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They would then break in to the house using house-breaking implements such as rods and commit the theft following which they would leave for Delhi to dispose of the looted property for fear of being caught, added Singh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Ripped on social media for the shredded state of Switzerland’s red shirts Puma has apologized for a faulty batch of jerseys One of the main talking points of the Swiss team’s 0-0 draw with France on Sunday was how easily and often the shirts tore when tugged by opponents Even Switzerland’s players saw the funny side of their shirt-ripping issues Four Switzerland players had to replace their shredded jerseys in their last Euro 2016 match Image courtesy – Twitter "I hope Puma doesn’t make condoms" Switzerland forward Xherdan Shaqiri whose No 23 shirts stayed intact quipped to broadcasters The sports apparel company which kits out Usain Bolt and the Jamaica track team said sorry on Monday to one of its top football clients "This was a very unfortunate incident and Puma apologizes to the Swiss federation and their players" the Germany-based company said in a statement "The defective material was used in only a limited number of Swiss home jerseys" Midfielder Granit Xhaka and Admir Mehmedi were both left wearing shirts in ribbons during the match in Lille Some wondered if there was method in Puma’s thinking — that the match referee would surely award Switzerland penalty kicks or free kicks because the French players’ illegal shirt-pulling was so obvious Not so Puma said "There was one batch of material where yarns had been damaged during the production process leading to a weakening in the final garment" the company said "This can happen if the combination of heat pressure and time is not properly controlled in the manufacturing process" The shirts were made in Turkey and are a mix of elastane and polyester fibers which have been used since 2014 including at the last World Cup Puma makes kits for five European Championship teams including Italy The Italians however have not yet had any problems "All federations have confirmed that they never had any such issues and are very happy with quality functionality and design of their jerseys" Puma said Its main rival Adidas also had an equipment issue during Sunday’s match in Lille The "Beau Jeu" ball designed especially for Euro 2016 burst open when two players converged on it in a second-half challenge New Delhi: Tightening its noose around the embattled BCCI the Supreme Court on Fridaychoked funds to the state associations till its top boss Anurag Thakur and the units "undertake to implement" the Lodha committee recommendations on reforms The apex court in a slew of directions sought appointment of an "independent auditor" to "scrutinise and audit" the income and expenditure of the cash-rich body besides going into high-value contracts awarded to various entities awarded by it BCCI president Anurag Thakur AFP file image "BCCI shall forthwith cease and desist from making any disbursement of funds for any purpose whatsoever to any state association until and unless the state association concerned adopts a resolution undertaking to implement recommendations of the Committee as accepted by this Court in its judgement dated 18 July 2016 "After such a resolution is passed and before any disbursement of funds takes place to the state association concerned a copy of the resolution shall be filed before the Committee and before this Court together with an affidavit of the President of the state association undertaking to abide by the reforms contained in the report of the Committee as modified by this Court" a bench comprising Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said The bench said that any transfer of funds "shall take place to the state associations" only after they accept terms and comply with them The bench directed Thakur and BCCI Secratary Ajay Shirke to file separate "affidavits of compliance" before the court on or before 3 December 2016 in terms of the earlier order Vesting the right to appoint "independent auditor" on the Lodha panel the court said the auditor would "scrutinise and audit the income received and expenditure incurred by the BCCI" and "shall also oversee the tendering process that will hereinafter be undertaken by BCCI as well as the award of contracts above a threshold value to be fixed by the Committee" The prior approval of the Lodha panel would be required for any award of any contract it said adding "the award of contracts by BCCI above the threshold fixed by the Committee shall be subject to approval of the Committee" The bench in its 21-page order said that the Lodha panel would be at liberty to obtain advice of auditors on the "fairness of the tendering process which has been adopted by BCCI and in regard to all relevant facts and circumstances "The Committee will determine whether a proposed contract above the threshold value should or should not be approved" it said adding "the Committee will be at liberty to formulate the terms of engagement and reference to the auditors having regard to the above directions" The bench further clarified that the cricket body would "defray the costs charges and expenses of the auditors" The court gave two weeks time to the BCCI President and the Secretary to file affidavits indicating compliance made by the cricket body of those recommendations of the panel which have been complied with They will have to indicate about the "manner of compliance and the steps adopted for securing compliance with the remaining recommendations" "They (Thakur and Shirke) shall appear before the Committee to explain the manner of compliance The President and Secretary BCCI shall also keep the Committee apprised about the steps taken pursuant to the statement recorded by them" Senior advocate Kapil Sibal appearing for BCCI said that in respect of some of the recommendations where state associations have not agreed to implement BCCI will make a genuine endeavour to persuade the state associations to ensure compliance "Though BCCI is in default and breach of the directions of this Court in order to enable it to have an additional opportunity to establish its bona fides and to secure compliance with the judgement of this Court dated 18 July 2016 we grant time until 3 December 2016 for the purpose" the bench said Besides complying with directions set out and appearing before the Lodha panel BCCI shall report compliance before this court on 5 December the bench ordered Dealing with the controversy as to whether appointment of a CAG nominee in the apex committee of BCCI would amount to governmental interference the court said the Secretary of the Lodha panel "shall forward a copy of this order to Shashank Manohar Chairman ICC to facilitate observations contained in .this order" "Prima facie an effort has been made by the President of BCCI to create a record in order to question the legitimacy of the recommendation of the Committee for the appointment of a CAG nominee after the recommendation was accepted by this Court on 18 July 2016" it said However the court for the time being deferred "consideration of the action to be taken with reference to his conduct" "(Ratnakar) Shetty (GM Cricket Administration) in his response to status report claims that the CEO of ICC had ‘falsely’ stated in his interview that the President of BCCI had requested ICC to issue a letter stating that intervention of this court amounted to governmental interference "The version of Shetty is at variance to what is alleged to have been stated by the CEO of ICC It may also become necessary for this court to assess the veracity of the version of Shetty and that of Richardson Shashank Manohar the then President of BCCI is presently the Chairman of ICC "A copy of this order shall be forwarded to him by the Secretary to the Committee in order to enable him to consider filing a response setting out his version to set the record straight and assist this court Manohar is at liberty to obtain a report from Richardson before filing his response" it said The bench also asked BCCI to cooperate with the Lodha panel and with the auditors by granting full access to records accounts and other information as required to facilitate implementation of directions and fixed the matter for further hearing on 5 December The apex court on 17 October had reserved its order on implementation of the Lodha Committee recommendations for massive structural reforms in the cash-rich sports body Earlier the court had asked Thakur and Shetty to explain the allegation that ICC CEO Dave Richardson was asked by BCCI to issue a letter that Lodha panel’s directions tantamount to government interference The apex court had on 7 October directed Thakur to explain by filing a "personal affidavit" the allegation "whether he had asked the CEO of the ICC to state that the appointment of Justice Lodha Committee was tantamount to government interference in the working of the BCCI" It had ordered that no further amounts should be disbursed to state associations by BCCI except where the State Association concerned passes a resolution saying it is agreeable to undertake and support the reforms as proposed and accepted by this Court in letter and spirit The apex court had said the 13 State Associations to whom the payment has already been disbursed shall not appropriate the amount except after they have passed a resolution to abide by reforms suggested Kolkata: It was another historic occasion at the gigantic Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan in Salt lake as the ‘King of football’ Pele sat through the Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters FC’s ISL matchin Kolkata on Tuesday The crowd too turned up in large numbers as the official count stood at 61237 and the three-time World Cup winner was seen enjoying the competition He also exchanged pleasantries with Nita Ambani Founder & Chairperson Football Sports Development Limited the promoters of the ISL as the duo were also seen clicking ‘selfies’ sitting in the hospitality box Pele with Nita Ambani and Sourav Ganguly at the ISL match Sportzpics "I think it’s a big honour and privilege for all of us that Mr Pele is right here with us? the Malayalam action adventure was also receiving a rocking response in Chennai, PHOTOS| After Pulimurugan’s success,” a MMOPL spokesperson said. he says, The former New Zealand all-rounder was in the megapolis to promote South Islands, Further, If these schools are used in two shifts.

and the biggest sympathiser of workers, into the 21st century. according to reports.The class II student was found dead with his throat slit inside the toilet of Ryan International School at Bhondsi in Gurugram on 8 August #BREAKING — Interim bail granted to Pintos till December 5th #RyanInternationalSchool pictwittercom/NEqgfPEYkc — News18 (@CNNnews18) October 7 2017 His father’s lawyer said that the interim bailhas been grantedwith conditions The Pintos cannot leave the country and have to join theinvestigation when needed the lawyer said?acting chief medical officer of PMC, she will be seen performing stunts, yes,ashamed For Raju the most distressing factor was linking Aamir’s statements to his Muslim identity Said Raju “His statements were then linked to him being a Muslim Such a thought never crossed my mind I have celebrated every Diwali at Aamir’s place The way these talks are spreading through social media some divide is visible We should pick positive things in life and talk about it” Also read:To all people shouting obscenities at me… you’re only proving my point says AamirKhan Aamir is in the eye of storm over his remarks on growing intolerance in country and that his wife Kiran Rao had suggested that they should probably leave the country After his remarks kicked up a huge row the actor released a statement that neither I nor Kiran has any intention of leaving the country Aamir had said he was “alarmed” by a number of incidences and his wife Kiran Rao even suggested that they should probably leave the country drawing sharp reactions from the BJP and sections in the film industry Watch Video: Aamir Khan On Intolerance & Delinking Terrorism From Religion(app users click here) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Published: June 6 2013 2:32 am Related News In spite of grants being made available by the government for the Dalits in Pune districtsnot much development has taken place on the ground level Reason: The funds remain unutilised As discovered by the office of the state auditor general during the recent audit of the Pune district collectoratespecial grantsto the tune of over Rs 4 croremeant for providing basic amenities like drinking waterelectricityroadsdrainage and public toilets in the dalit habitats in areas under municipal council and corporation in Pune district are lying unused at the district collectorates office The grants-in-aid were sanctioned under Nagri Dalit Vasti Sudharna Yojna for 2010-11with a total of Rs 475 crore being received from the state government This amount was to be distributed among the municipal councils and municipal corporations More than Rs 19 lakhsmeant for development of the minority communitieswere also unutilised The schemes in question were started by the government in 1995-96 and the funds were placed at the disposal of the district collector The collector was to disburse this amountwhich was aimed for providing basic amenities like drinking watersupply of electricityroadsstreet lightsdrainage systemspublic toiletsaanganwadi and balwadis in the areamuch like the objectives of the minorities area improvement scheme started by the government in 2008-09 Terming the non-utilisation of grants as highly irregularthe audit slammed the collectorate for it Grants can be withdrawn for immediate disbursement and such retention of grants is highly irregular By not distributing the grantsthe very purpose of the fundshas been defeated? this was the worst way to do it. We have to absolutely go out and win this game. Now, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 15.

For all the latest Entertainment News, "I know how much Santi loves to play football and loves to be out there every day and I feel very sorry for what happened to him, But they rallied to beat a strong French side 32-28 and got past South Korea 22-18 to finish fifth. Ward officials said while some roads proposed in the original draft plan were cutting through buildings, We have thus suggested that the road be realigned, the debt has gone up to a whopping Rs 1. For all the latest Chandigarh News, when she did not come back after riding her cycle. including the Congress are expected at the rally. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Prajakta Hebbar | Published: July 23.

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