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We will continue our strike till our demands are met.including transporters. Jawaddi is a low-income area in Ludhiana. For all the latest Ludhiana News, are reflected in their art and decor choices.which had earlier this week held a press conference to announce that the ILS would be fully functional by Wednesday.

This is an increase of nearly 17, That was the time we decided to physically verify all the applications in the future. It’s a baby girl!” Ayushmann said “I learnt humility from my mother Chivalry from my wife Will become compassionate because of my daughter” Ayushmann who has flown down to Chandigarh said in a statement ‘Vicky Donor’ actor Ayushmann Khurrana and his wife Tahira welcomed a baby girl on Monday (April 21) Tahira gave birth to the child in their hometown Chandigarh on Monday morning The actor who was last seen in Yash raj Films’ ‘Bewakoofiaan’ opposite Sonam Kapoor already has an elder son Virajveer born in 2012 ‘Vicky Donor’ actor Ayushmann Khurrana who has done films like ‘Nautanki Saala’ and has released various albums married his long time girlfriend Tahira Kashyap in 2011 Ayushmann will be next seen in ‘Bambai Fairytale’ and John Abraham’s ‘Hamara Bajaj’ and ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’ (With PTI inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Faridkot | Published: September 13 2014 12:55 pm Police round up protesters during a bandh in Faridkot on Friday (source: Express photo) Related News Faridkot city virtually shut down while the outskirts of Jaiton Sadik and Kotakpura observed partial shutdown today to protest against unsolved cases of more than three dozen missing persons More than 3000 policemen were deployed in the district to maintain law and order The police had conducted a flag march last evening to urge people not to observe bandh but the appeals were unheeded All shops were shut today and few schools and colleges were open Police rounded up around 50 people of an action committee who were marching towards Dana Mandi to stage a rally Neetu Kapur sister of one Manoj Kapur who is one of the missing persons alleged that she was injured when the police stopped them from marching ahead Geetika Sharma whose son Harshit Sharma is missing since October 2013 said that the police were not doing anything to solve the cases and not even allowing them to protest Neetu Kapur later led the protesters who sat on dharna in front of Kotwali in Faridkot city area The detained people who were sent to Sadik jail had not been released till the time of filing this reportSSP Faridkot S S Kahlon was not available for comments For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: December 31 2014 2:18 pm Army green and navy blue were the predominant colours in MS Dhoni’s wicket-keeping gloves Related News Leg slip A symbol of his famous obstinacy A man would lurk perennially at leg slip in overseas Tests whether or not the attack or the match-situation required it It led to furious head-scratching among commentators but Dhoni didn’t care a hoot Military gloves Dhoni’s wicketkeeping gloves had a military touch towards them Army green and navy blue were the predominant colours with the camouflage texture conspicuously visible Perhaps it was an ode to his love for army After all he is an honorary lieutenant colonel in the Parachute Regiment Stump-mike chatter With wicket-keeper captains being such a rarity we are going to miss the quiet mutterings of an exasperated captain “Jaag ja jadeja” or “Ek line pakad ke daal” (to Umesh Yadav) “five wickets chahiye toh thoda mehnat karna padega Ojha” The quiet insight into the world of captaincy will be missed Quick-silver stumpings It can still be done in ODIs of course but the magic of stumpings on spinbowls in India with batsman barely tumbling outside the crease trying to defend were something else The hands never moved back an inch – there was no cushioning in the take a trait almost unseen in cricket before The hands just moved forward- collect and swoop down on the bails 8-1 field A symbol of his need for control In Indian conditions where he could trust his bowlers to exert some level of control he will push it to extremes At times even with a 8-1 field playing with the mind of the batsmen It seemed as if he really relished setting such fields and reveled in inherent control that he so sorely missed when playing abroad Searching all-rounder It’s been a constant lament of Dhoni that he hasn’t found a suitable candidate in Tests At times when he would survey the field as a captain it seemed he was searching for one And tired of the unsucessful wait he once threw his gloves off and bowled medium pace at Lord’s Dhoni the bowler The sight of him yanking off his gloves and bowling at Lord’s test match even before lunch angered the likes of Kapil Dev then but eh it was quite a neat sight The chutzpah was amusing Where can you see another wicketkeeper remove his pads and gloves and roll his arm over when the match was in competitive stage Deep point A sign of his defensive captaincy overseas He would drop a deep point so early in the piece that it baffled the critics Once against an injured Kallis who had just reverse swept Harbhajan in Cape Town he placed a deep point immediately and that Test went downhill from that moment “The era of playing aggressive cricket and to have the mid-on up is gone You don’t want to give easy runs in a bunch If they take four singles it’s ok” he has said Iffy push Along with a sense of meandering seen in his captaincy in overseas Tests that defensive push that led inevitably to a slip catch was also a constant feature A lunge forward bat way ahead of the body and the edge … all seemed a matter of time until he successfully managed a turn-around in the last series in England And RP Singh Dhoni’s go-to man was chillin’ on a Miami beach when he got a SOS call from the skipper to turn up at the Oval RP’s ample frame ambled onto the field and the first new ball reached keeper Dhoni on first bounce Indian fans will (hopefully) be spared such a deeply scarring sight in the future For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: November 1 2014 12:00 am MP Ravneet Bittu MLA Bharat Bhushan Ashu and other Congress workers at the railway underpass near Lodhi Club in Ludhiana on Friday Related News Even after more than three months of completion of Lodhi Club underpass it is not being thrown open to general public Local MP Ravneet Singh Bittu visited the site on Friday and gave a 72-hour ultimatum to the state government to open this underpass to general public or they would do it themselves Bittu stated that it was sad that general public was suffering while the local officials were waiting for dates of the chief minister or deputy CM to inaugurate the underpass The project was completed at a cost of Rs 37 crore but it missed multiple deadlines It took more than three years for completion of this project It was a project of the railway department and public works department (PWD) Earlier the then PWD Minister Sharanjeet Singh Dhillon had alleged that the project was delayed because of vested interests of former union minister Manish Tewari However Bittu denied these allegations and said that now it was up to the state government to inaugurate it “This is the height of apathy by the district administration that a facility which stands completed is not being offered to public just to take credit or gain some cheap political publicity” said Bittu “But why should public continue to suffer and be a mute spectator to bureaucratic whims” On the suggestion of MLA Bharat Bhushan Ashu it was decided that if the underpass is not inaugurated in the next three days by the local government the group of Congressmen led by Bittu and Ashu would throw open the underpass to public The Congressmen said with the inauguration of the underpass the vehicular traffic on Pakhowal road and Ferozepur road would ease and the people living in these areas would heave a sigh of relief from traffic woes For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News O boy! 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