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His friends told police that Nido did not eat anything that night He took a tetanus injection which he purchased from a chemist near Green Park Other than that no other medicine has been recovered from the flat where he was found dead Sources at AIIMS forensic department said since the preliminary findings for cause of death was inconclusive they were awaiting the toxicology and viscera report “There were some external injuries on the body but nothing serious enough to cause death There were bruises and abrasions on his arm neck chest back and hands These may not have led to his death but the fact that there are external injuries are significant” the source said Meanwhile family members of Pawan and Sunder who were arrested in the case said police have framed them Vimla Devi mother of the duo said Pawan had made the PCR call about the incident and was a witness to the scuffle “When they saw the scuffle they intervened They stopped the fight and called the PCR The police picked them up and later we were told that they were arrested” she said Police however insisted that the duo had assaulted Nido For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: June 16 2012 4:47 am Related News Conditions will be favourable for onset in 3 days The city missed the June 8 date with south-west monsoon and recorded below normal rainfall activity from June 1-14says the Met department But in its latest forecastMet has said conditions are favourable for the onset of monsoon in the next three days and the second half of June will witness an improvement in rainfall activity in the region From June 1-14the Met department recorded 41 per cent rainfall The Met department said increased rainfall in western and southern region is expected in the coming three to four days as a cyclonic pressure over the Arabian sea is expected to bring in rains on the west coast Karnataka and Maharasthra Director General India Meteorological Department L S Rathore said though the showers have been less in the first halfit should increase in the second half of the month There is nothing to worry as the situation should improve in the coming week? he said The Met department will release its forecast for the rest of the monsoon in the third week of June At presentthe south-west monsoon has advanced over KeralaKarnatakaTamil Nadusome parts of Maharashtra and the north eastern region Howeverexcept for the north-eastern regionthe rainfall has been below average Director weather central IMD Pune Sunita Devi said there is no advancement as of now but the conditions appear favourable in the coming three days With the monsoon current being weakwe are expecting the onset in the coming three days? she said The normal onset date was June 8 but it has been delayed by a week She said states which are receiving rainfall are getting it below normal Howevershe said monsoon conditions should improve in the second half of June as against the first half which recorded 41 per cent The rainfall average was normal last year as advancement was faster The Met department in their long range forecast had given a normal rainfall forecast Agricultural and Met experts have said there was no need to press the panic button as crops are not affected much by the sparse rainfall in the early stage and the latter half of June and July was more important For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Navin Chawla | Published: August 10 2011 3:40 am Related News BG Deshmukhformer cabinet secretary and principal secretary to three prime ministersdied on August 7 in Puneaged 82 He was indisputably among our most distinguished civil servants He held an array of responsible posts in his native Maharashtra rising to become its chief secretarywhen he was plucked from the state by the then-prime ministerRajiv Gandhiand brought into the mainstream at the Centre Most of those who knew himand certainly those who worked with himwould testify to his meticulous mindhis sharp understanding of seemingly intractable problems and capacity to keep the larger picture in view His ability to analyse and spell out issues was often clinicalbut he combined this with an old-world courtesy He belonged to the 1951 batch of the IASand the correctness of his era remained with him well into his retirement from affairs of state That he was not conferred a Padma award was not a subject he ever raisedand any form of lobbying was anathema to him I happened to serve as deputy secretary in the ministry of labour in the 1980swhen he was appointed secretary to that ministry The paths of deputy secretaries and a secretary do not often crossuntil one day I was appointed to the International Labour Organisation desk and became a backbencher at his meetings on that subject One day I was informed that I would accompany him to a conference at the ILO headquarters in Geneva I had mixed feelingsexcited to accompany the secretary and trepidation because he was known to be a hard taskmasterwhich turned out to be the case I had to be on hand through the dayand evening duties were cut out for me After every sessionbundles of papers had to be collected for deliberation the next morning It was my task to read them (into the early hours) and brief him at 7 am sharp The pattern was repeated on each subsequent visit Prior to his being appointed chairman of the ILOs governing boardhe trusted me with other related responsibilities Laterwhen his eyes began to give him troublehe ordered me to sit in the delegates chairwhile he sat at the backalways providing quiet reassurance In retrospectthere could not have been better training ground for a young officer To my complete surpriseand with no forewarning whatsoeverhe arranged for me to serve the ILO in Bangkoka posting he said I well deserved Personal tragedy did not spare him He lost his only childa daughterwhen he was cabinet secretary A few years laterhis wife Vijaya passed away With his strength and stoicismhe did not allow himself to slip into despondency By now he had retired from the governmentbut was invited by the Tatas to serve on their board handling their corporate social responsibility programme He also served dozens of organisations as chairman or member; the causes ranging from heritage and conservation to financeeducationenvironmentand healthwhich included a concern for the leprosy-affected With my wife Rupikahe enjoyed discussing issues of restoration and heritage and his involvement with the Gallery of Modern Art and the Asiatic Society of Bombay With such a wide spectrumhe never actually retired from public life By his own admissionan occasion that he never forgot occurred in 1987 whenas cabinet secretaryhe released a report I had written on the rehabilitation of leprosy patients Mother Teresawho inspired the workhad travelled specially from Calcutta to be present Prior to the functionthe Deshmukhs spent a quiet 20 minutes with Mother Teresa In his bookA Cabinet Secretary Looks Backhe describes how he was able to sort outwith the ease of a deft playera problem involving a diplomatic issue He wrote this bookand two otherswith remarkable restraint The picture that emerges is that of an elegant mind and quiet determinationand while tragedy and setbacks were also fellow travellers with high officehe brought to his duties an unusual sense of commitmentwhich I was rarely to witness again The writer is a former chief election commissioner of India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ajay Khape | Pune | Updated: December 30 2016 5:24 am Top News For Hemant Khese resident of Khese Park on Nagar Road the water woes do not show any sign of getting over Over the past year he struggled daily to get water even though the other parts of city were getting ample supply from the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) The city faced a water crisis during the summer leading the civic body to increase the water cut and make it an alternate day supply to ensure the available storage in the dam lasts for a longer period “The water cut by the PMC had a major impact on our area with water available only twice a week Because of the daily struggle for water I often ended up being late for work” he said Watch What Else Is Making News: The only way the water needs were met was due to tankers but their availability was very irregular due to restrictions by the civic administration on filling the tankers Khese said In 2016 the catchment area of Khadakwasla dam received ample rainfall with the four dams — Khadakwasla Panshet Varasgaon and Temghar — filling to capacity but lesser amount of water is available for Khese Park from the system “The rainfall was delayed but it was ample to fill the four dams completely I thought it would be a big relief as there would not be any shortage but now the supply is hardly for an hour a day” he said adding that he has to keep a track of when the water comes so that sufficient amount of storage is done to meet the daily need The problem has been persisting for a long time but no one has worked towards resolving it Khese said “The residents of the area have been eagerly awaiting the completion of civic projects to draw water from the Bhama Askhed dam The project has got delayed due to protests of the villagers from where the pipeline passes and there has been no relief for us” There are talks of 24-by-7 water supply in other parts of the city but residents on Nagar Road are unable to get sufficient water to meet needs he said adding that the PMC has accepted the demands of villagers to share water from the project to draw Bhama Askhed dam as well as raised their concerns For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: September 18 2012 1:28 am Top News In response to the Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission inviting comments on the draft of the Haryana State Electricity Regulatory Commission (Single Point to Group Housing Societies and Residential Colonies or Official/ Commercial cum Residential Complex of Employers / Developers) Regulations2012 for public hearingthe House Owners Welfare Associations (Regd)Sector 20have raised points of objection Following a signed bilateral agreement on society residents being provided individual connections directly by power utilitythey sayunilateral decisions to change any clause of agreement or the scope or nature of supply is not sustainable in the eyes of the law Alsothe proposed draft regulations forbidding consumers from taking direct connection from the distribution licensee is an infringement on the enabling provisions of the 2003 Electricity Act They have expressed concern over the absence of trained staff for managing distribution systemsand that accidents may happen under a single power supply system For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: October 25 2013 3:35 am Related News Post-Diwaliration cards will be replaced with barcoded smart cards with photographs as part of the public distribution system With 80 per cent digitisation work complete and the validation process nearly overFood and Civil Supplies Minister Anil Deshmukh said beneficiaries will soon get new cards PuneThane and other cities as well as some rural districts in the state will be part of the first phase under which beneficiaries will get barcoded ration cards With nearly 25 crore beneficiaries and 110 lakh ration cardsthe process will take time But with the digitisation process completewe should be able to roll out the new cards soon? said Deshmukh The department had initiated the digitisation process in view of rampant malpractices Malpractices are prevalent both in cities and rural areas Once the digitisation process is completebarcoded ration cards will help weed out the bogus ones? the minister added Food Distribution officer D Jawanjal said they will follow the directives of the state government and it would help weed out bogus ration cards The digitisation process is nearly complete We are awaiting the state governments orders? he said The minister said after the digitisation processthe tender process will be initiated for companies and they will roll out the barcoded ration cards Each barcoded card will have fingerprints and photographs of family members and help in controlling pilferagesaid a food supplies official Major work will involve above poverty line cardsbelow poverty line cards and modification in old ration cards like transfer from fair price shops and talukaschange in category of ration card like APL to BPL or BPL to APLdeletion of ration cardaddition and deletion of members from ration cards and division of ration cards Last yearthe state government had told the Bombay High Court it would issue barcoded ration cards to curb fraud The then deputy secretary of the food and civil supplies department stated in an affidavit that three special drives were conducted and 5407 lakh bogus ration cards were destroyed in the state in the past seven years The affidavit was filed in response to a PIL by Bhrastachar Virodhi Jan Andolan that alleged irregularities in issuing and transferring ration cards The petitioner had claimed that fair price shop owners were hoarding commoditiesresulting in a Rs 25000-crore fraud The affidavit said of the 5407 crore ration cards that were destroyed4276 lakh belonged to above poverty line families636 lakh to below poverty line families and the remaining 215 lakh belonged to beneficiaries of the Antyodaya Anna Yojana The affidavit also stated that the data had been digitised and new ration cards will be issuedand information will be put up online For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSaudi-led coalition denies blocking aid to Yemen | Reuters World Reuters Jan 02 2018 23:02:28 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jan 02 2018 23:02 PM | Updated Date: Jan 02 2018 23:02 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Pune:India skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesdaysaid captaining in all three formats of cricket is quite "surreal" and he never thought that this day would come in his life "It is quite surreal I never thought this day is going to come to my life When I came to the team I was always looking to perform get more opportunities and build solid consistent career and contribute to the team in winning games" said the prolific right-handed batsman Kohli who was leading the Test side was appointed as the ODI and T20 skipper last week after country’s most successful captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni stepped down from the position File photo of India’s Virat Kohli Reuters The Delhi batsman spoke to Mandira Bedi during a talk show after inaugurating Nitesh Hub Mall in Pune The star player while answering a question on how does it feel to be the skipper in all the three formats said he never thought the path is going to lead this way "I feel everything is God sent Anything happens to you happens for a reason and happens at a right time in your life" he added It was under Kohli’s leadership that the India U-19 team had clinched the colts World Cup in 2008 The Delhi player said he has always been the captain to the team that played in junior levels "But being captain of India is whole different ball game all together As they mention it it is the hot seat in all different ways such as the attention the praise criticisms all these things come along with it "But one thing comes along with this is the responsibility and that makes me a better cricketer and a better person as I learn about life through these experiences so I take it as an opportunity" he explained Asked did captaincy come as a surprise Kohli opined that he will not call it as a surprise and said as a player he always wanted to give his inputs on the field and was constantly thinking about the game Kohli said it is a privilege that he was found worthy of taking the legacy forward and having the responsibility to lead the team in all three formats He also said captaining in all three formats is not a situation of too much pressure and this is an opportunity to make the difference to the team’s fortune Asked him about the pressure of captaining India Kohli said "I won’t say it is not a stressful job however it is fun" Kohli also said captaincy is all about understanding the strengths and weaknesses of people around you "The way I came up in my career is similar I knew my strengths and weaknesses but people did not like me as such They were not too pleased with the way I presented myself the way I was "My mistakes were not acceptable That always gave me a mindset of doing things my way and finding a way to make it work as there is no one way to do anything You can have different ways you can have different style till your intent is good" said Kohli who has played 176 ODIs so far When asked is it hard for him to captain a side having senior players Kohli said it is a privilege and there is a lot of mutual respect in the change (dressing) room Asked him about is he excited to lead in the World Cup he said it is too far ahead Kohli also said he gets goose bumps thinking of captaining India in World Cup "Because it is an honour to be a captain in the World Cup if I still (remain) captain of the team that time" he quipped What was the best cricketing advice he got so far in his life he said he got it from his hero Sachin Tendulkar "When I approached him about my game the advice I got from was to believe in your own game and believe in the way you want to prepare and do not follow someone and that helped and from that onwards I was really comfortable" the skipper recalled Asked him about the most exhilarating moment he said that from the team’s point of view it was the winning moment of 2011 World Cup watching the emotions of senior players and India getting back to the top position in Test cricket "On personal ground the most exhilarating moment was hitting the double century in Mumbai recently (against England) and playing against Australia in Mohali during (2016) T20 World Cup" Kohli added Kohli will lead the Indian side in the three match ODI series against England commencing 15 January in Pune Written by Shalini Narayan | New Delhi | Published: December 30 2013 4:01 am Related News Red Fox and Lemon Treetwo hotels in Aerocity which recently got partial clearance by Delhi Police to start operationssaid they have installed state-of-the-art equipment to meet security requirements The hotels have installed facial recognition systems and 360-degree cameras Besides3D walk-through systems have also been installedwhich will guide security forces to their target in case of an attack Other security measures in place include under-vehicle surveillance systemsfish-eye cameras in the basement and a security control room to monitor all activities The authorities said the two hotels would open shortly Two months after J W Marriott Hotel became the first in Aerocity to start operationsRed Fox and Lemon Tree have been given partial clearance by Delhi Police to open dining and lodging services The hotels will be allowed to function with some pre-conditions Rooms facing the runway will remain closed till they are cleared by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) Togetherthere are 487 rooms in both the hotels Only 336 have got security clearance The rest face the runway and will remain closed till the DRDO clears them On December 20Newsline reported that the two budget hotels had been given partial clearance to start operations The hotels have suffered losses of nearly Rs 100 crore as security clearance got delayed We had got licences from every agency by December 24 last year Since thenwe had been waiting for security clearance Over allwe have suffered losses of Rs 100 crore? Patriots are not making this easy for themselves. US president Donald Trump reviewed preparedness with his cabinet colleagues at Camp David in Maryland.

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