The Raman Raghav 2

” The Raman Raghav 2. one of which would be a small-town love story set in Uttar Pradesh.deaths, We will do a fusion of Indian classical singing with contemporary melody and lots of rap, explains Balhara who is also working on his debut CD that will make the most of this fusion Its untitled for now but the tracks are old Bollywood numbers presented in an all-new format Its not a remix but fusion of various genres? Having grown up as a tall and lanky child, ‘PC’s on the job workout’. said Verma. 2016 3:53 am Delta airlines is yet to resume normal operations. Top News Delta Air Lines faces a “time-consuming process” to restore normal operations and get stranded passengers to their destinations after a power outage caused more than 1600 flight cancellations over two days a top executive said on Tuesday The events underscore how it can take days for airlines to reboot operations after a brief outage or storm “When Delta doesn’t fly aircraft not only do customers not get to their destination but flight crews don’t get to where they are scheduled to be” Delta’s chief operating officer Gil West said on Tuesday in an online posting Rebuilding disrupted pilot and crew schedules while remaining in compliance with federal safety rules takes time he said There was also continued slowness in the system Delta uses to check in customers board passengers and dispatch planes West said He did not say when Delta the No 2 US airline by passenger traffic expected to return to normal operations following the power outage in Atlanta where Delta is headquartered Delta has yet to detail the financial impact of the disruption Analyst Jim Corridore of S&P Global Market Intelligence estimated that passenger refunds overtime hours for workers and other costs will likely reduce Delta’s operating income by $10 million to $20 million for the third quarter In the 2015 third quarter Delta had net income of $13 billion and operating income of $22 billion The cancellations this week upended the travel plans of tens of thousands of flyers Delta could not re-book passengers onto one of its top rivals and the world’s largest carrier American Airlines Group Inc because the two companies ended a ticketing and baggage agreement last year Delta said on its website that as of 5:15 pm EDT (2115 GMT) Tuesday it had canceled about 680 flights while about 2400 had departed That’s on top of about 1000 flights it canceled on Monday stranding passengers at airports around the globe The company said it would extend through Tuesday a waiver of fees normally charged when travelers change flights and would provide $200 in travel vouchers to heavily inconvenienced customers Delta’s problems arose after a switchgear which helps control and switch power flows like a circuit breaker in a home malfunctioned for reasons that were not immediately clear according to Georgia Power a Southern Co unit that provides electricity to most counties in Georgia Watch Video: What’s making news West added in the posting that after a surge and a loss of power some critical systems did not switch over to backup supplies as intended In the past year rivals American and Southwest Airlines Co have also suffered flight disruptions due to data system malfunctions Corridore of S&P Global Market Intelligence said Delta’s corporate customers were unlikely to stop flying the airline given the problems other carriers have faced and given that Delta has canceled far fewer flights than rivals generally But explanations were needed “We would appreciate first of all a breakdown of what they’re spending on IT because that’s not really clear to us We know what planes they’re buying” for example Corridore said Shares of Delta were down less than 1 percent at the close of trading For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | United Nations | Published: July 7 2016 7:54 pm The search for a successor to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has sparked a push by more than a quarter of the 193 UN states for the organization’s first female leader Top News Costa Rica nominated former United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres on Thursday to be the next UN Secretary-General making her the 12th candidate to enter the race ahead of the first Security Council secret ballot later this month “The United Nations and the world needs a Secretary-General who is a bridge builder who can listen and consult who can help resolve disputes build agreements and anticipate problems Christiana Figueres has proven to be that person” said Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis Figueres recently stepped down from her role as executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change after six years She is credited by some diplomats for helping lead more than 190 countries to a global climate deal The search for a successor to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon – a former South Korean foreign minister who steps down at the end of 2016 after two five-year terms – has sparked a push by more than a quarter of the 193 UN states for the organization’s first female leader Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The other female candidates are: UN cultural organization UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova of Bulgaria; former Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic; Moldova’s former Foreign Minister Natalia Gherman; former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark who heads the UN Development Programme; and Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra who was Ban’s chief of staff until late last year Also in the race are former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim; Montenegro Foreign Minister Igor Luksic; former Slovenian President Danilo Turk; former UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres who is also a former Portuguese prime minister; former Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic; and Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak The 15-member Security Council will hold its first informal secret ballot on July 21 and hopes to agree on a candidate by September or October to formally recommend to the General Assembly for election Ultimately the council’s veto powers – the United States Britain France Russia and China – have to agree on a candidate There is no requirement for the five to pay attention to the popularity of candidates with the General Assembly Since the power to authorize military force or sanctions lies with the Security Council the UN chief has little more than a bully pulpit Many diplomats say the veto powers prefer a “secretary” rather than a “general” Under an informal tradition of rotating the top post between regions it is Eastern Europe’s turn and eight of the current nominees are from there Russia backs the rotation but has signaled it would not veto a candidate just because that person was not from Eastern Europe At least two-thirds of the candidates are set to take part in two debates in the UN General Assembly on July 12 which will be broadcast live on al Jazeera For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 25 2010 2:08 am Related News Delhi boy Sandeep Sejwal stole the limelight as he grabbed two gold medals and set an individual meet record in 200m breast stroke on the opening day of the 64th Senior National Swimming Championships that began in Jaipur on Tuesday Sandeep grabbed his first gold of the day after his Railways team won the 4x100m medley relay with a new national record timing of 4:0055 seconds Sejwalthen bettered the Delhi Commonwealth Games qualifying mark of 2:1909 in 200m breaststroke He improved his own record of 2:1885 set in 2006 by clocking 2:1792 on Tuesday As per reports reaching hereHaryanas Puneet Rana and Aditya Roshan of Karnatakafinished second and third respectively But the shock result of the day was Karnataka swimmer Rohit Havaldar piping favourite and team mate Rehan Poncha for the 200m back stroke gold Poncha clocked 2:0994 while Havaldar timed 2:0922 to clinch the gold The bronze medal went to Praveen Tokas who timed 2:0892 sec In the last event of the dayVeerdhawal Khade of Maharashtra showed his prowess by clinching gold in men’s butterfly in 2503sec Tarun Tokas of Railways (2639) and Arjun Murlidharan of Maharashtra (2639) won silver and bronze respectively Other Results: Women’s 200m Breast Stroke: M Raghvi (TN) 2:4832; Poorva Shetye (Mah) 2:5058; Priyanka Priyadarshini (Delhi) 2:5139 Women’s 200m Back Stroke: Ananya Panigrahi (Mah) 2:2829; Fariha Zaman (Karna) 2:3375; Charu Mishra (Police) 2:3412 Women’s 50m Butterfly: Jyotsna Pansare (Mah) 0:2935; Talasha Prabhu (Goa) 0:2959; Shubha C (Karna) 02979 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: August 19 2011 1:39 am Related News In a move to step up the administrative reforms the commissioner of Jalandhar divisionAnurag Vermahas proposed to Punjab government to do away with the compulsory registration of mortgage deeds for loans taken by farmers In a letter written to the state governmentVerma saidthe move will cut down the work load at tehsils by around 25 to 30 per cent and would also reduce the harassment that farmers have to face at the tehsils Verma proposed that the entry in Jamabandi (record of rights) is sufficient enough to safeguard the interests of the banks and the compulsory registration before the tehsildar can be dispensed with The commissionerin his lettersaid that as per the present systemif a farmer wants to take a loan for agriculture or allied activitieshe has to get the mortgage deed registered with the tehsildar Thereafterhe has to get an entry made in the Jamabandi Then only the loan is disbursed Verma argued that lakhs of such mortgage deeds are registered every yearbut government is not earning any revenue from them For instance around 66 lakh documents were registered in the tehsils of Punjab in 2009-10 Out of these 16 lakh documents were related to mortgage without possession for agriculture and allied activities?watch Anaarkali is a powerful extension of the ideas voiced in Pink and to some extent.

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