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The drug store has been opened as part of Jan Aushadhi campaign initiated by Government of India for making quality medicines available to all at affordable prices. Nehru became the keeper of the national flame, "Rae Bareli and Amethi are our responsibility .. Faridabad and Noida.” he said. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Brisbane | Published: November 14, According to the MCD, But Sitaram came out much stronger in the second, Rastogi recalled The bathroom break helped the youngster refocusas he came out firing on all cylinders Sitaram broke Rastogi in the opening gamebefore saving break-points in the fourth to take a 3-1 lead After breaking Rastogi in the next gameSitaram was just a few points away from pushing the match into a deciderbut his high intensity wasnt self-sustainablewhile his double-handed backhand fell apart soon after Although he did attempt to mask his weaker stroke with percentage shotsRastogi targeted it with malice and a new found confidencewhile finding his angles and drop-shots to perfection With both players feeling the Delhi heatthe set was pushed into a tie-breaker Forcing errors off Sitarams racquetRastogi shot to a 5-1 lead at the change-over Three points laterthe self-coaching screams finally stopped Easy win for YukiMeanwhilesecond seed Yuki Bhambri stormed into the second round with a straight set victory The Delhi player trotted to a 6-2 6-0 win over compatriot Vinayak Sharma in his first round match Top seed Rik de Voest of South Africa was stretched to three sets by Vijay Sundar Prashanth before the South African won 6-1 3-6 6-1 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruby Kharwal | Chandigarh | Published: March 31 2011 1:27 am Related News Every ball was seen with bated breathevery boundary by India and every Pak wicket taken cheered by the fans watching the semi-final match While not everyone could get access to the stadiumthat was no deterrent for the fans who could be seen catching the progress of the match in loungesmarketscoffee shops and special screenings at private residences The screens put up at different parts of the city were surrounded by people cheering collectively for the team and showing disappointment at every miss The lounges and restaurants in most sectors were full to capacity Most had made arrangements putting up large screens in the premises and entry prices as high as Rs 3500 per person did not seem to be a deterrent In factsuch was the situation that with no space left insidepeople had to be turned away Many youngsters were carrying flags with them The tricolour could be seen fluttering on carsgirls were wearing hair bands and wrist bands and many had painted their faces All the workers and customers at Hotel Piccadily had their faces painted while at other placesthe staff could be seen sporting team India jerseys The Sector 17 Plaza was flooded with people rooting for Team India For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anil Sasi | Nay Pyi Taw | Updated: November 12 2014 3:26 pm PM Narendra Modi joins hands with ASEAN leaders at a group photo session during the 12th India-ASEAN Summit in Nay Pyi Taw in Myanmar (Source: PTI photo) Related News The 25th ASEAN Summit that got underway in Myanmar’s capital on Wednesday is being termed a historic moment for the bloc of 10 nations with its secretary-general Le Luong Minh terming it “the most important turning year deciding the achievement of the Asean Community” One of the key reasons why the ASEAN and East Asia Summits and the related meetings are relevant is because there is barely a year to go before the member states launch an ASEAN Community including the Asean Economic Community that aims for greater economic integration and freer movement of resources Myanmar has deployed an estimated 20000 police personnel to secure the Summit according to official estimates released in the run-up to the event The ASEAN Summit is happening at the Myanmar International Convention Centre in Nay Pyi Taw where a number of foreign leaders are coming in for the summit and the East Asia summit the following day to be attended by 16 regional countries as well as Russia and the United States Apart from the regular restrictions at entry points passengers on highway buses are being thoroughly checked Myanmar is the rotating chair of ASEAN this year for the first time after joining the group in July 1997 The security cordon around the capital is so tight that about 20 per cent of Myanmar Police Force is now deployed in ensuring security in Nay Pyi Taw The authorities have already designated Myanmar International Convention Centre-MICC1 and the State’s guest houses the venues of the summit as limited zones in Nay Pyi Taw In terms of sheer planning and execution of a Greenfield project Myanmar’s capital Nay Pyi Taw would put any Indian city to shame Ridiculed sometimes as the ‘ghost capital’ the capital city has a short history having been founded on a malaria-infested shrubland 3 kilometres west of the country’s logging town and sugarcane refinery center of Pyinmana and approximately 320 kilometres north of the previous capital of Yangon Construction started in 2002 and the administrative capital was officially moved to the militarised greenfield site on November 6 2005 Nay Pyi Taw is generally translated as “royal capital”or the “seat of the king” the name literally means “royal city of the sun” in Burmese The city is organised into a number of zones The residential areas are segregated and organized with apartments allotted according to rank and marital status The roofs of apartment buildings are color-coded by the jobs of their residents But many of the city’s residents however live in slums on the outskirts Then there’s a military zone where military officers live in a restricted zone away from regular government employees in a complex said to consist of tunnels and bunkers There’s a military zone that hosts the headquarters of Myanmar’s government ministries Interestingly all the ministry buildings are almost identical in appearance Then there’s the hotel zone that has a sprinkling of villa-style hotels on the main trunk road that bisects the city The economy of Myanmar is officially open for businesses and investors from abroad a message that President U Thein Sein and his administration is increasingly eager to sell The opening up of Myanmar to business has been followed up by a slew of high-octane announcements from global investors- Japan’s Nissan and Suzuki Motor plan to set up factories to manufacture cars US car major Ford has opened a dealership and Coca-Cola already has a local bottling plant The Chinese are already active investors in Myanmar’s core sector projects But on the whole the foreign investor community is said to be waiting and watching for clear indications of greater political certainty and improvement in infrastructure before placing their bets and money on the newly opened up economy But concerns linger Myanmar’s government comprising mostly of former generals has refused to amend the country’s constitution to allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to run in elections scheduled for next year In Myanmar till a couple of years back there used to be just one major mobile phone operators – the state-owned Myanmar Posts & Telegraph (MPT) Due to advantage of having started early the MPT has the largest geographical network reach but its services are quite on the lines of India’s state-owned service providers In recent months though the opening up of the country’s telecom market have seen billions of dollars in foreign investment leading to analysts predicting that Myanmar could soon turn into the hottest telecom destination with the world’s fastest-ever deployment of mobile services Ooredoo a Qatar-based wireless carrier has been granted an operating license later last year Norway’s Telenor Group one of the world’s biggest mobile companies has also been granted a telecommunications license in the country Like in India increased competition is expected to help foster an improvement in quality of services and help push call rates down For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News their grandmother prepares a meal at the threshold of one of the rooms. Varanasi district minority welfare officer Vinod Kumar Jaiswal confirmed that Minority Welfare minister Azam Khan will inspect the proposed site of the project on Sunday.
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