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Based on the AERA paper Karnataka government authorities had placed a cabinet note suggesting that BIAL must exploit the commercial land available to it to finance airport expansion instead of relying on government equity or increase in UDF The cabinet however decided that a middle path must be taken and has allowed BIAL to increase UDF on par with the HIAL? government sources said Under the airports current share-holding pattern 74 per cent is held by private partners GVK Group (43 per cent)Siemens (26 per cent) and Zurich Airport (5 per cent) while the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Karnataka State Industrial and Infrastructure Corporation (KSIIDC) hold a stake of 13 per cent each For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Munich | Updated: October 4 2016 3:57 pm Uli Hoeness quit as Bayern president in March 2014 after being sentenced to prison for evading millions of euros in taxes REUTERS Top News After serving 21 months of a 3 1/2 year-prison sentence for tax evasion Uli Hoeness is set to return to his previous position as president of German giant Bayern Munich Bayern’s management advisory board unanimously proposed Hoeness on Saturday as the only candidate up for election by members at its annual general meeting on Nov 25 Current president Karl Hopfner is not seeking re-election the Bundesliga champion said Hoeness quit as Bayern president in March 2014 after being sentenced to prison for evading millions of euros in taxes via an undeclared Swiss bank account He was released in February after serving half of the sentence The 64-year-old Hoeness remained close to Bayern while in custody benefiting from a work-release program in the club’s youth department during the day before returning to prison overnight As a player Hoeness won the 1972 European Championship and the 1974 World Cup with West Germany and three straight European Cups _ the predecessor of the Champions League _ with Bayern before retiring in 1979 with chronic knee problems Under his guidance as general manager Bayern built financial reserves rarely seen in debt-ridden European soccer For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: June 3 2017 5:00 pm Varun Aaron said bowling above 145 kph puts different stress on the body and fitness level has to be the best (Source: File) Top News BEING A pace bowler who is able to bowl at a speed of more than 140 kph Varun Aaron is seen as a talent who can bowl with such pace at the international level Having played nine Test matches and as many ODIs the 27-year-old was looking to make a comeback into the Indian team when he suffered a heel injury during last year’s Ranji season Aaron who had played in the Red Bull Campus Cricket Tournament at Sector 16 Stadium in 2012 was in Chandigarh for the tournament’s final at IS Bindra PCA Stadium The pacer looked confident of making a comeback into the Indian team “I feel really good at the moment after the heel injury I have played good and trained hard with my body recovering well I was happy with the way I bowled in IPL and after the rehabilitation bowling at 150 kph was something I wanted At the moment I am back to my best apart from working hard on my fitness The Ranji season started well for me and I also had a good experience with India A team in Australia But then the injury happened This was my first injury in two years and I had to put my plans back but now it is back to bowling at my best” the pacer told Chandigarh Newsline Aaron first hit the headlines when he clocked 153 kph during the Vijay Hazare final in 2011 and made his Test debut for the Indian team against West Indies in 2011 The Jharkhand player last played for India in 2015 playing in the Test series against South Africa and captained Jharkhand for two matches in Ranji Trophy last year before the heel injury The last one year has also seen another pace bowler Umesh Yadav who can also bowl regularly above 140 kph cementing his place for the Indian team Aaron is eager to bowl along with Yadav “Umesh has bowled really well in the past one year and I am very happy for him Both of us have played for India and I look forward to playing with him again I feel Umesh has been executing his plans well and I have also been working on something and when I get my chance I will like to bowl with pace Bowling above 145 kph puts different stress on the body and fitness level has to be the best At the end of the day bowling at such a speed gives me a lot of satisfaction” said Aaron The fast bowler played six matches for Kings XI Punjab in this year’s IPL and picked up six wickets with his best wicket haul of two wickets for three runs coming against Delhi Daredevils in Mohali “Bowling in a big tournament like IPL and performing under pressure gives you a lot of self- belief Playing for Kings XI Punjab gave me a chance to do that and sharing the responsibility in the opportunities I got helped my confidence I had seen players like Manan Vohra play in Red Bull Campus Cricket in 2012 and he showed that he is a special talent during his knock of 97 runs against Sunrisers Hyderabad” added Aaron For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: May 3 2016 2:46 pm One may have seen Tiger Shroff kicking villains with glee in Baaghi but the action star was scared when he found himself in a face-off opposite Hollywood strongman Nathan Jones of Mad Max Fury fame Nathan plays the villain in Tiger Shroff’s next A Flying Jatt Related News One may have seen Tiger Shroff kicking villains with glee in Baaghi but the action star was scared when he found himself in a face-off opposite Hollywood strongman Nathan Jones of Mad Max Fury fame Nathan plays the villain in Tiger Shroff’s next A Flying Jatt Recollecting how scared he was while delivering his first shot opposite Nathan Tiger Shroff told IndianExpresscom “I remember giving each shot and I was so scared He is seven feet tall” However the intimidation didn’t last as soon as the camera was switched off “He is like two different people When director says action he is this menacing person that you don’t want to mess with him But when the director says cut he is just a gentle giant who you want to hug and give a high five You wanna be around him” When asked how intense the fight sequenced between him and Nathan were Tiger said “It’s like David and Goliath and will be a visual delight for viewers” The actors also took out time to discuss Nathan’s last film the highly appreciated Mad Max Fury “He shared his experiences from the sets of Mad Max Fury He said he was shooting for three to four months at a stretch and his family would visit him It was great listening to his experiences of working in a world class film” said Tiger For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Updated: March 29 2016 4:29 am The cost of buses is around Rs 85 crore out of which 50 pc is being funded by the Centre under JNNURM and the remaining by the UT Administration Express Related News THE INDUCTION of intelligent transport system (ITS)-enabled buses into the existing fleet of buses of the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) has been delayed A total of 160 buses had been sanctioned to CTU under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) for strengthening its public transport network CTU had invited bids from bus manufacturing companies for supplying new buses to the corporation The contract was awarded to Corona The cost of buses is around Rs 85 crore out of which 50 per cent is being funded by the Central government under JNNURM and the remaining by the Chandigarh Administration Share This Article Related Article The sanctioned buses were to be inducted by November 2015 but their induction has been delayed due to technical flaws in 11 buses which were delivered in the first lot in October 2015 The technical team of CTU highlighted around 20 defects in the buses such as lack of emergency braking system cracks in the body of buses side glasses not fitted properly resulting in water leakage engine of buses not insulated properly passenger seats not as per specification gaps in doors and noisy AC compressors A special team of experts constituted by CTU carried out inspection of the remaining buses last week before taking the delivery and spotted similar defects in the buses Director (transport) Amit Talwar said that they had directed the company to rectify the flaws and deliver the buses at the earliest “The delivery of buses is behind schedule but our main priority is to get buses without any flaws” he added CTU Workers’ Union president Bhupinder Singh said that the union was not in favour of these buses “They are not only having multiple flaws but are also more expensive than buses of same specification manufactured by other companies” he said As per official figures CTU has a fleet of 470 buses which are operating from its four depots The fleet comprises standard size buses semi-low floor non-AC buses AC buses low-floor AC buses low-floor non-AC buses and mini-AC buses Out of the total buses 87 are being used for long routes while the remaining buses are used for city bus service which serve the Tricity of Chandigarh Panchkula and Mohali and suburban areas like Zirakpur and Kharar For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App They too must be celebrating Diwali in advance this year, US State Department acting spokesman Mark Toner condemned "this brutal and senseless attack" and said the United States was ready to provide any assistance it could to investigate it. a famous poet-saint from Maharashtra.
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DCP Ashish Choudhar
DCP Ashish Choudhary.