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and Parliament has turned its face away.utterly predictable we-know-where-we-have-to-get-to but don? The ministers also gave approval to remit stamp duty on urban agriculture land on its transfer to the class-I heirs during the lifetime of the owner as was done for residential and commercial property in urban areas. And in the early ? Seriton Fernandes and Sergio Marin Midfielders: Ahmed Jahouh, download Indian Express App More Top NewsChennai:? * May the Natkhat Nand Lal always give you happiness, patients whose goal was total abstinence were more successful than those who had chosen to control their drinking, It must defend the Santa Catarina state championship,stay up in Brazil’s top-flight division and compete in theCopa Libertadores South America’s most prestigioustournament The Brazilian team is also expected to play inseveral fundraisers for families of the victims including one against Barcelona The stadium broke out in chants of “Vamos Vamos Chape”(Let’s go Chape) in Portuguese on 71 minutes as a tribute to the 71 people killed in the crash in Colombia en route to thematch Only six survived Colombian flags and Atletico Nacional shirts were visiblethroughout the stadium “We deserve to do well this season” 17-year-old fanDiego Sandro said “We have been through a lot and still wemanaged to get back on track” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: November 21 2016 9:12 pm F1 attendance is dropping and there is less attraction now We are spending RM 300 million a year (Source: Reuters) Top News Malaysia will not host a Formula One Grand Prix after the current agreement expires in 2018 the country’s tourism and culture minister said on Monday “After 2018 no longer” Nazri Abdul Aziz told reporters in parliament when asked about reports that the country was considering halting the annual race “(From the) longer term perspective it’s probably the correct decision because it’s more expensive and no longer that attractive” the minister added according to audio recordings of the comments heard by Reuters Malaysia had been considering cancelling the race due to declining ticket sales and TV viewing figures Earlier in the day Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has cast doubt over the future of the sport in Southeast Asia by telling a German magazine that Singapore no longer wanted to host a grand prix after its current deal expires next year The Malaysian Grand Prix was last held in October when Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo claimed his first win of the season State oil and gas firm Petronas are the title sponsors for the F1 race in Kuala Lumpur The company has been hit hard in recent times by the tumble in oil prices For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: January 13 2017 8:30 pm Traffic at Connaught Place after signals stopped functioning due to a power failure Express photo Top News Amid traders opposing the plan of making Connaught Place a vehicle-free zone the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is holding consultations with various stakeholders to deal with their apprehensions and come up with a foolproof plan “A belief that traders will face loss of business because of turning CP into vehicle-free zone is a myth There are so many visitors who want to take the metro to CP and avoid going there because of the vehicle rush We have got to know about the concerns of the traders” NDMC chairman Naresh Kumar said Watch what else is making news: “Consultations are on with various stakeholders and the final plan for the transition will be chalked out on basis of the discussions only” he added The decision to make the middle and the inner circular roads of Connaught Place vehicle-free from February was taken last week at a meeting chaired by Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu and attended by officials from the Urban Development Ministry NDMC and Delhi Police Miffed with the move the New Delhi Traders Association (NDTA) has decided to approach Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and New Delhi MP Meenakshi Lekhi against the decision The traders contend that Connaught Place has ample space for pedestrians but less parking area “There is enough parking space but it has not been utilised at all The Palika car parking has a capacity of 1200 but not even 30 per cent of it is occupied on a daily basis Similarly Baba Kharak Singh Marg parking which is one of the largest parkings globally is not even 20 per cent utilised” Kumar added In its budget presented on Friday for 2017-18 the NDMC has allocated Rs 125 crore for a sensor-based parking management system and a project for smart roads and road safety The NDMC had last year mooted a proposal to make both Connaught Place and Khan Market vehicle-free zones While Naidu had in November last asked for making both the markets vehicle-free no decision has been taken yet in this regard The middle and inner circular roads of CP in the heart of the national capital will be vehicle-free from February for next three months on pilot basis a move aimed at decongesting the area For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Atikh Rashid SUMIT GAIKWAD | Pune | Published: May 5 2016 6:00 am A balloon seller with a hydrogen cylinder near Deccan river bed Sandeep Daundkar Related News Gas balloons on birthdays are supposed to add fun and colour to the day But there’s a fair chance that these seemingly innocuous items can turn a party into a tragedy The sellers of levitating gas balloons which are very popular among children are increasingly using highly inflammable hydrogen instead of legally permitted and much safer helium Shockingly according to industry insiders as many as “95 per cent” of levitating balloon sellers use hydrogen instead of helium The reason: Hydrogen is much cheaper and more easily available as compared to helium A seven cubic metre cylinder of helium costs Rs 12000 while the same volume of hydrogen can be bought for a meagre Rs 1310 These balloons clearly a health and safety hazard are openly sold by roadside vendors who can be spotted outside almost every public park in the city They are also used by event management firms who use these balloons filled with explosive gas in hundreds to light up a birthday party or anniversary This particularly poses a great threat as these parties invariably involve lit candles which may cause an explosion Many a time these parties are conducted inside closed rooms Share This Article Related Article During the course of one week Pune Newsline spoke to dozens of balloon sellers decoration firm owners and gas suppliers who sell these gasses freely It was found that these firms or roadside vendors buy these gases from authorised “chemical and industrial gases suppliers” who are supposed to sell these gases to be used in factories and hospitals There are about half-a-dozen such firms across the city including in Nana Peth Chandan Nagar and Pimpri where hydrogen is sold to the balloon vendors without no or very little documentation or verification “We sell hydrogen to these people who have been selling balloons traditionally They were selling it in Mumbai or elsewhere and have now shifted to Pune Others who were making the gas using crude chemicals now buy it from us We know many of them personally” says one of the vendors Balloon-sellers opt for hydrogen instead of helium because of high profit margin involved A seven cubic metre cylinder that costs Rs 1310 can inflate as many as 600 balloons of average size (costing Rs 1 each) which are then sold for Rs 20-25 each Profit margin with helium is much less say vendors as the same volume of the gas has to be bought for Rs 12000 and is generally sold for Rs 60 per piece which in turn makes the product uncompetitive in a market flooded with cheaper hydrogen balloons Sanjeev Mangwani owner of Balloons Decor a Kalewadi-based decoration firm which takes pride in supplying only helium balloons says “Even if we categorically advise buyers against hydrogen balloons they press for them arguing ‘bass 10 min ka to kaam hai’ (it’s only a 10 minute job) They don’t realise that when hundreds of hydrogen balloons are involved especially for an indoor party the room has the potential to explode These balloons can kill” According to Mangwani many a time the event management firms take the customers for a ride in a bid to increase profits “Most of the times the hosts are not aware what gas the supplier is using Event managers use hydrogen balloons to increase their profit margin If the parents insist that they want helium balloons they still may get hydrogen ones because there’s no way the customer can verify” he says adding that it’s the responsibility of the government bodies to see hydrogen is not used for recreational purposes The family of a 11-year-old Tanay Gondil a resident of Ashok Nagar in Pune learnt this the hard way when the boy suffered burn injuries at a birthday party where hundreds of hydrogen balloons were used for decoration and children were playing with them The incident happened in Bangalore when Tanay was visiting his uncle to participate in the birthday party in September 2015 “We had organised the party at a club house in Bangalore Since kids love gas balloons we had ordered 300 of them and thought they were helium ones The order for them was given by an event planner While the kids were playing with them one of the balloons burst after drifting and touched an overhead bulb It caused a chain reaction and several balloons burst one after the other There were several sparks of fire which fell on the little kids playing My nephew got injuries on his face and hands Another girl got her hands burnt A table cloth had caught fire too We rushed the kids to a clinic Although the injuries were minor it could have been worse” said Vipul Redey Tanay’s uncle who had organised the birthday party Those selling the balloons aren’t safe either According to Bandu Rege (38) (name changed) who sells hydrogen balloons in Shivajinagar area he lost his nephew and an eye in an accident few years ago”A gas cylinder had exploded which resulted into severe burn injuries to my 15-year-old nephew and also injured my left eye” said Rege The gas cylinders are often kept unprotected outside the jhuggis and the users may not have any expertise or necessary equipments to handle an explosive gas”Hydrogen is known to cause kidney and lung diseases These people who belong to very poor class often suffer from these ailments as they don’t use a mask or glove while handling the gas” said Mangwani WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 14 2015 1:50 am Gajendra Chauhan also urged for a meeting with the students to “sit and talk over” the matter before coming to any conclusions Related News Students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Saturday continued their protest against the appointment of TV actor and BJP leader Gajendra Chauhan as chairman of the Governing Council of the institute They said they would continue the indefinite strike announced by the student body on Friday till the issue was resolved and expressed willingness to participate in a “dialogue” Share This Article Related Article “We propose to the ministry to reconsider its appointment and relook at the process of constituting the FTII society and its members Until further clarity comes from the I&B Ministry we will continue to stand by our demands… It is extremely sad that the government rather than enhancing the stature of many premier institutes in the country has constantly tried to undermine the autonomy of these institutes by appointing partisan people with no merit” said Harishankar Nachimuthu president of the Students’ Association of the institute “FTII is an institution of national and international repute and it’s obvious that a person of fitting reputation in the field of art and cinema should head it and decide on its future” said Rakesh Shukla a final-year student Students also said they were willing to participate in a dialogue with the I&B Ministry For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2015 12:46 am Related News THE Maharashtra Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Monday arrested a head constable with the Thane Rural police for allegedly demanding a bribe of Rs 175 lakh from a local resident in exchange for registering a complaint ACB officials had laid a trap for the constable twice earlier but he had refused to accept the money suspecting a trap According to ACB officials the accused has been identified as head constable Shantaram Saravade who was posted with the Nallasopara police station at the time of his arrest Share This Article Related Article Officials said that the complainant a Nallasopara resident was facing harassment at the hands of a group of people with whom he had been embroiled in a dispute and had approached the Nallasopara police with an application seeking an FIR against them Saravade was allegedly demanding Rs 175 lakh from the complainant claiming that he would also have to give a cut to his superiors The complainant then approached ACB who set about verifying his complaints In a call that was monitored by ACB officials the complainant contacted Saravade who demanded the money after which a case of demanding a bribe was registered against him under the Prevention of Corruption Act ACB officials then set about laying a trap so that he could be arrested red-handed “Saravade had been wary of an ACB trap from the beginning and had even voiced this suspicion in front of the complainant more than once We tried to lay a trap twice but both times Saravade did not accept the money from the complainant asking him to meet him later We finally arrested Saravade for demanding a bribe” said Ankush Bangar Deputy Superintendent of Police ACB Palghar unit Bangar added that investigations so far had not thrown up any indication to support Saravade’s claims of having to give a cut to his seniors The ACB is currently conducting searches at Saravade’s workplace and residence [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News with the Met department predicting that the heat wave is likely to continue for the next few days.

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