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We have lodged the case in this connection and trying to identify the agent, a police officer said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: July 16 2017 3:43 pm In last year’s Wimbledon quarterfinals Roger Federer saved three match points before edging out Marin Cilic in five sets (Source: AP) Related News Marin Cilic is confident he can build on last year’s heartbreak and prevent Roger Federer from winning a record eighth Wimbledon men’s singles crown when the pair meet in Sunday’s title showdown on Centre Court In seven meetings against the tall Croatian Federer has lost just once a 2014 US Open semi-final defeat as Cilic went on to claim his maiden grand slam title In last year’s quarter-finals at the All England Club Federer saved three match points before edging out Cilic in five sets and the closeness of that match is comforting for the Croat “I was one point away from winning a match over here against him Definitely I believe in my own abilities to get through and to win it” the 28-year-old said “But I still know that it’s a big mountain to climb Roger is playing maybe some of the best tennis of his career at the moment having a great season So I know it’s going to be a huge challenge But I believe I’m ready” he added However the Swiss level with Britain’s William Renshaw and American Pete Sampras on a joint record seven Wimbledon titles enters the final as the clear favourite having not dropped a set in entire the tournament Should he triumph Federer who turns 36 next month will become the oldest winner of the Challenge Cup since tennis turned professional in 1968 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SWEETY KUMARI | Kolkata | Published: July 2 2017 12:56 am Doodle and Dudley Top News Debameeta Bhattacharya lost her pet cat eight years ago The pain of losing her she says still haunts her at times Nannu was born at Debameeta’s house in Kolkata For four years she would be the family’s youngest daughter — joining them for meals ignoring their calls at times staring outside from the window sill but most of all being the love of their lives Her death was unexpected “She passed away in her sleep We got to know only next day when she didn’t turn up for food It was an emotionally draining period for the entire family We didn’t lose an animal but a member of our family We buried her in our backyard” said Debameeta Sumantika Choudhury lost both her Pomerenian dogs Doodle and Dudley in quick succession “Doodle was 12 years old when he died in 2015 I think Dudley was grieving his companion’s death He passed away six months later I had got them both when they were puppies The only burial ground I knew was in Thakurpukur area some 20 kilometers from my home Both died at night and I had to wait till next morning to bury them” As far as pets are concerned Kolkata does not have a provision for a dignified burial Most owners would either be forced to abandon their pets bodies outside or bury them wherever convenient But that will soon change with the government planning a 25-acre pet burial ground to be managed by the New Town Kolkata Development Authority in Rajarhat’s Action-Area II “This project was started on June 30 and is likely to be completed by the year-end” said Debashis Sen Chairman and Managing Director Housing and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) The project will also include a veterinary facility and a pet crèche“This is an excellent initiative” said Rohit Kumar whose life revolves around his pet dog August “We treat our pets as our family member so in death too they deserve to be treated as one” he added The idea of a crèche has impressed Praveen Jha too “My wife and I go for short holidays frequently and try to take our dog Bravo with us whenever we can But at times we have to leave him at private crèches Money is not an issue as he is like our son but if a government facility comes up at par with private facilities it would be a great option for pet parents like us” he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAs heavy rains overwhelmed Mumbai on Tuesday fear of car drivers getting locked-in inside their vehicles prompted Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to advise people to abandon cars if possible when faced with such a rising water level His concern was reiterated by the Mumbai Police through its Twitter handle: If D water on D roads is heading up to the level of your tyres please abandon the car Being on your 2 feet may be uncomfortable but safer — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 29 2017 Representational image Image courtesy: Firstpost/Anirudh Regidi During the 2005 Mumbai deluge several instances of people locked-in inside their cars due to water pressure from outside were reported According to car experts despite significant technological improvements the electrical system and engine of modern cars remain susceptible to water damage The pressure of water around a submerged car may not allow car doors to open And if your car has electric windows (and not the traditional lever windows) ashort circuit may prevent the electric windows as well as the doors from opening and you may remain stuck inside the car wrote The Indian Express Keeping that in mind it may come handy to be aware of what to do and what not while using cars during a deluge The best advice is to avoid cars if the forecast says a heavy rainfall followed with flooding However if you must travel than follow these instructions: The closing line of Mamata Banerjee’s theme song for the ongoing assembly elections is: “Trinamool means I am fine you will be fine too” Zahiruddin Fakir 34 a syndicate boss supplying men and materials to big-ticket construction projects in and around Kolkata could well be the poster boy for this lilting lyric Fakir posing proudly for The Telegraph newspaper in his Nike singlet and fat gold chain and a TMC flag in the background is equally unabashed in the interview that accompanies this photograph The owner of two syndicates and the driving force behind nine others held by cousins nephews and other close relatives has no hesitation in admitting “you have to flex muscle” to browbeat companies to accept his terms and sub-standard materials And sees nothing wrong in what he is doing “I am like Robin Hood” says Fakir Robbing the rich by another means to provide a source of income to young men with nothing else to look forward to A Robin Hood who however is not shy of advertising his proximity to the police – “I know the length of their moustaches” he smiles – notwithstanding the charges of three murders multiple cases of assault extortion and forcible stoppage of work at construction sites lodged against him Life is fine for him indeed And will continue to be so in the days to come The rot that the all-pervading syndicate raj symbolises has spread deep and wide in West Bengal and will not be easily uprooted whatever the top bosses may say The system of forcing builders to buy their materials from local suppliers whatever the price and quality of the stuff has become so institutionalised that even the judiciary has not been able to avoid its fell hand “Ask your police to take strong measures against such syndicate raj” Justice Dipankar Dutta of the Kolkata High Court told the state government’s lawyer this February “The situation is so alarming that members of syndicates are not even sparing the courts Kolkata High Court has been facing similar problems while constructing court buildings at Salt Lake and Asansol The situation will go beyond control if the state administration does not immediately intervene” he added Nothing much has changed since Ironically it had all begun innocently enough when the Rajarhat New Town was conceived and the eastern part of Kolkata began to be developed The ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) formed 47 “land-losers’ cooperatives” to allot work to the farmers who lost their land to these projects However it was not long before the cooperatives disappeared ‘syndicates’ controlled by gangsters took over and spread their tentacles across the entire city and now across the whole state Mamata Banerjee File image PTI As long as the CPM with its more rigid control over the party machinery was around there was some check on the syndicates they could not become the law unto themselves that they are today The ‘syndicate raj’ is very much a creation of the TMC made worse with the constant internecine warfare of Trinamool leaders spilling over into the syndicate business or maybe it’s vice versa whatever Take the Cossipore-Belgachhia seat in north Kolkata which the Trinamool owns It witnessed a one-sided battle in the 2015 civic polls with allegations of booth jamming and violence against TMC leaders who have powerful syndicates prospering from the construction boom along both sides of the BT road at their beck and call But the area is also plagued by constant warfare between the supply syndicates there blessed by opposing TMC leaders the sitting TMC MLA and the TMC councillor and has even cast a shadow over the party’s prospects in the elections to be held here on 25 April It has even led to the arrest of one syndicate member despite the support of his dada Apparently the order for the arrest came from the CM herself It could be true The chief minister is certainly aware of the malignancy and kicked off her election campaign with a warning to those who “do syndicates” The party doesn’t want them within its fold she declared an empty fulmination as she must well have known It doesn’t matter whether the syndicate bosses are themselves card-holding members of the TMC as long as the party bosses are with them That they are very much with them has been laid bare by the Times Now sting on Sabyasachi Dutta Trinamool’s candidate from the Rajarhat New Town constituency who is also the mayor of the six-month old Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation formed by the merger of Bidhannagar aka Salt Lake and Rajarhat-Gopalpur municipalities thereby expanding the operations of the syndicates in those areas manifold Dutta had won the Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation polls last October amid complaints of booth capturing by his syndicate army To give the devil his due Dutta has not denied having said what he did that the syndicates bear the bulk of his electoral expenses and provide the manpower needed The thousands who accompanied him to the election office when he filed his nomination papers a few days ago were his syndicate admirers who had provided the 200 plus buses too he revealed They do all this for him not out of love as he frankly concedes but because “they know that they have to pay for one day to be able to do business peacefully for the next four and a half years” Dutta later explained “I am not saying I have encouraged any syndicate but have only patronised youths who earn their livelihood by dealing in building materials” As do many of his fellow members in the TMC In fact it is a moot question who needs the other more the syndicates or their political masters The syndicates certainly won’t bat an eyelid throwing the TMC party banners into the nearest landfill and changing colours if the political situation so demands Mamata Banerjee knows this reality all too well and would have been content with pious homilies against the goons running these rackets if the flyover collapsed The syndicate raj with its catastrophic consequences may well be an election issue as part of the general atmosphere of lawlessness that has flourished under her guidance But will she be able to do much more even if she wants to and gets another chance to do something about it Unlikely Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: January 5 2017 7:28 pm Force 2 actor John Abraham is disturbed and shocked Top News Bollywood is collectively enraged at the sordid mass molestation episode that occurred in Bengaluru on New Year’s Eve An angry John Abraham today made it clear it’s time to ‘exterminate the animals’ who perpetrate such criminal activities Talking to indianexpresscom John said “It’s disturbing and shocking Sometimes you are a loss for words You wonder if everything is being thrown out of the door I am just appalled I am shaken I don’t want to say I am broken because in situations like these you need to fight back I sometimes feel the sheer moral fabric of the country is breaking down and that’s the last thing you want to see in a country that is already sensitively divided in the name of religion race caste and gender We are a democracy and it’s a miracle that it’s being held together and I hope the emerging India and the educated India overpowers what is happening I wish and pray and hope we all can fight this together because these are animals and we need to exterminate them” More from the world of Entertainment: Earlier in the day Hrithik Roshan expressed his deep regret at the Bengaluru molestation incident and said “It is sad We all bear a responsibility and we all must do something about that I feel very strongly as a father as a member of the society that if something like this is happening in an environment so close to me then I definitely must be impacted must be affected and I must do something about it” Various other Bollywood celebs have reacted strongly against the mass molestation Akshay Kunar posted a video on his social media account expressing rage and disgust at the sorry episode Aamir Khan too recently called for stringent laws to strike fear in the minds of criminals “The Bengaluru incident is saddening We are hurt and ashamed that such a thing happened in our nation We and every state government has to take the right steps and this should be a continuous process There is no single solution to this problem In America when such an incident happens within two or three months the culprit gets punished and the case is closed When this will happen here change will happen In today’s times those who molest women think that nothing will happen to them When examples are set before them that of culprits getting punished and being thrown behind bars that is when the situation wil change and criminals will feel scared It is important to do that Through my films and other things I strive to increase sensitivity among women on such issues” Also read:Hrithik Roshan on Bengaluru molestation: It’s sad and we all bearresponsibility B-town also expressed rage at Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi’s statements where he partly pinned the blame on the dressing sense of women The politician came under a lot of flak from all quarters For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: March 27 2017 8:45 am These tanks help villagers when the wells either dry up or the water level drops (Source: Express photo) Top News Like several other remote villages in the hilly part of Khed taluka Handewadi and Ghotwandi too are situated quite far from the dams For such areas an additional source of water is a big relief during summers especially for women who have to walk several kilometres to fetch water in the scorching sun So city-based Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha (JBGVS) decided to dug out three water tanks in rocks in both the villages Each of these tanks are 12-metre wide 12-metre long and five-metre deep They have a capacity of 072 TCM (Thousand Cubic Metres) out of which only 20 per cent water is lost due to evaporation While two were dug out in March last year which still hold 50 per cent of the water accumulated during the rains one was completed over a month ago These tanks come to the aid of villagers between late February and late May after the wells either dry up or the water level drops The tank dug in Handewadi in which the per capita availability is about 1200 litres for a population of 600 will provide water for drinking and household use “As the summer approaches most areas of the Deccan brace for severe water scarcity Taking inspiration from the water tanks seen on several hill forts since the era of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj we decided to dug three such tanks in Khed taluka and plan to dig some more in 2017-2018” said Col Vinod Deshmukh (Retd) director JBGVS Given that it is the volcanic basalt rock with little porosity dominating the Deccan plateau where soft rocks are found only in a few places the JBGVS had to study the type of rock and discuss with the villagers before deciding the tank location To ensure that the water in the tanks is not contaminated villagers have taken a collective decision of not washing clothes utensils or cattle near them For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top Newsincluding state president Laxmikant Bajpai, and Galaxy S8+ will be priced at ? 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