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Seeing no sign that Villar was willing to step down from the post he has held since 1988, of course, Thursday’s rainfall came as a respite for Mumbaikars who had been experiencing hot weather for the last few days.On Monday Santacruz had recorded a maximum temperature of 355 degree Celsius while the maximum temperature recorded at Colaba was 334 degree Celsius An official from BMC’s disaster management cell said no untoward incident was reported so far The weather station at Colaba in south Mumbai recorded 32 mm rain from 830 am on Thursday to 530 am Friday while the observatory in suburban Santacruz recorded 512 mm rain during the period he said Almost two weeks ago Mumbai had come to standstill after receiving the heaviest rainfall since July 26 2005 (3314 mm) Hundreds were stranded after the August 29 rainfall? Why should it now? they would also see they could help in imparting skill-based training. We have a legitimate right to investigate. (Source: AP) Related News Indian batsmen and bowlers warmed?
first Test against England in Nottingham starting July 9. She was referring to an attack earlier this month near a police training centre that killed one policeman and injured 15. Wahby Lamie who had one nephew killed and another nephew injured in the Tanta blast expressed exasperation at the growing number of attacks “How much longer are we going to be this divided Anyone who’s different from them now is an infidel whether they’re Muslim or Christian They see them as infidels” he said “How much longer are these people going to exist And how much longer will security be this incompetent” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 30 2011 3:02 am Related News The Municipal Corporation has mooted a proposal for augmentation of the water supply in the city by collaborating with Punjab for the project It has been proposed that pipes with a bigger diametre be laid so that the water carrying capacity is increased This will also obviate the need for Chandigarh to acquire more land as the pipes will be laid on the strip of land that is already acquired The proposal was tabled in the meeting of the General House held on Wednesday It was met by objections from some councillors who opined that a detailed report be tabled in the House The councillors demanded clarity on the issue of who has paid for the land that is acquired in Punjab for laying of pipelines The share of Chandigarh and Punjab in the payment will be clarified The earlier proposal mooted by the Municipal Corporation for Augmentation of Water Supply Scheme Phase V and VI had received approval from Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) But with Punjab government refusing to provide waterit had lapsed The councillors demanded to know whether a combined project with Punjab would be funded by JNNURM The feasibility report along with the clarification from Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission will be provided in the House Meeting scheduled for October 7 As per the proposal Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) has been requested to see the feasibility of laying pipelines of bigger diametre so that water can be provided for both Punjab and Chandigarh through the same pipelines For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Bangkok | Published: November 13 2014 11:46 am FILE – In this Sept 15 2014 file photo a Thai woman holds a portrait of King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok where the Thai king received medical checkups before returning to his seaside palace A Thai court sentenced a university student to 2 1/2 years in prison on Tuesday Nov 4 for posting a message on Facebook that the court said insulted the country’s king (Source: AP) Related News Thai police have banned imports of a book they view as insulting the country’s monarchy as a crackdown against anti-royalist campaigns intensifies after a coup earlier this year National police chief Gen Somyot Poompanmoung says the book “A Kingdom in Crisis” has contents that might affect national security and order The book by Andrew MacGregor Marshall a former journalist with Thomson Reuters news agency was released last week by the British publishing house Zed Books It had not gone on sale in Thailand According to the order issued Tuesday those violating the ban will face a maximum jail term of three years or a maximum fine of 60000 baht ($1824) or both In 2006 Thailand banned imports of a biography of King Bhumibol Adulyadej published by Yale University Press For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News was still in the building at the time of the explosion but was not harmed,s nemesis, the Tree Authority had said that the tree was safe and only the fruits needed to be plucked, Jaswinder and Ravi? The front portion of the car was smashed and the victims were trapped inside,S. Jordan, “They were 178 passengers besides crew members on the flight.
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