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“to advise the state government in regard to the formulation of an appropriate policy in laying out cycle tracks”. the petitioner submitted photographs pointing out that nearly Rs 9 crore was spent on constructing cycle track in just one Work Circle Noida.” suggesting many were ready for the change.

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this data does not fall in the wrong hands, The ephedrine was for export to party destinations in countries including Mexico where it would then be used as raw material for making synthetic party drugs such as metamphetamine and other amphetamine-based drugs including Ice and Ecstasy. Interestingly, Human Rights Watch in December accused the coalition of firing Brazilian-made rockets containing the outlawed munitions near two schools in Saada,respectively. ? in connection with the clash between a group of farmers and police in Sanand.While two AAP members Ramjibhai Patel Shailesh Thakkar were arrested Wednesday party leader Rituraj Mehta according to police was absconding The party has said that it would register a counter complaint against the policemen involved in lathicharge on Tuesday afternoon on the farmers who were demanding Narmada water for irrigation in the area Watch What Else Is Making News Those named in FIR have been booked for attempt to murder rioting destroying public properties and other charges The FIR said the farmers’ rally on Tuesday afternoon was organised without permission from police In the clash seven policemen including Ahmedabad district SP R V Asari were injured On the other hand Sanand bandh called given by OBC leader Alpesh Thakor against the police action received little response with most shops remaining open through the day “BJP goons along with police forced people to keep their shops and offices open despite our shutdown call They created an atmosphere of fear in Sanand and tried their best to showcase that people have voluntarily kept their shops open which is not true” alleged Thakor as a small group of people sat on a dharna at Sanand GIDC police station in protest Meanwhile AAP state media coordinator Harshal Nayak said that party’s legal team would move the High Court to seek registration of an FIR if police do not book the policemen responsible for the lathicharge He said police allegations against AAP leaders were “totally false” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOfficially at least Ratan Tata patriarch of one of India’s wealthiest business families retired in late 2012 In reality he has been a driving force behind Tata’s bet on airlines and a rare public campaign to open up the booming aviation sector Reuters The $100 billion Tata group conglomerate is a major beneficiary of the decision last week to open up aviation in India making it easier for start-ups to fly overseas sooner The decision is no panacea for Tata whose airlines – Vistara and AirAsia India – have had a slow start in a competitive market dominated by IndiGo owned by InterGlobe Aviation and Etihad-backed Jet Airways both of which opposed the rule change But it marks a victory for 78-year-old Ratan Tata and ends more than two years of airlines lobbying of Twitter rows and of frequent public statements from the usually circumspect steel-to-salt group "This was a David-and-Goliath kind of situation" said a source close to Tata group "There was huge lobbying from the other side" Ultimately sources familiar with the talks said it was Ratan Tata a trained pilot who was key to sealing the deal capitalising on his clout In a message earlier this year he called for ‘a new open market economy’ and said airlines lobbying against a rule change was "reminiscent of protectionist and monopolistic pressures by vested interests’ entities who seem to fear competition" A spokesman for Tata Sons which promotes the group denied Ratan Tata was directly involved saying he had "nothing to do with operations or management of either of the airlines" after his retirement and that views he expressed were personal Turbulent beginnings Not that either of Tata’s two airline ventures – a low-cost carrier owned with Malaysia’s AirAsia Bhdand Vistara a full-service carrier run with Singapore Airlines – is yet ready to fly overseas Both have had turbulent starts Vistara initially focused on domestic business travellers but had to reconfigure its aircraft after a year to replace pricier seats with cheaper ones AirAsia underwent a management shake-up earlier this year Vistara’s share of India’s passenger air market is rising but is still just 25 percent after nearly 18 months in business AirAsia’s share after two years has stagnated at about 2 percent government data showed compared with IndiGo which has a 39 percent share and Jet Airways with 19 percent But flying overseas is critical It means higher profits and margins than in India’s cut-throat market dominated by low-cost carriers and Vistara and AirAsia now aim to boost their fleet sizes within a year A Tata Sons spokeswoman said making profit can take several years and the group had a "clear road map": "Aviation is a long gestation business sector" The new rules water down a requirement known as 5/20 which barred domestic airlines from flying overseas before being in operation for five years and having 20 aircraft Now they can fly overseas as long as they deploy 20 aircraft or 20 percent of total capacity in India whichever is higher Tata Sons and the two airlines said they would prefer the rules to be abolished altogether Tata’s re-entry Tata group a business empire stretching from Jaguar Land Rover and steel mills in Britain to salt pans and India’s cheapest car has a long history in aviation J R D Tata the group chairman before Ratan Tata became India’s first qualified pilot in 1929 and set up an airline that was later nationalised as state carrier Air India Under Ratan Tata the group sought to snap up Air India in a privatisation process later aborted Instead even as current chairman Cyrus Mistry has sought to wind up some of Tata group’s more ambitious projects Ratan Tata pulled the group back in with two joint ventures For his critics the intervention was too little too late In 2013 a year after India liberalised foreign direct investment in aviation Tata returned first with AirAsia and then Vistara "India’s market has only just started and it could provide growth for global aviation for the next 10 or 15 years" said Kapil Kaul New Delhi-based chief executive of the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) consultancy India is the world’s fastest-growing aviation market clocking more than 20 percent growth last year and CAPA expects domestic passenger travel to grow to 500 million by 2035 from 70 million in 2015 Tata group is moving to capitalise on the win Vistara which has 11 aircraft had an original plan to scale up to 20 by June 2018 but could speed that up "We do not rule out accelerating the deliveries or procuring more aircraft from leasing firms manufacturers or for that matter from our parent Singapore Airlines also" Vistara CEO Phee Teik Yeoh said in response to a query Yeoh said the company was reviewing its international plans AirAsia is in the process of ramping up its aircraft to 20 from six to meet the criteria India CEO Amar Abrol said adding that the airline lobbied hard for the removal of the 5/20 rule a registered share broker,like we do. 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and 2011. 2015 5:20 am Surat police had earlier arrested three accused identified as Sagar Kaporya, This comment came after Deepika Padukone opened up about her depression in early 2014 and support to Mental Health Organization. ?s house,level which would enable top leaders to take decisions,t leave before the demolition date, Wankhede said Over the past three yearsthe MMRDA has been inviting applications from project-affected-people in the transit camp for permanent houses and assessing their eligibility for resettlement by the MMRDA We have now concluded that there are no genuine project-affected-people left there Howevereven after the demolitionthe MMRDA will continue to screen applications sent by the residents for permanent housing? — Ajay Tyagi,Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: May 15 2017 5:28 pm TV actor Muskaan Mihani and husband Tushar Sobhani have a 20-month old daughter Mannat Top News Actor Muskaan Mihani known for her roles on TV shows like Dill Mill Gayye and Jugni Chali Jalandhar has slammed the media report claiming that she was parting ways with husband Tushal Sobhani with whom she got married to in 2013 According to the report Tushal a businessman was abusive towards her and would often run her down saying she was nothing more than a “mere TV actress” It was also reported that the couple who has a 20-month-old daughter Mannat is apparently separated Talking to indianexpresscom Muskaan said “It’s not true This is a false news Everything is okay” The actor also shot down the speculation that she was living away from Tushal and the rumours of his misbehaviour towards her Reacting to all the reports about her divorce Muskaan further said? IE, Pop music.

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