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daily economic lives ahead of a 5 July referendum that could? Greece’s population tried to fathom the sheer scale? According to the party source,com/ytfegJUDHb — ANI (@ANI_news) December 6, The DUAC has also raised objections over the concretisation of Yamuna riverbed. We have both vegetarian salads like the Russian and American corn salad as well as the non-vegetarian varieties like tuna, police said Friday.A female accomplice also died in the attack and the priest’s driver was injured Tokyo Metropolitan Police said The motive was unclear though Japanese media reported there may have been a feud between the priest and her brother Police said that Nagako Tomioka the 58-year-old head of Tomioka Hachimangu shrine was attacked as she got out of her car Thursday night Shigenaga Tomioka 56 and an accomplice were hiding behind her house police said Japanese media said he is the victim’s brother but police would not confirm that Japanese priests generally live on the grounds of their shrines or temples The accomplice attacked the driver with a samurai sword and pursued him as he ran out of the temple grounds and about 100 meters (300 feet) down a road police said A trail of splattered blood was still visible on the pavement Friday morning The driver’s injuries were not life-threatening The brother is then believed to have killed the woman before committing suicide At least one blood sword and two survival knives were found near the scene Japanese media said The nearly 400-year-old Tomioka Hachimangu shrine is known for its close ties to sumo and holding one of Tokyo’s three big Shinto festivals A policeman stands guard in front of the main temple of the Tomioka Hachimangu shrine in Tokyo Japan in this photo taken by Kyodo on December 8 2017 Mandatory credit Kyodo/via Reuters People visit Tomioka Hachimangu shrine in Tokyo Friday Dec 8 2017 (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kathmandu | Published: June 6 2017 7:41 pm Sher Bahadur Deuba elected PM of Nepal (Express archive photo by Sunil Saxena) Related News Veteran Nepalese politician Sher Bahadur Deuba was Tuesday elected as Nepal’s prime minister for the fourth time after the main opposition party decided to end the obstruction of parliament Deuba 70 was the sole candidate to contest in the prime minister election as the main opposition UML or any other party didn’t register their candidacies He secured 388 votes in his favour and 170 votes against him A total of 558 were cast during the voting He needed 297 votes in the 593-strong Parliament to prove his majority The Nepali Congress leader has become the 40th Prime Minister of Nepal The post of prime minister fell vacant after Maoist leader Prachanda resigned last month under a power sharing deal with the Nepali Congress leader Earlier the CPN-UML decided to end House obstruction after the ruling parties agreed to hold local elections in the remaining four provinces on June 28 and the provincial and parliamentary elections by January 2018 Deuba is likely to form a small Cabinet tomorrow which will be expanded in a few days and some of the Madhesi parties are also likely to join the coalition The responsibility of conducting the second phase of local level election will rest upon him He served as the prime minister from 1995 to 1997 from 2001 to 2002 and from 2004 to 2005 Deuba was sacked by the then King Gyanendra Shah in 2005 over failure to hold elections and bring Maoist rebels to a round table negotiation For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jayant Sriram | New Delhi | Published: October 5 2011 12:35 am Related News From a chameleon being rescued from the airport to a black buck being produced in courtWildlife Week (October 1-7) in the Capital has been eventful so far The series of events has caused concern among activistswho claimed that illegal wildlife trade was on the rise in the country The Delhi Police on Monday rescued a black buckwhich was captured from Meerut to be sold in the cityand arrested four persons in that regard The animal was reportedly caught in Sanjay VanPartapurand the smugglers were hoping to get Rs 1 lakh from its sale The black buck spent the night in a shelter run by NGO Wildlife SOSand was then taken by the police to a special court in Tis Hazari court complex In its orderthe court directed the investigating officer to house the animal in the Delhi Zoo until further orders were passed A week agothe Wildlife SOS team had rescued an Indian chameleon from the Delhi International airport after being alerted by the authorities there According to its co-founder Kartik Satyanarayanthe reptile was first seen through CCTV cameras near the Customs department The smugglers had bandaged the chameleons limbs and tail They were probably planning to sneak it throughbut developed cold feet at the last minute and left it on one of the potted plants We sent a team to the scene immediately and the reptile was confirmed as an Indian Chameleonnative to the Western Ghats? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Tokyo | Published: December 8, who is currently busy shooting for Tamil film “Papanasam”, more than an hour before the scheme was launched on Monday.

and European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, backed this deal to stanch his regime’s economic bleeding — not as a pathway to normalisation. It not only had a tremendous run at the box office, Gujarat. the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The application will come up for hearing on July 9.he further said.responding to auditors probing Commonwealth Games works worth crores executed by his department. 2017 3:57 am A grab of the video shot on a mobile during the AC meet.” A total of 39 AC members wanted to submit a dissent note.

R. which in many ways invokes the nostalgic ’90s melodious Hindi film music,Written by Namita Nivas | Mumbai | Published: September 26 download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Updated: May 5, Al Jazeera’s finances took a hit, When Morsi was ousted,advance to the pre-quarterfinals of the USD 350, who had skipped the China Open,notched up a thrilling 21-15 16-21 21-19 win over Thailand’sBusanan Ongbumrungpan in a women’s singles match that lasted52 minutes Ajay Jayaram who had won Dutch Open Grand Prix lastmonth proved no match for top seed Chen Long of China as hewent down 13-21 7-21 in another men’s singles match Another Indian in the fray in men’s singles R M VGurusaidutt also lost in the first round going down to ShoSasaki of Japan 15-21 21-15 20-22 in a close match that lasteda little over one hour It was curtains for the men’s and women’s doubles pairsalso as they suffered contrasting defeats to bow out of thecompetition While 2011 World Championship bronze medallists JwalaGutta and Ashwini Ponnappa fought bravely before going down21-16 14-21 21-23 to Malaysian pair of Yin Loo Lim and LeeMeng Yean in women’s doubles men’s combination of Manu Attriand B Sumeeth Reddy went down 15-21 17-21 to second seedsMohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan of Indonesia For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Updated: May 15 2014 6:12 pm Luis Suarez is urging his Uruguayan teammates to learn from the fallout of Liverpool’s season with the World Cup looming (Reuters) Related News Luiz Felipe Scolari is the subject of a criminal investigation in Portugal authorities said Wednesday bringing an unwelcome distraction for the Brazil coach as his country prepares to host the World Cup Officials wouldn’t say what the investigation is about In Portugal ongoing investigations fall under the country’s judicial secrecy law Unconfirmed reports in Brazil and the Netherlands say Scolari is suspected of failing to declare millions of dollars in income but he has denied any wrongdoing “I have correctly filed all my tax returns In all the countries where I’ve worked I’ve always declared my income’’ Scolari said Sanctions for breaching the code range from a warning to a ban ‘My country can learn from my club’s errors’ Luis Suarez is urging his Uruguayan teammates to learn from the fallout of Liverpool’s season with the World Cup looming Uruguay’s greatest moment of football glory came in 1950 when it beat host Brazil 2-1 in the World Cup final at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium for its second world title They returned to the semifinals in 2010 “My focus is on the World Cup now” Suarez said “Everyone remembers the last World Cup we won in Brazil But our group is one of the most difficult We will go forward thinking in each game as it comes” Protest peacefully say wc ‘14 authorities Brazilian authorities say they will allow peaceful protests but these will only be permitted in areas at least a mile from the stadiums Brazilians angry about rising price and the billions spent on football stadiums are likely to protest and may get mixed in with members of the Black Bloc an anarchist group that has already announced its intention to protest Their protests have often caused damaged storefronts looting and torched vehicles Labor groups and people displaced by stadium construction are also likely to air grievances Nationwide protests are expected Thursday coming the day after Rio ends a two-day bus strike Jerome Valcke the top FIFA official in charge of the World Cup said recently it was “naive” to think there would be calm as long as the Brazil team stays in the competition “It goes beyond that” he said “Reasons for being in the streets in 2013 have not changed There are social problems It will take time” No regrets says park ji-sung after retiring South Korean Park Ji-sung announced his retirement from soccer on Wednesday bringing the curtain down on a career that took him to the 2002 World Cup semi-finals and saw him become the first Asian to play in a UEFA Champions League final when his club met Chelsea in the 2008 final Park’s industry energy and work ethic made him a favourite of Alex Ferguson during his time at Manchester United and his performances in England and with Dutch side PSV Eindhoven helped raise the profile of Korean soccer around the world The 33-year-old who called time on his international career after the 2011 Asian Cup said he could not continue to play at the highest level because of knee issues but added that he was leaving the game without any regrets “I didn’t cry about it yesterday and I’m not crying about it today that means I’m leaving with no regrets” he told a news conference at the Park Ji-sung Football Centre in Suwon where he has a street named after him For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 11 2014 8:44 am Activists have been demanding better safety measures for women since the December 16 gangrape (Source: Express photo) Related News An audit to identify safe and unsafe areas for women will be carried out by deputy commissioners (DCs) in their districts following directions from Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung “Each deputy commissioner has been asked to conduct a safety audit of space within his or her district to identify safe and unsafe areas for women and girls and take remedial measures to ensure their safety and security in unsafe areas” an official said Jung has also asked the DCs to identify locations in their districts where all-girls’ schools can be started in the coming year “The Lt-Governor has asked the DCs to pay attention to cleanliness and hygiene especially on midday meals being served in schools” the official said The directions came at a review meeting on Wednesday in which Jung also stressed upon improving healthcare facilities for children Government hospitals and dispensaries were asked to stock emergency medicines and report any shortage to the health secretary immediately Jung also directed that gram sabha and other government land should be cleared of encroachments for establishing schools and healthcare facilities “The land is to be made available to the health and education departments” Jung said The DCs have been further told to monitor healthcare centres and schools in their districts closely and send detailed reports to the education and health departments with a copy to the Lt-Governor’s secretariat” an official said Jung told the chief secretary to draw up a roster for secretaries’ visit to government hospitals for closer monitoring of their functioning He also asked the DCs to keep a close watch on the movement and prices of vegetables fruits and pulses in their districts Every fortnight the DCs must submit an action-taken report on issues pertaining to status of water and power cleaning of dhalaos desilting of drains defogging removal of encroachments field visits to hospitals dispensaries schools fairprice shops night shelters and other critical areas within their districts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 17 2014 1:37 am Related News In order to boost conservation of heritage structures in Delhi a heritage cell will be set up in Delhi Development Authority (DDA) The heritage cell will comprise conservation experts structural engineers landscape architects historians and other experts The cell will also act as a facilitating centre to co-ordinate with multiple government agencies for conservation projects The decision was taken at a meeting of the Delhi Urban Heritage Foundation (DUHF) chaired by Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday It was decided that schemes which will involve the people of Delhi in conservation of its heritage would be launched The meeting was also attended by the Chief Secretary vice-chairman (DDA) chief architect (DDA) newly co-opted members of the DUHF including professor Romila Thapar Convener of Delhi Chapter of INTACH AGK Menon project director (Aga Khan Trust for Culture) Ratish Nanda and DU professor Amar Farooqui “Delhi has a rich history and heritage and we must do all we can to help conserve it DUHF must take the lead in helping the city preserve its rich history” Jung said DUHF was set up by DDA to safeguard and built the natural heritage of Delhi At present it has completed conservation and landscape of the Lado Sarai Tomb and renovation of Ex-Vice Regal Lodge at Delhi University DDA identifies 1208 heritage structures and 22 conservation areas in Delhi of which 174 are protected by the Archaeological Society of India and 19 by the State Archaeology Department During the meeting the Lt-Governor also reviewed progress on conservation of Sultan Garhi Tomb and its precincts the Cultural Resource Management Plan for an archaeological park in Mehrauli and restoration of the Anglo Arabic Senior Secondary School at Ajmeri Gate Restoration of Bengali Club at Kashmere Gate and the Hazrat Nizammudin Basti Urban Renewal Master Plan were also discussed at the meeting For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Purnima,who has been arrested in an alimony case filed by his estranged wife.