No water in parts ofcity tomorrow PUNE: Parts of the city will not have water supply on Thursday owing to urgent repair work at Wadgaon water works and Warje water works. Supply will be restored on Friday, said a statement issued by the Pune Municipal Corporation Area that will be affected include Sinhagad RoadSatara RoadKatrajDhankawadi and Sahakarnagar The closure of Warje water works will shut off water supply to KothrudKarve RoadErandwaneAundhBopodi and Gokhalenagarthe statement said BSNL launches video telephony service The BSNL on Tuesday launched video telephony service in Pune in collaboration with Sai Infosystems India (SIS)The service will enable people to view each other while calling on the landline phone The launch is a value addition to the BSNL landline service and is primarily aimed at the enterprise segment and international callers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 5 2013 10:24 pm Related News The sexual harassment committee of KEM hospital has ordered the transfer of a technician from the bio-chemistry laboratory to pathology after 12 women employees complained of sexual misconduct He confessed that he used to take pictures of women colleagues without asking them? That too on the saddle,Bachchan @juniorbachchan Heard you have a slip disc? due to the lack of a good college and higher education avenues. the university has been operating from a temporary campus in Shahpur, before the results were announced, the cow meat,66 per cent, WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Ahmedabad News.

A section of residents have opposed installation of paver blocks on roads alleging that no heavy vehicles can enter the locality due to it.where they were declared dead, a police officer said Shukla and Herojit were pursuing their MBA from Gayatri Management College in Sector-52Noidapolice said The Yamaha motorcyclewhich the two were ridingbelonged to Herojit For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 20 2013 2:01 am Related News Second seed Ranvijay Singh toppled top seed Abhimanyu Shah 3-11 14-12 11-8 11-8 to win the boys Under-19 event while third seed Aishwarya Bhattacharya upset city mate and top seed Jui Kalgutkar 11-73-1111-811-9 (3) to lift the girls Under-17 event at the Kirloskar Pune Open All India Junior Squash Championship that concluded at the Poona Club squash courts The tournament was held under the auspices of Squash and Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) Second seed Krish Kapoor ousted Vikas Mehera 11-6 5-11 11-7 11-6 to win the boys Under-15 event In the mixed Under-9 eventeight-year-oldJaivir Singh Dhillona fourth standard student of DPSDelhiscored a facile 11-1 11-5 11-6 win over Mumbais Vivaan Shah to lift the title In the boys Under-11 categoryMumbais Neel Joshi scored a 11-6 11-6 9-11 11-1 win over teammate Dhruv Vazirani to win the crown while top seeded Megha Bhatia of Delhi scored an exciting 11-5 3-11 11-8 6-11 11-8 win over Mumbais Ananya Dabke for the girls title Top seed Tushar Shahani scored a close win over Utkarsh Baheti winning 11-6 8-11 11-9 5-11 11-5 in the boys Under-13 crown while in the girls event for the same categorythe number one seed Abhilasha Bhasin scored a tough win over Gujarats Navmi Sharma Bhasin eventually triumphed 12-10 11-5 5-11 9-11 13-11 to clinch the crown In the girls Under-15 categoryAkansha Salunkhe scored an easy win over Sunayna Kuruvilla winning 11-2 11-7 11-8 in the final match In the boys Under-17 eventDelhi lad and third seed Mudit Pant hardly broke a sweat as he scored an impressive 11-8 11-8 11-6 win over Indores Mradul Agarawal for the crown Top seeded Sachika Ingle of Delhi had to go through some anxious moments before overcoming Urwashi Joshi Ingle finally won 6-11 7-11 11-1 11-3 11-9 but was pushed to the limit by the Bangalore-based Joshi in the final of the girls Under-19 category For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 7 2013 2:09 am Related News Pune FC suffered a crucial blow by going down to I-League leaders Churchill Brothers 1-2 in a round-23 encounter at the Tilak Maidan in VascoGoa Conceding two second-half goals in a span of five minutes through Bineesh Balan (58th ) and striker Sunil Chhetri (63rd ) Pune FC undid their chances of closing in on the leaders Pune FC staged a late comeback when Boima Jerry Karpeh (90+1) volleyed in a blinderbut could not find the winner in the six added minutes The loss meant that Pune FC remain on 37 pointswhile Churchill took their tally to 45 Incidentallyit was Pune FCs first defeat on Goan soil this season Pune FCs line-up had three changes from the last game; goalkeeper Shahinlal Meloly came in for the injured Abhra Mondalcentral midfielder Douhou Pierre (Arata Izumi one match suspension) and upfront Jeje Lalpekhlua replaced Boima Karpeh Nearing the ten minute markPune FC went in Douhou on a run squared to Jeje The striker in turn held off two defenders to find Douhou againbut the cross that followed was straight into the keeper Two minutes laterthe Goans created two half chances Striker Balal Arezou heading wide and then Tomba Singh went over A minute later at the other endMoga’s half volley went over after utalising Gurjinder Kumars cross from the left The best chance of the half was created by Pune FC A combined effort between MogaJeje and Douhou put Karma in the clear on the right The winger did well with his effort only to have Denzil Franco clear a yard off the goal-line In the 57 th minuteChurchill went close Ravannan floating the ball from the right sailed over defender Gurjinder KumarChurchills Balal and defender Chika only to have Chhetri fall a yard short at the far post At the other endthe home side took the lead with keeper Meloly virtually making the move happen A careless clearance by the keeper went straight to Henri Arnaud a couple of yards outside the box A quick release between Tabia and Wali to Bineesh Balan ended with an intelligent angular finish past Anas Edathodika and the keeper Five minutes laterPune FC conceded another goal From the rightAnas lost a challenge against Henri Antouchet who backheeled to Chettri The striker in the clear curled his left-footer from the top of the box past a hapless Meloly Pune FC the brought in Boima in place of Chika to add firepower upfront Giving everything in search of a goal they had striker Mogas diving header go over from inside the box At the other endShahin produced a brilliant save to deny Chhetri Into added timePune FC pulled one back through Karpeh The substitute controlled a long ball on the left on top of the box and unleashed a half-volley past the keeper to bring the game into life HoweverChurchill Brothers held on for a deserved win as they successfully posted a hurdle in Pune FCs title challenge For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 18 2013 2:55 am Related News Over 80 students from Jammu and Kashmirwho were placed in the Cambridge College of Engineering in Punjabs Fatehgarh Sahib under the Prime Ministers Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS)raised their voice against the college that allegedly shut its doors on the BTech students Alsoit allegedly refused to return the original documentsincluding the migration and No Objection Certificate (NOC) Around 5000 such students from poor families in Jammu and Kashmir were placed with different higher education institutes of the country in 2012under the Government of Indias Human Resource Development (HRD) PMSSS scheme While education for the majority of them is going on smoothlythe careers of 82 students in Cambridge College of Engineering has been put on hold As per the PMSSS schemethe students were to pay Rs 25000 each and the college would provide the tuition feesboarding and lodging fees to the students who enrolled themselves in various professional and technical collegesrecognised by the government of India In addition to thisbooks too would be provided for at the cost of the government But the Cambridge students claim to have received none of the provisions Insteadthey say the college authorities asked them to pay Rs 1 lakh each The college at Isherhailon the outskirts of Chandigarh on the Fatehgarh Sahib highwaywas set up in 2010 and is affiliated to the Punjab Technical University (PTU)Jalandhar Alsoit is recognised by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)New Delhi One of the studentsGulam Qadar Bhat said? 31-year-old Alam Khan, He brought the yearning notes of raag Maand Khamaj to the fore. Stating that on Tuesday,it was a disaster strategically. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sharvari Patwa | Mumbai | Published: September 30, a giant flower against abstract pastel hues painted over four canvas, For all the latest Mumbai News,s executive engineer.

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