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Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal comes out of Mumbai’s domestic airport, sits in an auto rickshaw and heads for the Andheri railway station. It is a crowded train ride to Churchgate, where metal detectors get toppled.

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OUTSPOKEN ARVIND KEJRIWAL GETS ROUSING RECEPTION ON FIRST LEG OF HIS STATE TOUR, AND A SPECIAL TRAIN FROM WESTERN RAILWAY

MUMBHAI Vikas Sabnis

He is blaming a hailstorm for his head injury! Actually, a brawl for the poll ticket is the real reason behind it.

e came, he saw, he almost conquered. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief, Arvind Kejriwal who kick-started his party's campaign in the state yesterday, received tremendous response in the city. However, the chaos created by AAP activists and supporters kept him from making a smooth enough beginning. Kejriwal, who arrived around 10.30 am on a three-day tour of Maharashtra, was enthusiastically Continued on pg 3 «

‘Gujarat Crime Branch is misleading court’

Both Citizens for Justice and Peace and Sabrang Trust's annual audited accounts have been filed, on time each year, with the Income Tax office, Charity Commissioner’s office and the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) authorities. None of these authorities have till date found any irregularity in the audited accounts filed by them, say Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand. Full Report on pg 12  No re-exam for Algebra! Pg 3

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Will Arvind Kejriwal's Mumbai visit have an impact on the voters in the city? Varsha Ganesh Entrepreneur YES. This visit is bound have some impact. But whether it will be negative or positive, one has to wait till his Maharashtra tour ends. Punit Bhavsar Working Professional YES. With election around the corner, such visits might make a positive impact, especially on people who have hopes from AAP. Suresh Raja Banker NO. People who have made up their minds on which party to vote for will not be affected. The indecisive ones might get influenced. Amey Jaju Working Professional NO. Every politician is making such visits. What is so special about Kejriwal's visit? Swati Raghavan Working Professional NO. This is a routine activity for politicians to do before elections.

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study conducted in UK in November 2013 found women to be more altruistic than men with regard to charity and volunteering because they were more empathic and find it easier to see the world through the eyes of other people. While statistical data to prove which sex is more generous in India might not be available, it would not be wrong to say that Indian women, especially mothers will not think twice to give up on anything for their loved ones. Be it their career, money, property or even their organs. It has been found that at Narmada Kidney Foundation (NKF), more than 70 per cent of the active transplant patients have got a kidney from a lady donor. Dr. Bharat Shah, Founder of NKF and Director of Institute of Renal Sciences, Global Hospital said, “I went through the data at NKF and found out that out of the 369 transplant patients following up with me since 1990, 76 per cent had got a kidney from a woman. This is how giving women are. They don't think twice before helping their family members”, said Dr. Shah. On World Kidney Day today (March 13), the ADC gets you stories of elderly mothers who donated their kidneys to their children and of a daughter who owes the life she is leading today to her mother who at the age of 70, by donating a kidney, gifted her a new life. These smiling and full of life elderly women on Wednesday spoke about their lives after the surgeries at a gathering at Global Hospital, Parel to increase awareness about Chronic Kidney Diseases and aging, the theme of World Kidney Day, this year.

Anything for our children: Sita Sankarnarayan (74) from Borivali donated her kidney to her 42-year-old daughter Deepa in March 2013 when Deepa was diagnosed with kidney problems in September 2012. “She was on dialysis from September 2012 to March 2013 but she used to frequently get fever and that was not a good sign. So I decided that it is best that she undergoes a transplant and I was ready to give my kidney, provided the doctors found it suitable”, said Sita. “Which mother would think twice to do anything that would help her child? I had absolutely no apprehensions. Yes, there were people who told me that after donating, my quality of life would be affected. I will not be able to walk. I will have retina detachment and what not. But I never believed all of these because, I myself being educated, knew that the donor does not face any danger as long as you are with the right doctor and are fit to donate. I went ahead and donated my kidney. This was in March

For my sunny boy: Lalitha Menon who donated her kidney to her son Sanjay.

From mother...with love: Leena D'Silva who got a kidney from her 70-year-old mother in 1997.

Mother-daughter duo: Sita Sankarnarayan and her daughter Deepa. Both are doing fine now. smiling Sita who is a retired chemistry professor from a reputed college in Mumbai. Sixty eight-year-old Lalitha Menon, another doting mother from Malabar Hill who always believed in leading a healthy lifestyle said, “Keeping myself healthy has paid off. I could donate a healthy kidney to my son who was 48 when he underwent the transplant in April 2013”. Lalitha who was diagnosed with cardiac issues fifteen years ago and has a pacemaker, was ready to donate her kidney but was worried that her cardiac problem might not let her do so. But given the healthy lifestyle she has been maintaining, the doctors found her perfectly fit for a kidney transplant and a happy mother was all set to give her son her kidney.

2013. And look at me today. I am as fit as any other person here. In fact, I started doing household chores Mom's the world: seven days after the surgery”, said a “My mother lives in me”, said 68-

year-old Leena D'Silva from Bandra who underwent a kidney transplant in 1997. “Who would say that I had undergone a transplant? I am absolutely fine. I owe this to my mother who donated her kidney without a thought”, said Leena. All three women had one thing to say. Transplant definitely is a better option than dialysis as life gets back very close to normal after a transplant and donating kidney does not harm the donor in anyway. “Have faith in your doctor, go ahead and donate. Nothing will go wrong with you”, said Sita and Lalitha. Leena said, “My mother donated her kidney when she was 70. She passed away a few years ago due to old age. While she was alive nothing went wrong with her because of the donation. She lived well”. shwetha.kannan@afternoondc.in

Joint Charter Nite Celebration of Zonta Club of Bombay I & II Sushil Kadam | ADC

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The 55th Anniversary of Zonta Club of Bombay I and the 35th Anniversary of Zonta Club of Bombay III was celebrated on Wednesday at Hotel Diplomat. The Woman of the Year Award 2014 was given to Miss Meher Banaji, Founder Director of Happy Home School For The Blind and to Neera Saggi, First Lady President of Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry by Zonta Club of Bombay I & III respectively. Encouragement Award 2014 was presented to Shruti Hetamsaria, a differently-abled adult. Chief Guest Ztn. Dilruba Ahmed graced the occasion. Seen in the picture (from left): Ztn. Mahzaver Dalal, Neera Saggi, Ztn. Ajaz Syed, Ztn. Dilruba Ahmed, Ztn. Mahrukh Karbhari, Meher Banaji and Shruti Hetamsaria.


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Over the years, it has organized seminars, workshops, events for the aged, the handicapped and the disadvantaged, interfaith prayer services, visits to orphanages and jails. It has raised funds to build a home at Zadpoli in Thane district, holds Christmas parties for slum children, and concentrates largely on outreach programs. And it makes sure to hand out the good times as well, to everyone they come into contact with.

She said it!

Flavia Agnes, feminist, activist, legal scholar and activist, advocate and co-founder of the legal resource group Majlis, has a sharp response to those sniggering about Rahul Gandhi and his dependence upon the “women's empowerment” mantra during his interview with the biggest foghorn in the media. He used the words 31 times. That's 31 times that women's empowerment has been invoked by a prominent personality on television. For the rest, it's a joke.

Please AAP chale jaon!

Pharoah Luke at the DCCW function in Bandra “terrorising” a participant with his attentions and making sure she enjoys herself.

added piquancy, a “pharoah” more than 6 feet tall, named Luke, to preside over the show. He played the part to the hilt, They tagged a 21st Valentine Day shamelessly wooing all the Annual Special to coincide, threw in participants and sending some of more than 300 women (only over them into a semi-swoon of 50 years!), added some interesting embarrassment mixed with delight. guests of honour, including popular But nothing could take away from BJP man Ashish Shelar and the the seriousness of the work that CEO of Citizen's Bank Gita they do. The DCCW was Andrades, and then, for some estanlished in 1964 during the

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station. The protestors said they did not belong to any organisation but were students who were protesting against Kejriwal's alleged media management as seen Continued from pg 1 « in a leaked video of him, in which he appears to tell a news anchor to welcomed by the hundreds of AAP highlight parts of his interview. workers and supporters who had Nevertheless, in their exubergathered outside the domestic ter- ance, AAP workers allegedly minal of Mumbai's Chhatrapati caused some damage to public Shivaji International Airport. Kejri- property. According to the police, wal took an auto rickshaw to And- Kejriwal and his supporters comheri railway station to board a local mitted several traffic violations train to Churchgate. during the road show. After a small After a 48-rupee rickshaw ride, corner meeting at Colaba in the Kejriwal climbed the staircase of South Mumbai constituency from the station's bridge during rush where party candidate Meera hour. As a Churchgate-bound Sanyal is contesting, Kejriwal local arrived on the platform, the marched for a two-hour roadAAP leader and his supporters show, from the historic August barged into the already crowded Kranti Maidan to Khilafat House, train. When the reached Church- an equally historic venue. The forgate, there was a mad rush by mer Delhi CM got a huge recommuters and onlookers, sponse. jostling for a glimpse of Kejriwal. In the evening he left for Many people, including some Mankhurd where he addressed from the media, were seen strug- the AAP's rally in the constituency gling to stay upright as Kejriwal of Medha Patkar. Today (Thursmade his way outside the station day), he will be taking a flight to to head for a private fundraiser at Nagpur and campaign in BhanNariman Point. The metal detec- dara and Chandrapur. tors at Churchgate railway station On Friday, he will campaign for got toppled in the heavy rush as Anjali Damania, who is contesting AAP workers made their way out.A from Nagpur against senior BJP group of youths waved black flags leader Nitin Gadkari, ending his at Kejriwal as he was leaving the tour with a rally in Nagpur.

Eucharistic Congress in Mumbai as a registered Public Trust working for the welfare of women, children and the aged irrespective of class, caste or religion. As the current president, Phil Fernandez put it, the aim is to motivate Catholic women in self-reliance, self confidence etc, helping them realise their potential, thus empowering them and helping reach other women and children in need.

Kejriwal's day out in Mumbai Azad Shrivastav | ADC

Impossible is may be to compare the thousands of International Woman's Day celebrations held in the city, but the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (DCCW), which celebrated a golden jubilee of “Glorious work” in Bandra last Sunday, certainly tried.

That's the chant invoked by a bunch of angry commuters caught in the stampede in Churchgate yesterday which caused chaos and brought down three scanners in the general scrimmage surrounding the AAP star Arvind Kejriwal. The average Mumbaikar likes his campaigns on the roads, though even there he would prefer to see them out early in the morning or late at night. And never, never interfere with his trains! For punishment, Kejriwal should be forced to board a Virar Fast going to Churchgate at morning peak hours, preferably from Andheri. And no, he is not to get a train to himself, but travel hanging out of the door, his muffler fluttering in the breeze.

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he Aam Admi Party's (AAP) Lok Sabha elections campaign rally through the city allegedly caused inconvenience to the regular commuters, with the party flouting traffic rules and causing damage to railway property on Wednesday. Metal detector frames placed at gates of Churchgate station after 26/11 blasts were uprooted and its parts were seen dissembled due to the large crowd of people gathered here. However, railway officials justified that it was just an accident because of uncontrolled crowd so no complaint has been filed against anyone. AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal was seen climbing a railway compound wall at Andheri station to address his party workers who had gathered on the road for which he did not have an official permission. On arrival at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in the morning, he embarked in an auto rickshaw to reach the railway station. Kejriwal was seen in the auto with four other party members including

door-frame of metal detector had fallen down. Railway teams put them in place and both frames are operational now. No complaint has been failed”.

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O him (making it five people in an auto, counting the driver). Police officials said, “Carrying capacity of an auto is only three passengers”. In a crowded train to Churchgate, the AAP chief managed to get a window seat too. Due to a huge crowd, two doorframe metal-detectors were uprooted at Churchage station. Western Railway Public Relation Officer (PRO) Nitin David said, “Two

n Tuesday, when the Alegbra paper was suspected to have been leaked, SSC students are now worried as they are expecting there would be a re-exam on the subject. However, though there is no conclusion in the case yet, board officials have stated that there would no re-examination for the subject. The Mumbai division had forwarded its report to the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), which will take a final decision over the case.


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CHANGE OF NAME I, Chandrashekhar Banshlochan Kunbi, have changed my name to Chandrashekhar Banshlochan Patel as per Maha. Govt. Gazette No. U-60632. C-39477 I, Dwarkesh Shreekant Mathkar, have changed my name to Savio Shreekant Morris Vide Maha. Govt. Gazette No. X97925 dated April 4th-10th, 2013. C-39478 I, Jas Paul, holder of Indian passport No. E8014224 issued at Jalandhar on 19-03-2004 resident of (correct permanent address in India) VPO, Sammipur Distt. Jalandhar and presently residing at Qusais Dubai P.O. Box 32085 do hereby change my name from Jas Paul to Jas Pal with immediate effect. C-39479 I have changed my name from Sharad Chandra Ramanlal Soni to Sharad Ramanlal Soni as per Affidavit dated 07 Mar 2014 . C-39480 I have changed my name from Sudha Gangasagar Vishwakarma to Sudha Saryendu Dwivedi Through Maharashtra Gazette No. X-57521 dated 19th December 2013. C-39481

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I have changed my name from Joheb Ali to Zoheb Ali Mohamed Ali Jatniwala as per Affidavit Dated 26/02/2014. C-39485

I have changed my name from Hiteshkumar Chunilal Bhansali to Hitesh Chunilal Bhansali By deed poll Affidavit. C-39501

I have changed my name from Santosh Singh Balbir Singh Saini to Santosh Balbir Singh Saini as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39486

I have changed my name from Momaya Meghjibhai Khimji to Momaya Meghji Khimji as per Affidavit. C-39502

I have changed my name from Kaynat Jamal to Kaynat Jamal Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39487

I have changed my name from Hoshang Hormazdyiar Madon to Hosy Homi Madon as per Maha. Gazette No. (U-19867). C-39503

I have changed my name from Jamal Husain Zakir Husain to Jamal Zakir Hussain Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014.

I have changed my name from Zubeda Hoshang Madon to Zuby Hosy Madon as per Maha. Gazette No. (X-34600).

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C-39504

I have changed my name from Noorjahan Begum Humayun to Noorjahan Jamal Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39489

I have changed my name from Tasneem Shabbir Dohadwala to Tasneem Shabbir Dahodwala, as per Affidavit Dt: 11.03.2014. C-39505

I have changed my name from Mohammed Khuram Khan to Altamash Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39490 I have changed my name from Hina Raheel to Rahil Firoz Sayed as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39491 I have changed my name from Shakil Khan to Altaf Hammed Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 06/03/2014. C-39492 I have changed my name from Madhvi Paresh Mehta to Mrs Madhvi Pinkesh Kadakia as per Affidavit dated12.03.2014. C-39493 I have changed my name form Mr. Vikas Satish Chandra to Mr. Vikas Satish Chandra Gupta as per Affidavit dated 11.03.2014. C-39494 I have changed my name from Meera Kahanchand Khurana to Meera Khurana Arif Raza as per Gazette (U-64490). C-39495 I have changed my name from Mangala Rohidas Dalvi to Mangala Rohidas Dalavi as per Affidavit. C-39496

I have changed my name from Shabbir Gulamabbas Dohadwala to Shabbir Gulamabbas Dahodwala, as per Affidavit Dt: 11.03.2014. C-39506 I, Ajay Kumar Sethi have changed my Son’s name from Arya Ajay Sethi, to ‘Arya Sethi’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 67132) Dated: 13/02/2014. C-39507 I, Ajay Kumar Sethi have changed my Daughter’s name from Anshita Ajay Sethi, to ‘Anshita Sethi’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 67133) Dated: 13/02/2014. C-39508 I have changed my name from Mr. Vivek Kumar Bhagwanlal Shrivastav, to ‘Mr. Vivek Bhagwanlal Shrivastav’ as per Affidavit Dated: 11/03/2014. C-39509 I have changed my name from Mr. Rambhau Khonde, to ‘Mr. Ramchandra Khonde’ as per Affidavit Dated: 11/03/2014. C-39510 I have changed my name from Khadija Idris Kojar, to ‘Mrs. Khadija Javed Saluji’ as per Affidavit Dated: 11/03/2014. C-39511

I have changed my name from Rohidas Gangaram Dalvi to Rohidas Gangaram Dalavi as per Affidavit. C-39497

I have changed my name from Mohammed Mudassar Imtiazahmed Shaikh, to ‘Shaikh Mudassar Imtiaz Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/03/2014. C-39512

I have changed my name from Aziz Ismail Khot to Khot Abdul Aziz Ismail as per deed poll Affidavit. C-39498

I have changed my name from Mohammed Sharif, to ‘Mohammed Sharif Gori’ as per Affidavit Dated: 06/03/2014. C-39513

I have changed my name from Fatma Bibi to Fatma Banu Mohamed Ali Jatniwala as per Affidavit dated 26/02/2014. C-39483

I have changed my name from Sabbir Hasanali to Shabbir Hasanali Bhanpurawala as per Affidavit. C-39499

I have changed my name from Ashok Sarkar, to ‘Aashok Ssarkar’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 70680) Dated: 27/02/2014. C-39514

I have changed my name from Mohamed Ali to Mohamed Ali Husain Ali Jatniwala as per Affidavit dated 26/02/2014. C-39484

I have changed my name from Ahmed Husain Ravvabali to Ahmed Husain Ravvabali Chaudhary by deed poll Affidavit. C-39500

I have changed my name from Pooja Salgaonkar, to ‘Pooja Salgonkar’ as per Maharashtra Govt. Gazette No. (U- 70681) Dated: 27/02/2014. C-39515

I have changed my name from Mr. Machhi Himat Santubhai to Himmat Santu Machhi as per Affidavit dated 11/03/2014. C-39482

I have changed my name from Draksha Gulam Nabi Surti, to ‘Darakhsha Abdul Rashid Ansari’ as per Affidavit Dated: 05/03/2014. C-39516

I have changed my name from Munna Lal Raghuvanshi to Mr. Munna Lal Raghuwanshias per Affidavit dated 10th March’ 2014. C-39531

I have changed my name from Herbert Pereira, to ‘Herber Pereira’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/03/2014. C-39517

I have changed my name from Mrs. Asha Raghuvanshi to Mrs. Asha Raghuwanshi as per Affidavit dated 10th March’ 2014. C-39532

I have changed my name from Abdul Rashid Md Siddique, to ‘Abdul Rashid Mohammed Siddique Ansari’ as per Affidavit Dated: 05/03/2014. C-39518 I have changed my name from Mehfuz Maqsud Khan, to ‘Mahafuj Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 04/03/2014. C-39519 I have changed my name from Shajida Mehfuj Khan, to ‘Sajida Mahafuj Ahmed’ as per Affidavit Dated: 04/03/2014. C-39520 I have changed my name from Shaikh Zakia Sultana Abdul Rahim, to ‘Zakia Javed Baig’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/03/2014. C-39521 I have changed my name from Rashid Rafiq Salmani, to ‘Rashid Ahmed Salmani’ as per Affidavit Dated: 12/03/2014. C-39522 I have changed my name from Rasamali Vajidali Shaikh, to ‘Kasimali Vajidali Shaikh’ as per Affidavit Dated: 13/02/2014. C-39523 I have changed my name from Vaishali Lawoo Sawant to Mansi Mangesh Rane as per Affidavit dated 12th March’ 2014. C-39524 I have changed my name from Naeema Bano Nirwan to Naeema Bano Nirban as per Affidavit dated 12th March’ 2014. C-39525 I have changed my name from Najma Bano Mohammad Aamin Nirwan to Najma Bano Mohammed Amin Nirban as per Affidavit dated 12th March’ 2014. C-39526 I have changed my name from Mohammad Aamin Nirwan to Mohammed Amin Nirban as per Affidavit dated 12th March’ 2014. C-39527 I have changed my name from Miss. Hetal Mayur Joshi to Mrs. Hetal Paras Shah as per Affidavit dated 05th March’ 2014. C-39528 I have changed my name from Mr. Mayur Naramdas Joshi to Mr. Jayendra Gadkari as per Affidavit dated 05th March’ 2014. C-39529 I have changed my name from Miss. Meenakshi Raghuvanshi to Mrs. Meenakshi Raghuwanshi as per Affidavit dated 10th March’ 2014. C-39530

I have changed my name from Anirudh Komrayya Lingampillai to Aniruddha Komrayya Lingampelli as per Affidavit dated 11th March’ 2014. C-39533 I have changed my name from Bhavna Brijesh Darji to Bhagvati Brijesh Darji as per Affidavit dated: 10 March 2014. C-39534 I have changed my name from Pradeepkumar Shrinivas Agrawal to Pradeep Shrinivas Agrawal as per Affidavit dated: 12 March, 2014. C-39535 I have changed my name from Meena Shridhar Chavan to Priti Prakash Kamtekar as per Affidavit Dated: 15-February, 2014. C-39536 I, Hasina Begum Jartaf Durani Have Changed My Name to Hasina Zartaj Durrani Vide an Affidavit Dt. 12-03-2014. C-39537 I, Jartaf Durani Have changed my name to Zartaj Sartaj Durrani Vide an Affidavit Dt. 12-03-2014. C-39538 I have changed my name from Priti Chowdhury to Priti Sen as per Affidavit. C-39539 I have changed my name from Nimisha to Nimisha Singh as per Affidavit. C-39540 I have changed my name from Pushp Kala Valli Tewar to Pushpa Kala Valli Thevar as per Affidavit. C-39541 I have changed my name from Charu Jain to Charu Agarwal as per Affidavit. C-39542 I have changed my name from Salim Ahmed Gulam Mustufa Zaure to Saleem Mustafa Jawre as per Affidavit. C-39543 I have changed my name from Sayyed Ghani Mohammed Qasim to Sayyed Gani Mohammed Kasim Baghban as per Affidavit. C-39544 I have changed my name from Hamida Bi Sayyed Ghani to Hamidabi Sayyed Gani Baghban as per Affidavit. C-39545 I have changed my name from Abdul Rauf Sayyed Ghani to Abdul Rauf Sayyed Gani Baghban as per Affidavit. C-39546 I have changed my name from Sultan Ahmad to Sultan Ahmed Khan as per Affidavit. C-39547

I have changed my name from Shehely Dilip Karmakar to Shehely Dilip Karmokar as per Affidavit. C-39548 I have changed my name from Dilip Santosh Karmakar to Dilip Santosh Karmokar as per Affidavit. C-39549 I have changed my name from Rina Dilip Karmakar to Reena Dilip Karmokar as per Affidavit. C-39550 I have changed my name from Shaikh Nazir Shaikh Vajir to Nazir Vajir Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39551 I have changed my name from Vijaykumar Nandlal Aidasani to Vijay Nandlal Aidasani as per Affidavit. C-39552 I have changed my name from Taslim Mohammed Barot to Tasneem Mohammed Barot as per Affidavit. C-39553 I have changed my name from Talib Ali Muttallib Bhai Punawala to Talib Muttallib Bhai Poonawala as per Affidavit. C-39554 I have changed my name from Fatima Mansoor Baldiwala to Fatema Muttalib Poonawala as per Affidavit. C-39555 I have changed my name from Gulam Mohammed She Yusuf to Gulam Mohammed Yusuf Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39556 I have changed my name from Mohammed Arsad Kalimullah Idrisi to Mohammed Arshad Kalimullah Idrisi as per Affidavit Dt. 11-03-2014. C-39557 I have changed my name from Naseem Siddiqui to Naseem Ahmed Siddiqui as per Affidavit Dt. 21-02-2014. C-39558 I have changed my name from Lalchand Chandwani to Lal Chandwani as per Affidavit. C-39559 I have changed my name from Sachnand Jhamnani to Nandlal Jhamnani as per Affidavit. C-39560 I have changed my name from Vikas Bihari H.G to Vikas Bihari Godiya as per Affidavit. C-39561 I have changed my name from Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz to Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39562 I have changed my name from Vijay Rekhilal Malhotra to Vijay Rikihilal Malhotra as per Affidavit. C-39563 I have changed my name from Abbasali Mushakshab Shaikh to Abbas Mushak Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39564

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tified based on their names put up in the hoardings and accordingly a letter is sent to the police for further action”. The civic authority in co-ordination with the political parties had to implement a policy that would prevent proliferation of banners across the city. Leaders of various political parties had already cleared the policy last year. But the BMC has failed to approve the administration’s draft policy till now. Mayor Sunil Prabhu said, “There are a few problems which need to be recitified with the draft policy so that it can be passed. It is likely to be approved after the Lok Sabha elections”. Samajwadi Party leader Rayiz Shaikh (candidate for the Lok Sabha elections from North-East) has alleged that the civic admin-

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he Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has pulled down 4,391 illegal banners, posters and hoardings across the city within a week with the election code of conduct kicking in. Three-fourth of these banners were of political parties. Mohan Adtani, additional municipal commissioner said, “A team has been formed to remove all the illegal banners in every ward and the deadline for the completion of this work is today (Thursday). The civic body is also photographing the advertisements on display which will be used as a proof while filing FIRs against offenders”. Sharad Bande, superitendent of BMC's license department said, “Offenders are iden-

istration has delayed the approvals even when the group leaders are ready for it. A senior BMC official added, “The High Court categorically has banned all hoardings except a few negotiations and the policy is already ready but I do not know about any delay in the approval process”. Bande added, “The FIRs are still getting filed in various wards by the licence inspectors, but it takes time as the verification has to be done before a prosecution is carried out”. As per the court's order in March last year, the civic authority has removed around 40,000 illegal hoardings, banners and posters – more than 70 per cent of which were political. khushboo.panjabi@afternoondc.in

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n the ongoing probe into the murder and rape of 23year-old techie Esther Anuhya, investigators have recovered several materials and articles of the deceased for corroborating evidence against the main accused. The recovered materials have been sent to forensic laboratory for DNA analysis, said police. These materials include a pair of spectacles, a jeans

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pant, two T-shirts and a capris pant, informd the police adding that these materials were recovered at the behest of the main accused identified as Chandrabahan Sanap (28).

A team of 20 officials from Mumbai's crime branch were involved in the search operation along with 45 men and 40 recruits led by ACP Praful Bhosale. Meanwhile, the police has recorded the statements of the Bhatjis (perThe investigators have son who performs puja in been unsuccessful in recover- temple) from Trimbakeshwar ing Anuhya's laptop which and Nashik. Sanap had thrown in a river During the interrogation, between the Ambivali and the police learnt that out of Sahad railway stations while the two mobile phones used he was on his way to Nashik. by the accused, one belonged

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he Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the Maharashtra government, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Shubhada and Sukhada housing societies in Worli, to file their affidavits in reply to a petition alleging corruption in permissions granted to these buildings. RTI activist Amit Maru had filed the PIL alleging several rules were flouted while granting permission to the multistoreyed Shubhada and Sukhada buildings, home to several politicians. A division bench of Justices Anoop Mohta and M S Sonak directed the two societies, the state and the BMC to file their affidavits in reply within four weeks.

napped and then killed by Sanap on the monring of January 5, when she had landed at Lokmanya Tilak Termius railway station in Tilak Nagar at Chembur. Sanap was recently arrested from the city by Mumbai's crime branch. neel.shah@afternoondc.in

Celebrating an eco-friendly Holi ‘Mumbai Goes Green’ is promoting a dry and eco-friendly Holi festival in an effort to conserve water and soil By Gayatri Sahasrabuddhe

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to a brothel owner in Grant Road area of South Mumbai. The brothel owner identified the accused pointing that he had visited the brothel on the evening of Anant Chaturdashi last year. Also sent to the forensic laboratory for DNA testing are the blood, nail clipping and semen of the accused. Sanap has given his consent to undergo psychology tests and potency test apart from other tests. Anuhya was allegedly kid-

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ith the state facing a terrible drought (one of the worst in 40 years) impacting around 1/5th of Maharashtra, 'Mumbai Goes Green', a social enterprise, is promoting a dry and eco-friendly Holi in an effort to conserve water and soil. Around 3,905 villages in 12 districts of Marathwada and Western Maharashtra are already facing an acute shortage of water. It's time we wake up and do our bit in any way we can. 'Mumbai Goes Green' has been selling eco-friendly colours for the last two years, with this year being the third year of sale. Normal colours sold in the market are prepared from harmful substances such as acids, mica, glass powder and alkalis. These ingredients are not easily degradable and are not easily

removed from waste water by convential waste water treatments. These colours also cause serious skin complications and allergies. Colours by 'Mumbai Goes Green' are 100 per cent organic and natural and made from vegetables and natural ingredients like Haldi, Kumkum, Indigo, Rice, and Arrowroot causing no harm to the skin. Mana Chatterjee, Director, 'Mumbai Goes Green', who has been tirelessly promoting the cause said, “The colour you get outside is cheap and toxic and full of chemicals. Our colours need 50 per cent less water to wash off than other colours sold in the market. They are completely non chemical and do not harm fish in the water”. According to Chatterjee, the response this year has been very good, with the enterprise selling 500 kgs of colour to the public with more sales ex-

pected in the next few days. She points out though, that many Mumbaikars get dissuaded by the price and are looking for cheaper options. She added, “We need to step up. We can only be successful if Mumbai pitches in. We are trying to change Mumbaikars' lifestyle. We want to make a difference together. We need to leave some earth for our children”. You can order these colours from www.mumbaigoesgreen.com or by calling 9821627416/9892465173. You can buy five colors (500 grams) for Rs.250 and avail of home delivery in Mumbai at a nominal charge of Rs.50 and across India (delivery will take two days).You can also help by spreading the word and join them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MumbaiGoesGreen gayatri@afternoondc.in

A special 21-page Jamshedi Navroze supplement is being brought out in the Afternoon Despatch & Courier issue of March 18. Please book your copies in advance as there is matter that enthrall not only our Parsi/Irani patrons, but also all our regular readers. To celebrate this 'festive spring season' with pomp and grandeur we give you insights and information about various restaurants, cafes and outlets, movies that are the rage, Parsi nataks, and most importantly, interesting profiles of notable Zarathushtis from all walks of life. Jamshedi Navroze Greetings to all Parsi/Irani Zarathushtis.


06 CHANGE OF NAME I have changed my name from Nurjhan Haji Khajasab to Nisha Shrikant Mahajan as per Affidavit. C-39565 I have changed my name from Shafiq Ahmed Hussain Mian Patel to Mohd Shafiq Hussainmiya Patel as per Affidavit. C-39566 I have changed my name from Manisha Laxman Sukeen to Manisha Lachhman Shownkeen as per Affidavit. C-39567 I have changed my name from Laxman Sukeen to Lachhman Shownkeen as per Affidavit. C-39568 I have changed my name from Sureshkumar Mohanlal Mal to Suresh Mohanlal Mal as per Affidavit. C-39569 I have changed my name from Jigna Suresh Mall to Jigna Suresh Mal as per Affidavit. C-39570 I have changed my name from Suresh Mohanlal Mall to Suresh Mohanlal Mal as per Affidavit. C-39571 I have changed my name from Balvindar Yadav to Bhoopendra Yadav as per Affidavit. C-39572 I have changed my name from Nazmunnisa Usmanali to Siddiqui Najmunisa Munir Ahmed as per Affidavit. C-39573 I have changed my name from Rupesh Kumar Mukesh Sharma to Rupesh Mukesh Sharma as per Affidavit. C-39574 I have changed my name from Sumalatha Dawson to Febah Martin as per Affidavit. C-39575 I have changed my name from Anil Tufani Jaiswar to Anilkumar Tufani Jaiswar as per Affidavit. C-39576 I have changed my name from Pravinkumar Chandrakant Suryavanshi to Pravin Chandrakant Gurav as per Affidavit. C-39577 I have changed my name from Jagadish Himmatrao Bedse to Jagdish Himmatrao Bedse as per Affidavit. C-39578 I have changed my name from Mr. Feroz Khan Sanaullah to Mr. Feroz Alam Sanaullah Khan as per Affidavit. C-39579 I have changed my name from Ms Pavithra Shivrama Bhandari to Pavithra Shivrama Bhandary As per Affidavit. C-39580 I have changed my name from Gupta Rahul Uttamchand to Gupta Rahul Uttam as per Affidavit. C-39581 I have changed my name from Prakash Jhamnadas Bhojraj to Anil Jhamandas Purswani as per Affidavit. C-39582

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I have changed my name from Jhamnadas Bhojraj to Jhamandas Purswani as per Affidavit. C-39583

I have changed my name from Zuleikha Ibrahim Jummani to Zuleikha Bachoo Jummani as per Affidavit dated 12-03-2014. C-39601

I have changed my name from Shabina Akbar Patel to Shabanabanu Mohd Hussain Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39619

I have changed my name from Mr.Sadiqhe Mohd Hussin Shaikh to Mr.Sadik Husain Shaikh as per Affidavit dated 25/02/2014. C-39584

I have changed my name from Sabiha A. Raouf Mulla to Sabiha Abdul Rauf Mukadam as per Affidavit Dated 12.03.2014. C-39602

I have changed my name from Melessa Delin Baptista to Melessa Gleason Creado as per Affidavit. C-39620

I have changed my name from Shabnam Razzak Baig to Shabnam Mohammed Mansur Shaikh as per Affidavit dated:12/03/2014. C-39585

I have changed my name from Abdul Husain Mulla Hatimbhai Baksha to Abbas Hatim Baxa as per Affidavit dated 12.03.2014. C-39603

I have changed my name from Saira Bi Umer Khan to Saira Umer Khan as per Affidavit.

I have changed my name from Abdul Majid Shaikh to Abdul Majid Iqbal Chaviwala as per Affidavit. C-39604

C-39586 I have changed my name from Harsha Navinchandra Jain to Harshika Deeptan Lodaya as per Affidavit. C-39587 I have changed my name from Huzoor Alam to Huzoor Alam Sayyed as per Affidavit. C-39588 I have changed my name from Zaibunissa Mohd Yunus Khatri to Jebunisa Yusuf Khatri as per Affidavit. C-39589 I have changed my name from Mr.Santosh Kumar Pal to Mr.Santosh Pal as per Deedpoll Affidavit No-KL 242695. C-39590 I have changed my name from Daaniyal Zahir Hasan Shaikh to Daniyal Zahir Hasan Khan as per Affidavit. C-39591 I have changed my name from Shabana Ismail Mina to Shabana Hasan Patel as per Affidavit. C-39592 I have changed my name from Hajatay Musharaf Abdullah Fakih to Musharraf Abdullah Fakih Hajatay as per Affidavit. C-39593 I have changed my name from Shahin Abdullah Hajatay to Shaheen Abdullah Fakih Hajatay as per Affidavit. C-39594 I Mother Ms Preeti Tiwari Have changed my minor son name from Aarav Suresh Sharma to Aarav Tiwari as per Gazette No U-39591. C-39595 I have changed my name from Vilasani Sadashiv Kambale to Uma Avinash Diwakar as per Affidavit. C-39596 I have changed my name from Mahesh Bajaj to Mahesh Kumar Bajaj as per Affidavit. C-39597 I have changed my name from Ramwater Bajaj to Ramawatar Bajaj as per Affidavit. C-39598 I have changed my name from Nirmala Kumari Chiranji Lal Bidawatka to Nirmala Mahesh Kumar Bajaj as per Affidavit. C-39599 I have changed my name from Atulbhai Lalseta to Atulkumar Lalseta as per Affidavit. C-39600

I have changed my name from Haresh Sawant to Harish Sawant as per Affidavit. C-39621 I have changed my name from Abdul Kalam to Abdul Kalam Khan as per Affidavit. C-39622 I have changed my name from Munera Arif Khan to Munira Arif Khan as per Affidavit. C-39623

I have changed my name from Ansari Mohmad Sahdab Mohamad Nasim to Ansari Shadab Mohamad Nasim as per Affidavit. C-39605

I have changed my name from Priya Ramchand Mirchandani to Esha Shailesh Jagtiani as per Affidavit. C-39624

I have changed my name from Neha to Neha Shah Memon as per Affidavit. C-39606

I have changed my name from Girija Padmanabhan to Girija Dwayne Pinto as per Affidavit. C-39625

I have changed my name from Badsa Rashid Khan to Badsha Rashid Khan as per Affidavit. C-39607

I have changed my name from Manisha Anant Bhosale to Shraddha Chandrashekhar Parab as per Affidavit. C-39626

I have changed my name from Tabrez Sohrab Ahmad to Tabrez Sohrab Momin as per Affidavit. C-39608 I have changed my name from Sohrab Ahmad to Sohrab Momin as per Affidavit. C-39609 I have changed my name from Jaswantrai Mohanlal Vora to Jaswant Mohanlal Vora as per Affidavit. C-39610 I have changed my name from Swarup Shashikant Kakade to Swaroop Shashikant Kakde as per Affidavit. C-39611 I have changed my name from Nirmal Shanmugam. Mudliar to Nirmal Shanmugam Mudaliyar as per Affidavit. C-39612 I have changed my name from K. Shanmugam Mudliar to Shanmugam Mudliyar as per Affidavit. C-39613 I have changed my name from S. Thilogum to Thilagam Shanmugam Mudaliyar as per Affidavit. C-39614 I have change my name from Aboo Baker to Khan Abubakar Nizamuddin as per Affidavit. C-39615 I have change my name from Sonde Irham Mukhtar to Dalvi Elhaam Muazzam as per Affidavit. C-39616 I have change my name from Bandarkar Fatima Bi Suleman to Bade Fatima Mohiddin as per Affidavit. C-39617 I have changed my name from Vijay Gaba Shirsath to Vijay Gaba Shirsat as per Affidavit. C-39618

I have changed my name from Amrit Krishna Parab to Amrut Krishna Parab as per Affidavit. C-39627 We Senthil Kumar Thiruchitrambalam & Gloria Senthil Kumar changed our child name from Asher Sheshan Mudliyar to Sheshan Senthil Kumar as per Affidavit. C-39628 I have changed my name from Senthil Balam Mudliyar to Senthil Kumar Thiruchitrambalam as per Affidavit. C-39629 I have changed my name from Priyanka Senthil Kumar & Gloria Senthil Mudliyar to Gloria Senthil Kumar as Per Affidavit. C-39630

I have changed my name from Sabiha Mohammed Jarar Tungekar to Sabiha Mohammed Zarrar Fitrat as per Affidavit. C-39637 I have changed my name from Tarakumari Bhagvatilal Jain to Tara Bhagvatilal Jain as per Affidavit. C-39638 I have changed my name from Wadeendra Nanjanagood to Wadheendra Nanjangud as per Affidavit. C-39639

I have changed my name from Giri Ajaykumar Surendra to Ajay Surendra Giri as per Affidavit. C-39657 I have changed my name from Gopichand Nilkanthrao Borse to Gopichand Nilkanth Borse as per Affidavit. C-39658

I have changed my name from Vishal Pralhad Kamble to Vishal Pralhad Ghogavkar as per Affidavit. C-39641

I have changed my name from Jijabai Ramdas Patil to Jyoti Gopichand Borse as per Affidavit. C-39659

I have changed my name from Abdus Sami Pathan to Samir Khan Alikhan Pathan as per Affidavit. C-39642

I have changed my name from Rizwan Shaikh to Allauddin Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39660

I have changed my name from Bhanudas Joshwa to Bhanudas Joshua as per Affidavit. C-39643 I have from Joshwa Joshua

I have changed my name from Shedage Ankush Appaji to Ankush Appaji Shedge as per Affidavit. C-39661

changed my name Mangal Bhanudas to Mangala Bhanudas as per Affidavit. C-39644

I have changed my name from Bharatkumar Shantilal Momaya to Bharat Shantilal Momaya as per Affidavit. C-39662

I have changed name from Khalil Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim to Khalil Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim Sayyed as per Affidavit. C-39645

I have changed my name from Banchanidhi Maharana to Banchhanidhi Maharana as per Affidavit. C-39663

I have changed my name from Reshma Abdul Sattar Bobarji to Ayasha Samir Khan Pathan as per Affidavit. C-39646 I have changed my name from Shaikh Husen to Shaikh Mohammad Husain as per affidavit. C-39647 I have changed my name from Shaikh Muntaj Begam to Shaikh Mumtaj as per Affidavit C-39648 I have changed my name from Smita Sharad mehta to Sudha Sharad Mehta as per Affidavit . C-39649

I have changed my name from Thangam Sachidanandan Verma to Thangam Sachidanandan Varma as per Affidavit. C-39632

I have changed my name from Padmaja Dheerendra Raichur to Varada Nanjangud as per Affidavit. C-39650

I have changed my name from Maithilee to Balbir Kaur Patole as per Affidavit. C-39633

I have changed my name from Ashok Kumar to Ashok Kumar Kanojiya as per Affidavit. C-39651

I have changed my name from Lijimole Hydrose to Liji Muhammad Rafeeq Thottathikudi as per Affidavit. C-39634

I have changed my name from Rupali Harishchandra Shetye to Shraddha Sachin Raut as per Affidavit. C-39652

I have changed my name from Mohammed Zarar Mohammed Ibrahim Fitrat Tungekar to Mohammed Zarrar Mohammed Ibrahim Fitrat as per Affidavit. C-39636

I have changed my name from Sardar Mohd Kabir Abzal Hussain to Kabir Hussain Abzal Hussain Sardar as per Affidavit C-39656

I have changed my name from Mehulkumar Shah to Mehul Shah as per Affidavit. C-39640

I have changed my name from Regilla Sandra Andrade to Sandra Regilla Dsouza as per Affidavit. C-39631

I have changed my name from Sandeep Kumar Singh to Sandeep Anirudh Singh as Per Affidavit. C-39635

I have changed my name from Chheda Hitenkumar Nemjibhai to Chheda Hiten Nemji as per Affidavit. C-39655

I have changed my name from Priteshkumar Rameshbhai Doshi to Pritesh Ramesh Doshi as per Affidavit dated 12/03/2014. C-39653 I have changed my name from Rajeev Sawarmal Adukia to Rajiv Sawarmal Adukia as per Affidavit. C-39654

I have changed my name from Mazhar Husain Abbas Shamshul Hasan to Mazhar Husain Sayyed as per Affidavit. C-39664 I have changed my name from Rashmi Ramniklal Shah to Rashmikant Ramniklal Shah as per Affidavit. C-39665 I have changed my name from Andrea Libera to Andrea Archer as per Affidavit. C-39666 I have changed my name from Najma Nadir Shekh to Ayesha Nadir Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39667 I have changed my name from Arvind Kumar to Arvind Kumar Thakur as per Affidavit. C-39668 I have changed my name from Mohammad Ajaz Rabbani to Mohammad Ajaz Rabbani Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39669 I have changed my name from Amina Begum Mohd Yunus to Amina Yunus Shaikh as per Affidavit. C-39670 I Avani Alias Richa Deepak Dharod have changed my name to Richa Deepak Dharod as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 04/03/14. C-39671 I Seemaben Champaklal Shah have changed my name to Seema Dharmendra Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 11/03/14. C-39672

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Owner beats up employees FDA Food Inspector held for of his shop in Hyatt Hotel demanding bribe of ` 2 lakh

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State ACB have registered an FIR against Sarla Sachin Katawkar and Gautam Vishwanath Jagtap

Owner wanted the two employees to file a complaint against the shop manager who, acording to the owner, had been involved in a fraud

By Zuber Ansari

S The victims, Nitin Joshi and Shekhar Patil (2nd and 4th from left) with colleagues outside the Vakola Police Station. (Right) Charu Makin and Dr. Naveen Rao against whom an FIR has been lodged.

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wo employees – Nitin Joshi (29) and Shekhar Patil (30) – working in a shop in Hyatt Hotel, Kalina, were recently thrashed by Dr. Naveen Rao, the owner of the shop (Mihaus, a luxurious audio visual shop) they were working for and national head of the company Charu Makin. Rao and Charu also allegedly forced Joshi and Patil to file a false complaint against store manager Manoj Lokhande for a monetary fraud. The shop is situated in Hyatt hotel, G8 and G9. Senior police inspector Vinayak Mulay of Vakola police station said, “We have registered a case against Rao and Makin under section 342 wrongful confinement, 324 causing hurt by dangerous weapon, 506 criminal intimidation and 34 common intention. Both the accused are not arrested but are wanted in the case”. Joshi and Patil both have worked for the company for

over seven years. Joshi said, “On March 6, Rao and Makin behaved in a weird way. They began abusing me and Patil”. Patil said, “They called me in a room began hitting me with a rod. There are serious bruises on my legs.” Joshi said, “While I was banging the door and asked Rao to open it, he came out and hit me with the same rod”. Meanwhile, Makin abused the two. Joshi said, “I suffer from a heart disease. I have gone through angiography and was begging for water. Rao then asked office boy Bhushan Jadhav to bring extremely hot water”. Later Joshi and Patil were locked in a room and let off after 9 pm. The next day when Joshi and Patil came to work, Rao and Makin threatened them to file a complaint against Lokhande. Joshi said, “They forcefully took our signatures on a blank paper and locked us inside the room. In the evening when they were not

Oshiwara police arrest man who changes IMEI numbers of robbed mobile phones By Zuber Ansari

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ince the past two years, the Oshiwara police have been unable to trace the mobile phones being robbed in the locality. They were supposedly unaware that it is possible to change the International Mobile-station Equipment Identity (IMEI) number of mobile phones. On Wednesday, the Oshiwara police solved this mystery and arrested a 25-year-old software engineer who had changed the IMEI number of several phones. This IT crime came to light after a man named Ajit Shaikh, a businessman, approached the Cell Spot shop located in Sunshine building at Lokhandwala to sell his mobile phone. “The accused Mayank Kumar told me that I will be able to use the phone without any problem and do not have to sell it in such a low price. He demanded Rs.1,000 from me and said that I can use the phone without being

detected”, Shaikh said. I suspected foul play and did not reveal that the phone belongs to me. After installing some software, Kumar gave me the phone. I came out of the shop and noticed that the IMEI number of my phone had changed”, said Shaikh in his complaint to the police. After Shaikh approached the police, he was asked to go back to Kumar as the officers needed to nab him red handed. “On Wednesday, Shaikh went back to Kumar and asked him to repeat it on another phone. When Kumar installed the software we laid a trap and arrested him under various sections of the IT Act”, said PI Baburao Mukhedkar of Oshiwara police station. Kumar has been working for the shop since a few months before which he used to work for various mobile service provider companies. The software that Kumar used to change the IMEI number is called Jet 3x.

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present we somehow managed to free ourselves and went straight to Vakola police station to register a complaint. There are CCTV cameras but Rao took away the hard disk”. In his defense, Rao said over a phone call, “Lokhande has done fraud of several lakhs. He is the mastermind. The two employees are taking his side. All allegations are false. I never hit them. I am not hiding and I am in Mumbai. The FIR is false.” PSI Deepak Shinde of Vakola Police station said that after verifying all the facts and medical reports, an FIR would be filed.

leuths of state Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) have arrested a Food Inspector of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for demanding bribe from the complainant to help him quash the case which she had registered against him in February 2013. The Food Inspector was attached to the FDA office in Bandra at a senior post while her colleague, Assistant Commissioner, Food and Additional Charge also allegedly played a vital role in the crime. The ACB is currently verifying his role. According to ACB sources, the complainant in the case has a milk distribution organisation in Ahmednagar but he supplies milk in Thane and Mumbai as well. In February 2013, the FDA department had registered a case against his organisation allegaing that he supplies sub-standard

milk in the city. Food Inspector Sarla Sachin Khatawkar asked him to meet Assistant Commissioner (Food-Additional Charge) Gautam Vishwanath Jagtap who demanded Rs.2 lakh to help them out of the case. The man paid a sum of Rs.1 lakh in advance but almost after six months (August 2013), Sarla Khatawkar rung him up and asked him to meet her at D' Mart Shopping Mall in Vashi demanding Rs.50,000. The man then forcefully paid Rs.25,000 to her, sources said. In December 2013, the complainant was shocked after he got a call from FDABandra asking him to appear

for a hearing for the two cases registered against him. When he did appear, Sarla Khatawkar again demanded Rs.2 lakh from him to quash the case. This time the complainant approached the ACB and lodged a complaint on Monday. The ACB on Tuesday registered an FIR after verifying all the facts and nabbed Khatawkar while accepting the bribe in Vashi at Navi Mumbai. “We are verifying the role of Assistant Commissioner (Food-Additional Charge) Gautam Vishwanath Jagtap, because the complainant has mentioned his name in the complaint”, sources added.

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I Dharmendrakumar Manubhai Shah have changed my name to Dharmendra Manubhai Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 11/03/14. C-39673 I Miss. Jalabala Shivling Parab have changed my name to Mrs. Reha Rajendra Pednekar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39674 I Duryodhan have changed my name to Shamsher as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 07/03/14. C-39675 I Sanjiv Kumar Ramanlal Shah have changed my name to Mr. Sanjeev Ramanlal Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 10/03/14. C-39676 I Heenaben Sanjiv Shah have changed my name to Heena Sanjeev Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 10/03/14. C-39677 I Rajani Boob have changed my name to Rajani Sampatkumar Somani as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 14/02/14. C-39678 I Girishkumar Vallabhdas Thakkar have changed my name to Girish Vallabhdas Thakkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39679 I Jayshreeben Prabhudas Devani have changed my name to Jayshree Girish Thakkar as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39680 I Reethamma Thottumkal Joseph have changed my name to Rita Devasia Vallooran as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39681 I Gangaben @ Geetaben Gordhanbhai Shankarbhai Brahambhatt have changed my name to Barot Geeta Dinesh as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 10/03/14. C-39682 I Barot Dineshbhai Ratilal have changed my name to Barot Dinesh Ratilal as per Deedpoll Affidavit Dated: 10/03/14. C-39683 I Daarmistha Vishnu Mewada have changed my name to Dharmishta Vishnu Mewada as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 28/01/14. C-39684 I Navinkumar Hiralal have changed my name to Navinkumar Hiralal Jain as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 11/03/14. C-39685 I Rupa Rajesh Brahmbhatt have changed my name to Rupal Rajesh Brahmbhatt as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 10/03/14. C-39686 I Vinodbhai Laxmidas Mistry have changed my name to Vinod Laxmidas Mistry as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 16/01/14. C-39687

CLASSIFIEDS I Mrs. Jyotiben Vinod Mistry have changed my name to Mrs. Jyoti Vinod Mistry as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 16/01/14. C-39688 I Avnish Mayashankar Dwivedi have changed my name to Avnish Mayashankar Dubey as per Maharashtra Government Gazette No. X-17559 dated: 01/10/2009. C-39689 I Mr. Bhavinkumar Indralal Shukla have changed my name to Mr. Bhavin Inderlal Shukla as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39690 I Mr. Indralal Ratanlal Shukla have changed my name to Mr. Inderlal Ratanlal Shukla as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39691 I Parubai Kalyan Pawar have changed my name to Parvati Kalyan Pawar as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39692 I Kaniz Fatima Hashme have changed my name to Kanez Fatima Hashme as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39693 I Chandansingh Raisingh have changed my name to Chandan Singh Raisingh Khatri as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39694

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I Dilip Parmar have changed my name to Dilip Kumar Parmar as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39705 I Firoz Ahmed Abdus Salim have changed my name to Firoz Badshah Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39706 I Salim Abdul Shaikh & Abdus Salim have changed my name to Badshah Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39707 I Gafura Salim Abdul Shaikh & Gaffurunnisa Abdus Salim have changed my name to Gafunanisa Badshah Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39708 I Mrs.Smita Joji Varghese have changed our minor son’s name from Vadodil Joji Jeremy to Vododil Jeremy Joji as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39709 I Himaksha Satish Patel have changed my name to Himax Satish Patel as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39710 I Mohamad Sajid Gulam Shaikh have changed my name to Sajid Gulam Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39711 I Patani Jayesh Babulal have changed my name to Jitendra Babulal Shah as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39712

I Rukminidevi Asulalji Lalwani have changed my name to Rukminidevi Madanlal Golecha as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39695

I Charuben Vasantilal Dangi have changed my name to Charu Bharatkumar Sanghavi as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39713

I Vijaya Gimhawanekar my name to Sawardekar as Affidavit.

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I Bharatkumar Popatbhai Sanghvi have changed my name to Bharatkumar Popatbhai Sanghavi as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39714

I Pareshkumar Damjee Chhadawa have changed my name to Paresh Damji Chhadva as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39697

I Mili Bharatkumar Sanghvi have changed my name to Mili Bharatkumar Sanghavi as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39715

I Damjee Karsi Chhadawa have changed my name to Damji Karsi Chhadva as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39698

I Chanu Bharatkumar Sanghvi have changed my name to Charu Bharatkumar Sanghavi as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39716

I Chitrarekha Bhagirath Takawale have changed my name to Chhaya Suresh Jagtap as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39699

I Sameer Ahmad Azaruddin Pathan have changed my name to Sameer Azaruddin Pathan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/14. C-39717

I Sabbir Faqruddin Kachwala have changed my name to Shabbir Fakhruddin Kachwala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39700

I Mohammed Hanif have changed my name to Mohammed Hanif Khan as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/2014. C-39718

Ramchandra have changed Vijaya Vijay per Deedpoll

I Faqruddin Abbasbhai Kachwala have changed my name to Fakhruddin Abbasbhai Kachwala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39701 I Munira Faqruddin Kachwala have changed my name to Sugra Fakhruddin Kachwala as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39702 I Parmar Manishkumar Kailash have changed my name to Parmar Manish Kailashchandra as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39703 I Parmar Kailash have changed my name to Parmar Kailashchandra as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39704

I Safir Abdul Kadar have changed my name to Shafi Abdul Kadar Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/2014. C-39719 I Sonia Rani Sohan Lal have changed my name to Sonia Satish Shetty as per Deedpoll Affidavit dated: 12/03/2014. C-39720 We Mohammed Hanimiya Khokon & Mehboob Bi Mohammed Khokon have changed our minor son’s name from Khokon Mudhadsheer Mohammed to Khokan Mudhadshir Mohamad as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39721

I Kishori Waman Satam have changed my name to Manali Rajesh Dalvi as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39722 I Nizamoddin Shaikh have changed my name to Nizamuddin Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39723 I Shabnum Shaikh have changed my name to Shabnam Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39724 I Nizammuddin Shaikh have changed my name to Nizamuddin Shaikh as per Deedpoll Affidavit. C-39725

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The BJP farmers' cell leader criticises Centre for announcing meager aid to farmers affected by hailstorm and unseasonal rains

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ers affected by unseasonal natural calamities. However, JP Kisan Morcha na- the state government instead tional president and ex- has announced a compensaMLC Pasha Patel lashed tion of just Rs.4,500 per out at the state government hectare which will not recover for announcing meager aid to the huge losses that farmers farmers affected by hailstorm in 28 districts of the state have and unseasonal rains that suffered. Patel, an agricultural expert have lashed most parts of the state since the last fortnight. himself, argued that crops in Speaking to newspersons 14 lakh hectares in 28 districts here yesterday, he said that have been destroyed by unthe Hooda committee ap- seasonal hailstorm and rainpointed by the Centre in 2010 fall. He said that the Hooda had in its report recom- committee had recommended mended that the government to the Centre on granting aid give compensation of while taking into account the Rs.25,000 per hectare to farm- life-span of horticulture crops BJP Kisan Morcha national president and ex-MLC Pasha Patel

like grapes, pomegranates, bananas as some crop varieties take a longer duration to bear fruits. Patel stated that while the per hectare yield of some crops like cereals and pulses ranges between Rs.60,000 to Rs.65,000, the government was offering an aid ranging between Rs.4,500 to Rs.12,000 per hectare. He said that such a meager aid will not at all help the farmers to recover from the loss. Patel added that the Centre was also guilty of deliberately fixing lower minimum support price for procurement of foodgrains.

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eeding to Election Commission of India's (ECI) appeal to eligible voters to enrol themselves in the voter list during its special drive on March 9, a record number of 83,595 voters enrolled their names across the metropolis. In all 6.88 lakh voters across the 35 districts in the state registered themselves in the special drive undertaken by the ECI last Sunday. In district wise comparison, Pune district tops the list with max-

imum of 75,000 voters enrolling themselves during the special drive. The ECI had conducted a special drive last Sunday to enable all eligible voters who had not been able to enroll their names by filing Form 6. Out of the total 83,595 voters enrolled across the city, 12,641 voters have enrolled themselves as voters in Mumbai City district, while 70,954 voters have enrolled themselves in Mumbai Suburban district. In neighbouring

EC’s special drive yields record voter enrolment from metropolis Totally 83,595 eligible voters registered their names in the voters list last Sunday File Pic

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Thane district a total of 70,000 voters have enrolled their names. A total of 45,506 voters have enrolled their names in Solapur district, 36,643 voters in Aurangabad district, 34,732 voters in Nagpur district, 29,470 voters in Jalgaon district and 27,172 voters enrolled in Amravati district. The other districts having enrollment in excess of 10,000 voters include: Satara 15,976, Sangli 16,801, Kolhapur 15,396, Nashik 18,371, Dhule 12,254, Beed 12,000, Nanded 15,000, Latur 14,000, Akola 16,500, Yavatmal 14,256, Buldhana 15,522, Washim 12,570 and Chandrapur 17,000 voters. The ECI has already clarified that all those voters who have turned 18 years of age as

The BJP leader further stated that political leaders cutting across party lines should make a rational demand for enhanced compensation rather than making vague demands. Replying to queries over future course of action, Patel stated that this time around the farmers instead of agitating would vote out the anti-farmer government. Commenting upon the government making excuses citing model code of conduct in force for the Lok Sabha polls, Patel thundered, “Are they going to hold elections over the dead bodies of our farmers?”

on January 1 this year and who still have not enrolled as voters in the special drive can do so till March 24. All such voters who could not avail the facility can approach the central polling station of their assembly constituency. All eligible voters can dial toll free Number's – 1800221952 or 1950 for assistance.

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A story of hope in dismal times

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Ponder awhile... “When we are sick, we want an uncommon doctor; when we have a construction job to do, we want an uncommon engineer, and when we are at war, we want an uncommon general. It is only when we get into politics that we are satisfied with the common man.” — Herbert Hoover

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UR founder would like to meet you before the panel discussion”, said the man who picked me up from Bhubaneshwar airport last week. We were in the lobby of the Mayfair Hotel and so we sat and waited and while we waited he told me about the man we waited for. “His father died when he was five and then he went through a long period of poverty and hardship so he was determined to do something to help people escape poverty. So he has dedicated himself to this and has never married HY did the police take no action when for this reason. He lives in a small rented Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) workers pulled house and does not even have his own office. down metal detectors at the Churchgate He works 17 hours a day.” station? Why did the railway police not help Then he stopped and smiled as the man he commuters at several stations on the Western was telling me about had just walked in. Dr. Railway between Andheri and Churchgate – Achyuta Samanta is a diminutive man with a when they were pushed around by the AAP pleasant face and a nice smile but this is not workers. Thousands of office-goers could not the first thing I noticed about him. The first go to work on time and they were seen hope- thing I noticed was that I hardly noticed him lessly trying to getting into the suburban lo- when he walked in. His manner is so simple cals. Why was there no crackdown by and self-effacing that it took me a minute to the police when the AAP workers damaged work out that this was the founder of what is properly, abused and caused inconvenience probably the largest charitable school for Adito thousands of railway commuters? The vasi children in the world. It is called the AAP, which claims it works for the 'aam Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS). aadmi,' has actually hurt 'aam aadmi' in Mumbai. What is a matter for concern is the inaction of the railway police. They stood by and did I have been to Bhubaneshwar many times nothing when hundreds of Aam Aadmi Party but I had not heard of it till late last year when workers went on a rampage. What has caused a lady with the unusual name of Mona Lisa the sudden paralysis of the railway police? Bal wrote to ask me if I would be part of a Did they have orders from above? The AAP Women's Day panel discussion in KIIT Unimen were completely lawless and it is sur- versity. I said no and explained that this was prising that at no stage of their distinctive ac- because every time I made a commitment of this kind some big journalistic reason usually tion were they pulled up. The State Home minister said after the caused me to ditch at the last minute. But, she damage was done, if property was destroyed, was persistent and so it was that I was in action will be taken. The railway administra- Bhubaneshwar on March 8 despite a chance tion did not bother about issuing an apology. to be moderator of Narendra Modi's 'Chai Pe They have reacted to the vandalism and in- Charcha' in Delhi. The chance to meet Modi convenience caused to the public in a cava- at this point in such an exciting election lier manner. It is their duty to ensure tempted me to ditch at the last minute but I protection to the commuters and see that no felt bad doing this and so I went. And, am I glad I did because if I had not seen KISS with inconvenience is caused to them. What AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal probably my own eyes I would not have believed it has not realised is that the first impression he could exist. Even as I write this I can hardly believe it has created is totally against his party. He knows he does not have a ghost of a chance does or that one man could have created a in the forthcoming Lok Sabha poll scenario in vast infrastructure of educational institutions that charge full fees to enable KISS to provide Mumbai.

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its Adivasi students not just with free school education but with everything else they need. Food, clothes and hostel accommodation and for those who want to go for higher education there are seats reserved in the colleges of KIIT University. KIIT (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology) was started on a humble scale twenty years ago and today is a university that includes medical and dental colleges, an institute of fashion technology and an international school. But, in my view it is KISS that is Dr. Samanta's real achievement. After driving around the sprawling campus of KIIT University I was taken to a collection of

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ON THE SPOT Tavleen Singh yellow buildings on the edge of a wasteland on which children played. “These are all KISS children”, said Chitta Panda who had been my guide since he picked me up at the airport. The children played on the edge of an unsightly garbage dump and I, cynical still, pointed out that even if these were Adivasi children from poor families they should not be playing so close to a garbage dump. He said they could do nothing about the garbage because the land that the children had made their playing field belonged to the government. This did not seem to me like a good enough excuse and I continued being cynical until I talked to children studying in KISS and heard them tell me how much their lives had changed since they had come to school. They came from very poor Adivasi villages, they said, and saw their parents only once a year in the summer holidays but did not miss home because they were so fulfilled with

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LL the myriad colours in the universe are but the different grades and shades of light, the creator of all elements, which has decorated the heavens so beautifully with sun, moon, plants, and stars; which has made the land and water; with all the beauties of the lower spheres, in some parts dull ad in some parts bright, which man has named light and shade. The sun, moon, planets and stars, the brilliance of electricity, lesser light of gas, lamp, candle, coal and wood, all sow the sun reappearing in different forms; the sun is reflected in all things, be they dull pebbles or sparkling diamonds, and their radiance is according to their capability of reflections. This sows that light is the one and only source, and the cause of the whole creation. “God is the light of the heaven and of the earth”, the Holy Koran says, and we read in Genesis, “And God said: let there be light, and there was light”. All forms on whatever plane they exist, are

what they were learning in school. What about very small children, I asked one of the teachers, were they not homesick? He admitted that they often were but the youngest children in the school were over seven years old so it was easier to explain to them what they were doing here. I was taken on a tour of the KISS campus and shown the school gym and conference room and the cupboards filled with trophies won by KISS students, some in international competitions. And, I was taken to see a vast dining room in which it was possible for 7,000 children to eat their meals at the same time and by the end of the tour my cynicism had vanished and I began to see Dr. Samanta in a new light.

molded under the law of affinity. Every atom attracts towards itself the atom of its own element; every positive atom attracts the negative atom of its own element; every negative attracts the positive; yet each attraction is different and distinct. These atoms group together and make a form. The atoms of the abstract plane group together and make

MATTER & SPIRIT forms of light and colour; these and all different forms of the finer forces of life are seen by the seer. The forms of the mental plane are composed of the atoms of that plane; these are seen by the mind's eye and are called imagination. On the physical plane this process may e seen in a more concrete form. They mystic sees on the abstract plane one or other element predominating at a certain time, either ether, air, fore, water or earth.

He has built an institution that is replicable and if replicated on a smaller scale in Adivasi areas across India could provide the most powerful weapon to win the war against poverty. The key to winning this war is not by throwing cheap food grain and dole at those living in extreme poverty but by helping them escape the horrors of it by giving them an education. What is commendable about KISS is that it has been built without any help from the government. Not even the land on which the school stands has been given free. This is more than likely to be the main reason why KISS is such a success story because had it been controlled by officials of our many ministries of poverty and rural development I have no doubt at all that they would have interfered in the most unhelpful way. Proof lies in the appalling standards that exist in state institutions for children's welfare across India. From my own work with street children in Mumbai I can tell you that children prefer life in the streets than in the prison-like conditions of government controlled children's homes in this city. When they are locked up for begging or vagrancy I spend days getting them released. So perhaps what we need to win the war against poverty is for more private citizens to do what Dr. Samanta has done in Bhubaneshwar. I have told you his story today because on the flight back to Mumbai I felt ashamed that as a journalist, deeply interested in the war against poverty, I had never even heard of KISS. Every element in the finer forces of life is rendered intelligible by the direction of its activity and color; and the various forms of light show its different rates of activity. For instance the feeling of humor develops into greater humor, and sadness into a deeper sorrow, ad so it is with the imagination: every pleasant thought develops a pleasure and expands into still pleasanter thought, and every disagreeable imagination grows and becomes more intense. Again, on the physical plane we not only see men dwelling together incites and villages, but even beasts and birds living in flocks and herds; coal is found in the coalmine, and gold in the gold-mine; the forest contains thousands of trees, where as the desert holds not a single one. All this proves the power of affinity which collects and groups the kindred atoms, and makes of them numerous forms, there by creating an illusion before the eye of a man who thus forgets the one source in the manifestation of variety. The direction taken by every element to make a form depends upon the nature of its activity. — Hazrat Inayat Khan


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Historical facts hidden by 'secular' parties THE “secular” parties have been deliberately hiding some historical facts while launching tirades against the “communal” BJP and RSS: 1. At the time of Partition, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Dr. Ambedkar had proposed the exchange of Hindu-Muslim population between India and Pakistan, i.e. Hindus of Pak to be brought to India and Indian Muslims to shift to Pakistan, 2. It was the 'Iron Man' Sardar who persuaded Nehru to lift the ban on RSS after the designated Court found no evidence against the organization in the Mahatma TRUE INFO: Vallabhbhai Patel Gandhi assassination case, 3. Firm action by the Sardar in persuaded Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to lift sending Indian Army to Hyder- the ban on RSS after the court found no abad in 1948 prevented the evidence against the organisation in Nizam-ordered total genocide of Gandhiji's assassination. Hindus, who were his own sub   jects. Nehru was reluctant to send troops to stop the religious bigot's THE Congress-led secular lobby frequently accuses the BJP-RSS of mass slaughter of Hindus. — Jorhat Singh, Kandivali trying to divide the country. I

Putin must help Syrians THIS is to request President Vladimir Putin of Russia to intervene actively again to resolve the Syria imbroglio as expeditiously as possible, due to the immense hardship it is causing to the ordinary people of the country. Recently I was on a professional visit to Yemen and observed Syrian refugees at var-

would like to put a few counterquestions to them in this regard: 1. Was it the Muslim League, or the RSS/ Hindu Mahasabha that demanded and achieved the vivisection of the then undivided India on religious lines? 2. In order to hasten the process of creation of Pakistan, who threatened Direct Action that led to the mass slaughter of Hindus across the country? 3. In independent India, who carved out a separate district of Mallapuram in Kerala to be exclusively a Muslim majority district? No "secularist" without exception, has raised even a faintest word of protest against this blatantly communal measure. 4. Why the State of Jammu & Kashmir and parts of N E India have been officially declared as Disturbed Areas? The common factor in these two cases is that the Hindu citizens living there have been reduced to a minority. — Arun Malankar, Santacruz

new party as it stoops to seek publicity', ADC, March 10). His forthright statement: "the Aam Aadmi Party is no different form the existing parties...(it) is a motley crowd of self-seekers glued together by the sole objective of seeking power through the shortest possible route" says it all eloquently. He further says that "if Arvind Kejriwal comes across as sincere to some, it is only because he plays the outsider to the hilt, despite messing around with power for 49 terrible days as Delhi's chief minister". He adds that he has tactically surrendered power for more power which is absolutely correct.. Medha Patkar, on the other hand, even while disapproving of Kejriwal's hasty plunge into the political quagmire, has no qulams about accepting his ticket for contesting the Lok Sabha polls from Mumbai — S.P. Sharma, Mumbai North-East. Her views that "in 49 days, the party achieved more than any other party" and that Kejriwal was "compelled to resign" have to WHILE our nation is on bated be taken with a large pinch of salt. — Dr. V. Subramanyan, Thane breath and on the crossroad of history, at this critical juncture, it is the duty and responsibility of every voter to make conscious choice and select only those whose honesty, in- THE MH-370 flight of the Malaysian tegrity, public service and creden- air liner between Kuala Lumpur ( KL tials are known, irrespective of their parties, and who will save the nation and democracy. It is very sad, and all are aware of the unbearable and disgraceful conditions in the country, and that too, TO destroy Modi’s prospects in in spite of our rich civilisation of the LS polls of 2014, the Congress centuries and mosaic culture and is desperately trying to dig deeply India being a home of all religions, into the personal life of the Gusome of our past leaders imbued by jarat CM. They feel that NaMo is greed have ruined the country, and concealing the fact about his the nation today is steeped in cormarried life that has failed to last. ruption, violence, scams, poverty They are also scanning through and unemployment. Hence, each the column about the marital stavoter must be enthused with a vitus in his nomination form. But sion of founding fathers and ensure the main question that begs for that it will be a dawn of new era of an answer is – “Why this ‘innovadignified life for all and especially tive’ idea was not even thought of the poor, marginalised and rejected during the three successive Guwill begin to taste the fruits of freejarat Assembly polls which redom, which were denied to them all turned Modi to the CM’s throne along in the past. — Nicholas Fernandes, Marine Lines each time with an ever increasing margin?” note that the very word 'secularism' or 'being secular' is most misunderstood and misinterpreted in India. In the real sense of word, 'secularism' or 'being secular' means that religion does not play any part in the working of a nation or her people. The nation is foremost and all other religions, caste or creed is completely ignored. After all religion is a personal matter and not a national matter. Anybody is absolutely free to convert from any religion to any religion of his choice without state's interference or involvement. It amounts to 'One law one nation theory,' what is good for the nation is good for everybody, irrespective of caste, creed and religion. These are the indications in many advanced countries. But in India it is absolutely and diametricaly opposite. We do not have one law, one nation theory.

Cast your vote intelligently RESCUE ACT: The common Syrian people are suffering and the Russian President must intervene and save them from this tragic situation. ious street signals either begging or trying to sell items of daily use, e.g. water, tissues, beads, etc. to make a living. Even young kids aged around 6 to 12 have been reduced to begging on the streets. It is a heartrending sight. In the eyes of many of the children, I read anger, hurt and pain that this has become their lot in life and that we are not helping them adequately. Surely our world owes future generations of children, irrespective of region, religion, and country a better future. Syrian children who should be studying in schools are begging in the streets of neighboring countries. Is this right? — Rajendra K. Aneja, Dubai

Secularism misunderstood AS reported, elections are around the corner and various parties are fighting tooth and nail to outwit each other and started following 'holier than thou' attitude. But the main issue the political parties are fighting over and proving that they are secular while other parties are very non-secular or rather communal. But it would be worthwhile to

Malaysian airliner mystery

) & Beijing , a Boeing 777 jetliner took off Saturday at midnight ( KL local time ) without any hiccup but sooner it went out of the radar & no body knows what happened thereafter , 239 on board including cabin crew of 12 just vanished in thin air on Sunday Many theories of a possible air crash are floating in the air , however the fact is yet to be found . It includes five Indians out of which three were from Mumbai . The pilot is reported to be one of the best for this kind of wide bodied air craft as his past records bear the testimony to it . It is essential that the investigation should be carried out asap with the help of international expertise to ascertain what really did happen to this flight , as it is also alleged that four boarded the plane with stolen passports out of which two Italians had claimed that they are the losers . So the mystery is many fold , now lets hope that we get to the facts at the earliest with the hope that the passengers may survive, if the aircraft had not crashed . — Bikram Banerjea, Mumbai







THE missing Malaysian airplane is a colossal and chilling tragedy. The only silver lining in this heartrending situation is that countries like US, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, etc., who sometimes squabble amongst themselves, have brushed their differences aside and are cooperating to locate the missing plane. About 40 ships and 30 airplanes from many countries are trying to find the missing plane. This informal co-operation between countries is laudable. If it is an accident, we need to know so that manufacturers can fix the issues; if it is terrorism, we need to know so that we realize that the war on terror has to be intensified.

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pray for the safety of all the passengers and crew on the flight. — Vineet Phadtare, Borivali

Mumbai monorail a missive! APROPOS 'Seriously - it's a Rs 3,000 crore toy train!' ( ADC , Mar 10 ), indeed the monorail has been inaugurated with much fanfare for a month now for which this city boasts of having it first time in India , however so far the Mumbaikars are concerned they did not get the much required relief from this urban facility for their daily commuting to the work place . Primarily , it has been opened for a very small section of this huge linear metropolis & not connecting either the main hub in the town or that of the suburban area . The ADC report's statistics for the footfalls so far rightly reveals that most of the users have come for a fun ride than for any other purpose . A city comprising of an estimated 6 million daily local train commuters would hardly be able to appreciate such a costly facility , which did not come to their use for the practical purposes . However I still harbour hope that while the complete reach of nearly 20 Km between Wadala & Jacob Circle becomes operational , may be it would cater a bit for those who would use the monorail to commute, living along this route . — Bikram Banerjea, Mumbai

Ban on betting's ludicrous

APROPOS your cover story "Rs. 80,000 crore on who votes for whom" (ADC, Mar.12). It is surprising how often bureaucratic mindset and resistance to change OF by our political entity de- LETTER THE DAY prives the government of avenues to raise considerable financial resources which it claims it badly needs. The ban on betting in — Rajendra K. Aneja, Dubai this country is not only self-defeat   ing, but also ludicrous since betting DESPITE frantic search by deploy- is carried out openly and on a masing one of the most advanced tech- sive scale. I am sure that many of niques operated by six nations, our self-righteous politicians inthere is no trace of the ill-fated dulge in it too. If betting is legalised MH370 flight, even after three days and taxed, as is done in most Westof its disappearance. Various theo- ern countries, it would constitute ries about its suddenly vanishing an enormous source of revenue for from radar screen are making a cash-strapped government and a rounds in the media. Some have faltering economy. Any moral argueven started suspecting the exis- ments against gambling would be tence of a mysterious force resem- hypocritical, since you would be bling the one reported from the merely acknowledging that which Bermuda Triangle region in the At- openly exists. — Firoze Hirjikaka, Colaba lantic. Let us hope for the best and

Why is Cong hounding Narendra Modi now?

Opposite views on AAP YOUR edit-page columnist, Virendra Kapoor, deserves to be complimented on his objective analysis of the AAP ('Old politics claims the

— Jorhat Singh, Kandival i







IN order to corner NaMo from all sides before the first vote is cast in

SMEAR BID : Congress is trying to rake up facts about Narendra Modi's personal life, assuming that he may have had a failed marriage.

the 2014 LS elections, the Congress seems to have stumbled upon a “novel” idea, viz., Modi’s personal life. The “secular” party thinks that the Gujarat CM is married and has “deserted” his “spouse” without legally separating. If that be so, then the best way to prove this is to first refer to the records in Registrar of Marriages office for the relevant period. If such an entry is indeed found, then the Congress can approach the “estranged” lady and request her to appear before the media to reveal the “truth” to the people of India. If the 130-year-old Party succeeds in this venture, then it could pave the way for it to retain power at the Centre for a record 3rd term. — Arun Malankar, Santacruz


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day after the Gujarat government opposed the petition by social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand in the Bombay High Court seeking quashing of an FIR filed against them for alleged misappropriation of funds, stating that the two had cheated victims of the 2002 Godhra riots and embezzled funds collected in their name, Teesta and Javed along with the organisation Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP), have rebutted the allegations by the Gujarat Government. “We at the Citizens for Justice and Peace strongly condemn and refute the malicious lies being spread by advocate for the State of Gujarat, Ajay Choksi in misleading the Court that we have 'cheated' victims of the riots. The Secretary, CJP, Teesta Setalvad has filed a strong 41-page affidavit in re-

joinder explaining point by point how baseless and malicious the allegations of the State are. The nexus of the Gujarat government headed by Narendra Modi, its Crime Branch headed by powerful policemen who have been collaborators of the regime since 2002 and Rais Khan Pathan, a former employee of the organisation who is being used as a proxy in this malicious war have also been exposed. Before this, too, Khan has been 'aided' in his malicious efforts by senior legal functionaries who are politically in allegiance with the Gujarat government (in the Gujarat high court and Supreme Court). He has now been cited as 'witness' by the Crime Branch, Ahmedabad, in this false and malicious case. The timing of this 'FIR' is revealing. A cooked up case has obviously been raked up to prevent an appeal in the Zakia Jafri v/s Narendra Modi Criminal

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Teesta Setalvad and Javed Anand. Case. Tanvir Jafri, son of Zakia Jafri and the late Ahsan Jafri has also been made a co-accused in the criminal complaint, a further sign of rank intimidation. Why is the Gujarat government afraid of the higher courts?,” CJP asked, in a statement released on Wednesday. It further stated, “On behalf of herself and her husband Javed Anand, Teesta Setalvad has filed an affidavit in the Sessions Court in Ahmedabad, pointing out the gaping holes in the affidavit earlier filed by the crime branch of the Ahmedabad police in the same courts with bogus, false and

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mindless accusations against them for embezzling funds. With malicious intent, the crime branch has aggregated all the donations and grants received by CJP and Sabrang Trust and claimed that the entire amount was collected for the sole purpose of proposed Gulberg Memorial. The fact is that till date, while Sabrang Trust has in total received approximately Rs.4.5 lakh only earmarked by donors for the memorial, CJP did not receive a single rupee for the same.” On the allegations that a total of around Rs.2.62 crore was collected by Sabrang Trust between 10.4.2007 and 20.2.2014 for the museum, the trustees of the organisation – which also includes renowned architect I.M. Kadri, lyricist Javed Akhtar, theatre personality Alyque Padamsee, writer Anil Dharker, actor Rahul Bose and Fr. Cedric Prakash, a human rights activist and a

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Jesuit priest – said, “This is a blatant falsehood for two reasons. Firstly, a table contained in Teesta Setalvad’s affidavit clearly specified by the donors, it is evident that only around Rs.4.5 lakh in all was earmarked by the donors for the Gulberg Memorial. Moreover, several of the donors have written to Sabrang Trust in the recent period, stating that in view of insufficient funds being received for the Gulberg memorial, Sabrang Trust is authorised to spend their donations on other activities. The total foreign contributions received by Sabrang Trust totaled around Rs.1.33 crore and not Rs.2.62 as falsely claimed by the crime branch. The highly exaggerated figure is the result of a simple accounting subterfuge: Of the total of Rs.1.33 crore received over the relevant period, Rs.1.21 crore was transferred from the trust’s savings a/c to term de-

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posits in the same bank from time to time with a view to earning extra interest income for the trust. On maturity, the same deposits along with interest totaling around Rs.1.26 crore were credited back into the savings account. In its wisdom, or malafide intent, the crime branch has chosen to treat this Rs.1.26 crore as fresh income! These and many such bogus and false charges have been rebutted in detail in the affidavit filed by Teesta Setalvad. Finally, it may be noted that since 2010, the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture (UNVFVT), administered by the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva, has been funding CJP’s efforts to provide legal aid to the victims of the 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom under Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s watch. It may also be noted that annual audited accounts of both Citizens for Justice and Peace and Sabrang Trust have been filed, on time each year, with the Income Tax office, Charity Commissioner’s Office and the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) authorities. None of these authorities have till date found any irregularity in the audited accounts filed by us.” philip.varghese@afternoondc.in


pg 16-17 We tell you how to look super stylish in Gingham

pg 19 Find out how you can transform your old t-shirts

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THE BEST OF THE BOB With Jennifer Aniston, Karlie Kloss and Reese Witherspoon rocking the bob, it's pretty obvious that the short hair trend is back in style in 2014. Rhea Dhanbhoora & Shirley Mistry tell you everything you need to know about the chic do and help you style it to look on-trend

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veryone has had short hair at some point in their life. Whether it was a blunt cut with bangs when you were in school, a chic hairdo a-la Bipasha Basu or Lara Dutta, a long bob like funny girl Jennifer Aniston or some funky waves like songstress Rihanna — the bob has been doing the rounds on and off the runway for quite a while now. And since celebrities are reverting to this look in preparation for spring/summer 2014, you should consider going short for summer too. Don't worry if you're confused about whether to get a chingrazing bob, a demi-bob or one that skims your shoulders because we're telling you what bob suits your face type, showing you what accessories to dress it up with and telling you what outfits you can opt for to compliment the look and stay your stylish best while keeping up with the trend.

THE BEST STYLE FOR YOUR FacE If you want to look super-stylish, make sure that you get a bob that's best suited to the shape of your face. From triangular and diamond to round and heart-shaped, here are a few bobs that will suit different faces best, along with some celebrity examples to draw inspiration from:

Round faces: Round faces look good with short bobs, but they have to be sleek. You've already got wide sides with a round face, so you don't want to add any more width to your face with a cut that's got too much volume. If you have a short neck, you should get a bob at jaw level but for a longer neck, a little longer is a good idea. Side-swept bangs are better than thick forehead bangs because they add a little definition to a soft, rounded face. If you have a defined chin, this will help the bob look more stylish even if it's short. celebrity bob pick: Katherine Heigl Continued on pg 12 ÂŤ

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Square faces: Square faces have strong jaws and quite a lot of angles, so it's best to get a haircut that softens out your jaw. A graduated bob works best for a square face. Choose the one that is short at the back and longer near the jawline in the front, going a little below the jaw. Celebrity bob pick: Olivia Wilde

Heart faces: If you've got a heart-shaped face, you've got a slightly pointed jaw. Bobs look fabulous on faces with this shape, but make sure that it is a long bob. Although you can pull off a chinlength style as well, the ends should be tapered rather than blunt. Sideswept bangs also work very well with this face type. Celebrity bob pick: Jennifer Aniston

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structure. An Aline bob also works well. Celebrity bob pick: Victoria Beckham

Triangle face: People with this face type can rock a bob near the jawline, but you have to make sure it's not too short. The right length will accentuate your long neck and if you get sideswept bangs and a little volume near the crown, your face can appear softer and rounder. If you're opting for a chin-length cut you should get it with a few waves and layers. Celebrity bob pick: Mila Jovovich

Diamond face: These face types can look very angular and if you get a good cut, you almost won't see the diamond shape. You need an asymmetrical bob which can make you look grown-up and sophisticated. Keep the hair full around the crown but keep your hair flat at the sides because your forehead is narrow as is your chin. This hairstyle will balance out your face shape while accentuating your features. Celebrity bob pick: Vanessa Hudgens

can carry off most hairstyles, but if you're opting for a bob and want it to look fabulous, get a sophisticated bob that shows off your strong jaw line. But, you should add layers so that it's not too sharp and if you've got a high forehead, STYLIng YOUR BOB consider getting long bangs to mask this. Blunt bangs also work. If you think you can't do much with your Celebrity bob pick: Rihanna hair just because it is short, take a look at our recommendations on how you can style it Long face: Long faces can sport trendy for different occasions to achieve bobs, especially if there is a bit of a wave. different looks: The bob shouldn't be too short though, something that ends just below the jaw is Everyday look: For an everyday style that is perfect because it will show off your bone low on maintenance and really quick, simply

blow dry your hair straight and part it in the centre, or slightly off-centre to get long layers framing your face on either side. Think Meg Ryan from You've Got Mail. It is easy to do, looks classy and is very low maintenance. If you want something a little more feminine, use a curling tong and curl your hair. Grab big chunks at random and don't curl your hair too tightly. Once you are done, finish off with a hairspray to make the curls stay put. Work appropriate: If you want a hairstyle that is going to be muted enough for work and still look chic, try the side-swept bob, Sweep most of your hair onto one side, so that you get a heavy fringe. You can also use a round barrel brush to blow dry it to add a more pronounced shape to your bob. Edgy-chic: If you want to look razor sharp and nail the rock-chic look, pin straight hair is the way to go. Straighten each section and spray hair spray liberally. An extreme side parting makes this look all the more edgy, especially if you have an asymmetrical bob. The messy bob: Tousled, just out of bed hair is a great look to wear, but, if you want to add another interesting element to the look, try dutch, fishtail or regularly braiding a 1-3 inch section of your hair from the front and take it to the back of your head. You should stop at the point behind your ear. Pin with bobby pins and loosely curl the rest of your hair. The messier the look, the better! Formal events: For a more formal occasion, you can opt for a retro waves. Pin aside your fringe and curl your hair with a big barrel to create waves. Apply a mousse before your start off to keep the curls in place. Then, unpin your fringe and create a giant pin curl with it to nail the retro look.

look, wear tops and dresses that are offshouldered. This makes your top half look more elongated and draws all the attention to your bob. If you are a little uncertain about going completely off-shoulder, try a one-shoulder top/dress or a strappy one instead. Boatneck clothes Another way to create a canvas where your bob will get the most attention, is by opting for a boatneck blouse or top. This creates a blank look whilst being chic. What's best is that it is an interesting style of clothing, but it doesn't take the attention away from your bob. This is also a more edgy option if off-shouldered tops aren't your style. Racy backs If you are bored of the same old look and want something sexier, pick tops and dresses with a deep or scooped back. This will draw the most attention to your bob and your back and make you look statuesque as well, as it reveals more of the nape of your neck and shoulders than any other style. Ear cuffs Ear cuffs are popular right now and are the perfect accessory to sport with a bob. Not only do they embellish it, but they also ensure that all eyes are on your bob, no matter what the outfit. If you choose to wear a ear cuff, avoid wearing anything around your neck as it will be a definite over kill and will take the attention away from your bob, especially if you have an asymmetrical bob or severe bob.

WHAT TO WEAR If you thought that a bob was going to make your style look monotonous, you couldn't be further away from the truth. In fact, there's tons of different things you can do to put your bob under the spotlight and let it be the star of your look. Here are the clothes and accessories you can experiment with: Strapless clothes If you like a flirty feminine

DESIgnER SPEAk

We speak to designer Anushree Reddy on her styling tips for those of you with bob haircuts and she says, “When it comes to a bob haircut, it looks best with an outfit that doesn't make you look tomboyish and looks girly. If you want to look as feminine as possible, shirts with low neckline and dresses in girly colours work well. Lacy tops or with frills and even floral prints look chic and stylish. Long skirts paired with a free-flowing peasant shirt bring out your feminine side. Pastel colours also work really well. If you feel wearing a shirt and trousers to work will make you look too masculine, you can wear a skirt instead.”

ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR BOB

Pop of colour

You can do a lot to style long hair, but who said bob cuts had to be boring? Take your pick from some of these great accessories:

Glittery tik tok clips are perfect to add a touch of colour to your short style. Pick these up from Toniq. Price On request

Flower power

Pick up this flower ring hair band from www.fashionandyou.com Price `599

Beige flowers

Hats look great on a bob! Pick up this beige straw hat from Madame. Price `745

Red hot

Broad hairbands are a great style for your hair. Pick up this velvet one from Pernias Pop Up Shop. Price `3,000

A dash of sparkle

Bling pin

Simple and elegant, we love this double strip hairband from www.fashionandyou.com. Price `599

This pretty hair clip from www.fashionandyou.com is perfect to pin back your bangs. Price `499

Pretty bow

Chic purple

Pick up this knitted beret from Max for a chic look. Price `349

For a feminine touch, this navy bow hairband from www.fashionandyou.com is perfect. Price `599


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>> You can catch the designer duo Karan and Leon at LFW today

>> A bridal outfit from their collection. (Below) Their accessories really stand out

DYNAMIC DUO

Glynda Alves gets talking to talented duo, Karan Berry and Leon Vaz of Karleo, to find out more about their designs and what we can expect from their show at Lakmé Fashion Week today

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platform to showcase our work to the best in or western wear? We prefer to do western wear but are also open the industry. to the idea of doing Indian wear, though maybe at a later stage. What inspired your collection? Our main source of inspiration is always India and we take elements that make this country What colours and fabrics do you both enjoy what it is. This season, we have taken Indian working with? spices as our inspiration for the collection. The We aren't restrictive with our use of colours or colours and textures have all been inspired fabrics. We play with them depending on the mood for that season or collection. We use by India. fabrics like tulle, organza, Georgette, satin, silk When did you'll decide to collaborate and so on. and design? We decided to collaborate in a very organic You'll design wedding dresses — tell us, what form. It happened naturally. I guess when you does a bride need to keep in mind for a white share the same wavelength in approaching wedding dress and for a traditional Indian wedding ensemble. design, such kind of mergers just happen. The most important thing, according to us, is Tell us about the creative process you two that the piece designed for you should reflect have. Do you disagree a lot? How does it work? your identity and personality. The shape being We both have our skills and expertise in the most important thing while choosing or different areas of design and we handle it in designing an outfit. our individual space and to our luck, it all Are you excited to be participating in Lakmé comes together in totality, which makes What trends are going to be popular for brides this year? working with each other so good. Fashion Week? This season has seen a huge trend for Yes, we are excited about our runway presentation at LFW S/R'14. It's a good Which do you prefer — designing Indian wear something which is slim and well-fitted with

o-founded by designer friends Karan Berry and Leon Vaz, Karleo was an idea that came from the likeness in their design sensibilities and the synchrony that they found in their work. They both had the idea of combining the rich aesthetics of Indian culture with a western approach to design. And that led to creating pieces that offered Indian clientele the same quality and design standards that are upheld by leading international couture labels. With the idea of creating outfits for special occasions (including bridal), the design philosophy at Karleo is that of contrasts — taking simple pieces of clothing from our day-to-day lives and giving them an exclusive definition through rich textures, embroidery and detailing of various kinds. Their talent has now let them showcase their collection at Lakmé Fashion Week. We catch up with the talented duo to find out how they got started and what trends a bride-to-be can look forward to.

embroidery running on the body like a tattoo on your skin. and goes into a huge skirt with layers and layers of tulle, making it ethereal. What's your number one tip for brides? The most important thing to remember is the shape. It's the foundation on which everything is built on. So shape it smartly. Also, do not over do it. Keep it delicate and minimal and choose your accessories wisely. We love your accessories! Tell us, why did you both decide to come up with this line? Accessories play an important role. We felt the need to make something which adds the perfect amount of oomph to your outfit. Our headbands were designed keeping this in mind. It's the right amount of charm needed to adorn what you are already wearing. It's like a new jewelry piece that you can mix and wear it with anything and everything. With this you don't need to add anything else. It speaks for itself. Who do you think dresses very well in Bollywood? Sonam Kapoor.


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« celeb hit or miss: glynda alves gives her verdict on what the stars wore this week « « Pooja bedI PrIyanka choPra

Pooja shows off her toned, womanly body in an ethereal white dress that's positively bridal! The drape highlights her curves and the silver touches on her dress perfectly match her clutch. She's saved from looking over the top with a simple hairstyle.

Priyanka plays it safe in a little black dress. Though a little on the boring side, she's accesssorised well with a gold statement necklace. We aren't a fan of her heavily made up face though — remember Piggy Chops, highlight your eyes or lips... not both!

If you’re getting married this year, now’s the time to start your hunt for the perfect dres. And as Karleo told us, (see Page 15) shape is the most important thing. Shirley Mistry tells you what white wedding dress to pick as per your body type

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t is not about how stunning the dress is. What is more important is how stunning it is going to look on you. To make sure you enhance your best features on your big day and effectively hide the problem areas, take a look at what white wedding dresses will suit your body type.

Pear shaPed >> Make sure the skirt of your dress flares naturally and that your waist is well defined if you’re a pear shape

You are pear shaped if you have a small top and a heavier bottom. With such a shape, your worst areas are in all likelihood, your bottom and thighs. You should be highlighting your bodice and waistline instead. Opt for styles that will highlight your top half, while masking the bottom. Off-shoulder dresses with an empire waist and a long train are excellent, as are A-line dresses that fit and flare. Pick one with a high waistline to give it the illusion of being smaller. If you want to go more traditional, you could even pick a ball gown with a fitted bodice and a full, round skirt. However, stay away from sheath or mermaid dresses as they will stick to your curves.

hourglass Your hips and shoulders are the same size, with a welldefined, narrow waist. If you fall under this category, then you are very lucky as there is hardly anything to worry about. Pick a mermaid, trumpet or sheath silhouette. This will highlight your envious figure and make sure that the fabric clings to the right places. Also, you could choose to highlight only your top half and pick an Aline dress. Add a beaded belt to cinch your waist further.

>> If you have an hourglass shape, you will look great in fitted, mermaid dresses

Inverted trIangle You are an inverted triangle shape if your shoulders are wider than your hips. With such a body shape, it is very important to pick a dress that gives an element of balance to your look. So, pick a ball gown with a full, stiff skirt. The fullness of the skirt will balance your shoulders. If not a ball gown, pick a mermaid skirt. The flare at the bottom will also help make your shoulders look proportionate and make you appear more hourglass shaped. If you don't mind opting for something less traditional, opt for a dress just above your knee length and draw more attention to your legs. This type of dress will make your bottom half look longer and detract the attention from your shoulders. Strapless is fine, but avoid halter dresses, as they will make your shoulders protrude.

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Malaika shows off her classy side in this floor-length, textured white gown. The dress is made interesting with the sheer detailing and intricate pattern. We love how she's added a pop of pink on her lips and her necklace. The box clutch is also bang on trend.

Sonam stands out from the sea of black dresses in a revealing berry coloured gown. But, while we love the lace sleeves, the middle portion is far too wide and it looks like the designer ran out of cloth. A sweetheart neckline would have been better.

There are so many things we do not like about this look. The silver and gold, while it's usually a deadly combo, falls flat here. Just like her chapat hair style. Those silver pointy shoes and breastplate style dress do not to save her look.

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These are some tips that will help you pick your dream dress: l If you are busty, stay away from dresses that have a tube bodice. Even if you are going the strapless route, opt for a V-neck or sweetheart neck. Also, avoid high necklines. Instead, opt for a scooped neckline that will show off the right amount of décolletage and make your neck look slimmer and longer. l If you have a small bust, opt for a >> Rectangle shapes sweetheart neckline. You could also opt should wear a fitted, for a gown that has a ruched bodice. empire waist with an The extra fabric will make your bust immediate, look fuller. exaggerated flair that l If you are tall, most readymade will help hide flaws gowns won't make the cut. Spend time rectangle shaPed to get a gown custom made, because You are rectangle shaped if your nothing is worse than your wedding dress bust, waist and hips are all ending a few inches shorter than it should. relatively the same size. Your biggest l If you are petite, opt for dresses that fit and then flare task is to pick a dress that helps you out. Also, a train will help create the illusion of height. give off the illusion of having curves. l If you are slightly bigger, an empire dress can be your So, pick an empire waist, where the skirt best bet. The skirt must begin right under your bust and starts just below your bust to detract attention from your waist and hips. You flow to a natural, floor length hem. Make sure the fabric could also wear an A-line dress. One with a fitted bodice and a high, cinched doesn't stretch or bunch up. This will only make you look waist will make you look both slimmer and more curvy. The flare that like you've squeezed into the dress. Custom made dresses will help you hide your flaws and accentuate your best follows, will effectively hide the problem areas. You can also opt for dresses features to the T. with a high waist belt to create a cinched waist. However, stay away from straight-cut sheath dresses as they are bound to make you look boxy.

1. b:kInd In an array of colour combinations such as yellow and blue, blue and red and lots more, these belted shirts will look great with a pair of leggings or over skinny jeans. The button down, collared shirts have ¾ sleeves that skim your elbows. Price: `1,699

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« 5 ways to rock: gingham prints Gingham is a trend that is effortless, classy and timeless. Shirley Mistry tells you how to rock the look 1. dress It uP Whether you opt for a silhouette that is straight or a more voluminous dress with a full skirt, gingham lends itself well to both styles. A gingham dress in cotton should be a your wardrobe staple this summer.

2. fashIon and you For a great look, this tube top from www.fashion andyou.com is perfect. It's in a soft shade of blue, with the gingham print in darker shades of blue and a hint of pink and green. Price: `399

2. wear It to work Pair your shirt with a pencil skirt to create a look that is appropriate for an office environment. You can also wear it under a sweater and trousers, with the gingham collar peeking through and the sleeves rolled up.

3. fcuk Nothing beats a gingham dress! A slightly flared dress works this style really well and the collared neck makes it look a little more grown up. The black and white gingham printed dress is available at www.fashionandyou.com. Price `8,999

3. accessorIes If you aren't ready to commit to a dress, try out shoes. A pair of pumps or an envelope clutch with a gingham print is sure to set you apart from the crowd.

4. lIfestyle If you want a simple, button down, long sleeved, collared shirt to help you rock the trend, you should pick up this one from Lifestyle. The yellow and purple combination makes it stand out. Price `799 5. fashIon and you We love jackets — so what's better than combining the gingham trend with a stylish jacket. This black and white jacket from www.fashionandyou.com perfectly combines the two trends and is light enough to wear all day without feeling stuffy. Price `1,699

4. mIx It uP Pair a skater skirt with a gingham shirt. Tuck your shirt in to emphasise the narrow waist created by the skirt. If you want to give it a twist, you can knot the shirt to create a crop top effect.

>> Jessica Alba makes the most of a tight gingham print in this cute flared dress

5. beware Make sure you choose a size that flatters your body. Petite girls can choose big or small prints but pear or apple shaped women are better off choosing a smaller print, especially on trousers and dresses.

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are you the office b**ch? From being made to do all the extra work, to being the person who always gets the coffee at meetings, there are several ways your colleagues might be taking advantage of you, says Dev Goswami. Take this quiz to find out whether it’s time you stood up for yourself Shutterstock

Do most questions addressed to you start with ‘Could you be a dear and...’? a. Yes. b. No. Whenever you receive assignments where you are partnered with a colleague, do you often end up doing all the work? a. Yes. b. No. >> Do people regularly pile on requests for favours, or as for help with their projects? Take our quiz to find out if you are the office doormat

Do you find that your colleagues are sometimes extremely nice to you and at other times they ignore you completely? a. Yes. b. No. Even though you have the same designation as most of your colleagues, would you say that everyone gives you orders? a. Yes. b. No. Whenever you have ideas, do you find that everyone quickly shuts you down even before you've finished talking? a. Yes. b. No. Do you feel that your colleagues sometimes talk to you in a condescending tone? a. Yes. b. No. MoStly as Wake up! You are being taken advantage of and it seems like you haven't even realised it yet! We can't tell you why people treat you like this unless we know more about your situation. But, we're sure that if you stand up for yourself it will stop. You work on an equal footing with the rest of your office and there's no reason your co-workers should boss you around. The quieter you are about it, the more it will happen. So, speak up. Now!

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ey you! Could you get me a cup of coffee? I am really busy right now!” “I know that we have to do this assignment together, but I really need to attend this family dinner today. Could you take over?”. These are some of the questions that you might face on a daily basis if you are the office doormat. Before you start hating your

colleagues, we'd like to point out that it is entirely possible that your colleagues are doing it without realising it and it's probably happening because you don't know how and when to say no. However, sometimes it is absolutely necessary that you do. These questions will help you find out whether you need to:

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MoStly Bs We don't know what made you take this quiz, but whatever it was, was probably a one-off incident. Your colleagues do not treat you like a doormat and so, there is no reason that you should be worried. If you spend all your time assuming that everyone is unfair to you and takes advantage of you, stop thinking like that as that is not the case.

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we tell you how to deal with SMokerS at work A colleague of mine has a penchant for sending forwarded messages that are not only uninteresting but land up in my inbox at such ungodly hours that it has become annoying as well. My colleagues and I have been replying to the mails politely so that she doesn't feel bad. However, it’s become quite irritating. What can we do? — arunima Shah, andheri dear arunima You and your team have been encouraging your colleague to bombard with you annoying forwards by replying to them. Your responses are almost like the stamp of approval that she is looking for. Your situation has a simple solution — stop responding to her mails. She will soon realise that none of you are interested in what she sends and she will stop doing

so. Refrain from bringing it up with her unless you absolutely have to, as you run the chance of her feeling bad. Just don't reply to her emails and wait and watch.She should get the message. Our office has a strict nosmoking policy and the one smoking zone we have is a little far away from our office. Due to this, my colleagues who smoke, have started smoking in the fire escape staircase. The problem is that I have to cross this area on my way to the rest room and every time I go, I have to deal with the smell of cigarettes and sometimes, second hand smoke. Since almost a majority of my office, including my boss, smokes, I am scared of bringing this up. What should I do? — heena pandit, chembur

dear heena, If you have the courage to speak up, the next time you see someone smoking, just request them to smoke in the designated area as it bothers you. However, if you don’t think you will be able to do so, you could leave an anonymous complaint with the HR. No need to mention any names — just say that the cigarette smell bothers you and you shouldn't have to deal with second hand smoke — which is irritating and also bad for health. You could also talk to your boss — even though he/ she himself is a smoker, we are sure that most logical bosses will see seeing that what is happening is wrong. Send your questions to womansworld@afternoondc.in before wednesday

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Wow, wow, WOW! That was our reaction when we first saw Swatch’s new Pastry Chef’s collection. From candies and chocolates to cakes, these watches take inspiration from everything to do with baking and they come in absolutely adorable packaging! While some of the designs might be a little too childish or colourful to wear on a daily basis, the red watch (left) will brighten up even the dullest of looks. We recommend you check the collection out. where Swatch boutiques price `3,990 onwards




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THE BIG BREAK! 

So, you've finally broken up with your loser boyfriend. Congrats! But, it’s too easy to fall into the reconcilation trap. Dev Goswami brings you a few tips to ensure that you stay broken up

« SoS: SolvE ouR SITuATIon!   Think you can fix our readers’ complicated problems? Read on...

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I was recently feeling a bit restless at my current job and wanted a change. So, I took stock of things and decided that it was time for me to change jobs. I loved where I was working, but was ready for new challenges. So... I accepted a job in a fantastic new company! Welcome aboard! Thank you! I can’t wait to begin!

I am thrilled! I have met a lot of the people I work with and am raring to go and be part of their team. But...

Now that the time has come to leave my old workplace...

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ou've broken up with your man and have vowed never to speak to him again. But, in today's age of easy communication, a simple poke on Facebook or status message on Whatsapp can have you spiralling down the path of forgiveness, making you forget why you broke up in the first place. So, if you want to call it quits for good, we tell you how to stick to the plan.

Let's not be friends From celebrities to your best friend — you're going to have a number of people around you who seem to have mastered the art of staying friends with their exes. However, instead of taking a leaf from their books, we recommend you listen to us. Avoid any sort of contact with your ex, at least for the immediate future. It might seem like an extreme step, but you need to let it sink in that your boyfriend is no longer a major part of your life.

take care of yourseLf You might never have thought of it this way, but apart from the obvious reasons, you also need to take care of your emotional health to ensure that you don't start comparing your current situation to a time when you were in your relationship. This would lead you to conclude, usually incorrectly, that you were much happier before and so, maybe the breakup was a bad idea, after all.

Goodbye memories It’s recommended that you pack up all pictures, gifts and other mementos from your time with your ex, for the time being. One day, you will be mature enough to look at them

with just the right amount of nostalgia and without second guessing your decision. But, now is not the time for that. Keep the memories safe — don't discard them — but don't keep them in a place where you can access them easily.

sociaL media precautions

I am having a full white wedding in May and my problem is with my future MIL. I asked her what she would be wearing to the wedding and she said she would show me. It was a wedding dress! A simple white shift, that looked very bridal. I am shocked but do not know how to handle the situation. She is really nice otherwise. What do I do?! — danielle d’costa, malad

This was the place I entered as a wide-eyed 20-year-old fresher...

It just takes one seemingly emotional Facebook post for you to think “Hmm, maybe he's changed. Why not give it another try?” It is thoughts like these that you want to avoid and if you feel that you can't fight these random urges to get back together, you should consider un-friending him on Facebook and not following him on Twitter or Instagram.

keep a note This is a really good way to remind yourself why you broke up. Over time, it is possible that you will forget the small fights that went on to become huge problems. So, when you break up, note down all the reasons that made you decide that it was the best course of action. Try and keep strong emotions at bay while writing down the reasons though — you don't want these notes to make you a vindictive, unforgiving person.

I have been through so much with these people... ...working together, late nights grumpy and exhausted, lunches, gossip, celebrations and sadness, lots of chats, lots of laughter, lots of learning...

the friend Everyone has that one friend. This friend understands you and sometimes, can see what's better for you even when you can't. So, when you break-up, extract a promise from your best friend, that she will not let you get back with your ex, no matter what! However, keep in mind that if you are unwilling to listen to reason when the time comes, it might lead to an ugly fight.

« DEAR GRAcE, I HAvE A pRoBlEm...  dear Grace,

I have been feeling a bit miserable.

dear danielle, Always approach this situation assuming that the other person has no idea what wedding etiquette is. Innocent until proven guilty! So, be gentle, it is your future MIL after all and you don't want to start your married life on a bad note. The best way to deal with this is to get your fiancé involved. Both of you should tell her that while the dress is lovely (say why you like it), you were

hoping the bride would be the only one in white so that she would stand out in pictures. Offer to dye the dress for her or if you're feeling extra generous, pick up a new one for her. If she is adamant on wearing her white dress to your wedding, let it go. Remember, she's going to be the one who is going to look silly! Send your questions to womansworld@afternoondc.in

lots of love.

"These people have been with me for over five years, from 9-5... that’s more than 82,125 hours together! They are good people... I am having second thoughts now. Should I stay?” — Ms. Muddles a) Sounds like you have a very lovely team of people at your old job. But, leaving does not mean losing them. Make an effort to keep in touch! b) All change is challenging, and nostalgia is a vortex. Focus on why you wanted a change. You were new at your old job once! c) Sure. Stay... Things can remain the same indefinitely and will never change. And you can gather moss as a plus. Stay! LAST WEEK: Mr. Mistake should pick Option B: The honest thing to do would be to admit this and apologise. You may lose your job, but not your integrity.

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verbal abuse or even a push or a shove, then beware, this could be a sign for things to come – put an end to it immediately by asserting yourself with him; he must know that you will not stand for this. However, if he gets angry due to a difference of opinion, expresses it through words without humiliating you and attacking your selfworth, and sorts out the difference through communication, then he is normal and there is nothing to be concerned about. However, both of you are still young; understand each other better before you get serious about the relationship.

History need not repeat itself

My boyfriend and I have been going out for a little over a month. He says that he really likes me, and I like him too. He reminds me of my older brother, has the same temper, and it worries me cause my brother has an assault charge since he hit his wife. How can I be sure that my boyfriend won’t do anything of this sort? Am I worrying over nothing, given the memories that haunt me of my older brother? He’s 19 and I’m 18. Firstly, history need not repeat itself i.e. your boyfriend need not behave like your brother as

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Psychogenic erectile dysfunction

I read your piece regarding masturbation a few weeks ago. It was very pacifying. I can attain M.D. (Bom) Consulting Sex Therapist & Counsellor very good erection whenever I masturbate in privacy. However, when I attempted sexual intercourse with my fiancé last week, I could not achieve good erection and thus could not Dr. (Mrs.) Minnu R. Bhonsle perform intercourse. Why did such a thing Ph.D. Consulting Psychotherapist & Counsellor happen? I am deeply disturbed. Please guide. It is a common occurrence. Sex before marriage they are two different persons, BUT, one must is invariably associated with guilt, hesitation, fear learn from history and be aware i.e. see whether and self-doubt. These feelings affect erection your boyfriend expresses his anger in socially (Psychogenic erectile dysfunction). Moreover, acceptable ways or not. If there are signs of girls with a moral upbringing are invariably

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reluctant to indulge, or fail to actively participate in intercourse before marriage. Invariably, they agree for intercourse only under emotional compulsion and thus fail to give a free and spontaneous response during the act. The lack of response from the partner also affects one’s level of sexual excitement and subsequently the erection.  Heart To Heart Counselling Centre runs Certificate courses in Counselling & Sex Education at 10 Jerbai Baug, Byculla (E), Mumbai-27. Tel: 22184528 / 9821093902. Email: hthindia@gmail.com www.hearttoheartindia.net

What the cards say: Be clear about what you really want Path: Introspection will bring understanding. Don’t push yourself or be in a hurry. Ally: Taurus will slow you down. Avoid Sagittarius who could be hyper. Card for the week: Tarot key no. V The Hierophant. The master of the masses and of social wisdom. This card asks you to connect with your outside world, tradition and conformity. Understand it in the context of yourself.

What the cards say: You are much more positive. Path: Be aware of the good that is coming your way. Don’t collapse into old ways. Communicate and share. Ally: Libra will show you what partnership or relationship is about. Avoid Leo who will make you self centered. Card for the week: Tarot key no. III The Empress. There is abundance within you, allow it to flow. Give and you will get a lot in return.

What the cards say: Accept the mistakes that you have made. Path: Let go. Don’t use your intelligence to justify. Ally: Your ally this week is Virgo. Listen to his critical perspective and gain. Card for the week: Tarot key no. IX The Hermit. Be wise and see the light of wisdom.

What the cards say: Flow with the tide. Path: Discern the truth and reality. Don’t be self oriented or clinging. Ally: Pisces will show you the esoteric path and help you feel for others. Card for the week: Tarot Key no. XII The Hanged Man. Be guided by surrender and sacrifice. In giving up you will gain the world.

What the cards say: Be at ease. Good things are coming your way. Path: It is ok. Some people will hurt you. So what? Don’t be so sensitive, relax. Ally: Sagittarius will teach you to relax. Avoid Virgos who could inhibit you more. Card for the week: Tarot key no. XIV The Temperance which says that balance and healing is at hand. Right combination will make you the winner.

What the cards say: Be discerning and discriminating. Path: Learn to say no when required. Don’t sacrifice principles for expediency. Ally: Pisces and Taurus will be a great support. Stay away from Gemini and Leo. They will confuse you more. Card for the week: Tarot Key no. XII The Hanged Man. Surrender will transform your personality. Allow the Universe to play through you. Be the observer.

What the cards say: Be grateful for what you have. Path: Have faith and expect good things to happen. Don’t live in fear, you have more potential than you know. Ally: The water sign Scorpio will give you strength. Don’t tangle with Capricorn. Card for the week: Tarot key no. XIV Temperance. You need to balance your different selves in a whole.

What the cards say: Rise to the occasion and give in. Path: Acknowledge with gratitude what you have received. Don’t hold back but communicate your need. Ally: Sagittarius will put you at ease. Don’t take advice from Cancer who will make you more morbid. Card for the week: Tarot Key no. VIII Strength. You need to bring it to the fore.

What the cards say: Be the peace maker. Path: Forgive and forget. Don’t be vindictive. Ally: Virgo will be an ally. Avoid Aries who could be impulsive. Card for the week: Tarot key no. XVII The Star. Insight and understanding will show you the way. Great bonding in this week.

What the cards say: Generosity will transform your relationships. Path: Give from the heart. Don’t calculate. Ally: Gemini will give you good advice. Card for the week: Tarot Key no. XI Justice is operating. As you have sown so you shall reap.

What the cards say: Sacrifice for the greater good. Path: By surrendering you will gain all that you have lost. Don’t be insecure or scared. Ally: Scorpio will show you your duty. Avoid Cancer and their clinging ways. Card for the week: Tarot key no. II The High Priestess. Suggesting that you connect with your inner self and see the larger picture.

What the cards say: Be compassionate. Path: Guide and be centered in the right. Don’t be party to any wrong. Stand up and fight even if it is not expedient. Ally: Aries will make you stand up. Stay away from Capricorn and their calculations. Card for the week: Tarot Key no. VII The Chariot. Victory will be yours if you fight for the right cause. You have the prerequisites to be a champion for the less fortunate.

March 13-1y9 Thursda to y d e W nesda

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TOP VIEW If a business does well, the stock eventually follows.

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AAP Allegations ‘Factually Incorrect’

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NSE India: CNX Nifty — Daily Market Report for: Thursday (March 13, 2014) (Based on the activity of the previous trading day) by Dominic Rebello

REVIEW OF THE PREVIOUS DAY: The Nifty rose marginally on Wednesday (March 12, 2014) a net 5 points (0.08%) and closed at the 6516 point level. The market opened down at the 6497 points level. It then declined sharply into the red and registered the day’s low at the 6487 points level at 9.54 a.m. The index then rose sharply, into the green and registered the day’s high at the 6546 points level at 10.31 a.m. It then declined and turned into a range bound movement until closing at the day. The Nifty witnessed a volatile session and moved in a range of 59 points. Sentiment was bearish and amongst the 50 Nifty stocks 30 were losers, 19 were gainers and 1 remained unchanged. Substantial buying was seen in healthcare and FMCG stocks, while selling was seen in PSU, capital goods, oil & gas, auto, power, banking, metal and realty stocks.

All the four averages are positively trended. Positive.

Overall Market Strength/Weakness: The indicators and oscillators discussed here are indicating a strong market but with a neutral bias.

Suppor t Levels: For short-term traders the immediate main support is at the 6338 points level. The next support is at the 6136 points level.

Resistance Levels The immediate main resistance is at the 6579 points level. The next resistance is at the 6621 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 = 6517 (This is the level where the trend is likely TECHNICAL ANALYSIS: to change during intra-day). Volume: Volume (Qty shares) decreased 21.52%. This change is Support (1) = 6487. substantial and indicates a less than full participation by Support (2) = 6458. Resistance (1) = 6546. investors. Resistance (2) = 6576. Market Breadth: Overall Market Breadth on the NSE was negative. Amongst OUTLOOK FOR TODAY: The market seems to be consolidating at current levels. all the traded stocks, 694 were gainers, 809 were losers On Japanese candlestick patterns the index has formed and 66 remained unchanged. a second consecutive doji pattern. This indicates that the Slow Stochastic Indicator: i ndecisiveness amongst investors continues. The next The Slow Stochastic Oscillator is has declined the over- candle formation will confirm whether the bias is towards the buy or sell side of the market. bought zone. The Slow K line in the Stochastic Oscillator is below the However, the index is above its 5, 15, 25 and 200 days moving averages and all the four averages are rising and slow D line (negative if it continues). also positively trended. Further, the velocity parameters too indicate strength. Both these indicate a positive bias RSI Indicator: The RSI is above the 60 level and is now turned flat a nd the possibility of a fur ther upmove unfoldi ng. Investors are advised to hold long positions. (positive if it rises). MACD Indicator: The MACD is above zero and is rising (positive if it continues). It is above its 9-day Average (positive).

Work with strict stop losses on all positions

ADX Indicator & DI Lines: The +DI line is above the –DI line but both lines are converging (negative if it continues). The ADX is rising while the Market Index is flat. No signal here. Moving Averages (Trend Indicators) The index: Is above its 5-day average (at 6498) Positive. Is above its 15-day average (at 6309) Positive. Is above its 25-day average (at 6208) Positive. Is above its 200-day average (at 5999) Positive.

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eliance Industries has refuted allegations by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that oil ministers Mani Shankar Aiyar and S Jaipal Reddy were removed because they did not favour the company, saying the “malafide propaganda” was “factually incorrect.” Terming as “malafide propaganda” AAP’s allegation that Aiyar had to go because he opposed RIL’s move to raise KG-D6 capital expenditure 2.5 times, the company said Aiyar left the oil ministry in January 2006 while the revised USD 8.8 billion field development plan was submitted in October 2006. On allegations that Reddy was removed because he opposed higher gas prices for RIL, the company said, “It was Jaipal Reddy (and not current Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily) who requested for the appointment of the Dr Rangarajan Committee in May 2012. It was on this committee’s recommendations, the CCEA approved the revised gas prices (from April 2014).” The Rangarajan Committee suggested that domestically produced gas should be priced at an average of global hub rates and the cost of importing liquid gas (LNG) into India. According to this formula, the price of gas is being increased to about USD 8 per unit in April. The current rate of USD 4.205 per million British thermal units for gas from RIL’s eastern offshore KG-D6 field expires on March 31. “The prices had to be revised not because of the elections but because the prevailing price formula ceases to be valid with effect from April 1, 2014,” RIL said in documents it released giving a detailed account of facts and arguments aimed at countering its critics. On AAP’s allegation that the price hike would result in a windfall of Rs 54,000 crore for RIL, the company said the new rates will raise the revenue earned on the country’s entire gas production by Rs 26,000 crore. “Of this increase, Rs 12,000 crore comes back to the government as royalty, profit petroleum, taxes and dividend. The share of RIL and its partners is only Rs 3,000 crore (not Rs 54,500 crore), which goes to meeting capital as well as operational costs before it can be counted as profit,” it said. Gas from KG-D6 barely makes up 15 per cent of the na-

tion’s entire production of the fuel. Responding to an allegation that the cost of KG-D6 gas production was less than USD 1 per mmBtu, the firm said, “The cost of production as alleged is nothing but postproduction costs between the well-head and delivery point, which in 2009-10 was estimated as USD 0.89 per mmBtu for that year.” Apart from the post-production cost of USD 0.89, expenditure is incurred on discovery, appraisal, development production and maintenance, it said. “The figure was required because royalty on gas produced was to be paid at the well head value, whose value had to be derived by subtracting the post-well head cost (USD 0.89) from the approved price of USD 4.2 per mmBtu. “Post-production cost between the well head and delivery point is only a small component of the total cost of production,” RIL said. To calculate the cost of production, in addition to the post-production cost between well head and delivery point of USD 0.89 per mmBtu, the expenditure incurred on discovery, appraisal, development production and maintenance will need to be considered. Reacting to AAP’s allegation that the government had offered wells to RIL, the company said no drilled wells or discovered fields were made available to companies through NELP (New Exploration Licensing Policy). “KG-D6 was offered as a deep water exploration block with little data and no drilled wells with discoveries” and the company had put in its risk capital to find gas, RIL said, adding that, there was “not even an iota of substance” in the allegation that it deliberately reduced gas production and hoarded the fuel in anticipation of the higher price. Hoarding is technically impossible. Any attempt to hold back production in an existing field immediately shows up in pressure anomalies in the affected wells. “Each well is like the release valve of a huge pressure cooker where the oil and gas has literally been cooking for millions of years - hold back gas in one and the pressure difference is immediately apparent in the next. Simply put, if gas is being hoarded, pressure in all producing wells cannot decline uniformly because pressure decline is a sure sign that the pressure cooker is running out of steam,” it added.

BROKERAGE RECOMMENDATIONS Kotak Securities calls a ‘Buy’ on AllCargo Logistics CMP: Rs. 154

Target Rs. 170

Religare calls a ‘Buy’ on JK Lakshmi Cement CMP: Rs. 93

Target Rs. 115


Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Media, Entertainment Industry To Grow At 14.2%

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NEWS FLASH

BUSINESS

At 8.10% in February as against 8.79% in January, consumer inflation fell to a to a 25-month low. Food inflation fell to 8.57% in February, from 9.9% in January.  Telecom user base rises to 92.20 cr in Jan  Coal India officers to go on 3 day strike  IL&FS wins Rs 300-cr Kolkata Metro project  L&T Finance, Just Dial rally on inclusion in futures segment.

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ndia's Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry is likely to grow at 14.2% to more than Rs 1.78 lakh crore in the next four years. "The media and entertainment industry is expected to register a CAGR of 14.2% to touch Rs 1,78,580 crore by 2018," said a Ficci-KPMG report released today at the FICCI Frames 2014 event here. Ficci's M&E Committee chairman and Star India CEO Uday Shankar said: "Amidst an environment of gloom and doom, the media and entertainment industry registered an impressive growth of 12% last year. "The fact that we have been able to deliver this in light of an overall economic growth of 4% and a major resetting of exchange rates is a testament to the tenacity of the industry's leaders and stakeholders." In 2013, M&E industry's growth rate remained muted, with a slow GDP growth and a weak rupee. The industry grew at 11.8% over 2012 and touched Rs 91,800 crore. "Lower GDP (in 2013) meant lower demand from the consumer and this im-

pacted advertising," the report said, adding that this added to slower revenue growth. The report sees digital advertising witnessing the highest Compounded Average Growth Rate (CAGR) of 27.7% by 2018. The addition of new media such as social networking services, animation and VFX, online gaming and applications running on mobile devices, has given a new dimension to the world of media that was usually dominated by traditional media, it said. According to the report, the television industry in the country which is estimated at Rs 41,700 crore in 2013, is expected to grow at 16% over 2013-2018, to touch Rs 88,500 crore by 2018. KPMG Head of M&E Jehil Thakkar said: "Once the television industry completes the entire process of digitisation, including the required back end infrastructure, it will result in increased top and bottom-line across the industry." The report said that aided by digitisation and the consequent increase in average revenue per user (ARPU), the share of subscription revenue to the total in-

dustry revenue is expected to increase from 67% in 2013 to 71% in 2018. It said the print sector continues to remain resilient. In 2014, the growth in print sector is also expected to be promising with the general elections. "The print industry is estimated to reach Rs 24,300 crore, a growth of 8.5% in 2014 and by 2018, it will grow at 9% to reach Rs 37,300 crore," it said. Thakkar said: "Print had a better year and regional performed well. Elections this year will also provide a boost to the industry." The film industry recorded a double digit growth in 2013, albeit slower than in 2012, with multiple movies scoring big on box office collections. According to the report, going forward, multiplexes' growth is expected to slow down, in line with the overall delays and future expectations for retail sector and commercial real estate development, impacting box office growth in the short term. Highlighting the new media, it said the total Internet user base in the country, which grew 40% at 21.4 crore in 2013, is likely to reach 23.9 crore by end 2014.

Backing home grown talent...

IDBI Federal Elevates Vighnesh Shahane As CEO positive change and under his leadership, the Bancassurance channel registered unprecedented growth.” “We are at a defining point in the life insurance industry in India. Despite the challenging macro economic conditions and dynamic regulatory environment, our economy promises huge potential for life insurance in the longer term. Vighnesh, with his diverse exposure across various facets of business, will play a key role in leading IDBI Federal towards achieving” Bansal added. Incidentally, in his career spanVighnesh Shahane ning over 20 years, Vighnesh has worked with leading financial orBy A Business Reporter ganisations across geographies. He brings with him, a rich experience in t IDBI Federal, “we believe in various facets of business like sales recognising talent and creating management, strategy and new leaders from within the organisa- business development. Having reption,” says R. K. Bansal, Executive resented Mumbai in the prestigious Director, IDBI Bank. He was com- Ranji Trophy, Vighnesh has modmenting on the elevation of Vigh- elled his leadership style on team nesh Shahane as the Chief work and collective contribution. Commenting on his elevated role Executive Officer & Whole Time Director of the Company. According to Vighnesh says, “IDBI Federal is a Bansal “In his capacity as a channel young company that has embarked head, Vighnesh has brought about a on a journey to change the way life

insurance is sold and bought in the country. It is this approach that has helped us withstand the challenge of the times and emerge as a growing company despite these challenges. It is my honour to lead this dynamic company through its next phase of growth.” IDBI Federal Life Insurance, is a joint-venture of IDBI Bank, Federal Bank and Ageas, a multinational insurance giant based out of Europe.

BUSINESS BRIEFS Fund Mop-Up Through NCDs Up 2-Fold At Rs 34K Cr

Fund mop-up by Indian companies through retail issues of non-convertible debentures has risen over two-fold so far in the current fiscal to Rs 34,000 crore, primarily to meet working capital requirements. The amount is expected to further go up in the remaining period of the current fiscal, ending on March 31. A cumulative amount of Rs 16,982 crore was garnered by 15 firms through their NCDs in the entire 2012-13 fiscal.

Worldfloat May Sell 10% Stake To Raise USD 50 Mn

Home-grown social networking site, Worldfloat yesterday said it is looking at selling 10% stake to raise USD 50 million to expand its technologies. "We are looking at selling 10% stake and will be raising around USD 50 million to expand Worldfloat technologies to a larger scale and level," Worldfloat founder Pushkar Mahatta said in a statement.

Direct Sellers Need Code Of Conduct And Redressal System

The government, which is in the process of drafting guidelines for direct sellers, today said that stakeholders and the industry association put in place a code of conduct and a consumer grievance redressal system. Approving the final draft will take time as the government is consulting various agencies and stakeholders, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Manoj Parida said.

FMC Asks NMCE To Check Price Manipulation

Commodity markets regulator FMC has directed NMCE - the country's third biggest commodity bourse - to closely monitor the transactions on its platform to check price manipulation. "The Commission on February 20 directed NMCE to closely monitor the transactions on the exchange platform and ensure that the trade volumes and price of the commodity derivatives are not manipulated," Forward Markets Commission (FMC) said in its latest report.

McAfee Offers Free Security For Indian Mobile Users

Security software maker McAfee has said Indian consumers can now avail of its mobile solution free of cost. The solution, which supports Android and iOS mobile devices, has a host of enhanced protection and privacy features including anti-theft, anti-virus and web protection and call and SMS filtering. "A full-featured version of its award-winning McAfee mobile security solution is now available for Indian users as a free offering," the company said.

Crompton Launches Latest Energy Efficient Pumps

Avantha Group Company Crompton (CG) has launched a wide range of energy efficient pumps and SMS savvy devices to operate pumps for residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial applications. Discerning consumers are displaying a preference for energy efficient pumps. The intelligent microchip technology embedded in the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) Pump Controller and the Electronic Control Panels allow these pumps to be switched "on" and "off" remotely, through a mobile phone call or an SMS. — Business Desk with inputs from PTI

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EBI has tightened norms aimed at countering money laundering and terror financing through the capital markets and asked market entities to conduct detailed risk assessment of their clients, including those linked to countries facing international sanctions. The market intermediaries have also been told

to appoint designated directors to ensure compliance with new norms, who would face penal action for any lapses. Besides, stock exchanges have been asked to monitor the compliance of various entities through half-yearly internal audits and inspections and keep SEBI informed on these issues.

Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO, BSE Ltd. and Shri S Raman, Whole Time Member(WTM), SEBI posing with the bull during Launch of BSE StAR Mutual th Fund Distributors Platform on Thursday, 06 March, 2014 at BSE Ltd.


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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES

TV GUIDE

TODAY’S BEST VIEWING

 Despite his tar-

nished reputation after the events of The Dark Knight, in which he took the rap for Dent’s crimes, Batman feels compelled to intervene to assist the city and its police force which is struggling to cope with Bane’s plans to destroy the city. HBO, 9 p.m.

BANI - ISHQ DA KALMA

SOAPS & SERIALS

 In tonight’s episode, we see Maya dancing at the party without a care in the world while Parmeet admires her from afar. However, when she starts dancing with other men, Parmeet gets jealous and goes to stop her reminding her that she is someone’s wife and daughter-in-law. Maya reminds Parmeet that she isn’t Bani while further remembering the humiliation she was forced to suffer in the past. Color s, 10.30 p.m.

JODHA AKBAR

 In order to thank his countrymen for praying for Jodha’s well being and saving her life, Jalal calls for celebration for his countrymen. Making use of the opportunity, Sheriffudin plots Jalal’s murder. Will Sheriffudin be successful in killing Jalal or will he instead get caught? Zee TV, 8 p.m.

BEAT THE ANCESTORS

 On "Beat The Ancestors", a team of modern day engineers are tasked with recreating and improving on the machines that changed history before putting them to the test in a series of dynamic challenges. Di scover y Sci en ce, 10 p.m.

EXTREME ANIMALS

 Voyaging to the most hostile environments on earth, intrepid

presenter Steve Leonard is on a mission to find the animals that push the very limits of surivival. This thrilling series follows Steve's adventures as he braves the elements - and the animals - to uncover the most incredible examples of endurance in the natural world. Soar with Steve as he confronts creatures at vertigo-inducing heights and dive with him to bone-crushing depths. Huddle for warmth with animals in the Arctic and try to keep your cool in the searing heat of the desert. Packed with action and intimate wildlife encounters this is the ultimate armchair experience of life on the edge, with a presenter who's not afraid to go there. An imal Planet, 10 p.m .

SEVEN WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM

 Travel from the Sun to the far-out reaches of Neptune as spec-

tacular series SEVEN WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM explores the very latest breath-taking images sent directly from space. Combing dramatic CGI with the very latest scientific in-

Bani-Ishq Da Kalma, Colors, 10.30 p.m.

formation beamed back from the fleet of probes, rovers and telescopes currently in orbit, delve into an alien world where giant ice fountains rise to over 100km and immense volcanoes capable of ripping a planet apart dominate the landscape. This imagery will be the launch pad for a stunning journey to the planets and moons beyond our world, finding the biggest, most bizarre and most powerful natural phenomena. Discover y, 8 p.m .

EK NANAD KI KHUSHIYON KI CHAABI - MERI BHABHI

 At Shergill house all the misunderstandings get cleared from

both the families and Dildaar is zapped and everyone asks what happened? Then Ashish and Ishan says that fufaji has rented out their decoration of wedding to someone else. Everyone is shocked. Zor gets irritated and tells dildar that he needs all the decoration as soon as possible. Buaji assures that everything will be done. Star Plus, 8 p.m.

ARROW

The Suicide Squad is sent on its first mission, and Diggle agrees to join the team but is shocked to learn that the unit includes all criminals he and Arrow helped put away. Star World, 10 p.m .

MOVIES OF THE DAY

THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN

 Intrepid reporter Tintin and Captain Haddock set off on a

treasure hunt for a sunken ship commanded by Haddock's ancestor. Starring Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, Star Mov ies, 9 p.m.

SANDWICH

 Sher Singh is a worker in auto company and he is writing a

strip for a low bug jet movie and he want to change his name Sher Singh to Shekhar. He have a girl friend Nisha she cannot see him with another girl. One day he went his village and find out his handicap sister getting married but only one condition he have to married groom’s sister Sweety in love of sister he say yes. When he comes to City he sees Nisha putting the gun on his head and saying married me because she was getting married to Vicky. And he say yes but doesn’t tell her. Fil my, 9 p.m .

FREAKY FRIDAY

 The wide generation gap between Tess Coleman and her

teenage daughter Anna is more than evident. They simply cannot understand each other’s preferences. On a Thursday night they have a big argument in a Chinese restaurant. Both receive a fortune cookie each from the restaurant owner’s mother which causes them to switch bodies next day. As they adjust with their new personalities, they begin to understand each other more and eventually it’s the mutual self-respect that sorts the things out. Zee Studio, 8.35 p.m .

 Inspired by the folk tales passed on from one generation to another, ‘Dus Tola’ is a simply told story of victory of goodness

STAR PLUS

P.M. 2.00 Ek Nanad Ki Khushiyon Ki Chaabi..Meri Bhabhi 3.00 Satyamev Jayate 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 3.00 4.00 4.30 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 8.30 9.00 10.00 11.00

STAR WORLD

Once Upon A Time The Killing Suburgatory Two and A Half Men Boston Legal The Killing Koffee with Karan Suburgatory Two And A Half Men Boston Legal Arrow II The Killing

BIG CMAGIC

P.M 1.00 Gharwali Baharwali : Film 3.30 Love Dosti dua 4.00 Raavi 4.30 Nadaniyaan 5.00 Jai Shree Krishna 6.00 Mahisagar 6.30 Love Dosti Dua 7.00 Raavi 7.30 Mahisagar 8.00 Nadaniyaan 8.30 Love Dosti Dua 9.00 Jai Shree Krishna 10.00 Nadaniyaan 10.30 Mahisagar

SONY TV

ZEE TV

The Adventures of Tintin, Star Movies, 9 p.m.

over greed. The story is set in Sonapur, a quaint little town that has its share of eccentrics. Shankar the local goldsmith, is headover-heels in love with his neighbor’s daughter Suvarnalata much to the chagrin of her father Daya Shastri. Shastri is bent upon finding her a suitable groom from Dubai and cover her with gold at the wedding, which will help him climb up the social ladder. Armed with nothing but a heart of pure gold, Shankar sets out to overcome the obstacles of devious plots and heartache. ‘Dus Tola’, a slice-of-life tale which mirrors our society, and is light-hearted in its narrative. B4U, 9 p.m.

GHULAM-E-MUSTAFA

 Ghulam-E-Mustafa is a 1997 Bollywood Crime Action Drama

film directed by Partho Ghosh, Starring Nana Patekar and Raveena Tandon in the lead role, it was produced by P.G. Shrikanth and Dinesh Gandhi under the S.G.S. Cinearts International and Eros International banners. Set in the early 1996s, Ghulam-e-Mustafa is an action, crime and sad-love story centering around the turbulent and tragic relationship between Gangster Mustafa and Dancer Kavita, a relationship which come to an end with the death of kavita due to his field. It was average film of 1997 despite of having mix to positive reviews movie fails to impress on Indian Box Office earning 8.9 million rupees upon its release despite a 11 million rupee budget. Zee Ci nem a, 8.30 p.m.

4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00

6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30

9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00

LISTING

Qubool Hai Ek Mutthi Aasmaan Jodha Akbar Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se Pavitra Rishta Ek Mutthi Aasmaan Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Jodha Akbar Do dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se Pavitra Rishta. Qubool Hai Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya Doli Armaano Ki Jodha Akbar

LIFE OK

P.M. 2.00 Savdhaan India 6.00 The Adventures of Hatim

10.00 Firangi Bahu 10.30 Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali. 11.00 Aakhir Bahu Bhi toh Beti Hee P.M. 2.00 2.30 3.00 4.30 6.00

7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 P.M.

SAB TV

Taarak FIR Baal Veer Jeannie Aur Juhu Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Pritam Pyare Aur Woh Balal Veer Taarak Chidiya Ghar Jeanie Aur Juju Lapataganj-Ek Baar Phir FIR Taarak Mehta

ZEE MARATHI

P.M. 2.00 Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya 2.30 Doli Armaano Ki 3.00 Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke 3.30 Pavitra Rishta

Mad Mike and Mark Food Factory American Digger Seven Wonders of the Solar System 9.00 Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell 10.00 You Have Been Warned 11.00 Extreme Bodies

SCIENCE

P.M. 2.00 How It’s Made 3.00 Space Month 4.00 Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman 4.50 Dark Matters 5.40 How It’s Made 6.00 The Gadget Show 7.00 Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman 8.00 How It’s Made 9.00 Space Month 10.00 Beat The Ancestors 11.00 Massive Engines

HISTORY CHANNEL

DDI (Main Channel) News in Marathi Ayushaman Bhava Sukh Pahata Lochani Tiwalya Bawalya Kalpataru News in Marathi Amhi Karbharni Krishi Darshan Patla Tar Ghya Bollywood Calling Saraswatichandra News Samachar Pavitra Bandhan Dil Jo Kah Na Saka Tulsi More Angna Buniyaad

MOVIE CHANNELS

P.M. 12.30 3.00 5.00 7.00 9.00 11.00 A.M 8.30 10.00

STARMOVIES

Underworld Liar Liar Tremors City Hunter The Adventures of Tintin Two Brothers Liar Liar Two Brothers

HBO

P.M. 12.15 Rise of the Guardians 2.00 Jack Reacher 4.25 Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous 6.40 The Four 9.00 The Dark Knight Rises A.M. 9.15 The Dukes of Hazzard

ZEE STUDIO

P.M. 1.00 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End 4.20 Drag Me to Hell 6.20 Goal II: Living The Dream 8.35 Freaky Friday (2003) 10.30 The Chamber A.M. 10.10 Definitely Maybe

Jodha Akbar, Zee TV, 8 p.m.

7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 9.30 10.00

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

COLORS

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

SAHARA ONE

P.M 2.00 Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Beti Hee Hai 2.30 Firangi Bahu 3.00 Dharam Adhikari: Film. Dilip Kumar, Sridevi 6.00 Rishton Ke Bhanwar Mein Jljhi Niyati 6.30 Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali 7.00 Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Beti 7.30 Firangi Bahu 8.00 Haunted Nights: Kaun Hai Who? 8.30 Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali 9.00 Aakhir Bahu Bhi Toh Bet 9.30 Rishton Ke Bhawar Mein Uljhi Niyati

Desh Ki Beti Nandini, Sony TV, 9 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 Asmita 4.30 Shri Va Sau Pakke Shejari 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

ANIMAL PLANET

P.M. 2.00 3.00 3.30 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00 P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00

WTR Extreme Animals Planet Wild Wildest Africa Bad Dog AP Safari Predation WTR Be The Creature Extreme Animals Planet Wild River Monsters

DISCOVERY

Earth Flight Man Vs Wild First Time Filmmakers Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell

DOORDARSHAN

P.M. 2.30 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.35 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.55 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.15 8.30 9.00 10.00 10.30

6.00 7.00 7.30 8.00

ZEE CAFÉ

P.M. 2.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 3.00 House of Cards 4.00 America Funniest Home Videos 5.00 Just for Laughs 6.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 7.00 House of Cards 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Cougar Town 9.00 Being Erica 10.00 The Secret Life of the American Teenager 11.00 House of Cards

Crime Patrol Main Na Boolungi Ek Nayi Pehchaan Desh Ki Beti Nandini Kehta Hai Dil Jee Le Zara 10.00 Maharana Pratap 11.00 Crime Patrol

 Rowdy Rathore is about Shiva who is a small time conman in

love with Priya, a pretty girl whom he met at a wedding. In this picture perfect world, there is a six year old Neha, who inexplicably believes Shiva to be her dad! And if this wasn’t bad enough, Shiva faces a series of life threatening attacks by a gang of deadly criminals. While trying desperately to save his life and his love, Shiva stumbles upon a deadly secret. A secret that will take him to a small town in Bihar; terrorized by its ruthless MLA and the mafia he controls; a town whose inhabitants’ only hope for redemption is - Shiva! The mystery slowly unravels itself through some of the best action packed scenes. Max, 9 p.m.

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ROWDY RATHORE

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11.00 Rangoli 11.30 Natioal Programme of Dance: Kathakali by Oyoor Koshu Govinda Pillai Samachar. News Sports News Campus News Samachar. News. Samachar Rajyon Se Samachar. Metro Scan Business Wrap Samachar News

9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00

Top Secret Recipe Ancient Aliens Baggage Battles Ice Road Truckers Mudcats Pawn Stars Counting Cars Dynamo: Magician Impossible Modern Marvels Pawn Stars Counting Cars Dangerous Persuasions

P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 8.30 9.00 10.00 11.00

Expedition Wild Inside IPL Monsoon Railway Nordic Wild Brain Games Inside Customs The Indestructibles Brain Games Seconds from Disaster Taboo

NAT. GEOGRAPHIC

STAR SPORTS1

P.M. 2.00 Jai Ho 3.00 ICC World T20 Best of Matches 4.00 T20 Triumphs 4.30 Jai Ho 5.00 Asia Cup 14 h/ls 6.00 ICC World T20 Best Innings 6.30 Jai Ho 7.00 Star Power 7.30 T20 Triumphs 8.00 Asia Cup 14 h/ls 9.00 ICC World T20 Best Innings 9.30 Jai Ho 10.00 T20 Triumphs 10.30 Jai Ho 11.00 Star Power

STAR SPORTS4

P.M. 1.00 3.00 3.30 4.30 5.00 7.00 7.30 8.00 9.00 9.30

DDII (Metro Channel)

P.M. 2.00 2.30 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.05 6.30 7.00 7.30

P.M. 2.00 3.00 4.00 4.30 5.30 6.30 7.00 8.00

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Rangoli, DDI, 11 p.m. 8.00 8.15 8.30 10.00 10.30 11.00

News Night Samachar News Night Late Edition Raat Saddhe Dus Khel Samachar.

P.M. 2.00 3.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.30

Football Today Liga Liga Superstar BPL h/ls The Football Review Barclays Premier League 13/14 Liga Bbva 13/14 Premier League World Inside Grand Prix Liga Bbva FIA F1 World Championship The Football Review Football Today

TEN CRICKET

SA Tour of SL 13 h/ls India Tour of SA 13 h/ls Cricket Classics Aus Tour of SA 14 h/ls Eng Tour of WI h/ls Ram Salm T20 Challenge 14 h/ls 10.25 ICC Cricket 360.

P.M. 2.40 5.00 7.05 9.00 11.35 A.M. 7.00 9.15 11.15 P.M. 1.35 4.25 8.00 10.30 A.M. 8.10 10.50

PIX

21 Jump Street After Earth John Rambo Iron Man Iron Man 2

9.30 Ek Gaadi Baki Anaari: Ashok Saraf, Laxmikant Berde

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Chhota Bheem Marathon Mr Bean Kaalia Ke Chele Special Half Chaddi Sppecial Chhota Bheem Marathon Chatur Chetan Takeshi’s Castle Mad Thomas and Friends Kumbh Karan Chhota Bheem Mr Bean

Wushu John Rambo Rogue Assasin

STAR GOLD

Maine Dil Tujhko Diya Dil Hai Tumhaara Makkhi Farz Sabse Bada Khiladi Kaal Diljale

Freaky Friday, Zee Studio, 10.30 p.m.

MAX

P.M. 1.00 Aamdani Atthanni: Govinda 5.30 Sabse B adi Hera Pheri 9.00 Rowdy Rathore: Akshay Kumar A.M. 7.00 Ishaqzaade: Parineeti Chopra 10.30 Dil Bole Haddipa: Rani

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P.M. 2.30 Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein: Fardeen Khan 5.45 Hindsutani Yodha 8.30 Ghulam-E-Mustafa: Nana Patekar A.M. 11.00 Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyao: Amitabh Bahchan

CVO

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FILMY

Bandit Queen: Seema Biswas Mawaali: Jeetendra Atishbaz: Shatrughan Sinha Sandwich: Givinda, Ravina Tandon

B4U

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P.M. 2.00 Yedyanchi Jatra: Bharat Jadhav 4.30 Halad Tujhi Kunku Majhe: Miling G 7.00 Dhoomdhadaka: Mahesh Kothare

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Doraemon Phineas and Ferb Gravity Falls Best of Luck Nikki Doraemon Phineas and Ferb Vicky Aur Veetal Ishaan Best of Luck Nikki Oye Jassie Best of Luck Nikki The Suite Life of Karan and Kabir Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Sofia the First Quack Pack Gravity Falls Doraemon Phineas and Ferb

DISNEY XD

P.M. 1.00 Kid vs Kat 1.30 Kiteretsu 5.30 Iron Man Armored Adventures 6.30 American Dragon Jake Long 7.00 Phineas and Ferb 8.00 Ultimate: Spider Man 8.30 Kiteretsu 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 Phineas and Ferb 11.00 Super Robot.


‘Samvidhaan’

Swara Bhaskar to anchor Benegal’s

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By Sandeep Hattangadi Actress How does it feel to host such a prestigious show? Swara Bhaskar of I feel both honoured and privileged to be part of this prestigious venture and to be directed by a legend such ‘Raanjhanaa’, ‘Tanu as Shyam Benegal so early in my career. Having grown up watching ‘Bharat Ek Khoj’, it is very special for me to have worked with Shyam sir, the man responsible for so much that is admirable in and right about Weds Manu’, ‘Aurangzeb' and Hindi cinema over the last 30 years. Possibly one of the most erudite people I've met, the time I was ‘Listen Amaya’ fame will tell you blessed to spend with Shyam Babu has been such a pleasure, a lesson and an eye-opener for me. He is a very alert director and comes always prepared on the sets with all his homework done. the tale of how the Indian Constitution was born offering How did you bag such a well-conceived show? When Atul (Tiwari) sir and Shama Zaidi, both the writers of the series first narrated to me a interesting insights as the anchor of the couple of episodes of 'Samvidhaan', I was stunned by how dramatic the story of the birth of the Indian Constitution was, and impressed by the glorious tale. Atul sir and Shama ma'am TV series ‘Samvidhaan’. Filmed partly are stalwart writers of the industry and dramatising the Constituent Assembly debates into a within the Parliament of India, drama with such apparent ease is a feat they must be applauded for and I was ready to host the show. 'Samvidhaan' is a 10-part mini-series on the birth of the Indian Constitution directed How was it like working on the show? Just speaking their beautifully etched, poetic Hindi and Urdu dialogues has been my greatest by veteran Shyam Benegal, written by Shama pleasure and my toughest challenge. For the first time in the history of Indian film or Zaidi and Atul television, a shooting has taken place within the actual precincts of the Parliament of India. I feel honoured to have been the sole actor involved in that shoot. I can say that after having shot Tiwari and for 'Samvidhaan' I am a doubly proud Indian. Our fore-fathers have envisaged and put together produced by a Constitution for our country that is commendable in every way and the story of its birth is one that every Indian should be aware and proud of. RSTV – What is ‘Samvidhaan’ all about? Rajya 'Samvidhaan' tells the story about how the constitution of India came to be, what it is, and is based on Sabha TV the Constituent Assembly debates of 1946-1949 and on in-depth historical research. The TV series that features stalwarts of Hindi Art Cinema like Rajit Kapoor, Ila Arun, Dalip Tahil, Divya Dutta, K.K. Raina, Sachin Kedekar, Rajeshwari Sachdev, Tom Alter and Neeraj Kabi among others, will be aired on the Rajya Sabha channel in 45-minute episodes.

TV TATTLE Film Promo

Catch hottie Sunny Leone in a desi avatar. Yes, for her appearance on Zee TV’s popular primetime drama 'Pavitra Rishta', where she landed up to promote her upcoming flick ‘Ragini MMS 2’, Sunny wore a shimmering beige sari. Dancing to her catchy ditty ‘Baby doll’, Sunny Leone had heads turning and jaws dropping on the sets of 'Pavitra Rishta' with her desi look. The show's in-house beauty Ankita Lokhande went out of her way and personally purchased a gorgeous white Manish Malhotra saree for her joint performance with Sunny.

Brave girl

On 'Halla Bol', on Bindaas this week, audiences will see popular choreographer Shruti Merchant as the female icon. While narrating a the real life incident of her student, she said, “I had a student who wanted to become a choreographer, but all her dreams were shattered when she became a victim to an acid attack. But because she was so strongwilled, she made up her mind to not let it bog her down. I am extremely proud of the fact that she now runs a dancing school. I want to make a humble request to all the male audiences to learn to respect a woman’s choice and be a gentleman”.

Party time

Tapu Sena in ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ are doing very interesting things. Madhavi was excited about her upcoming wedding anniversary. But she was totally unaware of Bhide and his newfound love Bandya, the scooter that he borrowed from one of his friends for a few days. And now that Champaklal Ghada (Amit Bhatt) has been injured in a scooter accident, Bhide will be held accountable for his affection and love for Bandya rather than his beloved wife. Well, this time around Bhide will be taken by surprise as Tappu Sena will come to his rescue.

New Passion

Krystle D'Souza aka Sakshi who is seen in Sony Entertainment Television’s ‘Ekk Nayi Pehchaan’ not only loves to be in front of the camera, but behind it as well. We are all aware about her baking expertise and acting skills but now the actress has added one more skill to her kitty – her passion for photography. She has been clicking away to glory, wherever she has been and the best people for her to click are her co-stars in her show. She has recently bought a new professional camera to fulfill her passion.

an a m h e M i z a a B e m o 'Welc Nawaazi Ki' is back

Honouring heroes

Team CID was in Sion on Sunday to inaugurate 'Mission Mumbai' by felicitating the local heroes. The people of Pratiksha Nagar (Sion) were overwhelmed to see their favourite stars amongst them and couldn’t stop chanting their names. The event attended by ACP Pradyuman (Shivaji Satam), Daya (Dayanand Shetty), Abhijeet (Aditya Shrivastava), Dr. Salunkhe (Narendra Gupta), Freddy (Dinesh Phadnis), Dr. Tarika (Shradha Musale) and Nikhil (Abhay Shukla) saw the cast felicitating the real life heroes who have made a difference in the society.

Salman fan

Abhishek Awasthi, currently seen as inspector Gabru Singh in Manish Goswami's 'Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai' is loving his stint in the show. He quips, “The role that I am playing is phenomenal and is giving me 100 per cent exposure, I have so many shades to experiment with, it's enriching as a performer”. The actor is a huge fan of Salman Khan and excitedly said, “My character Gabru Singh is a lot like Chulbul Pandey, same bracelet, same dialogues and same style, I really like Salman and idolise him”.

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COFFEEBREAK

CRYPTIC CROSSWORD 722

ENIGMA CODE 722

ACROSS: 1 Little appreciation having a deep sleep in Washington port (6) 4 No good including an agreement to start translating something colourful (8) 9 Love sheep over fish (6) 10 One boy dressed as a monitor (8) 12 Burden boy carries round (4) 13 Warrior who has no mortal end to sing of (3,7) 15 Indication of diggings updated and a few possible sackings (12) 18 He's constructively employed in a supporting role (8,4) 21 Stretch a leg? Not I. No. It's not right (10) 22 Song of praise from a European (4) 24 Stretcher provided by former nurse? (8) 25 His usage of English makes him sound even more unpleasant (6) 26 Stop being certain about a complicated case (8) 27 She's fairly feminine (6)

DOWN: 1 Circus performers need glasses (8) 2 Is it the black or the red dog that is getting so worked up? (8) 3 Post that once provided personal protection (4) 5 Grass nurtured by drops of water in Halifax? (9,3) 6 Student of what's bad in China (10) 7 Not set for United Nations aboutface? (6) 8 Hat in her luggage is stuffed or artfully protected (6) 11 Obstruct the mail in capitals (5,7) 14 All-round light distribution (10)

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Each colour in our code represents a letter. When you have cracked the code you will be able to make up seven words. The clue to first word is given to help you get started. The Clue: Barbs

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SOLUTION TO TUESDAY’S ENIGMA CODE EATERY, ARTERY, ERRATA, RATTER, TARTAR, TEETER, TREATY

16 Tactics to acquire by using Rugby street map? (4,4) 17 Forming the Western Union as a kind of surrogate mother (3,5) 19 Resolves to exclude mine, which

is discouraging (6) 20 After tea one is in the water, or about to fall there (6) 23 Stagger and kneel before sweetheart (4)

SOLUTION TO TUESDAY’S CRYPTIC CROSSWORD ACROSS: 1 Smash-ups, 5 Cellar, 10 Secombe, 11 Invents, 12 Agist, 13 Speedwell, 14 Dictionaries, 18 A king's ransom, 21 Long shots, 23 Tarsi, 24 Runrate, 25 Exulted, 26 Smacks, 27 Sting-ray. DOWN: 1 Sashay, 2 Archie, 3 Hamstring, 4 Please turn over, 6 Eaved, 7 Lingerie, 8 Restless, 9 Rise to one's feet, 15 About turn, 16 War-lords, 17 Bignonia, 19 Crater, 20 Fiddly, 22 Stark.

QUICK CROSS 722

ACROSS: 1. Certain switches 4. Edison initials 5. Weight, height, etc. 8. 52, in old Rome 9. Landslide debris 12. Moray, for ex. 13. Heredity letters

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MATH PYRAMID 722 The goal of Math Pyramid is to fill the given pyramid with numbers such that the following three rules are satisfied. 1. A cell value must be sum or difference of the two cells below 2. A row cannot have duplicate numbers 3. A number cannot be less than 1 or more than the grid size

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TUESDAY’S SOLUTION

DOWN: 1. Off. Training Sch. 2. __ King Cole 3. Marks of authority 6. -- -tac-toe 7. Begot 10. Poetic contraction 11. High note

HIDATO 722

The goal of Hidato is to fill the grid with consecutive numbers that connect horizontally, vertically, or diagonally from first to the last number in the grid. The first and last numbers of a puzzle and a some other numbers are already filled in. TUESDAY’S SOLUTION

MATHDOKU 722

Place numbers into the puzzle cells in such a way that each row and column contains each of the digits from 1 up to the size of the puzzle (4,5 or 6). Like a Sudoku puzzle, no number is repeated in any row or column. Each bold-outlined group of cells contains a hint consisting of a number and one of the mathematical symbols + x - /. The number is the result of applying the mathematical operation represented by the symbol to the digits contained within the domain. The solution to each puzzle is arrived at logically and is unique. TUESDAY’S SOLUTION


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TIGER BUD BLAKE

TODAY’S FORECAST

JAGJIT UPPAL

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

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Cancer 12th Phalgun Shuklapaksha Ashlesha Ahoratri Karaka (Cancer) H.D. Peridot Green 3

BIRTHDAY FORECAST: An important contract to be signed this year will result in great prosperity and progress. The employed can look forward to better prospects coming through a large organization. You may get an opportunity to work in a foreign country. A strange turn to your romantic involvement may require you to restructure your association. Have a frank dialogue with your beloved. You may get just one chance to save your relationship, and if you do not avail it, your relationship may end. BABIES BORN TODAY: Will be pleasantly plump, elegant, attractive eyes, healthy and long-lived. Will be always helpful, responsible, caring, emotional, and sensitive. Moody nature could be misunderstood and considered to be arrogant or proud. Extremely, well organized, artistic and creative. Success and happiness is indicated. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): You will be in your element now. With a little extra cash in your pocket, you will be much more optimistic about the future. Happiness and joy in all you do is assured. Family affairs run smoothly. Others will be very co-operative and even help you financially. Health wise, you will be full of vitality.

TAURUS (April 21 - May 20): You will strike a good bargain getting you immediate benefits. Concentrate on your routine work, which is now, poised for a major growth. Personal relationships are disappointing. Don’t let it bother you. You can’t please everybody. At times you can feel alone and forsaken.

GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): You will be full of fresh ideas that are worth implementing. Do not resort to borrowing; you are capable of raising your own funds. Sensible juggling of investments will help no doubt but your will also have to allay any insecurity it could create in relationships. Be patient with others.

CANCER (June 21 - July 21): After a hectic work schedule and the signing of an important contract you can relax and enjoy your success. An outing to a club or some entertainment program is enjoyable. A happy event or celebration in the family could keep you busy. There could also be unexpected visitors at home.

LEO (July 22 - August 21): Try to have a more positive outlook in your dealings with others. Do not underestimate the value and strength of faith and justice in people. Understand rather than be critical of others’ mistakes. Your own shortcomings may become targets of discussion if you are not more careful.

VIRGO (August 22 - September 21): You will make headway in your work and career through sheer hard work and also through an important contact that you recently made. However, don’t expect immediate results from your efforts. A minor misunderstanding at work should not be allowed to spoil your day. Important developments within the family will make you happy.

LIBRA (September 22 - October 22): You have been patient for a long time. It has affected you physically and emotionally. It is now time to take a decision, be assertive and be prepared for a confrontation. Speak out what you feel and the issues will be resolved. At an outing this evening try to relax and enjoy the company of those who care for you.

SCORPIO (October 23 - November 21): You will have to be very careful with money management today. You are surrounded by elements that are interested in self-growth rather than have your concern in mind. Do not let others play upon your emotions as this a particularly crucial time for you. You may be feeling lonely and blue needing an emotional outlet but somehow the opportunity of being with right person seems to be missing.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 December 20): Financial gains will accrue to you from work completed earlier. You will have a rewarding day at work. Clearance for a particular assignment will also come through now. Plans for a journey are likely with your mate and family. Property matters may require looking into.

CAPRICORN (December 21 - January 19): Others may try to create problems for you, which you will successfully overcome. However, you will have to watch out for situations that could be tricky. Investments on long-term deals are favorable. Don’t look for immediate benefits. Try to relax in the evening.

AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 18): You have a natural talent for getting to the heart of the problem without wasting time on minor side issues. This quality will be evident and appreciated in a meeting today. A relationship that is important to you can get more exciting if you make the effort.

PISCES (February 19 - March 20): Financially you are doing extremely well for yourself. You will be inundated with more work than you can handle and have to work hard to finish all that you have set out to do. You will have the support of your mate and loved ones. You will be bringing about some necessary changes at your residence or office


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QUICK CROSSWORD 4916 ACROSS: 1 Throb like the heart does? (4) 4 Mr Mukherjee, our President (6) 8 A fastener with metal or plastic interlocking teeth (3) 10 An NCO (4) 13 Coffee stimulant (8) 14 Dark or dark-complexioned (7) 15 Packed away (6) 17 Bank of England bill? (5,4) 21 Pounds per square inch, in short? (3) 22 Adolf's bride (3) 23 Distress call (3) 26 New state carved out of Bihar (9) 27 Lady lawyer who was prepared to give a pound of flesh without a drop of blood (6) 28 Run-down theater (7) 32 Unswervingly loyal (4,4) 34 1760 yards? (4) 35 Jelly - "leg" anagram? (3) 36 Cedes, brings about (6) 37 Danube colour? (4)

DOWN: 1 A fish; a voice (4) 2 "A gal" anagram for non-flowering stemless water plant? (4) 3 Strike with the foot (4) 5 Disprove (6) 6 Indonesia’s earlier name (3) 7 ___ white : overcharges to a tremendous extent? (6) 9 Bear a cost or penalty, in recompense for some action (3) 11 Descend, plunge or plummet with an idea of an assault? (5) 12 Singer Lopez (5) 15 ___ - turn: main item of an entertainment, etc.? (4) 16 "Hold it!" (4) 18 "Ruse" anagram for a doper? (4) 19 Ms Dhupia of Bollywood (4) 20 Another word for 'eggs' (3) 23 Mr. Benegal, the renowned film director (5) 24 Gasteropod mollusc (5) 25 A lack of emotions or feelings (6)

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SUDOKU 2102 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.

YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION

Difficulty Level: 

CRYPTOQUIP

Today’s clue: D equals U

The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another.

26 Refused to comply (6) 28 Stale air (3) 29 A long, white vegetable with a flavour like an anion (4)

30 A small ball of medicine that is swallowed whole (4) 31 "T" in T.V. (4) 33 Small guitar (3)

SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S QUICK CROSSWORD ACROSS: 1 Pebble, 7 Rounding, 8 Shel, 10 Exhale, 11 Nicest, 14 Ole, 16 Puree, 17 As of, 19 Mobil, 21 Mowed, 22 Eaten, 23 Cost, 26 Growl, 28 Gir, 29 Upheld, 30 Not new, 31 Ebro, 32 Breakage, 33 Dusted. DOWN: 1 Pamela, 2 Behalf, 3 Erle, 4 Insipid, 5 Niter, 6 Agate, 8 Shoo, 9 Ele, 12 Cul, 13 Sends, 15 Cowed, 18 Sharp, 19 Mot, 20 Ben, 21 Mallika, 22 Ewe, 23 Citrus, 24 Or no, 25 Toward, 26 Gumbo, 27 Ohgee, 28 Gob, 30 Need.

IRREGULAR SUDOKU 1921 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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YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION

E G B G L W L

S E

K W D

H S I G

S

Q G N G E J G

S Y W F W P K

S L G

D E O Z F

S A A D J G Q

YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: Poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another

Afternoon WORD MINE

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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: 60 average; 65 good; 70 outstanding. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: delve, delved, devote, devoted, DEVOTEDLY, dove, love, loved, veldt, veto, vetoed, vole, volt, vote, voted.

HEATHCLIFF

Yesterday’s


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EW DELHI: United Arab Emirates will stage the initial phase of the IPL while Bangladesh was kept on standby for some of the matches by the BCCI, ending weeks of speculation over the venues of the high-profile event which was today scheduled from April 16 to June 1. The tournament, which had to be partly shifted out of the country owing to the general elections, will return to India for the final phase from May 13 though the BCCI has sought the government's permission to stage matches in the country from May 1 itself.The early return to India would be possible only if the government agrees to provide security to the tournament in states where polling would have concluded at that stage. "The BCCI is pleased to announce that the 2014 Pepsi IPL season will start on Wednesday 16th April 2014, and conclude on Sunday, 1st June 2014," Board Secretary Sanjay Patel said in a statement. The initial phase of the tournament would be played out at three venues in the UAE -- Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah from April 16 to 30."From Wednesday 16th April to Wednesday 30th April, at least 16 matches will be held in the United Arab Emirates. BCCI is very grateful to the Emirates Cricket the government of the UAE for their the BCCI stated. The second half has been tentaBoard, its Chairman, HH Sheikh offer of wholehearted support to Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, and host the Pepsi IPL for this period," tively kept in Bangladesh but could be held in India if the BCCI manages to get the government's clearance."For the period from Thursday 1st May to Monday 12th May, BCCI has approached the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, seeking permission to play IPL matches in India in cities where the polling has concluded in the respecJAUNPUR (UP): Senior BCCI viceseriousness. If the charges are tive state. president Rajeev Shukla today proved, guilty will be banned for life," "BCCI is extremely conscious of sounded out a warning that the Shukla said. the various complexities involved, cricket board will have zero-tolerance He had come for the campaign of but hopes for a favourable considertowards match-fixing and anyone Congress candidate from Jaunpur ation. BCCI will abide by the decifound guilty of indulging in Ravi Kishen, who is a Bhojpuri sion of the authorities in this regard. malpractices during IPL-7 will be filmstar. The first part of IPL from If it is not possible "banned for life". April 16 to 30 will be held in United to play in India during this period, "The BCCI and IPL governing Arab Emirates while Bangladesh is IPL matches will be held in council are alert after spot-fixing on stand-bye as an off-shore venue Bangladesh and BCCI is thankful to allegations in previous edition of IPL. from May 1-12 provided union home the Bangladesh Cricket Board and Each and every game of seventh ministry doesn't give go-ahead to the government of Bangladesh for edition of IPL will be thoroughly BCCI on organizing matches during their support," the Board said. monitored. Any complaint to Anticounting phase of the general But there is no ambiguity for the Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) elections. IPL will be back in India final leg, which willbe held in the will be dealt with a lot of from May 13 to June 1. country. "From Tuesday 13th May (once

Life ban for any player involved in fixing in IPL-7: Rajeev Shukla

Overseas again... The Indian Premier League will be held this time in UAE instead of South Africa in 2009.

polling has concluded in all states), the remaining league matches plus the Playoffs will be played in India. There will be no matches scheduled on the counting day of Friday, 16th May. BCCI will take the advice of the authorities if any further restrictions are required around the counting day. "A detailed match schedule for the Pepsi IPL 2014 season will be sent out soon," the BCCI said. The general elections are scheduled to be held in nine phases from April 7 to May 12, owing to which the government had refused to provide security for the IPL.This is the second time that the event has had to be forced out of the country due to elections. In 2009, the entire tournament had to be shifted to South Africa, a country which was in contention to host the event even this time. The BCCI officials and IPL Chairman Ranjeeb Biswal had been holding discussions with the Home Ministry for the past few days to work out the schedule of the league which will have eight teams

Shukla five-for helps Jharkhand beat Services in Vijay Hazare K

OLKATA: Rahul Shukla grabbed five wickets in an impressive pace bowling display as Jharkhand beat Services by 25 runs to set up a semifinal clash against Ranji champions Karnataka in Vijay Hazare Trophy one-day cricket tournament here today. Shukla (5/61) and fellow pacer Jaskaran Singh (2/22) ran through the Services top order as they were shot out for 189 in 48.4 overs while chasing a target of 215 at the Jadavpur University second campus ground at Salt Lake. Services were reduced to a precarious 62 for five at one stage before number seven batsman Soumya Swain (45 from 66 balls;

Punjabâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Yuvraj Singh returns after losing his wicket during Vijay Hazare Trophy match at Eden Garden in Kolkata on Wednesday.

5x4) and skipper Yashpal Singh (39 from 81 balls) rebuilt the innings before Jharkhand leg-spinner Ashish Yadav broke the 46-run sixth wicket stand by dismissing the latter. Left-hander Swain and Suraj Yadav (28 from 35 balls; 3x4) threatened to tilt the game in Services' favour by adding a quickfire 35 runs from 33 balls to take the equation to 71 runs required from 63 balls. It was Shukla the fielder who came into the picture, running out the aggressive-looking Swain in a joint effort with Shahbaz Nadeem to break the seventh wicket partnership.Man-of-the-match Shukla, who was given the extended quota,

returned to wipe the tail en route to his second five-for in List A matches as Services were bundled out for 189 in 48.4 overs. Earlier, number nine Shukla scored 32 runs from 34 balls with two sixes after Kumar Deobrat (84 from 99 balls; 7x4, 2x6) and Keshav Kumar (41 from 74 balls; 3x4) rescued Jharkhand from a top-order collapse with a 111-run fifth wicket partnership. Brief Scores: Jharkhand: 214 in 48.2 overs (Kumar Deobrat 84, Keshav Kumar 41; Suraj Yadav 4/36, Shadab Nazar 4/53) beat Services 189 in 48.4 overs (Soumya Swain 45, Yashpal Singh 39; Rahul Shukla 5/61) by 25 runs.

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West Indies beat England to take series

BRIDGETOWN: West Indies rallied from a middle-order wobble to romp to a series-clinching fivewicket victory over England in the second Twenty20 International of the three-match series at Kensington Oval in Barbados. Jos Buttler's career-best 67 saw the tourists' to a total of 152 for seven batting first with leftarm seamer Krishmar Santokie justifying his inclusion in place of injured spinner Sunil Narine by claiming four for 21 to earn the "Man of the Match" award yesterday. Cruising at 111 for two in the 15th over, the hosts lost three wickets for five runs before captain Darren Sammy belted an unbeaten 30 off just nine deliveries to take his team to 155 for five with seven balls to spare. With an unbeatable 2-0 lead going into the final match on Thursday at the same venue, the World T20 title-holders are looking for a strong finish in the Caribbean before heading off to Bangladesh for the defence of their crown. "This is all about building towards the T20 World Cup," said a delighted Sammy."It's good that all the guys are firing and when you sit down and plan, then execute on the field, it feels good."

West Indies' Dwayne Bravo and Darren Sammy embrace after beating England by five wickets with seven balls remaining during their second T20 match at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.

Handicapped by the absence of regular captain and key bowler Stuart Broad because of injury, England nevertheless proved far more competitive than in the first match on Sunday, although their poor start with the bat and inability to sustain the effort in the field eventually cost them dearly. "I though we were about 15-20 runs short at the end," stand-in England skipper Eoin Morgan conceded. "We showed a lot of fight though, which is good heading into the World Cup."


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SINDHU, KASHYAP ENTER SECOND ROUND OF SWISS OPEN

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Anand faces top seed Aronian in the opener in Candidates

KHANT Y MASIYSK (RUSSIA): Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand will start his campaign against top seed Levon Aronian of Armenia in the first round of Candidates chess tournament. After a first round with white against Aronian, the Indian will have two black games to negotiate against Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov of Azerbaijan. The eight-player super tournament will decide the next challenger for world champion Magnus Carlsen later in the year. The event will be played under Classical time control with 120 minutes for the first 40 moves and 60 minutes for the next 20. If the game still continues the sudden death time control will come in to effect giving both players 15 minutes each with a 30 second increment from move 61.

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ASEL: Top Indian shuttlers P V Sindhu, Parupalli Kashyap and Anand Pawar got off to winning starts, notching up victories in their respective opening round singles matches at the the USD 125,000 Swiss Grand Prix Gold tournament here today. World championship bronze medallist Sindhu posted a comfortable 21-18 21-15 victory over Malaysian Sannatasah Saniru in 32 minutes to enter the second round of the women's singles event. Kashyap and Pawar also reached the second round of the men's singles competition with straight game victories. But it was curtains for Kidambi Srikanth in the men's singles, while Saili Rane failed to cross the opening round hurdle in women's singles.Seventh seeded Sindhu opened with a 3-0 lead and went on to extend it to 10-3 in the first game. But the

abadi girl showed a lot of character as she went on to pocket three straight points to wrap up the opening game 21-18. The second game was a neckand-neck battle till 7-7 before the Malaysian opened up a 13-9 lead, but Sindhu held on to her nerves to make it 12-13 and then tie it at 14-14. There was no looking back for the Indian from there and she dominated the proceedings to seal the match in her favour. World No. 9 Sindhu will take on winner of the match between Li Michelle of Canada and Russia's Ella Diehl in the next round. Meanwhile, Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Kashyap prevailed over The Netherlands' Erik Meijs 21-17 21-15 in a match that lasted 34 minutes. World Malaysian raised her tempo and number 18 Kashyap led 6-3 early managed to reduce the gap to 15- on, before slipping to 9-11, but he 16 before making it 17-17.But at raised his game in time and pock18-18, the 18-year-old Hyder- eted the first game.

Gold for Himanshu at US World Open Taekwondo C’ship By Ashok Dhamija

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AVI MUMBAI: Martial arts prodigy from Panvel, Himanshu Visale added another feather in his cap in his quest for international glory, as he finished atop the podium at the recently concluded US World Open International Taekwondo Championships which drew participants from all over the world to the Portland, Oregon USA . Participating in the boy’s Junior Sparring (Black Belts) in the Fin category (< 45kg ) at Oregon Convention Center, the youngster who trains at Karnala Sports Academy in Panvel, displayed

Himanshu Vislae (R) proudly upholds the Indian tricolor along with his gold medal in the company of Rick W. Shin, Tournament Director, U.S. World Open Taekwondo Championships 2014.

great speed, agility and flexibility as he overpowered his opponents with a variety of defensive and punching maneuvers on the mat. Himanshu who has won national gold medals in the Sub-junior Taekwondo Championship organised by School Games Federation of India (SGFI) twice and thrice at Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) games, however had to face tough competition from the local favourite Abrahum Hong Chang of America in the semi-final round, before he prevailed by narrowest of margin with a score of 7-6 in best of three rounds of one minute each.

The win boosted Himanshu’s confidence, as he took to the centre stage with renewed confidence and outclassed Giya Gin of Hong Kong by five points (6-1) to bag his first international Gold medal, in the Junior category (1417 years) in what was the silver jubilee of this prestigious World Championship. “I owe the credit to my coach and renowned international referee Subhash Patil who has played a key role and has guided me throughout my career in my quest for excellence. I am also thankful to my Headmistress Kalpana Dvivedi,” said Himanshu Visale who is a ninth grade.

MUMBAI RACES: TODAY — CARD AND SELECTIONS

Chance: Ghanghorr, Divine Solitaire, Apache By Timur

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here are nine races today and the 1st starts at 2 p.m.

1. The Royal Deeds Plate 1600m: 2 P.M. 1. Ghanghorr 61.5 S. Zervan 2. Feast Of Love 60.5 P. trevor 3. Light Up My day 59.5 S. g. prasad 4. 4. Aventador 59 Sandeep Jadhav 5. Argyle Pink 58 A. Sandesh 6. Zafirah 57 B. Nikhil 7. prince arius 55.5 D. K. Ashish 8. Ibis 53.5 A. Ashhad Aasbar 9. Angel's Dream 50 Shrikant Kamble Win: Ghanghorr; Ibis 2. The Simply Gorgeous Plate - division Ii 1000m: 2.30 P.M. 1. wind craft 59 Prabhu naidu 2. Ice gate 57 S. Mosin 3. Matrioshka 57 F. Irani 4. Basic life 55.5 S. p. ranjane 5. Nature boy 55 N. s. parmar 6. Cut Diamond 54 Deep Shanker 7. new star 53.5 D. K. Ashish 8. Rocky Balboa 53.5 Shrikant Kamble 9. Ceasarina 53 B. Nikhil 10. walk of fame 53 R. Shelar

11. Golden wave 52.5 I. Pasha 12. Be cool 51.5 Dharmendar Win: Basic Life; Ma trioshka 3. The Palazzio Plate 1200m: 3.00 P.M. 1. So true 59 B. Nikhil 2. Jimbo 58.5 D. K. Ashish 3. Deep Diver 58 Shrikant Kamble 4. zoom zoom 58 A. Sandesh 5. Pitbull 55.5 S. k. jadhav 6. War Horse 55.5 Sandeep Jadhav 7. Heatwave 54 S. p. ranjane Win: War Horse; Heatwave 4. The p.A. d'avoine trophy - division I 1400m: 3.30 P.M. 1. Divine Solitaire 61 P. trevor 2. Sailor 60.5 S. Zervan 3. just by Chance 59 A. Sandesh 4. Mountain Ruler 59 Hanumant Singh 5. burgundy rose 58.5 Vikram Walkar 6. mr morrison 58.5 D. K. Ashish 7. My Freedom 58.5 Sandeep Jadhav 8. Natalian Express 58.5 Akshay 9. Earth Tamer 58 S. Mosin 10. Targetmaster 54 A. ashhad asbar 11. Administrate 52.5 S. g. prasa Win: Divine Solitaire; My Freedom 5. The D.W. reid plate 1600m 4.00 P.M. 1. janis jay 59 A. Sandesh 2. Ucheshrawa 55 S. g. prasad

3. polynesia 54.5 A. Ashhad Asbar 4. Achieve 54 N. s. Parmar 5. The Big bull 54 S. Zervan 6. Glorious Reward 53.5 Dashrath Singh 7. Malkia 53 P. Trevor Win: Malikia ; The Big Bulk

6. The Sahachari Foundation Cup 1200m 4.30 P.M. 1. Apache 55 S. Zervan 2. Jack Frost 55 P. Trevor 3. Sunny sea 55 S. Sunil 4. Light Of Arabia 53.5 Dashrath Singh 5. Midnight Dancer 53.5 D. A. Naik 6. Theory 53.5 N. S. Parmar Win: Apache; Jack Frost 7. The p.A . d'avoine trop hy - division Ii 1400m: 5.00 P.M. 1. Zanthos 59 P. Trevor 2. Ancient Treasure 57 D. A. Naik 3. Supertramp 57 I. Pasha 4. Zoe 57 Prabhu Naidu 5. Laurus Pride 56.5 A. Ashhad Asbar 6. Earth Sensor 55.5 S. P. Ranjane 7. Pamushana 55.5 Akshay 8. The Other Song 54.5 Dashrath Singh 9. Minister 54 S. G. Prasad 10. star builder 53.5 Hanumant Singh Win: Zanthos; The Other Song

8. The Simple Logic Plate 1000m: 5.30 P.M. 1. Ainra 59a. Sandesh 2. Magic star 57.5 H. G. Rathod 3. Rajsamman 57.5 Sandeep Jadhav 4. Capitano 57 B. Nikhil 5. Ice Skater 56.5 S. P. Ranjane 6. Mountain Mynah 55.5 Hanumant Singh 7. blue bay 54 P. Trevor 8. Habibian 54 S. Zervan 9. Awesome Smile 52.5 I. Pasha 10. Song Of Sparrow 52.5 S. G. Prasad 11. Pezzonovante 49.5s. K. Jadhav Win: Habibian; Ainra

9. The Simply Gorgeous Plate - division I 1000m: 6 P.M. 1. Mountain Song 61 Prabhu Naidu 2. Scarlet Of Hope 60 S. G. Prasad 3. Ice Skates 59.5 S. Mosin 4. Wiki Wiki 58.5 Shrikant Kamble 5. La Traviata 57 F. Irani 6. Yardstick 56 Hanumant Singh 7. gran amigo 55.5 N. S. Parmar 8. Blazing fire 54 I. Pasha 9. Negredo 53.5 S. s. Baria 10. Pretty hot 53 Vikram Jodha 11. Starsonboard 53 R. Shelar 12. Oasis Light 52.5 P. trevor Win: Wiki Wiki; Gram Amigo

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IN BRIEF Dadar Union, DPZ , Bombay Gymkhana win

MUMBAI: A whirlwind 110 off just 66 balls by opener Divyansh Saxena with the aid of 17 boundaries and two sixes enabled Dadar Union register a huge win over Parsee Gymkhana in a Vijay Tulpule Cup U/13 Cricket Tournament being played at Matunga. The target of 205 was far too tall for Parsee Gymkhana who could manage to survive at 80 for 6 wickets in the end. The day was good for Dadar teams as Dadar Parsee Zoroastrian eked out a deserving 10 run win over MIG CC. Having put on 146 for 9 with good contribution from Suryansh Shelke (32) and Shreeraj Gharat (37), DPZ were in deep trouble as MIG put on 77 runs on the board without loss in a dozen over. But they had a stroke of luck when Vighnesh Kharge(36) ran himself out and a couple of wickets by medium pacer Ayush Kamat saw their opponents on the baclfoot at 90 for 3 wickets. Some tight bowling resulted in the run rate climbing up for MIG and the finished at 136 for 8 much to the dismay of their coach Chandu Bhatkar.

Mathews strikes it rich for Vintage

MUMBAI: Putting up a disciplined display, Vintage FC, Dahisar carved out a fluent 3-1 victory against Naval Boys in a First Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association League at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel. Har-working striker Richie Mathews was the star performer scoring a hat-trick to complete the win for the Dahisar side and ensure that they walked away with the full three points. Anil Mane scored the lone goal for the Naval side. Results: At St. Xavier’s ground, Parel – Div-I: Vintage FC 3 (Richie Mathews 3) beat Naval Boys 1 (Anil Mane).

Hosts Oriental Insurance beat Air India to march into finals

MUMBAI: Hosts Oriental Insurance defeated Air India by 15 runs to march into the finals of the Insurance Shield Cricket Tournament. Jitu Ingle, Vinod Keni and medium pacer Ashish Dudi (4/23) were the hero of their win. Batting first, Oriental Insurance made 149 runs due to some tight bowling from S. Mudaliar (3/22) and Srikant Kambli (4/22). Jitu Ingle (38 runs) and Vinod Kini (27 runs) added vital 64 runs for the fourth wicket which proved decisive for the hosts. While chasing, Air Inida batsmen were done in by some fine medium pace bowling from Ashish Dudi and was well supported by off spinner Hirdesh Oza (2/18). For Air India, S. Mudaliar fought the lone battle. He made 62 runs with nine fours and two sixes but could not find partner from other end and they were bundled out on 134 runs in 23 overs. Brief Scores: Oriental Insurance – 149 in 29 overs (Jitu Ingle 38, Vinod Keni 27, Srikant Kambli 4/22, S. Mudaliar 3/22) Bt. Air India 134 in 23 overs (S. Mudaliar 62; Ashish Dudi 4/23, Hirdesh Oza 2/18).

Khar Gym to organize All India Tennis Tournament for Ladies

MUMBAI: Khar Gymkhana will be organizing the All India Women’s Open Tennis Tournament from March 17 to 23 at the KG Tennis Courts. It is after a decade long gap that Khar Gymkhana is organizing this tournament which will be sponsored by Dreamzkrraft. The total prize money at stake for this tournament is Rs. 1.55 Lacs. The tourney will have singles and doubles matches. Many top ranked women players from India have confirmed their participation in this prestigious tournament. Contact: Rajesh Belani – 9821165941.


BAYERN, ATLETICO EASE INTO CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTERS

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ARIS: Holders Bayern Munich kept their hopes alive of becoming the first team to retain the Champions League trophy while Atletico Madrid also progressed to the quarter-finals of this season's competition. Bayern who have reached the final of the past two Champions League campaigns were held 1-1 in Munich by Arsenal, but just as they did last year against the same opposition at the same stage, the Germans went through, this time 3-1 on aggregate yesterday. However Bayern's joy at going through was somewhat soured after Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger accused Dutch wing Arjen Robben of diving throughout the two legs. "Robben dived tonight (he was told to get up by the referee when he went down early in the second-half in the penalty area) and he dived in the first leg," said Wenger. Robben, who won a penalty for Bayern in the first leg which saw the Arsenal goalkeeper sent off, was dismissive of the remarks. "Great managers don't need to resort to claims like that. I don't want to have to defend myself against remarks like that," he said. Guardiola, who has won the trophy twice as coach of Barcelona, looked annoyed when told about the comments.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Smallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; signs of hope for Schumacher: family

GRENOBLE (FRANCE): Michael Schumacher is showing "small, encouraging signs" of recovery from injuries sustained in a ski accident, his family said, while acknowledging the Formula One legend faced a long battle ahead. The family voiced confidence the 45-year-old would pull through after 11 weeks in a medically induced coma but declined to give further details of his condition. "We are and remain confident that Michael will pull through and will wake up," said the statement. "There sometimes are small, encouraging signs, but we also know that this is the time to be very patient." The German driver was put into a coma after hitting his head on a rock while skiing at the French resort of Meribel on December 29. Schumacher's agent Sabine Kehm released the statement ahead of the first Formula One grand prix of the year in Australia on Sunday.

maining in the competition as Napoli and Juventus went out in the group stage. Simeone, a former combative Argentinian international midfielder who was capped over 100 times, said he was proud of his side and tried to play down expectations by saying Atletico were very much the underdogs still. "It is a very nice moment, after such a long time," said the 43-year-old Simeone. "But we are still at the beginning of the knockout stages, and we must continue to get better. A difficult and dangerous quarterfinal awaits us and we will have to recuperate and continue on the path we are following. There will be seven great sides in the last eight and one which will be very enthusiastic and capable of upsetting the others."As for Diego Costa he continues to progress, he has great physical strength and presence. He reminds me of some of the great strikers." Bayern's Mario Mandzukic of Croatia and Arsenal's Bacary Sagna challenge for the In Munich Bastian Schweinball during the Champions League round of the last 16 second leg soccer match steiger opened the scoring for the between FC Bayern Munich and Arsenal FC in Munich, Germany. hosts -- his first goal since October -- before Lukas Podolski "The best team won over the final since 1997, when their pres- equalised for Arsenal against his two legs that is what happened," ent coach Diego Simeone was in former team, just as he had done he said. Atletico -- who are the the side, with a far more em- in last season's first leg match. surprise package of the competi- phatic 4-1 win at home to Italian The hosts could have won the tion this season as well as in the side AC Milan, to prevail 5-1 on match itself right at the end but La Liga title race -- reached their aggregate. Thomas Mueller's penalty was first Champions League quarterIt left Italy without a side re- saved by Lukasz Fabianski.

All change as Formula One enters new era T

he prospect of seeing Sebastian Vettel beaten for the first time since last July is just one of the many novelties Sunday's season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix promises to deliver. Just how much trouble Vettel's Red Bull team might be in is one of the questions waiting for an answer as the sport's unpredictable new turbo era whooshes into action at Melbourne's Albert Park circuit. The quadruple world champion won the last nine races of 2013 but the 26-year-old German spent much of his time during the pre-season tests in Spain and Bahrain watching the car being worked on in the garage. Red Bull are braced for a reality check as they and partners Renault work against the clock to fix the troublesome 1.6 litre V6 hybrid turbo engine and its complicated new energy recovery systems. Rivals Mercedes, under new leadership following the departure of Ross Brawn, have been racking up the laps with far less hassle. "Mercedes have got a bit of a march on people. They invested more, they invested earlier. They've got themselves into a good position," Red Bull team principal Christian Horner told

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IN BRIEF We need an aggressive skipper for 2015 World Cup: Wasim

KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain, Wasim Akram has raised question marks over the captaincy of Misbah-ulHaq and said the PCB needs to appointment a brave and aggressive skipper for the 2015 World Cup. The former seamer told reporters here that while there was no question about Misbah-ulHaq's batting performances, the situation was not the same about his captaincy. "They are question marks about his captaincy," he said. Asked about the possibility of PCB appointing Shahid Afridi as captain for next World Cup, Wasim said this was something for the board to ponder and decide. "All I would say is that we need to have a brave and aggressive captain for the World Cup. Because we need to play positive cricket to do well," he added. Wasim said Pakistan had adopted the wrong approach for the Asia Cup final where it was defeated by Sri Lanka. "I thought the decision to bat first was not correct, we should have stuck with our winning formula throughout the tournament."

PCB ruing Pakistan's wasted opportunities during ICC revamp

KARACHI: The present set-up in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is still ruing a golden opportunity wasted by the deposed chairman of the board, Zaka Ashraf who declined a chance for Pakistan cricket to make big financial gains and have a bigger say in world cricket affairs. According to a reliable PCB official, BCCI had last month offered some strong incentives to PCB to support the structural changes in the International Cricket Council (ICC) that were championed by India, Australia and England. "Some of the incentives offered to Pakistan in pure money terms guaranteed earnings of around 200 million dollars over the next few years from playing bilateral series with India and other countries and more rewarding broadcasting deals," the source told PTI.

Fourth senior women's hockey championship begins today

Sebastain Vettel during the Red Bull testing session at Bahrain. reporters. "If Mercedes were to finish two laps ahead of the opposition in Melbourne, that wouldn't be a surprise, based on what we've seen in pre-season testing. It's massive. "From what we can see at the moment, all the Mercedes powered teams are in pretty decent shape and we're not. "We're on the back foot, and have a lot of ground to catch up," added the Briton, who now has Australian Daniel Ricciardo in the lineup following compatriot Mark Webber's retirement.

HAMILTON CONFIDENT Horner's words may be a part of the pre-season mind games, repositioning Red Bull as underdogs but Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have

sounded quietly confident about a car that is sleeker than many of its 'ugly' new-look rivals. "With all the changes within the sport and the hard work that's been going on within the team, I believe this can be our year to really show what we're capable of," said Hamilton, the 2008 world champion with McLaren. "I feel like I'm equipped with the tools I need to succeed. I can't wait to get started," added the Briton, whose win in Hungary last July was the last by anyone other than Vettel. Ferrari will be hoping to challenge with their new lineup of champions following the return of Finland's 2007 title winner Kimi Raikkonen - triumphant in Melbourne for Lotus last year - to partner Fernando Alonso.

BHOPAL: Thirty-two teams will be participating in the 4th Senior Women's Hockey Championship, which will be held here from today. "A total of 32 teams representing different states and nearly 650 hockey players will take part in the championship to be played at Aishbagh stadium and Major Dhyan Chand stadium," Madhya Pradesh sports director V K Singh told reporters. The 11-day-long championship will be played in two divisions with each having 16 teams. The matches for the first phase will be held from March 13 while the second phase starts from March 16, he said.

FCI, UP, Railways win hockey nationals

LUCKNOW: Food Corporation of India (FCI) defeated Haryana 4-1 to register its first win, while Uttar Pradesh and Railways recorded their second consecutive wins on the second day of Division A matches at the fourth Hockey India Senior Men National Championship 2014. After losing to Railways yesterday, FCI made an strong comeback to score the easy win over Haryana in Pool D. FCI scored throuigh Ganendrajit Ningomban (6th and 59th minutes), Sunil (16th) and Vikram (22nd), while Haryana's lone goal was scored by Harpal Singh (45th) from a penalty stroke.


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