Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest By AuthorTelanganaToday Published: 31st Mar 2019 12:11 amRepresentational PhotoHyderabad: Ninety one children are seeing a new light in life, thanks to the Cyberabad police who rescued them from various workplaces and streets over the last two months. The children were rehabilitated in shelter homes while a few were reunited with their parents.Till the Cyberabad cops found them, their lives were relegated to the heat and smoke in brick kilns in Shamshabad, or the dust and taunts on the streets as they begged for alms, and in the case of some, to the grime of garbage bins from where they picked plastic waste for a living.
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest By AuthorTelanganaToday Published: 6th Mar 2019 11:15 amRepresentational ImageHyderabad: A bouncer, Ahmed Ba Ismail (26) allegedly murdered his wife at Salala Barkas in Chandrayangutta on Tuesday night, the police said.According to the police, Ahmed was married to Fatima (22) February last year and there were disputes between the couple over petty issue.
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to Google Google Google Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest By AuthorIANS Published: 6th Nov 2018 3:15 pmResearchers warn that eating a meal rich in calories for dinner can increase the risk of diabetes as well as lead to poorer cardiovascular health. The findings showed that eating the majority of a person;s daily calories in the evening, post 6 pm may lead to an increased risk of developing pre diabetes and high blood pressure, which can lead to diabetes and affect the heart.Every one per cent increase in the number of calories eaten after 6 pm, about 20 calories in a 2,000 calorie, was associated with higher fasting glucose, insulin, and insulin resistance, all of which are associated with an increased risk of diabetes.
For a 51 year old design, the second generation Dodge Charger that Fiat Chrysler rolled out onto its design showcase floor is remarkably clean and handsome. A black 1968 R T model from the corporate parent 's collection with an original 426 cubic inch Hemi V 8 (foreshadowing) and four on the floor in front of a bench seat with fold down armrest, the basic design ranks as arguably the best looking among the generations of this iconic musclecar.
The carcasses of three lion cubs were found on the outskirts of a village in Amreli district near the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Forest department officials said.
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Jurgen Klopp wants to splash out on a third midfield signing of the summer in a move that could derail Tottenham Hotspur's summer plans.Liverpool have already purchased Fabinho and last week Naby Keita was officially unveiled but following the departure of Emre Can for Juventus, the Reds are eyeing up another new addition in Tanguy Ndombele.
By Rajesh AhujaNew Delhi, Apr 8 (UNI) With over Rs 600 cr riding on him on the big screen as well as on the small screen, Superstar Salman Khan being granted bail by the Jodhpur sessions court on Saturday has come as a huge relief for filmmakers as well as producers in the world of television, banking on the charisma of the Bollywood heartthrob for their projects.By Amresh K Srivastava New Delhi, Apr 8 (UNI) Stressing the need for India Meteorological Department (IMD) to focus on intensive research to develop forecasting models for more accurate prediction of the Rapid Intensification phenomenon like Cyclone Ockhi, a Parliamentary committee has recommended that the IMD should learn from the best practices being followed globally to improve prediction of such phenomenon.
tap to bring up your browser menu and select 'Add to homescreen' to pin the The News web app TEHRAN: Iran on Saturday slammed new US sanctions against 10 of its citizens and an Iranian company over their alleged involvement in a massive state sponsored hacking and intellectual property theft scheme.The US Treasury Department unveiled charges on Friday against nine Iranians along with sanctions against 10 individuals and the Mabna Institute, which it accused of hacking hundreds of universities on behalf of Iran's Revolutionary Guards.Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghassemi called the accusations "false"."Iran condemns the United States' provocative, illegal and unjustified actions, which are a major new sign of the hostility and animosity of US leaders towards the Iranian people," he said in a statement on the ministry's website."They will not prevent the scientific development of the Iranian people."The two founders of the Mabna Institute, Gholamreza Rafatnejad, 38, and Ehsan Mohammadi, 37, were among the nine Iranians indicted in New York and whose assets are subject to US seizure.Since 2013, the Mabna Institute carried out cyber intrusions into the computer systems of 144 US universities, the Treasury Department said, and 176 universities in 21 foreign countries. Mabna Institute employees and contractors "engaged in the theft of valuable intellectual property and data from hundreds of US and third country universities... for private financial gain," it said.The US Department of Labour, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, dozens of private firms and non governmental organisations such as the United Nations Children's Fund were also allegedly targeted.
There is a possibility of escalation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China, Dr. Subhash Bhamre, Minister of State for Defence, cautioned on Thursday. Today we face a difficult neighbourhood with myriad security challanges. On the Line of Actual Control , the situation is sensitive and incidents of patrolling, transgression and stand offs are potential for escalation. While confidence building measures are enhanced, we shall take all actions as deemed necessary to endure the sanctity of the LAC, Dr. Bhamre said at an annual seminar, jointly organised by the Army and the Centre for Land Warfare Studies.
However, Mahesh Uppal, Director of consultancy firm Com First, feels competition from Reliance Jio would continue to hurt margins of the incumbents. ;With Jio guaranteeing free calls to its subscribers, other players will find it difficult to sustain revenues from voice calls. They will be forced to do the same. They will then compete aggressively in the market for data services, especially by providing larger data packs at even cheaper prices. It is not clear whether players will compete more vigorously on quality of service. This might take more time,; Uppal told IANS. But Amresh Nandan, Research Director, Gartner, said Jio;s disruption with free voice and data offers would eventually subside and become normal. ;Beyond a point, quality and reliability of service matter most. As that takes centre stage, which has started to happen, free or even discounted services won;t help. If Jio comes up with products beyond connectivity that enables greater interaction and transactions for consumers with necessary quality and reliability, then the competitive scenario may change,; he said. Talking about mergers and acquisitions, Uppal said the sector was in the process of reaching an optimal number of players. ;I expect the eventual survivors to be Airtel, Jio, the combination of Idea and Vodafone and the government owned MTNL BSNL,; Uppal said.Nandan said mergers and acquisitions were good for the market from the economic perspective. "Four telcos are dominant in the market and it should lead to a better scenario. However, real value from these deals will take time. These M #038;As are yet to reach operational culmination, which in itself will shake up things a bit more, " he added. "As far as consolidation is concerned, no market in the world has more than five telecom operators, but in India, there were more than 10. In 2018, the Bharti Airtel Tata Teleservices Telenor combine and the Idea Cellular Vodafone combine would take shape, " said Mathews. The country saw almost 40 per cent jump in 10 months in the number of wireless broadband users from 217.95 million at the end of December 2016 to 322.18 million users at the end of October 2017.
Modi will start his Gujarat election campaign with a rally in Bhuj on 27 November, followed by public meetings in Jasdan town of Rajkot, Dhari in Amreli and Kamrej in Surat district on the same day, Gujarat BJP incharge Bhupender Yadav said in Ahmedabad on Thursday.Gujarat will be going to polls in two phases on December 9 and 14, respectively and counting of votes will take place on December 18.
The apex court, which has appointed a senior advocate as an amicus curiae in the matter, said it would wait for his report before going ahead with the case. "There are several if;s and but;s in the case and we will like to wait for the amicus curiae (friend of the court) Amrender Sharan;s report," a bench of Justices S A Bobde and M M Shantanagoudar said."You (Tushar Gandhi) have to first satisfy us on the point of locus. What is your locus? Then only we can hear you," it said. Senior advocate Indira Jaising, appearing for Gandhi 's great grandson, said she would explain the locus if the court moves ahead with issuing of notice.
While addressing the crowd, Modi said the dam will improve Gujarat;s power generation capacity and help farmers. He also said that the dam was constructed despite several obstacles, including World Bank;s refusal in financing the project. In his speech, Modi dedicated the dam to those who constructed it and to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who envisioned the dream years ago.Later, he also addressed the crowd in Amreli in Saurashtra. He also inaugurated College of Diary Science and a new APMC market yard in Amreli.
To experience everything that ESPNFC.com has to offer, we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version of your web browser. Click the upgrade button to the right or learn more.LIVERPOOL Three quick thoughts from Anfield as Liverpool beat Hoffenheim 4 2 on Wednesday in the second leg of their playoff (6 3 on aggregate) to reach the group stages of the Champions League. 1. Liverpool cruise into UCL group stage This was one of Jurgen Klopp's biggest matches as Liverpool manager, and even with the unthinkable pressure if they had lost, his side wrapped up the victory within the first 20 minutes. Liverpool are back in the group stages of the Champions League for only the third time in the last nine seasons. A first half flurry at Anfield helped put them in Thursday's draw, which will see the five time Champions League winners benefit from Europe's top competition both on the pitch and off it. Liverpool TSG Hoffenheim 4 2 FT Leg 2Aggregate: 6 3 Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now raquo; Highlights GameCast Lineups and Stats A double from Emre Can and goals from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino put the contest beyond Hoffenheim, who froze on the biggest night in the club's history. The illustrious Champions League banners were adorned all over Anfield for the first time since the failed 2014 15 campaign, when Liverpool were unable to get out of their not too difficult group. Before kickoff, this playoff was very much alive as a result of Hoffenheim striker Mark Uth's late goal at the Rhine Neckar Arena a week ago, which cut Liverpool's lead to 2 1. On Wednesday, Klopp opted to start the same lineup from the first leg. For Hoffenheim, the score line and the history books were against them as no German team had ever won at Anfield in 18 previous attempts. The bravado and confidence of their players and 30 year old manager Julian Nagelsmann beforehand seemed entirely misplaced as Klopp had clearly ordered his players to search for an early goal. Liverpool squandered two chances within the opening five minutes; Salah headed over the crossbar and keeper Oliver Baumann denied Sadio Mane in a one on one situation. However, they would not have to wait long for the breakthrough. Mane burst through Hoffenheim's high defensive line once again and back heeled the ball into the path of Can, whose shot took a thick deflection beyond Baumann into the bottom left corner. The knockout blow came eight minutes later when Georginio Wijnaldum hit the post off Firmino's cutback and Salah followed up on the rebound. The visitors' job then became impossible in the 20th minute when Firmino found Can at the back post to make it 3 0. As in the first leg, substitute Uth pulled one back for the visitors. The striker came off the bench shortly after Liverpool's third goal, while defender Havard Nordtveit received the hook from Nagelsmann. After the half time break, Liverpool still searched for more goals. Defensive midfielder Jordan Henderson beat the unwilling Kevin Vogt in a challenge to run through on goal before unselfishly squaring for Firmino to tap in for a 4 1 lead. Sandro Wagner headed in a consolation for Hoffenheim, while Liverpool barely broke a sweat to secure their place in the Champions League, a place they firmly believe they belong. Two goals from Emre Can set Liverpool on their way to the Champions League group stage. 2. Klopp's forwards are a match for any opponent in Europe Despite missing Philippe Coutinho (arguably their best player) due to the ongoing transfer saga, Liverpool still remain one of the most penetrative attacking forces in Europe. They will be a match for any team this season. Defensively, though, teams will still fancy their chances against a shaky back four. The pace and power of Liverpool's forward trio was the least of Hoffenheim's worries on Wednesday. In addition to attempting to deal with Mane, Salah and Firmino, Wijnaldum and Can consistently made lung busting late runs into the penalty area. It's a gung ho approach that might be the sole reason for Klopp's side being able to beat opponents after playing less than a quarter of a match. However, it's also a contributing reason Liverpool have never had a consistently sturdy defense throughout Klopp's reign. After virtually putting the tie to bed, poor defending from Dejan Lovren led to Uth's goal and planted the tiniest seed of doubt into Liverpool minds, but from there they looked to add to their commanding lead rather than protect what they had. It's probably the best way for Liverpool to set up in games at the moment, both domestically and in Europe. In Klopp's mind, attack is really the best form of defence. Mohamed Salah scored in a superb opening spell that saw Liverpool score three times inside 20 minutes. 3. Liverpool must make a genuine run at the Champions League Liverpool's dearth of participation in the tournament over the past decade will make their task this coming season more difficult. For Thursday's draw they will be placed in Pot 3 along with Tottenham Hotspur, although UEFA rules prohibit teams from the same country being drawn in the same group. Regardless, it is probable that Klopp's side will be drawn with European heavyweights from Pots 1 and 2, perhaps including Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Paris Saint Germain and or Borussia Dortmund. Under Klopp, Liverpool have proven their ability to beat any team on any given day. But so far they haven't had to do so when competing on multiple fronts in a season. The last time they were in the Champions League, then manager Brendan Rodgers made the unpopular decision to leave out several key players at Real Madrid's Bernabeu ahead of a Premier League encounter with Chelsea the following weekend. Mistakes like that shouldn't happen again. The competition has been tough for English teams of late, but it should not deter Liverpool from making a good go at it. With Klopp (who guided the club to a Europa League final in his first season) at the helm, who knows how far they can go? Glenn is ESPN FC's Liverpool correspondent. You can follow him on Twitter: @GlennPrice94.
January 7 marks the anniversary of the passing of one Iran s most heroic athletes, Gholamreza Takhti. The legacy of Takhti is notable not only for his athletic feats as a gold medalist in wrestling on the world stage but also for his humility and political principles and the fight for freedom against the dictatorship of the Shah. His life and death symbolize the struggle of the Iranian people, many of whom have sacrificed a life of comfort and privilege to stand for their principles.
A lion which strayed into the Virpur Gadhia village in Amreli district of Gujarat was captured and sent to Jasadhar medical centre for treatment, a senior forest department official said on Tuesday. The lioness was captured and caged at around 3 AM on Sunday (December 18) from the forest area near the Virpur Gadhia village. We found her to be weak and hence she was sent to the Jasadhar medical centre for treatment, ” T Kapaswami, Deputy Conservator of Forest, Amreli told PTI.
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