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    New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh government has spent a whopping 900 per cent above the budget allocated for building school toilets under Sarva Siksha Abhiyan with nearly 60 per cent of the total Rs 32.25 crore going just to one district. Under the central government scheme, Rs 24,000 per unit were allocated for constructing 1,538 toilets during the five year period of 2007-08 to 2011-12 which comes to about Rs 3.69 crore while an RTI response reveals that state government spent Rs 32.25 crore for the work...

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    The dispute between SCCI and Jusco over pavement fencing along Bistupur Main Road seems far from being resolved. In a letter to Dhalbhum SDO Prem Ranjan on Wednesday, Jusco informed that it could not increase free passage through the fence along the busy...

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    Tigmanshu Dhulia's last film, Bullett Raja, failed to impress the critics or work at the box office, but the filmmaker is adamant about trying new things in new settings, which is why he wants to uproot the film industry from Mumbai. Excerpts from an interview: READ: UP gangsters, unlike Mumbai's, don't kill just for money: Tigmanshu Dhulia On why filmmakers are choosing to shoot out of Mumbai There are lots of filmmakers who are not from Mumbai, outsiders who have started making films. They have started...

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    New singers are giving their more famous predecessors such as Sharda Sinha and Anuradha Paudwal a run for their money this Chhath. While there is still a considerable demand for folk classics such as Ho Dinanath and Kelwa ke path par ugalan suraj, there is a perceptible change in the tastes of music lovers. Revellers are now demanding Chhath-special albums of new artistes like Khesari Lal, Rakesh...

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    Bhagwaan ki dua se mujhe bahut se awards mile hain, lekin jab bhi National Award milta hai, tabhi mere pitaji ka call aata hai. Last time too, he called me when I got a National Award. Baaki awards ke liye woh kehte hain ki haan suna tha kuch mila hai tumhe. My father feels very proud...

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    Your morning and evening walks will soon be safer with the East Singhbhum district police chalking out a contingency plan to provide foolproof security for fitness freaks in public places. Prompted by the gun attack on 36-year-old morning walker Nazneen Parvez, who was shot dead at Kadma on October 4 by two chain snatchers when she resisted them, the police along with Jusco...

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    Students of all government and government-aided elementary and middle schools in the district will light candles and take a pledge, in a symbolic gesture to affirm their commitment to dispel the darkness of ignorance and spread the light of knowledge, when the schools reopen on Monday. Under the joint initiative by the Sarva Siksha...

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    Jamshedpur, Oct. 25: Jamshedpur Utility and Services Company (Jusco) is gearing up to ensure safe and environment-friendly Chhath celebrations in the areas serviced by it. The utility major will provide a host of facilities at nine-odd ghats — Subernarekha in Mango, Bhuinyadih in Sitaramdera, Kapali,...

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    In Jamshedpur, rules are meant to be broken. That’s the writing on the wall, er streets. Despite designated parking zones, Bistupur Main Road remains a mess with commuters and cars jostling for space, thanks to rampant violation of traffic rules. Last month, the traffic department, along with Tata Steel subsidiary Jusco, painted no parking signage with special light-reflective paint at night on a particular 350m stretch of the artery. But four-wheelers and...

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    A civic official, who had siphoned off Rs2.15 lakh meant for students,is now facing the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s heat. Deputy education officer Sukhada Lad, who retired last year, had fudged records under the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan and transferred the money to her account. Although the BMC...

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    Fearing that their homes would be bulldozed for road widening after Jusco marked their walls, residents of densely populated Shastrinagar in Jamshedpur’s Kadma laid siege to the Tata Steel subsidiary’s corporate office in Northern Town, Bistupur, for two hours on Monday. They relented only after mandarins of the civic utilities firm promised to take them into confidence before launching any demolition drive. Over the...

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    One of the two barricades put up to block intersections on Bistupur Main Road in Jamshedpur was removed on Sunday, bringing relief to commuters and shopkeepers of the commercial hub. The barricade near Ram Mandir was removed after a delegation from Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce (SCCI) met senior superintendent of police Amol V. Homkar on Friday and requested him to clear...

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    Students of government and government-aided schools in the district have welcomed the new academic year with a gesture. Right after the morning assembly and prayer, students and teachers carrying candles, lit educational lamps in classrooms, as a symbolic gesture to affirm...

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    The sprawling Dimna Lake — an erstwhile picnickers’ paradise 13km from the heart of Jamshedpur — has earned the dubious distinction of a car wash. Guardian of the artificial reservoir, Tata Steel subsidiary Jusco, had deployed five security personnel last year to monitor the watery landmark following complaints of pollution. But, with the guards often MIA, the banks of the 92sqkm lake has become a free washing yard for vehicles — from two-wheelers to commercial carriers. Vehicles not only get a bath in...

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    Members of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and a section of disgruntled shopkeepers met Jusco managing director on Monday afternoon to register their protest against the fencing of pavement along Bistupur Main Road. Ashish Mathur assured them of reviewing whether it would be...

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    Dialogues form the heart and soul of any film. In the 100 years of Indian cinema, there have been many iconic dialogues, especially from Bollywood that have remained with audiences even today. Whether its films like Sholay, Agneepath, Mughal E Azam, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Maine Pyaar Kiya or Dabangg, it's the dialogues that have shaped the emotional content of the film and heightened them in a way. Rewinding into the past and moving into the present, here are a few such dialogues that have become popular over the years and have become a way of though and speech with Indian fans. When Mughal E Azam hit theatres, the film created history for the performances, dialogues, costumes, music...

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    Imran Khan says his upcoming film " Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara" has very catchy one-liners which the writer had even highlighted for the actors in the script. "There are brilliant...

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    Jamshedpur, May 31: The East Singhbhum district administration today constituted a three-member committee to look into allegations of violation of the Right to Education Act (RTE) by private schools. The step was taken after the district planning committee, during a meeting at the collectorate yesterday, took strong exception to detention of students up to Class...

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    Chandan Kumar Singh (14), a Class X student at Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Smarak High School in Govindpur, finds it impossible to do chemistry practicals. Chandan can’t balance test tubes in one hand and a handkerchief to his nose in another nKajal Kumari (15), also a tenth grader, uses the dupatta of her school uniform to block her nose during class but finds she concentrates too much on the foul smell outside at the cost of her studies Chandan and Kajal are not alone. Hundreds of students at Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Smarak High School,...

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    Hindu College had a two-day celebration on the occasion of Women's Day. While disappointments like Rakhi Birla cancelling at the last minute or students shying away from self-defence workshops conducted by the Delhi Police marred the excitement a bit, what did manage to interest students, apart from a performance of Ramkali by Arvind Gaur's theatre group Asmita, was an interactive session on the issue of honour killings. Sunil Juglun, the khap sarpanch from Bibipur village, Haryana, was invited to speak on the issue. Juglun, who seemed to have a bone to pick with the media and their representation of the...

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