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On Thursday afternoon,the university had to suffer huge financial loss due to premature withdrawal of the fixed deposit amounting to Rs 100 crore from the GU’s branch of the State Bank of India (SBI) and then depositing them in other banks.The tax payers or their representatives will have to bring the details of their applications to the commissioner of income tax concerned, an I-T official said Though the drive will end on July 15those whose applications are still pending can approach the chief commissioner of Income Tax An official said information on taxes due has already been uploaded on the CPC website Cases of refund will be taken up on the basis of this data He added that though they will consult manual records at various officesthe tax refund process will be faster as majority of the cases in the city are filed online For the last three years there has been a consistent increase in both the corporate and income tax refunds in Pune regionofficials said While the I-T and corporate tax (CT) refund was Rs 958 and Rs 412 crore respectively in 2009-10there was a sizeable jump in both The I-T and CT refunds were Rs 1250 crore and Rs 887 crore respectively in 2010-11 and Rs 1643 crore and 1004 crore respectively in 2011-2012 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 11 2014 11:42 pm The eminent audience at the book launch included politicians industrialists economists and cultural entrepreneurs Related News Rising population has meant more migration from the villages to the cities This has put pressure on resources but there is still hope That was the prevailing mood at the book launch of economist Isher Judge Ahluwalia’s Transforming Cities: Postcards of Change held at the Taj Mahal hotel on Monday evening as part of the Express Book Series which started in 2006 Launching the book Union Finance Minster P Chidambaram said “We must find a way that good work done by individuals cannot be undone Some of our cities are ungovernable but that doesn’t mean they can’t be governed We must realise the magnitude of the problem first” (L-R) Farooq Abdullah with actor Sharmila Tagore and Shobhana Bhartia Chairperson and Editorial Director Hindustan Times Group Suggestions about scaling up successful projects in cities and replicating them were also suggested “How can we replicate adapt and scale up projects I have learnt that the biggest pool starts with a few drops and in my journey I have looked at cities in a bipartisan way” said Ahluwalia The 280-page book (Harper Collins Rs 590) has columns by her written for the Express which includes case studies from across the country on improved infrastructure Najeeb Jung Lieutenant Governor of Delhi with Salman Khurshid External Affairs Minister Among the guests for the evening were actor Sharmila Tagore; industrialists such as Sunil Kant Munjal Joint Managing Director Hero MotoCorp; and Rajiv Luthra Founder and Managing Partner Luthra and Luthra Law Offices; politicians such as Salman Khurshid External Affairs Minister; Union Minister Farooq Abdullah; and Congress MP Naveen Jindal; and economists C Rangarajan Chairman Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council; and NK Singh former finance secretary among others Fashion designer Ritu Kumar with Bim Bissell of Fabindia The launch was also followed by a panel discussion on the subject “State of our Cities”comprising Sanjaya Baru of the International Institute for Strategic Studies; Scindia; Arun Jaitley leader of Opposition Rajya Sabha; and Sunil Jain Managing Editor Financial Express The discussion moderated by Barkha Dutt Group Editor NDTV explored the future of Indian cities For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: A Pennsylvania physician who was behaving suspiciously and had made threatening remarks was arrested on Wednesday at the Trump International Hotel in Washington after police found an assault-style rifle and handgun in his car authorities said Bryan Moles of Edinboro Pennsylvania was taken into custody at the downtown hotel where he was staying as a guest police said At a news conference Metropolitan Police Department Chief Peter Newsham said his department as well as the Secret Service received a tip from the Pennsylvania State Police at about 1230 am The tipster reported that Moles was traveling to the Trump Hotel in Washington armed with weapons and ammunition Moles 43 checked into the hotel about 30 minutes later Newsham said Authorities worked with hotel security to locate Moles’ car and later Moles himself inside the hotel Security fences are seen outside the Trump International Hotel in Washington Reuters "I was very concerned about this circumstance" Newsham said "and I believe the officers and our federal partners and in particular the tipster averted a potential disaster here in our nation’s capital" The Secret Service said in a statement that special agents from its Washington Field Office as well as local police officers began investigating potential threats made against people the agency protects but at no time were they at risk The statement didn’t identify the people The Secret Service protects presidents and vice presidents and their families as well as visiting foreign dignitaries facilities and major events A police report said authorities saw a firearm in Moles’ vehicle and found another inside the glove compartment Police seized a Glock 23 pistol a Bushmaster assault-style rifle and 90 rounds of ammunition Newsham declined to comment on what may have motivated Moles The police chief said Moles is being interviewed and is giving authorities information He is being charged with carrying a pistol without a license and having unregistered ammunition Newsham added that the department does not presently have enough evidence to charge Moles with making threats although a department spokesman earlier indicated that was part of the tip to Pennsylvania authorities Pennsylvania records show Moles renewed his license to practice medicine in October 2016 It wasn’t immediately clear where he works Moles worked at Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie Pennsylvania until late 2013 according to Dan Laurent a spokesman for Allegheny Health Network Moles served in the US Navy from 1992 to 2006 He was a hospital corpsman and was in the reserves in Erie for the last nine years of his service He received several honors including a Navy Reserve Meritorious Service Medal and a Pistol Marksmanship Ribbon Hotel spokeswoman Patricia Tang said in a statement that "authorities arrested a guest who was behaving suspiciously" but referred further questions to authorities FBI spokeswoman Minique Crump said the agency initially responded but referred further questions to the local police who are taking the lead on the investigation Edinboro is about 100 miles north of Pittsburgh Written by Express News Service | Published: August 30 2012 12:42 am Related News Amid confusion over the proposed cloud seeding experimentcorporators across party lines on Wednesday demanded a final decision from the civic administration on the matter The civic body said the final decision will be taken only after reviewing the lake levels and the condition of monsoon At the Standing Committee meeting on WednesdayBJP corporator and group leader Dilip Patel said? but cannot agree upon the scope, trade and non-trade barriers,which made fake debit and credit cards to siphon off money from accounts of customers.were getting details of bank accounts from a group in Nigeria. 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Lashing out at the Chief Minister for growing unemployment in the state, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: November 6, It’s a first of its kind in Ranji Trophy where a match has been cancelled in its entirety due to prevailing pollution level in the national capital.” Rohit told reporters here at the wrap up shoot of “Dishoom”. When we were making Lage Raho Munnabhai, 2010 9:13 am Top News Two new studies have suggested that lifestyle interventions such as physical activity and structured weight loss programs can lead to significant weight loss in obese people. It is also clear that physical activity should be incorporated early in any dietary restriction approach to induce weight loss and to reduce fatty liver and abdominal fat, said the authors Additional studies are clearly needed to determine long-term efficacy and cost-effectiveness of such approaches” they added The studies appeared in the journal JAMA For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVadodara: Rajya Sabha MP Sharad Yadav said on Monday that leaders of the opposition parties would be meeting in the next two days to discuss a strategy to prevent the tampering of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in the forthcoming Gujarat elections File image of Rajya Sabha MP Sharad Yadav PTI Talking to the newsmen in Vadodara late Monday evening Yadav said that it follows the outcome of civic polls held in Uttar Pradesh where the ruling BJP bagged 14 of the 16 mayoral seats as well as a sizeable chunk of the Nagar Palika and Panchayat posts To support his claim Yadav circulated a statement giving details of the BJP’s performance in the 16 municipal corporations where EVMs were used and the Nagar Parishad and Panchayat seats where ballot papers were used "There has been huge noise around the wave of Modi and Yogi being the cause of the BJP’s victory in Uttar Pradesh civic polls Fact is that wherever voting was done through EVMs BJP has won and wherever ballot papers were used the BJP has lost" said Yadav He criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for comparing the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as Congress president to the rule of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb Yadav said that Gandhi did not run after power "He could have become PM in 2004 and 2009 if he wanted to I was witness to it" Yadav said He slammed the prime minister for not being able to provide jobs to seven crore youths as he had promised "Three and a half years have passed and only seven lakh jobs have been created The PM has not provided 150 percent more than the Minimum Support Prices (MSP) to farmers nor has he provided a home to a single tribal in the tribal-dominated areas of Gujarat" said Yadav He also alleged that tribals were being subjected to police atrocities and cases being registered against them on the eve of the assembly polls Meanwhile Congress leaders from Gujarat met Chief Election Commissiner (CEC) AK Joti in Ahmedabad two days ago and urged him to deploy adequate security personnel in the sensitive constituencies in the state The Congress has also demanded that jammers should be installed at strong-rooms where EVMs will be stored after the polling New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to convene a meeting of directors general or inspectors general of prisons of all states and union territories to discuss the feasibility of establishing open jails across the country Semi-open prison or open prison allows convicts to work outside the premises of the jail and earn a livelihood and return in the evening The concept was brought in to assimilate the convicts with the society and reduce their psychological pressure as they face lack of confidence in leading normal lives outside Representational image AP The apex court asked the MHA to send a communication to all the states and UTs for their response on whether they were willing to set up open jails and how they would manage them A bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said the concerned authorities of states and UTs would give their response to the MHA within four weeks after which a meeting be held in the first week of February to discuss the issue During the hearing an advocate assisting the court as an amicus curiae in the matter said there were 63 open prisons in the country as of now housing around 6000 inmates The bench also observed that the concept of open prison could reduce the problem of overcrowding in the jails "We would like the MHA to study this" it said Attorney General KK Venugopal told the court that it was primarily for the states to look into this aspect and the Centre could lay down a guideline for it When the bench was informed about the open jail system in Rajasthan Venugopal said it could be helpful for other states also At the outset the Attorney General told the court about the meeting by the MHA with the inspector generals of prisons and said several issues were discussed with an objective to improve the situation in jails "So far as MHA is concerned it has carried out what the Supreme Court wanted it to do Now it is for the states to implement it" Venugopal said During the hearing the bench asked the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) to put on its website the standard operating procedure aimed at making the functioning of undertrial review committees (UTRCs) more efficient to elicit public comments to improve it A UTRC set up in every district deliberates and recommends the release of undertrial prisoners and convicts who have undergone their sentences or are entitled to be released from jail due to bail or remission granted to them The bench would hear on 21 February the matter relating to inhuman conditions prevailing in 1382 prisons across the country It had earlier expressed shock at the large number of people languishing in jails in "complete violation" of their rights despite recommendations for their release by the legal services authority and termed the situation as unacceptable On 15 September the court had also passed an order on the issue of custodial deaths and said this was a crime and such incidents indicated the "apparent disdain" of the State to the life and liberty of prisoners It had also passed a slew of directions over unnatural deaths and on prison reforms across India Bengaluru:Heavy showers have continued to wreak havoc in Bengaluru over the last few weeks as the city recorded its highest rainfall in at least 115 years Just days after four people lost their lives in rain-related accidents five more died on Friday in various incidents across the city increasing this season’s death toll in rain-related incidents to 16 Heavy rains have resulted in severe waterlogging and traffic jams on the roads In some areas like Laggere rainwater washed away furniture food grains and fuel leaving people living there in dire straits N Gayatri a resident of Laggere said "The rainwater has flooded my house and destroyed the furniture Food grains like ragi rice and peanuts have washed away (But) we get no attention as we live off the main road" Representational image PTI "The incessant rains have destroyed five houses My compound broke down My furniture and television set also got washed away" said S Periaswamy another resident of Laggere Laggere is a low lying area of Bengaluru which is prone to flooding each year But never before has there been a flood of this magnitude said residents of Laggere "I lost my friend because of the rains" said Darshana a young boy who lives in a hut by a heavily flowing drain The residents said that at leasttwo had died in the area because of the incessant downpour Jaimala another resident of Laggere was reduced to tears "I have lost utensils television and my refrigerator My daughter’s exams are coming up and she has lost all her books in the rain" Rainfall has also affected many parts of Kengeri which does not have a proper drainage system Prathibha S aresident of Mariyappa Palya in Kengeri said "Five to six accidents have happened (in Kengeri) so far Due to flooding potholes get filled and disappear under water which causes accidents" Flooding and traffic jams have become a common occurrence in Nayandahalli as well The width of the roads has shortened considerably due to the ongoing Metro construction which has compounded the problem further The roads are also pothole-ridden Basavraju a resident of Nayandahalli said "It started raining at 6:30 pm and the water overflowed from Vrishabhavathi River and came onto the roads Two autos and one car were seen floating while a BMTC bus stopped at the centre of the road The water was as high as the windows The policemen could do nothing about it as the water level was too high" Traffic jams on the flooded streets have made daily commuting a nightmare for the people in the city "It took me an hour to drive the stretch that normally takes me fifteen minutes Due to the rain theroads were jammed" says Nimmi Mathew a resident of Sarjapura "The time taken to commute to office has considerably increased in the past week forcing people to work overtime to compensate for the time lost in travelling" she added Raghuveer a resident of JP Nagar said that he couldn’t travel to the bank as cabs or autos refused to take him "They all were worried about the potholes in the road I was ready to pay more but nobody wanted to go" Judhister a resident of Global Village Tech Park said "The water flooded into the car parking area of Global Village and many cars were seen floating My friends and I helped a few people push their cars" He also said that the rain had wrecked the cafeteria of Global Village Tech Park The unprecedented waterlogging has forced a few companies to ask their employees to work from home "Due to water logging in front of Ecospace at Bellandur we were allowed to work from home" says Reshma DR an IT professional Many expressed their concern over having to drive through roads that hide dangerous potholes under the floodwaters Sumi M a resident of BTM Layout expressed her fear of the unpredictable rains "I am afraid to step out of my house every day anticipating the heavy rain The death traps hiding in the shape of huge potholes could be anywhere" she said Aswin MV a digital marketing agent complained of the perpetually flooded stretch of road in Konappana Agrahara Electronic City "There is no proper drainage due to which waterlogging is a major problem. every time it rains the drain overflows and a large portion of the road is under dirty water There are potholes hidden under them too I fear for my life as I ride over them" He explained that the watercan only evaporate by itself as there is no other way to drain it Renukumar assistant executive engineer at Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board stated that he had never seen rains of such intensity in the west region of Bengaluru in the last few years "Usually there are some areas prone to floods and we mark them but these rains have actually left all of us puzzled and worried this year" he added Asked about the water logging problem chief engineer at Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) MR Venkatesh said that the BBMP has kept aside Rs 800 crore for the fixing up the city in the wake of the heavy rainfall "We have stormwater drains and they work well With all the heavy rain waterlogging of this proportion should be anticipated The BBMP is doing all that it can to combat the problem of flooding; we have already started fixing up the potholes and clearing the flood water" he said Professor Shivakumar Babu of the Geotechnical department of the Indian Institute of Science spoke of the need of a resilient and scientific system to combat flooding in the city "The key point is to understand the natural drainage of the land People should know where the water comes from" He said that there should be a proper alert systemand a systematic approach to constructing buildings so as to not disturb the natural flow of water Vishwanath Srikantaiah an environmentalist and advisor at Biome Environmental Solutionstalks about sustainable methods to combat the problem of flooding in the city In a Facebook post he highlighted the possible reasons behind waterlogging: Encroachment building on ill-defined waterways drains and lakes dumping of waste into stormwater drains and comprehensive planning are a few of the problems said Vishwanath "When each micro-watershed is understood separately and jointly with the river basin flood prevention will be better and systematically done It takes an unprecedented monsoon to wake a city up but it helps only if we learn the right learns and act on it" The authors are journalism students at Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media? 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