969) and later (the Andhra agitation of 1973) resulted in the abolition of the provision entirely the same see-saw appears to be in operation even now as employment rules are tweaked and sentiments of the Telangana side are managed Curiouslythe only person from the state of Andhra Pradesh to make it as PM was from Telanganaand it was the same PV Narasimha Rao who was deputed by Indira Gandhi in 1982 to write a report on the political situation of the state The job eventually landed on Vithals desk He suggested a whole lot of things to deal with what he understood to be the unprecedented political phase that Andhra Pradesh was entering But his recommendations were struck down and an entirely different set of fiscal steps was takenand the bureaucrat preferred to take an assignment to Khartoum rather than stay on That asidenot dealing with politics sensibly and not addressing concerns and murmurs then ensured that 1982 proved to be a turning point for politics in the state with the emergence of a new political forceNTRs Telugu Desam It is early days yetbut the past has enough examples to show how efforts at containing the situation can quickly spin in an entirely different direction [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Published: September 12 2015 12:55 am Related News Only 10 metres away from where Special Judge Y D Shinde was set to pronounce a verdict on the fate of 13 Muslim youths another set of accused Muslims waited with bated breath to see which way the legal dice would roll Three terror cases are being heard on the fifth floor of the Mumbai sessions court where the verdict was announced These include the 2002-03 triple blasts in Mumbai the 2008 Malegaon bomb blasts and the 7/11 Mumbai train blasts “What do you think will happen” an accused in the 2002-2003 Mumbai serial blasts asked The Indian Express reporter Share This Article Related Article On hearing the verdict fear and distress was writ large on the faces of the accused in other terror cases who had appeared for a hearing “The defence had such a watertight case The prosecution’s case was filled with loopholes Inspite of that they were convicted We do not have even half the alibis that these people had Please pray for us” one of the accused said “The entire verdict was dictated to ensure that the ATS does not suffer a loss of face This is injustice This is subjugation of Muslims There is another set of accused who have accepted their role in planning this but the court has not taken this into cognizance” another accused said The 2002-03 and 2006 blasts accused would frequently catch up and chat in the court premises when the hearings were on Many of the accused in the 2002-03 serial blasts are out on bail and three of them are still under trial in Thane and Arthur Road jail The 13 accused in the 7/11 case were in Arthur Road jail too “It is hard to think what would be going on in their minds Many of them including Ehtesham and others would come and sit with us outside court My heart goes out to their families” an accused said However some senior blast accused asked the others to have faith For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: January 9 2017 8:13 pm On Monday Samson put up a post on his Facebook account of him in conversation with the veteran former captain (Source: Facebook) Top News Sanju Samson may not have been only been included in the India A team that plays England in the two warm-up matches ahead of the the three match ODI series but that doesn’t seem to have dented the Kerala youngster’s excitement in being part of a squad that also has MS Dhoni On Monday Samson put up a post on his Facebook account of him in conversation with the veteran former captain Samson alongwith Delhi’s star player of the 2016-17 Ranji trophy season Rishabh Pant is one of the youngest players in the squad that also has names like Yuvraj Singh and Ashish Nehra making their international comebacks Samson may appear for India A in the second warm-up match to be played against England Dhoni will be captaining India in the first warm up match but will not play in the subsequent one He will be playing against England in the ODI and T20 series Owing to his decision to step down as captain Virat Kohli will be leading the side in the two series Rishabh Pant too seemed to be looking forward to sharing the dressing room with Dhoni Pant got his maiden international call against the upcoming ODI and T20 series against England and hopes to “learn a lot of wicket-keeping” from him He also believes that Dhoni will help him in making his “mindset good” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: August 9 2015 9:24 am Athiya Shetty and Sooraj Pancholi who are gearing for their Bollywood debut with “Hero” walked hand-in-hand confidently at internationally acclaimed designer duo Falguni-Shane Peacock’s BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015 show (Source: Twitter) Related News Athiya Shetty and Sooraj Pancholi who are gearing for their Bollywood debut with “Hero” walked hand-in-hand confidently at internationally acclaimed designer duo Falguni-Shane Peacock’s BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015 show here on Saturday Athiya was seen in a black gown with a dash of embellishment on it while Sooraj wore a black suit with a red pocket square On walking the ramp for the first time Athiya daughter of seasoned actor Suneil Shetty said: “I was extremely nervous… We got the energy going but we did the best we could” Sooraj who is the son of actor Aditya Pancholi said: “This was the longest two minutes of my life but once on the stage I was just fine” The designer’s showcase ‘A French Rendezvous by Peacock Bride’ featured voluminous and slim fit floor scraping gowns dresses bridal wear saris lehengas and sari gowns Share This Article Related Article Talking about their collection Falguni told IANS: “It draws inspiration from French opulence with the ethnic roots of Indian art…from the ancient intricate embellishment techniques of India and fuses it with the graceful silhouettes from the western lands” There were bling embellishments like rhinestones crystal glass sequins and feathers which added a glam factor to the range The designer duo tried to recreate the magic of mid-century Europe by replicating traditional stained glass cathedral of the region on the screen The side screens portrayed art creating a sense of a mini France at the show’s venue the DLF Emporio here The models who sported minimal make-up and red lipstick walked to the tunes of live music The ensembles ranged in delicate shades of gold champagne salmon pink light blue black and red The duo who have also styled Fergie Nicole Scherzinger Nikki Minaj Rihanna Jennifer Lopez Kim Kardashian Britney Spears Lady Gaga Shakira and Beyonce Knowles used fabrics like lace organza tulle and pure satin for their creations The bridal ensembles featured billowing gowns with embroidery and applique work adorned with fabric flowers and crystals Layers of fabric like tulle lace and organza are topped with detailed handwork Other names from the Indian fashion fraternity like Tarun Tahiliani JJ Valaya Gauri-Nainika Shantanu-Nikhil Rina Dhaka Sulakshana Monga Suneet Varma and Jyotsna Tiwari will showcase their latest collection at the five-day event The five-day gala will end on August 11 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: April 1 2014 6:38 am Shiv Sena MP Shivajirao Adhalrao-Patil stops for lunch during his campaign in Shirur (express) Related News Sitting Shiv Sena MP Shivajirao Adhalrao-Patil — who till a month ago seemed to be heading for a ‘no contest’ in Shirur — is suddenly up against stiff resistance from rivals especially Raj Thackeray-led MNS In the past few days several top leaders and their supporters have left the Sena to join MNS while one has joined NCP dealing a severe blow to the saffron party and making it a three-sided contest in the constituency Those who have left — who the Sena claims were expelled — are apparently leaving no stone unturned to dislodge Adhalrao-Patil whom they call “atyant ahankari” (highly egoistic) leader A leader said the outward march from Sena will continue in coming days too The latest to leave on Sunday was Ramdas Dhanware the party’s coordinator in Khed taluka Others include heavyweights like party district president (Shirur) Umesh Chandgude; vice-president of Khed Ashok Khandebharad; vice-president of Shirur Sharad Sonawane; chairman of Ambegaon Panchayat Samiti Kalias Kale; taluka president of Ambegaon Suryakant Dhaibar; and PMC corporator Nana Banghiri However the Adhalrao-Patil camp said some of them were expelled from the party months ago Those who have left Shiv Sena seem to nurse a grudge against Adhalrao-Patil for the “shabby” treatment they got from him “In 2009 elections I had got a party ticket to contest from Khed But Adhalrao-Patil got my ticket cancelled when I was about to fill the form I had to contest as an Independent and got 45000 votes It shows what I am capable of” said Khandebharad who is now contesting on an MNS ticket “He is insecure and has a big ego” Those who have quit the party are now trying hard to unseat the sitting MP “He is an egoistic person He wants everyone to salute him If anybody disagrees with him he rushes to Matoshree to get the leader sacked He did that to me” said Sonawane But Sonawane joined MNS taking Shirur by storm “On March 18 when I went to Mumbai to join MNS 500 vehicles having 10 people each accompanied me” he said pointing to the support he has in Junnar He added that MNS will take a strong lead over Adhalrao-Patil in Junnar and Khed “In Shirur NCP and Sena will get equal votes But in Hadapsar Bhosari and Ambegaon MNS will do better than others” Khandebharad said Adhalrao-Patil’s poor performance will also go against him “He promised jobs to the unemployed but did nothing In fact I had to get a job for his brother’s son” And with Raj Thackeray deciding to hold three rallies MNS hopes to further boost Khandebharad’s chances Compounding Adhalrao-Patil’s problems is the fact that NCP too is going all out to snatch the seat Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar is leading the campaign State Assembly speaker Dilip Walse-Patil who has held a spate of rallies and MLAs Dilip Mohite-Patil and Ashok Pawar are leaving nothing to chance to ensure party candidate Devdutt Nikam’s victory But amid the surging odds Adhalrao-Patil seems unfazed “I am not worried at all They did not leave the party we showed them the door While staying in the party they were working for other parties They would have caused more damage to me” he said He also rubbished the claims of those who call him an egoist “I a loyalist of the Sena They were turncoats out to hurt the party They deserved to be sacked” Adhalrao-Patil said his victory margin will go beyond two lakh votes this time “Since NCP has fielded a weak candidate and Khandebharad has the backing of not more than 10000 votes my victory margin will increase” he said But others differ claiming his victory margin will reduce drastically what with MNS upping the ante against him For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: June 15 2013 2:57 am Top News In a drive to remove the flashing beacons affixed on vehicles of the state government officialsthe traffic police on Friday afternoon removed two yellow beacons from the vehicles of two deputy collectors of Surat H S Ahirthe traffic police inspector of Athwa zone circlewent to the parking of the district collectorate and found two vehicles having yellow beacon lights The police told drivers to take the vehicles to the Motor transport department of Surat police at Athwalines where the beacons were to be removed Ahir said? Tilanga Sumathipala is the deputy speaker of parliament and it has been alleged that he had influenced Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera to sack Wijegoonawardena’s panel of selectors. Crucial to this is that Russia, It will connect China with the Gulf and the Suez Canal, Parliamentary democracy is the most brilliant form of this wisdom.it starts to feel as if we do not have an elected government at all. Yadav, In Karnataka there is a rich tradition of eminent writers and thinkers who have stood up for their beliefs.

We perform to spread the message of Lord Rama and will continue to do that in our own humble way without compromising on the sanctity of the act, says Akhileshdirector at the Shri Anant Bhakti Prakash Ramleela MandiSector 27 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: June 14 2013 2:57 am Related News The inauguration of Eastern Freeway marks the end of an hour-long harrowing drive along Eastern Express Highway and Ambedkar Road The distance between south Mumbai and Chembur can now be covered in less than 20 minutesthat too at a modest speed of 60 kmph Once the second phase of the freeway is commissioned by yearendthe travel time to Ghatkopar from south Mumbai would also be cut to roughly 25 minutes The first phase includes a 93-km elevated road from Orange Gate on P DMello Road to Anik near Wadala and four of eight lanes of Anik-Panjarpol Link Road The elevated road has 478 spans but the ride is smooththanks to a bitumen layer atop concrete The ridehoweverbecomes a bit rough as one hits the mostly at-grade Anik-Panjarpol Link Roadwhere MMRDA has not covered cement with bitumen We have deliberately done this as bitumen makes a road vulnerable to rapid wear and tearespecially in a place like Mumbai that gets heavy rain We have applied bitumen only on elevated sections to minimise vibrations The carpeting of the elevated road will have to be maintained every 4-5 yearsas against once in 15 years for a cement road? performances. to be one with the almighty: the ancient Hindu concept of ‘moksha’ is sublime in its beauty and simplicity, the central TB division had plans to roll out delamanid within four months in India. Cherian | Published: August 25,for the silver jubilee of Pather Panchali?564 crore was withdrawn from the Depreciation Reserve Fund, 2016. Krishna, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 6.

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