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May there be many more? — Athiya Shetty (@theathiyashetty) January 15 2017 Congratulations to @aliaa08 and @diljitdosanjh for the much deserved awards Here’s to cinema with content Say no to drugs #whosthegabru — Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) January 15 2017 Hearty congratulations Alia For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 6 2017 4:53 am In an attempt to prevent overcrowding at tourist spots in Lonavala during the monsoon Pune Rural Police have decided to ban the entry of private Bhushi Dam towards the Bhushi Dam Road after 3 pm on weekends and other holidays Top News In an attempt to prevent overcrowding at tourist spots in Lonavala during the monsoon Pune Rural Police have decided to ban the entry of private Bhushi Dam towards the Bhushi Dam Road after 3 pm on weekends and other holidays when a large number of tourists visit the hill station Police have also prepared a seasonal bandobast to ensure the security of tourists They have appealed to tourists to follow the instructions given by police and avoid hooliganism and crowding at picnic spots As many as 47 senior police officers 231 constables including 63 woman personnel and a strike force would be deployed at various locations in Lonavala In a press conference Deputy Superintendent of Police Dnyaneshwar Shivthare and Police Inspector Chandrakant Jadhav of Lonavala city police station said the decision to ban the entry of private vehicles was taken for the benefit of tourists During monsoon heavy vehicles would not be allowed to enter Lonavala from the entry points at Valwan and Khandala between 6 am and 12 pm on weekends Lonavala is a favourite spot for tourists especially during rainy season A large number of tourists from Pune Mumbai Navi Mumbai Thane and other places visit spots such as Bhushi Dam Lions Point Sahara Bridge waterfall Rajmachi point and other places to enjoy the rains Certain steps have also been taken to prevent overcrowding such as removing encroachments from Mavala statute to Bhushi dam; the region has been declared a ‘no-hawkers’ zone ‘No parking’ zones have also been created on both sides of the petrol pump on Tungarli Road to Apollo garage Kumar Chowk to Mavala statute Action will be taken against vehicles parked on these routes said police For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: August 7 2015 12:02 am Related News Commenting on the logjam in Parliament’s monsoon session leading to the suspension of 25 Congress MPs Jamaat-e-Islami’s bi-weekly Daawat in its main frontpage commentary (August 1) writes: “The Opposition is upbeat and the government appears helpless What should be discussed at the table to end the disruption is being talked about on air Noisy scenes in Parliament in a parliamentary democracy are nothing new But the increasing trend of disruption in proceedings and wastage of time is not good If it is the responsibility of the Opposition to cooperate with the government to run Parliament it is necessary that the government does not do anything that creates controversy leading to disruption It should not be forgotten that it is the responsibility of the government more than of the opposition to run Parliament properly” Share This Article Related Article The daily Roznama Khabrein in its August 5 editorial writes: “The government thought it would pass important bills in Parliament with the help of smaller parties But with its actions it has given a divided Opposition an opportunity to unite The Congress alleges that the speaker is under pressure from the government and the prime minister wants to replicate the Gujarat model in Parliament MPs have always been coming with placards and posters BJP members had come with bags full of currency notes and displayed them in the House… The Congress has nothing to lose and it can go as far as it likes” Hamara Samaj in its July 24 editorial notes: “The demands of the Opposition are such that they can neither be ignored in the light of the Constitution nor be put on the backburner The stubborn attitude of the BJP indicates that the Centre is trying to protect the guilty” An Execution The execution of Yakub Memon was the subject of much discussion Some newspapers published photographs of the crowd that assembled for his funeral at Mumbai’s Bara Kabristan Inquilab in its editorial on July 30 writes: “Until the revelations about Yakub Memon’s surrender his faith in the judiciary cooperation with the law furnishing of details of the 1993 blasts… he too was considered to be like the other accused or convicted… The situation changed when these revelations were made Therefore there were appeals for concessions for him and there was hope that the court would consider these revelations favourably But the apex court which showed consideration in the case of other convicts with regard to the commutation of death sentences awarded to them by the Tada court maintained the death sentence awarded to Yakub Memon” It adds: “It is clear that the country’s highest constitutional and legal institutions (including the office of the president) considered Memon’s death sentence appropriate after the necessary scrutiny Therefore it is the duty of every citizen of the country having faith in democratic and legal institutions to accept this judgment… It is indeed necessary to plead to the court that the perpetrators of the Bombay riots of 1992-93 should also be punished…” There is a widespread sentiment that Memon should have been given a life sentence instead in line with the commutation of death sentences in similar cases in view of the circumstances in which he came to India and cooperated with investigation agencies Some papers approvingly cited Justice BN Srikrishna in the context of Memon’s death sentence where he spoke of the need for parity between the culprits of the Bombay riots and the bomb blasts The Lucknow-based senior journalist Hafeez Nomani in his column in Jadeed Khabar (August 3) emphasised Justice Srikrishna’s statement that “the difference between the attitudes of the investigation and the treatment meted out to the culprits of the riots and the bomb blasts is very largely due to the state’s religious prejudice” Tributes to Kalam Glowing tributes were paid to former President APJ Abdul Kalam who passed away last month Sahafat in its August 1 editorial writes: “There was never any sense of scholarly or intellectual snobbery His style was never like that of a ruler… Despite being a scientist supposedly isolated in his own pursuits he was always close to the people and their welfare and development” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 27 2013 2:39 am Related News Minister of State for Geology and Mining Gayatri Prasad Prajapati has constituted three inquiry teams to probe illegal mining of stonessand and earth during the BSP regime which were used for construction of memorialsparks and the Yamuna Expressway After holding a review meeting of officials at the Geology and Mining Directorate on FridayPrajapati said that large-scale illegal mining of stonessand and coarse sand took place during Mayawatis regime Agricultural fields in several villages adjoining Lucknow were turned into deep pits due to heavy excavation of earthwhich was used in the construction of parks and memorials Two teams will separately probe the alleged illegal mining in Sonbhadra and Lucknow The third team will probe whether royalty had been paid to the government for excavation of earth which was used in the construction of Yamuna Expressway It will be confined to AligarhMathura and Agra All three teams will submit their report within 15 days Prajapati also said that 60 per cent of the mines are closed in the statemostly in the absence of no-objection certificate (NOC) from the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) Some are closed due to courts intervention against e-tendering We will request the MoEF to issue NOC for the mines The central government wants to damage us by holding back these mines The state government will approach the apex court in cases where there are legal disputes?freekick more than 30 yards out to double DSK’s lead.Subrata Pal had to make two saves – first from a Eugene shot followed by palming away a corner kick. also disapproved of the senior party leader’s comments at a public meeting. 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