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the bench also dismissed a plea by private taxi operators to give them more time to switch to CNG. Indian opener KL Rahul," On the chief minister stripping him of key ministerial portfolios,Boman Irani, What’s next for a reunited AIADMK? For the beginnings the party has announced it will focus on getting back the two leaves election symbol that was lost when the two factions announced the split The next step would be to take a decision on the Mannargudi clan’s fate in the party with the OPS faction unrelenting on the demand for their ouster The party will either wait for the Election Commission to take a call on Sasikala’s fate or they could boot her out of the party after passing a resolution at the general council meeting However the latter solution is easier said thandone as the Sasikala faction is unlikely to go down without a fight As this Firstpost article states "With TTV Dinakaran holding on to his group of 20 MLAs who were by his side at the Melur public meeting last week the AIADMK government will be short of political oxygen It will be a minority government that can be toppled should these rebel MLAs vote in favour of a DMK-sponsored no-confidence motion But EPS and OPS combo will hope that with AIADMK legislators not keen on facing an election the benefits of power will be a seduction hard to resist" For now the Sasikala camp seems to have adopted the wait and watch policy as they dropped enough hints that they have enough support within theparty to foil the merger attempts if the party goes ahead and ousts Sasikala Flaying the move to merge the OPS and EPS factions of AIADMK after seven months of bitter animosity Dinakaran’s faction said that their leader "has the ability to put a full stop" to whatever decision that could be taken related to a merger Dinakaran appears to have a support of about 20 legislators and six MPs who participated in his rally held at Madurai last week Is the party headed the NDA way Talks of an invisible hand pulling the strings of the Tamil Nadu political drama ever since Pannerselvam’s open rebellion from AIADMK has been around BJP’s extraordinary interest in the situation had given political pundits a fair chance to propose that the saffron party may be fishing in troubled waters in the southern Indian state where it has been vying to increase its footprints Now the fact that an RSS ideologue has reportedly facilitated the merger talks and that both Palaniswamy and Panneerselvam had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the merger talks could begin suggests that post the high-drama AIADMK merger it wouldn’t be a surprise if the party formally announces joining hands with NDA The story so far The factional feud began in February after Panneerselvam revolted against Sasikala The former chief minister had said that he was forced to resign from his post and asserted that only a person desired by people and cadres should succeed him in the government and party Panneerselvam was immediately sacked from the top party post of treasurer marking the birth of the rebel AIADMK (Puratchi Thalaivi Amma) faction Subsequently Sasikala named Palaniswamy as legislature party leader as she herself had to go to Bengaluru to serve a prison sentence following her conviction in the disproportionate assets case Soon Palaniswamy took over as the chief minister and his government was ridiculed as a proxy of Sasikala by rebel Panneerselvam and Opposition parties led by DMK In April this year in a political twist the Tamil Nadu Cabinet gave indications of sidelining Sasikala and Dinakaran Palaniswami gradually emerged as theleader of a faction of about 122 MLAs in the 234 member Assembly The OPS camp had nine MLAs including himself Palaniswamy and his Cabinet colleagues took a stand against Dinakaran in April for the first time after thebypoll to RK Nagar Assembly constituency represented by late Jayalalithaa was canceled They were also on the same page after Dinarakan was named in a case of trying to bribe Election Commission officials in April Further hardening the stand against Dhinakaran AIADMK leaders after a 10 Augustmeeting chaired by Palaniswamy said his appointment went against party bye-laws setting the stage for a formal merger Following it up the government also announced an inquiryinto Jayalalithaa’s death and declared that Amma’s Poes Garden residence would be taken over and turned into a memorial By conceding these key demands of the Panneerselvam camp the process of unification got a fresh impetus and following several rounds of deliberations the merger came through on Monday The development will bring some relief to supporters of AIADMK since the party which came to power in May 2016 has been struggling to keep its pack together following the death of party supremo Jayalalithaa in December last year With inputs from agencies By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 28 2016 4:36 am Top News A week after informing the Delhi High Court that there were bandwidth and connectivity issues in the 100helpline Delhi Police Wednesday again blamedthe phone lines for delays in response by the PCR Appearing for the police advocates Chetan Sharma and Shailendra Babbar said the problem of unanswered calls occurred during peak hours and priority is not given to 100 by telephone service providers as it is a free service Terming it as “startling” the bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Ashutosh Kumar said crime does not wait for peak and non-peak hours The bench has for now issued notice to the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology “The maximum time we take to address a distress call is 37 minutes In 75 per cent of cases we reach the spot in zero to five minutes In 19 per cent of cases we take five to 10 minutes” said the lawyers in an affidavit filed before the court The bench however noted that there were “several uses” for the PCR vehicles including carrying injured persons to hospitals It also asked why PCR vans were used as “ambulances” for sick or injured persons observing that police work was “crime detection” and ambulance services were available in the city The submission was made during a hearing on a PIL on women’s safety in the capital which had been taken up suo motu by the high court after the December 16 2012 gangrape For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: October 14 2016 12:45 pm Lakshmi Rai and Catherine Tresa Top News As shooting for Megastar Chiranjeevi’s prestigious movie Khaidi No 150 heads towards a wrap reports say that Catherine Tresa has been replaced with Lakshmai Rai for a special song at the last minute According to Telugu Cinema the Sarrainodu actor Tresa had a tiff with one of the film technicians very close to Chiru and his son Ram Charan Later it was decided that Lakshmi Rai will do the item number with Chiranjeevi in the movie Other reports suggest dance master Lawrence Raghavendra is choreographing the Chiru-Lakshmi song Under V V Vinayak’s direction Chiranjeevi is making a comeback after 10 years and Khaidi No 150 will be his 150th film Kajal Agarwal is starring opposite Chiru in the film Devi Sri Prasad is rendering music for the movie Khaidi No 150 is a remake of the Tamil blockbuster Kaththi which was directed by AR Murugadoss and had Vijay in the lead role Also read | Khaidi No 150 set for a January release next year The movie is being produced by the Megastar’s son Ram Charan in association with Lyca Productions The filmmakers are trying to push the movie out in January 2017 “We have completed more than 70 per cent of the shoot and dad had also started dubbing for the film We are happy with the output so far and we are planning to release the film in January as a Sankranti treat” Ram Charan had earlier said Chiranjeevi has his hands full as the star is also set to host athe fourth season of MAA television quiz show ‘Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu’ (MEK) — replacing Nagarjuna The popular Telugu TV show is an adaptation of globally acclaimed Hindi TV show hosted by Amitabh Bachchan Kaun Banega Crorepati For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 2:35 am Deonar garbage dumping area Related News Highrise buildings in Mumbai will now have to deal with disposal of wet waste on their own In the aftermath of the Deonar dumping ground fire Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed the Mumbai municipality to make disposal of wet waste on site mandatory for new buildings A government resolution issued by the Fadnavis-led Urban Development Department has asked the BMC to incorporate the rider in the compliance norms for building permits Earlier the Mumbai civic body and the Fadnavis government had invited flak over the inadequate waste management in Mumbai The city generates nearly 10000 metric tonne of waste daily Share This Article Related Article Just as the city is still grappling with paucity of landfill sites the Chief Minister has issued directions to bring down quantity of waste that needs disposal at dumping sites Pushing for a more aggressive approach on waste segregation the government has also directed the municipality to run decentralised waste collection and disposal facility in some administrative wards at least For big ticket high rise projects spread over 2000 sq m or more the BMC has been directed to permit disposal of wet garbage in a portion of space reserved for a recreation ground The Bombay High Court had earlier rapped the government and the civic body for inaction over Mumbai’s garbage disposal woes For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 23 2016 4:23 pm Enduring images of the Games will be the great sporting achievements of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt (Source: AP) Top News As the Olympic hoardings are taken down in Rio de Janeiro and the Carnival atmosphere subsides there is relief that cash-strapped Brazil avoided making a mess of the Games but also a nagging suspicion it did not make the most of them either Brazil overcame fears over the Zika virus a painful recession that left government coffers bare and the suspension of its president just three months before the opening ceremony of the first Games in South America Two years ago a senior member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) warned that Brazil’s preparations were the worst he had ever seen Yet a last-minute scramble meant that venues and a new metro line to the Olympic Park were ready in time Security fears which prompted the deployment of 85000 police and security for the Games were also proved wrong – there was no major attacks of the kind seen recently in Europe Yet in terms of the long-term benefits to residents and the image of Rio to the outside world the Games could have been so much more “If we’re content to call the absence of catastrophe an Olympic success then I suppose it was a success but if that is the case we are setting the bar too low” said Jules Boykoff a professor at Pacific University in Oregon and author of a book on the political history of the Games “From the point of view of the lives of ordinary people in Rio it was not a successful Games It was a massively missed opportunity” In 2009 when a triumphant Brazil won the right to host the Games by a landslide at an IOC meeting in Copenhagen a tearful President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said it would seal Brazil’s entry into the club of “first-class” nations “The world has recognised that the time has come for Brazil” Lula said predicting the Games would showcase the nation’s improved governance and booming economic growth Seven years later the Games arrived at just the wrong moment for Brazil Its economy has been ravaged by a commodities collapse while a sweeping corruption scandal has ensnared the construction companies building infrastructure for the Games and swept Lula’s leftist Workers Party from power The run-up to the Games an unrivalled moment to showcase Brazil’s most picturesque city was dominated instead by headlines over the impeachment of Lula’s successor Dilma Rousseff the spread of Zika and resurgent crime levels in the city’s slums due to rising unemployment and under-funded police The enduring images of the Games will be not just the great sporting achievements – from US swimmer Michael Phelps’ 28th Olympic medal to Usain Bolt’s historic sprint ‘triple triple’ – but also the organizational problems empty seats and crime Locals’ angry reaction to US swimmer Ryan Lochte who made up a story about being robbed at gunpoint was partly due to the knowledge their nation was being tarnished internationally “The country put its image at risk in bidding for the Games and the risk did not work out because it became brutally obvious Brazil has not resolved its problems” said Christopher Gaffney an Olympic expert and geographer at the University of Zurich who lived in Rio until last year ‘LEGACY’ MELTING AWAY The spirit of discontent among some residents was represented by an ice sculpture on Rio’s seafront boulevard spelling out “legado” – “legacy” in Portuguese In the heat of the tropical sun it quickly melted away Rio’s outspoken mayor Eduardo Paes accepts that while progress was made the Games fell far short of their original target in terms of tackling environmental issues like water pollution Roughly half the city’s sewage still flows untreated into Guanabara bay A Reuters study showed that pledges on reducing air pollution were also missed Campaigners railed against the relocation of tens of thousands of people to build infrastructure for the Games The decision to focus new transportation routes on the wealthier Western districts where the Olympic Park was built meant they would do little to curb the long daily commutes of the poor from Rio’s sprawling northern slums The sight of the Maracana stadium brightly illuminated for the closing ceremony while a power cut plunged neighbouring streets into darkness epitomised the lopsided benefits of the games Local media has reported that electricity tariffs will need to be raised to cover the cost of lighting the Games One major uncertainty for Brazilians is the size of the final bill for the Games in the midst of the country’s deepest economic recession since the 1930s The government has already said it will need to put in more public money to balance the books yet it is resisting calls to make the Games’ accounts public Many observers expect the official $12 billion price tag to be exceeded For many in Brazil the Games will be remembered as a success for one moment – when footballer Neymar clinched the gold medal with the final penalty of the match against Germany Yet residents like Luciana Cabral a 25-year-old advertising student said the Games appeared to have done little to improve the everyday life of ordinary people in Rio “On top of that we still don’t know what the real cost of the infrastructure will be so we have to wait and see” she said in downtown Rio on a street left deserted by a city holiday on Monday “I don’t want to say the whole thing was a failure but there were a lot of things that weren’t done well” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIslamabad: Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif will attend the 17th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana, It’s basically a non-issue.Olympic games in Rio over the doping scandal and its entire? doing the safai karamchari’s job and sharing their space. 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