beginning even in early infancy,This is a crucial factor that causes discontinuity in their education, Bhide added TISS is working with several agencies to create provisions for schooling and scholarships at the secondary level A bunch of proposals has been submitted to state/civic body/public sector companies While one proposal focuses on providing mid-day meals to unaided schoolsanother is on giving scholarships to students from Class VII and above Another proposition submitted to three public sector companies is to start anganwadis and balwadis in the ward TISS is also collaborating with City UniversityNew Yorkto conduct participatory assessment of schools and offer suggestions for their development Vocational education will also be part of the projectfor which TISS and Maharashtra Printing Press Association have started a diploma programme in printing technology this year The M-East ward team is also working on the logistics of conducting a beautician training programme for 80 women mihikabasu@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 4 2012 3:13 am Related News The Adarsh housing society does not have any clearance from the Central environment ministryand the construction of the building is therefore illegalthe director of the ministry told the Adarsh commission looking into the controversy on Thursday The statement has brought the issue of environmental violations in the society to prominencebarely two weeks after the issue of ownership of the land reached a degree of closure with the commissions report holding that it belongs to the state government There was no clearance given by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) for development of the plot of the Adarsh society at any time Thereforein the absence of such clearancethe construction of the building is illegal?68 in 86 overs bowled in the day at the Reliance Stadium.A foolish SDM did not perform her duty. Young Pradeep however bowled a fiery spell with the second new ball as he troubled the Indian lower-order. For the Indian captain.

?We were aware of this market but never visited it. 2017 He is one of the most positive people I have ever met & it was delightful working with him because of that. which is a 50-over event,s hockey team deserves kudos for defeating France in the final qualifier match to secure a berth at the London Olympics (? You have survived bitterness, cleaning portable toilets along the way.In Pandharpur this year say authorities a total of 1900 prefabricated portable toilets have been installed ahead of the Ashadhi Ekadashi religious fair currently under way According to Pandharpur Municipal Council Chief Officer Abhijit Bapat around 1000 safai karmacharis including permanent municipal workers of Pandharpur and others from neighbouring districts have been employed to maintain cleanliness of the city and its permanent toilets The work of cleaning the nearly 1900 temporary toilets has been outsourced The conservancy workers hired on contract spend their nights in rain-resistant tents that can accommodate two persons These tents are however set up close to the portable toilets so that the cleaning staff is readily available A vehicle to vacuum out the accumulated faeces before transporting it to a sewage treatment plant makes regular rounds just metres from where the conservancy workers’ tents are pitched “When the vehicle comes the stench is unbearable It gives us a headache even if we are here inside our tents” says a teenager who is part of the group When it rains water from the toilets trickles down in puddles right outside the tents she says “We sleep barely for over an hour during the peak pilgrimage days We are expected to work in shifts but we end up taking only small breaks from work to ensure the toilets are fit for use” says Samras Lal another conservancy worker The groups say the pay is poor for the hard labour and long hours but they travel in search of livelihood due to lack of options back home In addition they say the wages are spent on food and medicine with the unhygienic conditions leading to frequent bouts of fever and infection especially among the children accompanying them The groups employed for the job as well as activists who first approached the Bombay High Court against the practice of manual scavenging on the banks of the Chandrabhaga river and against the pollution of the river caused by open defecation by the pilgrims in the absence of adequate sanitation facilities now say manual scavenging may have ended but the conditions for those cleaning the new toilets have remained poor Pradip More of the Campaign Against Manual Scavenging says while their public interest litigation yielded guidelines on safai karmacharis employed in Pandharpur the current conditions for temporary and permanent workers show the guidelines are not being adhered to “Workers from outside the state who migrate due to lack of livelihood are forced to work for lower wages due to lack of employment elsewhere They are also forced to agree to poor living conditions including not being paid even the minimum wages prescribed under law The responsibility of the health of these workers and the children accompanying them should be the concern of the municipal council” says More While the migrant workers can access the health services extended by authorities to the devotees they say being on the move every day means changing doctors and medicines rendering much of their treatment ineffective “Each one of us ends up falling sick in this month especially the children My three-year-old son fell ill twice and continues to have a fever He is too young to be kept behind at home and this travel and the living conditions have taken a toll on him” says Shyam Another worker says she spent Rs 2000 over the past two weeks on medication for her seven-year-old son According to Bapat the contract conditions mandate giving protective gear and cleaning equipment to the temporary staff “We have mandated that these workers be given all protective gear including masks gloves and jackets The responsibility of their stay health and food is that of the contractor” he says Guru Dhodiya leader of the Akhil Bharatiya Safai Mazdoor Sanghatana a local conservancy workers’ group belonging to the Mehtar community says his ancestors came to Pandharpur from Gujarat over 100 years ago for manual scavenging work “The practice may have stopped in some measure but members of the community continue to work in bad conditions Since we began protesting for our rights the authorities have found similar vulnerable groups to work as temporary workers without proper remuneration or facilities” he says Members of the Mehtar community continue to be employed as safai karamcharis made to clean the permanent toilets drainage pits and other parts of the city With the pilgrimage over the group from Rajasthan awaits instructions from the contractor “There is no livelihood at home since we do not have any land We travel for work though the pay is meagre Some of us have studied till Class 8-10 but are not given any other jobs We will go next wherever we are asked to” says Shyam For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 29 2017 2:04 am Top News THE STATE government is keen to generate solar energy and has planned to set up solar power panels on the roofs of government offices schools and colleges Power Minister Sobhandeb Chatterjee said “The state government is stressing on producing solar energy The rural electrification project is on the verge of completion Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee laid emphasis on solar energy through a project called “Aloshree” under which solar panels will be set up on the rooftops of various government offices across the state” Chatterjee said in Birbhum on Monday The minister visited the district to inaugurate a solar power plant at Rampurhat College Earlier Chatterjee had held a high-level meeting with senior officials of West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA) and the district officials instructing them to identify office buildings where solar panels could be installed Officials added that Aloshree project aims at installing grid-connected solar system at government offices which will help to preserve the natural resources The project would be implemented in several phases officials said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Alifiya Khan | Pune | Published: September 19 2017 10:35 am Under the Right to Education Act all private schools have to admit 25 per cent children from the economically weaker sections (Source: Express Archive) Top News Rs 5 crore That’s the total loss in fees that the Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan which runs two schools in the city has claimed to have incurred since the introduction of the mandatory 25 per cent quota admission for children of the economically weaker sections (EWS) under the Right to Education (RTE) Act Like Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan a number of schools in the state have been complaining that the reimbursement from the government in lieu of the fees waived for the EWS children had not been coming as a result of which it had become difficult for them to continue operations School management associations across the state have now decided not to give EWS quota admissions from next academic year if their pending dues are not immediately released by the government “I have a total of 600 seats adding both my schools and their shifts together We give admission to 150 RTE students every year since 2013 However we haven’t received a single penny in terms of reimbursement from the government towards these admissions which means we are bearing the entire cost for their education Imagine taking away 25 per cent of your total income and then asking you to survive We are a school not a profit-making business and our fees are anyway not that high” Nandkumar Kakirde secretary of Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan said Bharat Bhendarge a school owner from Aurangabad who had sat on a protest outside the office of the Director of Education in Pune about a fortnight ago said that in the last five years his school had lost Rs 375 lakh because of non-collection of fees from the 25 per cent reserved seats for RTE admissions “I have 50 seats under RTE Most of the time they are not filled but the government does not allow us to take admissions on the vacant seats They can be wasted but not filled through regular admissions Moreover the government has not paid us a single paisa till date We are budget schools with bare minimum working margin Survival has become an issue” he claimed Two weeks ago the Independent English Schools Association (IESA) had organised a one-day strike primarily to demand the payment of dues “The Director of Education did not even meet us at that time We had given it in writing that we will not take EWS quota admissions from next academic year if our dues are not cleared by September 30 It seems they have taken the threat lightly as no reply has come from them and neither has anyone even called us for a dialogue So now we have decided to start a public awareness campaign and involve parents and even activists to show why schools cannot take EWS quota admissions and demand reimbursements However one thing is clear If dues are not paid we are not going to enrol for the RTE process” said Jagrutti Dharmadhikari president of IESA Many school organisations in Maharashtra are taking the same stand Sanjayrao Tayade Patil member of the Maharashtra English School Trustees Association (MESTA) claimed that the government owed schools over Rs 300 crore as only Rs 104 crore had been released by it so far “Consistently year after year the reimbursement amount was increased for the RTE quota students but it remained on paper and hasn’t reached schools Not only will we boycott RTE admissions but organise a big morcha of parents school managements and other stakeholders to Mantralaya against this practice” he said These school organisations said that though they had not officially communicated their position to the government yet they had already begun working towards it Bharat Malik member of Private Unaided Schools Managements Association (PUSMA) said that the organisation was also of the view that the EWS quota admissions cannot be taken unless reimbursements are given “We have started taking the legal opinion on the same and are in support of the stance of the other school associations” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: October 10 2017 12:17 pm Luis Norton De Matos explained that the players’ dreams came true when they scored and couldn’t control their emotions which led to Colombia’s second (Source: AP) Related News Heartbreaks are common in teenage years This one though will take quite some time to recover from for the India under-17 players Coach Luis Norton de Matos offered a simple explanation for the rare brain freeze his team suffered “Their dream just came true and they did not know how to control emotions immediately after that” de Matos said The ‘dream’ came true in the 82nd minute Sanjeev Stalin swung in a corner Jeakson Thounaojam snuck between the two tall Colombian defenders leapt over them and nodded it past goalkeeper Kevin Mier The net bulged Decibels soared Just like that there was an Indian goal at the Under-17 World Cup An emotionally charged night just went a little more out of control Dheeraj Singh fell to the ground arms spread Anwar Ali was on his knees reciting a small player And Jeakson could easily have run the fastest sprint on the athletics track that separates the players and fans De Matos celebrated like a teenager in the dugout He was right This felt like a dream More so because they were ruthlessly jolted back to reality The most common football cliché is that teams are vulnerable immediately after scoring In India’s case they were inviting trouble The players were still celebrating Jeakson’s equaliser when Colombia dashed forward straight from the restart Juan Penaloza took advantage of central defender Anwar Ali being out of position calmly controlled a through ball and slotted it past Dheeraj There wasn’t going to be another comeback Not just because they were exhausted physically But this had been an emotionally draining night for this bunch of millennials On the brink Jeakson Singh could easily have run the fastest sprint on the athletics track that separates the players and fans after scoring the goal (Source: PTI) The 2-1 defeat to Colombia puts India on the brink of an early exit from the Under-17 World Cup But no one was talking about it That they had the South American giants on the mat for prolonged periods in the match surprised many India hit the bar once had one-on-one opportunities twice and even had a goal ruled out “We were struggling at the beginning” Colombia coach Orlando Restrepo admitted “We were forced to make many tactical adjustments” India did as well De Matos fielded a very different starting 11 compared to the USA game This was a taller more physical line-up he chose In defence US-born centre-back Namit Deshpande replaced Jitendra Singh who was guilty of conceding a penalty against USA Rahul KP the most versatile player on the field was employed on the left flank in place of the injured Komal Thatal while Boris Thangjam returned to the team as right-back Jeakson the surprise omission in the previous game too returned to the squad This was an attack-minded line-up and it showed from the kick-off India did not sit back like they did against the USA There was no tentativeness Neither were they intimidated by the reputation of their opponents They were purposeful and fearless which surprised Colombia They first tried to exploit India’s perceived flaw on the right Boris is one of the best players in the team but has a tendency to move out of his position and play upfield At 5’2” he is also one of the smallest players in the team Colombia forward Leandro Campaz’s thighs were as big as Boris’s waist Colombia managed to take advantage of his poor physique but Boris is fast He would quickly track down Campaz steal the ball and play it diagonally to Rahul on the left That was the template for most Indian attacks and Rahul looked more incisive and composed than Thatal on the left wing He gelled well with Jeakson and Amarjit who constantly fed delightful balls to the forwards India had less possession in the first half compared to their previous match but had more meaningful attacks Striker Abhijit Sarkar had a shot saved in the 15th minute after playing a one-two with Boris the best chance India got in the first half It ended goalless and the frustration on Colombian faces was apparent as they walked back to the dressing room They came out stronger in the second and Penalosa scored immediately after the restart taking advantage of Sanjeev Stalin’s poor marking on the left As was the case against USA the goal woke up India from their slumber The midfield and forward line put up a much-improved performance which finally led to India opening its goal-scoring account But Penalosa’s opportunistic strike a minute after Jeakson equalised broke the home team’s heart It was cruel in particular on Ali He hadn’t put a foot wrong all night once again Colombia coach Orlando Restrepo singled him and Deshpande out as the best Indian performers De Matos was once again left to rue what could’ve been “2-1 against the US would have been an ideal result Tonight 2-1 looks a bit harsh But that’s football” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 23 2015 2:01 am The government had planned to implement the initiative on the stretch from Red Fort to India Gate through ITO Related News The Delhi government and Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on Thursday said the car-free zone in the capital witnessed a significant drop in suspended particulate matter levels The data is based on the ambient air monitoring conducted by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) on the stretch between the Red Fort and India Gate between 7 am to 12 pm According to the DPCC the reduced pollution level was due to lower car usage which in turn reduced traffic on th roads “Pollution levels were 60 per cent lower than the levels observed in the same place at the same time yesterday” said a government statement Share This Article Related Article CSE executive director research and advocacy Anumita Roychowdhury said the Delhi government has proved that the growing number of cars in Delhi aggravate toxic pollution “If these numbers are controlled pollution can be lowered significantly… it can help save lives and protect the lungs of our children” said Roychowdhury According to the CSE they carried out real-time exposure monitoring on the stretch from Red Fort to India Gate which was earmarked for the half-day car-free event Exposure monitoring captures the pollution on the road and the roadside which is influenced by direct emissions from vehicles within our breathing zone This is normally higher than the ambient level CSE data also showed that at 7 am when the car-free event started the hourly average of PM 25 level was 384 microgramme per cu m But by noon it dropped to 148 microgramme per micrograms per cubic metre (cu m) — as much as a 61 per cent drop Cool weather conditions in the morning had trapped more pollution By noon it had dissipated For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: September 5 2015 10:33 am Actor Tom Hardy says he did not have any problem switching between both gay and straight characters in his film “Legend” Related News Actor Tom Hardy says he did not have any problem switching between both gay and straight characters in his film “Legend” The 37-year-old “Mad Max Fury Road” star plays identical twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray in the new crime thriller and said he had no problem playing both the characters reported Female First “Do you know what I didn’t even think about it I don’t think it needs playing that’s that Ronnie was gay does that make sense If I thought about then that would give me pause to think about it but I just had to get on with doing what I’m doing which is my job” he said Hardy believes actors often over-think roles and prefers to take a more organic approach “I think if you start playing anything then I think you start to miss the point of what it is you’re supposed to do I think what was complicated is that we don’t know if Reggie was gay as well or not that’s questionable “So that’s where I had to look at ‘Legend’ as its own separate entity and within this entity Reggie’s heterosexual Ronnie’s gay let’s get on with it” “Legend” is based on the book “The Profession of Violence: The Rise and Fall of the Kray Twins” by John Pearson For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | London | Updated: June 9 2017 8:55 am Like a stylist in the middle-order Sri Lanka have always had a gung-ho left-hander at the top of their order (Source: Reuters) Related News As a kid Kusal Mendis was denied admission to St Sebastian’s College the most prestigious school in his hometown of Moratuwa despite him being a Catholic The son a rickshaw-puller Mendis couldn’t afford the fees and instead opted to settle for the government-run Prince of Wales College Though within a couple of years it was St Sebastian’s who were on Mendis’ tail desperate to get the most prodigious school cricketer in the country on their roll Mendis of course wasn’t interested anymore Asela Gunaratne was a reluctant school cricketer who preferred playing on the paddy fields rather than at school And it was only on their insistence of his coaches that he began taking the sport seriously On Friday the two teamed up and took a fancied Indian team to school at the Oval in an upset that didn’t seem like one considering how convincing it was If it was Mendis who set the game up with a polished and momentum-changing 89 it was Gunaratne’s cameo 34 off 21 that saw the Lankans home to their second-highest successful ODI run-chase Danushka Gunathilaka skipper Angelo Mathews and a hobbling Kusal Perara played their parts too with attacking half-centuries as the papare silenced the bhangra on a cloudy day at the Oval to upset the apple-cart in Group B [see Table] It wasn’t long ago that the two teams played each other so often that Kumar Sangakkara had once spoken about not recalling the last time he walked into a hotel lobby and not confronted an Indian team It was also a time when the teams would be competitive with big names on both sides The Lankans could always throw up a Dilshan Sangakkara and Jayawardene to face off against a Tendulkar Sehwag and Dhoni If India had Zaheer and Harbhajan then there was always Murali and Vaas on the other side But even though it was India who hit the transformation phase earlier than their southern neighbours they seem to have gotten over it a lot faster And here once India had posted a sizable total of 321/6 on the board the result had started feeling all too inevitable for almost everyone at the Oval the hordes of dhol playing noise-making Indians and probably even Virat Kohli & Co The last-over blitz from Kedar Jadhav seemed to have killed of any momentum Sri Lanka could have hoped of taking to the half-time break The start was slow too from Sri Lanka with Niroshan Dickwella going nowhere with his innings It was the arrival of Mendis though that set the innings going Sri Lanka have always had middle-order batsmen of renown right from their early days as a cricket nation And the worrying drought seemed to be stretching for too long before Mendis burst on to the scene Mendis is diminutive and more a touch-player in the Sangakkara and Aravinda de Silva mould silken yet destructive And though he started off with a couple of chancy boundaries he was soon launching into the Indian pace attack slashing away deliveries with width from the pacers before taking on Ravindra Jadeja It was his attack on Jadeja where he kept walking across his stumps and hitting the left-arm spinner with the angle rather than worry about any turn — like de Silva used to off Kumble — that put the Indians off their game He then punished Hardik Pandya with three boundaries on the trot and suddenly Kohli had to not only bring himself on but also throw the ball to Kedar Jadhav — a move that was recommended by MS Dhoni from behind the stumps India were rattled At the other end Gunathilaka was playing his role too Like a stylist in the middle-order Sri Lanka have always had a gung-ho left-hander at the top of their order Umesh Yadav never quite recovered from the early assault that was launched on him Gunathilaka whacked a short delivery over deep square-leg before powerfully striking a couple of fuller ones through the covers and back down the ground respectively When the two ran themselves out following a 159-run stand they had given India an uncalled for escape route In walked Perera a punt from Mathews to up the ante and the captain himself Perera played his role to perfection despite suffering a hamstring pull which forced him to basically stand on one leg and tee off His painful departure though came at the right time as it launched Gunaratne on to the stage But after a couple of sighters against Yadav he launched him over deep fine-leg and then over the next 10 minutes produced hitting of spell-binding quality Bhuvaneshwar Kumar was the first to pay as Gunaratne first picked his knuckle ball and thump it off a length before slashing a wide yorker past point In the next over he swept Jasprit Bumrah a bowler whose mastery over length many a batsman has struggled to cope with over deep square-leg in what was the knock-out punch It was Mathews though who deservedly scored the winning runs before pointing at his name towards the dressing-room It was a call for them to believe in themselves A day earlier he had been asked about the various roles he’s had to don as a batsman for Sri Lanka over the years ‘Responsibility’ is one word he used a lot and revealed how it’d been thrust upon him from his school days And it came through spectacularly here as he quietly and unassumingly shepherded his team home leaving the Indians scampering for the drawing-board with Sunday’s match against South Africa now having been turned into a knockout contest For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 3 2016 6:36 pm Aditya Roy Kapoor said “Abhishek wanted me to play Noor according to his vision of the character and did not want me to read any book or watch any film before the release of our film” Related News Aditya Roy Kapur says director Abhishek Kapoor didn’t want him to read “Great Expectations” for “Fitoor” which is based on the Charles Dickens book “Abhishek wanted me to play Noor according to his vision of the character and did not want me to read any book or watch any film before the release of our film” Aditya said in a statement Abhishek wanted to pass on his vision of Noor to Aditya so that the “Aashiqui 2” actor could deliver the director’s version of the character rather than the one from the book Co-produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Abhishek Kapoor “Fitoor” is all set to release on February 12 It also stars Katrina Kaif and Tabu For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAnkara:Turkey has sacked 2756 more peoplefrom its public service sector for alleged links to terrorgroups as it presses ahead with purges launched following lastyear’s failed military coup According to two government decrees published in theOfficial Gazette those dismissed in the new wave ofpurges include 637 military personnel 360 gendarmerie forcemembers and 150 academics or other university personnel Turkey blames the July 2016 on US-based cleric FethullahGulen Some 50000 people have been arrested and more than110000 civil servants have been dismissed for alleged linksto Gulen or militant groups in a crackdown since then The government says the purges are needed to counter thecontinuing danger posed by followers of Gulen’s movement Gulen denies involvement in the coup Written by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Updated: October 27 2015 5:24 am A painting by Gaitonde at JJ School of Art (Express Photo) Related News The decision of the Maharashtra government to construct an art museum at Sir JJ School of Art campus dedicated to the late cartoonist R K Laxman is being opposed by artists associated with various art societies such as Sanskar Bharati Art Society of India Bombay Art Society and others “We do respect and admire R K Laxman and his work but we feel since he did not have any association with JJ School of Arts constructing a museum that celebrates his work will be unfair to the masters whose artworks are here at JJ School awaiting display” said Vasudeo Kamath president of Bombay Art Society He added that at least a month ago a letter had been sent on behalf of the Bombay Art Society to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis The letter had pointed out that since the time of its foundation in 1857 works of masters such as Pestonji Bomanji Abalal Rahiman Ganpatrao Mhatre and Vasudeo Gaitonde had been added to the collection of JJ School but had not been displayed for artists researchers and students who visited JJ School from across the world “Two weeks ago we met education and culture minister Vinod Tawde and he said that a few works of Laxman would be put up at the museum Our argument is even if we are showcasing just one creation of Laxman we are depriving other deserving stalwart the space their work warrants” said Kamath He added that he would soon send another letter to the minister seeking a second meeting to discuss the matter Many artists based in various cities across Maharashtra including cartoonists like Pune-based S D Phadnis and Mumbai’s Vasant Sarvate have joined the movement J J School of Art is one of the pioneering institutes of fine art education in the country and offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in drawing painting sculpture and modelling mural portraiture print making arts and crafts ceramics interior decoration metal work and textiles The institute has produced some renowned artists namely Akbar Padamsee Tyeb Mehta Jeram Patel Prabhakar Barve Prabhakar Kolte Atul Dodiya Jitish Kallat and many more Gopal Jagannath Nene secretary of The Art Society of India said over 3500 artworks by various legendary artists were in the possession of JJ School These creations he said should be exhibited for artists students and art aficionados for study and research purposes A museum to display these works had been a long-standing demand but because it was government college things had been delayed he added “These paintings and sculptures have had no exposure since decades So how can we give space to Laxman’s works when his works have already been published for the world to see Ideally a space for a museum for his works at a different location should be acquired by the English newspaper with which he was attached for so long and that will be an apt tribute to him” said Nene According to senior artist Suhas Bahulkar who was in-charge of the JJ School artworks collection from 1976 to 1995 a GR was passed in 2007 under which a MoU was signed between the government of Maharashtra and JSW Foundation wherein it was decided that a museum would be constructed for the JJ School’s existing collection Under the move Bahulkar was appointed the chairman of the selection committee to select and categorise the collection “Because of bureaucratic attitude things kept getting delayed and eventually JSW Foundation withdrew from the project” added Bahulkar Satish Kulkarni secretary of Sanskar Bharati Western Maharashtra said “Why have we suddenly dropped something that was decided and picked up something new The demand for a museum for JJ School’s collection was never met Now the attention has shifted to something else” said Kulkarni For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Vizianagram | Published: November 30 2016 9:27 pm Saurabh Tiwary scored 88 and Ishank Jaggi scored 93 for Jharkhand against Assam Top News Jharkhand were in command of their Ranji Trophy Group B clash against Assam after making 316 in their first innings and then dismissing the north-eastern side 126 on the second day Overnight 251/4 Jharkhand suffered a collapse of their own and folded for 316 with Saurabh Tiwary (88) and Ishank Jaggi (93) being their top-scorers For Assam Krishna Das inflicted maximum damage with a haul of 4/65 in his 36 overs In reply Assam endured a batting collapse and opener Pallavkumar Das was the top-scorer with a 68-ball 30 Rahul Shukla was the standout bowler for Jharkhand with a figures of 4/48 Brief Scores: Jharkhand: 316 all out Assam: 126 all out in 522 overs (Pallavkumar Das 30 Rahul Shukla 4/48) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News the several hundred conservancy workers temporarily contracted to clean these portable toilets — mostly members of the Valmiki community,Narender assumed he was given wrong directions, an officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Zaira Arslan | Published: July 31 2013 12:01 am Related News In June last yearvocalist Ananda Sen and lead guitarist Rohan Ganguly of The Supersonics sat down on a bench outside a tea stall in Lower Parels Mathurdas Mills Compound and performed an acoustic version of their song The Living Room Shuffle The band was at the Only Much Louder (OML) office in the same compound and as everyone stepped out for teait was suggested that they should jam too This impromptu show was recorded by videographers at NH7ina division of OMLand subsequently uploaded as Chaiwala Sessions Just over two minutes longthe video relays the performanceinterspersed with shots of the chaiwala and the crowd around them After thiswhenever we had musicians visiting us at the officewe would conduct these sessions as demos? 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