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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Muzaffarnagar | Published: February 26,2010,” Bhaskaran was quoted as saying in a media release issued in Mumbai. Was it all water under the bridge?” said former driver Damon Hill for Sky F1 “You’d expect Lewis to be able to say it’s done and he’s satisfied Sebastian has apologised I understand him not wanting to be forced into a handshake in public like that I think he wants to do it in his own way in his own time” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News New Delhi: At least 23 people were killed in separate incidents of lightning strike and wall collapse triggered by squall in Bihar on Sunday even as hot weather conditions continued in many parts of the country and heat-related toll in Odisha climbed to 12 18persons were killed after lightning struck them across eight districts while five persons were killed in separate incidents of wall collapse during a storm that blew at a speed of 50-70 km per hour in different panchayat areas of the West Champaran district of the state Representational image Reuters Of the 18 people killed in incidents of lightning strike in eight districts five persons were killed in East Champaran four in Jamui one in West Champaran two each in Munger Bhagalpur and Madhepura and one each in Vaishali and Samastipur districts the state’s Disaster Management Department Additional Secretary Anirudh Kumar said Meanwhile sunstroke toll climbed to 12 in Odisha even as rains triggered by the depression over the Bay of Bengal and a northwester in some areas brought respite from scorching heat Two more deaths were reported in Sambalpur and Bargarh district since yesterday With this four heat-related deaths have been reported from Sambalpur while three deaths each took place in Angul and Bargarh districts and one each in Balangir and Bhadrak the office of the Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) said The mercury breached the 40-degree mark in only four places in the state Angul was the hottest place recording a maximum of 421 degrees Celsius while Hirakud registered a high of 408 degrees Celsius Heatwave continued unbated in Haryana and Punjab with Hisar being the hottest place in the two states recording a maximum of 432 degrees Celsius In Punjab Amritsar recorded a high of 393 degrees Celsius while in Ludhiana and Patiala the maximum temperatures were 385 degrees Celsius and 376 degrees Celsius respectively Rajasthan too reeled under hot weather conditions with the mercury settling above the 43-degree mark in most parts of the state However maximum temperatures saw a dip by one to two degrees in comparison to yesterday Churu was the hottest place in the state with a maximum of 47 degrees Celsius followed by 456 degrees Celsius in Pilani and 446 degrees Celsius in Sriganganagar The mercury in Bikaner and Kota settled at 445 degrees Celsius and 444 degrees Celsius respectively Heatwave conditions also prevailed at a few places in Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha region In parts of the national capital the mercury was below the 40-degree mark with some areas in the city witnessing rainfall The Safdarjung observatory registered a high of 363 degrees Celsius while areas under Palam Lodhi Road Ridge and Ayanagar observatories recorded maximum temperatures of 397 degrees Celsius 35 degrees Celsius 358 degrees Celsius and 379 degrees Celsius respectively Rainfall recorded in the city during the last 24 hours till 8:30 am was 119 mm In Himachal Pradesh hailstorm and rain lashed Shimla and its surrounding areas affecting normal life Una was hottest place in the state with a maximum temperature of 392 degrees Celsius followed by Nahan at 355 degrees Celsius Sundernagar at 337 degrees Celsius Bhuntar 336 degrees Celsius and Dharamsala 324 degrees Celsius Rainfall also occurred in parts of Kerala Lakshadweep Karnataka Tamil Nadu coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Written by Amir Attaran | Published: June 21 2013 12:48 am Related News The Ranbaxy case highlights larger lapses in the drug regulation system Indias largest drugmakerRanbaxyrecently pleaded guilty in an American court to several criminal offences related to the fraudulent manufacture and sale of adulterated drugs Ranbaxy admitted that its medicines for epilepsyacne and various infectious diseases were never properly testedthat they contained undisclosed impurities and that to cover-upit made fictitious statements to US authorities For thisRanbaxy agreed to pay a $500 million settlementthe largest ever for a generic pharmaceutical company But the story of Ranbaxy isnt over with a single settlement in the US Company executives wrote that more than 200 products in more than 40 countries are affected by elements of data that were fabricated to support business needs. The target, the department has listed out the lowest grade schools (grade C and D) rated under Gunotsav which would be assigned to the senior most ministers and officials, Big B also expressed how “exciting” it would be for him to go back to school and learn new things. Beed and Sangli. (Source: Express archive ) Related News The Millennium City,000 passengers.

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healthcare and public health,had a strong US administration connection.“Someone called me from my father’s cellphone and? Libya, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Whether it is the BJP or any other party dreaming of dividing Maharashtra,” Williams said in an on-court interview. Greater Noida, culminating in their en masse eviction? "Secretary Clinton supported virtually every one of the disastrous trade agreements written by corporate America.

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