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FCI has done quality check of the wheat and it is fit to be consumed.describing the IPKF as Innocent People Killing Force. ?Sinha? who quit as Bhandara-Gondia MP in December,2017 also said he would contest the bypoll only in case of Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis or NCP stalwart Praful Patel deciding to contest from the now vacant constituency In 2014 Lok Sabha polls Patole had defeated Patel from the Bhandara-Gondia seat File image of Nana Patole News18 When asked why he felt that Fadnavis an MLA would contest the bypoll Patole said "I have heard rumours that Fadnavis may be called to Delhi" "There are rumours that Fadnavis may be asked to join the Central government and if that happens he will have to get elected as an MP either through Rajya Sabha or Lok Sabha" he said Since Bhandara-Gondia seat is currently vacant Fadnavis may contest from here and the bypoll is likely to be held in April or May he said Patole said there was also a possibility that Praful Patel may join the BJP and contest from Bhandara Gondia as a party candidate "However these are mere conjectures I will contest only in case the names of Fadnavis or Patel come up for the bypoll" he said Patole said he delayed joining the Congress due to the current Dalit strife and would formally join that party soon "I along with Congress leaders Ashok Chavan Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil Mohan Prakash and Sanjay Nirupam held a meeting with Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday" he said Patole said they discussed the present turmoil in Maharashtra and talked about the Congress’ role to resolve various issues The former MP said he had cancelled his "Paschatap Padyatra" (repentance march) scheduled to begin from 12 January due to the Bhima-Koregaon incident Patole had on 8 December 2017announced that he was quitting as the BJP MP as well as a party member He had been critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past New Delhi:On Friday Delhi High Court said it will pass orders on Monday on the plea of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his wife against the attachment proceedings being carried out by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) with regard to some of their assets A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath said it would pass orders on the application of Virbhadra Singh and Pratibha Singh seeking stay on the provisional attachment order (PAO) of 23 March and the proceedings against them under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) Senior advocate Kapil Sibal appearing for the couple argued that his clients had given an undertaking not to deal in the properties which have been provisionally attached by ED and therefore there should have been no apprehension in the minds of the agency that those assets would be disposed of A file photo of Virbhadra Singh PTI He said a final order was expected to be passed on 31 May despite the undertaking and sought that they be protected till their petitions challenging the ED’s decision and proceedings under PMLA are decided He also contended no provisional orders could be passed against them as no charge sheet has been filed in the CBI case against them and the matter involving their income tax returns was pending in the Supreme Court He said the basis of passing PAO under PMLA are the Income Tax department’s inquiries and investigation "which are under challenge and are not conclusive of any allegation" made against them He also said that ED has no material and has disclosed no reasons to believe that the petitioners would dispose of the provisionally attached assets He said the court had stayed further proceedings in the PMLA case against Virbhadra’s son and daughter pursuant to provisional attachment of some of their assets and sought a similar order in the instant case Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Sanjay Jain appearing for ED argued that the stay order in favour of Virbhadra’s children was passed as they were not named in the FIR under PMLA while the couple has been The ASG further contended that ED cannot stop acting on the basis of an undertaking as then everyone in such cases would start filing undertakings ED in an affidavit filed before the bench had sought dismissal of the couple’s petition on the ground that it was premature since the attachment order was only provisional and the petitioners have the opportunity to approach the adjudicating authority to state their case ED has also said that there is a provision under the PMLA for appeal and the petitioners ought not to have come before the high court Singh and his wife have sought stay on the March 23 PAO of ED besides quashing and setting aside of the same on the ground that it has "exceeded its jurisdiction" They have also sought quashing of the April 26 notice issued to them under PMLA ED has attached assets worth nearly Rs 580 crore belonging to Pratibha Singh and Rs 134 crore of Virbhadra Singh their joint petition said They have in their plea urged the court to quash the Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) of 27 October 2015 lodged purportedly under PMLA By: AP | Cairo | Published: October 9 2017 11:04 pm Salah is one of a crop of young Egyptian players earning a living with European clubs (Source: Reuters) Top News They’re often referred to as “Salah’s Egypt” and it’s easy to see why Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has scored five of Egypt’s seven goals in World Cup qualifying but none so crucial as his injury-time penalty on Sunday that earned the Pharaohs a spot at next year’s World Cup in Russia “I thank you Mohamed” President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Monday in a televised ceremony with the national team “I thank you all of course but Mohamed was under a great deal of pressure from 100 million Egyptians He had to convert for us to win” The 25-year-old Salah had already given his team the lead against the Republic of Congo in the 63rd minute slotting home after collecting a through pass from Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny But after the visitors equalized just before the end of regulation it was Salah that produced Egypt’s 2-1 victory Had the match ended in a 1-1 draw Egypt would have faced the formidable task of beating Ghana away in the group’s final round next month to be sure of qualification Instead Egypt will be headed back to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 With Liverpool Salah has scored six goals in all competitions so far in his first season with the English team He has for years been a favorite with fans in soccer-crazed Egypt but his two goals on Sunday have elevated him to a national hero To fans he almost single-handedly ended the grief and frustration millions of Egyptians endured every time they came so agonizingly close to qualifying for the World Cup only to falter at the last hurdle Fans took to social media to post collages of Salah dressed as a king and others devised a play on words for “Sabah el-kheir” Arabic for good morning by changing it to “Salah el-kheir” On Facebook fans wrote: “Salah for president” Salah is one of a crop of young Egyptian players earning a living with European clubs including three others in the Premier League But Salah is by far the most popular partially because he is a goal scorer but mostly because of his passion and dedication That was on display Sunday Salah fell to his knees in anguish and then laid face down on the ground after the Republic of Congo equalized But he got back on his feet moments later collected the ball and rallied his teammates He then turned to the capacity crowd of 30000 gesturing to continue rooting for the team “May God make you happy Salah just as you made all Egyptians happy” former Egypt international Hazem Emam one of the country’s greats wrote on Twitter Happy they were The win sent hundreds of thousands of Egyptians celebrating across the country until the early hours of Monday morning They waved the country’s white red and black flag honked cars and yelled “Egypt Egypt” It was a welcome break for a nation that has been roiled in turmoil for most of the six years since a popular uprising with the vast majority now struggling to make ends meet in the face of soaring prices higher utility bills and crumbling services and security forces fighting to contain an insurgency by Islamic militants That turmoil has affected the soccer team which failed to qualify for three straight African Cups from 2012-15 before making a return this year Argentine coach Hector Cuper led Egypt to the African Cup final in February on that return eventually losing to Cameroon “Did you see what you have done to Egyptians in just over an hour” el-Sissi told the squad on Monday “Everyone is happy” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Updated: September 2 2017 3:49 am Rescue operations on at Husaini building in south Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazar (Source: Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Related News The death of 33 people in a building collapse at Bhendi Bazar Thursday has led to panic among residents of adjoining cessed buildings Many residents complained that MHADA had been sitting on their repair proposals for years while in some cases developers had refused to carry out repairs Fatima Karvinkar a resident of Mariam Building in area said the structure was dilapidated but the developer had refused to repair it “The building has become shaky Our children are scared to live in it The developer who has refused to carry out repairs is not giving us alternative accommodation so that we can move out What can we do in such a scenario” she said Another resident said if they do not vacate the building it could meet a fate similar to Husaini Building which collapsed Thursday “Some of the people may oppose the move to vacate But we will have to shift to another building Life is everything for us” said the resident Husain Chhassa a resident of Rasool Manzil which is opposite to the Husaini Building said the MHADA had been sitting on their repair proposal for more than nine months “A few shops on the ground floor have been propped by the residents due to the dilapidated condition of the building We gave a repair proposal to MHADA nine months ago but haven’t heard from them How can they sit on the proposal for so many months” asked Chhassa who along with other residents met the local Congress legislator Amin Patel on Friday to discuss the issue Patel said may residents from different buildings approached him on Friday complaining about the dilapidated condition of their structures “I have spoken to MHADA authorities and have asked them to give a status report on Monday” he said However Sumit Bhange chief officer of the Mumbai Building Repair and Reconstruction Board of MHADA said the buildings that require immediate repairs would be taken up on priority “We carry out building repairs based on availability of funds The buildings that require immediate repair will be attended to on priority” Bhange said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: December 9 2015 12:00 am (From left) Works by Shivani Aggarwal; Durga Kainthola; Sahaya Sharma Related News Kabir here is not the mystic poet but the weaver saint who spun tales on his loom His name is embroidered in serene white as is his couplet Jhini jhini bini chadariya “In this rendition he expresses the human body and its life cycle metaphorically through the elements and process of weaving” says Nikheel Aphale The last few months the Delhi-based artist has been shuttling between his home and Panipat where he has been working with professional weavers Kishan Sriram Pal and Pooja to design a piece that combines his aesthetics with theirs It was after numerous discussions that they decided on dedicating their work to Kabir braiding his composition with natural wool in white The 8×3 feet rug on display at the Stainless Steel gallery in Ishwar Nagar Delhi sets the tone for the exhibition “Fibre Fables” An outcome of a collaboration between artists and artisans initiated by Panipat-based Raj Group the works focus on weaving traditions and giving them a contemporary face “Through this creative process each artist has gained an insight into many new techniques that they hope to use in the future as well while the weavers have begun to look at their daily mechanical chores with a new respectful gaze as something that can be used to create a piece of art” says curator Shailin Smith Working with weaves each of the 11 groups has attempted to create a unique design and art work If Deepak Nath has put together machine scrap fibre yarn wool and the weavers-produced carpets in his installation “The Gobbler” Sandeep Biswas photographs the weavers at work and has some of them in films playing on digital screens installed on a charkha Durga Kainthola’s works are inspired by the three battles of Panipat The rugs created on the pitloom using hand tufting gun and chromojet printing have the portraits of the three emperors who fought in the three battles of Panipat — Babur Akbar and Sadhashiv Rao Bhau “Historically Panipat is known for the three battles of Panipat and this resurfaced in my mind and thus began a process of relearning the history of the place” says Kainthola The streets and sights of Panipat are brought to Delhi by Nidhi Khurana Her 26 x16 foot map of the city has its fauna and landmarks woven and embroidered in the installation A City with a Heart: Panipat… a Journey “It is a layered depiction that strives to discover the historical past and connects it to the present in the form of an interface The work attempts to uncover the hidden heart of the city buried deep beneath the debris of industrialisation” says Khurana The abiding relationship between the weavers and their tools are also explored While Shivani Aggarwal has sculptural installations based on the tools used in a factory Vibhu Galhotra has created a sound instrument inspired by the pit and kilim looms Meanwhile Sahaya Sharma has given a face to the weavers in sculptural heads in clay that incorporate discarded parts of machinery from the factory — reflecting how their work has become their very identity The exhibition at The Stainless Gallery Old Ishwar Nagar Delhi is on till December 31 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related Newswhose wife Anju Dubey has filed nomination,resulting in the failure, said BJP councillor Ram Krishna Singhal The segregated door-to-door garbage collection pilot project was launched three years ago For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Updated: February 6 2014 2:44 pm NHRC chairperson Justice K G Balakrishnan during a press meet at Yojna Bhawan Lucknow Friday Related News National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman K G Balakrishnan Friday said the state government has “by and large done a good job” in rehabilitating the victims of communal riots in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts Balakrishnan said this after meeting Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and other senior officers The NHRC chief however specified that the commission was “satisfied” with the relief and rehabilitation but will continue to monitor the condition of riot victims and have given directions to the government in this regard Talking to reporters after holding a three-day camp sitting of the Commission in Lucknow Balakrishnan said the government informed him that two major camps and some satellite camps remain in which 2600 displaced persons are staying He said other riot victims have either returned to their native place or have settled at other places “The rehabilitation of 51000 displaced persons was a daunting task and the commission appreciates that the state government has by and large done a good job However it was pointed out to the state government that the medical facilities at the camps were not adequate and the same need improvement” said Balakrishnan?

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