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a joint statement by Palaniswamy and Panneerselvam will be released at AIADMK headquarters in Chennai at noon. #BREAKING OPS to visit AIADMK Headquarters today at noon EPS faction to reach HQ around 11:30 AM; Joint statement by EPS-OPS expected today pictwittercom/hB3Gr8B7OE — News18 (@CNNnews18) August 21 2017 As the talks on merger of the two factions have gone on Tamil Nadu governor C Vidyasagar Rao has also left for Chennai Amid #AIADMKMerger talks Guv of Maha & TN C Vidyasagar Rao leaving for Chennai cancelled all appointments for day in Mumbai says his PRO pictwittercom/4YbKJDPzII — ANI (@ANI) August 21 2017 Governor CV Rao is expected to be in Chennai for the swearing in Prior to the merger announcement the Palaniswamy faction was expected to pass a resolution against AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala As per AIADMK party bylaws the general secretary cannot be removed by a resolution passed by a committee or group of office bearers According to insiders in order to overcome this hurdle and also to carry out the party affairs a steering or advisory committee would be formed with representation from the two merging factions The decisions of the advisory committee has to be ratified at the general council meeting said an AIADMK leader According to party insiders one of the moves that is being contemplated is to abolish the post of general secretary on the pretext that late chief minister J Jayalalithaa will be the party’s permanent general secretary This would be done by amending the party byelaws But the main question is can the by-law be amended to take away the only power that a primary member enjoys As per AIADMK constitution the party general secretary is elected directly by the primary members The party has around 15 crore members "It is a legal question that has to be deliberated in detail" C Ponnaian former finance minister and part of Panneerselvam faction told IANS on Sunday One of the basic condition laid down by the Panneerselvam camp for merger is that AIADMK should dismiss Sasikala and her family members from the party The Palaniswamy faction had declared the appointment of TTV Dinakaran Sasikala’s nephew as deputy general secretary as "improper unacceptable and invalid" This was challenged by Dinakaran Meanwhile following the merger of two factions the Panneerselvam-Palaniswamy faction may get back the party’s popular "two leaves" symbol which has been frozen by the Election Commission "As regards party affairs Panneerselvam will be the number one and Palaniswamy number two In the government Panneerselvam in most probability will be the Deputy Chief Minister" the leader told IANS on the condition of anonymity "There will be couple of ministerial berths for legislators from our group" he added This is the contour of the merger plan the two factions in the AIADMK have agreed upon The leader also said the government can look into the possibility of reviving the legislative council of the assembly to accommodate members in the party without showing the door for those now holding posts The upper house in Tamil Nadu was abolished by AIADMK founder and late chief minister MG Ramachandran in 1986 Attempts to revive it by a DMK government were cancelled when the AIADMK came back to power With inputs fromIANS Click here to view LIVE updates on the AIADMK merger Written by ANI | London | Published: November 12 2009 1:15 pm Related News Michael Jackson’s father Joe will not inherit any of the King of Pop’s assetsa Los Angeles judge has ruled The Thriller hitmakers 80-year-old father had taken legal action over his sons estate after discovering that he had been written out of the star’s will However Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff threw out Joes objectionsaying the ruling was based on the singers decision not to give his father any of his assets “I don’t think he gets to step into this and create further litigation Joe Jackson takes none of this estate This is a decision his son made” the Mirror quoted Judge Beckloff as saying HoweverJoes request to secure an allowance from the singer’s estate has yet to be considered with a hearing on the matter for December 10 Michael left his assets to his childrenhis mother Katherine Jackson and charities For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGuwahati:An MLA of the ruling BJP in Assam on Wednesday said he received two phone calls from abroad wherein unidentified callers threatened him with death for commenting on the Rohingyas and Bengali-speaking Muslims after which he lodged an FIR "I received two calls one from the United Kingdom and the other from Philippines on Tuesday The callers threatened me of dire consequences if I did not stop commenting on the influx of Rohingyas and on the Bengali-speaking Muslims in Assam" Hojai MLA Shiladitya Dev said File image of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar Reuters He said following the threat calls he got registered the case with Hojai police Dev had earlier alleged that the Rohingyas from Myanmar have been entering the Barak Valley in Assam through Tripura and that Tripura’s Left Front government was pushing them into Assam for political mileage The BJP leader had also questioned the demand of Bengali-speaking Muslims of Assam to be declared as original inhabitants of that state He also courted controversy by saying that the ‘char’ (riverine sandbars) areas in Assam inhabited by Bengali-speaking Muslims have become a breeding ground for terrorism and that the government should stop funding for development of these areas Written by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: May 28 2017 4:15 am The march is scheduled to be held on June 11 (Express Photo By Sandeep Daundkar070815Pune) Top News In order to stress the importance of straight allies the seventh edition of Pune Pride March would see a group of non LGBTI community leading the march as grand marshal Bindumadhav Khire president of the Pune-based Samapathik Trust that organises the pride march every year said this would be the first time after the inaugural year that Pune Pride would be led by people from the non LGBTI community Khire while speaking about the move to have a non community grand marshal said it was a move to honour the support the community members receive from their straight allies “Acceptance by the straight community be it parents friends relatives etc is an important step So we decided to honour their acceptance by electing them to be the grand marshal” he said Instead of a single individual the grand marshal would be a group of people mostly brothers sisters and other relatives of individuals from the LGBTI community Other than the first Pride the grand marshals have always been from the LGBTI community The first pride Khire said was led by a straight member who was from the Pathfinder International Held once a year the Pride march is an important event in the calendar of the LGBTI community in the city Members of LGBTI community march along fix roads carrying banners and talking about inclusion and acceptance Over the years the Pride March has become a visible symbol of acceptance with straight allies as well as Multi National Companies (MNCs) joining in large numbers Last year was the first time MNCs had joined the march with their banners proclaiming support for the cause Pride marches across the globe have evolved a powerful tool for advocacy for the community Participation of straight community is also significant in many of the marches that are held in India too Khire said he was hoping to see larger participation from MNCs than last year “We also hope that the Pride March will see overwhelming support from the straight allies and we should have equal participation of both the communities” he said The March is scheduled to be held on June 11 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Published: June 8 2017 4:03 am Top News A 22-year-old constable posted with the Uttar Pradesh Police allegedly attacked a 40-year-old woman with acid in Chithera village of Dadri on Monday evening Police said that the woman and the constable are neighbours Five days ago the woman’s dog had urinated in the constable’s house after which they had an argument which led to a scuffle police said Police said the constable Sandeep had beaten up the woman’s husband and the alleged acid attack was a fallout of the incident Police said they have registered a case under IPC Section 326A (punishment for acid throwing) and a forensic team has been called in for examination “The woman claimed that acid was thrown at her There are certain marks on her body but we are waiting for the forensic report for further action in this case” Station House Officer (SHO) Dadri Ram Sen Singh said adding that the doctor who examined the woman said she suffered 12 per cent burn injuries Police said the woman and her husband worked at the house of a police officer who is now posted in Delhi The dog belongs to the officer “The dog urinated on the wall of the constable’s house and a fight ensued However the matter was eventually resolved after some villagers intervened” said the SHO Police said that around 730 pm on Monday an alleged argument took place again and the woman complained of a “burning sensation” after which she was rushed to the hospital Police added that the constable is posted in Muzaffarnagar and had come home on a five-day leave For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 20 2016 12:16 am A look at the front page of Indian Express on June 20 forty years ago Top News Farakka talks Formal talks between India and Bangladesh to “promote and strengthen” relations between the two countries began in Dhaka “We have started the talks with the specific question on Farakka” G Parthasarathy leader of the Indian delegation told the media Riots in South Africa Hundreds of policemen with automatic weapons held Johannesburg’s riot-torn black township under siege after three days of racial violence An uneasy calm settled on the communities where 100 people had been killed and more than 1000 wounded in three days Blacks in 11 townships — their only homes in racially segregated South Africa — picked their way through the wreckage of burned buses cars and offices Race war Tanzania told the emergency meeting of the UN Security Council that South Africa faced an uprising by 18 million blacks that spelled the beginning of the apartheid Tanzania’s ambassador to the UN Salim A Salim warned of a “holocaust” and a direct threat to international peace and security The Council went into session to consider what the official agenda item termed “killings and violence by the apartheid regime in South Africa” The Councilscheduled further debate to consider a resolution condemning the ‘‘massive violence against and killings of the African people” ONGC in Africa The Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC) has spudded the first well on the island of Songo Songo on the Tanzanian coast on June 17 1976 according to a press release The ONGC will drill the first well upto a depth of about 2300 metres for the purpose of proving the presence of natural gas on the structure of Songo Songo Tanzania is the third foreign country where the ONGC is working overseas For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ajay Khape | Pune | Published: May 26 2017 5:50 am The PMC charges Rs 2350 per metre for allowing digging of roads to lay power utility cables Top News To end the deadlock over charges levied by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) — on the Maharashtra State Electricity Development Corporation Ltd (MSEDCL) for digging up roads to lay power utility cables — the MSEDCL has proposed to reinstate the road on its own In turn the civic body is going to return the deposit amount to the power utility once it is convinced that the road repair work has been satisfactorily completed PMC authorities have supported the proposal and sought the Standing Committee’s permission to take it forward Usually the MSEDCL lays underground power cables in the city through the open trenching method while the PMC reinstates the road that has been dug up for laying cables The PMC charges Rs 2350 per metre for allowing digging of roads to lay power utility cables and uses the amount to reinstate the road Earlier the MSEDCL refused to pay the charges levied by the PMC claiming they were too high However the civic body has refused to lower the rates To find a way out the MSEDCL has decided to replicate the model adopted by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation “The MSEDCL and Nagpur Municipal Corporation have an agreement wherein the MSEDCL does the road reinstating work on its own instead of paying charges to civic body The charges are submitted as a deposit to the civic body and are recovered later after the road reinstating work is completed as per the satisfaction of the civic body” stated the MSEDCL proposal As part of the Integrated Power Development Scheme and Infra 2 scheme the MSEDCL has undertaken laying of underground power cables to replace 200-225 km of overhead cables The PMC gives permission for digging of roads till April 30 but the MSEDCL wants permission till May 31 so that it can carry out the work till June 30 PMC Municipal Commissioner Kunal Kumar has now sought the approval of the Standing Committee so that the civic body can sign an agreement with the MSEDCL to allow the power utility company to reinstate the dug-up road The PMC has urged the MSEDCL to deposit 11 per cent of the charges as supervision charges The warranty period for the road reinstatement would be two years and the PMC would have a Standard Operating Procedure (SoP) for the purpose For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow: After giving indications of supporting the NDA’s presidential candidate Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav today attended a dinner hosted by Uttar Pradesh chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for Prime Minister Narendra Modi Mulayam was among the first to reach the CM’s official 5 Kalidas Marg residence in Lucknow Governor Ram Naik deputy chief ministers Keshav Maurya and Dinesh Sharma a number of UP ministers and senior BJP leaders also attended the dinner However Samajwadi Party president and former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav did not attend it "No he (Akhilesh) will not be attending the dinner" Samajwadi Party spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary told PTI when asked whether the party president would be at the table with Modi Mulayam Singh Yadav PTI BSP supremo Mayawati too skipped it The BSP chief had yesterday said that her party is positive about the NDA nominating Ram Nath Kovind for the presidential election but wished that the ruling alliance had named a non-political Dalit candidate for the top post "Although Kovind has been associated with the RSS and the BJP from the beginning but as he is a Dalit our party’s stand towards him cannot be negative It will be positive provided Opposition parties do not field any Dalit for the post who is more capable and popular than him" she had said Earlier on Tuesday Mulayam who is the Samajwadi Party patron extended his support to the NDA presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind saying he is a deserving candidate "Ram Nath Kovind is a good candidate I have a very old relation with him BJP has selected a strong candidate The most important thing is that the BJP has a majority Can’t say what will opposition decide now" he told a TV news channel Mulayam had earlier indicated that he would back the NDA candidate even before the announcement of Kovind’s name for the top constitutional post Nominations for the Presidential elections to be held on 17 July ends on 28 June The BJP had on Monday stumped the opposition parties by announcing the name of Kovind a Kori (Dalit) from Uttar Pradesh The prime minister arrived here this evening on a two-day visit to take part in the International Yoga Day event on Wednesday morning after which he will fly back to Delhi On the first day of his visit he inaugurated the new building of Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) and visited the Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) in Lucknow He will spend the night at Raj Bhawan Written by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: July 22 2017 1:19 am Thousands of tourists nature enthusiasts researchers and wild flower lovers visit the plateau Related News A report by city-based organisation TERRE Policy Centre on Kaas Plateau — one of the 39 World Natural Heritage Sites in the Western Ghats — notes that while the site received highest revenue from visitors’ fees in 2016 the large number of visitors may adversely affect the plateau The UNESCO World Heritage Committee had recognised Kaas plateau as a heritage site in 2012 Since then thousands of tourists nature enthusiasts researchers and wild flower lovers from around the world have visited the plateau Kaas plateau is home to around 350 flowering plants including species listed as ‘rare endemic and threatened’ by the Botanical Survey of India and International Union for Conservation of Nature The report was put together by the TERRE Policy Centre with active but non-financial support from UNESCO Outlining the problems due to the influx of too many visitors Rajendra Shende chairman of TERRE Policy Centre said “Due to lack of awareness about the significance of the place grave concerns over trampling down the flowering plants and threats of increasing constructions near the plateau have been expressed by many researchers Since 2012 the local community has worked tirelessly for conservation of Kaas Plateau and made all-out efforts to attract tourists “However 2016 was the most trying and challenging year in terms of the more than expected inflow of tourists lack of awareness among them about responsible tourism inadequate understanding about the ‘carrying capacity’ of the plateau in terms of number of tourists particularly during the season gaps in communications within and outside the JFMC differential understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the villagers JFMCs and the Indian Forest Act and also lack of the relevant indices to measure the progress” The Centre has been working with the local communities around Kaas and with local NGOs from 2011 towards conservation and sustainable living It has also worked closely with the Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC) and held annual events for community dialogues with local villagers and others The report points out that while the increase in parking and entry rates by JFMC last year had helped reduce the number of visitors to some extent given the ‘carrying capacity’ of the plateau it was necessary to restrict the number of tourists further “The need to fix the… carrying capacity in advance each year depending on the infrastructure is a top priority” said Shende adding that the plateau saw the highest number of vehicles in 2016 “The four-month blooming season is the only opportunity for local communities to earn through small businesses that cater to the tourists The rest of the year people keep looking for work and face hard times due to the lack of steady income” said Vishnu Kirdat chairman of JFMC adding that with the increase in entry fees the Committee should be able to provide basic facilities such as toilets proper roads and easy transport service Ashok Kurale a member of JFMC shared that once tourist season was over additional activities were conducted by the communities to preserve the natural heritage of the plateau “We collected lots of solid waste especially plastic glass bottles and fast food wrappers… we also organised a tree plantation programme in the forest patches which received a good response from all six villages” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: January 16 2017 1:35 pm Choreographer-turned-director Remo D’Souza also plans to make web series on his 2011 youth film Faltu Top News Choreographer-turned-filmmaker Remo D’Souza says that if his upcoming dance-action film doesn’t go on floors this March then it will get pushed ahead to next year “I want to start the film now… if I don’t start in March then again it will get pushed to next year After March I will not get into other project” Remo told PTI The film to be directed by Remo was to go on floors from September last year Both Ajay Devgn and Sooraj Pancholi have undergone special action training in Germany for Remo’s dance-action movie Besides action the duo will have to get their dancing skills right for the film Apparently the film is an emotional one and it revolves around the relationship between the two brothers The ABCD helmer will then begin work on the third part of ABCD 3 that will have Prabhu Deva in the lead and some other actors The second part had Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead Ask him if he plans to retain them Remo says “Let’s see we are still working on the casting” There have been rumours that Hrithik Roshan will be seen in the third instalment of ABCD but according to Remo the reports are not true “Hrithik will not do it” he added Choreographer-turned-director Remo D’Souza plans to make web series on his 2011 youth film Faltu “I am planning to turn my films into series We are thinking of making a web series of Faltu It will be interesting We will be mixing a lot of things into it like dance etc” Remo told PTI Faltu is a comedy film directed by Remo and produced by Vashu Bhagnani It tells the story of four friends It had Jackky Bhagnani Puja Gupta Chandan Roy Sanyal and Angad Bedi in lead roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 According to News18, Mane’s uncle called her on her cellphone but the call went unattended. Madrasa Shirajul-Uloom in Gobindpura.

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