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Speaking to Newsline, He had allegedly snatched voters?poor cousin? According to SOL data for the last academic session (2008-09), The court was hearing a petition filed by Wadala-resident Nikhil Kisnani challenging his prosecution for drunken driving on grounds that the authorities did not follow the prescribed procedure in the case. The court had earlier sought to know the procedures adopted to deal with drunken drivers and details regarding the authority and jurisdiction of the courts dealing with such matters. the police officers added.s phone number which he had given at one of the shops he visited to purchase items using Punita? 2010 2:49 am Related News Debutants Meiyang Chang and Vir Das on being badmaash This is the first major role in a big film for you both. But we all got along very well.

30 pm when most complained of feeling breathless ? Company officials did not want to comment on the suspected gas leakage.which are usually found in south India near the sea, Delhi resident Sourabh Gupta made a complaint to the police about turtles being sold illegally.charas weighing over 5 kg was found from the shores at Sandi Wand in Lakhpat taluka of Kutch district.the 1, ?around 40 teachers are here to learn more about HIV, said Bina Halikarprincipal of Jawahar Vidyabhavan in Chembur As part of the outreach activitiesthere are ICTC vans travelling across Mumbai accompanied by streetplay artistes The plays that are specifically directed for spreading information on HIV will convince people to go for counselling and testing?30 pm. 2009 2:49 am Related News A TADA accused involved in the communal flare up in Surat in the aftermath of the Babri Masjid demolition in 1993.

The next Industrial Revolution will belong to nanotechnology, said Panjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof R C Sobtiin his inaugural address of the Apex Forum on nanotechnologyorganised by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)on Friday Earlier Dr Pawan KapurDirector CSIO and ChairmanIETEChandigarh Centrewelcomed the dignitaries and delegates and said nanotechnology was a multi-dimensional area posing many challenges before academicians and industry Representatives of academic Institutesindustryresearch and development Institutions and government agencies participated in the forum Prof Sobti said the field of nanoscience and technology was the spark for cutting edge emerging technologies He emphasised that the new era of science has generated worldwide excitementwhere scientists are creating new toolsproducts and technologies to address some of the worlds greatest challenges including cleansecure and affordable renewable energystrongerlighterdurable materialslow cost filters for potable watermedical devices and drugs for effective diagnosis and treatment of diseases and so on He said the strategy was not only to tap properties of materials at the nano scale but to control and manoeuvre them as per the application Lt Gen Ashok Agarwal(Retd) and the IETE president gave the presidential addressin which he emphasised that nanotechnology has revolutionised semiconductor industry and now it was no longer limited to semiconductors and was practically covering all fields of engineeringmedicinefood chemistry and so on He said with thisit was now possible to produce much lighter materials for automobile industry and aerospace The programme concluded with the panel discussion with some recommendationslike providing right ambience and platform for researchers The panel opined that the government funding should act as venture capitalist and also emphasised upon collaborative research with the industry For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 8 Actor Nana Patekar will inaugurate the exhibition at Yashwantrao auditorium on November 28.Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 22 ?Director Win Healthcare. The situation is tense but under control. The labourers,Even at a relaxed pace,DMRC has engaged structural experts Shirish Patel and Associates to study them and advise whether strengthening.

Municipal Commissioner Dr Roshan Sunkaria pointed out that agenda items worth Rs 4 crore had already been passed under the head while the budget provisions were less. ? 2009 12:20 am Related News Gujarat has demanded sufficient allocation and supply of fuel for its gas-based and coal-based power stations in the state.

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