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I? it gets better, A police officer said the juvenile’s friend have not been called for questioning so far,Vilas Lande denied he had any role to play in the nomination of Shraddha Lande.Shraddha Lande filed her papers in presence of Mayor Mohini Lande,90 metres wide and with a 30-m green-belt on both sides, We will submit these recommendations to the state government for approval, he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 4 2016 12:49 am The offence was registered on the basis of a letter issued by Nirmal Deshmukh mission director of Pradhan Pantri Awas Yojana stating that the company’s claims were misleading Related News The Bombay High Court granted interim anticipatory bail to Sachin Agarwal his brother Naveen and other suspects associated with Maple Group on Tuesday The Group is under police scanner for allegedly cheating people by releasing advertisements promising 1BHK flats for Rs 5 lakh An offence in this case was registered at Shivajinagar police station last week The offence was registered on the basis of a letter issued by Nirmal Deshmukh mission director of Pradhan Pantri Awas Yojana stating that the company’s claims were misleading Share This Article Related Article Police had booked Sachin Agarwal whom the company website describes as chairman and managing director; Naveen Agarwal described as managing director; one Priyanka Agarwal; and others under sections 420 417 (cheating) 120 (b) (criminal conspiracy) 467 (forgery) 468 471 409 and 34 of IPC The economic offences wing (EOW) of Pune police crime branch initiated probe in this case Agarwal’s counsel Aniket Nikam said “The court has granted interim protection to Sachin and Naveen Agarwal till May 5 We argued before the court that we had no intention of misleading the public The advertisement categorically mentioned that it had nothing to do with the government” The court has asked the Agarwals to submit an affidavit stating details of money returned to customers which was taken from them as registration fees The company had floated advertisements promising 10000 affordable homes for Rs 5 lakh and also used photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Guardian Minister Girish Bapat giving the impression that the project is a government one Some advertisements also allegedly said that the project was part of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana of the central government As many as 20000 people are said to have registered for the ‘lucky draw’ after paying Rs 1000 as fees The company later returned the money to many of them Meanwhile police had frozen two bank accounts of the company last week WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 14 2016 2:57 pm Tyga says he is “good” following his split from model-reality TV star Kylie Jenner (Source: Reuters) Related News Rapper Tyga says he is “good” following his split from model-reality TV star Kylie Jenner The 26-year-old rapper and the 18-year-old reality TV star ended their two-year on-off romance a few weeks ago and although the split was reported to be “acrimonious” Tyga says he is in a good place reported E Online Read More “I’m good you know Just another day and working hard and trying to get to that next level and achieve big things and evolve” This isn’t the first time the pair have split with Jenner’s older sister Khloe Kardashian 31 previously admitting she found it hard to keep up with them Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: February 29 2016 6:11 pm Lady Gaga performed her nominated song “Til It Happens To You” at the Oscars (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Lady Gaga herself a victim of sexual assault used her Oscar performance as a medium to bring attention to rape culture The 29-year-old singer brought sexual assault survivors to Oscars stage for performance of anti-rape culture anthem from documentary “The Hunting Ground” an expose of the institutional cover-ups and failings of colleges and police to investigate a spate of rapes on campuses in the US See Pics:Oscars 2016: Jessica Alba Jennifer Lawrence Emma Roberts at Vanity Fairparty The performance by pop star who recently opened up about being assaulted as a teenager was introduced by US Vice President Joe Biden He was promoting the White House’s ‘It’s On Us’ campaign to help stop sexual abuse “Despite significant progress over the last few years too many women and men on and off college campuses are victims of sexual abuse Lady Gaga sings her Oscar-nominated song “Til It Happens to You” at the 88th Academy Awards “We must and we can change the culture so that no abused woman or man – like the survivors you see here tonight – ever feel like they have to ask themselves ‘What did I do’ They did not do anything wrong” Biden said in his introduction piece The survivors made their way to the stage halfway through Gaga’s performance with messages like “survivor” “it’s not your fault” “we believe you” and “unbreakable” scribbled on their wrists The singer continued her act singing to a piano as the abuse survivors stood hand-in-hand on stage The performance of the song co-written by Gaga and Diane Warren also a sexual assault survivor scored a standing ovation from the audience For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 10 2016 10:35 pm High-performance coach Neal Henderson said it should save more than 3 seconds off their US squad’s pursuit time (Source: AP) Top News The first time Chloe Dygert stepped aboard the track bike she will be using along with her women’s pursuit teammates she completely missed what caught everybody else’s attention The drive train is on the left side Yes just about every bike you’ve ever seen has the crank on the right from the high-tech bikes in the Olympic road race to the inexpensive bikes in sporting-goods stores to the itsy-bitsy bikes with training wheels for toddlers just learning to ride “Then it hit me” Dygert said “like `Oh yeah That’s different”’ USA Cycling bike manufacturer Felt and several component partners spent more than two years and hundreds of thousands of dollars _ if not millions _ to build the cutting-edge track bike High-performance coach Neal Henderson said it should save more than 3 seconds off their US squad’s pursuit time And that is an eternity considering the women posted a world record of 4 minutes 1618 seconds at the world championships in March on their old bikes Silver medalist Canada and bronze medalist New Zealand were 4 seconds off their pace “We zigged when others zagged” Henderson said with a smile The drive train is only part of the equation The bike also takes into consideration specific aerodynamics of a velodrome for the first time resulting in an asymmetrical stance to account for yaw specially shaped tubes and high-end carbon that produces a feather-light ride “It’s a leap I wouldn’t say it’s Fosbury Flop-level” Henderson said referring to Dick Fosbury’s revolutionary high jump technique “but it’s an advance” One that could advance the Americans to the top step of the podium Their pursuit squad that will begin chasing gold Thursday won silver at the London Games albeit with a significantly different lineup Sarah Hammer is the only rider back and is joined by a bunch of 19- and 20-somethings in Dygert Kelly Catlin Jennifer Valente and Ruth Winder “I didn’t take it for granted when I was asked to be on this team” Dygert said They will be pushed by reigning gold medalist Britain a powerful team from Canada and a banged-up Australian squad that fell heavily in training Tuesday but is still planning to compete But the first order of business is qualifying The finals do not take place until Saturday The only medal up for grabs on the opening day of the track program is men’s team sprint where Britain will try to begin a similar gold rush to their one at the London Games Jason Kenny teamed with Chris Hoy and Philip Hindes to win the team sprint four years ago and the home nation went on to win seven gold medals during the track program The powerful showing came after a similarly dominant effort at the 2008 Beijing Olympics The British team pursuit squad will also be in the velodrome Thursday to begin chasing another gold medal And some star power returned to the squad in former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins who won the London Games time trial before largely retiring from the road He is back to his roots on the track where he won the individual pursuit at the 2004 Athens Games and the Beijing Games and was part of the team pursuit squad that won gold the same year Wiggins can break a tie with Hoy and become Britain’s most decorated Olympian with a medal “I’ve gone through this process to try to win a gold medal really and anything less than a gold would be a huge disappointment” Wiggins said “Something would have to go seriously wrong” Mark Cavendish and the rest of the British team hit the track later in the program One of the big questions surrounding the Rio Games was whether the velodrome would be completed in time The $56 million facility missed several deadlines and went through several contractors and delays forced the cancellation of a test event scheduled for March It received mixed reviews from riders who began training there this week “It’s a hard track to try and go for the record on just because of the shape” Australian rider Sam Welsford said “It’s got longer straights and shorter bends The venue is incredible there is still a lot going on _ you see cables laying around all over the place but all that matters is the track is ready and race day we are ready to go” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Bhullar became the first Indian player to be signed for the BBL and scored 296 runs at an average of 59. While Shreyansh suffered a 7-11 14-15 11-4 2-11 loss to Shih Kuei Chun of Chinese Taipei in the opening round,Rahul retired just after six minutes in the match against his Chinese Taipei rival Yang Chih Chieh with the scoreboard reading 2-6 in the first round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: March 15 2016 7:52 pm Talking to Indian Expresscom Shraddha Kapoor said “It was a first time for me We were shooting in Krabi and it was a beautiful sequence I hope everyone likes it” Related News There is a new bikini babe in town and it is none other than Shraddha Kapoor The young actress who has donned a bikini in Baaghi a first in her career described it as a beautiful experience See Pics:Shraddha Kapoor Tiger Shroff Launch ‘Baaghi’ Trailer Talking to Indian Expresscom Shraddha said “It was a first time for me We were shooting in Krabi and it was a beautiful sequence I hope everyone likes it” Also read:Shraddha Kapoor Tiger Shroff starrer ‘Baaghi’ trailer to have 30 flyingkicks When we complimented her for her stunning bikini body a gushing Shraddha said “Thank you for the compliments I hope others like it as well” Watch:Shraddha Kapoor Talks About Her First Onscreen Bikini Outing Also read:When Shraddha Kapoor locked lips with Tiger Shroff in Baaghi seepic Shraddha also expressed her happiness at having got an opportunity to do hardcore action in Baaghi Also read:Baaghi first poster: Tiger Shroff Shraddha Kapoor are therebels “When the movie was offered I was hoping to do some action and I am happy that I got a chance to do action sequences” Watch the trailer here: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsLondon:Australian hurdling great Sally Pearson won the 100 metres hurdles world title for the second time on Saturday in the same stadium where she clinched 2012 Olympic gold The 30-year-old timed 1259 seconds to take the crown ahead of 2008 Olympic champion Dawn Harper-Nelson (1263sec) with Germany’s Pamela Dutkiewicz a surprise third in 1272 It was a remarkable comeback for the Australian as she had suffered two years of injury hell missing both the 2015 world championships and the Olympics last year Australia’s Sally Pearson celebrates after winning the women’s 100m hurdles AFP "Far out that was bloody hard" gasped Pearson who became only the fourth woman to win the world title more than once "I was so tired I don’t know what to say that was just incredible It was like Beijing in 2008 (she won a surprise Olympic silver) when I didn’t come in as one of the favourites She added: "I have no idea where my mum is sitting If anyone sees Anne McLellan tell her to come down here so I can give her a hug" Pearson whose English mother brought her up as a single parent and in very straitened circumstances taking two jobs so her daughter could realise her dream said it had been a long and hard road back to the top "It’s been a long journey back from injury but to get this moment and go and celebrate in front of my family is unreal" said Pearson who feared when she suffered a bone explosion in her wrist in 2015 that she might have to have her hand amputated "My husband (school sweetheart Kieran) is in the crowd there somewhere I’ll try and find him and give him a hug soon This is just so incredible to be a world champion again" Harper-Nelson proved that age is no barrier to success as at 33 she enjoyed a second wind in her career "Silver tastes like gold tonight" she said "I am really excited to come out of this with a medal for the US "At the end I could see Sally had won and I thought ‘it’s me and Sally again (like in Beijing in 2008)’" World record holder Kendra Harrison disappointed in finishing only fourth confirming that her Achilles heel is a lack of championship experience having failed to make the Olympic team last year Harrison had blasted out of the blocks but faded as Pearson arrived on her shoulder and the Australian hurdled to a famous victory An overjoyed Pearson jumped up and down to celebrate her win — she was then picked up by the championships mascot Hero the Hedgehog and swung around before he carried her off round the track "I don’t know if it was surprise or what" said Pearson of her exuberant celebration "But the emotion just escaped my body because I was so excited and so happy to have achieved what I have worked so hard for" Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s retirement triggered a scramble for many vacancies in India’s cricket squad While the role of captain was taken by default there were other slots from wicketkeeper to middle-order batsman that needed to be filled It was here that destiny’s child Parthiv Patel grabbed the opening with both hands to signal that he was the man for all reasons A full 15 years after he had made his Test debut Parthiv was once again seriously in the mix In the intervening period he had gone through a gamut of phases: expectation aspiration exhilaration dejection rejection and resurrection The latest of course was jubilation following his team Gujarat’s maiden Ranji Trophy title win crushing Mumbai in the final at Indore India’s Parthiv Patel plays a shot against New Zealand AFP Thus Parthiv who has had a roller coaster ride should be ready for whatever fate has in store for him from Gujarat’s Irani Cup match starting Friday against Rest of India to a potentially exciting international cricketing career beyond that For Parthiv the dice was probably cast 32 years ago when his mother had to navigate through the curfew-bound streets of Ahmedabad to reach the hospital in time for delivery She returned with baby Parthiv to a similar tense situation as their residential area of Dhana Sutharni Pol near Relief Road which was one of the most communally sensitive areas of Gujarat of those days “I’ve witnessed stones nails and crude bombs being thrown at our old building” Parthiv had recalled in an interview “I’ve witnessed bombing and firing on my home” he had added Thus Parthiv was hardened and tough as nails from a very young age Additionally he was street sharp and this found expression in his cricket At the age of eight he had watched Ian Healy keeping wickets on television and reckoned that this was going to be his passion He took to the game and soon looked up to another Australian wicketkeeper batsman Adam Gilchrist as his role model On debut for the Gujarat Under-14 team against Mumbai he took three catches and slammed a 92 This ensured that captaincy was thrust on him the following year A century and double century against Maharashtra for the Under-16 team took him places He led the West Zone Under-19 team despite being below 16 years of age The talent scouts picked Parthiv for the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore where a couple of older wicketkeepers Deep Das Gupta and Ajay Ratra were also around He came into contact with head coach Rodney Marsh legendary former Australian wicketkeeper who brushed up Parthiv’s technique behind the stumps Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar who was heading the TRDO wing of the NCA picked the 16 year-old Parthiv as captain-wicket-keeper of the India Under-19 team to tour New Zealand for the Under-19 World Cup The Indian team had other good cricketers in Irfan Pathan Stuart Binny Manvinder Bisla Paul Valthaty and Siddharth Trivedi but it was Parthiv’s cricketing acumen despite his tender age that stood out Vengsarkar himself went along as cricket consultant and saw Parthiv’s wicketkeeping batting and leadership qualities from close quarters On his return Vengsarkar who was on the West Zone senior selection committee impressed upon chairman Chandu Borde to include the youngster in the West Zone team for Duleep Trophy The same year he was chosen to tour England with the senior Indian team as under study to Ajay Ratra even though he was yet to turn out in Ranji Trophy cricket That would come only two years later in 2004 But as fate would have it Ratra was injured before the second Test in August 2002 and thus Parthiv all of 17 years of age was thrown into the deep end against England at Trent Bridge He battled for close to 90 minutes for his unbeaten 19 in the second innings to ensure a draw much to the amazement of teammates and opposition After the match Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly was full of praise: "When I got out I had a bit of a scare when I realised we could still lose But Parthiv showed a lot of character He may not have scored big runs but he had batted for 25 overs under pressure and there are not many 17-year-olds who could do that" England captain Nasser Hussain who thought that Parthiv looked only 12 of age said: "He not only played well but behaved impeccably as a person and showed no nerves He has been very impressive" The flip side was that from competing at the schoolboy level he had suddenly been thrown into a tough world where he had to keep wickets to bowlers of the calibre of Zaheer Khan Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh Of course he struggled to come to terms with this sudden leap in standards Unfortunately Indian cricket could not provide him the quality of mentorship and attention he required and this hampered the development of his wicketkeeping skills The arrival to the international scene of an older more mature and immensely gifted Dhoni in late 2004 cast Parthiv to the wilderness and although he made sporadic appearances his international career seemed to have tapered off The IPL and the pot of gold that it brought to cricketers probably galvanised Parthiv still in his late 20s to stay on his toes and make the effort to further sharpen his batting and wicketkeeping skills He dived into fresh training devoting the day to two exclusive sessions of batting and wicketkeeping and with it allied physical training This was to bear fruit and told on his improved performance through the years 2014 ’15 and ’16 In the 2015 IPL he was champions Mumbai Indians’ fourth-highest scorer The same year his maiden limited overs hundred helped Gujarat to its first Vijay Hazare title More recently his crucial knocks of 90 and 143 in the Ranji Trophy final fetched Gujarat the title Parthiv who was suddenly summoned to the Indian team while playing a Ranji Trophy league match against Mumbai in Hubbali grabbed the opportunity with both hands The injury to first-choice wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha had given him a toe-hold Now at the age of 31 he made it count Scores of 42 67* 15 and 71 besides 13 victims behind the stumps in the three Tests against England proved that Parthiv Patel 20 was an improved version and possibly the first choice replacement for the incomparable Dhoni Whatever the future holds it has been an incredible ride for Parthiv and the fact that he is still around and a force to reckon with after 15 years is a tribute to his hard work and dedication By: PTI | Pune | Published: July 3 2017 10:25 pm A complaint in this regard was registered by deceased’s son (Representational Image) Related News A 40-year-old woman was allegedly killed following a tiff with neighbour over a cat at a chawl in Mhalunge area on the outskirts of Pune on Sunday evening Prabha Rangpise was killed after being hit on head and back with a stick during the scuffle said police The arrested persons have been identified as Amol Balgude Ganesh Patil Akash Monde and Raju Salve All of them are residents of Mhalunge A complaint in this regard was registered by deceased’s son Ajay Police said the dispute began after a cat belonging to the complainant’s sister sneaked inside the house of one of the accused Raju Salve “Salve threw the cat outside the house When Rangpise family sought an explanation for his act complainant Ajay his brother brother-in-law (sister’s husband) were attacked by Salve and three other accused with sticks and pipe” said a police officer attached to Hinjewadi police station During the fight Ganesh Patil one of the accused allegedly hit Prabha Rangpise on her head with a bamboo stick and grievously injured her said police Later she succumbed to injuries they said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Published: May 16 2017 10:06 pm Sachin A Billion Dreams director James Erskine talks about why Sachin Tendulkar’s biography is special to him Related News Sachin: A Billion Dreams is one of the most awaited films this year It is the first time that a docu-drama is being made on such a large scale This film is going to break the trend of biopic films and promises to show the real Sachin Tendulkar to all his fans and even people who don’t know about the master blaster We had a tête-à-tête with film director James Erskine and here’s what he says about working on the mammoth problem The film also brings the perspective of Sachin’s wife Anjali into play because when Sachin took every failure in the right spirit and looked for solutions for problems she was the one living with the problem herself You’ve directed a number of sports films What usually makes for highlight for a sports film The thing that I would always look for in a film is where sport intersects with culture so they’re not simply films about athletes just being athletes they’re about films where the athlete transcends transforms or changes the way that we’re thinking about things I think sports in our culture are under-appreciated However sports are one of the few things that unify people For example if you have a football match where England is playing it’s the World Cup semi-finals there’s 26 million people watching on the TV thinking the same thing that’s a really powerful thing to capture You have Sachin Tendulkar and there’s the 2011 World Cup that’s the most inspiring thing How often is everyone thinking and feeling the same way It’s almost never The only point we have to connect in the modern days is through sport We don’t even connect through film in that way any more or television Big television in the 80s or early 90s it was possible to reach a massive swathe of people at the same time and chart their emotions People’s life is constructed through the memories of what they’ve seen and what they’ve read That’s what I look for stories that have that moment where everyone just has that “Holy sh*t” moment Sachin Tendulkar with the team of Sachin: A Billion Dreams during the trailer launch You’ve also co-written the film tell us more about the process We started off just speaking to a lot of people just speaking to the Tendulkars sometimes by himself and at other times with the entire family I tried to speak with eight people that he interacted with at every stage of his life from his friends at the age of three right through to Virat (Kohli) with whom he played in the recent past just to try to understand as much about him as I possibly could I also dug out as many archives as we could and try and find a structure for the story… that was the essence of it It’s a movie a movie is like a 10000 word article it’s not a book it’s not an encyclopedia it’s drawing out the essence of a story If you didn’t know anything about him even if you came from Mars you would be amazed by the story That was the first thing to really define what it was that everything else hangs on and while obviously we can’t cover everything we can’t cover a 100 hundreds that would make for a very long movie One of the great things about it is that what I thought was a great story was that Sachin’s journey was sort of defined by the World Cup it was his awakening moment I asked him this when I first met him and it was his entirely spontaneous reaction that this was what he saw and it was great from a structural point of view when you’re making a film where you cover a whole life Also read |Sachin A Billion Dreams: Sachin Tendulkar reveals his romantic side and how he met Anjali What the movie charts is his personal journey and it intersects with cricket rather than the opposite way The cricket moments we chose in the film were when they were the part of his life journey It wasn’t a film about this impossible figure — Sachin is an impossible figure — but the film shows that he’s not in a lot of ways So our hope is that people’s admiration for him will increase as they understand him more deeply What was the most challenging part of directing Sachin: A Billion Dreams Each moment of it was challenging We’re trying to make a unique film and bring in all these different elements all the dramatizations and animations and footage from shootings of his home movies But I was never really worried about each of the elements but combining everything together I think that was the real challenge because the film has to be more than the sum of its parts How was it working with Sachin and Anjali I met Anjali when I first met Sachin and she was very hospitable and told me stories But she was very difficult to persuade to go on camera and it took us two years They’re private people and they don’t want to expose themselves or be evaluated in certain ways But we talked a lot and she gives an incredible perspective because she’s his wife and she’s been on that journey more closely than anyone else She was helpful and gave ideas and insights She offers a great balance to Sachin because Sachin thinks in a certain way which is very different from Anjali So Sachin might tell you a story about an event from his perspective and she might tell you a story from her perspective where she looked at Sachin and observed his various emotions It’s actually the way we look at a problem and Anjali tells you what it’s like living with a problem What is the most defining moment in Sachin’s film The first scene I think We tried to do a very unexpected first scene so you would start in a place that you wouldn’t expect What we tried to do is to keep people not exactly sure what’s coming next and that’s good And at a number of places how we’ve used music is quite interesting We’ve built three specific songs into the film and include voices of people The are in the film’s defining moments because they sort of encapsulate the impossibility of the feats that are being achieved The first and the last shot and they’re sort of tied together How have you managed to keep Sachin the cricket god distinct from Sachin the person in the film He (Sachin) is an iconic figure which many people have never really known but they’ve all got their own perspective so we really wanted to give them that element of insight We get all these perspectives not just the stories that are being told but actually the perspectives through which we see them All these elements make a mosaic Would it change cinema I don’t know But we wanted to make a movie showing people close to the hero just taking a break For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | Published: August 1 2012 1:39 am Related News Food Security After deciding to back UPA candidates in the presidential and vice presidential electionsthe Left parties are protesting against the government over a delay in enacting the food security law The CPM weekly Peoples Democracy states that the UPA continues to be in a state of denial in accepting the realities of poverty and misery of the vast majority of people An editorial says that the only way to solve the problems of hunger and food insecurity is to enact a food security law that ensures that each family in the countryboth BPL and APLgets 35 kg of foodgrains every month at Rs 2 per kg The article argues that the government is refusing to release the excess stock of foodgrains held in the godowns to the states at BPL prices despite millions of tonnes of grain rotting in open spaces The former finance ministernow the presidenthad told Parliament that the government would need to spend at least Rs 20000 crores to create spaces for storing the foodgrains that will be procured in the current season Yetthe government refuses to release these stocks and instead is seeking to export them for profitkeeping our own people hungry? 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one more than Steffi Graf for the Open-era record. the poor quality of teaching, the construction right provided to the builder would at least be three times the size of the plot. Saina Nehwal’s Awadhe Warriors were the first to qualify for the knockout stage and Chennai Smashers and Mumbai Rockets also had joined them in the semi-finals but the door was still open for Hyderabad and they grabbed the last spot after toppling Bengaluru Blasters on Thursday.had objected to similar policy decisions being announced when Parliament was on ? It will include state-of-the-art laboratories where banana saplings will be developed based on tissue culture technique. The park will also be linked to the already existing biotechnology park in Lucknow and other scientific institutions. "In such circumstances, the Sena pointed out.
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