who were left frustrated with a 0-0 draw against Hull City on Wednesday. But talking about Aanand and Himanshu (Sharma), We have taken up the matter with India Post and they have reported to have taken action, Alok said A Delhi government official said the Revenue department has received several complaints that residents hadnt received UID numbers even six months after they were issued There have been several cases where residents or even politicians at times had hoarded all the UID letters dropped off by postmen in their area It is a very serious issue that the lettersif dispatched by the UIDAIare not reaching the right people?an annual extravaganza organised by the Department of Tourism under the UT Administration, Villarreal drew the last two matches it played against Barcelona.

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added he does not have any stand on the protests by fans and celebrities against ignorance of colour artists in 88th Oscars, For all the latest Lucknow News,of subverting the case to seek the transfer.Bhalla. Related News Choreographer Terence Lewis has always stood out with his funky styling and edgy looks, He infused the feeling in us that we could win a series abroad. A special presentation for @YUVSTRONG12 ahead of his 300th ODI for ?#BANvIND #CT17 pictwittercom/n6Noy5elp9 — ICC (@ICC) 15 June 2017 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs “It is a big achievement for me to complete 300 games for India When I started playing I was just happy to play for the country Been a long journey and there have been a few ups and downs Not looking to do anything extraordinary just contribute to the team’s cause The team is bigger than my landmark” Yuvraj began his ODI career in 2000 during the ICC Knockout tournament against Kenya but didn’t get a chance to show his skills with the bat in that particular match But the left-hander did capitalise later as he smashed 84 against Australia in the very first innings where he got a chance to serve the team with his willow For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Zurich | Published: September 19 2017 3:54 pm Switzerland’s financial watchdog has closed down what it said was the provider of a fake cryptocurrency and is investigating around a dozen other possible fraud cases in the latest clamp-down on the risks involving virtual money (File Photo) Related News Switzerland’s financial watchdog has closed down what it said was the provider of a fake cryptocurrency and is investigating around a dozen other possible fraud cases in the latest clamp-down on the risks involving virtual money The move by the FINMA watchdog comes on the heels of Chinese authorities’ ordering Beijing-based cryptocurrency exchanges to stop trading and immediately notify users of their closure Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin which are issued and usually controlled by their developers and not backed by a central bank are hailed by their supporters as a fast and efficient way of managing money But regulators and traditional banks are increasingly concerned about the risks of fraud in the burgeoning online cryptocurrency underworld JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon last week said Bitcoin the original and still the biggest cryptocurrency “is a fraud” and will eventually “blow up” The QUID PRO QUO Association shut down by FINMA had provided so-called E-Coins for more than a year and had amassed funds of at least 4 million Swiss francs ($42 million) from several hundred users FINMA said in a statement on Tuesday “This activity is similar to the deposit-taking business of a bank and is illegal unless the company in question holds the relevant financial market licence” FINMA Switzerland’s Financial Market Supervisory Authority said E-Coin was not like “real cryptocurrencies” FINMA said because it was not stored on distributed networks using blockchain technology but was instead kept locally on QUID PRO QUO’s servers Reuters was not immediately able to reach Zurich-based QUID PRO QUO for comment FINMA said it had three other companies on its warning list due to suspicious activity in cryptocurrencies and was conducting 11 investigations into other possible fake virtual currencies The Swiss finance industry has been looking for new avenues of growth following a weakening of its bank secrecy rules during a global crackdown on tax evasion The small Swiss canton of Zug famed for low taxes that have drawn multinational companies has been trying to turn itself into a hub for virtual currency firms For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: August 23 2017 11:34 am Bristol City scored their third and the eventual winner courtesy Niclas Eliasson (Source: Reuters) Top News Marco Silva’s promising start as Watford manager came to a halt when the Premier League team was knocked out of the League Cup by second-tier side Bristol City on Tuesday The southwest England side fought back to win 3-2 despite making nine changes for the trip to Vicarage Road with City’s priority being to gain promotion from the League Championship “Bad night” said Silva who left Hull for Watford in the offseason “A really bad result for us a disappointing result” Watford has opened the Premier League season with a draw against Liverpool and victory over Bournemouth But it was the only Premier League casualty on Tuesday night with the other six top-flight teams in action advancing from the second round against opponents from lower divisions Leicester won 4-1 at Sheffield United West Bromwich Albion ousted Accrington Stanley 3-1 Swansea beat Milton Keynes Dons 4-1 Crystal Palace eliminated Ipswich 2-1 Bournemouth defeated Birmingham 2-1 and Brighton edged Barnet 1-0 At Watford Etienne Capoue put the hosts ahead early in the second half only for 18-year-old Freddie Hinds to draw City level and Bobby Reid to put the visitors in front Watford’s night took a further turn for the worse when defender Jose Holebas was shown a second yellow card in the 88th minute and Niclas Eliasson then extended Bristol City’s lead Adrian Mariappa’s header reduced the deficit deep into injury time but Watford ran out of time to produce an equalizer “In the first half we controlled the match but we played very slow” Silva said “Very very slow too slow all the first half We controlled the match we don’t give a lot of solutions for our opponents to make problems for us but we need to do something different in our fast decisions in our counter attack as well to create more chances to finish” Another six Premier League teams are in action on Wednesday in English football’s second-tier knockout competition and they are all playing teams from other divisions Top-flight teams involved in European competitions don’t enter until the third round The draw is being held on Thursday in the Chinese capital Beijing as competition organizers seek to attract commercial backing and new fans in Asia For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: August 20 2017 12:10 am Top News Hosts India were among the nations which missed the opening ceremony at the 29th World University Games after the contingent was stuck amidst protest from senior citizens The opening ceremony was adversely affected by a protest by retired government employees against the ruling Democratic Progressive Party’s new legislation to slash 40 per cent of veterans’ pensions across the board starting next year Although the veterans are not against the staging of the Games they gathered outside the venue just before the start of the opening ceremony to grab eyeballs of the large media contingent Their efforts bore fruit as most of the participating nations’ could not take part in the opening ceremony parade initially as they got stuck in their team buses because of police restrictions following the protests Barring the unfortunate incident the opening ceremony otherwise was near perfect in-front of 21000 packed stadium But the organizers heaved a sigh of relief when the police finally managed to clear the way for athletes of all competing nations to be part of the opening ceremony Smartly dressed in sky blue shirts silver coloured trousers blue blazers and red stripped ties the mid-sized Indian contingent looked dapper once they reached the venue The 29th edition of Universiade as it is known will witness the participation of over 11000 athletes from more than 140 nations in 22 disciplines The Games will be played at 38 competition venues which include two newly built stadiums (Taipei Tennis Center and Taipei Heping Basketball Gymnasium) from August 19 to 30 The biggest draw of the games is certainly not any athlete but a coach The legendary Carl Lewis who is in Taiwan as the sprint coach for the United States University team Hosts Chinese Taipei fielded the biggest contingent with 368 athletes followed by Russia USA and China Argentina Canada among others Hosts Taiwan a diplomatically isolated island nation which is forced to compete as Chinese Taipei in international sporting events and India were among the affected countries was also forced to miss the parade in which only 20 nations took part initially The focal point of the ceremony presented an interpretation of Taiwan’s past present and future The entire programme was divided into three chapters based on the themes of nature city and technology The first chapter – “Vibrant Island” focused Taiwan’s diverse and colourful local culture while “Hybrid Taipei” highlighted the taste smell and friendliness of the city which engages in a dialogue between the traditional and contemporary “Global Tribe” the last chapter showcased the country’s foray into the digital era The Opening Ceremony’s cultural performance presented the story of Taiwan the lifestyle of urban and country lives and the imagination of future trend from young artists’ perspectives A video message wishing good luck to the organizers and athletes from International Olympic Association (IOA) President Thomas Bach was also played at the stadium screen during the ceremony The Universiade was officially declared open by Taiwan President Ing-wen The three-hour long ceremony culminated with an eye- catching acrobatic performances by small children musical performances followed by a dazzling firework show The Universiade is held every alternate year and is considered second only to the Olympics It is a multi-sport event organised under the governance of International University of Sports Federation (FISU) The previous summer event was held in Gwangju in South Korea in 2015 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFollowing a military crackdown and renewed violence in Myanmar nearly 400000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh and other neighbouring countries This is the latest chapter in a long and tumultuous history of the Rohingyas the world’s largest stateless population At the core of this growing humanitarian crisis is the principle of non-refoulement Under international refugee law this principle forbids a country receiving asylum seekers from returning (deporting) them to a country in which they would be in likely danger of persecution based on "race religion nationality membership of a particular social group or political opinion" In the same light the Indian government’s proposal to deport the Rohingyas is in violation of the principle of non-refoulement It also raises questions about the government’s stance that this is not covered under international refugee law Issues in legal parlance Referring to the prosecution faced by Rohingyas in Myanmar the United Nations called the military crackdown "an example of ethnic cleansing" which is ablatant disregard of international laws File image of Rohingya refugees Reuters Now this raises pertinent questions over India’s responsibility and why is it necessary to accommodate Rohingyas Thus we need to have a look at international jurisprudence to understand the situation better Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) says that "Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution" It is abasic human right applicable to all persons Similarly the principle of non-refoulement forms the very foundation of the international refugee and human rights law and is where states derive their liability According to this principle states are under obligation to not to send back the refugees to their country of origin when the circumstances of grave violations of human rights exist there The underlying idea of this principle is concomitant with the customary international law and other conventions related to refugees and human rights protection Similarly Article 33 of the 1951 Refugee Convention incorporates the principle of non-refoulement which says that refugees cannot be forced to return to his country of nationality or ordinary residence where they fear persecution on the grounds of race religion nationality membership of a particular group or political opinion Further it is mentioned here that on grounds of national security and for those who have committed serious crimes the state in good faith can refuse to provide stay to the refugees Recently Mohammad Salimullah and Mohammad Shaqir on behalf of Rohingya Muslims had filed a petition before the Supreme Court of India against the government’s decision to deport them back They argued on two grounds: Firstly deportation under the present circumstances would constitute a violation of Article 14 and 21 of the Indian Constitution and secondly it would violate the ‘principle of non-refoulement’ However the government has defended itself on the grounds that Rohingya Muslims constitute athreat to national security and are guilty of committing crimes against peace Hence the government argues that they can be deported under the exception enunciated under Article 33 of the Convention on the Status of Refugees Indian Judicial pronouncements In India the role of the Judiciary in this regard has been phenomenal By virtue of Article 14 and Article 21 of the Constitution of India which applies to citizens and non-citizens courts have tried to liberalise the Right to Equality and Right to Life and Personal Liberty respectively In Ktaer Abbas Habib Al Qutaifi versus Union of India & Ors (1999) non-refoulement was recognised under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution by the Gujarat High Court This concept has been put into practical application in various cases by the Indian Judiciary In case of Khudiram Chakma versus State of Arunachal Pradesh (1994) the apex court accentuated upon the Article 14 of the UDHR 1948 The court went further to say that every person who is seeking asylum in a state cannot be sent back to the state from where he has come if a risk of persecution is embedded In NHRC versus State of Arunachal Pradesh (1996) the apex court again emphasised on theprotection of rights of the refugees in India to preserve the constitutional culture The court held that the rule of law is the predominant segment in the Indian context The constitutional sway in a country like India reflects the right to equality and thus ensures right to dignified life to citizens as well as non-citizens The court in this case directed not to refoule the Chakma refugees who were nationals of Bangladesh on the basis of non-refoulement Concomitantly India derives its obligation to protect Rohingya Muslims through international law and judicial trends Government’s stand The underlying issue here is why the central government is reluctant to provide accommodation to Rohingya Muslims The answer is rather unappealing The Centre is concerned that some Rohingyas have settled in various parts of India – with "half of them settled in Jammu & Kashmir" – from where it is very difficult to deport them The government feels that they are likely to engage in terroristactivities Further the government has shrouded the crisis in a garb of ‘national security’ citing the growing incidents of terrorism in Myanmar and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his recent talk in Myanmar assured the country to work on the counter-terrorism methods because both the countries are seriously facing the problem of ‘terrorism’ Of course it should be a concern of the government to maintain peaceful international relations But this should not be done at the cost of compromising the lives of the Rohingya Muslims because India has an international obligation not to deport them on compassionate and humanitarian grounds Food for thought It’s not strange that the plight of ethnic groups all over the world has been miserable For any system to work efficiently it is necessary that it must adhere to certain policies principles laws and socio-economic conditions In this context Meenakshi Ganguly South Asia director forHuman Rights Watch said "the Indian government cannot return the Rohingya to a country that is engaged in ethnic cleansing against them" Therefore one should always consider both sides of the fence The Rohingya people cannot be deported if the fear of persecution exists in their country A denial of safe and dignified life to them is in violation of India’s domestic and international laws Furthermore India should strive to frame laws in alignment with the principles of international law so that arbitrary deportation does not cause any undue hardship on asylum seekers/refugees Amidst such restricted and uncertain rules its dismissal rate has in fact invoked a sense of pessimism It’s the need of the hour to redefine the institutional niche for effective governance by creating independent bodies through the collective efforts of the community for providing the local assistance to Rohingya Muslims Ultimately the crisis is only asking the Indian government to display a sense of humanity Megha is a postgraduate in Human Rights Law from NLSIU Bengaluru Mayank is afourth-year law student at NUSRL Ranchi New Delhi: The Congress Friday called for the resignation of Haryana chief minister ML Khattar with party president Sonia Gandhi expressing grave concern over the violence in the state The Congress president appealed for peace while vice-president Rahul Gandhi stressed that violence and brutality had no place in society "@PMOIndia must put the interest and safety of Indians before his party’s interests @mlkhattar must resign" the party said on Twitter File image of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh AP At least 30 people were killed and 250 injured Friday in widespread violence arson and police firing in Haryana triggered by the rape conviction of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh the head of Dera Sacha Sauda In a statement here the Congress president said several people including children had died in the violence and "there was widespread destruction of public property and senseless attacks" on the media She appealed to the people to maintain peace She also spoke with Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh and asked the government of Haryana and the Chandigarh administration to ensure the safety of all citizens Rahul Gandhi who left for Norway earlier Friday condemned the "rampage and lawlessness" in Haryana and appealed for the restoration of peace "Violence and brutality have no place in our society Condemn the rampage and lawlessness in Haryana and appeal to restore peace and tranquillity" he said on Twitter His tweet came a few hours after he left for Oslo where he is expected to meet and interact with political and business leaders Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda also appealed for peace but said the government should have been prepared "The priority now is to restore law and order peace and harmony I appeal to the people of Haryana to maintain calm and ensure there is no loss of life or damage to property" he told reporters after violence broke out in Panchkula and other parts of the state in the wake of the conviction in the 2002 rape case Hooda said it was not the time for a blame-game but said the government should have been prepared and steps taken in advance to ensure law and order He said Haryana had already suffered because of the "laxity" and "weakness" of the government during earlier agitations By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 4 2016 12:11 pm He made a promising debut with a supporting role in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na before battling depression and checking into a rehab but for actor Prateik Babbar it is an everyday fight to make people believe he is a changed man Top News He made a promising debut with a supporting role in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na before battling depression and checking into a rehab but for actor Prateik Babbar it is an everyday fight to make people believe he is a changed man The 30-year-old actor has also starred in films like Dhobi Ghaat Dum Maaro Dum and Ek Deewana Tha but none of them was successful at the box office Prateik now says his battle is to keep himself relevant with people “I was out of sight out of mind and that’s what happened to me I am still out of mind and fighting for people to keep me on a top of their mind when they write or make projects It’s an everyday fight” Prateik told PTI The actor had come out in open about his battles with depression and drugs and how he had to check-in to a rehab to recover Asked if it is difficult to bounce back after ups and downs the actor says “Of course it’s hard It’s hard when people think you’re on drugs all the time they think you’re all over the place It’s everyday fight But I love my job too much” During the long gap between his films post-2013 he featured in a play as a gay character For Prateik it was the moment of epiphany where he gets in touch with the actor within “I didn’t care at all that I am playing a gay man For me it was about what is your dedication being an actor You need to have no inhibition For me I felt I arrived somewhere very special as an actor during the performance” The actor walked the ramp for designer Sahil Aneja at the Van Heusen GQ Fashion Nights last night He looked dapper in golden hand painted leather jacket For the actor whose last release was Issaq in 2013 coming in front of the media and waking the ramp was nerve- wrecking “It’s been a while so many years now so I was very nervous I was really scared But it was all good Sahil and Abhishek (Paatni) made sure I got a huge support It was really quick “The passion to do what I love that’s what actually got me come back and make this effort of revamping myself and introspect” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Cardiff | Published: October 10 2017 10:18 am Martin O’Neill scored the lone goal of the match for Ireland (Reuters Photo) Top News Ireland ripped up the script by beating Wales 1-0 to secure their place in the playoffs for the World Cup finals on Monday A night of raw emotion began with both sides needing three points to secure second spot in Group D behind Serbia and ended with Ireland’s visiting fans in delirium thanks to James McClean’s goal Martin O’Neill’s Ireland soaked up the expected Welsh pressure in the Cardiff City Stadium and landed a sucker-punch in the 57th-minute with one of their rare attacks It proved a body blow from which Chris Coleman’s Wales who started the night above Ireland in second place and still had eyes on top spot never recovered as their hopes of reaching a first World Cup finals since 1958 evaporated Real Madrid forward and Welsh talisman Gareth Bale missing the crunch clash through injury could only watch on helplessly in his seat in the stands as Wales suffered their first defeat in 12 World Cup qualifiers Ireland finished the group as runners-up with 19 points two ahead of Wales who paid the price for too many draws earlier in the campaign Serbia beat Georgia 1-0 to win the group and qualify for the Russia finals automatically “So proud The players were magnificent playing away from home at a very good Welsh side To win on their territory was a great result for us” O’Neill said “That last half-hour seemed an eternity We withstood pressure but we knew at some stage we would have to try to win the game and we did The goal was worthy of winning any game” Wales dominated before halftime without ever really opening up a well-organised Ireland side and Ireland keeper Darren Randolph was rarely tested The hosts began the second half with a flourish and James Chester glanced a header into the side-netting Randolph then made a superb save to tip Hal Robson-Kanu’s powerful header over the crossbar in the 54th minute Three minutes later Robson-Kanu’s West Bromwich Albion team mate McClean decided the contest as Wales self-destructed Wales keeper Wayne Hennessey’s poor throw-out put Ashley Williams under pressure and the Everton defender was robbed of the ball by Jeff Kendrick on the right touchline Kendrick sprinted forward and crossed low the ball being expertly dummied by Harry Arter before eventually reaching the unmarked McClean who finished first time with an unstoppable right-foot drive With news of Croatia leading against Ukraine filtering through it meant even a draw would not be sufficient for Wales to claim one of the eight playoff spots Ireland defended superbly for the remainder of the game although Wales were flat A Welsh goal would have ended Ireland’s playoff hopes and their hearts were in their mouths in stoppage time when Aaron Ramsey fired straight at Randolph Ireland have not qualified for the World Cup since 2002 and have bitter playoff memories having been knocked out by a controversial France goal in 2010 They will learn who they must face over two legs when the draw is made on Oct 17 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: India Inc on Wednesday said the spike in inflation which rose to a six-month high of 359 percent in October will ease in the coming months Wholesale inflation rose to six-month high of 359 percent in October as prices of food articles led by onion and vegetables witnessed a sharp rise The increase was led by firm up of food prices with vegetables segment remaining a key stress point at this juncture said Pankaj Patel President Ficci Retail inflation came in at 358 percent in October "However this is due to adverse weather conditions and the situation should ease out in the coming months" he said The chamber observed that under the present scenario inflation targeting by the central bank may not be the best approach "The manufacturing sector is showing signs of recovery and it is important to support this improvement through all policy levers The high real interest rates remain a challenge for the industry" Patel added President of PHD Chamber Of Commerce Anil Khaitan hoped the average inflation will remain below 4 percent for the current financial year Commenting on inflation data Assocham Secretary General D S Rawat suggested the policymakers to take corrective action to address challenges being faced by the industry like rising interest rates and limited investment capacity The government data released on Wednesday showed that inflation in food articles more than doubled to 430 percent in October Both wholesale and retail prices edged up in the month of October SHO, For all the latest Entertainment News, Though Shiv Sena is part of the government at the centre and in Maharastra.

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