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It will enter a sun-synchronous orbit at an altitude of 500 kilometers. They are being managed by CAS’s National Space Science Center (NSSC), if you have an effective system in place, On October 3, The three-tier meeting will begin at the joint secretary-level and then move on to secretary and home minister-level meetings. download Indian Express App ? 2017 1:54 pm The accident happened at Kirori Tehsil which is around 40 kms from Gondia. Further details are awaited. For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Updated: October 23 2017 9:14 am In Macau Gaganjeet Bhullar had an overall GIR percentage of 8333 Top News The last few years saw Gaganjeet Bhullar drop from a career-best world ranking of 85 in 2012 to no 856 in 2015 apart from suffering a career-threatening wrist injury in 2014 Bhullar’s entry into the top-100 in the world rankings in 2012 had come with a win at the Macao Open where he led after all four rounds On Sunday Bhullar once again led the field on all four days at the Macao Open for his eighth Asian Tour title matching an Indian record held by Arjun Atwal and Jyoti Randhawa Bhullar’s three-shot win over compatriot Ajeetesh Sandhu and Angelo Que of Philippines at the 6624-yard Macau Golf and Country Club also brought the 237-ranked golfer a prize money of $90000 and a rise into the top 150 of the world rankings when they will be updated on Monday “I was just having a chat with my caddie Tim that I had a feeling that a title is coming The first and second round scores surely made me feel that I had a bad round yesterday but to maintain the lead was the key I started with a bogey today but that did not impact my nerves I hit my second shots close and putted well The course was playing well but this was perhaps the first time that I played in windy conditions in Macau The tee shot at the 17th hole was an important one me and I landed the ball 15 feet from the pin It feels special to win at Macau again” shared Bhullar who had also won the Indonesia Open twice in his career With two wins – at the Shinhan Donghae Open and Indonesia Open – last year 29-year-old Bhullar had erased the disappointment of having no top-ten finishes on the Asian Tour in 2015 This year has seen him finishing twice in the top-ten but missing the title by two strokes at the Thailand Open where he finished tied second with Shiv Kapur earlier this year The last 18 months have also seen Bhullar shifting his base to Sacramento California where he has bought a new home and is training under coach Noah Montgomery apart from playing on different golf courses with his caddie for seven years Tim Cox In Macau Bhullar had an overall GIR (Green in regulation) percentage of 8333 and 7222 in the first and last rounds well above his average of 6931 this season Bhullar’s 23 birdies on the Hiroshi Ikeda-designed course also helped his cause “When I decided to shift to Sacramento California in 2015 I wanted to focus on my practice as the surfaces in USA are different and not crowded like in India Playing on different golf courses in California including the Dark Horse Golf Course helped me adjust my game The greens are designed with a lot of slopes and as a golfer one experiences different approach shots every day This summer too I spent seven weeks with my coach Noah Montgomery and we worked on the swing To be honest I saw it as going to school and practise and practise to find my form and it has worked for me” said Bhullar With the Tokyo Olympics still three years away Bhullar knows that more such wins will help his world ranking and also provide a chance to play more tournaments on the European Tour The wrist injury in 2014 meant that Bhullar’s rankings took a dip and the Kapurthala golfer missed the flight to Rio where golf was reintroduced at the Olympics With a win under his belt this year Bhullar also plans to play on the webcom tour qualifying school in USA With players like Ajeetesh Sandhu and Shubhankar Sharma doing well on the Asian Tour Bhullar knows his task is cut out for getting a chance to play in Tokyo “Well Ajeetesh was giving a tough fight throughout the four rounds We have played a lot of golf together on the junior tour and it is really good to see players like him winning I was following Anirban too who posted his best finish on the PGA Tour in the CJ Cup in South Korea today Whenever we meet we do talk about the PGA Tour I will be playing on the Asian Tour for the rest of this season and plan to play in the webcom tour Q-School next year apart from concentrating on Europe also Yes playing at the Olympics is at the back of my mind but I do understand that I need to win more such tournaments and break into the top-50” said Bhullar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Gandhinagar | Published: March 25 2017 3:03 pm Representational Image Top News To prevent private schools from charging exorbitant fees in absence of clear laws the Gujarat government Saturday announced to bring a Bill providing for constitution of a Fee Regulatory Committee “The Gujarat Self-Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Bill 2017″ will be tabled for discussion and voting in the last two days of the ongoing Budget session ending March 31” Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama told reporters here The Bill empowers the state government to constitute a Fee Regulatory Committee “for the purpose of determination of fee for admission to any standard or course of study in self financed schools” This committee will be headed by a Chairman who can be either a retired district and sessions judge or a retired IPS or All India Services officer Other members to be nominated by the government include a Chartered Accountant a civil engineer or an approved government valuer representative of private school management and one academician The committee will have jurisdiction over all the private schools right from pre-primary to higher secondary private schools affiliated to Gujarat Board or CBSE Each and every private school will be required to submit their fee structure before the panel and take approval The committee will also have the powers to initiate inquiry suo moto against any school which is found to be charging excess fees As per the Bill aggrieved persons can also register their complaints against a private school The Committee shall have powers “to regulate the fees charged by the school and take penal action as per the provisions of this Act” said the Bill Penal action include refund of twice the amount of fees to parents up to Rs 5 lakh fine for first offence Rs 5 to Rs 10 lakh fine for second offence and cancellation of registration or affiliation of the school for the third offence The Bill also provides for the constitution of a Fee Revision Committee to be chaired by a retired judge of the High Court School management can approach this committee to file a revision application if they are not happy with the order issued by Fee Regulatory Committee said the Bill However the orders passed by the Fee Revision Committee shall be final and binding on the schools said the Bill As per the “Statement of Objects and Reasons” of the Bill “there is no law prescribing the fixation of fees by the schools and more particularly self financed schools at present…in absence of that schools charge exorbitant fees” “Therefore in order to mitigate the plight of the parents seeking admission for their wards in self financed schools it is considered necessary to provide by law special provisions for fixation of fees for the self financed schools” it said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 24 2015 3:12 am Ahead of PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh in June Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar Saturday said discussions are going on about a motor vehicles agreement between India Nepal Bhutan and Bangladesh Related News Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh in June Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar Saturday said discussions are going on about a motor vehicles agreement between India Nepal Bhutan and Bangladesh as an initiative under sub-regional cooperation The agreement if it comes through will allow trucks to travel between these countries and make trade easier Jaishankar who was speaking at the 6th India-Bangladesh friendship dialogue said “Possibilities are immense under the regional and sub-regional cooperation The motor vehicles agreement is being negotiated for the BBIN (Bangladesh Bhutan India and Nepal)” A meeting of senior officials has already taken place in this regard he added Share This Article Related Article This assumes significance as Pakistan had last November blocked the agreement citing domestic processes Jaishankar when asked about the Teesta water-sharing deal said “Discussions are underway Normally when discussions are ongoing it is prudent not to comment” Bangladesh Minister of State Shahriar Alam expressed hope that the Teesta water-sharing issue will be resolved in a “win-win” manner Addressing the event Alam said that Modi has generated “new hope” in the region and Bangladesh wants to benefit from it The Teesta deal was set to be inked during former PM Manmohan Singh’s visit to Bangladesh in 2011 but was postponed at the last minute due to objections by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Teesta water is crucial for Bangladesh especially in the leanest period from December to March when water flow temporarily comes down to less than 1000 cusecs from 5000 cusecs every year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Aamir stayed at the stall for just ten minutes.s colleague-cum-sleuth M T Shekharan ( Menon).

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