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They have shown utmost respect to the women folk and there has not been a single case of harassment of women, said Chaturvedi Howevercrowd management capabilities came under serious question when on Mauni Amavasya (February 10)over three crore people took the holy dip in one single dayand a stampede at the Allahabad Railway station killed 38 peopleleaving another 37 injured Together with a fire tragedy that occurred on January 25the total number of lives lost during the Kumbh was around 50 In terms of loss of livesit was among the worst Kumbh melas in Allahabad since 1954when a tragedy on Mauni Amavasya had left more than 500 dead following a stampede in the mela area The tragedies apartit is the huge numbers generated by the Melaspread over 58 square km areawhich are likely to be kept for posterity More than 170 km of checkered platesmore than 680 km of water pipelines29810 water connections; 830 km of electric lines; 25464 street lights and 190 lakh power connections – the evidence of all these numbers would soon disappear as the sandy river bed resurfaces Chaturvedi has already issued instructions to all the departments concerned for compiling their achievements and also the amount spent by themalong with proof For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTegucigalpa: Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez declared himself the winner of elections before official results were announced — and his top rival did the same "The result is more than clear: we won this election" Hernandez told a crowd of supporters who cheered him in the capital Tegucigalpa Shortly after his announcement 64-year-old Salvador Nasralla of the leftist Alliance Against the Dictatorship coalition also proclaimed himself to be the winner The Opposition denounces the Constitutional Court’s decision to allow Hernandez to run for re-election despite a constitutional one-term limit a move that has also sparked fears of a crisis in the crime-wracked country File image of former Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez Wikimedia Commons An estimated six million people were eligible to vote electing not just a president but also members of Congress mayors and members of the Central American parliament Still "we have observed a quiet process; what we have seen so far has been positive" said Marisa Matias a European parliament observer from Portugal one of some 160000 monitors Hernandez’s conservative National Party — which controls the executive legislative and judicial branches of government — contends that a 2015 Supreme Court ruling allows his re-election "Thanks to everyone for strengthening democracy" Hernandez said on Twitter "We are leading and we are going to win decisively" The Opposition though has denounced his bid saying the court does not have the power to overrule the 1982 constitution Hernandez’s main rivals —former TV anchor Nasralla and Luis Zelaya 50 of the right-leaning Liberal Party —had both said before the vote that they would not recognize a Hernandez victory "It’s an atypical electoral process with an illegal re-election" said Zelaya after voting Nasralla while visiting voting stations around the capital to rally his supporters urged them to be vigilant for signs of fraud "They are out here offering poor people food roof tiles or cement in exchange for their vote" he complained "I tell them that that’s how they are going to stay poor I am going to create jobs for them" Hernandez 49 cast his vote early in his hometown of Gracias in mountainous western Honduras accompanied by his daughter and several National Party deputies "Four more years" supporters chanted as he arrived Hernandez told reporters he had been up early messaging with organizers to be sure the elections would take place smoothly Honduras in the heart of the "Northern Triangle" of Central America where gangs and poverty reign has one of the highest murder rates in the world though that metric has fallen during Hernandez’s four years in office What credit he claims from that progress is counterbalanced by tensions from a 2009 coup That year then-president Manuel Zelaya was deposed by the armed forces with backing from the right and from powerful businessmen for nudging closer to Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Zelaya —no relation to the Liberal Party candidate — was notably accused of wanting to change the constitution to vie for a second term By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2014 2:21 am Traffic crawls during the evening rush-hour (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News The Palam Met observatory on Friday recorded winds that went up to 62 knots — 1148 km/hour — raising dust clouds that brought visibility down to a mere 200 metres at 4:54 pm at the IGI Airport on Friday The Safdarjung Met observatory recorded winds travelling at 92 kmph (50 knots) and 02 mm rainfall in the capital RK Jenamani director-in-charge of IGI Met department said the squall was caused by the strong interaction of two separate phenomenon One was a huge column of a cumulonimbus (CB) cloud as high as 14 km which moved from the southwest through Central Delhi towards the Northeast The other phenomenon was massive dust clouds in West Delhi and around the airport “The two phenomena were well separated and interacted strongly to cause this massive dust storm at the airport and a moist squall and rainfall in rest of the city” Jenamani said The storm affected parts of northeast Haryana and the NCR regions with parts of East Delhi Noida and Ghaziabad reported to be the worst affected The immediate impact was a fall in the maximum temperature which plunged from 458 degree Celsius on Thursday to 304 degrees today Director General of the Indian Meteorological Department L S Rathore said the squall on Friday was a result of cold air and hot air meeting over the Indo-Gangetic plains “This phenomena is likely to continue for the next two days” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2013 3:17 am Related News The employees of the Chandigarh Housing Board who have been holding a chain hungerstrike for the past 52 days have decided to march to Punjab Raj Bhavan on Friday With their demands not being fulfilledthe employees have decided to hand over a memorandum to the Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil The CHB employees have been protesting to demand implementation of the pension scheme The employees allege that Chandigarh Administration is creating unnecessary hurdles in fulfillment of CHB employees demands since 2009 The case for implementation of the Pension Scheme in favour of the employees who joined prior to January 12004 that was decided by CHB is pending with the Administration since 2009 for arranging formal approval of Administrator Meanwhile senior BJP leader Harmohan Dhawan visited the employees Wednesday and extended support Dhawan said that Chandigarh Administration is not only insenstive to its own employees but also to the general public UT employees have been agitating for a long time for the change in their service rulesbut nobody in the administration is paying any heed to it For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAndorra La Vella: Portugal coach Fernando Santos said the decision to start Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench against Andorra on Saturday was not taken lightly and was not just about the risk of him picking up a yellow card Santos said he “thought deeply” about the best way to deal with Ronaldo who was on a yellow card and would have missed Tuesday’s decisive game against Switzerland if he had picked up another Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo came off the bench to score against Andorra Reuters In the event Ronaldo came on at halftime and scored the crucial first goal in Portugal’s 2-0 Group B win which left them three points behind leaders Switzerland with Tuesday’s meeting in Lisbon to come “I thought hard I pondered” Santos said ”Ronaldo didn’t train at 100 percent in the two days before the game There were lots of factors which led me to take this decision ”It wasn’t really about the risk of getting a yellow card because he’s an experienced player But these games are complicated I tried to administer the situation and do what was best “Was it the right thing We won the game and that’s what matters” If Portugal had failed to win Switzerland would have won the group and qualified directly for Russia leaving the European champions to go into a two-leg playoff Santos had warned of the difficulties of facing Andorra a physical defensive side who play on an artificial pitch which was in poor condition for Saturday’s game Portugal chartered a specially adapted air-force plane to fly to an aerodrome near the stadium and avoid the three-hour coach journey that most teams have to face “We knew it was going to be difficult and the team had trouble adapting to the pitch” he said “We didn’t do what we are capable of in the first half” “I had to bring on Ronaldo at halftime and in the end we won the way we wanted to” Sometimes, which is the ball that will be using in the game, Different versions of Big Brother have been aired in around 50 countries.

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