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Even though Semester VII Engineering exam results were declared only yesterday night, dates announced for next exam in May put students in a panic By Yatin Ingle
he Mumbai University (MU) may have hurried up in declaring the results of traditional courses – Arts, Commerce and Science – but it was a bit too slow in the case of the engineering exam results.
After the engineering exams (Semester VII) were conducted on December 17, 2013, the results which should have been declared by the last week of January, were announced only yesterday night, and students who may Continued on pg 8 «
Police can’t charge accused with rape By A Staff Reporter
nvestigators will not be able to charge the accused in the Esther
MUMBHAI Vikas Sabnis
Anuhya murder case with rape, as the police do not have a strong proof which can be corroborated during the trial, said sources in the investigating team. The body was decomposed and a few body parts were eaten by rodents, added the police. However, the police would certainly rely on
the circumstances, which indicate that the accused either attempted rape or raped the deceased before killing her, said a crime branch officer, who is closely monitoring the probe as well as the interrogations. Further, the police fathom that the accused's
Esther Murder Case
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HC raps police Police should first take down complaint, instead of worrying about jurisdiction
There! Yet another BJP leader on his way to secretly meet Raj Thackeray
should first take down the complaint, instead of worrying about the jurisdiction,” remarked the division bench of Justice N. H. Patil and Justice Anuja Prabhudesai who By Philip Varghese were hearing a petition filed by advocate and acf anybody approaches tivist Abha Singh, seeking a police station saying probe by the state Crime a child or woman relative Continued on pg 8 « is missing the police
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Dates for 2014 Lok Sabha polls to be announced today
By Prashant Hamine
he Election Commission of India (ECI) is to announce the dates for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections today morning in New Delhi. With this announcement, the Model Code of Conduct will come into immediate effect. The poll schedule will Continued on pg 8 «
Underworld exists: CP See Pg 3
Christian minorities to protest against state govt apathy
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Should the police increase patrolling in public places? Darshan Panchal MBA Student Yes, This would ensure that the people would reach home safely without any untoward incident occurring.
Mohit Lala Bank Employee Yes, This would instill confidence in the public, who can rely on the cops at any given point of time.
Shivraj Nevrekar Cinematographer Might-be, This would be worth doing, as the police presence always prevents people from committing any crime. Shivshankar Dey Engineering Student No, The police presence should be more at isolated places which are often taken over by roadside hoodlums. Amol Kale Yes, It will ensure the safety of women travelling at odd hours, especially during the night.
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By Philip Varghese
Azad Shrivastav | ADC
MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014
e have been saddened that the various issues affecting the Christian minorities raised with the concerned departments of various authorities have not only been ignored but also we find that the said issues have been presented with grave distortions, misinterpretations, not only to the higher authorities but even to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra,” said Dolphy D’Souza, spokesperson of SOUL-Save Our Land which has been fighting for issues related to the land acquisition notices served on St. Anthony's Church and St. Anthony's School at Malwani in Malad. It will be recalled that the St. Anthony's Church, which caters to 14,000 parishioners, was in the eye of a storm over a BMC notice to hand over its open plot as setback land for road widening. Christian organisations like Justice and Peace Commission (Archdiocese of Bombay), Catholic Sabha (Malwani and Orlem units), Watchdog Foundation (NGO), Bombay East Indian Association, Dharavi Beth Bachao Samiti will gather at Azad Maidan on March 15 against the States apathy towards the community on several issues. The core members of SOUL have also given a memorandum to the CM and Municipal Commissioner on issues affecting Christian Minorities which demanded the “withdrawal of the unjust Land Acquisition Notice, served on St. Anthony’s Church and St. Anthony’s School immediately and permanently. Re-swing the Road Line to the position, where it actually would be, if it was measured from centre of existing road which today has clandestinely been swung into
(LtoR): Fr. Lancy Pinto, Chairman Justice and Peace Commission, Archdiocese of Mumbai, Adv. Godfrey Pimenta, Mathew Thattil, Rufus Pereira, Bernadine Dcosta, Alex Dmello, Dolphy D'souza, Nicholas Almeida, Stanley Fernandez, Fr. Austin Norris in Blue shirt, Parish Priest, St. Anthony's Church, Malwani, Noel Duarte. church property by the BMC. After the Road Line is swung back and redrawn, put it up to appropriate authority for ratifying so that it becomes permanently secured from future harassment to the Church. Do not enforce the execution of proposed Road Line,” Dolphy said. Activist Nicholas Almeida said, “From December 01, 2012 we have approached various authorities including the Municipal Commissioner. All gave assurances but the problems have not been resolved. Our 30,000 signatures, memorandum, postcards, SMS and email campaigns have failed to stir them. Through RTIs and investigations we discovered a deliberate manipulation of the Malad/ Marve Road Line which swung it towards the church (A Heritage Grade II A structure - 400 years old) which robs the church of precious ancestral heritage land (approx. 25,000 sq. ft.). We are not
Healthcare system to verify patients' identity in BMC hospitals By Khushboo Panjabi
he Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has taken an initiative to start a healthcare system in every civic hospital for correctly identifying a patient and matching him or her to the right medical record for which a tender will be finalised soon. If this system is passed, the patients will no longer have to stand in long queues for collecting their respective case papers. Every year, the civic authority generates around 35 lakh kilograms of case papers. On the lines of the paperless system concept, the IT department of the BMC has taken an initative to start this healthcare system. There are instances when multiple patients are found with the same first and last name. This leads to confusion. Dr. Suhasani Nagda, Dean of the doctors' association said, “Each patient has to register online through which a unique identity code number will be allotted to them which will help them with the right medical records. This will be a fast, safe
and reliable way to identify patients when they enter their code number in the healthcare system”. She added, “If a patient is being shifted from one civic hospital to another, this system will ensure that before the patient reaches the hospital his entire medical data will be examined and accordingly the treatment will be carried out”. There are instances when a patient loses case papers or X-Rays creating problem in diagnosis. This system will avoid such problems. Dr. Shubhangi Parkar added,“This data will also help us find collective data about a patient who is suffering from multiple problems. This will reduce the chances of duplication.The patients can check their medical records through an online process”. Nagda added, “Tenders have been invited from various software companies like Wipro, TCS etc. We still have to take a call on whether a ready-made software should be purchased or a new software should be created”.
against development. The church has already given over 10,000 sq. ft of land as the BMC took land equally on both sides but for the church and school area they want it only from the church side and not the opposite side (which is the only exception on the Marve Rd). In the recent past the BMC had made unjust attempts to take the St. Peters Church, Bandra, St. Andrews Church and Parsi Agiary lands. Citizen groups had vociferously protested. Recently notices were served on Sacred Heart Church, Santacruz and Missionaries of Charity at Vile Parle. The Damocles sword still hangs and we can’t remain quiet or complacent.” D'Souza said, “Our demands are withdrawal of unjust Land Acquisition Notices to Our Lady of Assumption Church, Kandivali and St. Joseph School, Kandivali and demand immediately the setting
up and making functional Christian cemeteries at Kandivali (East) and Goregaon (East) for over 1.25 lakh Christians as right from Dahisar to Jogeshwari on the Eastern side there is none in existence. Withdrawal of the demolition notices issued to Christian Crosses and institutions in the city of Mumbai/ Stop the desecration of Crosses and arrest the culprits immediately. Withdrawal of all tourism developments plans and dumping grounds from the Versova, Madh, Marve, Manori, Gorai, Uttan areas of Mumbai unconditionally. Demand immediate resolution of Gaothan’s issues through withdrawal of notifications in DP of gaothans as slums, scrapping SEZ’s/SRA schemes in Gaothan lands and open a single window repair permission to avoid harassment and corruption. Maharashtra in 2013 is the No.2 State in India with the highest atrocities against Christians through enforcement of rule of law and stricter monitoring of the police force. Arrest and punish those responsible for such crimes against humanity. Rehabilitation of the slums housed on storm water drains/ footpaths on the periphery of the St. Elias School. Khar West. We have been seeking an appointment with the Chief Minister since the last one year to present the true picture, which has not been forthcoming. Since our appeal has not been heeded we are forced to come out on the streets on Saturday. Our agitation and the lack of response from the State Government on these various concerns will have a bearing on how the Christian community votes at the forthcoming election.” firstname.lastname@example.org
Shivaji statue's design sent to Envirnoment Ministry for final clearance By A Special Correspondent
ural Development Minister and Guardian Minister of Mumbai city Jayant Patil has said that the design for the Chhatrapati Shivaji statue in the Arabian Sea has been sent through the coastal zone management authority to the Union Environment Ministry for a final clearance. Speaking to reporters, Patil said, “The 190-meter tall Shivaji statue will be the tallest in the world. The government has sanctioned Rs.100 crore for the memorial in the first stage. The total estimated cost of the project is around Rs.1,400 crore and at least 10,000 people are expected to visit it everyday”. “The site for the memorial, at 1.2 km south-east of Raj Bhavan,
was approved by the committee set up by the government. The National Engineering Environment Research Institute (Neeri) has given its nod to the memorial. Neeri has clarified that the rock and the site of the memorial will not be affected by bad weather conditions. The design is done by the students of J.J. School of Arts. The surrounding area will have a landscape garden and an open space. A library, mini theatre, art gallery, and an aquarium will be built. The major events in Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's life will be shown through a sound and laser show”, he added. “The access to this memorial will be from Gateway of India, Juhu and Gorai through the sea”, Patil said.
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MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014
Into the third week of his elevation to Top Cop in Mumbai, Rakesh Maria is making waves for the right reasons. But “securing the city” is a relentless grind, and at the end of a long day of meeting people, the tiredness shows, as Neel Shah can tell
f Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria is to be believed, and no reason why he should not be, becoming the CP of Mumbai was a “childhood dream” for the man to whom there is no religion but law and order. “No nonsense in the name of god or political godfather,” is a basic article of faith has stood him in good stead. From the obscurity and wilderness of Akola and subsequently Buldhana district in the interior of Maharashtra, where he was first posted in the early 80s, he has risen steadily and at times, spectacularly, in the hierarchy. After the first week in the hot seat, Maria was asked how it felt. Rubbing his eyes, the man who has spent the last 33 years wearing khaki, said softly, “It has been the longest week in my life as a cop.” Outside his office, there were nearly 200 visitors waiting to see him. They had complaints – from underworld threats to land encroachments and even complaints of domestic violence. Inside the office, the huge symbol of the Mumbai police loomed over his chair as a backdrop. It has often overshadowed the incumbent. But Maria seems to be able to carry its weight, its symbolism and the responsibility it bestows, gamely, if not with ease. “Of course the underworld exists in the city and no one can finish it completely,” he says bluntly, as we wait for the usual “top cop” dismissal of one of the city’s most dire realities. “It can only be controlled. Like your fingernails which you must trim from time to time. The gangsters wait for the right time or an opportunity to rise again from the depths. My instructions to the crime branch and the police stations of the city are to get behind them constantly, without let up”. It is an assertion that could only have come from Maria, among the few IPS officers in the state entrusted with what the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Research & Analysis Wing (RAW) call “deniable” operations. These are particularly difficult operations and tasks planned to curb terrorist and underworld activities. His bluntness is striking. According to him, the duties of the police are specifically defined – they exist to provide security to society. “My job is to see that you reach home safely everyday, for which a cop has to do everything that is needed.” Women, children and senior citizens come first and he has plenty of ideas on how to achieve their safety. All he needs is a bit of time. His confidence is reassuring, and not even a question on whether the image of the police has been irredeemably compromised fazes him. “We need quality not quantity, and officer-oriented policing. If street crime is effectively tackled, then perceptions change. If street crime is not taken seriously then the public carries the impression that the police are not able to tackle routine crimes, leave apart the big crimes taking place in the city. “If street crimes are successfully tackled, then the perception of the
He always chooses his men, be it crime branch or ATS, giving them carte blanche: “Do what you want but get rid of the hardened criminals and their activities,” for which he doesn’t send a message in ‘sotto-voce’ to the mafia boss through an officer.
police in the minds of people is improved and thus the image is improved. Subsequently, faith is built up, which enables people to approach cops for information and the moment information starts coming, crimes can be controlled and my goals will be achieved,” explains Maria. He makes it sound easy! And what about criminals who are influential, who have political patronage or are themselves politicians? “The law is clearly defined. Irrespective of criminals being influential, I believe they can be brought to ground by hitting them and
their activities with sledgehammer force.” An officer of the 1981 batch, Maria has served the city in different departments of police, and always he has left his mark, either through change or through exemplary results. His first posting in the city was in 1986 as a Zonal DCP, after which he was posted as DCP (Traffic) in 1993. It was here that he showed his calibre by arresting most of the bomb blast accused involved in the March 12, 1993 serial blasts. His popularity soared and then there was no looking back. Immediately he was appointed as DCP (Detection) were he enjoyed the kind of popularity among his men, known for their rough-andready outlook, that was to be his hallmark in the later years. As Addl. CP (North-West Region), not many know that more than 80 encounters out of the 384 that took place in one year in the late nineties, did so under his watch, thus eliminating hardened gangsters from his region in seperate encounters. As Addl. CP (Crime), Maria earned so much respect that reverence for him almost bordered on worship. He cracked the 2003 Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar twin blasts case, arresting six persons, including a couple, for planting the explosive devices inside taxis. After this, he was transferred to the office of the Directorate General of Maharashtra as Spl. IG (Training), considered an obscure posting. When he popped up again, it was as Mumbai’s crime branch chief. For Maria, the next three years were a trial by fire. He was successful in breaking a well-entrenched politico-criminal nexus, neutralized the organized crime syndicates of Chhota Shakeel
and Chhota Rajan, broke the most dreaded terrorist module of Indian Mujahideen (IM), which was responsible for several blasts all over India, and probed the 26/11 case. In his last posting before becoming the city police head, he served as state ATS chief, where his officers probed several blasts cases in state and city, including the Pune German Bakery and Mumbai 13/7 serial blasts. Also, he was instrumental in arresting Afzal Usmani on October 27, 2013, an operative of IM gang, who had escaped from a city court a month earlier. His strategy is to reach out to people, make them more vigilant, aware and clear about terrorist threats and other crimes, so that the police can work together in countering antisocial elements and their activities. The reason for this is that the police cannot be omnipresent and they need this co-operation from the public. Born and brought up in Bandra, this Saturday he will be felicitated by residents as a “Bandra boy”. “I have grown up in Bandra playing basket ball wearing chappals. Naturally, people from that area have
more expectations than the entire city,” says Maria. Admitting that the crime rate in the western area, especially Zone 9, is among the highest in the city, he observes, “Crimes like housebreaking,, motor vehicle thefts and chain snatchings are high. For this we are studying the pattern of the crime committed in this area, from where the criminals come in and go. We will deal with it in the coming days.” Maria attributes his success to ‘his chosen few’ without whom he could not have achieved anything in the city and state as a whole. A good judge of people, once he makes his choice, he lets them get on with the job, giving them carte blanche with the provision that this must result in “getting rid of hardened criminals and their activities.” For him, there is no speaking softly through an officer. “I believe in cracking the whip on the underworld, using a crackdown. To eliminate organized syndicates, I first attack the economic pipeline of the gangster, which paralyzes their activities and then eliminate them,” said Maria. He makes it clear that he has no patience for the Cadillac Communists who preach from the safety of their homes at Nepean Sea Road and Cuffe Parade and argue for the rehabilitation of criminals. email@example.com
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CHANGE OF NAME
I have changed my name from Sugeet Kumar Nagindas Vispute to Sugeet Nagindas Vispute as per Affidavit dated 03/03/2014. C-38055 I have changed my name from Rajeshkumar Mahendra Shah to Rajesh Mahendra Shah as per Affidavit dated 21/02/2014. C-38056 I have changed my name from Ghazala Khan Asad Ahmad to Ghazala Syed as per Affidavit dated 21/02/2014. C-38057 I have changed my name from Ghazala Asad Ahmad Khan to Ghazala Syed as per Affidavit dated 21/02/2014. C-38058 I have changed my name from Maheshbhai Babubhai Jogani to Mahesh Kumar Babubhai Jogani as per Affidavit dated 21/02/2014. C-38059 I have changed my name from Kirtikumar Parmar to Kirtibhai Parmar as per Affidavit dated 21/02/2014. C-38060
I have changed my name from Shweta Kumari Agrawal to Shweta Dokania as per Affidavit dated 26/02/2014. C-38061 I have changed my name from Aradhna Pandey to Aradhana Tiwari as per Affidavit dated 26/02/2014. C-38062 I have changed my name from Vandana Dhanappa Naik to Sadhana Ravindra Kore as per Affidavit dated 10/02/2014. C-38063 I have changed my name from Altamash Mukhtar Shaikh to Kaij Mukhtar Qureshi as per Affidavit No: 779320. C-38064 I have changed my name from Bindubahen Rameshbhai Patel, to ‘Bela Ketan Patel’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U-67282) Dated: 13/02/2014. C-38065 I, Venkatesh Narayanan have changed my Son’s name from Kavin Venkatesh, to ‘Geethan Venkatesh’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 68522) Dated: 20/02/2014. C-38066 I have changed my name from Nareshkumar Dhoolchand Jain, to ‘Naresh Dhoolchand Jain’ as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38067 I have changed my name from Denzil Anthony Norbert Francis Vaz, to ‘Denzil Anthony Peter Vaz’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 49336) Dated: 28/11/2013. C-38068 I have changed my name from Mr. Vasim Ibrahim Shaikh, to ‘Mr. Wasim Ibrahim Shaikh’ as per Affidavit Dated: 04/03/2014. C-38069 I have changed my name from Mr. Mustaq Mohmad Khan, to ‘Mr. Mustaqim Manjur Khan’ as per Affidavit Dated: 04/03/2014. C-38070 I have changed my name from Rizwan Ibrar Khan, to ‘Rizwan Abrar Khan’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (X- 52996) Dated: 21/11/2013. C-38071 I have changed my name from Mansoori Mohammed Aslam Ebrahim, to ‘Mansuri Mohammed Aslam Ebrahim’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38072 I have changed my name from Nafisa Mohammed Aslam, to ‘Mansuri Nafeesa Mohammed Aslam’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38073 I have changed my name from Mohammed Aslam Ibrahim, to ‘Mansuri Mohammed Aslam Ibrahim’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38074 I have changed my name from Mansoori Nafeesa Mohammed Aslam, to ‘Mansuri Nafeesa Mohammed Aslam’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38075
I, Mansuri Mohammed Aslam Ibrahim have changed my Son’s name from Mansuri Danish Aslam, to ‘Mansuri Danish Mohammed Aslam’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38076 I, Mansuri Mohammed Aslam Ibrahim have changed my Daughter’s name from Mansuri Nashra Aslam, to ‘Mansuri Nashra Mohammed Aslam’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38077 I have changed my name from Khan Zubair Abdul Rehman, to ‘Shaikh Zubair Abdul Rehman’ as per Affidavit Dated: 26/02/2014. C-38078 I have changed my name from Shaha Rizwan Ahmed Mohin Ahmed, to ‘Shah Rizwan Ahmed Moin Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/02/2014. C-38079 I have changed my name from Shaha Mohin Ahmed, to ‘Shah Moin Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/02/2014. C-38080 I have changed my name from Turani Ebrahim Umer, to ‘Turani Ibrahim Umer’ as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38081 I have changed my name from Patel Zaida Javed, to ‘Patel Zaheda Javed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38082 I have changed my name from Shaikh Khurshid Ahmed Mohammed Yaqoob, to ‘Tamboli Khurshid Ahmed Mohammed Yaqoob’ as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38083 I have changed my name from Shaikh Shagofta Khurshid Ahmed, to ‘Tamboli Shagufta Khurshid Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38084 I have changed my name from Khedekar Shyamsundar Ramesh, to ‘Khedekar Shyam Ramesh as per Affidavit Dated: 03/03/2014. C-38085 I have changed my name from Girwani Mohan Hosur to Vani Shrikant Kulkarni as per Maha. Gazette No (U-68617). C-38086 I have changed my name from Sunitakumari Pretapji Joshi to Mrs. Sunita Dharamchand Joshi as per Affidavit dated 04.03.2014. C-38087 I have changed my name from Avani Rajeshkumar Shah to Mrs. Avani Mohit Shah as per Affidavit dated 04.03.2014. C-38088 I have changed my name from Siraj Ahmad Imtiyazaali Mohd Sk to Siraj Ali Imtiyaz Ali Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38089 I have changed my name from Imtiyazaali Mohd Sk to Imtiyaz Mehmood Ali Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38090
MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014 I have changed my name from Hasina Imtiyazaali Sk to Haseena Imtiyaz Ali Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38091 I have changed my name from Subhash Ramavtar to Subhash Ramavtar Prasad as per Affidavit. C-38092 I have changed my name from Karan to Karan Jhanwer as per deed poll Affidavit. C-38093 I have changed my name from Noor Hasan Israili to Noor Hasan Musharaf as per deed poll Affidavit. C-38094 I have changed my name from Kauser Jaha Mohd Ahamad Baig to Kauser Mohammed Ahmed Baig as per deed poll Affidavit. C-38095 I have changed my name from Basid Barkat Fakir to Basit Barkat Fakir as per deed poll Affidavit Dtd. 05/03/2014. C-38096 I have changed my name from “Vinod Raval ” to “Vinodbhai Raval ” as per Affidavit dated 03rd March, 2014. C-38097 I have changed my name from “Geeta Raval ” to “Geetaben Raval ” as per Affidavit dated 03rd March, 2014. C-38098 I have changed my name from “Pankaj Kumar Radhaballabh Sharma” to “Pankaj Radhaballabh Sharma ” as per Affidavit dated 03rd March, 2014. C-38099
I have changed my name from “Jagdish Chandappa Ail” to “ Jagadeesha Chandappa Ail ” as per Affidavit dated 13th February’ 2014. C-38107
I Purvi Rakesh Desai have changed my name to Pooja Rakesh Desai as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38122
I Mr. Rajesh Jayantilal Prajapati have changed my name to Mr. Rajesh Jayantibhai Prajapati as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 28/02/14. C-38108
I Harprit Dhanjal have changed my name to Harpriet Flora as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38123
I Mr. Ayyub Ismail Ahmed Sayyed have changed my name to Mr. Ayyub Ismail Sayyed as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38109 I Shravankumar Sunilkumar Pawar have changed my name to Shravan Sunilkumar Pawar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38110 I Mrs. Jyotsanaben Bharatkumar Desai have changed my name to Mrs. Jyotsana Bharat Desai as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/02/14. C-38111 I Mr. Sharad Bharatkumar Desai have changed my name to Mr. Darshan Bharat Desai as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/02/14. C-38112 I Mr. Bharatkumar Dhirabhai Desai have changed my name to Mr. Bharat Dhirabhai Desai as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/02/14. C-38113 I Roji Alex Fernandes have changed my name to Rosy Alex Fernandes as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38114
I Vidya Vasudeo Apte have changed my name to Mrs. Anuja Ashok Modak as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 22/01/14. C-38124 I Kina Jitendra Sheth have changed my name to Keena Jitendra Sheth as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38125 I Mr. Jitubhai Harakchand Sheth have changed my name to Mr. Jitendra Harakchand Sheth as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38126 I Anita Jitendra Sheth have changed my name to Indumati Jitendra Sheth as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38127 I Mr. Rashminbhai Navinlal Jain have changed my name to Mr. Rashmin Navinchandra Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38128 I Mr. Chauhan Vitthalji Varsangi have changed my name to Mr. Vithalbhai Varsangbhai Thakor as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38129
I have changed my name from “Govindidevi Radhaballabh Sharma” to “Govindi Radhaballabh Sharma” as per Affidavit dated 03rd March, 2014. C-38100
I Mohammed Samir Abdul Hamid have changed my name to Mohammed Sameer Abdul Hamid Bagwan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38115
I have changed my name from “Gandhi Gopi Chandrakant” to “Gandhii Kkunal Chandrakant” as per Affidavit dated 03rd March, 2014. C-38101
I Mr. Mahesh Kumar Dyaneshwar Jadhav have changed my name to Mr. Mahesh Dyaneshwar Jadhav as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38116
I have changed my name from “Rohit Rajendra Pande” to “Rohit Rajendra Pandey” as per Affidavit dated 04th March, 2014. C-38102
I Viranchi Jitendra Brahmabhatt have changed my name to Mr. Viranchi Jitendra Brahmbhatt as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 03/03/14. C-38117
I have changed my name from “Rajendra Pande” to “Rajendra Pandey” as per Affidavit dated 04th March, 2014. C-38103
I Malashree Mahadevan have changed my name to Malasree Mahadevan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38118
I have changed my name from “Vandana Rajendra Pande ” to “Vandana Rajendra Pandey” as per Affidavit dated 04th March, 2014. C-38104
I Chimanlal Mohanlal Soni have changed my name to Chimanbhai Mohanlal Dhakan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38119
I have changed my name from “Annapurna Ganesh Duduka ” to “Anuradha Ganesh Duduka” as per Affidavit dated 01st March, 2014. C-38105
I Bhavana Chimanlal Soni have changed my name to Bhavana Chimanbhai Dhakan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38120
I Dilipkumar Mangaldas Shah have changed my name to Dilip Mangaldas Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38135
I have changed my name from “Saurabh Jagadeesh Ail” to “Saurabh Jagadeesha Ail” as per Affidavit dated 13th February’ 2014. C-38106
I Mr. Ashish Suresh Bhansali have changed my minor son’s name from Rishi Ashish Bhansali to Rushi Ashish Bhansali as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated : 03/03/13. C-38121
I Gunvanti Haribhai Senghani have changed my name to Gunavantiben Haribhai Patel as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38136
I Chirag Pradip Vadera have changed my name to Chirag Pradeep Thakkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38130 I Pooja Pradip Vadera have changed my name to Neeta Nathalal Thakkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38131 I Rakeshkumar Nagji Dedhia have changed my name to Rakesh Nagji Dedhia as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38132 I Harshadrai Nandlal Virani have changed my name to Harshad Nandlal Virani as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38133 I Rupa Kalpesh Shah have changed my name to Rupal Kalpesh Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38134
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06 CHANGE OF NAME I Shurti Shreenath Katkar have changed my name to Shruti Shrinath Katkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38137 I Shreenath Shrirang Katkar have changed my name to Shrinath Shrirang Katkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38138 I Bhavanaben Sanjay Shah have changed my name to Bhavna Sanjay Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38139 I Suresh Savaliya have changed my name to Sureshkumar Savaliya as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38140 We Sureshkumar Savaliya & Geeta Savaliya have changed our minor son’s name from Dhruvkumar Savaliya to Dhruv Savaliya as per Deedpoll Affidavit C-38141 I Ajay Vijay More have changed my name to Aajey Vijay More as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-38142 I Riyasat Ali Aashiqe Ali have changed my name to Riyasat Ali Aashiqe Ali Ansari as per Deedpoll Affidavit Dated: 04/03/14. C-38143 I Sunanda Barku Gaikwad have changed my name to Prasanna Prabhakar Satve as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38144 I Bonthu Peddiraju have changed my name to Raju Veranna Bonthu as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38145 I Anjum Shahin have changed my name to Anjum Wasim Siddiqui as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38146 I Narayanlal Udaram Chaudhary @ Narayanlal Chaudhary have changed my name to Narayanlal Choudhary as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38147 I Sachpara Kantaben Kanjibhai & Kantaben Kanjibhai have changed my name to Sachapara Kantaben Kanjibhai as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38148 I Sachpara Mayurkumar Kanjibhai & Mayur Kanjibhai have changed my name to Sachapara Mayur Kanjibhai as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38149 I Sachpara Kanjibhai & Kanjibhai have changed my name to Sachapara Kanjibhai as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38150 I Zareena Mohammed Hussain Zariwala have changed my name to Zarina Mohd. Hussain Zariwala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38151 I Mohammed Hussain Zariwala have changed my name to Mohd. Hussain Zariwala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38152
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CLASSIFIEDS I Savita Narayan Jadhav have changed my name to Neha Narayan Jadhav as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38153 I Brecilla Morline D’souza have changed my name to Brecilla D’souza as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38154 I Mehulkumar Natvarlal Yadav have changed my name to Mehul Natvarlal Yadav as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38155 I Sakinabai Abbasbhai Gotiyawala have changed my name to Sakina Abbas Gotiyawala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38156 I Abbasbhai Gotiyawala have changed my name to Abbas Gotiyawala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38157 I Damayanti Pravin Parekh @ Damyanti Kumari Jawantrajji have changed my name to Damyanti Pravin Parekh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-38158 I have changed my name from Bhartiben to Bharti Mistry as per Affidavit. C-38159 I have changed my name from Ganesh Marappan Devender to Ganesan Marappan Devender as per Affidavit. C-38160 I have changed my name from Yashavant Shivram Shinde to Yashwant Shivram Shinde as per Affidavit. C-38161 I have changed my name from Ms. Kishori Arvind Borawake to Mrs. Gitanjali Yashwant Shinde as per Affidavit. C-18162 I have changed my name from Mrs. Kishori Yashwant Shinde to Mrs. Gitanjali Yashwant Shinde as per Affidavit. C-38163 I have changed my name from Mrs. Kishori Yashwant Shinde to Mrs. Geetanjali Yashwant Shinde as per Affidavit. C-38164 I have changed my name from Mohd Salim Shaikh to Salim Abu Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38165
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I have changed my name from Mohmmed Firoz Shaikh to Firoz Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38171 I have changed my name from Meenaz Shabbir Shaikh to Meenaz Mohammed Umar Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38172 I have changed my name from Balakrishnan Padmakumar to Padmakumar Balakrishnan Nair as per Affidavit. C-38173 I have changed my name from Mohammed Rihan Shaikh to Mohammed Rehan Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38174 I have changed my name from Ekta Dilip Chhabria to Komal Satish Bhatia as per Affidavit. C-38175 I have changed my name from Ekveera Sudhir Dhoke to Priyanka Pramod Naik as per Affidavit. C-38176 I have changed my name from Niyati Kiran Desai to Niyathii Kiran Desai as per Affidavit. C-38177 I have changed my name from Savibai Hari Dubariya to Savita Haresh Patel as per Affidavit. C-38178 I have changed my name from Savitaben Ramji Vaviya to Savita Haresh Patel as per Affidavit. C-38179 I have changed my name from Hari Ananda Dubariya to Haresh Ananda Patel as per Affidavit. C-38180 I have changed my name from Haresh Ananda Dubariya to Haresh Ananda Patel as per Affidavit. C-38181 I have changed my name from Prabhavati Gangadhar Velankar to Usha Keshav Bhide as per Affidavit. C-38182 I have changed my name from Latifa Banu Nasiruddin to Latifabano Mohammed Javed Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38183
I have change my name form Shital Tejas Patel to Sheetal Tejash Patel as per Affidavit. C-38166
I have changed my name from Mohammed Ashif Qureshi to Asif Maqbool Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38184
I have change my name form Tejas Rasik Patel to Tejash Rasik Patel as per Affidavit. C-38167
I have changed my name from Mohammed Sharif Qureshi to Sharif Maqbool Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38185
I have changed my name from Haffiz Mohammad Ismail Mohammad Kallu Qureshi to Mohammed Ismail Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38168
I have changed my name from Parveen Bano Abdul Latif Thim to Parveen Asif Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38186
I have changed my name from Mairunnisa Mohmuddin Shaikh to Meharunissa Mohmuddin Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38189 I have changed my name from Mohammad Muddeen Shaikh to Mohmuddin Isahak Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38190 I have changed my name from Jafar Shareef Mohammad Muddeen Shaikh to Jafar Sharif Mohmuddin Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38191 I have changed my name from Javida Mohammed Sharif Qureshi to Haseena Sharif Qureshi as per Affidavit. C-38192 I have changed my name from Akhtar Mohammad Nadeer Mohd to Mohammad Nadeer Mohammad Akhtar Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38193 I have changed my name from Sampat Umedmal Gandhi to Sampatlal Umedmal Gandhi as per Affidavit. C-38194 I have changed my name from Melita Jerald Lasrado to Malita Jerald Lasrado. as per Affidavit C-38195 I have changed my name from Mohammad Faiz Ahmed Ansari to Faiz Ahmed Ansari as per Affidavit. C-38196 I have change my name from Muhammad Ummad Khan to Mohd Umar Hausildar Khan as per Affidivit. C-38197 I have change my name from Zanabbi Furqan Ansari to Zainab Furqan Ansari as per Affidavit. C-38198
I have changed my name from Pallavi Pramod Mhatre to Shreya Sandeep Patil as per Affidavit. C-38206
I have changed my name from Ignatius Austin Colan Gonsalves to Ignatius Colan Gonsalves as per Affidavit. C-38224
I have changed my name from Bhavesh Kumar to Bhavesh Umaidmal Nahar as per Affidavit. C-38207
I have changed my name from Yusufali Fakhruddin Kurawala to Yusuf Fakhruddin Kurawala as per Affidavit. C-38225
I have changed my name from Umaidmal to Umaidmal Nahar as per Affidavit. C-38208 I have changed my name from Yogita Shreyansh Gala to Yogita Vilas Mungekar as per Affidavit. C-38209 I have changed name from Manjanaath Krishna Shetty to Manjunath Krishna Kulkarni as per Affidavit. C-38210 I have changed my name from Rabia Ishratali to Rabiya Azim Sathwilkar as per Affidavit. C-38211 I have changed my name from Anita Niwas Satre to Babita Niwas Satre as per Affidavit. C-38212 I have changed my name from Hareshkumar Pravinchandra Sanghvi to Haresh Pravinchandra Sanghvi as per Affidavit. C-38213 I have changed my name from Ashok Kumar Ramniklal Shah to Ashok Ramniklal Shah as per Affidavit. C-38214 I have changed my name from Mariya Pravin Raborde to Marya Pravin Raiborde as per affidavit. C-38215 I have changed my name from Md Murshid Khan to Murshid Khan as per Affidavit. C-38216
I have change my name from Mohammad Furqan Mohammad Yasin to Ansari Mohammad Furqan Mohammad Yasin as per Affidavit. C-38199
I have changed my name from Yeshwant Bhikaji Mane to Yashwant Bhikaji Mane as per Affidavit. C-38217
I have change my name from Zainabbi Mohammed Yaseen to Ansari Zainab Mohammad Furqan as per Affidavit. C-38200
I have changed my name from Suhel Jainuddin Naje to Suhel Jainul Abedin Naje as per Affidavit. C-38218
I have change my name from Sameerah Habib to Sameera Mohamed Farooque Chogle as per Affidavit. C-38201
I have changed my name from Mohammed Irshad Shamiur Rehman to Mohammed Irshad Alam Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38219
I have change my name from Bebal Hashmat Banu Abdul Latif To Kaskar Hashmat Amin as per Affidavit. C-38202
I have changed my name from K. Ponnammal to Sitalakshmi Gopal as per Affidavit. C-38220
I have changed my name from Deepak Patel/Barwadia to Deepak Kumar Barvadiya as per Affidavit. C-38203
I have changed my name from Surajbali Srinath Vishwakarma to Suryabali Shreenath Vishwakarma as per Affidavit. C-38221
I have changed my name from Farida Abdul Kader Shaikh to Farida Abdul Haq Kathawala as per Affidavit. C-38169
I have changed my name from Mohamed Nivedh Ansari to Mohammed Naved Ansari as per Gazette No. X-21209. C-38187
We have changed our minor child name from Meet Deepak Patel to Meet Deepak Kumar Barvadiya as per Affidavit. C-38204
I have changed my name from Abdul Haque Kathawala to Abdul Haq Kathawala as per Affidavit. C-18170
I have changed my name from Nanzmin Shahul Hamid Shaikh to Nazmin Shahul Hamid Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38188
We have changed our minor child name from R.S. Tejal Abbirami to Tejal Abbirami Raviraj as per Affidavit. C-38205
I have changed my name from Pushpawati Surajbali Vishwakarma to Prabhavati Suryabali Vishwakarma as per Affidavit. C-38222 I have changed my name from Manishaben Jaysukhbhai Chitroda to Manisha Jaysukhbhai Chitroda as per Affidavit. C-38223
I have changed my name from Indra Thapa to Nisha Thapa as per Affidavit. C-38226 I have changed my name from Dipakkumar Babria to Deepak Babaria as per Affidavit. C-38227 I have changed my name from Amitkumar Dipakkumar Babria to Amit Deepak Babaria as per Affidavit. C-38228 I, Mohamed Aleem Mohamed Ajim Khan have changed my name to Mohamed Aleem Mohamed Azim Khan Vide Govt. Gazette No. (U-65807) . C-38229 I have changed my name from Shaikh Naved Mohd Agaz to Shaikh Mohammed Naved Mohammed Ejaz as per Affidavit Dated: 04/03/2014. C-38230 I have changed my name from Balwant Ramji Patel to Balwantrai Ramji Patel as per deed poll Affidavit. C-38231 I have changed my name from Mr. Shaukat Ali Mohamad Ali to Mr. Shaukat Ali Mohamad Ali Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38232 I have changed my name from Maheshkumar Joshi to Mahesh Joshi as per Affidavit. C-38233 I have changed my name from Kinjalben Joshi to Kinjal Joshi as per Affidavit. C-38234 I have changed my name from Vijay to Vijay Naidu as per Affidavit. C-38235 I have changed my name from Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Abdul Aziz to Mr. Ashfaque Ahmed Abdul Aziz Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38236 I have changed my name from Mr. Michel Raj M. Eradayraj to Mr. Michael Eruthayaraj Nadar as per Affidavit. C-38237 I have changed my name from Akhtar Kaccha to Akhtar Sopariwala as per Affidavit. C-38238 I have changed my name from Afsar Alias Abdul Kadir Kaccha to Abdul Kadir Sopariwala as per Affidavit. C-38239 I have changed my name from Darshana Devi to Darshana Sharma as per Affidavit. C-38240 I have changed my name from Mr. M. Eradayraj to Mr. Eruthayaraj Nadar as per Affidavit. C-38241
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Maria shows he is serious about curbing street crimes
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MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014
CP calls up senior PI at Vakola police station to enquire about a chain snatching case
By Zuber Ansari
in the police control room, Maria huimself rang up the ithin 20 days of his senior police inspector of appointment as Vakola police station and Mumbai police com- asked him to submit a report missioner, Rakesh Maria has about the case, on Tuesday cracked the murder case of afternoon itself. software engineer Easter Talking to the ADC, Deputy Anuhaya. However, Maria is Commissioner of Police, not only giving priority to Zone VIII Namdev Chavan high profile cases but also said: ”The chain snatchers other cases like chain snatch- are taking advantage of the ing. Western Express highway but In an incident which hap- we are doing our best to curb pened in Vakola, the chain such incidents in our jurissnathcers targeted a woman diction; we have adopted sevand decamped with her gold eral strategies and I have chain worth over Rs 40,000. asked my colleagues to follow After the incident was flashed them up regularly.
CP Rakesh Maria
We have intensified patroling in our jurisdiction at various spots like markets, bus stops and schools, but the robbers are also smart; they target their victims in lonely lanes (gullies), Chavan said. While on Tuesday, the Kherwadi police has registered two chain snatching cases which took place at around 1700 hours, one after the other, the police suspect both thefts were executed by the same person. When we tried to contact Mumbai Police spokesperson Dr. Mahesh Patil over the issue, there was no response.
SSC student commits suicide By Suresh Golani
n a shocking incident, a 15-year-old student who had appeared for her SSC examinations, committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling of her house in Satpati village near Palghar on Tuesday afternoon.Samiksha Jitendra Meher – a student of Yamuna Yashwant Nijap High
School in Shirgaon – had appeared for her Marathi language paper on Monday and was preparing for the next language paper scheduled on Wednesday. Her elder sister alerted neighbours after Samiksha failed to respond to constant knocks to her study room situated in the upper floor of their single-storey house. Sensing something amiss,
neighbours broke open the door, only to find Samiksha hanging from the ceiling by her dupatta. She was rushed to a nearby hospital but was declared dead on arrival. While no suicide note has been recovered, the body has been sent for a postmortem, police said. Samikksha’s father works with a private company in Boisar and her mother is a
homemaker. “Although the exact motive behind the extreme step taken by the student is yet to be ascertained, prima facie, it appears that exam related pressure took a toll on the girl. However we are probing all angles,” confirmed the API in-charge of Satpatti coastal police station, Harshvardhan Barwe. Further investigations are on.
After drought, hailstorm ravages Beed By Prashant Hamine
fter last year's drought, the hailstorm last night that lasted for more than two hours has ravaged the Beed district. Some of the worst affected talukas include: Dharur, Wadavani, Parli, Ambejogai and Kaij. Hail stones, the size of tennis balls, fell incessantly for more than two hours yesterday, leaving crops and cattle devastated. A similar hailstrom was also reported in Latur, Parbhani, Nanded, Osmanabad, Aurangabad, Hingoli and parts of Solapur district as well. Leader of opposition in legislative assembly, Eknath Khadse, has demanded that the government set aside all norms and immediately announce a cash compensation of Rs. 5 lakh to the affected families, and conduct an immediate panchanama of the affected villages, cattle and people. The talukas of Ambejogai and Parli bore the maximum brunt of the hailstorm. Speaking to the ADC yesterday on the phone from Ghatnandur, a local villager, Nilkanth Deshmukh said,
House-breaking gang busted Jeweller, kingpin of the gang, indulged in thefts in Mumbai and invested the loot in social work, and built a hospital in his native village By Zuber Ansari
he Vile Parle cops have arrested a gang that confessed to the crime of having indulged in 43 house breaking thefts. The gang is master-minded by a jeweller, Sravanankumar Nadar, from Tamil Nadu along with one Krishnakumar Nadar and a driver, Jitu Tiwari, of Mumbai. When cops investigated the matter, they found that the first accused is a well-known and respected individual in Kanyakumari. In fact, he is also building a hospital. In January, the three accused broke open a software enginneer's house in Vile Parle and decamped with gold and cash worth over Rs.65 lakh. The cops swung into action and collected the data related to the concerned mobile phones and thus traced a Karnataka number used at the time of the crime to Sravankumar in Tamil Nadu. A police officer said, "We then did an inquiry about him with the locals and were shocked to find him to be a known and a rich personality. We caught him and he then took us to the other two accused". The two accused had rented a place each at Ghatkopar and Dharavi. Cops have recovered around Rs.40 lakh of cash and jewellery from the three since their arrested. The three have been taken to Tamil Nadu for further recovery. The three willbe in police custody till March 7.
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e-TENDER NOTICE A view of a road in Ghatnandur near Ambejogai in Beed district which was the most affected. “The hailstorm in the wee hours of the morning took everyone by surprise. Tin roofs of houses have been blown away by gale force winds, leaving cattle dead. One woman from Wadavani village is reported to have been struck by lighting. Water has entered the Vaijanath sugar mill at nearby Pangri, damaging sugar stock and machinery. The hailstorm and winds have uprooted electricity poles and the en-
tire communication network has collapsed. The district administration has swung into action, but the distraught population is seeking urgent help for food and water”. Speaking to newspersons here, Khadse stated that the state government is yet to disburse the compensation announced for the last year's drought. He added that the government needs to waive off the agricultural loans of
the farmers, educational fees of students, and conduct panchanamas of the dead cattle as soon as possible. He added that even if the poll code is announced by the Election Commission of India, it still can announce relief for the affected families. BJP deputy leader of opposition in Lok Sabha, Gopinath Munde – who represents Beed constituency – and other party legislators, are touring the district.
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CHANGE OF NAME
I have changed my name from Mr. Emran Salauddin Sayyed to Mr. Emran Salauddin Sayyad as per Affidavit. C-38242 I have changed my name from Mr. Ghulam Abdul Qadir to Mr. Ghulam Abdul Qadir Idrisi as per Affidavit. C-38243 I have changed my name from Mr.Balamurugan Bappan Chetty to Mr. Murugan Bappan Shetty as per Affidavit. C-38244 I have changed my name from Mr.Mohammed Rafique Mohammed Gudu Sab to Mr. Mohammed Rafik Mohammed Gudu Sab Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38245 I have changed my name from Digamber Laxman Taware to Digambar Laxman Taware as per Affidavit. C-38246 I have changed my name from Archana Ashok Punjabi to Nikita Mahesh Chandiramani as per Affidavit. C-38247 I have changed my name from Fariya Bhavnaben Ramniklal to Bhavana Shailesh Nandu as per Affidavit. C-38248 I have changed my name from Juned Jamalbhai Dyatar to Juned Jamal Dayatar as per Affidavit. C-38249 I have changed my name from Jamalbhai Adam Dayatar to Jamal Adam Dayatar as per Affidavit. C-38250 I have changed my name from Ms.Naheed Preveen Mohammad Nasir Shekh to Mrs. Nahid Parveen Mohammed Shahid Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 04/03/2014 C-38251
CLASSIFIEDS I have changed my name from Usman Syed to Usman Hashmi Syed as per Affidavit. C-38260 I have changed my name from Jyothi Nandkumar Nair to Jyothi Nair as per Affidavit. C-38261 I have changed my name from Rojibai Philaya Carval to Rosy Anthony Lopes as per Affidavit. C-38262 I have changed my name from Wilson Marceline Pereira to Vincent Marceline Pereira as per Affidavit. C-38263 I have changed my name from Shatrughan Sukal Mandal to Satrughan Sukal Mandal as per Affidavit. C-38264 I have changed my name from Ayshabee Abdul Hamid Khan to Ayesha Sabrej Memom as per Affidavit. C-38265 I have changed my name from Lakhjani Shankerial Kishinchand to Lakhyani Shanker Kishin Chand as per Affidavit. C-38266 I have changed my name from Muddaliar Ravi Venkatesh to Mudailar Ravi Venkatesh as per Affidavit. C-38267 I have changed my name from Mohammad Jainuddin Shikaldar to Mohammad Jainuddin Shikalgar as per Affidavit. C-38268 I have changed my name from Chandwani Jivat Ganshamdas to Chandwani Jiwatram Ganshamdas as per Affidavit. C-38269 I have changed my name from Chandwani Jiwat to Chandwani Jiwatram as per Affidavit. C-38270
I have changed my name from Mr. Mohamedghudu Bade Sheikh to Mr.Mohammedghudu Bade Shaikh as per Affidavit dated:04/03/2014. C-38252
I have changed my name from Kapildas Sahu to Kapilash Khetracharan Sahu as per Affidavit. C-38271
I have changed my name from Gobind Lal Vishvakarma to Gobind Lal Singh as per Affidavit. C-38253
I have changed my name from Sunil Ramesh Kumar Khandhedia to Sunil Ramesh Khandhedia as per Affidavit. C-38272
I have changed my name from Thakur Nivedita to Tanisha Amol Gawade as per Affidavit. C-38254
I have changed my name from Ramesh Kumar Haridas Khandhedia to Ramesh Haridas Khandhedia as per Affidavit. C-38273
I have changed my name from Sharfuniji to Sharfunisha Banu Jainudeen as per Affidavit. C-38255 I have changed my name from Vijayabahen Babubhai Mudras to Vijaya Shashikant Parab as per Affidavit. C-38256 I have changed my name from Shirin Saiyad to Fizan Hasmi Syed as per Affidavit. C-38257 I have changed my name from Fizan Syed to Fizan Hashmi Syed as per Affidavit. C-38258 I have changed my name from Usman Saiyad to Usman Hashmi Syed as per Affidavit. C-38259
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I have changed my name from Mr Nanakdeo Udasi to Mr Nanak Deo as per Affidavit. C-38274 I have changed my name from Mrs Chitradevi Nanakdeo Udasi to Mrs Chitra Deo as per Affidavit. C-38275 I have changed my name from Rayes Ahmad Abdul Rehman to Rais Ahmad Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38276 I have changed my name from Mohammad Fahimuddin Naimuddin to Mohammad Fahimuddin Naimuddin Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38277
I have changed my name from Jason Pavan (Jason Joseph Pavan ) to Jason Joseph as per Affidavit. C-38278 I have changed my name from Mr. Mohammed Amir Abdul Razzak Shaikh to Mr. Aamir Abdul Razzaque Khatik as per Affidavit. C-38279 I have changed my name from Mr. Abdul Razzak Shaikh to Mr. Abdul Razzaque Khatik as per Affidavit. C-38280 I have changed my name from Mrs. Irfana Abdul Razzak Shaikh to Mrs. Irfana Abdul Razzaque Khatik as per Affidavit. C-38281 I have changed my name from Mohd Ameer Razzak to Mr. Aamir Abdul Razzaque Khatik as per Affidavit. C-38282 I have changed my name from Mr. Habib Ahmed Abdul Qadir to Mr. Habib Ahmed Abdul Kadar Memon as per Affidavit. C-38283 I have changed my name from Mr. Abdul Qadir to Mr. Abdul Kadar Memon as per Affidavit. C-38284 I have changed my name from Kaialshnath Ram Yagya Yadav to Kailash Ram Yagya Yadav as per Affidavit. C-38285 I have changed my name from Hero Ganeshlal Bathija to Hiru Ganeshlal Bathija as per Affidavit. C-38286 We Mr Jeevankumar Heeranand Nanjani and Mrs. Hiramani Jeevankumar Nanjani have change our minor daughter name from Diksha Jeevankumar Lassi to Diksha Jeevankumar Nanjani as per Affidavit. C-38287 We Mr. Jeevankumar Heeranand Nanjani and Mrs.Hiramani Jeevankumar Nanjani have change our minor son name from Hareshkumar Jeevankumar Lassi to Hareshkumar Jeevankumar Nanjani as per Affidavit. C-38288 I have changed my name from James Godwin Lobo to Godwin John Lobo as per Affidavit. C-38289 I have changed my name from Charfare Mehtab Abdullah to Berekar Mehtab Mahammad Altaf as per Affidavit. C-38290 I have changed my name from Sanjaykumar Babanrao Antre to Sanjay Babanrao Antre as per Affidavit. C-38291 I have changed my name from Saira Umer Khan to Saira Bi Umer Khan as per Affidavit. C-38292 I have changed my name from Vasim Ali Akbarali Mansuri to Wasim Akbar Ali Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-38293 I have changed my name from Sayeed Kazi to Saeed Kazi as per Affidavit. C-38294 I have changed my name from Muaaz Mohammed Ali Waghu to Maaz Mohammed Ali Waghu as per Affidavit. C-38295
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8 charged with abduction of teenager acquitted by court By A Staff Reporter
ight persons, who were tried in connection with alleged abduction of a 17-year-old college boy from Navi Mumbai in 2010, have been acquitted by a court in Thane. Thane Additional Sessions Judge A.S. Waghwase found the accused not guilty after prosecution failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the purported crime was committed by them. They were set free on Monday on benefit of doubt. The accused were tried under sections 364(A), 387, 504 and 506 of the IPC. According to prosecutor Buleshwar Hinge, student Ashish Kanojia left his house in Nerul on August 7, 2010 for his college and never returned home. His parents searched for him and later filed a missing complaint with police. A day after, his father Ramtilak, a material supplier, received a call from the accused demanding Rs 1 crore ransom for his son's release. He thereafter received repeated calls from the accused for the ransom, which was finally settled at Rs 7 lakh.
MU engineers another blunder! Continued from pg 1 « fall in the ATKT category are perturbed, since they would have to reappear for the failed subjects along with the next semester's exams, and may stand to lose a year as there will not be enough time to study for both exams together. As per the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994, the university has to declare the results within 45 days of the completion of the exams. On the other hand, as per varsity rules, if a student fails in a subject, he will have to appear for the ATKT exam which is conducted along with the next semester's exams. The seventh semester results were declared only yesterday, after 75 days. A student, on condition of anonymity said: “It has been over two and a half months and though MU has just declared our Semester VII results, it has released the
exam dates for the next semester to be held in May. This is a big burden for those among us who will fall in the ATKT category as such students will have to prepare for both exams in a short span of time.” Speaking to the ADC, Pradeep Sawant, MU senate member said: “ Due to this sloppy attitude of the varsity, the students may lose a year. MU has taken almost double the time required to declare the results, but is still dragging its feet. The Vice Chancellor should seriously look into this issue rather than letting students suffer.” Last year, the MU had introduced online assessment process for the engineering stream. The answer-sheets will be scanned and corrections will be carried out online. MU had stated that this process would make the assessment process quick for declaring the results in time, but in vain.
Police can’t charge accused with rape Continued from pg 1 « intention was just to rob Anuhya and flee from the spot, why didn't he take away the gold ring that she was wearing. Another reason is that when Anuhya's body was discovered, she was semi-naked and her clothes were removed and kept near her body. Further, the police fathom that the accused's intention was just to rob Anuhya and flee from the spot, why didn't he take away the gold ring that she was wearing. Another reason is that when
Anuhya's body was discovered, she was semi-naked and her clothes were removed and kept near her body. Meanwhile, Nandkishor Shahu, the friend of the main accused, Chandrabhan Sanap, who was also arrested in the case, will become the witness, said the police. Anuhya's bag, which Sanap had robbed from her, was recovered and was identified by her office colleague in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), said police. Interrogations of the accused are still on.
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lice, a missing complaint was lodged on January 8. Esther went Continued from pg 1 « missing on January 5. For three days the police did Investigation Department nothing,” Abha argued. (CID) into the gross inaction The court then sought to by police officers who failed know the mechanism to act on the missing com- adopted by the police while plaint filed by the family of handling such cases. "If a pertechie Esther Anuhya. son approaches the police According to the petition, saying his or her woman relawhen Esther's uncle had ap- tive is missing, what does the proached the MIDC police police do? Shouldn't they first and Kurla railway police on note down the complaint inJanuary 5 to report that his stead of worrying about niece was missing, police of- whether the case falls under ficials there turned him away their jurisdiction? Instead without taking down his of asking the already troucomplaint. bled relative to run from one “Only after Esther's father police station to another, approached the Vijayawada shouldn't the police take police in Andhra Pradesh down the complaint and inand the police there sent a timate the concerned police letter to the Kurla railway po- station?" asked Justice Patil.
Dates for 2014 Lok Sabha polls to be announced today Continued from pg 1 « be announced by Chief Election Commissioner V Sampath. Sources in the EC disclosed that the elections are most likely to be held in five phases this time around as was the case in 2009. Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra were then held in three phases and is likely to be held in the same manner this year as well, as the EC has taken into account school and college exams, festivals and more importantly deployment and movement of paramilitary forces in sensitive constituencies.
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Sena's Neelam Gorhe, Rahul Narvekar file nomination papers for MLC polls
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By Prashant Hamine
itting Shiv Sena MLC Dr. Neelam Gorhe and Rahul Narvekar filed their nomination papers for the March 20 legislative council polls. According to the affidavit filed by Gorhe, she has declared total moveable and immovable assets worth Rs.1.29 crore. Narvekar has declared his total assets worth Rs.3 crore. Barring the
Rahul Narvekar two, no other nomination papers were filed yesterday. Both the Congress and the BJP are yet to announce names of their candidates. The NCP has fielded Hemant Takle, Kiran Pawaskar (both sitting MLCs) and Anand Thakur. As per the affidavit filed by Gorhe she has declared that she has not availed of any loans, but has admitted to having two cases pending against her in the courts, in her affidavit. On the other hand, Narvekar has in his affidavit declared his total assets worth Rs.3 crore, while the loans availed by him amount to Rs.1.34 crore. Last date for filing of nomination papers is March 10. The electoral college for this election comprises of the 289 MLAs from the legislative assembly.
Sons rise on the political firmament: Rahul, Chirag, Tejaswi and Stalin
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Ponder awhile… “Life's tragedy is that we get old to soon and wise too late.” – Benjamin Franklin
An unavoidable tragedy T
HE happenings in the Defence department are now being discussed as never before. They are all about sensitive issues which need not come to the notice of the public. It is desirable that there is utmost secrecy in the department. For instance, Pakistan now knows that one of our submarines had defective batteries and a tragedy has occurred. It now knows that the Defence department does not bother much about keeping the submarines in top condition. There can be absolutely no excuse for the occurrence of the tragedy in INS Sindhuratna. According to reports, there was thick smoke and fire and two officers were killed and some others injured. This tragedy could have been easily avoided. Three letters were written by the Navy – one after the other – about the need for replacing wornout batteries. There was no response from the Defence department. The battery is being manufactured in India and hence the difficulty about obtaining it does not arise. The question arises why the defence ministry did not replace the batteries immediately. What is to be noted is that since the last 12 years, not a single submarine has been added to the navy. We have old submarines – over 20 years old and it seems we have decided to have no more submarines. Pakistan is reported to have 20 submarines. Was not the Navy aware of the danger the crew is exposed to – thanks to unfit engine parts? They knew and they did act but got no response from the ministry. A citizen of India joins the defence forces, knowing that he has a chance to serve the country. He is aware of the risks involved. He considers it an honour to die for the country. His family bears the loss in case he dies – with the knowledge he has died for the country. What have the two naval officers died for? A defective battery has killed them. They have died because of the negligence of those in charge of defence of the country.
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HIS is the year of the dynasty. The 2014 Lok Sabha polls will mark the launch of sons and heirs in parties across the political spectrum. That it was going to be Rahul Gandhi’s election was known in 2009 itself when the Gandhi scion was projected as the third face of the Congress trimurti. But five years later, Rahul has competition as ageing leaders of other family run parties prepare to hand over the leadership baton to their sons. Make no mistake, Junior’s voice is being heard by Papa. And it has thrown politics into turmoil. Old equations are making way for new ones as a younger, aggressive generation pushes for quick gains with pragmatic thinking. No more fuddy-duddy ideas, they seem to be admonishing their parents. It started with Ram Vilas Paswan’s son Chirag emerging as the chief interlocutor with the BJP on behalf of Papa’s LJP. Chirag did the negotiations, first with BJP leader Shahnawaaz Hussain and then with party president Rajnath Singh. He also did the television appearances and the press briefings, proving to be an articulate spokesperson for his party. But most importantly, Chirag prevailed on his 68 year old father that it was time to end the cold war with the BJP and ride the Modi wave to political relevance. A similar story is unfolding in the TRS which recently decided against a merger with the Congress although chief K. Chandrasekhara Rao had given his word to Sonia Gandhi. It seems KCR’s son and heir K.T. Rama Rao had a big hand in the decision. He was among those pushing the line that TRS should maintain an independent identity for better bargaining power after elections when everyone, including Narendra Modi, will be hunting for allies to form the next government. Father was hesitant because of the promise he had made to Sonia. But Junior insisted and got his way. Then there is Lalu Yadav’s son, Tejaswi, who is set to become more visible as Papa battles his conviction in the fodder scam case. He’s too young to contest in the upcoming election but if the political buzz is to be believed,
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his was one of the voices Lalu listened to when he refused to compromise with Ram Vilas Paswan on the seat sharing arrangement. Although it sent Paswan into the BJP’s arms, Junior was more concerned about the long term. He wanted to send a strong message to Chirag for the future, that his RJD will call the shots in Bihar, not the LJP. In the south, DMK chief M Karunanidhi’s son M. Stalin is the new force to reckon within his party. And he’s indicated that he’s ready to boogie with Narendra Modi. With Jayalalithaa
with every possible gizmo to be in 24 x 7 contact with the boss, wherever he may be. The executive has taken four month’s leave from his job to help Modi out. But what seems to be upsetting the Delhi lot is that the man is completely apolitical and knows nothing about the BJP. He may be a management whiz but he’s certainly not a politician. Yet, he is more important that even BJP president Rajnath Singh who often receives messages from Gandhinagar through him. Like Rahul, Modi too seems to prefer to bypass the party and depend on his whiz kid aides from the corporate world.
Eye on UP, Cong woos Maya
I POWER TALK Arati R. Jerath cold shouldering old friend Narendra Modi in favour of the Left, the BJP seems to be warming up to the DMK. The move has Stalin’s blessings and he even got his father to issue a statement about Modi being a “friend’’. It could well be a bargaining ploy with the Congress but the son’s fingerprints are clearly visible in the DMK’s manoeuvres.
Modi's emissary rattles BJP
he BJP’s headquarters in Delhi are in turmoil after a certain corporate executive appeared in the office recently. The executive is a vice president of a leading Gujarat-based firm and was sent by Narendra Modi to handle the Delhi end of the Lok Sabha campaign. All Modi’s instructions to headquarters are routed through the executive who is equipped
s a game-changer move in the offing in UP? The Congress is making a desperate bid to seal a pre-poll alliance with BSP’s Mayawati. If it comes through, it could change the entire scenario in UP. A Congress-BSP pact is the one thing the BJP fears the most because it would bring Dalits and Muslims together to win anything between 40 and 60 seats of UP’s 80 seats. Mayawati is of course a tough negotiator. She is demanding a national alliance across the six states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand and of course, UP. The Congress is not quite sure how much to concede to Mayawati because experience has shown that she has always gained at the expense of the national parties. First the BJP gave her a huge push by making her UP chief minister three times. Now a national alliance with the Congress could see the BSP gobbling up the party’s Dalit base in other states and help Mayawati realise her ambition of becoming a national leader. Interestingly, this time, the talks between Mayawati and the Congress are not being conducted through the usual suspects. Her right hand man in Parliament Satish Mishra and Sonia Gandhi’s key aide Ahmed Patel are not in the loop. Instead, low profile interlocutors who are not known to the general public are doing the talking.
Live simply, share time with those in need D
O not accumulate wealth while millions are hungry. Do not take as the aim of your life fame, profit, wealth, or sensual pleasure. Live simply and share time, energy, and material resources with those who are in need. Wealth (at this time) is a driver of society. And the accumulation of wealth empowers the accumulator. Money then becomes an extension of their intention. Better to empower an idea that serves the greater good through the accumulation and investment of wealth in the right areas than not. Providing necessities to the millions of unfortunate is only possibly through the deliberate and intelligent organisation of material resources. The best known ‘motivator’ for the deliberate and intelligent organisation of materials resources is money. That may change in the future, but it is what it is for now. The key here is that you must KNOW yourself before the accumulation of wealth. Otherwise you can fool yourself into believing you have good intentions until you acquire wealth and then squander it on sensual/ ego pleasure. This caution was expressed best by Lord Acton in a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton in 1887: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.” According to Lord Acton some great men were NOT bad men – those not corrupted by power deserve careful study. What you may
find is that the truly ‘great’ are first masters of themselves. They develop this self mastery through great self study/ awareness and adjustment. POLITICS: Do not use the Buddhist community for personal gain or profit, or transform your community into a political party. A religious community, however, should take a clear stand against oppression and injustice and should strive to change the situation without engaging in partisan conflicts. Politics is an amoral tool, it can be used for good or evil. It should not be seen as some-
ture suffering that may be caused. To preserve the happiness of others, respect the rights and commitments of others. Be fully aware of the responsibility of bringing new lives into the world. Meditate on the world into which you are bringing new beings. A clarification is needed: “Sexual expression should not take place without love and a long term commitment.” If only it were that simple. Love is not always distinguishable from lust. Lust can create the illusion of ‘we’ll be together forever’. In some religions or cultures where sex is only appropriate when married – people make a long term commitment to satisfy their lust. This is not done consciously, they don’t say to themselves: “I’m thing to avoid, but rather something to care- going to get married so I can satisfy my lust.” fully guide. If you transform an educated Instead they say something like, “I feel this incommunity into a force for good in the world credible chemistry with this person, I feel so – why not do it? A great deal of good can be amazing when I’m with them – I want to take accomplished through leveraging political our relationship to the next level. I could see power. A democratic government in its us together forever.” Only to regret their deciessence is made up ‘of the people, by the peo- sion later. They might stay together because ple, for the people’; it is a community with a they made the commitment when in fact they shared aim. Therefore the political ambitions would be better off separated. Irresponsible sexual relations are unsafe, of a community if alignment with the majority of the people can serve a great purpose, deceptive, manipulative and not only cause such as the fair and efficient distribution of pain to the participants but perhaps more imresources FOR ALL, whether that be on a portantly may bring life into the world that is not guaranteed a ‘long term commitment’ by small or large scale. SEX: Sexual expression should not take its parents – which is something nature preplace without love and a long term commit- supposes (Have sex, rear children long term). — Thich Nhat Hanh ment. In sexual relationships, be aware of fu-
MATTER & SPIRIT
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Maria gets Esther case solved 'ESTHER'S murderer nabbed' (ADC, Mar 4) is something about which the new police commissioner, Rakesh Maria, can be justifiably proud. He has had an immaculate record in the Crime Branch and surely knows how to go about the difficult job of crime detection and so it was no wonder that he chose one of his former colleagues in the branch, ACP Praful Bhosale, to investigate the case. And true to their reputation, the officers, who formed nine teams that scoured the whole state, have nabbed the alleged murderer.
Afridi took the game away
During investigations, they have questioned some 2,500-odd people and took the help of the CCTV footage that were available at the Kurla terminus. The lesson from this unfortunate tragedy is that parents should be more careful in sending their young daughters alone by trains that reach their destinations at odd hours. Esther could have been asked to wait in EXCELLENT DETECTION: the waiting room until daybreak. Commissioner of Police Rakesh Maria and An escort is always necessary in his team have done a commendable job these days of rampant crime on by cracking the arduous Esther Anuhya women. — Dr. V. Subramanyan, Thane murder case.
ferocious propaganda and each party is trying to prove it is 'holier BOOM boom Shahid Afridi truly than thou', and more efficient and batted like a 'Pathan' as his whirlbetter than the other. It is indeed wind cameo literally knocked India very surprising and rather comical out of the Asia Cup when at one to know that Congress party has time it looked we were in the drialso joined the election wagon now ver's seat. A few blows of clean hitwhich is not necessary as Congress ting over the rope was all that was has ruled the country for two needed from Afridi's blade after a tenures (10 years) and it had ample brilliant innings from Mohammad of time and opportunity to prove its worth, efficiency, honesty, sincerity and ample of time to deliver, which they have failed on all accounts and fields. Their rule or rather misrule had given to high rise of corruption, — Anandambal Subbu, Nerul scandals, inflation which Indian electorate are quite intelligent, ma tured and wise to understand. TInALL along Team India was playing dian voters will not tolerate them or for the home gallery by hitting 16 be taken for granted. — S.P. Sharma, Mumbai sixes in an innings on a feather bed of a wicket to create records. After crossing the border the tables are turned and we are at the receiving end. Rohit Sharma, a Mumbai prod- Maharashtra State is not getting the uct, thought to be a replacement for lion's share of the benefit of the inretired Sachin Tendulkar is all at sea terim budget despite being a Conagainst the new ball and perish in gress ruled state. Even coming early overs or struggle to score some general elections did not have any runs. His partner Dhawan did not impact as we are at the receiving live up to the expectations and fish end. The commercial capital is just out, outside the off stump in Gamb- struggling and the traders are not hir style. Virat Kohli's performance happy with the interim budget as in against Sri Lanka Team withstand- the past. The Interim Budget, 2014GAME CHANGER: Shahid Afridi is an ing now play for individual records 15 presented by Finance minister P. old warhorse who has the habit of grabbing rather than for team's cause. Ra- Chidambaram comes with many the game from opponents at the end hane a slow starter again making surprises as the government goes to moment. He did it with India too in the mess of the middle order and not pols this year. It has failed to enlast ODI. good for big knocks to save the side thuse restaurateurs, because no call from disaster. The top order dies, was taken on the service tax levied Hafeez to spoil India's fortune in has several weaknesses and not upon eateries across the country. the ongoing tournament. good for chasing a score. As a result, The tax is applicable to all states at Indian bowlers lack the depth the team chokes when chasing. In the rate of 12.36 per cent of 40 per and the killer instinct in the death all it is a poor show displayed again cent of the bill, i.e. 4.94 per cent of overs and we end up winning most and again on foreign soil and exit is the bill. Overall it was disappointing games from a position of strength on the cards. interim budget. — C.K. Subramaniam, Sanpada — Jayanthy S. Maniam, Sion while defending a total. Also, rookie captain Virat Kohli too erred by bowling a spinner in the last over though it is easy to point mistakes in hindsight but our bowling is weak THE Congress seems to be in a AS per a report appearing in a fiand there would be an agreement hurry to once again prove right the nancial newspaper, a couple of reremarks made by the apex court cent public issues of tax-free bonds by all on this score. Pakistan truly played like a cham- that the CBI is a “caged parrot”. The have failed to generate the expected pion and games against India moti- moment the “secular” party got the response, with some of them having vate their boys. They truly are the wind of Ram Vilas Paswan cozying been under-subscribed. Though the dark horse and would be a force to up to the BJP, the CBI sleuths were coupon rate offered on these bonds reckon with in the next World Cup! let loose against him, this time is very attractive, the frequency of — S.N. Kabra, Goregaon armed with an old case concerning the interest payment, which is anan alleged recruitment scandal. nual for all the issues, seems to have This appears to be some kept many a prospective investor CRICKET is a team game and the sort of a warning to the LETTER OF away. If in future, the institutions stakes are very high. Playing in a LJP president that unless THE DAY coming in the market with such isplanned way can bring glory for he falls in line with the sues, offer to pay half-yearly intereven an ordinary side. Afghanistan UPA-RJD alliance in Bihar, he risks est, then I am sure, there will be no did it in style against a better placed being repeatedly hounded by the difficulty in collecting the intended Bangladesh side. Pakistan did well investigating agency. amount decided upon by the issu— Arun Malankar, Santacruz ing company. without playing matches at home — Jorhat Singh, Kandivali and playing in other countries in the name of home series to get much needed exposure. Sri Lanka AS reported, elections are around maintain their one day rankings the corner and all the political parwith emphatic wins. Whereas Team ties seem to have awakened from FOR quite some time, the State India with so called hyped batting deep slumber and are indulging in Bank Of India (SBI), especially the lineup is not clicking most of the time. Bowling is a problem for a long time and batting is susceptible to any condition. Fielding is just of league standard but still we praise Kohli is great, etc. etc. but all of them fall in a heap in a crucial tie. Afridi had left the 'Men in Blue' in a state of numbness. Team India should play as a team and bit and pieces players will not help to achieve the task of winning. A single over can change the game. In all we made mess of Asia Cup and that marks the end of yet another futile attempt to resurrect lost prestige.
Interim budget disappoints
Cong targets Paswan now
suburban branches in Kanjurmarg, mid town in Matunga and others, have seen an exponential rise in the number of account holders with respect to the small size of these branches which has caused severe space crunch and thereby hugely frustrating inconvenience to the customers. I have personally witnessed that many account holders have to return in view of critical shortage of floor space. The bank's authorities should have foreseen it much earlier and thereby expanded the areas in order to obviate such a situation being faced by customers. I am not sure whether any planning has been made by SBI to look into this enormous problem and thereafter take corrective action at the earliest to avoid a situation which would be out of control soon.
with me in my own backyard'! — Lakshman Sundar, Vashi
Gaps at railway platforms
A media report talks about minimising the gap of train and platform at Kandivli and at other railway stations. It says that the gap on Platform No.4 at Kandivli will be minimised soon. I want to ask Western Railway authorities if they are aware that only 14 trains halt at the said Platform No.4. They cant use their brain to fill the gap on Platform Nos.2 and 3, which is needed urgently, where approximately 300 trains halt according to the WR time-table. This shows how foolish are the decisions they take. It seems there is no one to take the right decision. But it seems our brainless — Bikram Banerjea, Mumbai WR is waiting for some more commuters to meet with accidents by falling between the gaps. I hope WR now takes the right decision to fill THE ongoing Crimean crisis is trig- the gap urgently at Kandivli station gered and sponsored by the vested on Platform Nos.2 and 3. — Perin Akolawala, Mumbai western interests. If Britan can go all the way from North Atlantic to South Atlantic to safeguard the people of Falkland Islands, China can claim the whole of South and East This refers to the article carried China Seas to protect its interests, in the ADC on December 10, US can send troops to any part of 2013, titled '3 Arrested In Late the world with impunity and France Night Brawl'. In it we stated that can deploy its forces in Africa what there had been a brawl at The Piis wrong in Russia mobilizing its casso restaurant on Linking troops to protect its own interests? Road, Goregaon West, in which The Russian fleet has been operatthe owner of the establishment ing in Crimea since 18th century. So, was injured. It has been clarified why make a fuss now? The majority to us that the said incident ocof people (over 58 per cent) in the curred at a neighbouring estabCrimean pennisula are Russian. lishment and not at The Picasso. They are historically, culturally and We apologise unreservedly for linguistically attached to Russia the error and categorically reiterover a long period. Kiev cannot uniate that at no stage was the relaterally change the staus quo port meant to defame anyone, or overnight and treat them (Russians carried with the intention of in Crimea) as outcasts or outlaws. I causing any damage to reputacongratulate Putin on standing up tion or the image of The Picasso to the western bullies. It is time for or its owner. Russia to retake Crimea. By doing — The Editor so, it will send a clear message to the west: 'Never ever think of playing
Putin's move justified
1st 'Satyamev Jayate 2' show was inspiring
Strengthening tax-free bonds
Space crunch at SBI
RIDICULOUS: The first installment of Aamir Khan's popular show was an eyeopener, exposing the way the judicial system is mocked by criminals who roam about freely even after committing the worst crimes against women. THE first episode of 'Satyamev Jayate 2' on the issue of rape in the country presented by Bollywood actor Aamir Khan was magnificent and excellent and brought tears to the eyes of viewers while listening to the story of the unfortunate victim who is till date crying for justice in the court which has already taken many years with the accused moving freely and not bothered about the law, making a mockery of the judicial system. The episode exposed the working of the police and the investigation agencies who have made a mess of the case for the
benefit of the accused. I strongly feel that rape is a dangerous diseases which is increasing at an alarming rate across the country and which has made the life of the women a hell where the culprit goes scot-free and the victims suffer for life without justice. I am sure that after seeing this episode the people of the country will be united and fight against the rapists and make sure that the accused get the death sentence which would be a lesson for others who take women for granted and commit serious crimes on them. — Bhagwan Thadani, Mumbai
RTI: Crimes by women increase by 11 per cent
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MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014 Pics: Azad Shrivastav | ADC
Thirty-eight photographers who contributed to the photo exhibition titled 'Eka Vadlanchi Kahani' on the life of the late Balasaheb Thackeray, featuring over 75 photographs in various moods, pose with Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray and son Aditya at the Ravindra Natya Mandir on Monday. The exhibits stretch from 1970 to 2012. The three-day exhibition, organised by the Bombay News Photographers Association, concludes today.
7 to 8 Mumbai women get arrested every day
By Philip Varghese
2,599 women accused were arrested in 2011. In 2012, it he number of women decreased by 61, and the arrested for crime in the number of accused women city has increased by 11 arrested stood at 2,538. It inper cent from 2012 to 2013, creased in 2013 and reached according to details gleaned 2,797. The Mumbai Police from the Mumbai Police in a have information about this Right to Information (RTI) only till November 30, 2013,” plea by RTI activist Anil Gal- Galgali said. gali. Shockingly, the informaHe further added, “The tion given in the Mumbai Mumbai Police also replied to police records indicate that my query and said that the seven to eight women on an data of the total number of average are arrested everyday under-trial accused women from the city for various in jail custody and whose crimes. hearings are pending is not This comes after Galgali available as per their records. had petitioned the Mumbai Looking at the ever rising police, seeking details about graph of crimes against how many women are in jail women, the state governor in police custody, the age ment and Mumbai Police of the women, the status of should establish a separate under-trials and the types of cell. Both the government crime. and the police have failed to Bhagwan Chatte, Asst. increase awareness among Commissioner of Police women against crimes. An(ACP), Mumbai Crime other important factor for in,Branch replied to an RTI creasing crime within women query stating that they do not is abuse in the form of dohave such type of informa- mestic violence and physical tion on record, and asked exploitation. This also proGalgali to collect it from vari- vokes and pushes women to ous police stations across the crime. Hence, it is the duty of city. the government to put spe“They only gave me the cial emphasis on preventing total number of women ar- crime amongst women and rested by the Mumbai Police towards women.” email@example.com in various crimes, in which
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Notice is hereby given that the above Society has applied to this office for declaration of Deemed Conveyance of the following properties. The next hearing is kept on 26/03/2014 at 12.00 p.m. Lalitkumar Chunilal Gandhi, Hasmukh Vanmalidas Mehta, Shanta Laxmichandra Vardhan, Sanwarchand B. Vardhan, Praful A. Mehta, Lalit Chunilal Ghandhi, Legal Heirs of Late Lalitkumar Chunilal Gandhi Rajni Lalit Gandhi, Darshan Lalit Gandhi, Tarak Lalit Gandhi and those who have interest in the said property may submit their say at the time of hearing at the venue mentioned below. Failure to submit any say it shall be presumed that nobody has any objection and further action will be taken. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY: Nitie Gate, Vihar Lake Road, Powai, Andheri (E),Mumbai-87. Plot No. C.T.S. No. 24, 24/1, Survey No. Area Sq. Mtr. 24/2,24/3, 24/4, 25 16 5624.5
Notice is hereby given that the above Society has applied to this office for declaration of Deemed Conveyance of the following properties. The next hearing is kept on 18/03/2014 at 12.00 p.m. Acme Enterprises Raghunath Ramchandra Patil and those who have interest in the said property may submit their say at the time of hearing at the venue mentioned below. Failure to submit any say it shall be presumed that nobody has any objection and further action will be taken. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY: Nilam Nagar Phase 1, Gavanpada, Mulund (E),Mumbai. Plot No. C.T.S. No. Survey No. Area Sq. Mtr. 453/1 2282.4
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
(Vilas Gawade) Competent Authority & District Dy. Registrar, Co-op. Societies (2) East Suburban Navi Mumbai
(Vilas Gawade) Competent Authority & District Dy. Registrar, Co-op. Societies (2) East Suburban Navi Mumbai
(Vilas Gawade) Competent Authority & District Dy. Registrar, Co-op. Societies (2) East Suburban Navi Mumbai
GHATKOPAR NEELKANTH VILLA CO-OP HSG SOC LTD.
HIGHWAY ASHA KIRAN CO-OP HSG SOC LTD.
MULUND HANSA VILLA CO-OP HSG SOC LTD.
Ghatkopar (East) Dist Mumbai
Mulund (West) Dist Mumbai
Ghatkopar (East) Dist Mumbai
DEEMED CONVEYANCE PUBLIC NOTICE
DEEMED CONVEYANCE PUBLIC NOTICE
DEEMED CONVEYANCE PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the above Society has applied to this office for declaration of Deemed Conveyance of the following properties. The next hearing is kept on 25/03/2014 at 12.00 p.m. Gordhandas Shivchandrai Garodia Trust and those who have interest in the said property may submit their say at the time of hearing at the venue mentioned below. Failure to submit any say it shall be presumed that nobody has any objection and further action will be taken. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY: Garodia Nagar, Ghatkopar (East), Mumbai-400077. Plot No. C.T.S. No. Survey No. Area Sq. Mtr. 132 195/159 — 619.70
Notice is hereby given that the above Society has applied to this office for declaration of Deemed Conveyance of the following properties. The next hearing is kept on 18/03/2014 at 12.00 p.m. Shamji Devshi, Punshi Devshi, Meghji Devshi, Vijaya Co-op Hsg. Soc. Ltd. and those who have interest in the said property may submit their say at the time of hearing at the venue mentioned below. Failure to submit any say it shall be presumed that nobody has any objection and further action will be taken. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY: Walji Ladha Road, Mulund (West), Mumbai-400080. Plot No. C.T.S. No. Survey No. Area Sq. Mtr. 171A and B 1386 1000 1588
Notice is hereby given that the above Society has applied to this office for declaration of Deemed Conveyance of the following properties. The next hearing is kept on 25/03/2014 at 12.00 p.m. M/s Tanna Patel and Associates and those who have interest in the said property may submit their say at the time of hearing at the venue mentioned below. Failure to submit any say it shall be presumed that nobody has any objection ansd further action will be taken. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY: Garodia Nagar, Ghatkopar (East), Mumbai-400077. Plot No. C.T.S. No. Survey No. Area Sq. Mtr. 175 and 176 195/165, 195/170 — 1049
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
Place: Kokan Bhavan, Room No. 201, C.B.D. Belapur Navi Mumbai Date: 04/03/2014
Tackling Exam stress
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As students face their final exams, there are a lot of things that come into focus more prominently than during the course of the entire academic year. Last minute preparations can be daunting and keeping yourself calm in the face of the storm is essential. Here’s a list of simple DOs and DON'Ts from experts that will help ease the pressure and stress and help students improve their productivity and performance during the exams, says Sharada Iyer See pg 14 «
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WHAT SHOULD I STUDY AFTER MY SYJC
I'm presently in FYJC (Commerce). I want to do an MBA but am confused as to what to take up after my SYJC. What should I do to increase my chances of pursuing an MBA? - Seemin Shaikh After SYJC opt for the degree route and increase your knowledge by reading newspapers and business magazines, participating in extra-curricular activities in college, going beyond text-books for gaining additional insights, taking care of your health, looking out for part-time assignments or projects, honing your communication and presentation skills and so on. Invest the under-graduate years for an overall development in your personality as well as concepts and knowledge. I am a standard XI student. I want to pursue my career in animation. I have taken sociology, history, economics, political science, English and Hindi as my subjects. I am also learning Japanese. So after standard XII, should I do BMM or should I go for a diploma course in animation directly? - Divyani Tembe
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students, right before the exams. While these technological appliances tudents need to understand that the of social connectivity need to be restrictlast few days before the start of the ed, Prof. Asha Gala says that interactions exams are not about cramming with friends and peers through meetings more and more information about sub- or telephonic calls need to be allowed. jects, but rather about relaxing and revis- But she also cautions that while these ing the already studied and memorised interactions do provide much-needed concepts. Last-minute scrambling does- distraction for students, it is important n’t really help students but rather adds to for students to maintain the perspective the stress which could affect their per- that they need to avoid talking about formance during exams, despite having otherwise studied all round the year. According to counsellor Nishtha Tiwari, last-minute scrambling to studying additional portion leads to unwanted dispersion of concentration instead of one-minded focus. “Instead of last minute cramming, students need to be self-confident about the efforts put in till now and await the exams with a positive attitude without any self-doubts,” she emphasises. But considering that self-doubts do invariably creep in no matter how confident the students try to infuse, Tiwari exams or studies which would add to adds that familial support is a significant their stress. These aspects, despite their significontributor to lessening the stress burden on the students. “Parents,” she says, cance, however, only elaborate on the “Need to make their children feel com- things that students need to focus on fortable by allowing them to not keep other than their studies during the last constantly thinking about studies and remaining days before the exams. In exam portions. This will help students to terms of revisions before the exams, it is not feel the pressure that they are always better for students to have a checklist to summarise the highlighting required to do beyond what they can.” In the contexts of familial support, points of the topics that they have covTiwari is also quick to add that while par- ered in each subject. This would help ents need to support their children them to maintain focus on their key areas before the exams, allowing them to use of subject-wise strengths. Maintaining a popular social media tools like time-table to study and revise each subWhatsapp, Facebook need to be ject is just as important but in case stuabsolutely curtailed as these once again dents don’t feel like studying a particularbecome stress-enhancing tools for the ly assigned subject or topic as per the
“Dietary habits play an important role in students’ pre-exam routines. Students need to make sure that they eat sensible food i.e. food that is in its natural form like fruits, nuts and sprouts. They need to have balanced and normal foods, i.e. foods cooked at home and need to drink lots of water. Sugar laden foods and liquids and junk food need to be avoided at all costs as these foods are a major contributing factor for students gaining weight during exam time. Alongside proper dietary intake, students also need to exercise. Cycling yoga and breathing exercises help a lot as they help to increase focus and concentration of students.” Shobha Rajgopal, Lifestyle Counsellor and Nutritionist
time-table, it’s perfectly fine to study something else that they want to cover at that time. While studying and revising, it’s very essential that students take breaks and do activities that would not only calm them but also reinvigorate them mentally. Physical activities like walks and cycling and even casual light reading of magazines and books are very helpful for students to divert them from constant revising. At the same time students also need to realise that having good and sound sleep is a substantial contributor to their exam preparation and they need to have at least six to seven hours of sleep so that they can rejuvenate their minds and bodies amply.
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The BMM course doe not include Animation as a subject. Animation stream is independent of your Bachelor’s qualification. You can opt for both while completing your Graduation [any stream of your choice] and you can also study animation through private computer institutes.
I have done BHMS. But apart from practice, I want to pursue a career in different fields. Apart from MBA-Hospital admin or public health, is there any other career option which I can go ahead with? - Rahul Sane Other than practice and the course that you have mentioned above, you can opt for courses related to Law, Content Writing, Teaching, Medical Journalism, Bio-informatics, Medical Lab Technology, Bio Analysis, related Research and Development and so on. If you have any queries for this column, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to study Marine Biology in the US. How can I go about it? - Hina Most degrees in Marine Biology are earned at the Masters level or higher and usually require a Bachelor's degree in Biology, Zoology or another life science. Many schools now also offer Bachelor degrees in Marine Biology, but to be a ‘true’ Marine Biologist be sure to follow through and complete your Master's or Doctorate (PhD) degree. In colleges such as Stanford University and University of Miami, you can major in Marine Biology at the undergraduate level. Undergraduates in this major will develop an understanding of the biology of marine organisms and the biological and physical processes that affect these organisms, their populations, and their coastal and oceanic ecosystems. The major requires a foundation in the natural sciences, a rigorous core of marine biology courses and a unifying laboratory/field course that engages students more directly in the discovery process and in analyzing and interpreting data. A major in marine biology is an appropriate start for students who are seeking a career or graduate studies in marine biology and related biological disciplines, a career in fields such as marine conservation, or simply interested in the major to broaden their base of knowledge and experience in the biological sciences. What is environmental engineering?
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What work do environmental engineers undertake? Which colleges offer a good programme of environmental engineering in the US? - Kunal Environmental engineers are also called ecological engineers. Environmental engineering combines science and engineering for improving our natural environment,
reducing pollutants and providing better quality of air, water and land which is more suited for human consumption. Environmental engineers use the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems. They are involved in efforts to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control. They also address global issues, such as unsafe drinking water, climate change, and environmental sustainability. Environmental engineers have a broad spectrum of scope of work. Specific areas of work include: • Design and evaluation of erosion control systems • Systems and processes for management and utilization of wastes • Design and management of water control systems • Monitoring of Air quality, air emission measurement and air pollution • Hazardous Waste Management • Designing systems for Municipal and industrial water supplies • Wastewater treatment • Studying environmental impact of proposed construction projects. • Environmental management Some of the leading colleges in the US which offer an Engineering degree in Environmental Sciences are: University of California- Berkeley, University of MichiganAnn Arbour, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University and Stanford University.
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TECHNOLOGY: THE DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD
By Piran Tarapore
hen technology boomed in the 18th century, kickstarted by the industrial revolution, the impact it would have on future generations was predicted. Today, we are completely surrounded by technology which makes our life seem so much easier. By the efforts of the government, technology has reached even the interiors of the nation and has gripped the lives of the rich and poor. Even people who live nowhere in the propinquity of urban areas, have now been encompassed with this ever increasing sphere of technological urbanization. However, this puts forth an impor-
tant question. Is this really a blessing or is there another side to it? Like most things, technology too, is a double edged sword. Just as technology can help a person with his work, allow him to extract useful information in the minimum amount of time, it also provides information to extremists who use it to defeat humanity. But this, I suppose, was expected, if not foreseen. It is up to us to ensure the right use of the means available to us, and also progress exponentially in this sector in the upcoming years. In the words of the former Prime Minister of the nation, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, "Humans and technology are interelated. Ensure that humans overcome technology and we shall reach the pinnacle of success. And if technology overpowers humans, we shall find ourselves in a corner regretting all we did
The Bitter Truth Of Rape
MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014
ill yesterday, Ijust thought that the crime of rape is committed by a rapist, but today, after watching 'Satyamev Jayate' I have realized how wrong I have been. The rapist rapes the victim, but it is our law, justice and medical system that actually keeps those bruises and wounds fresh. The police should be a little Yahya more sensitive Bootwala, when it comes to National a rape case. College Asking victims questions like where they were touched and how it was done, is a hit on the morality of women. Why are FIRs of rape not registered easily, and why are rape victims asked not to file one? The police must understand that it is their duty to ensure that criminals are punished, not victims. Moving on to our medical institutes, medical textbooks apparently have a line stating that a rape victim should be viewed with suspicion. I am actually stunned that future doctors are learning it and will use it in their professions. A standardized method to check rape is being awaited. Thirdly, our legal system is also to be blamed. Lawyers who fight a case against the rape victim, are doing an amazing job! Thanks to them only 3 per cent of the total rape victims get justice, but I am sure, that they will bring it down to 0 per cent. I know this is how they make a living, but they should realise that their living is killing someone. They should stop being
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inhuman and understand that the devil they save today, might just target their wives, sisters or daughters. All those who feel like raping a woman to complete their sexual desires, should remember that they they are not men, but God's mistake. However, there is still one more culprit: US. We make up a society
that doesn’t want to be involved in anything, but yet wants change; one that can see another's pain, but can’t offer help; one that can see a tear, but can’t spread a smile; one that can see wrong, but not demand right. I still wonder why a population of 100 million is unable to stop or prevent the crime of rape, where the culprits are in thousands.
Somaiya celebrates Science Day I
ET-KJSIEIT celebrated Science Day recently at Somaiya college ground. The theme for this event was 'Tech Vs Tech-Health' which promised to bring in a beautiful blend of technology in complementing the cons of existing gadgets/products keeping human health in consideration. This event was held in the presence of Hemant Iyer, Rajesh Bhatt (both from IET Mumbai Local Network), Prof. Borole (from VJTI), Dr. Sunita Patil and Geeta Katkar (both MIET, Mumbai Local network). Approximately 120 students and 20 staff members were present for this event as it was an instructional day in the college. They had a round of street plays from four colleges (two teams with 11 members each from K.K. Wagh, Nashik, one team of Khalsa college and one team of KJSIEIT) with topics related to the theme. There was a filler round in between each street play with tech-quizzes and the winners were given gift vouch-
ers. Following it was a short group discussion wherein students and the audience brought ahead the pros and cons of technology and highlighted the take-aways of each street play. They also had a rich and varied art display showcasting materials that brought out the essence of science day in an innovative way. The materials ranged from demo/working models, paintings, posters, collage, rangoli etc. There was no winner or runnerup concept, so every participant was given certificate and memento. Small snacks and refreshments were also provided to all. The charity box and registration amount collected as a result of this event will be handed over to Smile Foundation. Overall, the event was conducted in the positive spirit of social awareness and the need for implementation of technology towards socially viable products was highlighted.
advanced applications. The phone has a screen size of five inches, a primary camera of 12 megapixels and a secondary camera of two megapixels. Besides, Micromax provides its users with all the basic features like wifi connectivity etc. The phone has an internal memory of 1GB and external memory expandable upto 32 GB. However, the one problem a lot of users have been facing is regarding the external SD card, which gets disconnected very often and is sorted only once you reboot the phone. All in all, at around Rs.14,600, it is a pretty decent deal considering the price is much lesser than what you would end up paying for similar features in other high-end brands.
I give it a year Starring: Rose Byrne
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and Simon Baker. While this movie isn't highly recommended, it is funny in parts and moments. Based on a couple who marry too soon, and then struggle to deal with their marriage and attractions to other people, the film is quite predictable. Watch it only if you're intrigued by the storyline or cast.
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COURSES IN FASHION DESIGN
The B.D. Somani Institute of Art & Fashion Technology has gained a high reputation in the field of fashion design education in a short span of 16 years and is recognised as a premier institute in Fashion. The most sought after programme is the integrated curriculum with a dual qualification leading to a Degree in Fashion Design (KSOU) and an Edexcel BTEC Level-5 HND Diploma in Fashion & Textile (Edexcel Pearson-UK). Another short-term programme offered is the one-year Diploma in Fashion Design/Merchandising/Marketing (KSOU). According to Raju Bhatia, HOD - Fashion Technology, adapting to the BTEC programme has equipped it with a global perspective of professional education. It has actually provided a concrete platform for its students to experience the international format of vocational learning. In fact, the international grading system assists them to get acquainted with overseas education modules. The B.D.Somani Institute of Art & Fashion Technology has achieved a record of over 100 placements each year with the very best in the industry and can boast of more than 10,00 job offers it has secured for its students. B.D. Somani graduates enjoy senior positions in the industry taking home as much as Rs.6-10 lakh per year in salaries. Industry feedback has been appreciative and encouraging and the future looks bright for this premier fashion design educational institution. Admissions to begin from March 3, 2014. Those keen on studying at the Institute may contact: Raju Bhatia on 9820056669 or 022 22188818 ext 733 or 022 22155731 ext 729.
WHISTLING WOODS INTERNATIONAL ENTRANCE EXAM
Whistling Woods International has announced the date for entrance exams to its MBA and Fashion courses starting July 2014. Apart from MBA and Fashion, entrance for specialized professional courses can be secured by appearing for interviews. What: Entrance Exam & Interview When: 15th March, 2014 Where: Whistling Woods International, Film City, Goregaon, Mumbai
to ingest the alpha's and beta's of engineering and at the whisker of the time. At the end of the day your eyes are full of dreams they put you through on day one. People from my departments were dreaming of path-breaking coding techniques, my counterparts had already started dreaming of a bridge across the sea connecting Worli to Bandra. Mumbai is not a place where we have much of raging. The seniors are equally busy as we are. Apparently the local trains are not partial to its commuters while giving the eternal gift of wear and tear and none were interested in bringing
lence ke piche bhago. Success khud baa khud aapke pichey chali aayegi.” I would say I was born with a golden spoon. I had a travel time of 20 minutes to college from my hostel. We used to share a rickshaw and it would be Rs.20 per person. The route of western express highway to the Bandra promenade to Bandra Bandstand was worth a ride everyday. College life was tough and fun as well. Bandra is a place brewing with immense number of eateries and loads mushrooming too. Though the memories attached are more with the college canteen
always be there with his motivational theories, he could even make Canada believe that they could win the next world cup and my favorite Raj ‘Critic’ Kansagra who would kill all the confidence built in me by others. These people are undoubtedly the ones responsible for what I am today. Another person who made my college life special is Tejal Narkar, the only person who believed I could touch the stars even when I would barely walk. She is indeed the most special person I ever met in my college life. Not to mention, the bouquet of benefits she brought along! A doting mother, she
when she heard that. There are many more I could mention here, the proxy sessions with ex-seniors who were portrayed as thugs to us but in reality they would be the ones who could not kill a rat. They are many anecdotes but one specific one would be my first semester result were I faced my life's first failure. This event followed my ‘I wanna be a lawyer phase’. The failure taught me that you should dump all the shit attached to your problems and look them in the face. Another anecdote would be the times I used to spend at my best friend Tejal Narkar's house.
“Education has the innate quality of telling you that you should reason about everything,” says Amit Wali, Assistant Software Engineer in Tata Consultancy Services.
single building of nine floors with all the necessities required for a college to be deemed to be as a college. The college was near the famous Bandstand with serenity of the sea in front and a promenade. My college has a great legacy with a pool of experienced teachers, good labs and probably all the softAmit Wali, Assistant Software ware's required. The first day of college was Engineer in Tata filled with a bit of anxiety and Consultancy joy. I have done my schooling Services from Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It was a difficult day to start with, new culture, new place, new people. The humdrum of the first day of the engineering college makes you forget all the apprehensions listed before as there are sessions after sessions on the first day as professors are not interested in what your name is, what are your hobbies etc. It was straight into studies. All they told us is that - you choose this subject and be with it and be ready
The first edition of Maths Proficiency Test (MPT) 2014 - A National Level Online Test for VI to X standard students to learn Maths in a fun way will kickstart soon. Trendyworks Technologies pvt. Ltd. has announced the call for registrations for the Maths Proficiency Test for students. The test has been designed to give parents and teachers indepth understanding of each student’s strengths and weaknesses, actionable insights into areas of improvement and visible clarity on progress achieved. The key features of this test are instant real-time scoring and ranking, detailed performance reports and suggestions for improvements to parents by emails, SMS alerts on targets and progress, preparatory worksheets with detailed solutions. Students of each class will compete with students from across the country belonging to the same class. The topics for the contest are based on CBSE curriculum. The contest is open till May 31, 2014 and students can sign up anytime before the end date and participate. The results will be declared formally by June 15, 2014. The test is loaded with amazing rewards like Microsoft Kinect, Apple iPad, Lenovo Laptop and many more. Students can register online (http://www.smartur.com) by providing their school name and other details with a registration fee of Rs.250 per student.
‘Education is a must’
am living the software dream and I love my job very much. I experience tremendous job satisfaction. I am a BE graduate in Computer Science. I joined college in August 2009 and finished my engineering in May 2013 from Father Conceicao Rodrigues College Of Engineering, Bandstand, Bandra. Every student who comes to Mumbai for higher education has an image in his mind of the landscape of colleges as depicted in movies with colossal buildings and sprawling gardens but I was in for a shock. My college was a
MUMBAI | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014
Hiring good employees is easy, keeping them happy is trickier, writes Sharvani Sachidanand, Director & Co-founder of annecto, a R&R solutions provider
f money was the only determinant in keeping employees happy and satisfied, giant firms which pay hefty sums in pay packages would never have lost talent to attrition. More and more companies today are waking up to the need of keeping their employees happy. A content workforce is not only loyal to the company but is also more productive. If pay packages are not drastically different, a number of professionals prefer to settle for companies which have a good work culture, employee friendly policies and offer them chances to grow. After all who doesn’t want a peaceful work life where work related challenges are plenty and your employer also knows how to take care of you. Even small gestures of goodwill and concern on a superior’s part can go a long way in buying loyalty from the employee. No wonder, in an age where attrition rates are rising and people are in constant search for greener pastures, more and more companies are devising their policies to better suit the convenience of their
atrocities on a generation younger to them. The professors were sort of yin and yang at my college. There were those who could suck the life out of you and there were those who could give you the spirit to fight a hundred day war hungry. One anecdote I would like to single out: There was a professor who was never late or absent in 23 years of his engineering career. Another one, dear to me had this unimaginable distinction of having 100 per cent attendance in her lectures. Studies were both tedious and interesting. The atmosphere at my college was every entrepreneur's dream, we had our own set of struggle'srunning around for permissions, at the same time we had our freedom to pursue endeavours which were not a part of the curriculum. I have seen apps coming up in college and robots running around obeying their masters and cars ready to win races and laurels. We had our own set of toppers who used to study and knew every topic on the tip of their tongues and we had our own 'ranchos' who used to believe in “success ke pichey mat bhago excel-
where at everyday's fight I would give up to my best friend and end up eating Chinese (Shezwan rice! She did not like noodles).The wada pav and misal pav at the canteen were an instant respite for growling hunger between lectures. Another place cherished by me would be Amrut Sagar at Hill road, Bandra, again on the whims of my best friend. We used to have noodles dosa. The noodles would be for me and cheese and the dosa for her. The dragon noodles would be hunger respite for my project group. Mind you I mean quantity at less rate. I am always thankful to God for the friends He gave me. I would like to talk about a bunch of five people I had the pleasure to be associated with. They were the teachers of my life, they taught me ‘Think less, work more’. One of them, Shruti Gupta played the role of mother-away-fromhome for me. Rahul Baranwal, a production engineer genius who helped at the cost of losing his own grades. He taught with the condition that I would learn it in the right way and learn it for life. I would still draw a sum of lines in Engg drawing at 3 am in the night. Ayush ‘Ghumao’ Jain would
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would try all her new dishes on me and a younger devil sister, Samee who would annoy me in the most serene phase of mind too. Yes I stayed in a hostel for all four years of my college life and trust me it is the best time of your life. It teaches you how to choose the right friends, teaches you to save money, gets you an early knowledge of transfer of politics of life. I always believe that hostel life provided dexterity to my life and taught me to smile in the harshest situations of life. I do miss the half burnt maggi and an instant civil war like situation waging at the mere display of sweets or home cooked food. Pranks – I had loads of them in tow. The initial ones which started in the first year was loss of a mobile phone. Four years ago, a mobile was a dear thing to everybody. If it is an expensive one then you cannot express the importance attached to it. My friends used to hide my phone and occasionally switch it on for me to still have a hope that I would get it back. The other most common heart attack causing pranks for engineering students is ‘result aaayaa’. I loved to play it on my topper friend Mayfair. She literally skipped a heart beat
‘Money does not buy happy employees’ employers. A number of companies are also offering flexibility when it comes to work demands so that employees are better able to take care of their families as well. For example, companies today are also introducing the concept of paternity leaves for new fathers. Some employers are also recognising the need to offer better options to working mothers. Till a few years back, a 90-day maternity leave was all a woman turned mother would get. Many
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women had to sacrifice their careers to take care of their children. This was also a loss of talent for the companies. Today, the new breed of HR policy makers are offering flexible options like a few days work-from-home set up for mothers, some offer crèche or baby sitting services for their mother employees. It is a no brainer that in order to retain employees, organisations must give a serious thought to what is driving employee disenchantment and what would drive employee commitment. Today’s managers are dealing
with a dynamic and ambitious new generation. There is a renewed focus on human resources and the R&R management. Just pushing up salaries is no longer a sustainable long-term action. The need of the hour is a more strategic, creative solutioning. It makes an employee happy if her loyalty and dedication is recognised. It makes her all the more happy if it is rewarded occasionally. Today companies are moving beyond age-old HR practices and entering into the new domain of organised Rewards & Recognition culture. The new-age creative solutions have made R&R policies more organised and institutionalised. If you are recognising your employee’s contribution, offer them rewards that would thrill them, rather than gifting a notebook and pen bearing the company signature, or a bag or a shield with a company label. A creative, wellplanned sophisticated R&R programme can ensure that the employees are offered a choice from a menu of rewards to attract and sustain interest. Today, employees are driven by the desire to reach new horizons and grown as individual performers which working for a company.
It reminds me of her mother Ashwini, who used to radiate wads of love towards me in return of nothing. She was even smiling during the death of her husband which shows the grit and determination she had in her. One of the embarrassing moments I faced was when I adorned a night kurti perfect enough to be a traditional day attire. I was made fun of by every person I knew in my college. I finally gave in and left for home just after half the day. I would say education has ruined me to the level I couldn’t express. I reason with everything in life which makes it hard to enjoy stuff. Education has the innate quality of telling you that you should reason everything. If it makes you happy, then why are you happy and if it is making you sad, obviously why is it making you sad. I am too young to give advice but every person should get his child the right set of education. More importantly - the education he or she wants but with the heady mix of what is right for him/her. Education is a must. Children must be encouraged to take up a field they enjoy and like.
Such motivated workers will not be able to stick around in a company that fails to push their learning curve and offer new challenges and paths to growth. Particularly, the young and talented employees of the day look for job options that would give them plenty of exposure in their fields and augment their curriculum vitae. There are plenty of employees today who have chosen to move from reputed big companies to smaller new ones as the latter offer more exposure and learning and give them ample responsibilities. So if you are an employer, you must ensure that each and every employee of yours gets new challenges every day and feel they are growing. Shifting the workers between different verticals now and then and occasionally giving them projects that are normally outside their purview will keep their interest levels intact. The day an employee knows that she will not learn anything new in your company, she will decide to move on. Keeping employees happy is crucial. The next decade of economic growth in India is certain to see the rise of a new more structured rewards and recognition policy.
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My son is in the 9th standard. He is not getting good marks in his exams. He has failed in two to three subjects. However, he is quite intelligent in other things like computers. I have noticed that his handwriting is very bad and not everyone can read it. How do I work on him so that he at least manages to pass? Let him concentrate on his studies currently. Handwriting and content is a component of written expression. Bad handwriting coupled with problems in putting thoughts on paper is an area of concern. Check for errors in his spoken and written language. His oral content should match with what he writes. Simultaneously take him for a learning disability assessment to a nearby clinic. If you have any queries for this column, contact us on email@example.com
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Jobinsight is a job portal that gives job-seekers a first-hand idea about the reality of working for a company. It is founded by three young entrepreneurs – Archit Kejriwal, Faraz Potia and Rushabh Desai – who have worked in Consulting, Investment Banking and Renewable Energy respectively. Naressa Coutinho finds out how the dynamic trio and their unique venture will help people make more informed and apt career choices.
What is Jobinsight? Jobinsight is an online portal where employees can come and rate their jobs on important parameters such as salary, work culture, management etc. It provides users sincere insights into various industries and companies. It caters to everyone from students to seasoned professionals who are moving forward in one form or another. We have a strong community of industry experts talking about their domain as well as an inhouse team that works on various career related content (resumes, appraisals, workplace issues, interview preparation etc). There is a lot of emphasis on how to make the right career moves and the few things required to have a fulfilling career. We are continuously developing our portal to provide the best user experiences. As entrepreneurs, what made you want to
What makes Jobinsight different from other companies? Our content in the form of company reviews, What are the challenges you faced and still industry insights and professional blogs is unique in itself, helping users make face as freshers in the corporate arena? Being young has its own set of pros and cons, informed decisions. Secondly, it is our conluckily corporates are willing to give young- cept, where we are a ONE-STOP-SHOP for sters like us a shot today and allowing us to career intelligence and career related activiprove ourselves. But then you get only one ties. chance and there is no room for Any future plans or ongoing ventures? mistakes. Yes we do! We have setup Careerinsight Your opinion on the current education sce- which is a career and educational counselling centre. At Careerinsight, we help cannario in India. Education in India is way too structured at didates identify the right career paths; identhe moment. We believe the system has mas- tify the school or college based on their tered the art of churning out a process-ori- strengths, passions, attributes and industry Your journey with Jobinsight. Our journey has been pretty interesting so ented workforce. The rigidity of the system prospects. We cater not just to students, but far. We have obviously learnt a lot about how makes it hard for us to produce innovators in also to professionals who wish to identify their ideal career path. to run a business. We have received some India and keep them here. good feedback too about the website. We What is the best part of working together as plan to further develop this website and On the work front? make it a one-stop-shop for all career related From the information we have collated over a team and actually seeing this reel into a period of time, judging work-life balance reality? advice. independently is very subjective and diffi- The best part of working with a team who Was it a difficult decision to leave the secu- cult. It entirely depends on the profession. shares the same passion and vision is that rity of a 9-5 job and monthly income for An investment banker at a bulge bracket firm you know some day this is going to convert would be required to put in 12-16 hours a into reality. When one is down the other two your own venture? It was definitely not an easy choice. But we day; and that could be accepted because it is are there to pull him back up. Each day is a always looked at starting our own business an industry norm. A lot of times the employ- new challenge and having three versus as an investment in ourselves. Comparing ees themselves need to be held responsible rather than makes it a lot easier. It definitely teaches you a lot, there are times the learning curve to probably an MBA or a for affecting the work culture of an organisawhen personal sacrifices have to be made for second job, it became an obvious choice for tion. We have noticed that employees equate the whole team to do better and in the end it us. It’s not easy when you let go of a monthly longer hours with productivity which is not pays back, so it makes it well worth it! Jobinsight pay cheque but as entrepreneurs the feeling the case world over. The major problem is Contact no: 9819187075 of seeing something you believe in come when you stay back in office when you Email: firstname.lastname@example.org alive and get accepted by people is absolutely do not need to. Website: www.jobinsight.com unmatched.
PRIYADARSHNI ACADEMY'S LITERARY AWARDS AND EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS The Priyadarshni Academy celebrated the 30th Anniversary of its Literary Awards and Educational Scholarships at the Walchand Hirachand Hall last week with
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start ‘Jobinsight’ and how did you come up with the concept of career intelligence? Having gone through the process of college, coaching classes, placements, CAT, GMAT etc., we have experienced what most others have. The problem we realised is with the lack of awareness and guidance students get in terms of career planning and following their passion and strengths. This ‘one size fits all’ model has ended up being the root cause for unsuccessful, confused or even unhappy careers amongst many. Jobinsight is our effort to solve that issue and help people make well informed decisions. We give users company reviews, information about the industry, growing trends; including some books they should read and information regarding the major functions and roles within each industry. We supplement this with our blogs. Our blogs deal with workplace issues and speak about professionals - how they went about choosing their careers; what is the most exciting part about their career; mistakes they’ve made, and more.
Govindrao Adik, Former Maharashtra Minister of Irrigation and CAD Authority, Law & Justice, and Information and Publicity Department; General Secretary,
>> A visually impaired student from NAB, receiving a scholarship from Mr. Prabodh Thakker, Chairman, Aon Global Insurance Services Pvt. Ltd. On the left is Mr. Saurabh Bendkhale from Priyadarshni Academy
Nationalist Congress Party, serving as the Chief Guest, and Gulu Watumull, businessman, serving as the Guest of Honor. Literary awards for work in Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi and Gujarati were presented to Dr. Hubnath Pandey (Hindi), Vishram Gupte (Marathi), Dr. Jetho Lalwani (Sindhi), and Varsha Adalja (Gujarati), respectively. 200 scholarships to financially needy and deserving students pursuing different fields of study including to those from the National School for the Blind, were presented. The literary awards carried a trophy and an award of Rs. 25,000 each while many of the scholarships were for Rs. 10,000 each. Niranjan Hiranandani, Chairman, Priyadarshni Academy, gave the welcome address while Nanik Rupani, Chairman Emeritus also addressed the audience. Murli Adnani, Co-Chairman, proposed a Vote of Thanks.
SAMARPAN SCHOOL CELEBRATES SPORTS DAY
cole Mondiale World School had organised the Annual Sports meet of Samarpan School for Autistic Disorder Spectrum with actor Varun Dhawan as a chief guest. From making props, t-shirts and caps to finding an available chief guest, every member of the team was hard at work, giving every aspect of the event 100 per cent dedication. The theme of Sports Day this year was 'National Symbols of India' and all the races that students participated in focused on one particular symbol or emblem of Indian culture, ranging in the tiger to the national emblem, as well as peacock and lotus. The props were not easy to make, however the team had an amazing time working collaboratively to ensure that everything went well. Students of Ecole Mondiale World School truly learned the essence of hard work and how it pays off. The smiles on the Autistic children made them realise that whatever they do is worthwhile if
the intentions are correct and the focus is maintained. No matter how much hard work was required, and how many hours of watching TV or relaxing one had to give up, the end product was worth it. Actor Varun Dhawan was extremely happy to be part of the Annual Sports Day and ensured that every student had the time of his or her life and had a smile on their face at the end. Overall, the event was an enriching experience giving us food for thought.
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« ADMISSION ALERTS LM THAPAR SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (LMTSM)
Course details a) Two-year regular MBA for all graduates and oneyear intensive MBA for graduates with a four-year professional degree or postgraduation. b) 18-month Executive MBA for working professionals with focus on Corporate and Academic Leadership. Eligibility Criteria Graduate in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in aggregate or an equivalent CGPA or equivalent grade from recognised university/institute. Candidate must have a valid CAT/CMAT/GMAT/GRE score or must clear the Thapar University Entrance Test Deadline for applying March 14, 2014 How to apply Candidates need to visit www.lmtsom.thapar.edu and fill the online application form. Once they have applied, they can either pay the application fee of Rs 1,000 online or through a DD in favour of ‘The Registrar, Thapar University’, payable at Patiala. Campus Address LM Thapar School of Management Dera Bassi Campus Behra village (off Dera Bassi-Barwala Road) Dera Bassi Pin: 140507 Contact numbers 93168-57059/82880-06698/84271-01578 Additional Information Please visit www.lmtsom.thapar.edu for additional information or write in to email@example.com
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IIJ has diversified into lifestyle products like spectacles, pen-drive cases, candle stands and many more luxurious accessories. Join the Computer Aided Design - CAD course and learn to design jewellery and lifestyle products. Eligibility: Std X onwards Duration: 150 hours Where: Indian Institute of Jewellery, Modern Centre, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai - 400011 When: Course begins on March 10 from 9.00 am to 2.00pm Contact: 022 67444351 / 9833741418 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GREEN GUIDE TRAINING PROGRAM
For all nature-lovers who want to make a difference, this yearly workshop teaches you all you need to know about conservation education. The four day over-night module includes broad subjects like natural history, environment education and nature conservation. Hands-on training and participatory learning approaches followed by a job handling phase known as 'Shadowing Phase' is used. The participants learn about nature walks, slide shows, project works, education material development, communication skills, programme planning, budgetary preparation, crisis management and much more. Participants are enrolled on the payroll of green guides on successfully completing the ‘Shadowing Phase’. Date: 8-9,15-16 March, 2014 Time: 8.30 am (First Day) to 5.30 pm (Second Day) Venue: BNHS Nature Reserve, Conservation Education Centre, Goregaon, Near Film City, Goregaon (East), Mumbai- 400065. Programme Fees: Rs. 4000 (Includes lunch, refreshments, and study material) Register Before: March 6 For registration contact: 9594929107/ 9594953425 or E-mail: email@example.com
Training the kids
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CCE Finland to train schools and B.Ed colleges in Mumbai free of charge on pedagogy and methods of teaching; concludes workshop on creativity in education for 175 attendees in Mumbai in association with Podar Education Network
undred and seventy five teachers, principals, B.Ed educators and NGOs from over 26 institutions from all over Mumbai, and also far-flung locations like Noida and Kerala, turned up for a creativity in education course, designed by the Council for Creative Education (CCE) Finland in collaboration with Podar Education Network. Pavan Podar, Trustee, Podar Education network, welcomed all the educators to the conference and emphasised, “This initiative of ours, is to help educators create a seamless transition of pedagogy involving creativity in education from KG to K12. The role of art, music, innovation and their role in fostering creativity will be shared during the one day workshop.” Also present were Gaurav Podar, MD, Podar Education Network, Swati Popat Vats, President Podar Education Network, all the Podar Education Network Principals, Avnita Bir of the CBSE Board, Mrs. Fernandes of the ICSE Board and Dr.Lulla of the IB Board as well as Mintu Sinha, Principal, Bombay Teachers Training College, and educationist Swaroop Sampat Vats. Why CCE Finland? Its globally accepted, that Finland has one of the most admired education programs in the world, where they do not teach reading and writing till the age of 6.
As per a Pearson Survey in 2012, Finland and South Korea had topped the list of 40 developed countries with the best education systems. The rankings were calculated based on various measures, including international test scores, graduation rates between 2006 and 2010, and the prevalence of higher education seekers. Interestingly, high ranking countries tend to offer teachers higher status in society and have a "culture" of education. Heramb Kulkarni, Head of Strategy for CCE Finland said, "We are looking to train schools and B.Ed Colleges on a
Whistling Woods hosts roundtable discussion of thought leaders
histling Woods International and the Canadian Embassy hosted a roundtable discussion. His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada chaired the roundtable where the future of audio-visual co-production between India and Canada was discussed. Over 30 members from the Indian Film and Media industry passionately exchanged views with the 16 member delegation from Canada at the Whistling Woods Campus. The idea was to facilitate creative and intellectual exchange between the two countries. The group spoke of how Indo-Canadian diasporas identify with Indian films. The latent connect to their original motherland is a potential angle to be explored. The possibilities of increasing film trade through co-production initiatives was also discussed. The aim of the discussion was to broaden the bilateral relations between India and Canada. Filmmaker & Chairman of Whistling Woods, Subhash Ghai said, “Being an international film school, Whistling Woods has always striven to strike a balance between Indian and World Cinema. The co-production treaty is a path-breaking move towards exchange of concepts, technology, creativity and intellect. Over
the years, our institute has grown to become an incubation centre where the next generation filmmakers are nurtured. The discussion with the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada is one more step towards building the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry.” Joining the Governor general, other delegates who were present included Stewart Beck, High Commissioner of Canada to India, The Honourable Deepak Obhrai, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and for International Human Rights, select members of parliament, Peter MacArthur, Director General, South, Southeast Asia and Oceania, Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, Admiral (Retd) Nirmal Verma, High Commissioner of India to Canada amongst others.
non-commercial basis here in India, and this workshop is just a movement in that direction”. Swati Popat Vats, President Podar Education Network added, “In Finland, being a teacher is the chosen profession as teachers are paid on par with doctors. In India, sadly teaching is rarely the first choice of all the people who end up as teachers. The CCE is a collaborative organization which provides customized educational solutions designed by Finnish experts, and we hope that they will give all our educators here food for thought.”
With an agenda to make a difference to society, the recent initiative taken up by eight Rotaract Clubs from R.I.D. 3140, was the all important cause of voting. The political fabric of India is on the precipice, with the Lok Sabha elections coming up in less than two months. Rotaractors wanted to go beyond just complaining about the problems that plague our nation. Corruption, filth, crumbling infrastructure, poverty, illiteracy and the degrading condition of women; all these are protests of every citizen, but do we ever stop and think about what role we play in this mix? The most important choice we make for the future of our nation is the one vote we must cast. Through Let’s Vote they have taken up numerous activities to promote what we call 'Taking Responsibility'. After spreading the message in various colleges and corporate offices, they approached the aam aadmi to get his views on the current voting scenario. They have collected over 1,000 pledges from people who will take responsibility by casting their vote. They also organized a Let’s Vote campaign at Dadar station, the hub of Mumbai, Dadar Station on February 27. With thousands passing every minute, it was an ideal place to remind people of our most important right – the right to vote. Armed with posters, pledge sheets and useful information on how to register for a voter’s ID, we achieved our goal to make everyone aware of their responsibility.
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GIVING YOU A HIGH?
The movie Highway released recently and had moviegoers quite intrigued with its choice of star cast, Director and its music. Imtiaz Ali has helmed rom-coms earlier and delved into something quite different from his usual choice of scripts. Alia Bhatt who hit stardom with her debut 'Student of the Year' took quite a risk with this non glam look. We asked youngsters what they thought of the movie and if it was a worthy risk for the Director and leading lady. It is quite surprising as to why Alia Bhatt in her second outing took a risk with a subject like Highway. The way the actress comes across after her first movie, one must have felt she was a misfit. However, the maturity shown by her in this movie speaks a lot of what is in store for her especially her narratives with Randeep Hooda. Hooda, a known under-rated actor puts on an impressive display with his native accent and plays true to the subject. The cinematography is well tuned with the music by Rahman. Overall, its a well treated subject and a different product contrary to the season of rom-coms. Sherman Melroy, Executive
I found this movie to be extremely boring and slow. Randeep Hooda was good but I don't know why everyone was so busy praising Alia! She was tied up in the first half of the movie and didn't have any acting at all. Apart from the scenic background and good music I didn't find the story praiseworthy at all! I was disappointed with Imtiaz's direction and choice of script. I couldn't wait to get out of the theatre! It was a boring movie. Divya Saha, Adventure Tourism
I'm not sure if everyone would like this movie. It is definitely not a masala movie and won't appeal to people looking to watch a typical commercial flick. This movie has great music by A.R. Rahman. The music is soulful and is a great backdrop for the scenic locales in the movie. I thought both actors were great and while it is a bit slow, it's different. I'm not sure how well this movie will do commercially but it's definitely not a let down and kudos to Imtiaz as well as Alia for taking a worthy risk. Aditi Saha, Economics Student
By Sneha Dhakan
our first job is an important stepping stone in your life. Not only the monetary gains change your life, but what you learn there, what you do there will mould you from a student to an experienced professional. So you searched for jobs from job portals, references, classifieds and even managed to crack it. But remember, getting a job doesn’t guarantee you success. No matter how big or small the company is, your attitude towards the job, the workplace and your work can make all the difference. So if you are wondering what should you do or what should you avoid doing at your first job, read on...
Your first job
PREPARATION Firstly, preparation is the key to a successful start to a new job. Essentially, you are on trial for the first few months. So it’s very important that you set a right image of yourself in the employers from the moment you enter the office on your first day. Thus before joining the office, use the internet for a better cause than social networking and go through all the possible information you can get access to, about your workplace. Take a look at their website and check out what work culture they have, their company policies, their clients, their previous work and so on. If your company doesn’t have a website, call the office a few days before your joining date and try gathering as much information as you can. This will help you a lot in understanding the work since the first day. Also it will help you refrain from being clueless about the place and work when you join there.
underdressed to work depending upon the field you are in. If you are working in the corporate world, you are expected to be in formals. If you are in the media industry, your work-type determines what you are supposed to wear. You can be expected to be in blazers, formals or you can even have the freedom to come in your pajamas. What’s important is where you draw the line. The most important thing is to appear presentable because if you are ignorant towards your appearance, you can be thought of being ignorant towards work as well!
BE COURTEOUS AND FRIENDLY Also be courteous and friendly and try knowing as many people as you can at work regardless of what rank they are at. Don’t get too personal like their love life or things between theirs partners. But try gaining knowledge about what they PERSONAL HYGIENE AND DRESSING The way you take care of your personal do, what responsibilities their job hygiene and dressing, says a lot about involves, what qualities their job you. Never ignore personal hygiene. Also, requires and so on. This will help you dress smartly. Don’t be overdressed or learn other aspects of your job and give
you a better understanding of it. ASK QUESTIONS Ask questions that are relevant to the tasks that are assigned to you. Don’t assume things. If you don’t understand anything, ask questions till all your doubts are cleared. And be honest about how you feel. If you aren’t honest about what you feel about some work, the problems, when they arise, you will just fester and festering does nobody any good. Feel free to talk about how you feel, be open and forthright about what you feel. MOST IMPORTANT: ENJOY WHATEVER YOU DO! Have fun at work. I really mean that. Don’t go to work or as if it is drudgery. No doubt, there will be times when work is annoying, but there will also be some great times. Just brace yourself for an enjoyable roller-coaster ride! Just go ahead, take the plunge, grab your dreams and conquer the world.
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SC sends Subrata Roy, 2 directors to custody
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NEWS IN BRIEF 1,310 candidates selected in combined med services exam
1,310 candidates have been selected in Combined Medical Service Examinations, results of which were declared on Tuesday by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). These candidates have been recommended for appointment to posts in Railways, Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service, Central Government Health Services, East, North and South Delhi Municipal Corporations and New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC).
Govt expedites efforts to select Lokpal committee
The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has expedited efforts to select seven members and chairperson of the Search Committee for Lokpal, official sources said. However, the government may not be able to select chairperson and members for the anti-graft body before Lok Sabha polls following refusal of jurists to head Lokpal search panel. The DoPT has written to some experts in matters related to anti-corruption, policy making, vigilance, finance and law among others to seek their approval to be members of the Search Committee, the sources said.
India, Japan to set up lab to promote research
India and Japan on Tuesday signed an agreement for setting up a laboratory to focus on research in health sciences, medicine and agriculture. While the two countries established a joint research laboratory â€“ DBT-AIST International Laboratory for Advanced Biomedicine (DAILAB) -- in Japan in 2003, the new lab will come up in India to give a boost to scientific collaboration, said chairman of the Indian Scientists Association in Japan Sunil Kaul.
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, with face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks to appear before the Supreme Court in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Ink thrown on Roy's face
alling him 'chor', a man from Gwalior yesterday threw ink on the face of Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes. Calling himself an investor, the man in his 30s, Manoj Sharma, waited for Roy, to get out of one of the cars of the police convoy that had brought him from Noida to the court premises and blackened his face. Shouting "Sahara chor haiâ€?, Sharma threw a bottle of black ink on him. The man was beaten up by some lawyers who had gathered and was removed by the police to Tilak Marg police station.
Sahara offers `22,500cr bank guarantees; help to Sebi
CCUSED of persistent noncompliance, Sahara on Tuesday offered Sebi fresh bank guarantees for Rs 22,500 crore and help in verifying investors including those the group claims to have already refunded. Sahara said it can "depute hundreds of competent workers" to assist Sebi in collating the documents and other information for verification of documents, a bulk of which it has already submitted and more it has offered to submit, reports PTI. They have further contended that if the verification process throws out any investor who is not 'genuine' or if there are fictitious accounts, then the group would deposit the amount attributable to
ANPUR/AGRA The doctors' stir that has hit health services in several parts of Uttar Pradesh today intensified with 200 medicos in Agra joining the resignation spree to protest the attack on their colleagues in Kanpur.
As the protest entered the fifth day, the IMA gave a 48-hour ultimatum to the Akhilesh Yadav government to fulfil its demands -arrest of SP MLA Irfan Solanki allegedly involved in the Friday clash, action against SSP Yashashvi Pics: PTI
CBI arrests MD of NRC Ltd in bribery case
The CBI has arrested four people including the Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of the erstwhile National Rayon Corporation in connection with a bribery case for getting a favourable order from Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR). CBI sleuths zeroed in on an residential complex in South Delhi and arrested Rajeev Jain while he was allegedly receiving a bribe of Rs 10 lakh from Arun Jain, the MD of the private rayon company, now rechristened as NRC Ltd.
guarantee. All of them except Vandana Bhargava will be in custody in Delhi," a bench of justices K S Radhakrishnan and J S Khehar said. The bench clarified that it was not an order on contempt. Sahara chief's two sons, Sushanto Roy and Seemanto Roy were also present in the court during the hearing. When a last-ditch effort was made by Roy pleading against custody, the bench said, "We want concrete proposal. You give us today or tomorrow". The court said it will hear his plea on March 11. At the outset, Roy apologised before the bench for not complying with its order and assured that its order would be followed by him and sought more time for refunding money to investors. "I have faith in you. Punish me if I don't comply with your order," Roy submitted to the bench.
such investors to the Government of India "in cash through Sebi within a period of 30 days". This came on a day when Sahara chief Subrata Roy was brought by police to appear before the Supreme Court. Raising an emotional pitch, the group asked the Supreme Court to accept the offer "in the best interest of Sahara's crores of existing investors and to protect the livelihood of 12 lakhs workers/employees". Reiterating its earlier stand with regard to direct repayment to a bulk of investors, the group said Sebi has been asking for more money for the last 15 months despite having refunded only about Rs.1 crore from the Rs 5,120
crore already deposited with the regulator. "Hence, Sebi has balance amount of approximately Rs 5,619 crore (including interest earned amount)," the proposal said. Still, it said Saharas propose to furnish bank guarantees for a total sum of Rs 22,500 crore, while the Sebi can immediately proceed with sale of properties whose titles have been already handed over to it by the group. The step-by-step proposal, consisting of broadly ten points, further said Sebi would have to stop the sale of properties once it gets the bank guarantees and the money collected from such sale would have to returned to Sahara.
UP doctors stir intensifies, 200 more resign
Govt launches health scheme for minority students
In a bid to woo minorities, the government on Tuesday launched the 'Maulana Azad Sehat Scheme' which would see a 'Sehat Card' being issued to each minority student enrolled in institutions aided by the Maulana Azad Education Foundation. Under this scheme, which was launched by Minority Affairs Minister K. Rahman Khan, students in the age group of 5-14 years will be provided with a health card which will entitle them to free check-ups twice a year at the place where they are studying.
EW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday sent Sahara chief Subrata Roy and two of his company directors to custody till they present a concrete proposal to return Rs.19,000 crore they had collected from investors through optionally fully-convertible debentures, reports PTI. Roy will remain in custody for a week in Delhi. The Supreme Court which was unhappy over the proposal of his group on the refund of investors' money as it has not come up with any concrete proposal. Apart from Roy, the bench also ordered that the Group's other two Directors Ravi Shankar Dubey and Ashok Roy Choudhary be taken into custody letting the woman director, Vandana Bhargava free. "We are not happy with the proposal. No concrete proposal has come up so far. We are not accepting this proposal. There is no bank
SIZE MATTERS: A foreign tourist poses with a Rajasthani artist showing his extra-long mustaches on his arrival by Maharaja Express in Bikaner, on Tuesday.
Yadav and withdrawal of charges against 24 junior doctors, who were granted bail last night but refused to come out of jail, reports PTI. The issue has also taken a political dimension with Opposition BJP and Aam Aadmi Party extending support to the stir, that has also affected Lucknow, Varanasi, Aligarh, Ghaziabad, among other areas. A day after 300 medical faculty of GSV medical college resigned, around 200 junior doctors of Agra Medical College tendered their resignation to Uttar Pradesh government, ignoring an appeal made by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to call off the stir. The protest resonated in Delhi also with resident doctors of prestigious AIIMS sporting black badges and holding a candlelight vigil to express solidarity with the striking doctors. "The strike of junior doctors will continue till the three demands of the Kanpur doctors were met," said vice president of Indian Medical Association's UP unit and president of Agra unit Dr Sudhir Dhakre. The agitating doctors, led by IMA, said they were trying to meet the President and the Prime Minis-
Medical students at a protest march. ter in New Delhi to apprise him of the situation. They have also sought time to meet Governor B L Joshi and the CM over the issue. Meanwhile, the 24 junior doctors who were granted bail last night have refused to come out of the jail till the three demands are met. Medical services were severely affected in several parts of Uttar Pradesh causing major inconvenience to patients. Dhakre said the IMA has given a 48-hour deadline to Uttar Pradesh government to meet the doctors' demands.
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TOP VIEW We have to have a balance. Over-regulation, too much of tariffs, lead to another problem of smuggling. We have to ensure adequate availability of gold for the gems and jewellery industry, which is a very important sector for our exports.
Commerce Minister Anand Sharma BUSINESS BRIEFS Govt To Soon Take View On FDI Policy In Railways
NSE India: CNX Nifty — Daily Market Report for: Wednesday (March 5, 2014) (Based on the activity of the previous trading day) by Dominic Rebello REVIEW OF THE PREVIOUS DAY: The Nifty rose substantially on Tuesday (March 04, 2014) a net 76.50 points (1.23%) and closed at the 6297 point level. The market opened down at the 6216 points level. It then declined by a point further and registered the day’s low at the 6215 points level at 9.16 a.m. The index then rose sharply into the green and turned into a range bound movement until 2.45 p.m. It then rose further and registered the day’s high at the 6302 points level at 2.59 p.m. and then turned into a range bound movement until closing at the day. The Nifty moved in a range of 86 points and closed just below the psychologically important 6300 points level. Sentiment was extremely bullish and amongst the 50 Nifty stocks 46 were gainers, while just 4 closed in the red. All the sectoral indices barring healthcare and IT closed in the green. Substantial buying was seen in metal, banking, PSU and capital goods stocks.
All the four averages are positively trended. Positive.
Overall Market Strength/Weakness: The indicators and oscillators discussed here are indicating a strong market with a positive bias.
Suppor t Levels: For short-term traders the immediate main support is at the 5958 points level. The next support is at the 5877 points level. Resistance Levels The immediate main resistance is at the 6372 points level. The next resistance is at the 6424 points level.
Pivot Point Analysis: For intra-day traders the support and resistance levels are calculated according to the pivot point theory and are: Pivot point = 6272 (This is the level where the trend is likely to change during intra-day). TECHNICAL ANALYSIS: Support (1) = 6242. Volume: Volume (Qty shares) increased 7.62%. This change is Support (2) = 6185. moderate and indicates a moderate participation by in- Resistance (1) = 6328. Resistance (2) = 6358. vestors.
Market Breadth: Overall Market Breadth on the NSE was positive. Amongst all the traded stocks, 967 were gainers, 519 were losers and 50 remained unchanged.
Slow Stochastic Indicator: The Slow Stochastic Oscillator is in the over-bought zone. The Slow K line in the Stochastic Oscillator is below the slow D line (neutral if it continues). RSI Indicator: The RSI rose and crossed above the 60 level and is now rising (positive if it continues). MACD Indicator: The MACD is above zero and is rising (positive if it continues). It is above its 9-day Average (positive).
OUTLOOK FOR TODAY:
On Japanese candlestick patterns the index has formed a long white body candle on higher volumes. In fac t, yesterday's candle is almost like a white body Marubozu candle. (A White Marubozu forms when the open equals the low and the close equals the high). This is positive. Further, the index has crossed above the 5 days moving average. The index is now above the 5, 15, 25 and 200 days moving averages an d all the four averages are rising and also positively trended. Moreover, the velocity parameters too indicate strength. All these indicate a positive bias and the possibility of a further upmove unfolding. Investors are advised to hold long positions.
Work with strict stop losses on all positions
ADX Indicator & DI Lines: The +DI line is above the –DI line and both lines are diverging (positive if it continues). The ADX is flat while the Market Index is rising. No signal here.
Moving Averages (Trend Indicators) The index: Has crossed above its 5-day average (at 6247) Positive. Is above its 15-day average (at 6147) Positive. Is above its 25-day average (at 6112) Positive. Is above its 200-day average (at 5988) Positive.
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Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma yesterday exuded confidence that the Cabinet will soon take a view on liberalising FDI policy in railways sector. "All the concerned stakeholders including the Railways Ministry are on board. I hope this will happen soon," Sharma told reporters here. The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has proposed to allow 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in high speed train systems, suburban corridors, high speed tracks and freight lines connecting ports and mines.
Capital First Raises `178 Cr Via Pref Shares
Non-banking lender Capital First yesterday said it will raise Rs 178 crore in core capital through a preferential allotment of shares to its promoter, global private equity major Warburg Pincus, and HDFC Standard Life Insurance. "This incremental capital will position Capital First to continue funding its future growth plans," its chairman and managing director V Vaidyanathan said, adding this is subject to shareholder approval.
USAID To Provide $2.7 Mn For Clean Energy To India
The United States Agency for International Aid (USAID) will provide USD 2.7 million for increasing clean energy access to India. The announcements were made by US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal here. USAID awarded a USD 200,000 grant for SELCO Foundation to help establish six "innovation labs" that will develop and test sustainable energy solutions. The agency is also supporting a USD 2.5 million loan guarantee to Orb Energy, a clean energy service provider.
Essar Tele To Sell Kenya Biz For $100 Mn
After exiting telecom business in India, Essar Telecom is now in talks to sell its Kenya business to Indian telecom major Airtel and Kenya's leading operator Safaricom for about USD 100 million. "Airtel Networks Kenya Limited has sought an approval from the Communications Authority of Kenya to acquire the telecommunications licenses and subscribers of Essar Telecom Kenya Limited, which operates under the brand name 'yuMobile," Airtel said in a statement.
HRH Hotels Bags Best Heritage Grand Hotels Award
The HRH Hotels chain shone bright at the recent National Tourism Awards 2012 - 2013 held by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. The group bagged accolades under the category of Best Heritage Grand Hotels. This is the sixth time that the chain has bagged the award for Shiv Niwas Palalce and Fateh Prakash Palace and the second time for Gajner Palace.
Surya Roshani Eyes 500 Cr Revenue From Fan Market
Surya Roshni has embarked upon a new journey by entering into the realm of fans. An Indian multinational which takes pride for being largest Indian lighting company & largest G.I & Hollow Section Pipes manufacturer of the nation. Surya has proved its mettle in every realm of excellence and its endeavor to create a benchmark in the fan segment is promising for the consumers and fruitful to its associates. Surya intends to change the perception of cooling and comfort. Surya fans are economical and energy saving and promise not to burn a hole in the consumers pocket.
NSE Ties Up With International College Of Financial Planning
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) has tied up with the International College of Financial Planning (ICFP) for the Government’s national skill certification and monetary reward scheme. The scheme also known as the STAR scheme is run by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) & BFSI Sector Skill Council. The objective of this scheme is to implement training in the skill areas of equity dealing, banking correspondent & Business Facilitator, Mutual Fund Agent, Life Insurance Agent, SME Officer and Loan Approval Office.
BROKERAGE RECOMMENDATIONS Religare calls a ‘Buy’ on Tata Communications CMP: `288 Target `400
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Monsoon Failure Ahead? NEWS FLASH
Sensex rises 263 points as Ukraine fears recede Corporation Bank bags national excellence award in MSE lending LIC buys 4.66% stake in BHEL for Rs 1,889 cr GMR forays into railway sector Oct-Feb sugar production declines 10.63% IVRCL bags orders worth Rs 2600 cr in Karnataka Convergys completes $820 mn Stream acquisition.
Enhanced Possibility Of An El NiĂąo Condition In 2014
By A Business Reporter
nternational climate researchers are predicting enhanced possibility of an El NiĂąo in 2014. The condition, which occurs at irregular intervals of 2-7 years, weakens the Asian monsoon, often causing drought in north-west and central India and heavy rainfall (or even floods) in the North-east. â€œ In the last decade, it was one of the factors responsible for two of Indiaâ€™s most severe monsoon failure (2002 and 2009). There is a fair degree of uncertainty associated with these early forecasts, so it will be too premature to conclude that an El NiĂąo will occur in 2014. And, even the occurrence of an El NiĂąo does not necessarily imply monsoon failure in India. If however, the monsoon were to get adversely affected this year, Indiaâ€™s economy could grow by 5.2% in 2014-15 â€“ much lower than our current forecast of 6%. In addition, CPI inflation, with nearly 50% weight of agriculture-related articles, will rise above the current forecast of 8% in 2014-15. In its fight against weak growth and high inflation, the last thing that Indiaâ€™s economy needs is monsoon failure,
which could drive up food inflation growth and intolerably high inflation as well as weaken GDP growth,â€? in the past 2 years,â€? concludes Crisil. says Crisil Research. So does the El NiĂąo necessarily imply a failure of the monsoon in India? And what happens to growth and inflation if the monsoon does fail in 2014? Lower GDP growth In an Opinion piece CRISIL ReAs it combats weak growth and search examined two dimensions of high inflation, the last thing that the El NiĂąo phenomenon. Accordan already embattled Indian ing to it ,2 out of 7 times in the past, economy needs is monsoon failan El NiĂąo has morphed into a ure. Poor rainfall in 2014 could monsoon failure. However, it bepush up food inflation and pumplieves, an El NiĂąo does not necesdown GDP growth. A normal sarily lead to monsoon failure for monsoon, leading to 3% growth in India. Since 1991, of the seven times agriculture, was a key assumption that an El NiĂąo was experienced, behind our 6.0% GDP growth outonly two of the years synchronised look for 2014-15. Assuming zero with monsoon failure or a drought agriculture GDP growth, our GDP situation in the country. Past data growth forecast slides to 5.2% for therefore suggests a nearly 30% 2014-15. chance of an El NiĂąo condition In particular, the occurrence of morphing into a monsoon failure. â€œWe will review our growth call in an El NiĂąo is said to cause rainfall June 2014 after (i) the Indian Meteordeficiency in north-west and cenological Department (IMD) releases tral India, and excess rainfall in its monsoon forecast and (ii) more the northeast region. North-west accurate forecasts on occurrence of and central India together conan El NiĂąo are available â€“ forecasts tribute 67% of the countryâ€™s agrimodels are said to have low accuracy culture output while the in the March to May period. But this north-east and east regions toadverse initial news on the monsoon gether contribute around 13%. front is enough to trigger worry over Deficient monsoons will, therean economy that has seen sub-5%
By A Business Reporter lthoughâ€? the reform process in the corporate bond market has been encouraging, the implementation of reforms has proceeded slowly. Companies continue to finance their investments through private placements and bank loans rather than through public issues and corporate bonds despite policies implemented to encourage retail and institutional participation, to streamline the issuance process and to create new markets,â€? says a just released RBI DRG Study titled, â€œA Study of Corporate Bond Market in India: Theoretical and Policy Implicationsâ€?. The main objective of the study was to trace the reforms which have been put in place during the last decade in the corporate bond market in India and consequent developments. According to it, the analysis indicates that among the various factors that have influenced development of corporate bond market, the growth of the Government bond market has had positive influence on the development of the corporate bond market in India as in the case of other countries such as South Korea. The study believes that other factors such as the size of the economy, openness, size of the stock market and institutional factors like corruption have had little or no impact on the development of the corporate bond market. According to the peck-
An El NiĂąo occurs when equatorial Pacific waters become unusually warm. It can change ocean and wind currents across the globe, wreaking havoc on the climate. More pertinently for India, El NiĂąo shifts rainfall patterns and can weaken or delay the Asian monsoon.
What does a monsoon failure for India imply?
Retail Investors Not Attracted To Corporate Bond Market A
ing order theory, profitable firms tend to finance through internal sources first and then access external sources. Among external sources, companies tend to finance with debt or issue of corporate bonds first and then equity. Companies in India, however, tend not to follow the pecking order theory and have instead depended more on external sources rather than on internal sources. Among the external sources, bank loans seem to dominate the borrowings for these companies. One of the reasons for the bank finance being preferred by corporations is due to the prevalence of cash credit system in banks in which the cash management of the corporations is actually done by the banks. This indicates that the corporate bond market still has a long way to go before becoming a viable source for companies to finance their investments. The retail investorsâ€™ presence in the corporate bond market in India is still shallow despite specific reforms, such as, reducing the size of trading lots and the recent increase in foreign investorâ€™s limits in the corporate bond market. According to the study, India needs to explore innovative ways to attract retail investors. There is scope for further improvements in certain areas, such as, rationalising the stamp duty structure across the country and fixing stamp duties based on tenor and issuance value to encourage public offerings of corporate debt.
fore, not only pull down GDP growth but could also stoke food inflation. Higher inflation and challenge to monetary policy A weaker monsoon could set off another spiral of poor rainfall leading to lower agriculture output, sharper hikes in minimum support prices (MSPs) and higher food inflation. Droughts in the past â€“ 2002 and 2009 â€“ severely affected agriculture output and sent food prices soaring. For instance, in 2009-10, agriculture output only expanded 0.8% whereas food inflation (measured by the wholesale price index) rose to 15.3%. Integral to our current forecast is the assumption of a normal monsoon, due to which we expect inflation to decline significantly in 2014-15. We expect the consumer price index (CPI) â€“ the new infla-
tion anchor for the Reserve Bank of India â€“ to fall to 8.5% from around 10.0% in 2013-14. Current trends of declining food inflation suggest that inflation could fall further and end up at 8.0% for 2014-15. On the other hand, if the monsoon fails, inflation can touch double digits and challenge monetary policy. A sharp and sustained decline in inflation, particularly food inflation, is critical for monetary policy to be in a position to support growth. In 2012-13, food inflation (as measured by the consumer price index) was high at 11.9% and has stayed around this level in 2013. Only in the month of January 2014 it declined to 9.9%. The RBI aims to bring down CPI to 8% by January 2015. This is only possible if the downward momentum in food inflation continues for which a normal monsoon in 2014 is critical.
Mutual Fund Houses To Approach SEBI On Maruti-Suzuki Deal By A Business Reporter
he Stand-off between Maruti Suzuki India and its mutual fund investors seems to be worsening as these institutional shareholders are now planning to approach Sebi after the car maker failed to address their concerns. The seven fund houses, including ICICI Prudential MF, Reliance MF and UTI MF, may again approach Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL), and also its Japanese parent firm Suzuki Motor
Corporation, over the proposed Gujarat project, sources said. Fund houses are planning to approach SEBI in a day or two with regard to their concerns over a proposed deal to transfer a Gujarat plant by MSIL to its parent firm Suzuki Motor Corp, they added. These seven fund houses together hold 3.93% stake in MSIL, while 6.93% stake is held by state-run LIC, which has also sought certain clarifications from the company on the Gujarat plant matter. Japan-based
Suzuki Motor Corp last month had decided to take over the setting up of a plant in Gujarat, proposed by subsidiary MSIL. The parent company would invest in the plant through wholly-owned unit Suzuki Motor Gujarat Pvt Ltd, which will manufacture vehicles exclusively for MSIL. Mutual funds are opposing Suzuki's move to make the proposed Gujarat unit its wholly-owned subsidiary as the deal would transform MSIL into a distribution company from a manufacturing one.
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TODAY’S BEST VIEWING
THE GOLDEN COMPASS
It was no ordinary life for a young girl: living among
scholars in the hallowed halls of Jordan College and tearing unsupervised through Oxford’s motley streets on mad quests for adventure. But Lyra’s greatest adventure would begin closer to home, the day she heard hushed talk of an extraordinary particle. Microscopic in size, the magical dust- discovered in the vast Arctic expanse of the North -was rumored to possess profound properties that could unite whole universes. But there were those who feared the particle and would stop at nothing to destroy it. Catapulted into the heart of a terrible struggle, Lyra was forced to seek aid from clans, ‘gyptians, and formidable armored bears. And as she journeyed into unbelievable danger, she had not the faintest clue that she alone was destined to win, or to lose, this more-thanmortal battle... HBO, 9 p.m.
SOAPS & SERIALS
Samrat manages to get the medicines to Sonbarsa, where Lajoo is in critical condition. Lajoo is given the injection and medication and much to everyone’s relief, she opens her eyes. Will Lajoo be able to survive this deadly epidemic? Life Ok, 7.30 p.m .
AUR PYAAR HO GAYA
During her elder brother – Akshat’s wedding, Avni realizes that all that Raj has been doing for her is in fact a quality of a true friend only to realize later that she hasn’t even extended a hand of friendship towards him. Will Avni take the first step of extending a hand of friendship towards Raj or will she await Raj to approach her? Zee TV, 10 p.m .
FRONTLINE BATTLE MACHINES WITH MIKE BREWER
Mike Brewer heads to the frontline in Afghanistan to test hitech British and American weaponry and equipment being used in the fight against the Taliban. Follow Mike as with the full cooperation of the UK Ministry of Defense, he gains unrestricted access to Camp Bastion and Kandahar Air Base, revealing the latest combat vehicles and equipment, such as the SA80 Rifle, the Apache attack helicopter and Mastiff armored six-wheeled truck. Di scover y Sci en ce, 10 p.m .
TIGER SPY IN THE JUNGLE
Journey through a dangerous jungle with the most unlikely spies, and experience the tiger’s world like never before on Animal Planet’s TIGER SPY IN THE JUNGLE. Ani mal Pl anet, 8 p.m.
From an aerial perspective, EARTH FLIGHT follows the birds
that journey from continent-to-continent to show the stunning and wondrous world we live in. In North America, snow geese and bald eagles struggle from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada. In Europe, grey cranes dodge galloping horses of the Camargue and barnacle geese get lost over London. In South America, the candor and brightly coloured macaws travel through mountains and rainforest. Together, they reveal astounding landscapes and wildlife using state-of-the-art devices and techniques – onboard cameras, drones and birds trained to fly right alongside microlights. Di scover y, 8 p.m.
Gustakh Dil, Life Ok, 7.30 p.m.
Alan Shore defends Renata Hill an ex-girlfriend and former
coworker who is arrested in the courtroom hallway, covered in blood and accused of murdering her fiancée. Star World, 9 p.m.
YE HAI MOHABBATEIN
Ishita gets Raman home from the clinic and throughout the
night she keeps thinking that why is he thinking like this. She understands that Ashok has played with his mind & she decides that she will get the DNA test done so that she can prove it to him. Meanwhile Mihika and Mihir plans that they will organize carom board competition so that these two can come together. Ishita manages to get the hair sample of Raman which she sends it across to the Lab for DNA test. Romi, Mihir & Rinki all try to persuade Raman to participate in the competition but Raman just refuses. Star Plus, 11 p.m.
In tonight's episode we will see, In tonight episode we will
see, Rudra uses physical proximity to psyche Paro out so that she refuses to get married to him. Further, Mohini requests Tejawat to get rid of Rudra so that she can handover Paro to him. Colors, 9.30 p.m .
MOVIES OF THE DAY
Following the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 Chief Warrant
Officer Roy Miller and his men are charged with finding the socalled weapons of mass destruction, whose existence justified American involvement, according to the Pentagon and their man in Baghdad, Poundstone. Veteran CIA operative Marty tells Miller that there are no weapons, it is a deception to allow the Americans to take over the country and install a puppet leader. Also suspicious of Poundstone is Wall Street Journal reporter Lawrie Dayne, who lets slip to Miller that Poundstone told her he had secret talks in Jordan with an important Iraqi, code-named Magellan, who told him about the weapons, though it now seems likely Magellan’s true information was to the contrary. So begins a hunt for the truth. Who’s playing whom? Star Movi es, 10.30 p.m.
NO.1 MR. PERFECT
Prabhas (Vicky) is a kind of fun loving guy who never sacrifices
anything for any one. Once he goes to India and falls in love with Kajal (Priya) who is a traditional village girl. Priya sacrifices everything for Vicky but Vicky ignores her and moves to Australia where she finds a girl similar to his taste in Tapsee (Maggi). What happens next? Max, 9 p.m.
Raju lives with his disabled mom. One day Raju on his way to
a job interview saves the life of a rich textile mill owner who offers him a job in his factory which is run by his ambitious daughter Sheetal. Sheetal’s competitive attitude and open insults result in her making several enemies in the industry. Raju works as a mechanic in the mill and confronts Sheetal several times for the proper treatment of workers. He is also elected as the union leader. Raju meets Kaajal, who also works in the textile mill, and they fall in love. Zee Cinema, 8.30 p.m.
THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is a fantastical morality
tale, set in the present day. It tells the story of Dr Parnassus and his extraordinary ‘Imaginarium’, a travelling show where members of the audience get an irresistible opportunity to choose between light and joy or darkness and gloom. Blessed with the extraordinary gift of guiding the imaginations of others, Dr Parnassus is cursed with a dark secret. Long ago he made a bet
Green Zone, Star Movies, 10.30 p.m.
with the devil, Mr Nick, in which he won immortality. Many centuries later, on meeting his one true love, Dr Parnassus made another deal with the devil, trading his immortality for youth, on condition that when his first-born reached its 16th birthday he or she would become the property of Mr Nick. Valentina is now rapidly approaching this ‘coming of age’ milestone and Dr Parnassus is desperate to protect her from her impending fate. Mr Nick arrives to collect but, always keen to make a bet, renegotiates the wager. Zee Studio, 10.30 p.m.
Barney Ross leads the “Expendables”, a band of highly skilled
mercenaries including knife enthusiast Lee Christmas, martial arts expert Yin Yang, heavy weapons specialist Hale Caesar, demolitionist Toll Road and loose-cannon sniper Gunner Jensen. When the group is commissioned by the mysterious Mr. Church to assassinate the merciless dictator of a small South American island, Barney and Lee head to the remote locale to scout out their opposition. Once there, they meet with local rebel Sandra and discover the true nature of the conflict engulfing the city. When they escape the island and Sandra stays behind, Ross must choose to either walk away and save his own life - or attempt a suicidal rescue mission that might just save his soul. Pi x, 11.15 p.m .
P.M. 2.00 Ek Nanad Ki Khushiyon Ki Chaabi..Meri Bhabhi 2.30 Iss Pyar Ko Kya Naam Doon.. 3.00 Pyar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha 3.30 Diya Aur Bati Hum 4.00 Saath Nibhaana Saathiya 4.30 Saraswatichandra 5.00 Ek Veer Ki Ardaas-Veera 5.30 Ye Hai Mohabbatein 6.00 Iss Pyar Ko Kya Naam Doon-Ek Baar Phir 6.30 Ek Ghar Banaunga 7.00 Saath Nibhaana Saathiya 7.30 Saraswati Chandra 8.00 Ek Nanad Ki Khushiyon Ki Chaabi..Meri Bhabhi 8.30 Mahabharat 9.00 Diya Aur Bati Hum 9.30 Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hain 10.00 Pyar Ka Dard Hai…. 10.30 Ek Veer Ki Ardaas – Veera 11.00 Ye Hai Mohabbatein P.M. 2.00 2.30 3.00 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 8.30 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00
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8.30 Ek Nayi Pehchaan 9.00 Desh Ki Beti Nandini 9.30 Kehta Hai Dil Jee Le Zara 10.00 Maharana Pratap 10.30 Bade Achhe Lagte Hai 11.00 Crime Patrol
P.M. 2.00 Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 2.30 Doli Armaano Ki 3.00 Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke 3.30 Pavitra Rishta 4.00 Qubool Hai 4.30 Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se 5.00 Jodha Akbar 5.30 Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 6.00 Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se 6.30 Pavitra Rishta 7.00 Ek Mutthi Aasmaan
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Beti Hee Hai Firangi Bahu Qaidi: Film. Jeetendra Rishton Ke Bhanwar Mein Jljhi Niyati Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Beti Firangi Bahu Haunted Nights: Kaun Hai Who? Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Beti… Rishton Ke Bhawar Mein Uljhi Niyati Firangi Bahu Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali. Aakhir Bahu Bhi toh Beti Hee
P.M. 2.00 Taarak
8.00 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00
Tiger Spy in the Jungle Be The Creature Extreme Animals Planet Wild River Monsters
P.M. 2.00 4.00 5.00 5.30 6.00 7.00 7.30 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00
Man Vs Wild Last Man Standing Magic of Science How do they Do It? Mad Mike and Mark Food Factory American Digger Earth Flight Africa Gold Rush A Haunting
P.M. 2.00 How It’s Made 3.00 Space Month 4.00 Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman 4.50 Dark Matters
How I Met Your Mother 2 Broke Girls III Castle Suburgatory Two and A Half Men Boston Legal Castle Koffee with Karan Suburgatory Two and A Half Men Boston Legal Once U0pon A Time 2 Broke Girls Castle
P.M. 2.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 3.00 House of Cards 4.00 American Funniest Home Videos 4.30 Just for Laughs 6.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 7.00 House of Cards 8.00 America Funniest Home Videos 8.30 Family Tools 9.00 Being Erica 10.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 11.00 House of Cards P.M 12.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 10.00 10.30
Shapath : Film Love Dosti dua Raavi Nadaniyaan Jai Shree Krishna Mahisagar Love Dosti Dua Raavi Mahisagar Nadaniyaan Love Dosti Dua Jai Shree Krishna Nadaniyaan Mahisagar
Maharana Paratap Bade Achhe Lagte Hain ekk Nayi Pehchaan Main Naa Bhoolungi CID Crime Patrol: Dastak Main Naa Bhoolungi
DDI (Main Channel)
P.M 1.30 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter 3.30 The Sweetest Things 5.00 Brave 7.00 Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown 9.00 Bean 10.30 Green Zone A.M. 8.30 The Shepherd 10.30 Green Zone P.M. 12.00 2.05 4.20 6.22 9.00 11.15 A.M. 7.55 9.30 P.M. 1.00 3.15 5.40 8.15 10.30
Brain Game, NGC, 9 p.m.
7.30 Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke 8.00 Jodha Akbar 8.30 Do dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se 9.00 Pavitra Rishta. 9.30 Qubool Hai 10.00 Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 10.30 Doli Armaano Ki 11.00 Jodha Akbar P.M. 2.00 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00
Tumhari Paakhi Tumhari Paakhi Gustakh Dil Devo Ke Dev Mahadev Ek Boond Ishq The Adventure of Hatim Tumhari Paakhi Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai-Ajab Sa Risk Hai 10.30 Savdhaan India P.M. 2.00 2.30 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 7.00
7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00
Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu Rangrasiya Beintehaa Madhubala Sanskaar Dharohar Apnon Ki Bani – Ishq da Kalma Comedy Nights with Kapil Sanskaar: Dharohar Apnon Ki Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu Madhubala Beintehaa Rangrasiya Uttaran Bani – Ishq da Kalma Balika Vadhu
P.M 2.00 Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh
P.M. 1.30 4th ODI In dia vs Afghani stan: 1st Session li ve from SherE -B an gla (Dhaka) 5.00 4th ODI lIndia vs Afghanistan: Fourth Umpire live 5.45 4th ODI India vs Afghanistan: 2nd Session live from Sher –E- Bangla (Dhaka) 9.15 4th ODI India vs Afghanistan : Fourth Umpire live 10.00 Tulsi More Angna 10.30 Buniyaad 11.00 ARTH: Film. Shabana
Azmi, Smita Patil, Raj Kiran
DDII (Metro Channel)
Romeo Must Die Ransom Hannah Montana: The Movie The Twilight Saga: New Moon The Golden Compass Kill Bill Vol 1 Open Season The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Dungeons and Dragons Shanghai Knights The BoneConnection Leatherheads The Imaginarium of Doctor Pasrnassus
A.M. 10.30 Money For Nothing 2.30 3.00 3.30 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00
Niyati, Sahara One, 9.30 p.m.
FIR Pritam Pyare Aur Woh Taarak Mehta Ka… Pritam Pyare Aur Who Baal Veer Taarak Mehta Ka Chidiya Ghar Jeanie Aur Juju Lapataganj-Ek Baar Phir FIR Taarak Mehta…
P.M. 2.00 Tu Tithe Mee 2.30 Eka Lagnachi Tisari Goshta 3.00 Honar Suun Me Hya Gharachi 3.30 Juluni Yeti Reshimgathi 4.00 Saregamapa 5.00 Javai Vikat Ghene Aahe 5.30 Honar Soon Me Hya Gharachi 6.00 Eka Lagnachi Tisari Goshat 6.30 Home Minister 7.00 Tu Tithe Mee 7.30 Javai Vikat Ghene Aahe 8.00 Honar Suun Me Hya Gharachi 8.30 Juluni Yeti Reshimgathi 9.00 Eka Lagnachi Tisari Goshta 9.30 Asmita 10.00 Shri Va Sau Pakke Shejari 10.30 Julun Yeti Reshimgathi 11.00 Honar Soon Mee Hya Gharachi
P.M. 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00
7.00 7.30 8.00 8.15 8.30 10.00 10.30 11.00
WTR Extreme Animals Planet Wild Wildest Africa Bad Dog AP Safari Killing for a Living
Samachar News News Night Samachar News Night. Charcha Mein Raat Saddhe Dus Khel Samachar.
P.M. 2.00 Samachar 2.30 News 3.00 Sports News 3.30 War and Peace 4.00 Samachar. 4.30 News 5.00 Samachar 5.30 Rajyon Se Samachar. 6.05 Metro Scan 6.30 Business Asia Cup-Afghanistan vs India, DDI, 1.30 p.m. Wrap
5.40 How It’s Made 6.00 Tech Toys 360 7.00 Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman 8.00 How It’s Made 9.00 Space Month 10.00 Frontline Battle Machines with Mike Brewer 11.00 How do they Do It?
P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 4.30 5.30 7.00 7.30 8.00
9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00
Modern Marvels Ancient Aliens American Daredevils Ice Road Truckers Axmen Counting Cars Baggage Battles America’s Book of Secrets Cosentino Pawn Stars Counting Cars Dangerous Persuasions
P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00
The Last Maneater Mega Factries Perilous Journey Lion Battle Zone Brain Games Inside IPL Lion Army Brain Games Air Crash Investigation Taboo
P.M. 1.20 Asia Cup 2014 : Afghanistan vs India 9.30 Cricket Extra 10.00 Jai Ho 10.30 Siwtch Hit 11.00 Star Power
P.M. 1.00 3.00 3.30 5.00
7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30
Football Today La Liga Filler Superstar BPL H/ls Barclays Premeir League 13/14 Liga Liga La Liga PI Netbusters Serie A Show Liga Bbva 13/14 Superstar BPL h/ls The Football Review Football Today
P.M. 1.10 3.05 6.05 9.00 11.15 A.M. 8.00 10.00 P.M. 2.10 4.40 8.00 11.10 A.M. 7.55 11.40 P.M. 1.00 5.30 9.00 A.M. 7.00 10.30
P.M. 2.00 Aus Tour of SA 14 3rd Test Day 5 9.30 Aus Tour of SA 14 h/ls: 3rd Test Day 5 10.30 Great Centuries: Cheteshwar Pujara 11.00 Aus Tour of SA 14 h/ls 3rd Test Day 5.
Ben 10 Tom and Jerry Kids Show Roll No 21 Bas Karo Henry
Chhota Bheem Marathon Mr Bean Chhota Bheem Bheem Jai Ho Special Hanuman and Friends Special Mr Bean Chatur Chetan Takeshi’s Castle MAD
9.00 9.30 10.00 11.00 A.M. 8.00 Thomas and Friends 8.30 Kumbh Karan 9.00 Chhota Bheem
The Pink Pnther John Rambo
Vinashak Raja Sabse Bada Khiladi Jeene Nahi Doonga
The Expendebles, Pix, 11.15 p.m.
Mann Hogi Pyar Ki Jeet
Kya Super Kool Hai Hum Jamai Raja No 1 Mr Perfect
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Ek Aur Rakshak: Arjun Allu
P.M. 12.00 Parmatma: Mithun 3.00 Devdas: Shahrukh Khan 6.00 Ab Tak Chappan: Nana Patekar 9.00 Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani: Balraj Sahni A.M. 9.00 My Wife’s Murder: Anil Kapoor
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P.M. 2.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.30
Tom and Jerry Tales Oggy and the Cockroaches The Regular Show Oggy Special: Jhakaas Jack Bhoot and Friends Beyblade Metal Fury Johnny Test Tom and Jerry Kids Show
John Rambo Black Hawk Down Spiderman 3 The Forbidden Kingdom The Expendebles
P.M. 2.00 Meri Badle Ki Aag: Ashish Vidyarthi 5.30 Sunghursh: Dilip Kumar 9.00 Kanoon Apna Apna: Sanjay D A.M. 9.30 Sheshnaag: Jeetendra
P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.30 7.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 A.M. 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00
P.M 2.30 Phir Hera Pheri: Akshay Kumar 6.00 Aflatoon: Akshay Kumar 8.30 Laadla: Anil Kapoor A.M. 11.30 Parivaar: Mithun C
P.M 1.00 5.00 9.00 A.M. 8.00
9.30 Hasya Samrat Grand Finale 2007
Mela: Amir Khan Lashkar: Dev Anand Striker: Aditya Pancholi
Ghamandee: Vijay Genelia
P.M. 2.00 Gallit Gonhdal Dillip Mujra: Nagesh Bhosle 4.30 Changu Mangu: Asok Saraf 7.00 Gammat Jammat: Sachin
No 1 Mr Perfect, Max, 9 p.m.
10.00 Obachama Kun 10.30 Mr Bean 11.00 Chhota Bheem P.M. 2.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30
A.M. 8.00 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00
Doraemon Phineas and Ferb Gravity Falls Art Attack Doraemon Gravity Falls Doraemon Phineas and Ferb Vicky Aur Veetal Ishaan Best of Luck Nikki Slokk Best of Luck Nikki Phineas and Ferb Chritsmad and New Year Doraemon DJ-JATNP Doraemon DJ Sofia The First Doraemon
P.M. 1.30 Kiteretsu 5.30 Iron Man Armored Adventures 6.30 American Dragon Jake Long 7.00 Phineas and Ferb 8.00 Ultimate Spiderman 8.30 Tron Uprising 9.00 Hulk and the… 9.30 Big Bad Beetleborgs A.M. 8.00 Space Goofs 8.30 Rekkit Rabbit 9.00 Space Goofs 9.30 American Dragon Jake Long 10.00 Super Robot.
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TOWN & ABOUT
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NIDHI SUNIL & NISHKA LULLA
Thrill and chill
smooth vodka, sparkling conversation and a view to a thrill was what it was at Asilo at the Absolut Elyx party hosted by lady-in-red Suchitra Pillai. Happily sipping the exotic Absolut Elyx cocktails high up at Palladium Hotel were the likes of Ali Zafar, Pooja Bedi, Dalip Tahil, Fahad Samar, Simone Singh, Madhoo Shah, Narayani Shastri, Shveta Salve, Manasi Scott, Neha and Siddharth Kannan, Bikram Saluja, Schauna Chauhan and Mahek Chahal among many more.
girls and boys walked YOUNG the ramp at the city finale of Max Fashion Icon 2014 at
Novotel. Vasanth Kumar of Max, Cosmopolitan editor Nandini Bhalla, glamour photographer Jatin Kampani, fashion choreographer Aparna Behl, designers Nachiket Barve and Nishka Lulla and dusky model Nidhi Sunil were the judges. And the winners after a few rounds on the ramp were Dharmika Rao and Jaggy Singh with runners-up Pooja Bamrah and Mohammed Imran.
SHUBHA & GAURAV SETHI NAUHEED CYRUSI
on were the GALLOPING party people at Tote on the Turf who lived it up with Gaurav and Shubha Sethi who were celebrating their horse Alaindair’s victory in the Derby. The bar was abuzz with the choicest wines, spirits and beer, cigars did the rounds and there was a delightful dinner that included live stations. Reshma and Sulaiman Merchant, Simone Singh and Fahad Samar, Sameena and Azeem Khan, Pria Kataria Puri, Dalip Tahil and Rashmi Nigam were all there.
BHAGYASHREE DENGLE, AMITABH BACHCHAN & GOVIND NIHALANI MANA SHETTY, SUNIL SHETTY & SHARMILLA KHANNA
of parents and their daughters were PICTURES all around the Imperial Hall of Palladium Hotel. It was Plan India’s ‘Meri Beti Meri Shakti’ classy
BLUE RASHMI NIGAM
Sea was the happy venue and co-host of the annual Araaish show in aid of Save the Children India. The place was packed with women and there was much shopping for a cause. Spotted were Mana and Sunil Shetty, Sharmilla Khanna, Mandira Bedi, Rachna Kumar, Seema and Sohail Khan, Isha Mehra, Madhoo Shah, Queenie Singh, Laila Ramba, Rashmi Nigam, Rukshana Eisa and Vikram Phadnis.
ATUL & GAYATRI RUIA
book launch with Amitabh Bachchan doing the inaugural honours. Govind Nihalani and Bhagyashri Dengle of Plan India were there as were the hotel’s Atul and Gayatri Ruia. Also present were Sanjana and Kalpana Shah, Prasoon Joshi, Sangita Jindal, Vandana Malik and Meghna Ghai who all enjoyed the hotel’s fine hospitality.
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1.———entry-book-keeping concept (6) 6.Thick pole (4) 10.Shows anger (5) 13.Insect stage (5) 14.Sudden desire (7) 15.Acquisition of a company (6) 16.Small city (4) 17.Russian beverage(5) 18.Criminate(7) 19.Be silent (7) 20.Dispensary (6) 21.Eagle (4) 23.Lover of Juliet (5) 25.Serious in intention (7) 28.Nourish (4) 30.Hostels (4) 32.Middle-class (9) 35.Notice (4) 37.Arm joint (5) 38.Italian cheese (7) 40.Hackneyed theme (6) 43.Blackmagic (6) 44.Narrative poem (4) 45.Pod vegetable (3) 46.Copy (7) 49.To wake (5)
CROSSWORD NO 181 Nita Jaggi
52.Diverse (8) 54.Unique Selling Proposition(3) 55.Hold (5) 57.Existed (3) 58.Oxygen or hydrogen (3) 59. Wise men (5) 60.Spanish bear (3) 61.Bermuda or Devil’s———— (8) 62.Circle parts (5) 65.Substitute for (5,2) 68.Local Registration Authority (3) 70.Spun snares (4) 72.Bogus (6) 73.Old English coin (6) 75.Small chicken(7) 76.Step in walking(5) 79.Garfield’s pal (4) 81.Fictional horse (9) 82.Faithful (4) 83.Snow vehicle (4) 86.Fairy shrimp(7) 87. “Seni——-’ or Sikh musicians(5) 92.Rain heavily (4) 93.Bull fighter (6) 94.Erratum (7) 95.Indo-aryan language (7) 96.Ruminant (5) 97.Sumerian water god (4) 98.Known as the ‘white mountain’(6) 99.Tennis player Navratilova (7) 100.Step (5) 101.Smell (5) 102.Dash (4) 103.—- — no- common answer (3,3)
1.Sudden collapse (7) 2.Chocolate cake bar (7) 3.Lured (7)
4.Pretentious talk (8) 5.Attractive object (8) 6.Pitiful (8) 7.Colour (5) 8.Destroy or ruin (5) 9.Strong bright light (5) 10.Flu (5) 11.Woman of refinement (5) 12.Follows secretly (7) 22.Number of planets(4) 24.Daisy (5) 26.Farm bird (4) 27.Cost of an object (5) 29.Additional runs (5) 31.Hit (4) 32.Lawn game (5) 33.Asian river (5) 34.Company (4)
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35.Bar (4) 36.Atmospheres (6) 39.Cricket player (6) 41.Decisive battle in 301 B.C (5) 42.Nags (5) 46.Obtain (5) 47.Grant - – —- - subsidy(2,3) 48.Skype alternative (1,4) 50.Impelled (5) 51.Printer manufacturer (5) 53.Consume regularly(6) 56.French soldier (5) 57.Lady (5) 58.Coming or going (6) 63.Comrade (5) 64.Group of insects (5) 65.One (4) 66.A corner (5)
SEND YOUR ANSWER IN GIVEN FORMAT ACROSS 1. V I X E N 4. B R A I S E 7. C A R R I E R .........
DOWN 1. V A M P 2. X A N T H U R A 3. N O V E M B E R ............. ..
67.Indian Space Research Organisation (4) 69.Cheerful (5) 71.Drum——(4) 73. “ The top of the range” town in Australia (5) 74.Sicilian stratvolcano(4) 77.Sample (4) 78. Communicator(8) 79.Violent occurrence (8)
80.Childish (8) 81.Obstacles (7) 83.Make happy(7) 84.Cap flaps (7) 85.Boxer Sugar Ray(7) 88.CPU of the body (5) 89.Find fault (5) 90.Wading bird (5) 91.Actor Daniel——-(5) 92.Implore (5)
Solution (GIGANTIKA No. 180)
ACROSS: 1.Stall 4.Handle 7.Ashrams 11.Spat 16.Uncle 17.Cavalry 18.Strange 19.Sinus 20.Blower 21.North 22.Niece 25.Project 26.Euro 27.Freed 28.Farce 32.Sport 34.Bad 35.Usual 43.Planchet 44.Obedient 45.Turtle 48.Bogus 49.Leipoa 50.Arrive 51.Norse 53.Uneven 54.Overalls 55.Intruder 58.Grill 59.Ant 60.Deans 67.Rival 68.Eggar 70.Milk 72.Escapes 76.Piano 77.Pilau 78.Rotund 79.Sorry 82.Turmoil 83.Limpopo 84.Taegu 85.Torn 86.Synonym 87.Booker 88.Steel. DOWN: 1.Silt 2. Abutilon 3.Lecturer 4.Heel 5.Nacelle 6.Livewire 8.Sayonara 9.Reserve 10.Murphy 12.Pretence 13.Tender 14.Flirt 15.Ananias 23.Sperm 24.Stepchild 29.Wares 30.Nab 31.Referee 33.Retrieval 36.Sensitive 37.Plagued 38.Aniseed 39.Colours 40.Tigress 41.Burnout 42.Stories 46.Aboulia 47.Sentence 52.Sling 56.Wry 57.Press 61.Pilaster 62.Camorra 63.Casualty 64.Virtuoso 65.Scooters 66.Aperture 69.Galileo 71.Kinfolk 73.Sprint 74.Spooky 75.Cramp 80.Stir 81.Meal.
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TIGER BUD BLAKE
WIZARD OF ID PARKER & HART
B.C. JOHNNY HART
BEAU PEEP THE ADVENTURES OF LEGIONNAIRE BEAU PEEP
FRED BASSET ALEX GRAHAM
PHANTOM LEE FALK
MODESTY BLAISE PETER O’DONNELL
COFFEEBREAK MOON TITHI NAKSHATRA RASHI LUCKY COLOUR LUCKY NUMBER
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Aries 5th Phalgun Shuklapaksha Ashwini Mesh (Aries) A.L.I. Pink and Grey 1
BIRTHDAY FORECAST: Success in every endeavor is predicted. A sudden overseas trip could prove enjoyable and fruitful. Government employees can look forward to being sent abroad on a special mission, or to attend a seminar or convention. You will improve your financial status this year. The married will enjoy a congenial atmosphere at home. Those in love will have an exciting year. BABIES BORN TODAY: Will have bright eyes, broad forehead alert, energetic and self-opinionated. General all round good knowledge will lead to many good opportunities. Will do well in public life, marketing, business, agriculture or land development. Overseas influences are strongly indicated and favorable. Will be loving and attached to family. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): At work an easygoing attitude could land you in trouble. Avoid arguments or discussions on matters that are upsetting to others. Be more consistent in your work or career in order to achieve a breakthrough. Concentrate on one thing at a time to get best results.
TAURUS (April 21 - May 20): Gains are indicated. Expenses are also heavy. Consolidate your financial position before you start making fresh plans. A dear friend may have an interesting business proposal, which could well be a money-spinner. Keep your mind open to suggestions. Matters concerning children make you proud.
GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): A sale transaction may not yield the gains you had imagined, but it will certainly help to take the pressure off you for a while. Love and romance have to take a back seat as you will have to burn the midnight oil to catch up on pending important issues at work.
CANCER (June 21 - July 21): A good idea is worth working on. Do not be self conscious about your efforts or they will look contrived. Responses from colleagues and associates will be favorable. What your do now will have a bearing on the future and your plans. At home elders will be more amiable to your views and may even support you if you can be more tactful.
LEO (July 22 - August 21): You may receive an offer for work or business from overseas. Try to postpone important decisions for a while yet. There could be some other pressing issues that require your attention. Family life is happy but there could be undercurrents of tension. Your mate may be feeling off color today.
VIRGO (August 22 - September 21): You will be expected to manage your own work and also be prepared for any contingencies that could crop up. Also be prepared for a lot of people are likely to drop in on you today. Do not try to impose your views and ideas on people. There could be misunderstandings. You are better off keeping a low profile.
LIBRA (September 22 - October 22): Investment in long-term deals is favorable. Don’t look for immediate benefits. Your detractors may try to create problems for you, which you will successfully overcome. However, you will have to watch out for situations that will try your patience. Keep a check on your health.
SCORPIO (October 23 - November 21): Try to cash in on the fortunate professional phase. You will get a chance to handle work independently. Good results and gain are indicated. Some developments around you will bring in your life a person who will become a good friend. Love is a possibility.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 December 20): Good things are about to happen for you but you should keep your plans and expectations to yourself. You must learn to be discreet in matters of strategy and planning. At home things are getting better but you should continue the efforts you have been putting in.
CAPRICORN (December 21 - January 19): You will be tempted to take risks in new investments. You can go ahead with your plans provided you have scanned each and every aspect of the venture. Those in sales, media and communication will do very well. Members of the opposite sex will be attracted to you. The fancy-free will make many new friends at a social gathering. If married your mate has exciting plans for you this evening.
AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 18): You are likely to get time to indulge in things that you love to do. Monetary problems will now be sorted out. You will get some long overdue payment. If on the creative side you will be the centre of attention for your accomplishments. The domestic scene is fine.
PISCES (February 19 - March 20): Make the most of the good trends present in your work. You will get an opportunity to work on a prestigious project independently. Stability and growth is assured to you in your job and business. There will be a fresh offer for investment that can prove beneficial. In matters of love you need to repose more trust and faith in your partner to achieve harmony. You will realize the slip and make amends.
QUICK CROSSWORD 4909 ACROSS: 1 Bequeaths or concedes? (6) 7 Universal (8) 8 Board-game - "loud" anagram (4) 10 Agricultural implement (6) 11 Ailing (6) 14 Cry of delight (3) 16 A Christmas song or hymn (5) 17 "Death in Venice" author (4) 19 A kind of tree with white flowers and purple berries (5) 21 Surpass (5) 22 Drive, urge or incite (5) 23 Staple diet in most of South India (4) 26 "Ocean" anagram for boat? (5) 28 A small room (3) 29 Indignation; loud clamour (6) 30 Nephew of King Arthur (6) 31 Scottish town (4) 32 Bends, twists or warps (8) 33 Hod carrier (6)
DOWN: 1 ___ Hill, 60s motor-racing champion (6) 2 Nerve cell (6) 3 Barge - "cows" anagram? (4) 4 Altar area of church (7) 5 Change in size, character, dimension, etc. (5) 6 Poker challenge (5) 8 Scientology founder, Hubbard (1,3) 9 Note of the musical scale (3) 12 An armed conflict among states (3) 13 A science dealing with the principles of reasoning (5) 15 A type of lesion, especially in the stomach (5) 18 Pianist Claudio (5) 19 Exponential, in short (3) 20 PC key (3) 21 E in rock group ELP (7) 22 Summer and Winter Games org. (3) 23 Recompense, commendation or accolade (6)
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SUDOKU 2095 Sudoku is a number placing puzzle based on a 9x9 grid such several given numbers.To solve a Sudoku puzzle, every digit from 1 to 9 must appear in each of the nine vertical columns, in each of the nine horizontal rows and in each of the nine boxes.
Today’s clue: W equals U
The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another.
24 __ __ instant (4) 25 "One in a" movement that's everlasting ! (6) 26 Act together (5)
27 Former South African paceman Makhaya ___ (5) 28 Proficient - "bad" anagram? (3) 30 I'm stunned! (4)
SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S QUICK CROSSWORD ACROSS: 1 Astir, 6 Shame, 9 Riposte, 10 Uncap, 11 Irene, 12 Upend, 13 Aamilne, 15 Goa, 17 Gyms, 18 Veered, 19 Eiger, 20 Iciest, 22 Huge, 24 NAV, 25 Manipur, 26 Wheel, 27 Ackee, 28 Dhoni, 29 Twosome, 30 Bless, 31 Kraal. DOWN: 2 Sanjay, 3 Iraqis, 4 Rip, 5 Coupe, 6 Stinger, 7 Herd, 8 Monroe, 12 Unfit, 13 Again, 14 Mmdiv, 15 Group, 16 Adler, 18 Venal, 19 Eschews, 21 Cancel, 22 Higher, 23 Guinea, 25 Mensa, 26 Wets, 28 Dmk.
IRREGULAR SUDOKU 1914 To solve an Irregular Sudoku puzzle, every digit must appear once in: Each of the vertical columns Each of the horizontal rows Each of the regions
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S B W
C B B C K A S
L B B U
X A B X J A J G V A
C K G D
C K A
Q O F
D C O N C
O H B W C
K O Z A
Q O J J A U S B W
A Z A N
C K G F L
G F C A N F A C ,
Y G F U
C K A N A
Y A A J
S B W N D A J Y ,
J B C
I K B
O F U
U B F ' C
S B W
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: There's no business like show business, but there are several businesses like accounting
Afternoon WORD MINE
How many words of four or more letters can you make from the letters shown in today’s puzzle? In making a word, each letter may be used once only. Each word must contain the letter at the top of the pyramid. There should be at least one nine letter word. Plurals, foreign words and proper names are not allowed. Today’s ratings: 23 average; 26 good; 28 outstanding. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: floe, flop, flour, floury, flue, flyer, fore, foul, four, foyer, fuel, furl, fury, fuse, profuse, PROFUSELY, self, serf, surf, yourself.
KNOCKOUT PUNCH FOR INDIAN BOXING
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International Boxing Association terminates India, says officebearers damaging sport
AUSANNE (SWITZERLAND): Furious with the current logjam in the suspended Indian Boxing Federation, the International Boxing Association has terminated the IBF from its fold stating that the current set of office-bearers are "damaging the image, reputation and interest" of the sport. In a tersely-worded statement, the AIBA said it is not in a position to make a "proper" judgment on how to handle India's case after receiving conflicting communications from various stakeholders. The boxers and coaches will, however, continue to remain unaffected by the development and can participate in international events under the AIBA flag till the time the crisis is unresolved. "It is with much regret that the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Executive Committee (EC) has decided to end any official relationship with its current suspended member, the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) after an extensive evaluation and assessment of all issues surrounding the sport of boxing in India," the world body said in its latest missive. AIBA President Ching Kuo Wu said the IBF is unlikely to be re-recognised till the time a new set of officials take charge after fresh elections, the screening of candidates for which would be done by the world body. "As AIBA President and on behalf of the entire boxing family, I am expressing my deepest regret and sad- Bad times continue for Indian sport as the Indian Boxing Federation is suspended ness that we had to make this indefinitely which would mean the Indian pugilists like Vijender Singh [in pic] would not compete under the national flag but under the AIBA flag. decision," stated Dr Wu. "AIBA has always regarded India as one of the most important members of its family, but it has become impossible for us to bear the hard feelings, the pain and suffering the boxers as well as the boxing family in India had to go through under the past and recent leadership which has NEW DELHI: Baffled by the recent meeting between some also been damaging the image, repInternational Boxing Association's state units opposed to him. utation and interest of our sport in decision to terminate it, the "AIBA does not appreciate such the country," he added. suspended Indian Boxing meetings, once they got to know Sources said the latest AIBA diktat Federation's President Abhishek such a meeting was held, they is the result of a letter sent by IOA Matoria said it cannot make sense terminated the entire federation, Secretary General Rajeev Mehta in of the "unfair" decision and will which is completely unfair," which he sought to persuade the take up the matter with the IOA Matoria said. body to recognise the present set of now. AIBA President Ching Kuo Wu IBF office-bearers. The request was "We think it is unfair, they have said the IBF is unlikely to be renot taken kindly by the AIBA, which acted unilaterally based after recognised till the time a new set decided to terminate India. After hearing just one side of the story," of officials take charge after fresh provisionally suspending the IBF on the suspended IBF's President elections, the screening of December 6, 2012, Matoria told PTI. candidates for which would be AIBA has not recognised any offiIn a strongly-worded missive, the done by the world body. Matoria cial activities and did not support the AIBA terminated India stating that said the IBF will now approach the Indian officials for almost 16 months. it was not in a position to make a IOA to resolve the deadlock. "We However, AIBA promised to review "proper" judgement on how to will take this up with the IOA. We the situation when the Indian handle the country's case after will try to approach AIBA through Olympic Association (IOA) had its receiving conflicting the IOA. AIBA could have consulted suspension lifted by the IOC. communications from various us just once before taking this "Nevertheless, before and after stakeholders. decision," said Matoria. the IOA election and lifting of susThe boxers and coaches will, Asked if he would be among the pension, AIBA received different however, continue to remain applicants for the setting up of as claims from various groups of peounaffected by the termination and new federation which the AIBA ple on the way the sport of boxing can participate in international wants, Matoria was non-committal. was managed in India and it has events under the AIBA flag till the "I would speak to my group before therefore now become totally imtime the crisis is unresolved. taking a decision on the matter but possible for AIBA to make proper Matoria claimed that the what has happened is unfair," he judgments in terms of handling the termination was the result of a said. National Federation's affairs in India," the AIBA stated. AIBA said it
Unilateral termination unfair: IBF President
AIBA has always regarded India as one of the most important members of its family, but it has become impossible for us to bear the hard feelings, the pain and suffering the boxers as well as the boxing family in India had to go through under the past and recent leadership which has also been damaging the image, reputation and interest of our sport in the country. â€” AIBA President Ching Kuo Wu
was looking to get clean officials in the IBF after fresh elections. The IBF was suspended for "possible manipulation" in elections. "It is believed that the only way to get the sport of boxing back on track in India would be for it to be left in the hands of trustful, clean and honest people who love boxing and to give the opportunity to any group of people with passion and love for our sport to submit applications for the establishment of a new National Federation. AIBA will however not tolerate any governmental or sports authority interference in this process," AIBA said. "Based on the reasons set out above and in accordance with article 18.2 of the AIBA Statutes, the IABF is now provisionally excluded from AIBA Membership as of today. The AIBA EC will make a final decision and rehabilitate a National Federation for boxing in India as soon as it deems that it has found the right group of people who will support the principles of AIBA in terms of ethics and fairness and who care primarily about the boxers and our beloved sport and not about their personal interests," it added. The AIBA congress is scheduled to be held from November 8 to 15 in Jeju Islands, South Korea. AIBA also hopes that the IOA will give its full cooperation until AIBA approves a new National Federation for the sake of the sport of boxing in India. "AIBA will now wait for requests by any organisation or person to submit an application and once contacted, full guidelines for the new application process will be given," the body stated.
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NEW DEL HI: The International Boxing Association's decision to terminate India from its fold is set to be a blessing in disguise for the IBF which would now be forced to conduct fresh elections, something that the present set of office-bearers had been adamantly resisting. The decision to terminate IBF has, in fact, come as a shot in the arm for the antiAbhay Chautala faction which will seek the AIBA's permission to be a part of the new federation which would be set up under the watchful gaze of the world body. The Indian Boxing Federation (IBF) was suspended in December 2012 and was instructed to hold a fresh election as the world body felt that the polls held back then in September were possibly manipulated. But the officials running the Indian body turned a deaf ear to repeated warnings by the AIBA, insisting that the ones in office -- President Abhishek Matoria and Secretary General Rajesh Bhandari -- would eventually be recognised. Much to their dismay, the AIBA has hardened its stand and taken matters into its own hands by deciding "to give the opportunity to any group of people with passion and love for our sport to submit applications for the establishment of a new National Federation." This opportunity is set to be latched on by the group of state units which has been opposing the former IBF President Chautala. "The membership rights of India are now gone. The IBF will have no representation in the AIBA but the good thing is that now the AIBA will itself handle the entire situation. There will be direct correspondence between AIBA and those wanting a change. This way, a clean set of office-bearers would take charge," a source told PTI. The faction opposing Chautala, whose brother-in-law Abhishek Matoria took over as President in the ill-fated 2012 elections, comprises more than 20 of the 35 IBF units. This faction has made a small committee headed by West Bengal Unit chief Asit Banerjee and has been communicating with the AIBA. The last meeting of this group took place on February 23 in Guwahati. "We will write to AIBA very soon and seek their permission for calling a meeting to amend the constitution to make it compliant with the AIBA statute besides fixing a date for fresh IBF elections," an official said.
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South Africa great Graeme Smith calls time on international career
Graeme Smith leaves the field for the final time in test cricket. His stay at the crease was however short-lived as he was dismissed for three runs by Mitchell Johnson.
APE TOWN: South African Graeme Smith, international cricket's longestserving captain, sprang a shock as he announced he would retire from all international cricket after the current third Test against Australia at Newlands. The 33-year-old -- whose longtime team-mate Jacques Kallis retired from test cricket in December though he wants to remain part of the one day side -had said only on Friday that he still had things to achieve in international cricket. However, after another batting failure in the present series, he made just five in the first innings on Monday he decided it was time to call it a day and told his team-mates of his decision. "This has been the most difficult decision I have ever had to make in my life. It's a decision that I have
been considering since my ankle surgery in April last year," Smith said yesterday. "I have a young family to consider, and I felt that retiring at Newlands would be the best way to end it because I have called this place home since I was 18 years old." Smith captained South Africa in 108 Test matches, including the present match, over 11 years. He also captained a World XI against Australia in Sydney in 2005. His total of 109 Test captaincies is 16 more than the previous record held by Allan Border of Australia. He has captained South Africa to 53 wins, beating Australian Ricky Ponting's record of 48 wins as a Test captain. Under his leadership, South Africa lost 27 matches and drew 27, excluding the current Test. His shock announcement
came after he told journalists at his pre-Test press conference on Friday he had no plans to retire. "There are still things I want to achieve in the game," said Smith, who when he first led the side, against Bangladesh in 2003, was the third youngest captain in Test history. Under his leadership South Africa rose to become the number one team in Test cricket. In 38 series of two matches or more he has had 22 series wins and seven losses, with nine drawn. South Africa have not been beaten in a series since Australia beat them in 2008/09 - although they are in danger of defeat in the current third Test in a series which is tied at one-all. Smith's record includes two away series wins against both England and Australia - a feat achieved by no other captain.
By his own admission it took time for him to mature as captain after being one of the youngest players in the squad when he was appointed. When he was offered the captaincy his father, Graham, tried to dissuade him, arguing that he would be better qualified for the job when he had gained more experience. Smith, though, had no hesitation in accepting. "I had wanted the job since I was 13 and I honestly believed I could do it," he said soon after his appointment. "It's been an incredibly special ride," he said last season on the eve of his 100th test as captain. "It hasn't always been easy. There have been some incredibly tough times. I've had to grow to come through those times and to start to enjoy success and to feel comfortable in the position and in myself."
Kishan Gangolli defends National A title
Tamil Nadu men, Chhattisgarh UMBAI: Kishan Gangolli (KAR) retained title for the women enter finals M second time in a row winning the
NEW DELHI: Tamil Nadu men's team defeated Services 92-85 to make the finals of the 64th National Basketball Championship at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex. In the finals, they will take on Punjab, who got the better of the defending champions Uttarakhand 80-68. Pratham Singh scored 28 points (four 3pointers), S P Venkatesh 22 (10 Rebounds), Rikin Pethani 14 (11 Rebounds) and P Akilan finished with 12 (two 3pointers) for Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, Chhattisgarh women, who lost to Maharashtra in the league stage, avenged their defeat by posting a 76-65 win against in their semifinal clash. Leading 33-20 at half time, Kavita scored 20 points (11 Rebounds), Deepa L 16 (two 3pointers), Seema Singh 14 (13 Rebounds), Poonam Chaturvedi 10 (10 Rebounds) and Bharati Netam (one 3pointer) finished with 10 for Chhattisgarh.
10th AICFB National A Chess Championship for the blind which concluded here at Vasai. From the sixth round, itwas a race between Olympiad Gold medalist Kishan Gangolli and world bronze medal winner Darpan Inani (GUJ) and both amassed 10 points each in 13 rounds. Kishan was declared the champion on the basis of tie break. The young talent Soundarya Kumar Pradhan (ORI) with eight points came third and senior player Krishna Udupa (KAR) with 7.5 points got the fourth place. The top four players are to represent India in the forth coming World Chess Championship for the Blind scheduled to be held in Greece in May this year.In the last round Kishan Gangolli with white pieces played Queen's pawn opening against Soundarya. The latter could not handle the opening properly and allowed Kishan an easy win. Darpan Inani with white pieces played King's pawn opening against Swapnil Shah (MAH). Darpan snatched a pawn in the middle game, skillfully diffused
Sri Krishna Udupa,Soundarya, Darpan, Kishan Gangolli along with their trophies. Swapnil's all out attack and won the Rook and pawn ending. RESULTS: Kishan Gangolli 10 pts, Darpan Inani 10pts, Soundarya Kumar Pradhan 8 pts, Krishna Udupa 7 ½ pts, Makwana Ashvin K 7 pts.
RIZVI COLLEGE BEAT RUPAREL COLLEGE TO ENTER FINAL Rizvi College entered the final of the Inter-Collegiate Cricket Tournament, organised by University of Mumbai. They defeated Ruparel College on first innings lead in the two-day semifinal played at the MIG Cricket Club ground.
Batting first, Rizvi College riding on a half century from Kunal Dubey and vital knocks from Kevin Almeida (48), Manish Rao (37), Shashank Singh (34) saw them score 267. Ruparel's Devrat Singh (3/65) and Yashraj Waghela (3/67) did well with the ball. Brief scores (S/F): Rizvi College 267 all out (Kunal Dubey 59, Kevin Almeida 48, Manish Rao 47, Shashank Singh 34; Devrat Singh 3/65, Yashraj Waghela 3/67, Sagar More 2/35) beat Ruparel College 121 all out (Sagar More 32, Devrat Singh 23; Yash Chavan 4/5) on first innings lead.
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IN BRIEF Anil Kushwaha’s ton in vain; L&T, Oriental Insurance win
MUMBAI: Anil Khushwaha’s 105 runs went in vain as Times of India lost a thriller against Larsen & Toubro by a margin of two runs in the Oriental Insurance organized Insurance Shield Cricket Tournament. Chasing 250 for a win TOI ended at 247 for 7 wickets in the allotted 35 overs. Earlier L&T scored 249 for 7 with contributions from Abhimanyu Singh (57), Rajendra More (56). The other teams to post wins in the second round of the league were hosts Oriental Insurance, United India Insurance and Mazgaon Docks. Oriental won easily by eight wickets as they surpassed the target of 83 runs set by General Insurance in mere 11 overs. Old hands Jitu Ingle and Rajesh Borkar had claimed three wickets apiece to set up this win. Jasbir Mankoo scored an unbeaten 40 for the winners. United India Insurance restricted Air India (Western Region) to 143 for 9 and then crossed the target in just 23 overs with Pravin Jakhar (63) and Bharat Karbhari (36 n.o.) putting on 100 runs for the second wicket. Mazgaon Dock won by six wickets against Canara Bank who could muster just 125 runs on the board. Umesh Rane and Mushtaq Shaikh captured three wickets each for the winners. BRIEF SCORES: L&T – 249/7 (Abhimanyu Singh 57, Ajit Nair 48, Rajendra More 56, Uday Bagkar 33 n.o. ; Anil Kushwaha 2/43, Mohit Somani 2/52) Bt. Times of India – 247/7 (Anil Kushwaha 105, Prasanna Shetty 68, Siddhesh Chavan 2/40, Bhagwan Sanap 2/33). Air India 143/9 ( S.Kanse 34, S.Sharma 39, Santosh Chande 4/37) Lost to United India 144/3 (Manoj Waghela30, Bharat Karbhari 36 n.o., Pravin Jakhar 63). GIC – 83 (Jairaj Chitnis 44 ; Rajesh Borkar 3/17, Jitu Ingle 3/29) Lost to Oriental Insurance 84/2 (Jasbir Mankoo 40 n.o.). Canara Bank 125 (Vivek Manekar 37 ; Umesh Rane 3/17, Mushtaq Shaikh 3/8) Lost to Mazgaon Dock 126/4 (Santosh Pawaskar 37, Mushtaq Shaikh 28).
Vilas Menon Celebrity TT at NSCI
MUMBAI: The one-day Vilas Menon memorial Celebrity table tennis tournament will be organised by Vilas Menon Trust at National Sports Club of India (NSCI), Worli, on Sunday. Apart from ex-international table tennis stars like industrialist Neeraj Bajaj, Farrokh Khodaiji, former India hockey captain Dhanjay Pillay and an ex-Test cricket Sanjay Manjrekar, the event is likely to see a lot of TV and cine actors alongwith Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria and renowned columist Ayaz Memon will be taking part in the competition. Late Vilas Menon who was very renowned during the 70s found an admirer in industrialist Neeraj Bajaj, who himself was a national table tennis champion. “Vilas as a player was tough but off the table he was very humble and ever smiling person,” said Neeraj. Farrokh Khodaiji, another stalwart of the 70s, another of Vilas’ contemporary considered Vilas as a special in his own way and a great person at heart. Vilas’s old teammate in the state Atul Parekh says “it was delight to watch or play with Vilas. He was a show-man as well a tough competitor and a crowd-pullar.”
Medico Sports Festival over the weekend
MUMBAI: Dr. Prakash Vaze Sports Foundation will conduct Medico Sports Festival for lawn tennis, badminton, table tennis, chess and carrom over this weekend. Only registered medical practitioners from any medical field, postgraduate students and even dental surgeons are eligible to take part. Contac t: Dr. Prakas h Va ze: 99 20148 806 .
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BOOM BOOM AFRIDI Afridi's blitzkrieg takes Pakistan to the finals, as India loses back-door entry to stay in competition Chasing a mammoth 327 to win, Shehzad laid the foundation with his fifth ODI century as the elegant righthander put on 97 run with Mohammad Hafeez (52) for the opening wicket. Shehzad started patiently giving Hafeez the most of the strikes as the Pakistani allrounder cruised to his 20th ODI halfcentury from 43 balls. Pakistan lost the key wickets of Hafeez and skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, who was bowled by Shakib in successive overs, but Shehzad ensured that they did not lose momentum as he put on another crucial partnership of 105 with Fawad Alam.
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IRPUR: Pakistan pulled off a thrilling threewicket victory over hosts Bangladesh to storm into the finals of the Asia Cup cricket tournament, completely knocking India out of the title race. Opener Ahmed Shehzad blasted a 123-ball 103 to set the foundation for a record chase but it was Shahid Afridi's blistering 59 off 25 balls which helped Pakistan set up a summit clash against Sri Lanka. With this victory, Pakistan grabbed four points to aggregate 13 with the help of three victories in four matches. India, on the other hand, are currently with four points and even a win against Afghanistan today won't be enough for Virat Kohli's men to reach the finals. Mohammad Hafeez (52) and Fawad Alam (74) too blasted scintillating half-centuries to help Pakistan overhaul Bangladesh's record score of 326 for 3 in their stipulated 50 overs at the Shere Bangla National Stadium here. For Bangladesh, Mominul Haque (2/37) was the highest wicket taker, while Shakib Al Hasan, Abdur Razzak and Mahmudullah scalped one each. Earlier, Bangladesh feasted on a below bowling and fielding effort from Pakistan to pile up their highest-ever ODI total of 326 for three. While opener Anamul Haque build the foundation with a patient 100 off 132 balls with six fours and four sixes, it was their senior-most stars Mushfiqur Rahim (51 no, 33 balls) and Shakib al Hasan (44 no, 16 balls), who finished the innings with a smashing 77-run partnership in only 5.3 overs. Opener Imrul Kayes (59 from 75 balls; 5x4, 2x6) who added 150 runs for the opening stand with Anamul and Mominul Haque (51 off 47 balls) also made useful contributions to prop up Bangladesh total.
Brief Scores: Bangladesh 326/3 in 50 overs [Anamul Haque 100, Imrul Kayes 59, Shakib al Hasan 44 not out] lost to Pakistan 329/7 in 49.5 overs [Ahmed Shehzad 103, Shahid Afridi 59, Fawad Alam 74] by three wickets.
Shahid Afridi plays a shot during his knock of 59 runs against Bangladesh during the Asia Cup match in Dhaka.
RAYUDU SAYS SOME INDIAN PLAYERS MENTALLY FATIGUED Living out of a suitcase for the past several months, middleorder batsman Ambati Rayudu said that some of the India cricketers are suffering from mental fatigue due to its packed and busy international schedule. "We have been travelling from South Africa to New Zealand and then here. We landed and played a game just two days after travelling from New Zealand. The players are going through mental fatigue as well," Rayudu told reporters after a practice session on the eve of their Asia Cup match against Afghanistan here. All but eliminated from the race to final, a demoralised India would look to sign off their disastrous Asia Cup campaign on a positive note when they take on spirited debutantes Afghanistan in their last roundrobin league match here today. This was India's only third practice session, and first in the ongoing tournament as the players have preferred to stay confined to the hotel rooms on the eve of their last two matches.
Charanjit Singh strikes late winner for Western Railway M
UMBAI: Charanjit Singh was at his brilliant best and played a key role in helping Western Railway snatch a close 3-2 win over Union Bank of India in an exciting Elite Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) League, played at the Western Railway ground, Mahalaxmi, on Tuesday evening. The diminutive striker exploited the home conditions as he set up the first two goals scored by Shakinath A. and Somnath Mondal before firing in the third at the fag end of the match. The spirited Union Bank outfit got their goals through an early penalty conversion by Patrick
goal-scoring chances created at either end. Union Bank opened the scoring in the very fourth minute when they were awarded a penalty by referee Richard after Merwin Stephen was fouled by Western defender Prabal C. Mascarenhas scored from the penalty spot. Western fought back and restored parity when Charanjit crisp flag-kick from the right was firmly headed home by Shakinath in the 41st minute. The railwaymen went on to take the lead Mascarenhas and later through when Charanjit delivered another Ashish Pawaskar in the second measured corner kick and Monhalf. The match was played at a dal sneaked in to powerfully head fast pace and there was plenty of home past goalkeeper Prakash
Chauhan in the 65th minute. Union Bank restored parity when Ashish Pawaskar found the back of the net in the 80th minute. Charanjit put the icing on the cake by slamming in the winner with a rasping left-footer in the third minute of additional period of the match. For the railwaymen this was their first match while Union Bank suffered their second defeat from as many games. Results â€“ Elite Div:Western Railway 3 (Shakinath A. 41st min, Somnath Mondal 65th, Charanjit Singh 90+3rd) beat Union Bank of India 2 (Patrick Mascarenhas 4th Pen, Ashish Pawaskar 80th).
IN BRIEF India ready to face Bangladesh test
MARGAO: An exciting contest is on the cards when India face Bangladesh in their international friendly football match at Nehru Stadium here today. The two sides played out a 1-1 draw in their last meeting in the SAFF Cup Championship in Nepal. India has made changes by bringing in Subrata Paul, Amrinder Singh (both keepers), Sandesh Jhingan (defender), Alwyn George (midfielder) and Balwant Singh (striker). Balwant Singh, who has been playing consistently for Churchill Brothers, is likely to make his debut today. India coach Wim Koevermans is confident that his boys will play to their potential and win today. "We last played against Bangladesh in the SAFF Cup and it was a very exciting match and we frustrated them by scoring the equaliser in the dying minutes through Sunil Chhetri to deny them first win against us," stated Koevermans.
Rohit calls for ban of animal circuses in a commercial shoot
MUMBAI: Cricketer Rohit Sharma has called for better treatment of elephants and banning of animal circuses in a commercial shoot for an animal rights organisation. Appearing in a new advertisement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals India, Rohit said, "Animals deserve respect, not to be imprisoned in small enclosures and forced to perform degrading and meaningless tricks out of fear of punishment. We cricketers love our sport, and we willingly participate, but animals in circuses are beaten into performing against their will," he said. Peering into the camera with fierce determination, Rohit's face appeared scarred by an ankus with the caption saying, "Try to Relate to Elephants' Fate â€“ Ban Animal Circuses."
Chhattisgarh beat Kerala 3-2 in Hockey India Sr Nationals
LUCKNOW: Chhattisgarh rallied from twogoal deficit to beat Kerala 3-2 in a thrilling match of the 4th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship. Kerala started the match with great speed and they took the lead in the 18th minute when Sarin scored through a field goal. They doubled the lead just a minute before the end of first half with Jithu Sasi scoring another field goal. Chhattisgarh regrouped themselves in the second half and Shakeel Ahmed managed to keep his cool and scored through a penalty corner in the 54th minute. Eight minutes later, Chhattisgarh restored parity through a field goal by Mohd Erfan Khan. The team did not stop there and scored the match-winner in the 69th minute through Upendra Pillay.
Baroda to lock horns with Maharashtra today
RAJKOT: Yusuf Pathan-led Baroda will play against Maharashtra in the West Zone leg of the Vijay Hazare trophy in a day-night match here today. Both the teams have equal chance to qualify for the next round and winner of the match will enter into the knockout stage of the trophy. Baroda started the tournament in style by beating Mumbai in the opening match, but Maharashtra look a more balance team. Baroda's fortune to qualify for the next round would rely on Yusuf Pathan. Irfan Pathan, who started bowling in this tournament, looked impressive as he generated good speed and also took wickets. From the Maharashtra side, batsmen like Ankit Bawne, Nikhil Naik, Srikant Mundhe have done well with the bat, while seamers Samad Fallah and Dominic Joseph would handle the new ball.
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Sanskrit Composite Continuation of article published on March 1 2014
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Select the proper alternative from the bracket and complete the sentence
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vayaMsavao- ica~pTMpaoixatuMgacCama:. vayama\ tqaOvakirYyaama:. dIponadIpmaalaap`jvaalyato. Eaut: mayaaSabdao|yama\. Lesson 6 Ajau-nasyagava-hrNama\. Answer in Sanskrit
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Ajau-na: ku~ jagaama\Æ Ajau-na: inaibaDarvyaMjagaama. Ajau-na: ikma\ eocCt\. Ajau-na: mana:Saaintma\ AnauBaivatumaeocCt\. ikmaqa-Mma\ Ajau-na :vaRxaSaaKaMCo%tuMp`aorBaoÆ caNDatponatPt: Ajau-na: vaIjanaaqa-ma\ vaRxaSaaKaMCo%tuMp`aorBao. A&atvaasakalaosaUya-Kga: Ajau-naMku~ naItvaana\Æ A&atvaasakalaosaUya-Kga: svarvaoNamaaga-M inado-SyaAjaunaMksyaaipivaSaalavaRxasyasamaIpMnaItvaana\. Ajau-na: AdRSa: kqamaBavat\Æ vaRxaoivaSaalaLkaoTr: AasaIt\. kaoTrMp`ivaSyaAjau-na: t~OvainaBaRt: isqat:. tismana\ kaoTroisqatoippIilakaiBa: tsyasavaa-M= tqaaAacCaidtMyaqaaAdRSya: [vaABavat\.
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ArNyama\ vanama\ Saavak: iSaSau: katr: AQaIr: Aapi<a: Aapd\ inalaya: naIDma\
Recognise the forms 1 ]pivaSya ]p +ivaSa\ (6 P P)lyabantgerund 2 BavaBaUBava (1 P P) Imperative mood, IInd person singular 3 p`itiYzt p` + sqaa(1 P P) past tense. IIrd person singular 4 BaivaYyaitBaUBava (1 p p Future tense IIIrd person plural 5 AacCaidtma\Aa + Cd\ (10 u p) past passive participle, (M) Accu Singular 6 Asyaama\ Pronoun [dma\ (F) Locative Singular 7 AinaYyant: Anau + [Ya\ (4 p p) present active participle, (M) Nom. plural. Dissolve the compounds:
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inaibaDarNyama\ inaiba|maArNyama\ YaYzIt%pu$Ya. vaRxaSaaKavaRxasyaSaaKaYaYzIt%pu$Ya. inapuNayaaowainapuNa: yaaowakma-Qaarya. Sas~hIna: Sas~oNahIna: tRtIyaat%pu$Ya. Asamaqa-: nasamaqa-: naHa\ t%pu$Ya. saM=kMTmau@t: saM=kMTatmau@t: pMcamaIt%pu$Ya.
Select the proper alternative and rewrite.
mahtakYTonainaima-tmaotd\ naIDMmayaa. maamanauga`hItuMAhit- Bavaana\
vardaikM&atuimacCaitÆ vardasPtaEcayaa-NaaMivaYayao&atuma\ [cCit. 2 kaolaaoisaAma\ naamaikma\Æ raomanagarsyaBaUYaNaMkaolaaoisaAma\ foivhnaAmfIiqaeTr vat-to. 3 imas~doSaokarcanaasaPtaEcayao-YauektmaaÆ imas~doSaoipr^imaDrcanaamauigaJaaipra^DrcanaasaPtaEcaya—Yauektmaa. 4 pHcamaaEcaya-M ku~ vat-toÆ pHcamaaEcaya-Mnaamaba`aoiJaladoSao ‘irAaoidjaainarao’ nagarsamaIpopvatsqa: iK`stidiriDmar’ [it pu%tla. 5 ‘icananao\ [TJaa’ nagayaa-: kainavaOiSaYTyaainasaimtÆ maoi@sakaodoSaoivarajamaanaa ‘maayaasaMsÌto: p`tIk$pa‘icatona[T\Jaa’ naamapuratnaInagarIivaEvasyaYaYzma\ AaEcaya- Aist. Q Recognise the forms: 1 p`oYayaaima root p`oYa (1 U.P., 4 P.P.) Present tense 1stperson singular 2 iva#yaataina iva + #yaa (2 P.P.) Caus. past part (N) Nom and ACC Pl 3 ra~aO Noun rai~ ending in [ (F) locative singular 4 inaiBa-tma\ inar\ maa (3 A.P.) past act part (M) accu sing 5 puratnaI gerund puSa suffix tna adjective 6 ivakisataivaksa\ (1 P.P.) past pass part (F) nom. sing. 7 &atvyama\ &a (9U.P.) Act part (M) Acc. Sing 8 syaat\ Asa\ (2 P.P.) 3rd person sing Q Name the compounds:
1 saPtaEcayaa-iNasaPtAaEcayaa-iNa. kma-Qaarya. 2 rxaNaaqa-ma\ rxaNaaya [dma\.catuqaI- t%pu$Ya. 3 BaartBaUima: BaartsyaBaUima:.YaYzI t%pu$Ya. 4 cand`jyaao%snaacand`syajyaao%snaa.YaYzI t%pu$Ya. 5 Anaupmaoyama\ na ]pmaoyama\.naHa\ t%pu$Ya. Q Dissolve Sandhis
&atuimacCaima&atuma\ + [cCaima. ivaSaoYatamaadQaaitivaSaoYatama\ + AadQaait. jaanasyaovajaanaaisa + eva. AVahma\AV + Ahma\. etdovaalayama\ ett\ + eva + Aalayama\.
1 EaoyasaaoijavaItsya Eaoyasa: + ijavaItsya: 2 QaYa-yaodd\ntma QaYa-yaot\ + dntma\ 3 QaRtma\nyaOna- QaRtma\ +AnyaO: +na\ 4 mauhumau-huvaa-irmauhu+ mauhu+vaair sauBaaiYatmaalaa 2 Answer in Sanskrit
1 tRNaat\ ikMsaHjaatoÆ tRNaat\ xaIrMsaHjaato. 2 koYauAd`aoh: p`SasyatoÆ sava-BautoYaukma-NaamanasaaigaracaAd`aoh: p`SasyatoÆ 3 kyao: saMyaaogaonaEaI: AcalaaQa`uvama\Æ nayaivaËmayaao: saMyaaogaonaEaI: AcalaaQa`uvama\. 4 k: gauNaMvaaoi%tÆ gauNaIgauvaMvaaoi%t. 5 inaba-la: balaMnavaaoi%t. Q3 Complete the verses
1 Ad`aoh: sava-BaUtoYaukma-Naamanasaaigara. Anauga`hEcadanaMcaSaIlamaot%p`Sasyato.. 2 Paa~apa~ivavaokaoihQaonaupnnagayaaoirva. tRNaa%saHjaayatoxaIrMxaIra%saHjaayatoivaYama\. Q Match the Synonyms: Ans:
Qaonau: Pnnaga: xaIrma\ EaI: Anauga`h: naya:
Give antonyms: Answers
Aalasyama\ ]Vma: Acalaacalaa inaba-la: sabala: inagau-Na: sagauNa: ]%saah: Anau%saah:
Q Recognise the forms: 1 kma-Naa Noun kma-na\ ending in Ana\ (N) Instrumental Singular 2 manasaa Nounmanasa\ ending insa\ (N) Instrumental Singular 3 igara Noun igar\ ending in r\ (F) Instrumental Singular Name the compounds:
1 sava-BaUtoYau savaa-iNaBaUtaina. kma-Qaarya. naoYau. 2 inaga-uNa: inaga-ta: gayNaa: Ä yasmaat\ sa:. p`aidbahuva`IhI Dissolve Sandhis:
Lesson 4 AaraogyaMmaUlamau%tmama\. Text Questions: Answer in Sanskrit:
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raogaa: ksyaAphta-r:Æ raogaa: AaraogyasyajaIivatMsyaEaoyasa: caAphta-r: saMint. ksmaat\ karNaat\ AnnaMnaivapcyatoÆ Aitjalapanaat\ jalasaovanama\ AkrNaat\M caAnnaMnaivapcyato. BaaojanaantoikMpoyama\Æ BaaojanaantotËMpoyama\ pya: kdaipbaot\Æ vaasarantopya: ipbaot\. dnta: konaGaYa-yaoYau:Æ maRdunaakUrcaonadnta: GaYa-yaoYau: kdanaBaao@tvyama\Æ yaamamaQyaonaBaa@tvyama\.
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Match the Synonyms: Answers
tTma\ sairt\ Qvaja: purI
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raoga: vyaaiQa jantu: p`aNaI Amar dova: ]pana: paduka vaairjalama\ pya: dugQama\ vaasar: vaar:
Recongnise the forms
Aphta-r: adjective Apht-urEnding in ?(M)Nominative plural Eaoyasa: Adjective Eaoyasa\ ending in sa\ (N,M) Ablative general singular 3 Baao@tvyama\ Bauja\ (7 U P) Act. Part. (M) Acc. singular
4 ]panahaONoun ]panah\Ennding in h\ (F) Nom. Acc. Dual. 5 isayaat\Asa\ (2 p p) IIIrd person singular potential mood 6 ipbaot pa ipba\ (9 p p) Potential mood third Singular. 7 i~BaI: Numerical adjective i~ (M, N) Inst. pl.
tRNaa%saHjaayato tRNaat\ +sama\ + jaayato. ya~alasyaivahInata ya~ +AalasyaivahInata. pOirsanagarvaNa-nama\. saInanadItTojanaa: ikMlaBantoÆ saInanadItTojanaa: naaOkaivaharsyatTBa`maO: camahasauKiM kMlaBanto. nyaayap`asaadsyakoivaSaoYaa:Æ saInanaVa: samaIponyaayap`asaad: [it p`isawma\ gaa^iqak sqaap%yaklaa%mak$pma\ eoitbyama\ ]@tma\ BavanaMivaVto. p^irsanagarokadovaIiva#yaataÆsaasvakrokMtaolayaitÆ p^irsanagaroiva#yaatnaamnaIjaaonadovaI vat-to. saasvakroQvajaMtaolayait. koprsprMBaUYayat:Æ p^irsanagarIsaInanadIMÊsaInanadIcap^irsanagarIMprsprMBaUYayat:. kUlama\ tiTnaI kotna: nagarI
Recognise the forms: 1 ivaEuatma\ iva+ Eau (5 P.P.) past pass part. (M) Acc. sing. 2 maUQna-: NounmaUQa-na\ ending in Ana\ (M) Acc. Pl 3 naBa: NounnaBasa\ ending insa\ (N) Nom Acc. sing. 4 naamnaI Nounnaamana\ ending in Ana\ (N) Nom Acc. sing. 5 gaRhI%vaa ga`h\ gaRh\ (1 U.P.) %vaant gerund. 6 saubawa sau+ banQa\ (9 P.P.) past pass part. (F) Nom sing. Make compound Word
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nyaasap`asad: nyaayaayap`asaad: catuqaI- t%pu$Ya. AEvaaiQa$Za AEvama\ AiQ$Za iWtIyaat%pu$Ya. naaOkaivahar:naaOkyaaivahar: tRtIyaat%pu$Ya. eoit(mau@tma\ eoit(ma\ + ]@tma\ . dSa-yatIva dSa-yait+ [va. saumaga-maQyao|ist saumaaga-maQyao+ Aist. BaUYayatao|~ BaUYayat: + A~. BavanaEca Bavanama\ + ca.