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but officials said they would require another month to open it for traffic.We cannot open the flyover for the commuters without ensuring safety and quality tests, an official said South municipal corporation mayor Savita Gupta said: Street lights on the flyover have been installed Without adequate lightit will be dangerous to let cars ply on it at night We believe it will be fixed in a fortnight and we will be able to open the flyover in a month? After the trial run,Rickshaw-pullers said they are earning between Rs 300- 400 daily with these rickshaws, said an official He added in tourist destinations like Varanasiforeigners found these rickshaws more comfortable and it also causes less pollution Positive reports were also collected from District Magistrates For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News When I called him up,a demand was made to for convicted rapists to get the death penalty. India protested that the ball came off a New Zealand defender’s thigh so the least they could get was a penalty corner. Rupinder duly converted.
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We have gone through the feeds of about 50 cameras. said Kaushik. Marsh stroked elegantly his way to a maiden first-class century. The son of former Australian opening batsman Geoff “Swampy” Marsh. The PIL, A division bench of Acting Chief Justice Amitava Lala and Justice P K S Baghel on August 31 issued notices to the SIC, "Dale will be sidelined for at least six months before attempting to bowl again,Johannesburg: South Africa cricket star Dale Steyn will target a tour of England starting next May for an international comeback after breaking a shoulder bone in Australia during South Africa’s Test in Perth download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MAYURA JANWALKAR | Published: April 16, SJF lawyer Pradeep Havnur said the PIL was likely to be heard by a division bench on April 19.SJF’s lawyer Pradeep Havnur said PawarSFJ stateshas “failed to manage his agriculture ministry due to his heading three premier cricket bodies He has failed in balance crop planning in the countryresulting in excess or inadequate harvesting of variety of crops like vegetablesonionsgarlicgrainspulsesgroundnutscotton and so on” The petition says his inefficiency in managing his agriculture portfolio has made the common man sufferowing to the dramatic increase in prices of foodgrainslast year The NGO also says that Patelformer minister for civil aviationwas responsible for Air-India’s debt increasing from Rs 10000 crore to Rs 40000 crore during his tenure “He failed to manage his ministry properly as he couldn’t devote his full time due to his other engagements in sports and other activities” the PIL says The petition states that the defeat of cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar in election to the post of Mumbai Cricket Association’s president by Deshmukh was unfortunate as Pawarthe outgoing MCA presidentand Deshmukh had “ganged up” against Vengsarkar The PIL also cites the example of Union Minister for Law and Justice Salman Khurshid who was away from his office during January and February as he was campaigning for the Congress in Uttar Pradesh “If the trend of ministers seeking extra pastures outside their offices continuesa day will come when almost all of them will create their fiefdoms outside their ambit of work” the petition says NGO has also urged the court to call for attendance records of ministers For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News
download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 7,Rahul Diva (22) and Ram Dhotre (26).