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If not for honeybees, The feeling of discomfort is mainly due to the humidity, Rajeev said Weathermen do not expect a significant change in weather conditions in the next few days The sky will be partly cloudy with maximum and minimum temperatures around 34 and 280C in the next two daysstated the IMD website For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 7 2012 3:00 am Top News Vivek top-scored with unbeaten half century (68 not out) as Aanchal International SchoolSector 41beat Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 8by 50 runs in boy’s Under-14 category in the UT Inter School cricket tournament played at GMSSS-32 on Saturday Aanchal International batted first and scored 105 for the loss of two wickets Vivek played a superb knock of 68 runs while Sahil contributed 11 runs In replyGMSSS-8 were all out for 55 runs in 113 overs Manigiri scored 27 runs Tarun took four wickets for seven runs In another matchMount Carmel SchoolSector 47registered an easy 30-run win over GMSSS-19 Mount Carmel-47 scored 98 runs for the loss of four wickets while batting first Saron top- scored with 20 runs Akashdeep took two wickets for GMSSS-19 In replythe GMSSS-19 team was restricted to 68 for the loss of four wickets Ramit bowled a superb spellas he claimed three wickets for seven runsto turn the tide in Mount Carmel’s favour In a match played at Government Model SchoolSector 19 GroundRyan International SchoolSector 49thrashed GMSSS-10 by 125 runs in a lop-sided encounter Ryan International-49 batted first and scored 167 runs Chasing the targetGMSSS-10 were all out for 52 runs in 14 overs In another matchSt Kabir SchoolSector 26humbled GMSSS-33 by eight wickets At the GMSSS Timber Market GroundVivek High SchoolSector 38registered a narrow 15-run win over Ankur SchoolSector 14Chandigarh Vivek School batted first and scored 76 runs in 20 overs In replyAnkur School were all out for 61 runs Meanwhilein the Under-14 football tournamentRyan International beat Saupin’s SchoolSector 32by a solitary goal by Rizul at the GMSSS Ground in Sector 22 Riding on Manbir’s superb braceGovernment Model High SchoolSector 36thrashed Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 19by 6-0 The others to score goals were SanjeevAnilKaran and Amritpal Hemant’s 32nd minute strike gave St Stephen’s SchoolSector 45a scratchy 1-0 win over St Xavier’s SchoolSector 44 In the Inter School volleyball tournament for Under-14-17-19 boys played at Sector 7 ComplexGMSSS-19 beat GMHS Manimajra 25-1925-1825-21GSSS-27 defeated GMSS-26 Timber Market 25-925-1025-7 (both Under-14)GMHS -38 got the better of GHS Kaimbwala 25-1518-2525-10Manav Mangal-21 beat GMSSS-16 by 25-1918-2525-21MRSSS-27 defeated GMHS-26 Panchkula 27-2523-2525-15 (under-17)DAV-8 squeezed past GSSS Kaimbwala 25-725-11SGGSCS-26 defeated GSSS-27 by 25-1325-1925-17GMSSS-32 prevailed over GMSSS-19 by 25-2026-24 (Under-19) In the Inter School hockey tournamentGMHS-42 thrashed DAV-8 by 4-0 in the final In a hardline matchGMSSS-44 humbled GGS Khalsa-35 by 3-0 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: February 9 2010 11:18 am Related News A policeman was killed when ultras attacked Sopore police station in Baramulla district of north Kashmir on Tuesday Head constable Mohammad Yousuf was entering the police station at 10:45 AM when militants opened fireDeputy Inspector General of Police (north Kashmir) Abdul Qayoom Manhas said The policeman died instantly in the firinghe said The militants fled when police guards retaliatedManhas saidadding a massive hunt has been launched to nab them The attack in the apple-rich Sopore55 kms from herecomes barely five days after militants killed two persons including a policeman in the town The militant attack sparked panic in the area as shopkeepers abandoned their shops and ran for safety Transport also came to a grinding haltofficial sources said Reinforcements of police and paramilitary carried out a thorough search operation despite incessant rains and snowfall Howeverno one was arrestedthe sources said Sopore has witnessed a spurt in militant activities since December last year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Winter Session of Parliament which began on 15 December 2017 amid much uproar over itsdelay is set to conclude on Friday During this period 24 legislative bills including the contentious triple talaq bill were introduced and/or passed by one or both the Houses Out of these 24 bills only three — Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Bill 2017 National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Second (Amendment) Bill 2017 and Indian Forest (Amendment) Bill 2017 — were introduced and passed by both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha during the 14-day session The Lok Sabha passed 14 bills during the Winter Session while the Rajya Sabha has passed only nine into law so far However before we move on to the important bills passed and issues discussed let’s take a quick look at how productive was this Winter Session According to data collated by Delhi-based think-tank PRS Legislative the Rajya Sabha had recorded a productivity of 72 percent in the Monsoon Session which concluded in August In the Winter Session the Upper House’s productivity has dipped to 54 percent Let’s take a look at some of the most important bills which were debated and issues discussed: Triple Talaq Bill Winter Session concludes on Friday but the fate of the controversial bill remains cloudedin suspense as the government virtually rejected an overwhelming demand from the Opposition for referring it to a Select Committee of the Rajya Sabha for detailed consideration on Thursday The Centre was quite sure that the bill will be passed this Session but by the look of it the bill which criminalises triple talaq might get deferred to the Budget Session The Opposition also refused to relent as Leader of Opposition and Congress MP Ghulam Nabi Azad said that the Bill was not fit to be passed as it as it would "finish off Muslim women" instead of "empowering them" File image of Parliament PTI The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill 2017 was introduced and passed in the Lok Sabha by the Minister of Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad on 28 December 28 2017 However when it was tabled in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday it did not see much debate or discussion as political parties indulged in a slugfest both inside and outside Parliament On Thursday the government tactically placed the bill in the bottom of priority in the list of business which the Opposition strongly objected to and demanded that its motions for referring the bill to a Select Committee be taken up first The business list had the Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Amendment Bill ahead of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill 2017 Even on Friday the GST bill tookprecedence over the triple talaq bill in the list of business to be taken up by Rajya Sabha The bill makes all declaration of talaq including in written or electronic form to be "void and illegal" It defines talaq astalaq-e-biddator any other similar form of talaq pronounced by a Muslim man resulting in instant and irrevocable divorce? 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