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the Bangalore outfit will once again fancy their chances on home turf. In contrast to RCB,as if in victory.says he will not be able to spend this Valentine’s Day with wife Avantika.24-year-old daughter and a son.

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will donate his organs to Sahyadri Hospital in the city,249 seconds. jamming with musicians at nightclubs and jazz bars on Churchgate Street (now renamed Veer Nariman Road). ? Kamath predicts that at some point in time Sonia Gandhi may feel compelled to relieve Dr Singh of his duties if, Nyomin Tekseng of Zido village near the frontier and Pema Nyisir of Gelling village said two excavators have been confiscated.” Omfed CMD Saswat Mishra said.” The film is slated for a release on February 9. which means nobody under the age of 16 can watch it.where it has lost three more seats since December 2012.

Monaco’s manager Leonardo Jardim said his players had raised their game for the big stage and suggested the larger Wembley pitch had hindered Spurs. It loses colour very quickly? a smaller copy will be placed in a live site in central Rio for fans to take photos of.instead of infringing on others? One of the pitfalls of the politics of symbolism is that it tends to get linked with and locked in image politics One wonders if this time it means much in real terms [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 13 2017 6:21 am The fifth West Zone Shooting Championship 2017 in small-bore rifle and pistol events was conducted at MRA Shooting Ranges Mumbai Top News The fifth West Zone Shooting Championship 2017 in small-bore rifle and pistol events was conducted at MRA Shooting Ranges Mumbai between June 4 and 10 The championship saw 12-year-old shooter Atharva Chauhan winning three gold medals in youth junior and senior categories of 10M Air Rifle competition with an unequalled score of 387/400 Another shooter Shrusti Somase (14) scored 385/400 winning silver in youth and junior categories whereas bronze in senior category of 10M Air Rifle event Both Atharva and Shrusti have received training at city-based Gun For Glory (GFG) shooting academy Other winners include Shivankur Jadhav (17) who won gold in junior category and silver in senior category of 50-metre prone air rifle event; Varidhi Goray (13) who won bronze in youth category of 10-metre Air Rifle event and Yash Chaudhary (15) who won bronze in junior category of 25-metre standard pistol event “We believe in nurturing and enhancing the performance of shooters with continuous assessment at each stage of their learning and when it is combined with their hard work winning becomes easy” said senior coaches at GFG Kiran Khandare and Shah Abdul Kayyum More than 500 shooters from Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Goa Dadara and Nagar Haveli Daman and Diu and Gujarat participated in the championship For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: December 14 2016 7:27 pm Himesh Reshammiya returns to Sa Re Ga Ma Pa as a judge while Neha Kakkar to make her debut Related News Composer-actor Himesh Reshammiya and singer Neha Kakkar have been roped in to judge the upcoming sixth season of children singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs Himesh said in a statement: “I am thrilled to be part of the show Zee Group Subhash ji (Subhash Chandra) and Punit ji (Punit Goenka) are my families I have started my career as a serial producer with them at the age of 16 with serial Andaz when I was a kid myself Later I produced seven other shows with the group I’ve had a long association with Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and for me it’s like coming back to my home ground my family” The auditions for the new season kicked-off in Bhubaneshwar on December 2 The 16-city auditions have been held in Guwahati Patna Indore Gwalior Jaipur Dehradun Chandigarh Lucknow and aim to cover the remaining cities including Nagpur Kolkata Chennai Pune Bengaluru Delhi and Mumbai On her association with the show Neha said: “I’m excited to be associated with the most prestigious and definitive singing platform on Indian television I started with being a contestant on a reality show and now I’m judging one More from the world of Entertainment: “When I was offered a chance to judge this show I instantly took it up ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ has always presented talent across India a window of opportunity to learn train under the guidance of the finest experts in the industry mature and evolve as performers and above all has paved the way to a career in playback for countless talented singers” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: April 3 2014 12:33 am In the absence of a working privacy law various government agencies have free rein over personal information that has been and continues to be collected under the UIDAI mandate Related News By:Rahul Matthan The Supreme Court order on Aadhaar averted a looming disaster Whenthe Supreme Court issued a short order last week on the scope and applicability of the Aadhaar number a great cry went up about how the apex court has set at nought the ambitious identity project of the UPA government But most people missed the wood for the trees In actual fact the Supreme Court order simply operates to stay a decision of the Bombay High Court that would have allowed the Unique Identification Authority of India fingerprint database to be handed over to Goan law enforcement agencies to help solve a gangrape case — a turn of events that the UIDAI itself had to its credit vociferously opposed Had the high court order been allowed to stand it would have created a precedent that other states around the country would have followed with alacrity This would have been a huge setback for the right to personal privacy in India With control over the biometric information of over half the population of the country the UIDAI is in possession of the most extensive database of personal records ever created It is searchable and de-duplicated making it a far more accurate personal identifier than anything that the police has at its disposal It is no wonder then that investigative agencies are keen to access the Aadhaar database But this is not the purpose for which the data was collected Aadhaar was conceptualised as a solution to the problem of providing accurate non-repudiable identity to Indian residents Six hundred million people have contributed their biometric information willingly because the Aadhaar number was going to give them something that eludes most of them even today — hassle-free and irreproachable identity information that is accepted by providers of government and private services alike They all enrolled believing that the personal information they were providing for the purpose of securing their Aadhaar number would be kept secure by the UIDAI and used in a manner that upholds their basic fundamental rights And herein lies the one fatal flaw of the Aadhaar project Despite its laudable objectives the project is operating within the political and legal reality of today’s India In the absence of a real working privacy law and the accompanying administrative machinery to enforce it various government agencies have free rein over the vast store of personal information that has been and continues to be collected under the UIDAI mandate This is from a personal privacy perspective a disaster waiting to happen In this context the Supreme Court order preventing the transfer of Aadhaar data without consent is timely Yet again as it has done so often in the past the court has stepped in to close the gap that an indolent legislature failed to fill Thanks to this intervention the brakes have been applied on other state agencies looking to gain access to the UIDAI database The second part of the judgment must also be read from a similar perspective By preventing the state from denying services to anyone who does not have an Aadhaar number the court is underlining the basic objective of the project — the goal of making available an identity scheme so effective that it becomes (without any government pressure) the most efficient means of proving identity in order to avail of a service As a matter of fact this has been the approach that the UIDAI voluntarily chose to take It never intended to force residents to use its services but rather pitched the Aadhaar number as the preferred alternative to the identity problem As a matter of law the state cannot deny its citizens the services to which they are legitimately entitled solely on the grounds that they do not have a particular state-sponsored identity card However there is nothing in the Supreme Court order — nor in the law as it currently stands — that prevents the state from offering an easier alternative to avail of government services Aadhaar is just that and rather than make it ubiquitous by fiat the government should demonstrate the superiority of Aadhaar over other more traditional forms of identification The moment residents realise that it is easier to avail of services with an Aadhaar number than through other means they will voluntarily opt for it And with that the objectives of the project will be met in a manner that is consistent with the order of the Supreme Court and with the mandate of the UIDAI itself The writer is founderpartner at Trilegal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Tokyo | Published: August 30 2017 5:11 pm Japanese and Australian fans alike would have good reason to send messages of thanks to the United Arab Emirates (Source: File) Top News Saudi Arabia’s loss on Tuesday has greatly simplified the maths ahead of the crunch World Cup qualifier between Japan and Australia on Thursday — a victory at Saitama Stadium will secure a ticket to Russia for the winners Japanese and Australian fans alike would have good reason to send messages of thanks to the United Arab Emirates after the 2-1 victory over the Saudis in Al Ain increased the likelihood of both their teams progressing The three-way battle for the top-two places in Group B that bring with them direct qualification for Russia will still go down to next week’s final round of matches when Japan go to Saudi Arabia and the Socceroos host winless Thailand However Japan’s one-point cushion over the other two meant a victory on Thursday would always have secured a sixth straight trip to the finals but now they can now afford a draw against Australia and still progress by avoiding defeat in Jeddah Coach Vahid Halilhodzic has been under heavy pressure after a stuttering campaign and Australia’s Yokohama-based defender Milos Degenek suggested this week that some in Japan would prefer a Socceroos win on Thursday to get rid of the Bosnian If true that is not likely to be the prevailing sentiment inside the camp as the hosts plot a first World Cup qualifying victory over the Australians in eight attempts Five of those have been draws and their last meeting a 1-1 stalemate in Melbourne last October was typical of the tight encounters between the two in a rivalry that has intensified since Australia joined the Asian confederation in 2006 “I don’t know how Australia are going to come at us but I think we are going to be more offensive and aggressive than the last away game against them” Japan defender Maya Yoshida told Kyodo on Tuesday “I think we were a little bit too defensive last time but it’s a home game and we are ready and we are going to be more aggressive” While Halilhodzic has injury concerns over midfielders Shinji Kagawa and Makoto Hasebe as well as forward Keisuke Honda Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has been robbed of his inspirational captain Mile Jedinak for the last two qualifiers Postecoglou told a news conference on Wednesday the Saudi defeat and the prospect of direct qualification with a match to spare would not change much for the ambitious Socceroos “It’s not just about qualifying for us” he said “We want to continue to evolve and become a really strong team to compete at a World Cup and do well “If you can beat Japan at their home it’s a good indicator that you’re a strong team” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 22 2017 2:46 pm Ukrainian ambassador to India Igor Polikha Top News Ukrainian ambassador to India Igor Polikha wrote to Ministry of Home Affairs and Commissioner of Police Delhi after his phone was snatched while clicking photos near Red Fort news agency ANI reported According to the report the theft took place on September 20 when Polikha was clicking images of the monument from Anguri Bagh Temple A young man snatched the phone and fled from the scene the report adds The Ambassador as per reports was alone at the time of the incident His security personnel were reportedly not present with him at the time of the theft His driver was apparently waiting by the car The report adds that Polikha tried to run after the snatcher but was unable to catch him A case was registered by Delhi Police at the Lal Quila Police station The police are trying to identify the culprit based on CCTV footage from the area At least 100 youths have been questioned by the police over the incident the report further adds For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top Newsto claim political space. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: January 2,Nagpur, “The film is based in Delhi. 2016 5:02 pm Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt are two actors who can light up the screen with their comic acts. and you discussed it with them.

health, while a fingerprint scanner lies next to the camera module on the rear.The device measures 1595 x 734 x 81 mm and weighs 173 grams Samsung Galaxy S8+ is IP68 rated that makes it water-and dust resistant Google Pixel 2 XL has an aluminum back – and the glass panel at the top? very recently Grace met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi along with Vijaya Rahatkar, The report will be submitted by Monday." the Minister said.

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