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FP7 began in 2007 and ends this year. news agency ANI reported.Four police personnel were also injured in a stone-pelting incident during CPM’s procession Meanwhile in a different incident police lodged a case against BJP’s National Executive member V Muraleedharan and 50 others for raising provocative slogans against CPI(M) Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan during the saffron party’s ‘Janaraksha Yatra’ at Kuthuparamba on October 6 Janaraksha Yatra is led by BJP chief Amit Shah which aims at highlighting the atrocities of the current government in the state The yatra started from Kannur district on October 3 and it will conclude on October 17 at Thiruvananthapuram With inputs from ANI PTI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Updated: September 2 2015 1:59 am Dr Daljit Singh Related News Sameet Singh Bhullar 29 an Amritsar-based exporter of food supplements was set to immigrate to Australia when the Anna Hazare movement began It gave him new hope in India said Sameet who stayed back joined the movement and later became a volunteer of the Aam Aadmi Party Today Sameet a postgraduate in microbiology and food technology is ruing his decision With the Punjab AAP marred by factionalism its leadership facing allegations of an autocratic style of functioning Sameet feels cheated just over a year after he had knocked door after door of villages in Amritsar and Ferozepur campaigning for the party in the Lok Sabha elections Share This Article Related Article “They promised us a party of not leaders but volunteers” said Sameet “But we are not consulted on anything Why are philanthropists and activists like Dr Daljit Singh and Dr Dharamvira Gandhi being treated like this” Sameet is voicing the disillusionment of countless AAP volunteers who were hoping the party would provide an alternative to the Akalis and the Congress The July expulsion of Dr Daljit Singh chairman of the AAP state unit’s disciplinary committee and the suspensions earlier this week of Dr Gandhi and Harinder Singh Khalsa two of the party’s four MPs have shocked those who joined the party or worked for it as a mission The MPs had been making statements against the leadership and held a rally parallel to AAP’s official one on August 29 The AAP state unit is unmoved and state convener Sucha Singh Chhottepur also hinted at the expulsion of Gandhi and Khalsa “Had they agreed to toe the party line their suspension could have been revoked But look at the way they are still issuing statements [against Arvind Kejriwal and other top party leaders] Do you think they have any future here” he said In contrast to the view that the action against two of AAP’s most prominent faces in Punjab can only demoralise volunteers and ultimately affect the party’s performance in the 2017 elections Chhottepur believes their importance is being overstated “Nobody is bigger than the party There are so many instances that vouch for this Jaswant Singh Uma Bharti Natwar Singh Kalyan Singh and Swaran Singh are a few examples [from other parties] We tried to make them understand kept quiet for a long time but they did not budge They organised a parallel rally creating too much indiscipline” he said For his part Gandhi remains convinced that AAP has chosen to go the wrong way “The recent suspensions have only sent home the message that the senior leadership is not willing to take everybody along Anybody who questioned the party has had to face rough weather” said the eye surgeon who is renowned in Punjab for his philanthropic medical practice and has continued with it alongside politics Unfazed about his possible expulsion he said he “will continue to serve the people being an independent parliamentarian I will continue to oppose the Akalis and Congress” Responding to Chhottepur’s allegation that he was “playing in the lap of the Congress and the Akalis” Gandhi said “it is not I but Chhottepur who has been sitting in different laps Once he was in Amarinder Singh’s lap then he was in others’” Khalsa said he went to meet Arvind Kejriwal to discuss the issues plaguing the Punjab unit “He was curt with me He asked me to leave Punjab to his men” he said Despite the voices of disillusionment Chhottepur is confident He said the party had enrolled 20 lakh members in the last few days “I have never seen such enthusiasm They are just looking at change They ask me if there could be a midterm poll in Punjab Just wait and watch what we do” he said The disarray in AAP comes after leaders of the Congress the SAD and the BJP had secretly as well as openly admitted that they see it as a threat Only recently an “intelligence output” claiming Kejriwal would himself contest as a CM candidate from Punjab had caused jitters to several senior leaders of the ruling and Congress parties Chhottepur called that report “a plant” but chose not to deny it entirely “It is too early to say anything If Kejriwal contests we will win all 117 seats” He said AAP is doing well “Punishing those creating indiscipline does not send any wrong message One cannot keep everybody together Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal could not keep his brother with him neither his uncle Teja Singh Has it mattered to him” Sameet would have told him why AAP had inspired him in the first place “I joined AAP because it was supposed to be different from other political parties” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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” he said in a video message.the problem can not be solved permanently.Our resolve for 2009 is to pay special attention on identified accident-prone points and to enforce traffic norms in a strict manner and reduce traffic congestion, Raka said The RealityThe data compiled by Newsline reveals that accidents on the 75-km stretch of NH-21 between Mohali and Kharar claims one life every alternate day On an averagea major accident takes place on the the national highway every day This highway lacks dividersindicatorslightsspeed breakers and road symbols The accident-prone points have been identified as DaonDesumajraMundi KhararBansan Wali Chungi ChowkQuila Chungi Chowk and Khanpur T-point The highway was laid in 1940 and had a speed limit of 60 kilometres per hour Sixty-eight years laterwhile the volume of traffic has increased manifoldthe width and strength of the road remains the same Though the stretch between Mohali Bridge and Desumajra was four-lanedthe presence of a narrow carriageway till Khanpur Bridge is fatal Though a few ambulance stand-posts have also been builtthe facilities at civil hospitals along the highway need to be upgraded At presentmost of the accident cases are referred from local civil hospitals to the PGI For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNovi Sad | Published: January 30 2014 3:20 pm Stanilas Wawrinka (2R) arrives with the Normann Brookes Challenge Cup at Cointrin airport in Geneva (Reuters) Related News Switzerland’s former world number one Roger Federer will join Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka in their Davis Cup first-round tie against Serbia next weekend “I can confirm that Roger is in Serbia and will play in the Davis Cup” Swiss Tennis Federation spokeswoman Sandra Perez told Reuters by email on Wednesday “He will take part in the press conference tomorrow (Thursday) when the draw takes place” she said With Federer renewing his Davis Cup partnership with Wawrinka the Swiss will start as strong favourites against 2010 winners and 2013 runners-up Serbia who are missing their top three players including world number two Novak Djokovic Federer the winner of 17 Grand Slam titles on the men’s ATP Tour has never won the Davis Cup and renewing his partnership with Wawrinka should present him with a good chance of adding to his jam-packed trophy cabinet The 32-year-old Swiss maestro last played for his country in the 2012 World Group playoff win over the Netherlands and his best result in the competition was reaching the 2003 semi-finals Although Wawrinka is likely to be exhausted after his celebrations and a long-haul flight from Melbourne following his win over Spain’s world number one Rafa Nadal in Sunday’s final the Swiss should be too strong for a decimated Serbian side That is unless world number two Novak Djokovic follows in Federer’s footsteps and makes a last minute U-Turn having earlier pulled out of the tie to focus on the ATP Tour and his bid to wrestle the top ranking spot back from Nadal If there is to be another twist Djokovic would have to cut short his skiing holiday in the Serbian resort of Mount Kopaonik where he has been photographed by local media with friends and family Serbia will certainly miss the injured Janko Tipsarevic who has been sidelined with a heel problem since October and suspended Viktor Troicki who is serving a 12-month doping ban for missing a blood test in April ‘Great atmosphere’ The Serbians are relying on the unheralded duo of world number 102 Dusan Lajovic and Filip Krajinovic (280) as the likely singles starters with Nenad Zimonjic expected to join forces with Ilija Bozoljac in the doubles Their coach Bogdan Obradovic thinks Wawrinka’s probable exhaustion is Serbia’s best chance of springing what would have been upset even with Federer absent “It’s a predicament not having our best players available but it’s also an opportunity to inject some fresh blood into the squad” Obradovic told a news conference in the SPENS Arena prior to breaking news that Federer was on his way to Serbia “The atmosphere is great and what we need now is a big fan turnout so that these young lads get the proper support on the big stage We will do everything we can to win “Players like Wawrinka always find a way to dig deep into their resources but despite being up against it our goal remains to win three points in the tie and advance to the next round” With Federer now ready to support Wawrinka who will also be pumped up after winning his first grand slam and rocketing to a career-best world number three a Serbia win would amount to one of the biggest shocks in Davis Cup history For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: September 1 2009 12:58 pm Related News An army jawan was killed in firing from across the border along the LoC in Poonch district on Tuesday Suspected militants opened fire from across the border at Tata Post around 0200 hours following which troops retaliatedofficial sources said In the brief exchange of firea jawan identified as Jang Bahadur of 2nd Gorkha rifle was critically injured and later died in the district230 kms from Jammu For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: December 21 2016 6:03 pm Honor is expected to preview its upcoming mid-end smartphone with two rear-facing cameras (Picture for representation) Related News Huawei’s e-brand Honor is likely to showcase a new smartphone in India on Friday December 23 The company which sent out invites to members of the press will be holding a special preview event in India ahead of the device’s global launch The invite doesn’t tell much about the device; however sources said the phone will have two rear-facing cameras and is likely to be a mid-end device The upcoming phone will be announced globally at one of the biggest tradeshows in the world the Consumer Electronics Show (or CES) takes place in Las Vegas every January the source added But that’s not all We’ve also got to know that the smartphone will be launched in India in the last week of January The Chinese smartphone company has been building momentum in the Indian market with a slew of smartphones having dual cameras Both the Huawei P9 and the Honor 8 use a rear camera system where one camera captures a black-and-white image and a second camera captures coloured photograph However both smartphones are premium in nature and are priced on the higher side That’s precisely the question that bothers many from getting a phone with dual cameras Also read:Honor Magic smartphone with built-in AI launched in China Honor is coming with a mid-end smartphone with two rear-facing cameras That’s confirmed Exactly what the phone will offer we currently don’t have much information to share with our readers Watch this space for more For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services 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