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papad and pickle.For non-vegetarians there is a chicken curry option Talking to The Indian Express reporters Tejas Deshmukh a constable whose family has shifted to his hometown after his father retired from the police force said “Usually I prefer having tea in the cafeteria As my family has shifted I have no other option than having food in the cafeteria Sometimes the food is unhygienic as I contracted jaundice and it almost took a month to get back to normal” Most of the policemen from Killa court or the chief metropolitan magistrate court prefer Shree Satyanarayan Hindu Hotel which is more than 50 years old to the relatively new government-owned Esplanade Cafeteria behind the Azad Maidan police station Esplanade Cafeteria which is at least 20 years old “is too expensive for policemen” said a bailiff outside the court who did not wish to be named “I usually carry a lunchbox from home which I finish before my duty starts We the policemen rely mostly on vada pav tea-biscuit We cannot afford to spend more on food” he said Ramu Tabiyad who has been looking after Satya Narayan Hindu Hotel for almost 20 years now said “A majority of the cops prefer tea and missal pav Ever since I started working here I have mostly seen cops coming to the hotel which is completely different from other hotels” The cafeteria with a little over-the-top prices runs on contracts A handful of the policemen could be seen having daal-chawal there Have a comment or suggestion for Police Diary Write to [email protected] with subject line:Police Diary For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Published: September 13 2016 2:06 am ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson (Source: Reuters) Top News The battle continues between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the International Cricket Council and a ‘verbal request’ has popped up as the latest issue On Monday during an interview with a television channel the ICC chief executive David Richardson claimed that BCCI president Anurag Thakur had “verbally requested” the world body chief Shashank Manohar to write a letter to the Indian cricket board citing the Lodha Committee recommendation of appointing a government watchdog – the CAG – and asking for clarification about whether it could be considered as government interference But Manohar refused to write the letter insisting that the BCCI should first write to the ICC seeking the parent body’s intervention The Lodha Committee has recommended the appointment of the CAG for the cricket board and all its state affiliates among various other recommendations most of which didn’t go well with the board and its affiliates The majority of the panel’s recommendations was accepted by the Supreme Court in its July 18 order Richardson explained the whole scenario: “The president of the BCCI Thakur did verbally request ICC chairman to write a letter to the BCCI asking the BCCI to explain whether the recommendations of Lodha Committee might constitute government interference Manohar said that the ICC should not write such a letter unless the BCCI first writes to the ICC requesting the ICC to intervene or that the ICC receives a letter from another of its members requesting it to do so; and no such letter has been received I understand Manohar is reluctant to interfere in domestic affairs of a member country” “He will not do so without being formally requested to do so by that member concerned nor is he prepared to put the ICC in a position where the ICC can be perceived as challenging the authority of the Supreme Court of India without being formally requested to intervene and especially without the full consensus of the ICC board Don’t forget that under the consequences of government interference it is possible for the suspension of the member board and nobody wants the BCCI to be suspended” Richardson told India Today The ICC had earlier invoked Article 29 of the ICC’s Articles of Association to pull up the Cricket Association of Nepal and Sri Lanka Cricket when their autonomy was undermined by the respective governments Shirke takes a dig at Manohar BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke however described Richardson as “hopelessly misinformed” while taking a dig at Manohar “Dave Richardson seems to be hopelessly misinformed Maybe he hasn’t been told that when the BCCI was fighting its case in the Supreme Court on the reforms of the Lodha Committee all the affidavits submitted by the BCCI had made a point about the likely disaffiliation from the ICC in case of government interference; and those affidavits were settled under the watchful eye of then (BCCI) president Mr Shashank Manohar He was also the chairman of the ICC then” Shirke told The Indian Express reiterating that no letter in this regard was written to the ICC On Saturday Thakur had unleashed a scathing tirade on his predecessor Manohar at a press conference in Delhi alleging that the new ICC regime was trying to completely sideline the Indian board and accused him of abandoning the Board when it needed him like the “captain of a sinking ship” It came on the heels of the independent ICC chairman’s interview with this paper in which he spoke about his duty to look after the interests of the ICC and all its 105 members and not the interests of an individual member country For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Published: July 5 2016 4:42 am 16 women who had been rescued and located to the facility in Chembur from various spas and dance bars had escaped on July 2 File Photo/ Agencies Top News The 16 women who fled from a rescue home in Chembur late Saturday night had been planning their escape for more than a week ago police have found out Moreover one of the inmates who did not want to escape had reportedly informed a caretaker of the home about her fellow inmates’ plans to flee police added On July 2 the 16 women who had been rehabilitated at the Kasturba Mahila Vastigruha after being rescued from bars and spas that had been raided on charges of immoral trafficking by at least four different police teams escaped by breaking a toilet window on the ground floor According to police the women’s escape came to light when the 17th woman was attempting to flee but was caught red-handed by officials of the rescue home who later took her to Chembur police station Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The night they escaped the electricity of the facility suddenly went off for about 30 minutes The power came back around 710 pm We believe that the women broke open the window that they had been loosening up for more than a week during the blackout The women used a bucket to climb on and slip out through the broken window in the wall” said Sunil Shinde sub-inspector Chembur police Shinde said the women under the pretext of washing their plates after dinner sneaked in to the toilet one after the another and had escaped Another inmate of the facility police said who was rescued by the Rabale police had told one of the caretakers that a few women were planning to break out “Officials at the rescue home did not pay heed to the warning We are also inquiring with them about the official measures they took to prevent such an escape” Shinde said Ashok Dudhe Mumbai police spokesperson said the women who have escaped have been booked for obstruction to lawful apprehension under The Indian Penal Code However not one of them have been traced as of yet “The police stations that had brought the women have been alerted and we have requested to visit the women’s home” Shinde added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 1 2016 2:31 am Top News AIDED schools that cater to more than 1000 slum children in Mankhurd have moved the Bombay High Court after the state rejected their request to allot them the land on which they have been running for over two decades The school trust that runs mostly from funds from bodies like the ONGC and HPCL has sought the HC’s intervention arguing that such a move would only jeopardise the future prospects of the marginalised students Siddharth Shikshan Prasarak Mandal through its schools — Padmini Gaikwad Primary School and Vidya Vikas Vidyalaya — set up in the 1990s got government recognition in 1997 and 2004 respectively While education is free in the Marathi and Hindi medium school students pay a Rs 200 in the English-medium school Share This Article Related Article Prior to the registration of the trust in 1989 the petition says the trust set up Balwadi services in Maharashtra Nagar Mankhurd that initially catered to 25 students As there was no school in the vicinity children of workers from marginalised communities either had to travel long distances or dropped out of the education system The trust claimed the land roughly 1500 sqm originally meant for school and since 1998 it had been seeking allotment of the land It said on an average 35 students from Vidya Vikas Vidyalaya appear for the Maharashtra state board examination annually The pass percentage is approximately 75 per cent compared to 64 per cent in government-run schools Contending that despite difficulties the education and support the school provides has ensured that students not only obtain a first class but some are also merit-holders “Students from the school have made careers in engineering and public services” the petitioner says The trust fears as a result of redevelopment the land will go into road development In another petition in 2008 the trust had sought the court’s direction to the civic body for allotment The HC had then ordered the civic body to decide on the issue within six months The trust said the municipal body tried convincing them to move to seven tenements which are a part of the redevelopment scheme Faced with rejection of its application in February 2014 the 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2017 5:21 pm Usain Bolt will hope to finish on a high at the World Athletics Championship in his last race before retiring.