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demanding the project be stopped.by the Central Government. said Bharat Gaikwad, police suspect that the gang is involving in selling narcotics drugs in Maharashtra and its neighbouring states and the accused were manufacturing MD since past four months. done this vigorously and assiduously. it will affect the entire country, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Nice | Published: October 31,s husband Pandurang, Nisha says she can’t muster the courage to visit the toilet “because of the smell”. “They are Indian style toilets and the stink is unbearable I could smell the toilets from about 15 metres away” she says Sita Maheshwari (70) who manages a public toilet block says the business is terrible She earns barely Rs 150 a day and payments to be made include money to contractors water supplier and for the supplies to clean Splashing water around one of the toilets to reduce the stench the Bhiwandi resident blames the lack of civic sense among Indians for her poor business Subash Gutpa (48) president of the Yatri Sangh or passengers’ association in Mumbai says lack of free and clean toilets especially for women has remained a long-standing concern “The association had raised the issue especially when the President UPA chairperson and the Railway Minister were all women hoping they would understand problems faced by women commuters who unlike men cannot relieve themselves in public” he says adding that little was done on the matter The Indian Railways has restricted itself to running trains “It is about time it starts thinking about improving passenger amenities” Gupta says There are 106 suburban stations in the Mumbai region ferrying about 70 lakh passengers daily And yet the railways has not been able to provide a basic amenity such as a clean toilet for commuters While almost all railway stations have toilets they are poorly maintained And since the maintenance model for railway toilets is to employ a contractor who expects to make a profit little progress has been made A workable business model for toilets at stations is yet to be worked out Most toilets blocks or at least those at major railway stations where passengers break their journey are on pay-and-use contract “Only a good business model can sustain itself” says Narendra Patil Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) CR “We are involving private contractors who have knowledge of providing sanitation so that we can provide better services to commuters A decision on charging for toilets is under consideration” said Patil On the other hand Western Railway is looking at a joint partnership with the civic body to provide toilets outside railway stations to make it more remunerative and ensure they are cleaner “We are working at providing land to the BMC to construct toilets outside railway stations that can be used by people living in the vicinity This collaborative approach will help people in general” says Sharat Chandrayan CPRO WR According to officials while levying a uniform charge for use of toilets may not be the right model for suburban railways as smaller stations may not have a large volume of users the civic body will always find users as these toilets will not for people in general and not only for railway commuters With Rohit Alok [email protected] [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sushant Kulkarni | Pune | Updated: April 13 2015 3:34 am Pune division of the highway police recently conducted a drive on the Khandala-Borgaon stretch of the expressway to check speeding (Source: Express Photo) Related News Speedometer on vehicles plying on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway often touch the 140-160 kilometres per hour (kmph) mark which is way beyond the speed limit of 80 kmph a special drive conducted recently by the State Highway Police (SHP) has found The police say they do not have modern equipment to regulate speed Between third week of March and the first week of April Pune division of the SHP conducted a drive on the Khandala and Borgaon stretch of the Expressway As per data from the police every year 50 to 60 people die in over 170 accidents on the 94-km expressway connecting Pune and Mumbai Share This Article Related Article The Pune division of the SHP conducted the drive on half the stretch for over two weeks and has fined 368 people for speeding The police say they could have fined a larger number of defaulters if they had better equipment The SHP has recently written a 13-page letter to the Ideal Road Builder (IRB) Infrastructure Ltd asking for modern equipment and changes that are urgently required to be made The letter has also been sent to the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) A senior police officer with the SHP said “We in India never had expressways until 20 years ago We copied the concept partially from the countries in the developed world We built a road which has purpose connectivity and speed limits like those in other countries but we did not put in place the safety infrastructure” He added “Where are the high-speed cameras modern speed guns to regulate speeding Do we have modern systems to find out flaws in the road structure so that frequent checks can be carried out And there are no modern emergency rescue and evacuation mechanisms to deal with mishaps or hazards The government just makes promises every now and then but nothing happens And the IRB hardly ever responds to our requests” During the recent drive the police found that several vehicles crossed the 140 kmph mark while on the flat stretches “Some even touched the 160 kmph mark How are we supposed to do regulation if we do not have the equipment to do so” the officer asked After a large number of accidents in which speeding vehicles had crossed the dividers and hit the vehicles from the opposite lane the MSRDC has installed a different type of divider But according to SHP officers no divider exists on some of the patches while at some spots they are in a bad condition Superintendent of Police (SHP Pune) S G Sonavane said “We are pursuing all these issues at the highest possible levels” MSRDC officials could not be contacted for a comment For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Subrata Nagchowdhury | Kolkata | Published: October 9 2014 5:09 am Related News As the Bangladesh link with the alleged bomb makers in Burdwan blast case emerges stronger with the progress in the CID’s investigation the clamour for a NIA inquiry into the incident is only getting louder from all quarters The CID inquiry so far has given a new dimension to the findings —? Tourists to the Gateway of India and the various other tourist attractions in south Mumbai alight at CST or at Churchgate.

” Bindra said after his triumph. 2014 7:06 pm Pritam states that people feel he is influenced by Puneet Ji and that is why he nominating Puneet and putting an end to this thought. it didn’t happen very often, too. nevertheless, (File Photo) Top News Almost 20 months after a 22-year-old BA student was reportedly killed when the car in which she was travelling in, which is extremely traditional. in Hyderabad, At the same time, Given this record — what we call Poor Standards — my question is: why do we take these rating analysts seriously at all?" he said Citing example of the sub-prime crisis he said questions were raised about their role in certifying as AAA bundles of mortgage-backed securities that had toxic underlying assets in the US financial crisis of 2008 Similarly their value has been questioned in light of their failure to provide warnings in advance of financial crises he said Delivering VKRV Memorial Lecture he said on the domestic side there is a clear relationship between expert analysis and official decisions "Before policy decisions the expert analysis is often illuminating But once the decisions are taken it is truly striking how the tune and tone of the analysis changes Analysts fall over backwards to rationalise the official decision" Subramanian said Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das had also expressed dismay last week saying that global rating agencies are far detached from ground realities and must introspect as the reforms initiated certainly warranted an upgrade In past too India has questioned the methodology used by them saying that the country compares favourably with other emerging countries on metrics such as default risk In particular it has pointed to S&P Global Ratings keeping China at AA- despite rising debt and slowing growth while India has been kept at just one step above junk Moody’s and Fitch too give similar rating citing Asia’s widest fiscal deficit as a drag on the nation’s sovereign rating Jind: Former Haryana Chief Minister and Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday alleged that the BJP government in the state is working to financially weaken farmers in contrast with the former Congress government which worked towards improving their situation Former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda IBNLive Speaking to journalists at Chhatar village on Sunday Hooda alleged the sugarcane farmers in the state have sent their crops to the mills but have not yet recieved a payment for it Hooda said Congress President Sonia Gandhi had herself visited many districts in the state and taken a stock of the damages incurred by the farmers in the aftermath of the unseasonal rains and hailstorms in Haryana Taking a jibe at Union Minister Birender Singh Hooda said he can bring Union Minister Birendra Singh back in the fold of the Congress party Before the Assembly polls in the state Birender Singh had reportedly said that he could bring Hooda in the BJP fold Birender Singh had been a Congress member before he joined the BJP ahead of the 2014 Assembly election Asked about his reaction on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme Hooda refrained from making any comment saying he had not "heard it" PTI By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 31 2017 6:57 pm Keaton Jennings scored 48 against South Africa earlier in third match (Source: AP) Top News Former South African captain Graeme Smith has suggested that the English selectors should think on making some changes in the opening slot as Keaton Jennings might struggle in the upcoming fixtures Smith while speaking onTest Match Special said that Jennings though scored 48 he didn’t look comfortable as he edged the balls a lot of time “Even though he got 48 there were a lot of edges” Smith said “If I was a selector I’d be thinking it was time to make a change with the West Indies and then the Ashes coming up” he added Talking about Jennings’ techniques Smith insisted that the upcoming Ashes series which is scheduled to take place in Australia later this year can be “scary” for him “Should England give another player time to settle in” Smith asked “The way that Jennings plays I think Australia might be quite a scary place for him “It’s not easy These are people’s lives and they’re working hard but I think South Africa would love Jennings to play in the final Test match “If you had to ask them they would say: ‘Please pick him’” he said England are presently playing South Africa at home in four-match series and they lead series 2-1 after beating the visitors by 239 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: June 16 2017 1:06 pm Amaal Malik had said he was “ashamed to be nominated for Baaghi as he found it to be a pathetically average album Related News Composer Amaal Mallik who turned 26 on Friday hopes to continue to make better tunes than his previous ones — something that he feels goes a longer way than an award or nomination does Earlier this year when Amaal was nominated for the Best Music Album honour at the 62nd Jio Filmfare Awards without taking any names he wrote an explosive Facebook post urging jury members of award shows in general to nominate people as per their talent and their body of work He had said he was “ashamed to be nominated for Baaghi as he found it to be a pathetically average album Now up for a nomination in the Music Direction category for MS Dhoni: The Untold Story at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards one wonders if he still feels the same “This question has been buzzing around for a while now and I’d love to clear the air on this one My post wasn’t specifically against Filmfare but against every award function where one finds this kind of injustice done to an artist” Amaal told IANS in an email interview He added: “I believe nominations are the industry’s way to tell you that they know and acknowledge the fact that you’re prevalent and doing good work Every artist needs the appreciation he deserves “Many thought my post was an action in the angst of my albums not being nominated and it wasn’t so Yes many including me felt that my albums like MS Dhoni… and Airlift deserved to make it to the nominations list but my implication was towards albums like Dangal and Rustom which were musically fulfilling and didn’t find their due place “I also happened to mention an album like Badlapur which wasn’t even considered after being so varied the year I won my Filmfare for Roy” He says music apart every other category at award events has the same story “I only think that awards are important to everybody and if not that a nomination serves as a recognition and a positive drive to do better work I see no reason why the number of nominations can’t be increased if that many artists have done a great job that year May there be one winner but it is an artist’s right to be recognised if he/she does good work at any point in his/her career “What this current situation has done for me personally is it’s taken my mind off nominations and awards I just look to make great music and garner the love the people have always been kind enough to give me I think that goes a longer way than an award does and every artist should focus on that primarily “I’m glad my relationship with awards are rather cordial now The pulse of my audience will always be my priority” Amaal whose brother Armaan is a popular singer made his Hindi film debut as a composer with superstar Salman Khan’s Jai Ho He has also composed music for Baaghi Hero Azhar and Noor For his birthday Amaal is unwinding with his cousins in New Zealand where he wants “solitude to kick in” With no adventure activities on his mind this time he wants his mind to get a “much needed break after three years of continuous work” In his new year he is looking at improvising on his talent “I will always look to approach every project like it’s my first” said the son of singer and music director Daboo Malik and nephew of famous music director Anu Malik For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppNew York: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj raised the issue of early reform of the UN Security Council during her meetings with counterparts from China and the IBSA and G4 blocs saying that concerted efforts should be made to complete the reform process by 2015 coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations Swaraj held back-to-back meetings on the second day of her visit to New York holding bilateral talks with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi Brazilian Foreign Minister Luis Alberto Figueiredo Machado and Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmud Ali on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly She participated in multilateral meetings with the foreign ministers of Brazil Germany and Japan in the G4 bloc Commonwealth foreign ministers SAARC IBSA (India Brazil South Africa) BRICS and Latin American countries in the CELAC quartet The G4 bloc wants the "full support" of the African continent Swaraj said adding that South African Foreign Minister Maite Emily Nkoana-Mashabaneassured her that Africa will support India along with the G4 in their bid to reform the 15-nation Security Council Sushma Swaraj with Joe Biden in this file photo "Unless we get the support of the African continent the reforms cannot move forward" Swaraj told Indian reporters after her meeting with IBSA ministers She termed her meeting with her IBSA counterparts as a "big supplementary" one that took forward the agenda of the G4 meeting which was to seek reform and expansion of the UN Security Council Swaraj said that in all her meetings apart from discussing bilateral issues she stressed that reforms of the UN body should happen by 2015 "Time is less Since 2015 is the 70th anniversary of the UN this milestone decision of reforming the UNSC should be done by next year" she said She said she had good meetings with the G4 bloc and the South African Minister She also raised the UNSC reform issue with China Swaraj termed aher meetings over the last two days particularly in the direction of the UNSC reforms process a success She added that having so many bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the UN session was an accomplishment During the meetings Swaraj invited countries to invest in the ambitious projects and proposals unveiled by the new Indian government The countries had expressed support for India’s permanent membership in a reformed UN Security Council Swaraj’s counterparts also conveyed their congratulations to the new Indian government for the victory in the general election Expressing her gratitude Swaraj invited them to participate in the government’s ambitious projects and proposals through their investments in the Indian economy There was strong support expressed during these meetings for India’s permanent membership in a reformed UN Security Council The leaders had also discussed other topical issues before the UN at the ongoing 69th session of the General Assembly Swaraj is scheduled to meet nearly 100 foreign ministers during her visit to the US and will join the delegation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will reach New York today Before Modi reaches New York Swaraj would participate in a bilateral meeting with Egyptian Foreign Affairs Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukry and also in a ministerial level meeting of the Committee on Palestine PTI

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