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ranked the best bowler in the world in ODIs, There must be an inquiry. with or without the judicial intervention, whether ousted and then restored Speaker Nabam Rebia would preside over the proceedings or the vote of confidence against him would be taken first Secondly what happens to the fate of 14 MLAs whom Rebia had expelled on December 15 on charges of indulgence in anti-party activities So far Rebia’s conduct has not been above board and Supreme Court has made very strong observations on Speaker’s conduct and laid down norms for future The Congress has pulled a surprise and saved the day for itself but it’s going to be a tough weekend ahead Can it sustain long to win the battle The BJP has not revealed its counter strategy yet Ahmedabad: Heavy rains lashed Surat Valsad and Navsari districts in southern Gujarat on Tuesday even as three more persons died in the state in the last 24 hours due to the incessant downpour taking the total number of rain-related deaths to 14 within a week officials said Other parts of Gujarat also received moderate rainfall in the last 24 hours they said Representational image PTI "The death toll due to incessant rains across Gujarat since the last one week has risen to 14 as three more deaths were reported in the last 24 hours" officials of the State Emergency Operations Centre(SEOC) at Gandhinagar said While two persons died in Ahmedabad district another death was reported in Morbi district they said As Saurashtra region also received heavy rainfall in the last couple of days relief operations by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) were still on in parts of Surendranagar and Jamnagar districts officials said During the day (8 am to 4 pm) Choryasi taluka of Surat district received maximum rainfall of 201 mm followed by Chikhli in Navsari (131 mm) Jalalpore in Navsari (105 mm) Navsari taluka (103 mm) Palsana (99 mm) Mandvi (96 mm) and Bardoli (92 mm) (last three places in Surat district) These places were followed by Vapi in Valsad (83 mm) Surat city (79 mm) Kamrej in Surat (78 mm) Umergam in Valsad (77 mm) Rapar in Kutch (76 mm) Vagra in Bharuch (74 mm) and Mangrol in Surat (70 mm) they said In Navsari the district administration directed the government primary schools to declare a holiday due to heavy rains since early morning "Traffic was affected in many parts of Navsari district due to water logging Many underpasses were also closed Several village roads were damaged in Chikhli and Gandevi taluka We asked the primary schools to give a holiday on Tuesday" Navsari collector Ravi Kumar Arora said Ahmedabad city also received 43 mm rainfall in the morning following which several roads and traffic junctions were inundated causing hardships to commuters The Meteorological Centre here has predicted heavy rains in south Gujarat in the next 24 hours "So far Gujarat has received almost 41 percent of the total rainfall On Tuesday heavy rains occurred at many places in southern Gujarat Saurashtra and even in Kutch Such spell of heavy rains would continue in several parts of south Gujarat in the next 24 hours" director of the Met Centre Jayanta Sarkar said By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 11 2017 4:34 am AYUSH organises a programme for the promotion of yoga at Tagore Theatre Sector 18 Chandigarh Express Top News The UT administration on Friday launched free yoga classes for Tricity residents in 38 schools of Chandigarh in the first phase of the initiative Officials said the programme would be further extended to other government schools of the city later Yoga classes will be provided at these schools in the mornings free of cost The health department said the starting of classes is among the initiatives aimed to promote yoga among citizens of the city V P Singh Badnore Governor of Punjab and UT Administrator inaugurated the event at the Tagore Theatre Watch what else is making news: He also released the Yoga Fest Publication on the occasion which is a compilation of various activities that took place during the Yoga Festival held last year in Chandigarh The occasion also marked the release of a documentary on the 2nd International Yoga Day and the launch of a new website created by the Department of Ayush where anybody can register herself/himself for free yoga classes Badnore during his address said that yoga is the epitome of Indian legacy “It is the very essence of our culture and this ancient discipline traces its roots to the pre-vedic times Yoga is an invaluable gift of the ancient Indian tradition It represents unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature and a holistic approach to health and well-being” he said He further said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has envisioned a new era of yoga which would inspire humanity in its quest for peace and harmony and every step taken in this direction would aid in achieving that aim “Declaration of 21st June as International Day of Yoga by the United Nations was a giant step towards giving international recognition to yoga and it was indeed a proud moment for the entire country It is really commendable that the idea of organising an academic conclave was conceived and executed by the Chandigarh Administration as a prologue to the International Yoga Day celebrations” he said He also asked the health department to step up the setup of the 50-bed Ayush integrated hospital in Sector 34 in the city Providing information about the free yoga classes in the city Dr Rajiv Kapila National Ayush Mission nodal officer told Chandigarh Newsline that anybody can come to attend these camps “The timing is between 6 am to 730 am” he said “All those interested to join the classes have to fill up a form and start the classes” He said that in the next phase around 100 schools will be proposed for this initiative For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: February 27 2017 4:25 pm Rajinikanth’s Kabali Vijay’s Bairavaa Suriya’s Ingam 3 were big box office flops claim distributors Related News Leading film distributors in Tamil Nadu are bursting bubbles by rubbishing reports about the box office numbers of films that were touted to be the biggest commercial hits of the industry An audio message of a distributor in Salem has reportedly gone viral in which he has rued that he incurred a massive loss by buying the theatrical rights of superstar Rajinikanth’s Kabali for a huge sum “I had bought Kabali for Rs 64 crores on the minimum-guarantee basis and with Qube cost the total investment is around Rs 7 crore” Salem area distributor Nandha revealed in a WhatsApp audio message according to a Sify report While he invested Rs 7 crore he claims he only received Rs 340 crore in return and suffered a whopping Rs 36 crore loss said reports He even claimed that he approached the producers of Kabali regarding the loss but is yet to hear a response He requested the filmmakers to not deceive people by providing fake box office collection reports Nandha’s big revelation comes in the backdrop of Coimbatore area film distributor Tirupur Subramaniam’s audio message The leading distributors had slammed actors for celebrating fake box office success by exchanging gifts and holding success parties while distributors of their films were facing huge financial losses “I think Kollywood is the only industry which celebrates flops and holds success parties Some of these films claim that they collected Rs 100 crore and stars distribute presents to crew members These stars are living in their own make-believe world where they can only give hits and producers — to curry favour with them — put out ads saying their film is a ‘huge hit biggest in Tamil cinema’ with inflated fake figures Then they put out ads in papers claiming the film had a 50 or 100-day run,including owners of school-buses and autorickshaws, 6-1 to claim a maiden title in Charleston.when Ganguly had to leave to chair a Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) meet.2012.these are inspirations for his stand-up comedy act–The Travelling Pants. 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