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"I’ve got a solution. ? #breakinginertia #livingfree ?’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2016 5:06 am Related News As many as eight sewermen have lost their lives while cleaning manholes in Chandigarh in the last seven years Reason: Negligence of authorities Even as the Manual Scavengers Act prohibits employment as manual scavengers sewer holes in Chandigarh are being cleaned manually leading to the death of innocent persons Last week a sewer man identified as Jitender died of inhaling a poisonous gas while cleaning a manhole Share This Article Related Article “As per the Act these manholes should not be cleaned manually; these should be cleaned only with machines If a person is cleaning the same he should be provided all the safety equipment But the authorities do not do so which is illegal” said B R Tisawarah president of Chandigarh Dalit Welfare Association For a mere amount of Rs 300 for cleaning a manhole these sewermen have been putting their lives at risk “A poor illiterate man does not know that if a contractor is asking him to go down and clean the manhole he should be given safety gear Is it not the duty of the officer concerned to provide the safety gear At least the officer is educated” said Sukhram Chauhan general secretary of Chandigarh Dalit Welfare Association Ideally a manhole needs to be kept open for a while before a person goes down to clean it so that the poisonous gases do not remain concentrated in that area and take the life of a person “Just as the manhole is opened the person is asked to go down They should keep it open” said Chauhan “It is already stinking and full of harmful gases Can the officials go down” After losing their eighth worker the Chandigarh Dalit Welfare Association is now planning to file a police complaint against the official concerned “On Monday we will lodge a complaint with Senior Superintendent of Police against the official concerned Even the Supreme Court judgment says manholes should not be cleaned manually” added Tisawarah The association has already asked the Municipal Corporation to give a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each to the family of those who died due to negligence of the authorities The MC in its recent house meeting passed the agenda of giving compensation of Rs 10 lakh to families of those sewermen who died while cleaning the manholes Last year three workers died due to suffocation while cleaning a sewer line in Sector 47 They entered the sewer line one after another through a 25-foot-deep manhole using a ladder Despite this incident no safety equipment was procured by the civic body It is only this month after the recent death that they have floated tenders of Rs 26 lakh for procuring the equipment Also Mayor Arun Sood has said until the equipment reach no worker will be asked to clean the manholes In case of an emergency the worker will go down only under the supervision of the Junior Engineer concerned For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: November 4 2015 1:38 am Raj Thackeray Related News HAVING suffered a complete rout in the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections last year the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) is suddenly vying for a position in the political limelight in Maharashtra following the results of elections to the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) The MNS’s tally in the municipal corporation of the large and developing satellite town outside Mumbai may have dropped from 27 to nine corporators in the 122-member body but it has emerged as a likely key player in the final math with both the Shiv Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) falling short of the halfway mark of 61 MNS leaders are hoping the result helps them rebuild their politics in the region ahead of the crucial Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation elections in 2017 Share This Article Related Article With 52 of its corporators registering a win the Sena has finished as the single-largest party falling short of exactly nine seats while the BJP and the candidates backed by it together have 48 seats Barring the possibility of the BJP and the Sena going for reconciliation the MNS’s nine corporators will play a central role in any other eventuality The BJP has already struck a discordant note by stating that it would like to install its own mayor in the KDMC “We had obviously set our eyes on improving our strength in the Kalyan-Dombivli corporation That could not happen But we are choosing to look at the situation as a glass half-full At least we are in a better place now than in the Lok Sabha and Assembly polls” said Nitin Sardesai senior MNS leader and former legislator In the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections the party was decimated losing all seats it contested in the former and reducing its tally from 13 to a single MLA in the latter becoming a near political non-entity The KDMC polls were the first major election since then and leaders were keen to make a splash with a big comeback However despite Raj Thackeray personally addressing four rallies appealing to the people to hand over absolute majority to his party and despite MNS workers pitching their development work in Nashik where the MNS has a majority mandate the party failed to make an impact Sandeep Deshpande MNS corporator in the BMC said “Unfortunately the election in Kalyan-Dombivli was fought entirely on emotions with the Shiv Sena and the BJP gaining by targetting each other We were the only ones trying to highlight development and we will stick to the same agenda even for the Mumbai civic polls” MNS leaders have pacified the party cadre by convincing them that the loss was due to the highly polarised contest between the Sena and the BJP Political observers however said the party’s slump in KDMC pointed to its lack of direction and that the MNS could never prove to be a credible opposition or alternative to win the confidence of locals Surendra Jondhale who heads Mumbai University’s Department of Civics and Politics said it’s time for Raj Thackeray to clarify whether he wanted to remain relevant only by playing the political spoiler “Raj Thackeray is not concentrating on building his organisational structure and is failing to understand the political pulse of the people He has to focus on creating his own mark on the politics of Maharashtra” Jondhale said He said the MNS bagged 27 seats in Kalyan in 2010 because of the shifting political preferences of traditional BJP voters in the region not because of the party’s own groundwork “The challenge this time for the BJP was not only to fiercely compete with the Shiv Sena but also to regain political ground lost to MNS last time which it did” Jondhale added The Sena’s consolidation on Marathi plank also seems to have affected the MNS “You cannot have two leaders and two parties pursuing the same agenda People will have to choose only one” said an observer The MNS is however certain that its recent electoral losses and the party’s lower-than-expected performance in KDMC will not define its chances in the Mumbai civic polls Bala Nandgaonkar a former MNS legislator from Sewree said “We are in a situation where political equations are changing by the day The Mumbai polls are still about 14 months away and there could be a sea change in the political scenario by then” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis ended speculation about his future on Friday as he signed a one-year contract extension with the Premier League club File image of Tony Pulis AFP Albion are under new Chinese ownership and it had been suggested Pulis might part ways with the Baggies after expressing his displeasure at the lack of quality signings in the last transfer window Pulis was reported to have clashed with chairman John Williams over the failure to land his targets while some fans are unhappy with his brand of conversative football But the 58-year-old is set to stay at the Hawthorns until 2018 after agreeing with Albion owner Guochuan Laito to extend his previous deal which was due to expire at the end of this season "This is a time of great change at Albion and when that happens you need continuity" Pulis told Albion’s website "As I have said from the outset I want to build things here and play my part in improving the club You cannot do these things overnight but I do believe step by step we are making advances "I think the bulk of our fans understand the process we embarked upon under the shadow of relegation less than two years ago" Former Stoke boss Pulis who has been with Albion since January 2015 has overseen just two wins in nine league games this season and his team are only three points above the relegation zone Williams added: "Tony brings assurance and stability at an important time when the club is moving from one long-established ownership regime to the new leadership from China "From the outset the takeover announcement made it clear that this new era would work to progress Albion to an established top 10 club without jeopardising continuity on and off the field "With this is mind I am pleased we have extended Tony’s contract" "I believe that he’s the most improved bowler in the last season-and-a-half" Sanjay Bangar Indian cricket team’s batting coach said of pacer Umesh Yadav after the one-off Test against Bangladesh It was a big call to single out Umesh for special praise considering the exploits of the Indian bowlers of late but Bangar spoke with real conviction Umesh bowled afeisty spell in the first innings inthe game against Bangladesh accounting for three wickets and breaking the back of the visitors’ batting line-up He inflicted a blow thatBangladesh never really recovered from Shakib Al Hasan who had a torrid time dealing with Umesh’s deliveries hailed it as "the best spell he’s ever faced in his Test career" The Vidarbha pacer has always had blistering pace – a rare trait among Indian bowlers – but it was control that has let him down over the years "We need to make a decision if we want quick bowlers or if we want good bowlers even if they are not quick We have been backing too many quick bowlers who haven’t been bowling well" The then captain of the Indian limited-overs team Mahendra Singh Dhoni vented his frustrations after his side’s solitary win during a 1-2 ODI series loss in Bangladesh in 2015 The captain’s word might not have been meant for Umesh alone but it was evident that he was part of the guilty party File photo of Umesh Yadav AP The 29-year-old bowler has had a history of being either too short or too full resulting in him going for runs in the shorter formats and being less effective in the longer one too But ever since that taunt-like statement by Dhoni Umesh has given his former captain lesser reasons to feel the way he did One however has to credit the former India captain for showing the faith in Umesh in spite of some low-key performances Umesh still lacks the consistency one associates with a top fast bowler but recent performances show he has stepped on the path to be one "All our three seamers were able to get the reverse swing But Umesh (stood out) with his pace and the lengths that he bowled Bhuvi (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) can bowl the conventional swing but Umesh can swing the ball both ways Again Ishant (Sharma) bowls slightly back of a length but Umesh’s length allows him to swing the ball with the new ball and also with the old ball He has worked a lot on his wrist positions and balance at the crease" Bangar said after the one-off Bangladesh Test It seems then that Umesh is finally turning into a bowler India can bank on So how did he manage to bring about a change Umesh gave a hint when he spoke to the media ahead of the Australia series "So what exactly did change for me I believe my experience of using the crease came in handy Our coach Anil Kumble advised that if I had to take the ball away from the left-hander with fuller deliveries I need to come wide of the crease and push it through The wider you go the better angles you can create for a left-hander provided you hit the right length" said the 29-year-old from Nagpur "Similarly when I am bowling to right-handers I would come closer to the stumps and try to hit a channel where I can make them play more deliveries" he said The real difference for Umesh is the fact that he’s been able to execute all that Now he’s not just creating pressure but also sustaining it "He was moving the ball both ways and some of the deliveries were unplayable The best I could do was to hit the deliveries that I could and the ones I couldn’t I tried not to nick it I was lucky that I survived that spell" said Shakib Another thing that stands out for Umesh as Bangar said is his ability to swing the ball both ways If he continues to have the control which he has had recently he could give the Australian openers plenty of problems It will be crucial for India to keep a check on David Warner as he can take the game away from them with his swashbuckling style A good spell from Umesh upfront could make the job of the spin twins Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja a lot easier Having survived the pressure piled on by the fast bowlers it would be quite sickening for the Aussies to see India’s spin duo coming hard at them With little respite their mental resolve would be put to the test Umesh employing the reverse swing later on in the innings couldbe the game-changer for India His ability to swing the ball either way could make the Australians sweat and he could give Virat Kohli the opportunity to mix his bowlers and give his frontline spinners a breather However against the visitors who are brilliant against pace Umesh will have to be at his very best He must cut down on his occasional loose delivery as it will allow the likes of Warner and Steve Smith to counter attack and put pressure back on the Vidarbha pacer India though will be hoping that Umesh one of their genuine quick bowlers could carry on his good work against the very best in the world and perhaps give them a taste of their own medicine With the Indian spinners expected to do most of the damage a bit of help from Umesh would be decisive It could give the Ashwin-Jadeja combination a licence to have a real go at the Australians right from ball one That’s a situation which the Indian spinners will relish as it would give them the chance to run riot and the visitors would be feeling the heat of the Indian summer India whitewashed the Aussies the last time they visited India in 2013 and if they repeat that this time around Umesh is certain to have played a big part Click here to read profiles of other players involved in the India-Australia Test series Written by Ritam Halder | 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