But if a patient comes during stage 3," a senior government official said.
wrote. Gokhale said their action was propelled by apprehensions that the government may retrench them. How dare they? Asiya and her deputy Fahmeeda Sofi were booked under the PSA early this week.” he said.it’s a battle of mean egos, now he has the opportunity to play in the best league in the world and I know he will grasp this opportunity and will work hard to help the team win titles. Indian hockey team had goalkeeper PR Sreejesh to thank for for their 2-1 win over Argentina at the Rio Olympics.This is the first tiger to be successfully relocated in a forest area in the state, he said Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is a prime habitat for tigers and this tiger has been killing prey on its ownso it should adjust naturally in the area? It would be a challenge as people are still shifting and taking possession of the houses. The colonies under the scheme that have previously been constructed are still under the CHB This would be the first colony to be transferred in such a short time to the Municipal Corporation It has been demanded that funds to manage the colony be transferred also The civic body has time and again demanded transfer of several functions from the Administration The civic body is still in a quandary over taking over the colony With a population of more than 40000 to shiftmore staff would also be required For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 15 2016 9:33 am The civet was released into the woods near the campus Top News The Delhi University’s biophysics laboratory in the South Campus saw an unusual guest on Wednesday — an Asian Palm Civet As a postgraduate student entered the laboratory in the morning she found muddy paw prints and on following the trail found the animal hiding in a cabinet An NGO — Wildlife SOS — was called to rescue the animal The civet was soon released into the woods near the campus Watch What Else is Making News The Asian Palm Civet is a protected species and is rarely found in the midst of urban setting According to the NGO it is also called a toddy cat and is a member of the family Viverridae — native to South and Southeast Asia “They can survive in a wide range of habitats and can be seen in urban environments but quite rarely as they tend to be shy and wary of humans They are an omnivorous species that feed on fruits berries coffee beans insects and small mammals” read a statement issued by Wildlife SOS The DU’s south campus is located right next to the Delhi Ridge and the civet is believed to have strayed in from the reserved forest “The plight of urban wildlife is often dismissed because city dwellers consider them to be a nuisance But we are glad to see that people are becoming more sensitised towards the presence of wild animals in the national capital region” said Kartick Satyanarayan co-founder of Wildlife SOS Last month in a Gurgaon village a leopard was beaten to death with sticks and stones after it injured a few villagers For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | Delhi | Updated: December 5 2015 9:13 am Supreme Court of India Related News Clearing the air is what the Supreme Court usually does The top court is doing it again literally this time At 915 am Friday a group of men with equipment and machines walked briskly towards the Chief Justice of India’s courtroom only to be halted by alarmed security personnel Dressed in white coats the men showed an authority letter from the CJI himself Within the next 45 minutes three courtrooms had handy air sampler machines installed while two ambient air analyser stations at the court lawns drew a curious crowd Read:Curbing Delhi pollution: The Big Question How Seeking to address its concerns over rising air pollution officials from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) visited the top court Friday and installed air filtering equipment in the courtrooms and on the premises to check for pollutants and come up with remedies The CJI-led bench is seized of a PIL filed by environmentalist M C Mehta on the alarming spurt in air pollution in Delhi-NCR It has also issued several directives from time to time During a previous hearing the then CJI H L Dattu had said his grandson “looks like a ninja” because of the mask he is forced to wear due to pollution WATCH VIDEO:This is what is wrong with the air in Delhi The court subsequently imposed pollution compensatory charges on commercial vehicles entering Delhi The bench had also observed that if the rising pollution level is not checked in the capital children will very soon be seen only in hospitals Read:What is more important health or your car You have to take a call: Ashish Khetan During a recent hearing senior advocate Harish Salve amicus in the PIL had also adduced an air sample of the courtrooms He said the air is too harmful to breathes and urged for imminent measures Citing these orders by the bench CPCB officials installed more than half a dozen sampler machines inside the courtrooms including court number 1 of the CJI Officials said they have a 24-hour window to collect air samples for assessment “These instruments collect air samples at very specific and constant air flows We have been asked to check the quality of air before the sessions begin when the courts are in session and again when the day ends It will give us a proper idea of change in air quality when lawyers and litigants are present in courtrooms and otherwise” said an official Read:Badarpur Rajghat thermal power stations to be shut down Further two environmental analyser stations were set up in the court lawns to assess the ambient air quality for pollutants “Atmospheric air has been a cause of major concern and the SC has also expressed its views The CPCB has been entrusted with the task of collecting samples analysing them and presenting a report along with remedial measures to improve the condition” said the official He added that the stations will take into consideration the urban smog and the size of particulate matter in the breathable atmosphere in Delhi “The analysis equipment will detect amounts of targeted ‘criteria pollutants’ such as carbon monoxide nitrogen dioxide PM 25 PM 10 sulfur dioxide lead ozone and others” he said Read:A few must sacrifice their comforts in order to save lives says M C Mehta ‘PM’ refers to the particulate matter suspended in air and the numbers in the ‘PM’ connotes particle size in micrometers This report is likely to be submitted to the Environment Ministry which will then present the facts before the apex court For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHyderabad: The scheduling of matches in the recent World Badminton Championship was an issue but the players need to get used to it said Chief National Coach P Gopichand "In a way yes (it was an issue) But sometimes you are at the wrong end Her (P V Sindhu) semifinals was in the night session on Saturday and it was almost 1-130 by the time she slept and then next day the final was in the morning PC Sindhu’s coach Pullela Gopichand Image Courtesy: Twitter @BAI_Media "Sometimes these small things affect a long match where you need extra energy" Gopichand said on Tuesday However it is important to get used to it he said "Not an excuse it happens it is just important that we get used to it Yes I would think there were three four matches which could have been scheduled better" Gopichand said further He was asked if the scheduling of the matches was a concern Gopichand said players sometimes lose out when it comes the television requirements and what fans want "But our challenge is that Indian television timings dictate matches and that’s why they want some of the matches to be in the morning and sometimes the local crowds may be wanting to see the big matches to be in the evening "It’s a compromise which needs to be done and sometimes we are affected" Gopichand said Gopichand who is appreciated for producing world class shuttlers was elated with the way Sindhu played in the World Championship final before finishing second best in the epic clash "It was a tough match Both the players played well Very proud of the way Sindhu responded and also the fight which was on the cards For me one of the best matches I have seen It’s been a great preparation for us All of us put a great effort" he said "At 22 she (Sindhu) has big medals and four consecutive years of medals Hopefully this continues By the end of her career she will have lot of more gold in her cabinet" he said He also praised Saina Nehwal for winning bronze medal in the world event and men’s players K Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth for their competitive performances Asked about sports scene in the country as it celebrated National Sports Day today Gopichand said sports in India is at a stage where it has never been "Indian sport is at a stage where it has never been in the past We have the highest offices in the country talking about sport in a big way We never had somebody at the Prime Minister’s level address this issue of sports successively over so many months" he said A lot has been achieved in badminton and a lot more needs to be achieved he said "Hopefully things will improve I would say that a lot has been spoken A lot has been done But a lot more needs to be done Because the whole world is competing and we need to ensure that we put our best foot forward" he said Written by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Published: July 27 2016 12:58 pm S B Deepak Kumar (Express Photo) Top News THE CHANDIGARH Administration on Tuesday transferred the official accommodation of former Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) chief executive officer (CEO) Dr S B Deepak Kumar which was allotted from the board’s pool to the general pool of the administration The development assumes significance as the board had decided to get the house vacated from Deepak Kumar who was transferred out of the board on July 14 following to a differences with the chairman Maninder Singh and board members The order has been issued by UT administrator Prof Kaptan Singh Solanki The order reads: “The Administrator is pleased to withdraw house number 507 Sector 16 from CHB with immediate effect and to add the same in Chandigarh administration general pool for its allotment as residence and camp office of Dr SB Deepak Kumar” The house was allotted to Deepak Kumar after he was given additional charge of CEO CHB The CEO had allegedly spent over Rs 20 lakh on house hold items from CHB’s funds without taking approval from chairman and board The 2005-batch IAS officer is currently special secretary home information technology personnel vigilance and secretary home allotment committee (upper) CHB chairman Maninder Singh and Deepak Kumar refused to comment on the matter Stormy meeting likely The decision of administration to transfer the house in the general pool has left the board members unhappy Prem Kumar Kaushik member of the board said that the administration should have consulted the board before taking the step “How is the board going to get back the money wasted on renovation of the house.
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But if a patient comes during stage 3," a senior government official said.