the trade centre of

the trade centre of Gandhidham and the nearby port of Kandla have always been considered sensitive places from security point of view.which is the seat of Somnath temple,but apparently they don? The police tried to discourage such activities by catching those seen performing stunts and making them do push-ups and sit-ups on the roadside itself.

he says.I don? For all the latest World News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsAdvani said the party is waiting for the all-party meeting on February 8. He said in BJP-ruled states, 2017 4:12 pm The Marawi fighting entered its 51st day on Wednesday,The guerrillas later fled,The ministry of I&B has already written letters to chief secretaries of all states including Chandigarh,Haryana and Himachal advising cinema halls to show road safety films before screening commercial films.

chief fire officer said,This is a typical explosion of leaked liquified petroleum gas (LPG) In this case gas must have started leaking during night The gas is two-and-a-half times denser than air and settles along the floor after some time If no door or window is openwhich is generally the case in winterthe gas starts accumulating along the floor as if it were in a tank?s 1-BHK flat have been smashed while windows and door panes of some neighbouring flats and even a TV in a flat of neighbour Prajakt Barade were damaged. D S Shindesub-inspector with Hadapsar police stationsaid? 2010 1:48 am Related News The central government today issued a notification saying the investigation in the Jnaneswari Express incident at Sardiha in West Midnapore would be conducted by the CBI but the Kolkata zonal office of the agency was not sure if the probe would be conducted by a team from Delhi or by its sleuths in the state.the Maoists today called for 12-hour bandh in Jhargarm block, warning shots were fired from the destroyer and the Turkish vessel quickly changed course, the Defense Ministry said.laxity on part of which allegedly resulted in the death of her husband and their nine-year-old son,on the spot.There has been no further demand by the Fire Wing for earmarking zones in any other sector.it is yet to be completed.

We handed over the silt to municipal commissioner to emphasis that desiliting work has been done in a shoddy and incomplete manner, said Mangesh Sangalegroup leader of MNS Municipal Commissioner Swadheen Kshatriya was unavailable for comment Though the civic body had claimed that 95% nullah cleaning has been donecitizens and corporators have claimed otherwise For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 22intrigue? Metro gears up *With the state government taking a serious view of the frequent snags in Metro railway and one such incident on Tuesday led to angry commuters ransacking the Sovabazar-Sutanuti station, Some of these departments include University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET),Chemistry and Law. 2011 7:38 am Related News A day after the Lucknow police arrested former BSP MLA Jitendra Kumar Singh ?s co-accused in the case. which is facing more than USD 70 billion in debt and a major payment due today. even though this is not a perfect bill.

is led by Vice-President Hamid Ansari.The Vice-President called on President Maduro in his first official engagement after he arrived in the country officially the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and held talks on a range of issues of mutual interest Maduro who narrowly won the presidency after the death of Hugo Chávez in 2013 appreciated the Indian system of democracy officials said Ansari was accompanied at the meeting by Minister of State for External Affairs M J Akbar The Caribbean island of Margarita lying about 40 km out to sea from the South American land mass was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498 and is famous for its pearls and beaches It is a popular holiday destination and the place from where the famous tequila-based cocktail gets its name Isla de Margarita has not however escaped Venezuela’s ongoing economic crisis the fallout of a variety of factors topped by plummeting crude oil prices — and about a month ago the island like many other parts of the country had completely run out of food “We now have food here because you (the media and other paraphernalia that has accompanied the NAM Summit) are here Until last month we had nothing no bread no milk no sugar no coffee Fishermen used to take people by boat to another place to buy and stock up food” said Samantha Leon who runs a travel company on the island with her father The 38-year-old mother of a boy aged 15 and a girl aged 10 said she had flown to the capital Caracas to buy supplies only a week ago Not surprisingly President Maduro is not very popular in Margarita especially among the youth There are few takers for the government’s claims on the billboards: “Venezuela a country that has increased its human development index from 069 per cent to 076 per cent” and “Venezuela a country that exceeds an employment rate of 93 per cent” Crime says Leon is a huge problem “You go to the mall and when you return you find the wheels and battery stolen from your parked car If we go to the cinema we go in a taxi” Indeed most cars driven by locals on the road are old run-down models Most people remember happier more laidback times when it was common to find youths spending entire nights at the discotheque from 11 pm to 7 am An Indian official posted here recalled how Margarita used to be a happy lively island until the crisis hit Now venturing out after sunset is not without risk “You cannot hold your cellphone in your hand Many people here carry guns” said the Indian official There are only about 50 families of Indian origin in this country officials said All along the main highway from the airport heavily armed police and Army troops stand guard At 430 pm Porlamar the Summit venue looks as though it is under a curfew with all shops markets and plazas shut and very few people on the road The financial squeeze and shortage of commodities is all-encompassing and has affected almost everyone on the island Public transport has started to cost three times more than what it did not too long ago local people said and the government has decided to end working hours at 3 pm instead of the 6 pm earlier Inflation is so high that a monthly salary of 20000 Venezuelan Bolivar (about Rs 135000) is not enough to buy even the basics A litre of milk costs 2000 Bolivar (Rs 13500) double what it cost a month ago And coffee a habit with the people here isn’t even available “If you do get coffee it will cost about 3000 Bolivar for about 500 grams” says Samantha There have been reports of a dozen eggs costing $ 150 (Rs 10000) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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