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The Uttar Pradesh government's bid to cut down in state expenditure is imperative to keep financial deficit under control.
Accuser Haleigh Breest sued Haggis in December last year, claiming the latter had raped her after she accepted his offer to drive her home following a film premiere in 2013.
The court ordered him to take 80 hours of therapy sessions and banned him from working at any entity related to children and adolescents for the next 10 years.
Urging Australians to make a strawberry pavlova this weekend to help struggling farmers, Scott Morrison demanded a change in the law to toughen sentences.
UN Women had said last month that the Office of Audit and Investigation of UNDP had completed its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations involving the UN Women staff member.
Many of the 11 allegations received date back to the 1990s, though others are from 2014 and 2015.
The lawyers for Ford predicted the hearing, as now scheduled, "would include interrogation by senators who appear to have made up their minds" that she is "mistaken" and mixed up.
It was the rising number of complaints that put the Motor Vehicles Department on their toes, a reason why they have decided to cancel the licence of the auto-drivers who deny rides to passengers.
An autodriver who did not want to be named, admits he usually skips short trips hoping that he will get a long trip.
The supply was affected after one of the five Water Authority pipelines which caters to the drinking water needs of the inmates of the zoo, developed a technical snag.
Vasudeo Suryavanshi was arrested recently by the Maharashtra ATS in connection with the murders of Narendra Dabholkar, Pansare, Kalburgi and Gauri.
Following the Enforcement Case Information Report filed by the agency, Shivakumar and his associates are expected to be summoned to Delhi for questioning.
Inter Milan -- who last won the trophy in 2010 under Jose Mourinho -- were returning to Europe's elite event for the first time since 2011-12.
The central probe agency, in the past, has attached assets in Australia and the United States of America (USA) as part of its PMLA probe in other cases related to frauds.
In the previous hearings in the case, none of the 13 Pakistan nationals appeared before the special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court to depose as witnesses despite being summoned.