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Of the three main phases of Philae’s scientific mission, and the amount of hard work he put in was unbelievable.Temple Thereafter she went to Langar (community kitchen) of the Golden Temple where she cooked food, Trinidad and Tobago’s Michelle-Lee Ahye took third in 11. a theatre arts and research residency located on the outskirts of Pondicherry. it cannot subject to the country’s morality.children belonging to weaker sections, the order said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 28 2016 1:03 am Top News The petitioner — who has opposed the razing of the Hancock Bridge on account of the rising casualties among people crossing the railway tracks in the absence of the bridge on Wednesday — told the Bombay High Court that the railways should not be permitted to demolish the Carnac Bridge across the tracks south of Masjid Bunder Referring to information sought and received under the Right to Information Act the petitioner’s lawyer said they had been told that the Central Railway did not have inspection report that declared both these bridges unsafe The structural audit record may be available with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation the petitioner was told The Carnac Bridge was built in 1866-67 “Light vehicles are still plying on the Carnac bridge it should not be demolished The railways has no basis for demolishing it” said the petitioner’s lawyer The HC has been hearing a PIL filed by a city resident highlighting the rise in instances of deaths of pedestrians and rail passengers forced to walk across the railway tracks at Sandhurst Road in the absence of an alternate bridge During the last hearing the High Court had asked the BMC and the railways to write to the Army seeking their expertise in constructing a temporary bridge at the now-demolished Hancock Bridge site The court was informed that the agencies were still awaiting a reply from the Army and has granted them two weeks to file a reply listing out the solution to constructing the temporary bridge For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 6 2017 3:53 pm Top News Urban planners and heritage activists have welcomed the government’s move to pedestrianise middle and inner circular roads of Connaught Place while suggesting boosting of parking infrastructure and deployment of rickshaws and e-buses for ferrying commuters Watch What Else Is Making News “The move to make Connaught Place friendly for pedestrians is a good initiative but needs to be executed with proper planning From the heritage perspective it’s a wonderful news as people would now be able to admire the architectural grandeur of this iconic building complex “But care must be taken by the government to provide alternative modes of transport like e-rickshaws or compact electric buses so that the decision doesn’t become an inconvenience for commuters” noted conservation architect and town planner AGK Menon told reporters Menon former convener of INTACH Delhi Chapter said the plan would be successful only if various urban agencies including DDA traffic department and traders associations work in consonance Well-known heritage activist Sohail Hashmi says “it’s a fantastic initiative” that will help bring back the “glory of CP” and inculcate walking habit among people “People in Delhi now hardly want to walk This move would not only bring back that habit but also make them admire history like never before The Inner Circle is most of the time choked by increasing number of vehicles either moving or parked “When CP was built the city had a very thin population and there were hardly any cars Now there is a vehicular explosion and so this is a wonderful initiative to not just decongest the busy market zone but people over time would eventually also begin to develop greater respect for architectural heritage” he said Connaught Place or ‘CP’ as it is popularly known as was built from 1920s-1930s as a premier shopping and recreation destination in the heart of Delhi and despite lot of change effected in and around it still enjoys a pride of place in the city Named after the Duke of Connaught Prince Arthur who visited India in 1921 the building was designed by Robert Tor Russell who also built the Parliament House A handsomely colonnaded structure its design is said to be inspired from the Royal Crescent in Bath England “People are getting worried about shopping but we never think of the burden on environment E-rickshaws or even pedal rickshaws in limited numbers should be allowed for ease of commuters and I say old-styled phaetons or horse-buggies should be allowed to ply People would then know the real joy of visiting CP” Hashmi said Menon while hailing the move from heritage perspective cautions that traffic volume on Outer Circle would be increased and therefore “alternative ways for diverting the traffic must be planned” INTACH Delhi Chapter Convener Swapna Liddle says the move is good as long as there are means to counterbalance its fallouts “If the government provides easy means of transport from parking lots and metro stations then it’s a fine proposal Also since CP is essentially a shopping district traders may feel pinched but overall lot of planning is still needed to successfully execute the plan” she said A lot of refurbishment of CP was carried out during the Commonwealth Games in 2010 the Central Park was created from the dug-out earth of its metro (Rajiv Chowk station) Hashmi feels that the move should coincide with installation of uniform period street furniture in the CP areas Also Read | No vehicles inside Connaught Place for three months starting February “Victorian-era style wrought-iron lamp posts benches and dustbins should be put up to merge with the grand architecture of the building Excess concrete structures added over last few decades outside the colonnade should be knocked out and a norm should be made to have uniform signboards and frontage as in Europe or the US” he said Menon adds that pedestrianisation has been implemented successfully in Paris Amsterdam and parts of London and Delhi if it can plan it well can surely pull it off “But it should not turn like the case of the BRT ambitious dreams but failed implementation” he said Connaught Place Inner Circle and Middle Circle is also home to several old famous eateries and restaurants and old film theatres — Plaza Odeon — are located on radial roads while Regal and Rivoli are on the Outer Circle A state-of-the-art automated multi-level car parking capital’s first was inaugurated on Baba Kharak Singh Marg in 2012 which has a capacity to accommodate 1408 cars According to estimates about 3170 cars can be accommodated at parking lots at Shivaji Stadium Baba Kharak Singh Marg and Palika Bazaar But on an average only 1080 vehicles are being parked “Parking should be made free to encourage people to use the facilities And not just CP Khan Market Ajmal Khan Road near Karol Bagh market and entire 15 km stretch from Red Fort junction to Fatehpuri Masjid on Chandni Chowk Road should be pedestrianised but let’s wait for the results of this pilot project” Hashmi who conducts regular heritage walks in the city added The Union Urban Development Ministry yesterday decided on the pedestrianisation project on a pilot basis which would be implemented for three months from February this year for ground level testing of issues related to changes in traffic circulation experience of pedestrians and shop owners management of reclaimed parking lots traffic load on Outer Circle etc For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDoha:Qatar’s 2022 World Cup preparations have been inconvenienced but not delayed by the political and economic boycott by its neighbours the country’s most senior tournament organiser insisted Sunday Hassan Al-Thawadi Secretary General the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy said alternative suppliers outside those countries involved in the ongoing dispute have been found for tournament-related construction projects Representational image Getty "The impact has been minimal" Thawadi told Doha-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera English in an interview to be aired later on Sunday "In terms of stadium progress or stadium construction and infrastructure requirements for the World Cup progress is being made as well" He added that the crisis has "caused an inconvenience" Asked outright if projects had been delayed Thawadi responded: "Projects are on schedule No delays have occurred" Qatar has been isolated since 5 June when Saudi Arabia Bahrain the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut ties with the World Cup host —accusing it of backing extremism and fostering ties with Iran —triggering the biggest political crisis in the Gulf for several years Doha denies the claims Qatar initially gave priority to Gulf suppliers for the vast construction projects —the country is spending $500m a week on World Cup projects —accompanying the controversial tournament Since the conflict began some have questioned whether the gas-rich emirate can subsequently meet deadlines to build or renovate the eight stadiums currently earmarked for 2022 But Doha has said it swiftly replaced Saudi and UAE companies with Chinese and Malaysian contractors among others since 5 June Since winning the 2022 bid seven years ago Qatar has been dogged by controversy over allegations of corruption to secure the tournament and the abuse of workers building stadiums claims which it denies Also on Sunday the Supreme Committee published plans for the design of its sixth tournament stadium Al-Thumama and the first to use a Qatari architect Ibrahim Jaidah The 40000-seater Doha stadium will be based on a traditional gahfiya head-dress worn throughout the region and matches will be played there up to the quarter-final stage in 2022 "We’ve always been very careful to combine the past with the future in our designs" said Thawadi "The gahfiya is a continuation of that theme" Construction work will be carried by a Qatari and Turkish company Turkey is one of Qatar’s strongest allies Qatar is preparing eight stadiums for 2022 though this may eventually increase to nine A final decision is expected by governing body FIFA this year Originally up to 12 venues were to be used for the tournament Former India captain Sourav Ganguly today backed BCCI’s stance of not resuming bilateral cricketing ties with Pakistan until the cross-border terrorism stops PCB had requested its Indian counterpart to host a bi-lateral series in December this year as per an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two boards comprising five series in eight years till 2023 File picture of Sourav Ganguly Reuters BCCI had promised to take up the matter with the government of India but the recent Gurdaspur terror attacks have prompted Board secretary Anurag Thakur to declare that cricket will take a backseat for a while and Ganguly could not agree more "I think BCCI is correct in saying that terror will have to completely go before play could happen Because as human beings we also want terror to completely go" Ganguly told mediapersons during an Apollo Munich Health Insurance event for a ‘Dengue Care’ plan here "So this has always been the case with an India-Pakistan series As much as we understand that it is entertaining and it is an high-profile series we cannot take away the sufferings which the people go through at the border especially after what happened in Gurdaspur yesterday he added "This has been going on for while When we went to Pakistan in 2004 I was fortunate enough to be the captain of the side and we won the Test and the ODI series for the first time in Pakistan That series happened after 15 years" the former captain fondly recollected Ganguly 43 is also hopeful that recently exonerated from the MCOCA charge by a Delhi court former India medium-pacer Sreesanth will also get relief from BCCI which has till now refused to revoke his life ban "I think he has been cleared by the Delhi court and the BCCI has said that the disciplinary action on him continues And I believe he has been relieved by the Delhi court of criminal charges I think the BCCI gives an opportunity to every player to come back and play and I think a dialogue would happen between BCCI and Sreesanth "If the board feels that the clearance from the Delhi court is fine I am sure it will make way for the him to come back and play cricket" Ganguly expressed hope "The Kerala Cricket Association I believe has supported Sreesanth and requested the BCCI to help him and get back on the path And that’s how it should be I think in a few months time when the BCCI is convinced that everything is fine and clear they will let him play he added Being part of the BCCI cricket advisory committee alongside Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman Ganguly is happy with the recent developments in Indian cricket and said that Ravi Shastri is doing a good job as Team Director "At the present moment he (Shastri) has been asked to continue as Team Director by the board till at least the Sri Lanka tour "Even Anurag Thakur has said in an interview that after the Lanka tour we will sit and find out if we need a coach Because we have enough people (support staff) in the team Ravi is the director of the team and I don’t see any difference between a Director and a coach" Ganguly’s answer was indicative of what his take was regarding this issue "So that’s the way board has thought about it With Sanjay (Bangar) and Bharat Arun and the fielding coach we don’t need any more than this at the present moment I think they were very wise in giving Ravi a full go after he joined the team in England last year so it’s been just one year and why not give him a full go" he added Not willing to comment on the IPL mess Ganguly still believes that the cash-rich league will carry on with eight teams and even more in the future "Firstly the working group doesn’t decide the punishment on teams that’s done by the BCCI working committee What’s the role of this working group is to find out a way to get this IPL going "The Secretary the president and Mr Rajeev Shukla the chairman of the IPL Governing Council know that eight-team IPL is absolutely neccessary because of the number of games the broadcasters and the number of agreements signed We haven’t yet had a meeting with the members of the working group so we are yet to discuss on it" he said "You have to play eight IPL teams that’s a commitment made to the franchises and the broadcaster And from there on when those two teams comeback we can play with ten teams That has happened in the past when Sahara and Kochi franchise played I don’t see this as too much of an issue" he added One of the most successful Indian captain’s Ganguly also played with a straight bat to the team’s response of Virat Kohli as Test captain and Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the ODI leader "From this two-captain’s theory India have never had that and obviously it has happened due to the retirement of MS (Dhoni) from Test matches But other teams in the world have had it like Australia England South Africa Sri Lanka If you win it works if you don’t win it doesn’t work" he said PTI India should resist the temptation to say we will do what China does, UN negotiations in Lima are intended to lay the base for a new 2015 agreement.

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