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IMB said "the Programme has broken free of its decade-long stagnation. which became the foundation to develop the India ‘Monsoon Travel Hotlist’ for this year, Anuj Dayal, ?Administrative and management proposals were approved by the Company’s Board of Directors in its meeting.Bhopal Mayor Alok Sharma Indore Mayor Malini Gaur chief secretary Anthony DeSa principal secretary to chief minister Ashok Varnwal and senior officers of the departments concerned were present on the occasion For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Published: November 12 2016 2:36 am Jammu: Vaishno Devi pilgrims showing demonetized 500 and 1000 rupees notes in Jammu (PTI Photo) Top News THE Valley is shut down with restrictions in the old city areas following a protest programme of separatists but that hasn’t stopped people from queueing up outside bank branches to exchange old denomination notes or withdraw money Despite assurances the ATMs are not working Just a few ATMs of J&K Bank at the busy Residency Road were functional and even these ran out of cash within a few hours following the heavy rush Outside the main branch of HDFC Bank on Residency Road despite the shutdown a queue of young and old were waiting for their turn at the counter The branch is in the heart of the city with its clientele being businessmen and service class people “Please exchange this Rs 500 note” pleaded a young man from the old city with a top manager Seeing the long queue the manager pulled five Rs 100 notes from his pocket and handed them over to the man “I had no money to buy groceries for the family This manager bailed me out I waited an hour for this small exchange” the man said The managers at the bank told The Indian Express that they have been told not to talk to the media but admitted that people are depositing old Rs 1000 and 500 notes in their accounts “There is no end to the long queues Due to the strike we are able to manage it For the time being the strike is proving a blessing in disguise’’ said one of the managers “We are trying to manage And hopefully by evening all our ATMs will start working’’ The manager said that but for the strike the situation would have been different “We are trying so that no one returns without exchange from this branch So far only a few businessmen have come with cash deposits maybe in the coming days the rush will increase’’ one of the managers said “I live 7 km away I had been waiting since morning to deposit my Rs 1000 notes The bank opened late and they are saying I cannot deposit notes without ID proof I say check my signature on the deposit form after all I have an account in this branch” said Altaf Hussain who owns a grocery shop in Lal Chowk For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Attari (amritsar) | Published: October 25 2012 7:21 pm Related News A Mumbai-based software engineerwho claimed to have inadvertently crossed to Pakistan in 2007 by Samjhauta Express while he was suffering from depression and was jailed there for five yearswas today repatriated 32-year-old Bhavesh Parmara resident of Ville Parle area in Mumbaicrossed over to India from the Zero line here and was received by his mother Hansa Kanti and Mumbai MLA Krishna Hegde who helped the family to take up the matter of his repatriation with Indian and Pakistan governments After having spent five years in detention in Pakistan’s Kot Lakhpat Jail at LahoreBhavesh was given Emergency Travel Certificate by the Indian Embassy in Islamabad to enable him to return to India Narrating his ordealBhavesh said “I was detained in Kot Lakhpat Jail after being convicted under the Foreigners Act for want of mandatory travel papers “I had slipped into depression after the death of my father due to cancer and don’t know how I reached Amritsarboarded the Pakistan bound Samjhauta Express train and landed in Pakistan territory” “I don’t know when I boarded in the Pakistan Bound Samjhauta train and went into deep sleep I got up when Pakistani officials shook me up after the train reached Pakistan and only then I realised that the train I had boarded was going to Pakistan”said Bhavesh Till 2008the family was unaware of his whereabouts until the special branch of Mumbai Police notified them that he was lodged in Pakistani jail “Ever since Bhavesh went missing in early January 2007the family had not spoken to him him I heaved a sigh of relief when I learnt about his releasebut I am still awfully worried about his mental health and speedy recovery” Hansa told reporters at Attari border She said that she has no idea whether his son was ever extended psychiatric treatment during the detention period in the Pakistan She said Bhavesh was depressed after the death of his father and had left home in a disturbed state of mind He had also left his job in a multi-national companyshe saidadding that she had spent very tough five years alone in their flat in Mumbai in the absence of her son Hansa and MLA Krishna Hegde pursued the case with Indian and Pakistani authorities for repatriation of Bhavesh whose prison term ended in July this year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Srinagar | Updated: November 15 2016 5:16 pm Girl students click pictures of the icicles hanging from branches of trees on the first day of Chillai-Kalan (The 40-day period of harshest winter in Kashmir ) at Kashmir University Campus in Srinagar (Source: PTI) Top News Most places in Kashmir division continued to experience sub-zero temperatures as the cold is slowly tightening its grip with the summer capital Srinagar witnessing the coldest night of the season so far Srinagar experienced the coldest night of the season so far as the minimum temperature went further down from the previous night’s minus 19 degrees Celsius to settle at minus 23 degrees Celsius an official of the Met Department in Srinagar said Watch What Else Is Making News He said the night temperature in the city was continuously on a decline since the last few days and the drop in the night temperature is attributed to the continued dry spell in the Valley There was very scant rainfall over the past two months due to which the days remain warmer while the night temperature continued to be on a decline Leh in frontier Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir was the coldest recorded place in the state as the night temperature plummeted to minus 85 degrees Celsius The official said Kargil town also in Ladakh region recorded the low of minus 65 degrees Celsius The hill resort of Pahalgam in south Kashmir recorded a minimum of minus 40 degrees Celsius making it the coldest place in the Valley he said The famous ski-resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir registered the low of minus 16 degrees Celsius Kupwara in north Kashmir recorded minus 18 degrees Celsius while Qazigund in south registered the low of minus 20 degrees Celsius Kokernag in south Kashmir was the only recorded place in the Valley where the minimum temperature remained above the freezing point at 02 degrees Celsius the official said The MeT office has forecast mainly dry weather for the next 24 hours and the night temperatures are expected to fall further For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News he rushes from the goal mouth.

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