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This will reduce traffic in congested areas. mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anurag Agarwal | Published: April 24 2013 3:05 am Related News Justice (retd) J S Vermawho passed away Monday nighthad spent the last International Womens Day (March 8) at the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad Anurag K Agarwala faculty of the instituterecalls… Ahmedabad: I had the good fortune of having a longinformal chat with Justice Verma when he visited IIM-Ahmedabad on March 8ththe International Womens Daythis year During our conversationhe was candid and severely criticised some of the decisions made by the Supreme Court and High Courts He was positive about the role of youth in nation-buildingincluding in giving direction to political and legal discourse in the country towards a more purposive interpretation of the law that leads to growth and development Later that dayJustice Verma interacted with an audience comprising studentsfaculty members and others Obviouslythe topic was the law for tackling crime against women His emphasis was on gender equality and sensitisation of the societyparticularly the males Someone in the audience asked him as to how can there be gender equality in the society if there was no social equalityto which he regaled the audience with a personal dilemma he had faced at his home He narrated how once his family and he were having dinner and his granddaughtera small kid at that timeasked her grandmother as to why their domestic helpBahadurdid not eat with them at the same table Justice Verma said that his wife bounced the question at him with an unsaid message that as a judge of the Supreme Courtheand not shewas supposed to answer that question Justice Verma called Bahadur and asked him to bring a plate and sit next to them As orderedBahadur brought the plate and placed it at the tablebut went inside the kitchen on some pretext and didnt come back till the time everyone had finished the meal It is unbelievable that Justice Vermawho was hale and hearty just a month backis no more Though his demise has left behind a big void that will be difficult to be filledhis judgments will guide generations to come May his soul rest in peace (The writer teaches Business Policy Area at the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad) For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 10 2016 2:26 am Right wing agencies said that agencies have not been able to prove the Sanstha’s role in Narendra Dabholkar’s murder (Source: File Photo) Top News Activists from various right-wing organisations Thursday came out in support of Sanatan Sanstha which is under the scanner of investigation agencies after its seeker Virendra Tawde was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on June 10 in connection with the murder of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar The activists staged a protest at the Maharana Pratap garden on the Bajirao Road demanding a fair investigation in the Dabholkar murder case Share This Article Related Article As many as 120 activists of different organisations took part in the protest In a press release Parag Gokhale of Sanatan Sanstha stated that the CBI should carry out a fair probe without coming under any pressure in the Dabholkar murder case “CBI has arrested Tawde on the basis of suspicion No investigation agencies have been able to prove the Sanstha’s role Still some political parties and organisations are demanding a ban on Sanatan Sanstha CBI should not come under pressure of these organisations and conduct an impartial probe” it was stated For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishal Menon Shamik Chakrabarty | Updated: November 23 2016 8:11 am The bizarre manner in which this match unfolded over the last two days has led to several voices of dissent (Source: file REPRESENTATIONAL) Top News On a green-top at the Bansi Lal Stadium in Lahli 40 wickets tumbled inside two days as Baroda beat Bengal by 21 runs to clinch their first Ranji Trophy win this season Historically the wicket at Lahli has always favoured swing and seam bowlers Even the Tamil Nadu-Mumbai season opener at this venue was a low-scoring affair in which the game ended in three days However the almost bizarre manner in which this match unfolded over the last two days has led to several voices of dissent One among them was Bengal coach Sairaj Bahutule The former India leg-spinner launched a blistering attack terming the Lahli track “a bit underprepared” and said such kind of pitches were not a good advertisement for the game of cricket “It was a green-top alright but it had uneven bounce I thought it could have been a better wicket The strip was a bit underprepared I don’t think it was dangerous although a few batsmen from both sides got hit on the thumb A few balls darted in sharply But I don’t think this kind of pitch is a good advertisement for the game” Bahutule told The Indian Express Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary also termed the Lahli pitch as “difficult to bat on” as it made the batsmen uncertain in their approach “I would say scoring a 40 on this deck is equivalent to a century on any good wicket” Tiwary said However Baroda’s captain Irfan Pathan spoke like a winning captain would “I think the pitch was the same for both teams Yes it was loaded in favour of the bowlers and the batsmen found it tough because of the uneven bounce” he said The result has dented Bengal’s chances of qualifying for the playoffs They now have accrued 16 points and are currently placed sixth Baroda on the other hand fresh from their maiden win are placed seventh with 6 points The Lahli match has given enough fodder for skeptics who have been questioning BCCI’s neutral venue policy this season Most feel having such wickets in which a game ends inside two days defeats the very purpose of having neutral venues Pathan does not concur to such views He reckoned that playing on such a track gave his young team an altogether “different experience” of playing Ranji Trophy “We played on flat batting tracks in Jaipur and at the Feroz Shah Kotla At both those venues getting even a single wicket was considered a major victory for the bowlers From there we came to Lahli where it gave a chance for our bowlers to prosper So it evens out In my opinion neutral venues is a very good step by the Board” he added Going forward Bahutule said he did not see the sense in lodging an official complaint with the match officials as the pitch behaved in a similar fashion for both sides Instead he put the blame squarely on the inept display by Bengal’s batsmen “We didn’t make any official complaint not even any informal complaint because it was the same pitch for both teams We finished on the wrong side of it (result) A lot of work has been done as far as our batters are concerned (in terms of technique) so to be honest there’s no excuse We didn’t bat well save Manoj (Tiwary) and Sudip (Chatterjee) We have quite a few youngsters in our side and games like these will teach them a lot of things” he added Like his coach Tiwary too believed his team’s execution for this game was not upto scratch “In the final analysis I would say we didn’t consistently bowl in the right areas We bowled a little short and allowed them to score runs square of the wicket on the off-side We lost the match by 21 runs and I think we conceded 20-30 extra runs” And then came Bengal captain’s parting shot “When a cricket match gets over in two days I think the match referee takes note We don’t mind playing on green-tops but the surface underneath should be hard to offer even bounce” he signed off Brief scores: Baroda 97 & 133 (Devdhar 38 Brahmbhatt 30; Mukesh Kumar 5/45 Amit Kuila 3/32) beat Bengal 76 & 133 (Manoj Tiwary 39 Shreevats Goswami 26 not out; Babashafi Pathan 3/34 Atit Sheth 3/58) by 21 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 11 2017 10:08 am Andy Murray booked his spot in the quarter-finals (Source: AP) Related News Andy Murray continued his Wimbledon tour of awkward and unpredictable opponents and booked his spot in the quarter-finals with a 7-6(1) 6-4 6-4 victory over showman Benoit Paire on Monday The Frenchman provided Murray with the latest test of his title credentials as well as of his injured hip but the champion reached the last eight for the 10th straight year with some comfort Like Murray’s previous opponents — Alexander Bublik Dustin Brown and Fabio Fognini — Paire was not out of a conventional tennis mould His backhand was stronger than his forehand and capable of inflicting damage and there were moments in the match when Murray’s chances of a third title looked questionable especially when his serve was broken twice in the first set Yet while Paire was able to dish out occasional blows hitting 50 winners and 44 unforced errors it was Murray’s weapons that were more frequently on target and carried the greater destructive power Perhaps the most pleasing aspect of the victory for Murray however would have been his movement which seems to have improved significantly even if he continues to hobble awkwardly between points Paire had begun the encounter by trying to test Murray’s willingness to chase down numerous dropshots but seeing the Scot rise time and again to the challenge he had his own view about Murray’s hip problems “Between the points he can do what he wants but during the point he can run like a rabbit” Paire told reporters Murray was certainly slicker around the court than he had been against Fognini when the Italian snatched a set and almost pushed the match into a decider “I’m moving well I didn’t feel like I moved that well against Fabio But the first two matches and today I felt like I moved really good I certainly feel like I’ve been tested in that department a lot because the guys I’ve played against have done a lot of forward movements” Murray said All in all Murray had too much guile for Paire and wrapped up his 26th successive win against French opposition in two hours and 21 minutes even if there were moments when he did not have everything his own way Paire broke Murray twice in successive games in the first set which ended up going to a tiebreak that the top seed won comfortably The next two sets were hardly routine for Murray but there was little doubt that he would prevail to set up a tie with 24th seed Sam Querrey who beat Kevin Anderson “I’ve done a good job so far here” Murray said “I mean today was by far the best I hit the ball the cleanest I hit the ball I was happy about that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 27 2017 7:04 pm PR Sreejesh will be unavailable for the next five months Related News India hockey regular captain PR Sreejesh is set to remain unavailable for at least five more months This means that the skipper will give the Asia Cup scheduled in October a miss Sreejesh who also missed the Hockey World League Semi-Final that took place in England underwent a knee surgery earlier this month after he suffered a ligament tear during the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in May 2017 Hockey India’s High-Performance Director David John said that Sreejesh requires at least five months to return to full fitness leaving hope that the goalkeeper will be back to play in the Hockey World League Final at the end of the year in Bhubaneswar “Sreejesh will definitely miss the Asia Cup but we will try our best to make him fully fit before the all-important Hockey World League Final in December But it also gives us time to work with and develop our reserve keepers” David John told PTI John also spoke on India’s performance saying “We also need to work on our conversions Throughout the tournament we had far more opportunities in and around opposition circle we had far more chances We had high number of circle penetrations We need to improve our efficiency in scoring” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 23 2017 7:05 am Maharashtra CMDevendra Fadnavis Related News The Maharashtra government on Tuesday reviewed the five-phased Dharavi redevelopment project worth Rs 25000 crore which promises to alter the Mumbai skyline Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis who reviewed the project said: “Making Mumbai slum-free was part of the comprehensive plan and it supplements the ambitious Centre-state project of affordable housing for all” Stressing on the need to adopt technology in the housing sector he expressed concern over providing adequate temporary transit accommodation to residents when the redevelopment work commences in Asia’s biggest slum colony —Dharavi Affordable housing or redevelopment under the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) he said should aim towards meeting the need of better shelters complete with basic amenities to each and every resident in Mumbai or other parts of Maharashtra At the meeting developmental models along with investments were discussed To avoid further delay in the Dharavi project the state government is working on creating a developers consortium which would split the entire slum colony into five phases to facilitate and unburden investments and expedite the project Official statistics indicate that 60000 families live in Dharavi The additional floor space index to create additional housing stock to provide commercial incentive to developers for the redevelopment project is expected to be utilised for low and affordable housing However the bigger concern for the state government is to ensure the Dharavi redevelopment serves to give the slum colony a facelift and also meet the target of affordable housing Fadnavis has indicated that the state government would create 22 lakh affordable houses to cater to urban and rural Maharashtra by 2019 The Prime Minister’s Awas Yojana is being enforced by the state along with pushing ongoing SRA projects to make shelter for all a reality in next three years In the past several attempts to provide higher incentives through 33 per cent Transfer of Development Right (TDR) outside Dharavi to make it commercially feasible did not elicit the desired response The stringent township norms were also relaxed to facilitate Dharavi redevelopment For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 29 2017 5:07 am Chint Kaur (88) shows the ink mark at Raipur Kalan village in Chandigarh on Sunday Jasbir Malhi Top News THE PANCHAYAT Samiti polls on Sunday saw a voter turnout of 6505 per cent while the Zila Parishad elections recorded a turnout of 6537 per cent In the elections of Panchayat samiti of the total 34 197 voters as many as 22244 voters cast their votes while in the Zila parishad polls of the total 27770 voters as many as 18121 cast their votes The results of the polling would be declared on May 30 According to the details with the election department the Zila Parishad polls were held in seven constituencies including Raipur Kalan Raipur Khurd Daria Mauli Jagran Kaimbwala Khuda Ali Sher and Khuda Jassu The maximum polling in these elections was recorded at Raipur Kalan village which was 8918 per cent The panchayat samiti elections were held in 12 constituencies including Lahora Sarangpur Behlana Kishangarh/Bhagwanpura Khuda Alisher Kaimbwala Daria- I Daria II Raipur Khurd Raipur Kalan and Makhanmajra Mauli Jagran-I and Mauli Jagran- II The highest polling in these polls was at Raipurkalan and Makhanmajra with 8918 per cent Congress city chief Pardeep Chhabra alleged that voters were clicking pictures and showing for whom they had voted “We have made complaints to the Election Commission Mobile phones were allowed and voters were taking pictures This isn’t a fair election” said Chhabra For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top Newsafter which the charges will be increased by 10 per cent every two years. until its expulsion in July by joint Iraqi forces, becoming the second Indian to do so after Pallikal. 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