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Panshet Temghar and Varasgaon. unaided colleges will be able to hike fees by 25 per cent. The last fee hike approved by the varsity was in 2008 Following this the MU had formed a committee in 2012 under the chairmanship of its former pro-vice-chancellor Ashok Pradhan to review the fee structure of affiliated colleges The committee’s report was tabled at the management council meeting held in June 2013 for discussion The Pradhan committee recommended that basic infrastructure and teaching facilities human resources and financial transactions and even performance of institutions would be considered before they were allowed to hike fees Soon after the Pradhan committee’s recommendations MU formed two new fee regulatory committees which comprise a representative of principals teachers office-bearers of electoral constituency a representative of college management a chartered accountant and a representative from the university While one of the two committees was headed by pro-vice-chancellor of MU the other one was chaired by the director of Board of College and University Development (BCUD) To be able to hike fees every college was required to submit a proposal to the two committees Dr Naresh Chandra pro-vice chancellor of MU said they were not imposing the fee hike “The idea was to allow it only in cases where there was a genuine need Earlier all the colleges were allowed to increase fees However many members of management council in the past one year suggested that only colleges which are performing well have NAAC accreditation the required infrastructure facilities and fulfill all the norms under Maharashtra University’s Act 1994 should be allowed to increase fees Colleges also have to cover up all the expenditures and have to pay their teaching and non-teaching staff hence we have to take wise decisions” he said “There is a misunderstanding that the committee’s recommendations will give arbitrary powers to the colleges to increase fees The rules will be stringent and will not be compromised” he told Newsline The opposition by the ministers has come as a setback to the varsity which is scheduled to consider the proposal soon mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Former Delhi stalwart K Bhaskar Pillai is being considered as a front-runner for the state Ranji team chief coach’s post and will face a tough fight from ex-India off-spinner Aashish Kapoor after a series of interviews were conducted by the DDCA Medium pacer Amit Bhandari could retain his position as the bowling coach Representational image AFP Five candidates who were interviewed for the post are Kapoor Bhaskar Bhandari Hitesh Sharma and last season’s coach Vijay Dahiya Each candidate was interviewed for roughly 20 minutes but Bhaskar who is a Delhi legend for his run-scoring prowess during the mid 80’s to early 90’s is being considered the dark horse He has coached Rajasthan senior team back in 2007 and scored 5443 runs in 95 first-class matches Among the five Kapoor has the best credentials with 128 first-class matches in which he got 398 wickets To top it he has played 4 Tests and 17 ODIs for India in the mid-90’s including the 1996 World Cup semi-final However what could go against Kapoor is that he has never played for Delhi in Ranji Trophy like the other four Unlike Kapoor Bhaskar knows Delhi cricket like the back of his hand Last year’s coach Dahiya is slightly lagging behind in the race as Delhi failed to qualify for the Ranji Trophy knock-outs Hitesh Sharma with six first-class matches was never really in contention with his only USP being an NCA Level-III degree Bhandari who has 314 wickets from 95 first-class games could come into the picture if DDCA decides on having two coaches Bhandari could well be retained as bowling coach then Nikhil Chopra Atul Wassan Vinay Lamba and Sarandeep Singh are in line to become the three selectors among four candidates Moscow: A billionaire real estate mogul his pop singer son and a music promoter A property lawyer Russia’s prosecutor general and a Russian-American lobbyist These unlikely figures have come to the fore as revelations that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign sought potentially damaging information in June 2016 from Russia about his opponent Hillary Clinton File image of Donald Trump AP In emails sent shortly after Trump secured the GOP nomination music publicist Rob Goldstone offered to connect Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr to Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya The emails show Goldstone telling Trump that singer Emin Agalarov and his father Moscow-based real estate developer Aras Agalarov had "helped along" the Russian government’s support for Donald Trump Goldstone also mentioned that a Russian prosecutor offered to provide the information on Clinton to the campaign Goldstone mentioned Russia’s "crown prosecutor" but may have been referring to Russia’s top justice official Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika the equivalent of the US attorney general A look at some of those involved in the email exchange and the meeting at Trump Tower that followed: Aras and Emin Agalarov Real estate tycoon Aras Agalarov 61 and his 37-year-old singer-songwriter son who goes by the stage name Emin both spent time with Trump in Russia after they bought the rights to hold the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow The event held at the elder Agalarov’s Crocus City Mall cost him $20 million he told The Associated Press earlier this year The son performed at the pageant and Trump went to his birthday party which coincided with the contest’s finale The future president also appeared in a music video with Emin while in town The elder Agalarov told AP that Trump "was thinking of building" a Trump Tower in Moscow and that they proposed a site "He was considering this but it didn’t come to signing any deals" Agalarov said When he returned to the US Trump tweeted to Aras on 11 November 11 2013: "I had a great weekend with you and your family You have done a FANTASTIC job TRUMP TOWER-MOSCOW is next EMIN was WOW" @AgalarovAras I had a great weekend with you and your family You have done a FANTASTIC job TRUMP TOWER-MOSCOW is next EMIN was WOW — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 11 2013 "Your performance at Miss Universe was fantastic – you are a STAR" he followed up in a tweet to the son a day later @eminofficial Emin your performance at Miss Universe was fantastic – you are a STAR — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12 2013 Emin a partner in his father’s real estate business responded: "Thank you so much for all your support You are a great Man" @realDonaldTrump Thank you so much for all your support You are a great Man #missuniverse 2013 in Moscow @crocuscityhall has set a new mark — emin-music (@eminofficial) November 12 2013 Although Aras Agalarov does not belong to President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle he has amassed numerous government contracts an indication of Kremlin patronage Putin has built a system in which the rich are expected to chip in for his pet projects in return for privileges in securing state loans or getting lucrative contacts The Agalarovs have built infrastructure for an Asian summit off the coast of Vladivostok in 2012 and are finishing two stadiums for the 2018 World Cup Emin Agalarov was married for several years to the oldest daughter of Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev and they had twin sons They were reported to have separated in 2015 Aras Agalarov tried to get Trump an audience with Putin in 2013 but the president cancelled the session the Washington Post reported instead of sending Trump a friendly letter and a lacquered box in appreciation Rob Goldstone The British-born Goldstone is the co-founder of Oui 2 Entertainment a Manhattan-based music management company that says on its website it has represented Michael Jackson and BB King among others The Agalarovs hired Goldstone to help with the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and Goldstone has worked with Emin Agalarov since then most recently organising a concert featuring Canadian musician David Foster in St Petersburg last year In an interview Monday with the AP Goldstone said he set up the 2016 meeting with Donald Trump Jr and said Veselnitskaya stated that she had information about purported illegal campaign contributions to the Democratic National Committee that she thought Trump Jr might find helpful Trump Jr agreed to the meeting Goldstone said and it was attended by Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and then-campaign manager Paul Manafort The day after Trump was elected Goldstone posted a photo on his Facebook page showing himself sitting next to Emin and Trump with the caption "The A Team — headed to the White House" Other photos that he has posted show that he was in Russia at least three times last year and twice in Azerbaijan the Agalarovs’ home country Natalia Veselnitskaya Veselnitskaya started her career at the prosecutor’s office in the Moscow region in 1999 but became known after 2001 for defending property deals that her opponents and activists labelled corporate land grabs In the deals run-down collective farms and bankrupt research centres were bought on the cheap or seized for expensive shopping malls residential properties and highways In Russia’s notoriously corrupt court systems good connections are important and she has them She is married to Alexander Mitusov former deputy prosecutor for the Moscow region and she has represented the family of Pyotr Katsyv vice president of state-owned Russian Railways and former transportation minister for the Moscow region In 2012 the respected Novaya Gazeta newspaper documented how Veselnitskaya her husband and the Katsyvs allegedly were involved in major corporate raiding cases She also represented Katsyv’s son Denis in a money-laundering case in Manhattan that was settled for $6 million in May three days before it was to go to trial The case was related to a $230 million Russian tax-fraud scheme that was brought to light by a whistleblower named Sergei Magnitsky who was arrested and died in a Moscow prison in 2009 An official Russian investigation of his death said he suffered a heart attack but a report by the presidential human rights commission found that Magnitsky was beaten and denied medical treatment In 2012 the US Congress passed the Magnitsky Act imposing sanctions on Russian officials involved in alleged human rights violations in the case Russian lawmakers responded by passed a measure that banned Americans from adopting Russian children Veselnitskaya helped promote a documentary that disputed the fact that Magnitsky uncovered the tax fraud and that he was beaten in jail Human rights activists dismissed it as an attempt to whitewash torture William Browder who led a campaign to bring Magnitsky’s killers to justice said Veselnitskaya ran "a fully funded operation" to promote the film and her client’s interests in the United States Veselnitskaya has denied having any compromising information about Clinton Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin does not know who she is adding that it "cannot keep track" of every Russian lawyer and their meetings in Russia or abroad Yuri Chaika Chaika the prosecutor general since 2006 is a longtime confidant of Putin and one of Russia’s most powerful law enforcement officials The Russian president nominates the prosecutor general who is approved by the upper chamber of parliament In Putin’s 17 years in power the chamber largely has been a rubber-stamp body In 2015 Russian anti-corruption crusader Alexei Navalny Putin’s most popular opponent published a damning investigation that detailed what he described as shady deals involving Chaika’s sons and other senior prosecutors It documented how the sons built a business empire on their father’s connections One son the investigation alleged was involved in business deals with the wives of Russian gangsters who terrorised a town in southern Russia until they were arrested and charged with killing a family of 12 in 2010 Despite evidence that local prosecutors had turned on a blind eye on the gang for years Chaika kept his job Chaika called the accusations false and accused Navalny of following someone’s "order" to discredit him Amid public pressure to investigate Chaika and his family Aras Agalarov was one of the few to spring to his defence buying a newspaper ad lashing out at Navalny and dismissing his findings as relying on "groundless accusations" Public calls to investigate or fire Chaika fell flat Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev suggested that going after Chaika and other officials would be tantamount to returning to the purges under Josef Stalin Several months after Navalny’s report Chaika was reappointed for another five-year term Rinat Akhmetshin Akhmetshin the Russian-American lobbyist who attended a meeting at Trump Tower last year is a former military officer who has attracted congressional scrutiny over his political activities and has been shadowed by allegations of connections to Russian intelligence Akhmetshin who denies these allegations confirmed his participation in the June 2016 meeting with Donald Trump Jr to The Associated Press on Friday A naturalised American citizen who has lived in Washington since the early 1990s Akhmetshin is known for having lobbied to weaken a US law levying sanctions on Russians and his name has also surfaced in lawsuits including one involving the hacking of a company’s computer systems Akhmetshin denied suggestions made in media reports congressional letters and litigation that he is a former officer in Russia’s military intelligence service known as the GRU dismissing the allegations as a "smear campaign" He told the AP that he served in the Soviet Army from 1986 to 1988 after he was drafted but was not trained in spy tradecraft He said his unit operated in the Baltics and was "loosely part of counterintelligence" Along with Veselnitskaya Akhmetshin is known for lobbying efforts to undercut the Magnitsky Act economic sanctions targeting Russian officials and individuals Early in 2016 Akhmetshin said he helped set up a non-profit foundation based in Delaware the Human Rights Accountability Global Initiative to lobby US officials in an effort to strip Magnitsky’s name from the law Several wealthy Russian oligarchs agreed to provide financial backing for the foundation’s lobbying Akhmetshin said providing at least $300000 Among them he said was Denis Katsyv Congressional lobbying documents show that the foundation spent $290000 last year on lobbying At least $10000 the records indicate was paid directly to Akhmetshin as a lobbyist Akhmetshin’s name has also surfaced in lawsuits including a New York court case in which a mining company branded him a "former Soviet military counterintelligence officer" and accused him of involvement in the hacking of its computer systems Those claims were withdrawn last year court records show a media-savvy ex-defence minister and former LDP member,” Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said. “The three were caught red-handed during the raid along with mobile phones, Tendulkar tagged Shah Rukh’s post and replied: "Zindagi me haar na hoti to koi kabhi jeet ta nahi aur kuch seekhta bhi nahi. Both parties reached compromise and no case was registered. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: April 20 2012 3:20 am Related News The four-storey Shital Fibers unit that collapsed late Sunday night with 22 machines operating inside its premises and more than 200 labourers working at all time was not registered even with the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) Post collapse and the massive tragedythe PPCB has sprung into action by slapping notices on the Vij group According to sourcesmost of the 14 units owned by Shial Vij did not seek clearance from the PPCBwhich is mandatory Be it be the C 112 Shital exportC 121 Shital Fibers Ltd Unit 2Shital Fibers Raja Garden GadipurShital Fibers A 17C 79 Shital Fibers (consent for which ended in 1999)C 80 Shital FibersShital International Unit 2 and others none had permission to operate We had served him (Vij) notices for some units in the past as well The areas where we missedwe are making sure that gaps are now filled We can serve notices to him under the Water Act and the Air Act In case the owners of the company fail to reply within the stipulated periodwe will seal the buildings? We are concerned with only the pollution part and most of the units owned by Vij fall in the green category. “These games in this period are not so real.Capt.

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