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Wimbledon champion Kvitova broke her opponent in the very first game but Sharapova showed greater intensity towards the end to prevail 6-4 2-6 6-3 in two hours and 28 minutes. Vidya Balan’s association with Ekta can be traced back to her serial days when she was a part of Ekta’s popular TV series Hum Paanch.are in a poor condition, said Prakash Thakura representative of Himachal in APEDA The decision was taken during the board meeting of APEDA in Delhi on Friday Rs 53 crore has been sanctioned for the Jarol-Tikkar store and Rs 5 crore for Gumma The CA storage at Jarol-Tikkar is proposed to be of 680 metric tonne capacity and will comprise eight rooms of 85 MT capacity each The Gumma storage will be of 640 MT capacity and comprise eight storage rooms of 80 MT each The APEDA had sanctioned Rs 125 crore for upgrading the grading and packing infrastructure in the state in 2010 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Afsha Khan | Published: July 2 2011 12:23 am Related News On the second anniversary of Section 377 being read downqueer groups around Mumbai are gearing up to take their celebrations into the mainstream There was a time a few years agowhen LesbianGayBisexualTrans and Intersex (LGBTI) parties were limited to hole-in-the-wall places because big clubs and pubs didnt want to risk trouble from political parties or police raids But on the second anniversary of the reading down of Section 377 in the Delhi High CourtLGBTI groups find themselves on the brink of creating history with an array of events showcasing their talents to queer and straight people in mainstream clubs in Mumbai Celebrations within the LGBTI groups were never illegal?s like a group of people living in a dungeon, download Indian Express App More Related News announced its first batch of beneficiaries who will be allocated funds in the run-up to the Rio Olympics in 2016. the COA deemed former BCCI office bearers N Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah as being ‘problematic to the process’ of implementation of the reforms. the nation-state uses coercion to punish crimes. The 20-year-old ‘Baby’ hitmaker and his entourage’s party? where he was partying shortly before his arrest.Some clubs offered to let the ‘Heartbreaker’ hitmaker inif he agreed to perform but he declined As a result Bieber was forced to enjoy a low-key nightout at a restaurant The ‘Beauty and a Beat’ hitmaker who has pled not guiltyto all the charges against him is set to appear in courtagain on May 5 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 14 2014 1:44 am Mohit Nagar of the BJP’s student wing ABVP was elected president of Delhi University Students’ Union (Express photo by Praveen Khanna) Related News It had been a 18-year-long wait for the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Paris-had (ABVP) When counting in the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) polls drew to a close on Saturday the score card was reminiscent of the recent Lok Sabha results in the capital The Congress’s National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) 0 ABVP 4 Bettering its performance from last year when it had won three of the four seats the ABVP won posts of president vice-president secretary and joint secretary The last time the party won all four seats was 18 years ago — in 1997 Mohit Nagar was elected president of DUSU while Parvesh Malik won the vice-president’s post Kanika Shekhawat and Ashutosh Mathur were elected secretary and joint secretary respectively Nagar polled 20718 votes to defeat Gaurav Tushir of NSUI by a margin of 914 votes Tushir polled 19804 votes Parvesh Malik who polled 21935 votes defeated NSUI candidate Mona Chodhary by 7859 votes Kanika Shekhawat defeated NSUI’s Amit Sidhu Teema by 3022 votes Shekhawat polled 18671 votes while Teema polled 15649 votes ABVP joint secretary candidate Ashutosh Mathur polled 23133 votes while NSUI’s Abhishek Choudhary got only 12065 votes Mathur defeated Choudhary by 11068 votes which is the highest margin this election Though the ultra-Left AISA only came third it managed to better its performance over last year with an increased voteshare “The entire country is witnessing a wave of change It started with the Delhi Assembly elections last year First Delhi became Congress-free now Delhi University is Congress-free” ABVP state secretary Saket Bahuguna said Elaborating on reasons for the party’s victory he said “The main reason for our thumping victory was that under the leadership of the ABVP the DUSU was able to effect changes in the university including rollback of the four-year undergraduate programme We went to the students with our achievements they saw what we did and voted us back to power this time with more confidence” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 21 2014 3:13 am Students of Jadavpur University take part in a rally ‘March to Governor House’ in Kolkata on Saturday to protest against the police excesses over their agitation against molestation of the university girl The rally started from Nandan to Mayo Road ( Express photo by Subham Dutta ) Related News Citing “moral support” from Bengal Governor K N Tripathi and his assurance to look into the matter the students of Jadavpur University on Saturday called off their sit-in demonstration from the Mayo Road in central Kolkata However after a meeting with the Governor which lasted for an hour the students said that the movement would continue and classes would not resume until university Vice-Chancellor Abhijit Chakrabarti resigns The protesting students who were joined by students of several other colleges and universities academicians artistes and celebrities earlier brought traffic to a standstill as they continued to demand the V-C’s pro V-C’s and the Registrar’s resignation They then marched towards the Governor House The rally was restricted by the police near Mayo Road crossing as section 144 was imposed on the area surrounding the Governor House An eight-member team of JU students were escorted by the police to meet with Governor Tripathi After an hour-long meeting the students were escorted back to the Mayo Road crossing where the sit-in demonstration was in progress Chiranjeet Ghosh a student leader of the university and who was among the team that met the Governor said “We are withdrawing the demonstration for now But we will hold a meeting on Monday in the university premises Governor has expressed his moral support to us and assured us that he would look into the matter He further told us that he would launch a probe and would take a decision He has asked for two days’ time” Ghosh also said the team “explained why we were agitating” “We also gave him the CDs containing the police action The CDs will speak for us and make it clear whether it was us who manhandled the police or if it was they who beats us Governor sir also appealed to us to resume normalcy in the university He called our V-C and the Commissioner of Police” Earlier in the day speaking to the media at the sidelines of a programme Governor Tripathi said “You know it better What is going on in the university and what is not who all are responsible” The Governor then spoke of a scheduled meeting with the students later at 5 pm after which he said he will “know (what) the matter (is)” Celebrities including Swastika Mukherjee filmmaker Suman Mukherjee actor Chandan Sen filmmaker Anjan Dutta among others marched along with the students “Even if I was an illiterate I would have joined this rally This is for our dignity” said Swastika Mukherjee Filmmaker Suman Mukherjee said “We are today walking for the cause they have taken up” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News

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