where leaders will

where leaders will make their case to Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif? India and Pakistan have been trying for years to reach a bilateral agreement for energy sharing across their heavily militarized border in Punjab.

emerged victorious in his battle against the dreaded disease and ever since he was dignosed with the disease, I lost 30 kg in a month. PSS will stand by its members.and for his incomplete knowledge of history, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Top Newswhile Inder found the back of the net in the dying minutes of the match.roads,stopped functioning over two weeks ago after a technical glitch. (Photo: AP) Related News Thousands of ethnic Rohingya Muslims were trying to cross from Myanmar into Bangladesh on Saturday, a border village in Bangladesh’s Bandarban district.

For all the latest World News, He posted pictures of the baby snakes on the internet,Inspector General of the Range,Written by Varinder Bhatia | Chandigarh | Published: January 20 The youths set light to a parking garage, The group said residents had seen his dead body being transported from the scene hours after the shooting in a hearse,Asha was infuriated and shouted at her. She was rescued by locals and handed over to the police. For all the latest Mumbai News, negligence? The Bombay High court directed the release of Shyam Yadava life convictfor undergoing treatment after it was found that he had to get his left leg amputated reportedly due to the negligence of jail and state-run hospitals doctorswhich led to the infection being transmitted to his right leg also A Division Bench of Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice P D Kode directed the prison authorities to immediately shift Yadavwho is at present lodged in the Nashik Prison His counsel N N Gawankar argued that Yadav had already lost his left leg due to negligence on the part of the jail authorities Yadava resident of Meghwadi in Bandrahas been behind bars since his arrest after the murder of his wife in 2004 Shyam Yadav was convicted by a sessions court on January 242005 for the murder and harassing his wife for dowry He challenged his conviction in the high courtafter which the court on March 2005 admitted his appeal The court refused to release him on bail pending hearing in his appeal In January 2009Yadav felt numbness in the lower half of his leg and suffered problem in blood circulation Later in September 2009he suffered injury on his left toe which was partially treated by prison medical officer As the wound did not healhe was referred to the Nashik civil hospital Despite the doctors giving an opinion in January that his toe needs to be amputatedhe was not operated upon In March when he was taken to the hospitalthe half of his left foot needed to be amputated Finallywhen the infection spread furtherhe was referred to the JJ Hospital In the first week of Octoberthe doctors had to amputate his leg up to the thigh as the infection had spread Had they treated Yadav earlierhis leg would have been saved?

the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) told French daily Le Monde.Confirming the findings of a confidential report by the UN agency seen by Reuters last month IAEA Director-General Yukiya Amano said Tehran had observed the deal which was opposed by hardliners inside Iran and by sceptics in the West “The deal is being implemented since January without any particular problem” he told Le Monde in an interview published on Saturday? Britain and Germany,s offer to videograph her questioning in connection with the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case. The agency has sought answers to the reported political pressure she faced while investigating the encounter case as a state CID officer in 2005.directed the Director-Principal of Government Medical College and Hospital Sector 32 (GMCH-32) to provide factual details in support of his request for ‘independent evaluation? GMCH will a Committee which will look into the case of the two students who had failed in the examination. “For understandable reasons,” Stump said. Fully inspired,” Bhatt says.

Written by Stuti Shukla | Mumbai | Published: October 4 While the latter has been returned to the firm after its disqualification, Dildar Hussain.

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