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The same trend can be observed in universities across the country, said Nile [email protected] From Abroad 2012-2013 Over 210 2011-2012 127 2010-2011 47 2009-2010 86 2008-2009 102 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 26 2017 1:21 am After locals in Aarey stopped soil survey contractors left Express Top News CLAIMING THAT the stay on all construction work in Aarey for the Metro 3 has been vacated by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) began preparations for the soil survey at Unit 19 on Thursday However faced with opposition from cattle shed owners the contractors were forced to take back their machinery and leave the land on Saturday evening Late Thursday evening the contractors had visited the land with machinery to conduct soil survey Owing to pressure by the cattle shed owners the contractors eventually took their machinery out of the land However MMRC continues to claim that the NGT stay on the construction in Aarey has been vacated “The NGT stay has been vacated and we can do our work there If anyone thinks otherwise they can file for contempt of court The contractors had to retract today due to the cattle shed owners’ behaviour But we will file an FIR against them for preventing us from doing our work The land has been handed to us and we are authorised to work there” said R Ramana Executive Director (Planning) MMRC Activists claim that the NGT order places a stay on any construction work in Aarey and thus the recent work is in violation of the order The January 5 order by the tribunal only permits the metro implementing body to start work on setting up a casting yard on a three-hectare plot in Aarey “The stay has not been vacated beyond the three-hectare plot The MMRC is not setting an example of how the law should be followed” says Stalin Dayanand Director of NGO Vanashakti one of the applicants of the case The cattle shed owners also claim that MMRC contractors began work on their land without giving them prior notice “We are the licensees for this land and have been paying rent for the last 60 years They have to give us prior notice and rehabilitate us before they begin work While we had discussions with them regarding this in 2014 they have not taken it further after that” says Rahil Nandolia one of the licensees of Unit 19 The 10-acre unit 19 has area allotted for cattle sheds cultivation of fodder and residences Divided between 14 licensees Unit 19 has 600 cattle including cows and buffaloes in the shed The metro line will be passing through residential quarters which will be rehabilitated elsewhere A senior MMRC official says: “We will go back on Monday and if needed involve the police” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 17 2017 7:33 pm India will play their first ODI on Sunday in Dambulla (Source: Twitter) Related News After registering a thumping 3-0 Test series win over hosts Sri Lanka it’s time to gear up for the five match ODI series which will start on August 20 in Dambulla As Team India arrived in Dambulla on Thursday for their first ODI the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a few pictures from their official Twitter handle of the Indian players stepping out of the bus and being greeted by the locals The BCCI tweeted”#TeamIndia members arrive for the 1st ODI vs @OfficialSLC at Dambulla #SLvIND” Team India are all set to give a tough fight to Sri Lanka as they have a solid batting line-up with the likes of Shikhar Dhawan Rohit Sharma Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni which is enough to destroy any bowling attack in the world The inexperience in the Sri Lankan camp can make it more difficult for the hosts to put up a challenging fight in the series #TeamIndia members arrive for the 1st ODI vs @OfficialSLC at Dambulla #SLvIND pictwittercom/HthbkJLsS6 — BCCI (@BCCI) 17 August 2017 Sri Lanka will be banking on their experienced lot including Angelo Mathews Upul Tharanga and Thisara Perera Also Niroshan Dickwella’s impressive form with the bat is a good sign for the team Lasith Malinga will be leading the Lankan bowling attack and he can prove to be really effective on his day India on the other hand would be relying on their batting power and apart from that the fast bowling options with the likes of Jasprit Bumrah Bhuvneshwar Kumar and all-rounder Hardik Pandya will play a huge role in shaping up the Indian bowling unit during the entire series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Mallika Shakya | New Delhi | Published: December 23 2015 12:00 am Related News South Asia has shared a common sensibility for millennia But now New Delhi and Kathmandu increasingly tell a tale of two cities in terms of everyday struggles of citizens and the global hierarchy of power India’s unofficial blockade of its Nepal border is a new episode in this continuum and although there are early signs that this may be resolved it will take some time for Nepalis to heal from this trauma I spent two quiet weeks with my mother who lives alone in Kathmandu and did not have enough gas to cook daily meals The last whiff of LPG gas was saved for the time when the grandchildren would visit on days when their schools were shut because the buses were forced to queue up for petrol up to three or four days a week Many Nepalis relied on recipes of spicy salads and fermented vegetables — a culinary legacy of the prolonged blockade imposed on the people of Kathmandu two and a half centuries ago by the legendary conqueror-king Prithvi Narayan Shah With the current blockade exceeding three months most Nepalis skipped the festive meals of Dashain and Diwali The acute fuel shortage affected family reunions as visitors were forced to board overcrowded buses navigating the accident-prone highways and winding through recently quaked hills Even the Maoist guerillas had let the nation off the hook for Dashain during their decade-long “people’s war” Invoking a wry sense of humour some civil society leaders even staged a satirical ritual at the Pashupatinath temple to wash away the sins committed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi by imposing the blockade on Nepal The government still rations fuel for public vehicles Hospitals still suffer from an acute shortage of emergency medical supplies causing losses of lives that could have been prevented The latest statement from the Indian external affairs ministry might have caused some optimism but Nepalis doubt things will normalise soon There is pent-up frustration among the youth even if they have the wisdom to recognise that there is no easy way out Many joined #KathmanduWithMadhesh rallies thus contradicting the assumption of an Indian friend who poked fun sympathetically that if this had happened to America they would have bombed India by now What is very unfortunate is the ominous silence of the Indian media on the humanitarian consequences of the blockade Nepal and India have a relationship of bread and bride but most media outlets seem to have just one or two individuals who could report on the ground reality from Nepal This has essentially meant that the diversity of views has not reached the Indian public It is true that Nepal remains divided between pro-blockade Madhesi activists and anti-blockade ultra-nationalists But in between lies a very large constituency that supports the grievances of Madhesi-Nepalis but calls on them to organise a genuine satyagraha directed at the Nepali government without being pawns in imperial designs It is equally unfortunate that the Indian media has given very little space to the public statements issued by Indian civil society — most notably filmmakers and other public intellectuals opposing the blockade It is a great irony that South Asia allowed its borders to be captured by parochial interests when the world is embracing post-nationalist visions of regionalism and globalism Even if the blockade is lifted following the MEA’s statement welcoming the new steps on the constitutional amendment its effects will remain We should be worried about the dangerous precedent set by the polarising politics of the border blockade Nepal’s new constitution is not perfect and some of the blunders committed will haunt the country for years to come The Tharus who are indigenous inhabitants of the Tarai-Madhesh belt were denied fair representation just to ensure that a certain former prime minister’s own electoral future is secure in the far-western region The cultural identity of the Janajatis from the hills was not adequately recognised either Women’s citizenship rights were curtailed their call for equal citizenship shelved But what is worrisome about the tactic of the blockade is that it helped construct a dangerous dichotomy Madhesi vs Pahadi while muffling the diversity of dissent The Janajatis are being conveniently lumped into the Pahadi category of oppressors The voices of Dalits Tharus and the poor have been conveniently muffled under the charged rhetoric of border and nation India should take measures to ensure that the backlog on essential supplies of medicines cooking gas kerosene and petrol is cleared as soon as possible Delhi then needs to rebuild its relations with Kathmandu and ensure that its policies do not favour the political struggle of one agitating Nepali constituency against the others Above all India should withdraw from any imperial designs in the region if it truly believes in South Asianism and the spirit of Panchsheel The writer is assistant professor South Asian University Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: April 3 2016 9:01 am If there’s one team from whom we can take defeat with a smile one team for whom we retain an undimmed national affection it’s the West Indies Related News As India licks its cricket wounds and bemoans its own absence at Eden Gardens today let us look on the sunny side: If there’s one team from whom we can take defeat with a smile one team for whom we retain an undimmed national affection it’s the West Indies Led by the most chivalrous captain in the game the men in maroon — overseen by a cricket board even more pig-headed than our own — deserve to be at the T20 pinnacle And what a pinnacle it is: T20 is the newest form of man’s most venerable sport It has taken cricket to a plane hitherto unimagined pushing players to redefine the limits of the game — and of their own excellence Where once this form of cricket was reviled as a “tamasha” it is now accorded a most improbable respect Accusations of tawdriness in truth centre mainly on the IPL and have little to do with the game The vulgarity the uncouthness the legions of sordid “lalas” and tycoons starlets and cheerleaders are all beyond the boundary On the field we’re in the midst of a vibrant sporting revolution Poor fielders were once a part of the game: cricket had them in numbers; in fact each team had a couple of players of whom it was said in that sweetest of cricket euphemisms that they were “passengers” Now with the inevitable exception of Pakistan no team really has fielders who aren’t competent at the very least (Pakistan continues to have its portly haleem-fed lumberers in the outfield: the latest being Sharjeel Khan) The T20 game has witnessed a fielding upheaval Relay catches — with one fielder tipping an aerial ball back over the rope and another catching it — are now routine So much so that when Ravindra Jadeja failed in his attempt to perform the feat against Lendl Simmons at Wankhede we cursed his boot that touched the rope instead of marvelling at his audacity Misfields are magnified into badges of shame; dropped catches lead to calls for a khap panchayat Short extra-cover is expected routinely to cut off the most cruel drives Spectators — and cricketers themselves — are unforgiving This new athleticism has transformed running between the wickets as well Although India lost to the West Indies my abiding memory of that game is of the way our batsmen ran their runs Singles were conjured out of thin air and twos became the new single I can’t think of a pair in cricket’s history who ran between the wickets with such athletic intelligence as Virat Kohli and M S Dhoni do together What is best about T20 cricket is that mere muscle isn’t guaranteed victory Muscle must be allied to brains and technique Chris Gayle is powerful Chris Gayle is also a technician notwithstanding his lazy air and his nonchalance Spinners whose extinction was predicted when T20 began are priceless assets: taking pace off the ball is key to curbing runs Wicket-keepers have had to raise their game too the leg-side stumping being a regular part of wicket-taking strategy Most important though is what T20 has done to cricket’s chemistry Fears that the game would become a superficial roustabout have been entirely unfounded In T20 there is no such thing as an irrelevant ball Every moment every action every stroke every delivery is magnified — is in fact a tale in itself This is cricket at its most concentrated without languor without drift It is cricket for the modern age and yet it is still the game of our sainted forefathers The writer is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution @tunkuv For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News We were planning to hold an EDM property as part of LIVE Viacom,police on Monday arrested six persons including a Mumbai Police constable,Asha Nagar, the England bowlers have been blunted by the Indians so far. and they would want to get a lead of close to 100, but Sai Praneeth — perhaps aware of his tiring opponent’s flagging fitness — would gain dominance at the net, “Make it as tough as possible 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