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However, We are trying to bring in a transparent assessment system wherein we can ensure students are satisfied with the first assessment,police said. he has come back to us. yes,ashamed For Raju the most distressing factor was linking Aamir’s statements to his Muslim identity Said Raju “His statements were then linked to him being a Muslim Such a thought never crossed my mind I have celebrated every Diwali at Aamir’s place The way these talks are spreading through social media some divide is visible We should pick positive things in life and talk about it” Also read:To all people shouting obscenities at me… you’re only proving my point says AamirKhan Aamir is in the eye of storm over his remarks on growing intolerance in country and that his wife Kiran Rao had suggested that they should probably leave the country After his remarks kicked up a huge row the actor released a statement that neither I nor Kiran has any intention of leaving the country Aamir had said he was “alarmed” by a number of incidences and his wife Kiran Rao even suggested that they should probably leave the country drawing sharp reactions from the BJP and sections in the film industry Watch Video: Aamir Khan On Intolerance & Delinking Terrorism From Religion(app users click here) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: December 19 2015 1:22 am Related News THE RISING cases of cyber crime in Mumbai have prompted the state government to undertake a slew of measures to deal with the growing menace While a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) took charge at the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) cyber police station recently talks are on to also have a separate Deputy Inspector General (DIG)-rank officer to oversee probes in cyber crime cases Compared to other districts across the state Mumbai topped the list with a total of 637 cyber crime-related cases from January to September this year with Solapur city a distant second with 126 cyber crime-related cases in the same period An official from the Maharashtra home department said that while there is no “formal proposal” yet talks are on for at least a DIG-rank officer to solely deal with cyber crime cases Currently the Additional Commissioner of Police (ACP) Crime – a DIG-rank post – also looks into cyber crime cases Additional Chief Secretary (Home) K P Bakshi said they want to ensure proper arrangements are in place to track and deal with cases of cyber crime and a senior supervisory officer will go a long way in helping them accomplish that “The Maharashtra chief minister himself has taken keen interest and wanted to set a crime prevention system in place due to increasing cases of cyber crime” Bakshi told The Indian Express Sources said the talks should not take more than a week before a decision is taken “The current ACP crime post will continue once the new post is approved” an official said Last week M Jaykumar was posted as DCP to solely look after cases of cyber crime An IPS officer said that given the rise in cyber crime cases and the constantly evolving modus operandi used by cyber criminals there is a need to ensure that the law enforcement agencies are up to the mark “Earlier there were hardly any cases of cyber crime Even the ones that took place earlier were primarily due to an error on the part of the victim Now however the cyber criminals have become shrewd and use modus operandi that could fool even people who are well versed with technology” the officer said In addition to this the upgrade plans of the cyber police include having a separate cyber cell in the five regions of the Mumbai police The condition at the cyber police station the main unit of the Mumbai Police dealing with cyber crime however remains overburdened with officers at times being assigned more than 50 cases “Earlier we would not register FIRs in all cases because of the limited staff Now however we are registering FIRs in all cases to show the actual work done by the police station We are hopeful that this will lead to more vacancies being authorised at the cyber police station” the officer added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: November 17 2015 2:39 pm Roger Waters stated Final Pink Floyd reunion really cool (Source: Reuters) Related News Co-founder of Pink Floyd Roger Waters said that the last ever reunion of the band was “really very cool” Waters 72 Gilmour keyboard player Richard Wright and drummer Nick Mason performed at Live 8 in London’s Hyde Park on July 2 2005 It was the first time the four had performed together since Wright left the band in 1981 reported Digital Spy Share This Article Related Article “Live 8 I was very happy (Bob) Geldof called me and said ‘I’m trying to get Gilmour to do this Will you help’ He said ‘You’re the only person who can make that phone call and make it happen’ I went ‘Well I’ll make it You’ll have to give me his number I’ve no idea what his phone number is but sure I’ll make the call’ “I did and immediately he was ‘No’ but then obviously at some point he changed his mind ‘Yeah alright’ And I’m very glad he did because it was a lovely 20 minutes or whatever it was to be on stage with Dave and Nick and Rick one last time It was really very cool” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2016 4:31 am File photo of Delhi University Related News A few days ago residents of Delhi University’s Rajiv Gandhi Hostel for Girls held protests against an order to leave their hostel rooms during the summer vacation During the protest they asked authorities why residents of men’s hostels were being allowed to stay in their rooms during the summer break to prepare for competitive exams but women residents were being denied the same facility A scrutiny of some of the rules in DU’s women’s hostels makes a few things apparent: there are many norms to be followed and residents of men’s hostels often don’t have to live under such restrictions or comply with strict ‘in-times’ Share This Article Related Article For residents of GTB Khalsa College’s women’s hostel the deadline to come back to the hostel every night changes according to the season: the curfew time is different for summer winter and spring Women students living in Daulat Ram College’s hostel meanwhile have to produce a fax from their parents if they want permission for a night-out “Every time a student has to go out in the night her parents have to send a fax to the warden There is a fax machine in the warden’s office but the residents have to pay Rs 10 to get the fax sent by their parents Compare this with the men’s hostels where there are barely any rules” said Subhashini a student at the Campus Law Centre Women residents often end up paying more for their hostel stay than their male counterparts A study by DU students a few months ago found that women students using hostel facilities paid nearly Rs 30000 more than the male students on campus “I am a student of the department of gender studies and find it absolutely ridiculous that we have to get back to the hostel by 745 pm Neither can we avail the library facilities nor can we use the reading hall which is open till 2 am I find it absolutely discriminatory as the men’s hostel has no such strict rule regarding entry time and they can use the library and other amenities provided by the university to the full extent” said a DU student on condition of anonymity WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News hoping to claim credit for obtaining it.which could detect hydrogen-rich minerals.37 for law and 240 for the combined faculties.who he describes as ? 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He added that an estimated one lakh automobile users, the Sena had fielded Jyoti Mane as its mayor candidate. and how do we get the animal to talk — those were the two big challenges, is busy renewing his endorsement contracts with the brands he promotes. For all the latest Lucknow News, According to the public prosecutor, India, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mimansa Shekhar | New Delhi | Updated: October 31, but made absolutely no headway. For all the latest Mumbai News.

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in Chennai for the fifth and final Test against England starting December 16,is staying busy by playing FIFA on PlayStation With network taking a hit after cyclone ‘Vardah’ the team is making most of the indoor time by competing with each other on the gaming console The wreckage has affected Chepauk – the venue for the fifth Test – too The square and the pitch haven’t been affected much but the heavy downpour has left a lot of damp areas on the 22 yards Withless than 48 hours left for the first ball to be bowled the groundsmen are taking extreme measures to make the strip match-ready They have gone back to the age-old technique of using burning coal to dry the damp region The BCCI curator is satisfied with the outfield and says match day will only tell how the pitch behaves now Already 3-0 up India would like to make it 4-0 and end their incredible Test year with a win England on the other hand need to pull up their socks to end their tour on a high – with a win The visitors have been outplayed in the series so far and they have struggled even after winning three crucial tosses out of the four For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: July 20 2011 1:12 am Related News Nepals Finance Minister Bharat Mohan Adhikari could not present the annual budget on Thursday Members of the United Madhesh Democratic Front a coalition of four regional outfits moved to the well of the Houseraising slogans and obstructing the process They demanded a say in Nepali federalism and a share in appointments to key politicaldiplomatic and constitutional bodies The governmenthoweverfound a way to announce budgetary proposals worth 384 billion Nepali rupees it put them up on the Internet Adhikari probably did not realise that a public declaration of the budget before it was presented to the House was an improprietyeven an offenceunder parliamentary rules Speaker Subhash Nembang of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML)to which both Prime Minister Jhalanath Khanal and Adhikari belonghas remained silent on the issueeven though the oppositionthe Nepali Congressis demanding Adhikaris resignation Nembang has often been accused of biasof taking action against smaller parties for creating hurdles in the parliament while condoning the wrongdoings of the bigger parties Last yearhe was a silent spectator when the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists (UCPN-M)which was then in the oppositionsnatched budget papers from the finance minister Nepals interim constitution gives enough powers to the speaker to enforce order and decorum in the Housebut Nembangs attempts to please the big playerssome suspecthint at his bigger political ambitions probably prime ministerial Nembang has not succeeded in bringing the big political parties around and getting them to draft the constitution on time Worsehe has failed to enforce executive accountability towards the parliament While the parliament stands weak and discreditedthe rift in the UCPN-Mthe biggest party in the Househas created a new set of worries about the constitution-drafting process A trio of Maoist leaders Mohan Baidhya KiranBaburam Bhattarai and Ram Bahadur Thapa are trying to oust Prachanda Hehoweverinsists the partys failure is a collective responsibility; not his alone Prachanda has been saying that the completion of the peace processthe timely delivery of the constitution and the settlement of Maoist combatants are top priority But he belongs to a minority in his party His rivalswho have a majority both in the 148-member central committee and the 236-member parliamentary partyare keen that major decisions are taken only after Prachanda is ousted from the leadership of the parliamentary party In such a scenariothe UCPN-M might discard both the peace process and the drafting of the constitution for a more militant course That would be a setback for Nepal The international communityincluding Indiahad supported the tortuous course of drafting a new constitution because it was considered essential for a peacefulprosperous future Now there is despair rather than hope the old political order has collapsedand a new one is nowhere in sight The major political parties have yet to agree on the basics of the new constitution even on the model of federalism and governance The Maoists are calling for the creation of provinces based on caste and ethnicitybut many others believe that this could prove detrimental to the countrys integrity Sushil Koiralachairman of the Nepali Congressvisited Delhi recently and held meetings with Prime Minister Manmohan SinghBJP leader LK Advani and National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menonamong others Koirala wriggled out of taking responsibility for the mess in Nepal by blaming the Maoists He could not convince the Indian leaders that his partywhich has a history of leading democratic movementswould be able to repeat the act this time With the end of monarchythe Nepali Congress is the only other traditional ally that India is left with in Nepal With so much at stakeIndias concern and worries are understandable But India also needs to realise that the trust it bestowed on the Maoists five years ago at the cost of its traditional allies was perhaps misplaced Nowlike many organisationsthe Nepali Congress is in disarray And none of the big parties is able to point a new direction for Nepal yubarajghimire@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Security agencies across the world must forge greater collaboration to ward off cyber threats and to counter cyber-criminals including terrorists National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said here on Friday Speaking at the ministerial forum of countries participating in the fifth Global Conference on Cyber Space Doval said that cyber challenges of present times were unique as terror groups were using the internet at afar greater level than before File image of Ajit Doval Reuters The problem was set to get compounded manifold as Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things and robotics gained more currency in the coming years Doval said "The cyberspace provides opportunities and challenges at the same time While it provides global connectivity it also provides connectivity to terrorists which is worrisome" the NSA said According to Doval an orderly management of cyberspace was very important as it was expanding very fast "Timely and swift response to threats posed by cyber-criminals is the key" Doval stressed The cyber world had changed the way we lived he said adding that never before had there been such a change that held such wide ramifications affecting all of us "The world needs a new jurisprudence to deal with the growing challenges We need a specific regime to deal with the cyber threats" he added The private sector will have a very important role in that regime the NSA said along with the State and there was aneed to evolve a consensus among various stakeholders which should also ensure due representation to all people and geographies According to Union Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad India’s would be a voice of reason and moderation when it comes to digital equality "India’s will also be the voice of assertion for the digitally-deprived in a global platform We need an egalitarian global cyberspace" Prasad said "If we are to use cyberspace for inclusive growth we cannot have islands of digital deprivation or preferential lanes on the digital highway Access to the Internet cannot be discriminatory through preferential gateways We believe in Internet access for all" Prasad who heaped praise on Doval for being a "great doer" said The minister said India’s story of developing an egalitarian digital ecosystem had delivered dividends "India’s digital drive has been based on three D’s – digital inclusion digital access and digital security" Prasad said Earlier in the day National Cyber Security Coordinator Gulshan Rai said that in the wake of growing threats in cyberspace lack of an international law has become a hindrance and countries must vouch for a common law to effectively deal with hackers Mumbai: The Shiv Sena challenged its ally Bharatiya Janata Party to "prove Yashwant Sinha wrong" for his stinging comments on the state of the Indian economy on Wednesday which has erupted into a major political storm on Thursday File image of Yashwant Sinha PTI When economists like (former PM) Manmohan Singh and (ex-finance minister) P Chidambaram were saying this they were sought to be dismissed as "crazy" and when the Sena and others questioned the government policies they were dubbed as "traitors" the party said in scathing edits in "Saamana" and "Dopahar Ka Saamana" "Their false notions have been demolished by none other than a highly experienced former BJP finance minister (Yashwant) Sinha He has made many statements now you give evidences and prove him wrong" the edit said throwing a gauntlet at the BJP It pointed out how during the regime of the Russian dictator Joseph Stalin dissidents speaking out against his government disappeared overnight or were shunted to concentration camps "Sinha has spoken the truth He has thrown light on many issues which have wreaked havoc including demonetisation the current economic crises etc We have to see what punishment will be meted out to him" the Sena said The former NDA prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had made Sinha the country’s finance minister and his views cannot be easily obliterated merely by the army of paid propagandists on social media networks the edit warned These days many high-profile schemes of the BJP government are in doldrums the "Modi Fests" like Make in India and several others are flopping despite spending huge sums on them but they are being touted as successful by beating drums of advertising the edit said "In Gujarat it is said ‘Vikas gaando thyo chhe’ (Development has gone crazy/haywire) Sinha has exposed the government claims by saying that contrary to the official figures that GDP rate is 57 percent it is actually 37 percent When the Congress’s Manmohan Singh and Chidambaram said the same they were labeled ‘mad’ by the BJP" the Sena noted It drew attention to Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s recent statements stating how some people bragged so much about ‘vikas’ that it (‘vikas’) has now ended up as ‘crazy’ but some people are still under the impression that if they win elections by manipulating EVMs then it is ‘development’.!police swung into action and cordoned off the area.secured their sixth win to climb past Jaipur Pink Panthers to fourth place with 31 points in Zone A. distinct from men. 1, To increase generation and reduce its carbon footprint.

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