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Just then Mitali comes to his room and says that Aalia has called Abhi for some very important thing.charges related to attempt to murder,the posts of Secretary and Treasurer had gone to Rajendra Nandu and Pinkesh Jain respectively.Joshi got 19 votes against Ruchir’s 14 Mohammad Iqbal another Congress man beat Ram Prakash Choudhary 19–14 to grab Vice-president’s post while Mahendra Nahar also of Joshi faction won against Shatrughan Tiwari 18–15 Apart from this KK Nimawat defeated Ramesh Gupta 19-14 for the post of executive member Secretary RS Nandu didn’t make his presence in the function where Joshi was welcomed after citing some personal reasons The Lalit Modi faction earlier called off the elections that were slated for 26th April citing legal tangles at a stage when two days of nominations had already passed The Rajasthan Court then ordered the elections to be held on May 29 Earlier Vimal Soni a senior member of RCA had made it clear that Ruchir won’t be given any special treatment While speaking to ANI Soni had said “Ruchir because he is Lalit Modi’s son is not the president of RCA Has to go through the process” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Rahul Tripathi | New Delhi | Updated: January 19 2017 3:08 pm President Pranab Mukherjee Top News Two key Bills of the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government may finally get Presidential nod with the Union Home Ministry recommending their approval to President Pranab Mukherjee As many as nine crucial legislations passed by Arvind Kejriwal’s government after it came to power in 2015 have been pending with the Ministry of Home Affairs officials said Delhi government and the Centre have been at loggerheads with Chief Minister Kejriwal accusing the Narendra Modi government of blocking key Bills and not letting his government function WATCH VIDEO |Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia Under CBI Scanner: Find Out What Happened The first Bill set to be cleared by the MHA is the Delhi Netaji Subhash University of Technology Bill 2015 It was passed by the Delhi Assembly in July 2015 with a view to upgrade Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology currently affiliated to Delhi University into a separate university According to officials familiar with the development the Bill was approved following inter-ministerial discussion and after the Kejriwal government gave clarifications on certain contentious clauses of the proposed legislation It may be recalled that President Mukherjee in June last year had refused to give assent to a Bill passed by the Delhi Assembly that protected 21 AAP MLAs who had been appointed Parliamentary Secretaries and who now face disqualification On the two Bills officials said the President may approve or reject them after examination despite the Centre’s recommendation Earlier Mukherjee had approved the Right of Citizen to Time Bound Delivery of Services Amendment Bill 2015 on the recommendation of the MHA The second Bill that has been approved also relates to the education department headed by deputy CM Manish Sisodia The Delhi School Education (Amendment) Bill was passed by the Assembly in December 2015 as per records available with the MHA Sources said a third Bill related to Sisodia’s ministry is in the process of being sent to President’s secretariat However other Bills including the Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill 2015 Minimum Wages Bill Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (Amendment) Act 2015 and the Working Journalists and Other Newspaper Employees (Condition of Service) are still pending Government sources said the Jan Lokpal Bill needs to reworked by the Delhi government and cannot be cleared in the present form A senior government official said “We have followed laid down constitutional and statuary procedures rules and regulations before forwarding the Bills which led to inordinate delays Since Delhi is a Union Territory the Bill has first come to the central government for approval When the assembly passes the Bill it has to go to the Lieutenant-Governor and again to the central government for Presidential assent” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Amsterdam | Updated: September 22 2016 10:25 am Kali was initially cautioned by referee Danny Makkelie for kicking Ajax’s Lasse Schone in the ankle but the decision was changed within seconds into a red after intervention from the VAR Top News Willem II Tilburg midfielder Anouar Kali became the first player in the Netherlands to get his marching orders from the ‘video assistant referee’ (VAR) after his yellow card in a Dutch Cup tie against Ajax Amsterdam was turned into a red on Wednesday Kali was initially cautioned by referee Danny Makkelie for kicking Ajax’s Lasse Schone in the ankle but the decision was changed within seconds into a red after intervention from the VAR It was the first time television assistance was fully used in on-field decision-making Referee Pol van Boekel who was sitting in a small van with six TV screens on the parking level at the Amsterdam Arena scrutinised replays of the 60th-minute incident before communicating his verdict to the on-field referee through a headset Makkelie then reversed his decision But the intervention confused the crowd present for Ajax’s 5-0 victory in the first round cup tie as they were not aware of the change “We do hope that there will be some communication for the public in the future they have a right to it” van Boekel told reporters The two referees will swap roles on Thursday for the Dutch Cup match between Feyenoord and FC Oss as the system is further tested Last month video technology was used as France beat Italy in a friendly international in Bari although it did not involve stopping the action to study replays The VAR can review an incident when asked by the match referee as well as advise officials on the field about incidents they may have missed The International Football Association Board which oversees the rules of the game is expected to decide in 2018 whether to authorise the use of video technology and include it in the laws For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | Delhi | Published: January 20 2016 2:32 am Delhi High Court Related News Private unaided schools will now have to toe the government line on school fee hike with the Delhi High Court Tuesday issuing a judgment upholding the powers of the Directorate of Education (DoE) to “interfere” if the fee hike was found to be excessive “Quantum of fees to be charged by unaided schools is subject to regulation by DoE in terms of the power conferred under Section 17(3) of Delhi School Education Act 1973 and he is competent to interfere if hike in fee by a particular school is found to be excessive and perceived as indulging in profiteering” held the bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath in the judgment Share This Article Related Article In its order the bench has also directed the DoE and Delhi Development Authority to ensure compliance of the terms in the letter of allotment of land to the private unaided schools noting that the land agreements had included stipulations regarding school fee “We consider it appropriate to dispose of the writ petition with a direction that the respondent No1/DoE shall ensure the compliance of term if any in the letter of allotment regarding the increase of the fees by all the recognised unaided schools which are allotted land by DDA The respondent No2/DDA shall also take appropriate steps in accordance with law in case of violation of such stipulation in the letter of allotment by the unaided schools” the bench held The directions were issued on a PIL filed by the NGO — Justice for all through advocate Khagesh Jha which had sought directions to ensure that no private unaided school in Delhi which has been allotted land by the DDA shall enhance the fee without the prior sanction of the DoE The PIL had argued that “whenever land is allotted by DDA on perpetual lease hold basis for running the school a specific clause is included in the allotment letter to the effect that the school shall not increase the rate of tuition fees without prior sanction of DoE and shall follow the provisions of DSE Act/Rules 1973 and other instructions issued from time to time” The bench has held that the Supreme Court in a 2004 judgment had also upheld the right of the DoE to regulate school fee For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 6 2016 5:11 pm The list of measures includes putting all construction projects across the city on hold for the next five (PTI Photo) Related News To curb the soaring pollution in the national capital Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday announced a list of measures including putting all construction projects across the city on hold for the next five days and ordering the shutdown of all schools for the next three days The Chief Minister also appealed to people to stay indoors and if possible work from home considering the situation After chairing an emergency meeting to take stock of the initiatives being taken to put a dent in the spike in pollution Kejriwal announced the following emergency measures: #All construction and demotion works will be shut down for the next five days #No Diesel generators to be used for the next 10 days except in hospital and emergency places #The Badarpur Power Plant will be shut down for the next 10 days #Transportation of fly ash to stop for 10 days #Vacuum cleaning of roads to begin from 10th November #Jet sprinkling of roads to begin from Monday #Landfill sites to be bulldozed directions have been issued #Schools shut down for three days #Residents ordered to stay indoors as much as they can Kejriwal also stated that the return odd-even was possible to keep traffic emissions in check adding that the possibility of artificial rain was also discussed in the meeting but it would need the Centre’s help in that (With inputs from ANI) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: August 13 2012 3:27 am Related News Bodies of three children were found from Tikar Tal near Morni late on Sunday night Some passers-by noticed clothes and shoes near the lake but did not find anybody swimming Suspecting an accidentthey informed the police The police reached the spot immediately and began a rescue operation Divers recovered bodies of three boys from the lake The bodies have not been identified yet According to the policemischievous children often jump into the lake despite strict directions issued to neighbouring residents that swimming in the lake can be dangerous There are also boards put up near the lake prohibiting swimming For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian 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it really is, the loss of innocence, download Indian Express App More Top NewsAfter Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday? 2016 Shah then said that none of the senior BJP leaders have issued a statement politicising the issue and that if some party workers at the state or district level had said anything, the BJP chief said there were no names from his party in those leaks," he added. the petition said. I would like to work hard like him and give back what I can to the society in the future. New Zimbabwe quoted police spokesperson assistant commissioner Charity Charamba as saying "There are allegations of rape against an Indian national by a Zimbabwe woman. which pulled one out of self-centred conscience.

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