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The illegal gratification was being taken by the DSP concerning an issue of the UT? EarlierRaka Ghirra was charge-sheeted with criminal conspiracy and also under various sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act In July 2011when Raka Ghirra was posted as DSP in Mohalishe was caught from her residence in Sector 15 by the anti-corruption branch of CBI for accepting a bribe of Rs one lakh The CBI sleuths had laid a trap at her residence on the complaint of a buildernamely Krishna Kumar Malhotra The builder had alleged that the DSP demanded a bribe of Rs 2 lakh from him so as to settle an investigation in the complaint against Krishna Kumar Malhotra in a land dispute case in Mullanpur village For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Ramesh Sonawala | Mumbai | Published: March 6 2014 2:31 am As many as 25009 students were declared ‘pass’ after revaluation and 832 students were declared ‘pass’ after re-totaling of marks Related News Over 25000 students were wrongly failed in exams conducted by Mumbai University (MU) over the past year-and-a-half according to information obtained under an RTI application Further the RTI reply reveals that the Mumbai University examinations department has said details of action taken against the erring professors/examiners cannot be revealed since it is confidential As many as 25009 students were declared ‘pass’ after revaluation and 832 students were declared ‘pass’ after re-totaling of marks This information was made available to activist Vihar Durve Delay in revaluation results has been a long-standing issue with students The varsity’s exam department has been criticised for taking months to declare results of revaluation and re-totaling each year Due to this students are forced to appear for supplementary exams In many cases results of revaluation are declared after the students appear for the supplementary exams “This problem takes place due to the carelessness of the examiners and paper checkers Why should students suffer The varsity claims there is no provision to compensate students who are declared ‘pass’ after revaluation and re-totalling of marks except for refund of their examination fees” said Durve He has written to the Vice Chancellor of Mumbai University Rajan Welukar and Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan urging them to take strict action against the erring professors / examiners/paper checkers “These professors are guilty of shattering the dreams of these students and playing with their future” said Durve When contacted M A Khan registrar of MU said that as an academic he feels it is unfair to students as they have to suffer for no fault of theirs As a university official however he had to follow the rules he said “In my personal view students suffer for no fault of theirs and if these students approach us with genuine cases I will take personal interest in helping them As of now there is no provision to penalise erring professors or paper checkers However in cases of mass failure in paper checked by a particular teacher we do initiate an inquiry and take appropriate action However no such cases have come to light so far” Advocate Manoj Tekade of Prahar Vidhyarthi Sanghatana a students’ union said “Every year the results are delayed Even the revaluation results are declared late due to which students are forced to appear for the supplementary exams and end up losing a year Every year students face the same problem This year when university had declared some of the results on time students were not issued their marksheets on time The examination system is in a mess and careers of thousands of students are jeopardised” As per a university ordinance the marks obtained after re-evaluation will be included in the marksheet of the candidate but the same “shall not be taken into account for the purpose of awards of scholarships or a top rank/medal” In the past due to this students have even lost their chance to become a topper of the university One such student Padmaja Somanchi an MA (History) part-II student of the Mumbai University in 2007 worked hard for five years to become a topper She however scored far less marks marks in her MA Part -II exam than she hoped and someone else was declared the topper She applied for revaluation and she scored higher marks than the topper However due to the university rule her score was not considered for the top rank [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 30 2012 2:17 am Related News An author of books on Mathematics has filed a Public Interest Litigation in the Gujarat High Courtobjecting to certain questions in Class XII Mathematics Board question paper that were incorrect and not as per the general guidelines of the Gujarat Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Board The PIL seeks to give 100 per cent marks to the students who appeared in the examination or to conduct a re-examination of the subject Acting on the petitiona division bench of acting Chief Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharya and Justice J B Pardiwala has asked the petitioner and the board to suggest names of experts of mathematics to look into the matter The petitioner has been identified as Dhiru Patel from Ghatlodia area Patel has moved the PIL with reference to the question paper examination of which was conducted on March 14 He has contended the question paper contained apparent mistakes and incorrect questions of 12 marks Patel said a guideline gets issued to the paper setter for setting the questions for such examination and such guideline would be available to the studentswhich helps them in preparation for examinations Howeverthe Mathematics question paper was not as per the instructions set out in the guidelines to the extent of 44 marks So much was the instruction not adhered tothat question at no 52 was copied and picked up from the paper of All India Engineering Entrance Exam? and. okay I’m hitting the pause button because this is a family newspaper/website Also read: I will never stop doing adult comedies: TussharKapoor Hold on though This film calls itself a ‘sex comedy’: I don’t know about you but this business of keeping actors standing in a room in one line just the way they would in a sit com (that’s how we know it is an Ekta Kapoor production apart from Tusshar’s constant presence) and tossing juvenile lines amongst themselves doesn’t spell ess-ee-ex to me Also read:Don’t understand hullabaloo over adult comedy films: TussharKapoor So no sex And all those limp jokes don’t add up to a comedy either What it is is false pretences Can I please call it a falsie I know groan again Given the previous two flicks did we really think this would be a bag of laughs More fool hain hum Airlift takes off in style Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 gets thumbs down from audience Watch video No stars Star Cast of Kya Kool Hain Hum 3: Tusshar Kapoor Aftab Shivdasani Krushna Abhishek Shakti Kapoor Darshan Zariwala Sushmita Mukherjee Director: Umesh Ghadge WatchI will never stop doing adult comedies: Tusshar Kapoor: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 19 2016 9:00 am Related News In three separate cases the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed a real estate company to pay Rs 3 lakh each to three complainants The commission has also asked Emaar MGF to refund Rs 4818000 to Shipali Sharma a resident of Panchkula apart from paying a compensation of Rs 3 lakh Share This Article Related Article In the second case the commission asked the company to pay a compensation of Rs 3 lakh other than refunding Rs 3521604 to Pawan Kumar a resident of Sector 40 In the third case the company was asked to pay Rs 3 lakh to Jit Singh a resident of Kapurthala and refund the amount he had deposited The three complainants had invested money in the project Mohali Hills located in Mohali The complainants were assured that they will be given the possession of the unit within 12 months from the date of booking of the plot However the company failed to complete said the project in time The possession was offered to the complainants and an additional amount was also demanded When the complainants visited the site they were shocked to see that there was no development at the site The complainants then filed a case in the consumer courts against the builder The real estate company has taken objection regarding arbitration clause in the agreement WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE It also moved an application u/s 8 of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 taking a specific objection in this regard for referring the matter to the Arbitrator in terms of the agreed terms and conditions of the agreement It was further stated that the complainant has not revoked the contract due to alleged delay in handing over possession For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Published: November 22 2009 2:28 am Related News Every time I go to a country that used to be way behind India and is now way aheadgloomy thoughts fill my head and as a responsible columnist I feel it my duty to share them with you I write this week from Dubai I first came here in the late Seventies when it was no more than a grubbylittle smugglers outpost I remember that the airport looked like a collection of tin sheds and the road to Abu Dhabi was a narrow highway that had the ominous feel of taking you forever into the seamless desert In Indiawe were ahead in every sense Andif our poorer citizens flocked here in droves it was because socialist India created only a handful of government jobs The Sheikhs of Dubai had many more on offer They needed cheap labour to create a modern country out of the desert They succeeded When on a balmy evening last week I landed at Dubais vast and very modern airporttwo questions came to mind How had Dubai managed to transform itself so rapidly and why does India continue to stagger towards 21st century standards of human existence at the pace of a bullock cart Some Indian airports have improved recently but we do not have one that measures up to todays standards Andeverything takes so inexplicably long Mumbais international airport has been under improvement for years but still looks very bad Even when it is finished one distant day it will remain squashed between acres of slums that tell the foreign investor even before he touches down that he comes to a squalid land of desperate poverty Why is it so hard to persuade those who live in unspeakable squalor to move to better accommodation Why are we still discussing these things when it is clear that all of Mumbai will be a gigantic slum in twenty years unless urgent measures are taken now to halt urban decay Why has that scheme named after poor old Jawaharlal Nehru failed to bring minimal change to Indias commercial capital Why do all our cities look like slums As I drove out of Dubai airport into a wondrously clean cityscape of glittering buildings and fine modern mosquesmore gloomy thoughts filled my head The dominant one was why is India so filthy It is not just our cities that seem hopelessly incapable of disposing of wasteour villages are just as bad Why Simple The problem really is a failure of governance that gets worse at the municipal and panchayat level because of a pernicious trickle down effect Can we do nothing about this In our badold socialist days when everything in India was makeshift and second ratethe excuse our mighty mandarins always gave when questioned about Indias shabbiness was that there was no money That excuse is no longer valid So now they tell us that improvement takes time Really Thenwhy does it not take time in other countries Maybe the problem lies with us Why do we not demand better public services Why do we not insist that the streets in which we live are at least as clean as the ones in which our politicians live In a recent incident in Delhi or Mumbai angry citizens picked up rottinguncollected garbage from their street and dumped it on the desks of municipal officials I am not recommending such extreme measures but I would be lying if I said I wholly disapproved Whenever I return from my travels and share my gloomy thoughts from abroad with friends in high officeI hear one thing and one thing alone You cannot compare India with other countries You cannot compare India with Singapore or Dubai because they are city-states and India is almost a continent You cannot compare India to Thailand because it is just a tiny country You cannot compare India to China because India is a democracy and China is a totalitarian autocracy You cannot compare India to developed Western countries because they got rich by building empires and we did not Incomparableincredible India Wellits time we demanded more than empty slogans Its time we demanded at the veryvery least that if they cannot improve living standards for us then we can no longer offer officials their pristine VVIP enclaves When was the last time anyone saw rotting garbage or stinking toilets in the streets in which our ministers live If this column argues constantly for the need to end the practice of providing our officials with accommodation at taxpayers expenseit is because I believe public services will not improve otherwise It is because of VIP enclaves that those in charge of governance never notice how bad India looks It looks veryvery bad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 23 2017 6:26 pm Parvez Rasool believes he has become a better bowler than when he played his lone ODI against Bangladesh in 2014 PTI Top News He has come as a replacement ofcountry’s top spinner Ravichandran Ashwin but Parvez Rasool’surge is to find a place for himself in the Indian dressing room when the world’s No 1 off-spinner is around “I had no clue that Ashwin has been rested for theseries Actually when I got a call from the BCCI office I thought this will be a first chance for me to share thedressing room with Ashwin Seven days with a player of hiscaliber means I can learn a lot” Rasool first player from Kashmir valley to play for India told PTI “I was training with state team in Jammu for the SyedMushtaq Ali Trophy I got a call from BCCI office in the morning and now I am rushing to catch a flight to Delhi” he said While in pecking order Rasool comes behind Ashwin andJayant Yadav his own assessment is that he has become abetter bowler than when he played his lone ODI against Bangladesh back in Dhaka in 2014 “This year before the Ranji Trophy there was an NCA campfor spinners only There I had sessions with Narendra Hirwaniand Nikhil Chopra I believe those 20 days at NCA were very fruitful I dissected my own bowling “Because in IPL you have to also play a restrictive role I was pushing the ball faster through the air Hirwanisir told me that moment you push it faster the revs on the delivery would be lesser Nikhil sir also told me to be a bit slower through the air and give the ball more air The 38 wickets in the Ranji Trophy was a testimony to that” he explained Rasool thinks that his 3/38 for India A against England in the warm-up game also helped him get a call-up “It is very essential to perform consistently throughoutthe season but I believe there are certain matches where the selectors are keenly watching you If you can perform there? whenever the plot runs out of steam, the mediator, if we can prove that the Indian Team can play on the same page as the opposition in the FIFA U-17 World Cup, Australian vice-captain David Warner also didn’t make much of the incident.com/jqVGDchZbU — News Times (@NewsTimes_BD) 6 September 2017 The ICC are not expected to take any action against Hossain for the gesture.We rescheduled a number of surgeries as we will not be able to look after the patients post-surgery at our current strength, said Dr Avinash Supedean of Sion hospital At Nair hospital121 doctors out of 525 were on duty We have 289 resident doctors on strike and 115 doctors on exam leave We are doing the best we can in the present circumstances? that we will pursue with respect to our relationship is the one that links the United States and India. repeating almost word-for-word a statement he made to The Indian Express in an interview on these pages last week Is this a tipping point Is the Democratic establishment that now runs Americas foreign policy willing to noticedeal withand make space for Indiathe way the Republicans did Waityou saythis doesnt add up The Democrats are more concerned about Americas reputation abroad Indian-Americans vote Democratic Why would New Delhi prepare with weary resignation for stalling relations There are four reasons to worry The first: the Democrats internationalism manifested as a belief in multilateralism Yet the post-war structure of constraints on state actionwhich the Democrats venerateis a finished product A rising India will inevitably destabilise a multilateral system that was designed without place for it The secondand linked worry: the emphasis theyve traditionally placed on nuclear safety and non-proliferation Indias record is solid; but the nuclear deal effectively gutted the international non-proliferation regime the word used by the CFR primerone heard everywhere when Congress was voting (The negative votes came entirely from Democrats) Then there is the fact that the Democratic partys ideological base is deeply mistrustful of freer tradeand Indias rising international profile is inextricably linked to more open markets for both goods and services The Republicans are quite happy to accept the influence that power in the marketplace provides; the Democrats begrudge it Andfinallytheres the larger question about Democrats own sensitivity about the uses of American power Creating strategic space for India wont happen without wielding that powernuclear deal-style That leads toparadoxicallyan essential conservatism about foreign relations; India recognises thisand fears that it causes them to concentrate on those already in power read China too much The focus-on-China fears were doubled by an institutional feature of the US foreign policy establishment Everyone running it cut their teeth in the Cold War era Theyre most comfortable with seeking out a big rival with a competing systemand either containing or engaging it Both Democrats and Republicans have this problem Condoleezza Rice was a well-known USSR specialist but theres one subtle yet problematic difference While the Republicans have frequently drawn their foreign policy advice from non-standard sources newer think-tanksbusinessintelligence the Democratic foreign policy establishment is most comfortable in older academic institutionsones where worldviews are less likely to spin on a dimewhere the idea of an institutionalised balance between two competing powers still has explanatory power So not only are the Democratic foreign-policy grandees predisposed to view the world in those termsbut in the State Departments functional bureaux.
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