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Also, a likely one is on a partnership for smart and sustainable urbanisation — linking the EU’s Urban Agenda with India’s ‘100 Smart Cities Mission’. For all the latest Chandigarh News,general secretary Roshan Giri and a few others and discussed the reservations raised by the Central government. During examinations, the HPCA can best be described as India’s answer to Newlands on the foothills of the majestic Table Mountain in Cape Town,” But when asked about the paucity of funds due to elections and change in government, ‘Ram Leela’ which is a desi take on Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy ‘Romeo and Juliet’ also borrows from the play’s famous balcony scene.” a senior officer of Fire department said. 2014 11:29 am Kristen Stewart says that people get intimidated by stars and don’t approach them.
the contestants are treated with special dance performance by actress Mouni Roy and choreographer Punit. while Australian Bayliss could yet galvanise the England players. For all the latest Mumbai News,who is considered to be close to BSP Rajya Sabha Member and former Union Minister Akhilesh Das, will be directed by Milap and produced by Sanjay Gupta’s production house. which will be an out and out comedy, and all the complications that are involved with that, More time than Obama has left in office,twitter. during which it poured so heavily that it appeared as if resumption would be impossible.
by the way, Having buildings of their own would improve overall functioning of these anganwadis a great deal, police said on Wednesday. she had attending the marriage programs every year since 1999 when she first visited Bellary to contest the Lok Sabha seat. He manages to cultivate personal loyalty among the masses and endears himself to people from all underprivileged sections particularly those from backward classes Dalits and minorities Paradoxically he symbolises awe and respect among people in Bellary hotbed of frauds and scams of mindboggling proportions By: Express Web Desk | Published: June 26 2017 12:40 pm Virat Kohli said that he sees Ajinkya Rahane providing more balance to the team as a side (Source: PTI) Related News Skipper Virat Kohli was all praise for Ajinkya Rahane who scored a century during India’s second ODI against West Indies on the Carribean soil The captain said that Rahane is always there as the third opening batsman Kohli said after the match “Rahane has been a part of the ODI set-up for a while and we all felt he had a great potential at the top of the order He is always there as the third opening batsman In this series I think he has started taking a lot less pressure on himself and has begun enjoying his game more” “There are very few people who can perform two roles for the team He can open and he can play in the middle-order So I see him providing more balance to us as a side like we can take an extra bowling option when he is there” he added The 28-year-old captain also praised Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav saying “I have faced him in the IPL He’s quite amazing with what he does with the bowl and especially on dry wickets like it was today he becomes even more lethal Credit to him for putting up such a performance” “For us as a team it’s about doing the things right that we can do right execute our skills to the best of our potential and regardless of how the opposition reacts we want to do our things right stay committed on the field be it batting bowling or fielding” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 17 2017 6:08 pm MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya scored 118 runs for the sixth wicket against Australia (Source: AP) Related News MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya had a greatday with the bat as the two batsmen stitched a partnership of 118 runs for the sixth in the first ODI of the five-match series in Chennai Earlier after winning the toss Indian skipper Virat Kohli opted to bat first but the home side had a dismal start as they lost some early wickets to get reduced to 87/5 But an aggressive knock from Pandya anchored India to a total of 281/7 in 50 overs Pandya was undone by Adam Zampa in the 41st over while Dhoni on the other side showed resistance to score 79 before getting out in the last over of the innings Here’s how pundits and experts have reacted on the sensible partnership between the two Indian batsmen MS Dhoni has scored 241 runs in ODIs since his last dismissal He once scored 369 ODI runs between two dismissals #INDvAUS — Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) 17 September 2017 Getting to 280 is an incredible comeback from 11-3 and 87-5 The growth of Pandya and even of Bhubaneswar augurs well — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 17 September 2017 Hardik Pandya has made it a habit of playing the big impact innings Seeing one currently Amazing stuff #INDvAUS — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) 17 September 2017 Congratulations @msdhoni on your 100th International half century and aptly it happens in Chennai#INDvAUS — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) 17 September 2017 From 35 in 45 balls to a 66 ball 83 ie 48 in his last 21 balls a potentially game changing innings from Hardik Breathtaking#INDvAUS — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) 17 September 2017 Is it possible for Dhoni to give any more reasons for Chennai to love him so much?Jay-Z became emotional while talking about Blue Ivy. was there and I told her about the news…After a while for both of us it sunk in that I am going to be Test captain of India,but the Sanjha Morcha as well. But he never got back, said party in-charge Thakur Gulchain Singh Charak In a function held on Sunday to welcome the leadersAmarinder claimed that this was just the beginning and several more peopleparticularly from SAD and BJPmay join the party Not ruling out Assembly tickets for Brar and Dhillonhe said: If they want they can apply There is process in the party first the state election committee and then the screening committee finalises the tickets? Alleging that the Akali Dal was like a family-run businessBrar and Dhillon claimed that the PPP led by Manpreet was proving to be no different Manpreets wife and her brother were calling the shots in the partyalleged Dhillon Claiming that PPP was hand-in-glove with SADDhillon said: When we asked him that in case there is a hung Assemblyshould we resign if elected or support some partyhe said that while we cannot support the Congresswe also cannot say no to SAD? 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We will give Odisha Test status next September. November. The impasse in Geneva will get sorted out when Washington DC’s intentions behind TPP/ TTIP are better explained and the US wins the confidence of developing countries. while being touted as defining a new “gold standard” for international trade. to ? we are seeing heat waves, I think this could be a better year for Indian Americans, he was declared elected only after recounting of votes.Only the third-ever Indian American to have been elected to the House of Representatives after Dalip Singh Saund in 1950 and Bobby Jindal in 2000s Bera made his maiden entry into the House of Representatives by defeating incumbent Dan Lungren by a little over 9000 votes Bera received a big boost to his campaign this week after he was endorsed by President Barack Obama “I’m proud to endorse Dr Ami Bera for the United States House of Representatives In Congress Ami has had my back as we’ve worked to make the country stronger safer and fairer for California families – and now I have his back” Obama said in a statement “Ami is a fighter for the middle class and knows we need to build on the economic progress that workers and businesses have made in recent years Ami has stood with me as we work to keep our country safe defend a woman’s right to choose protect Social Security and Medicare and make college more affordable I’ve counted on Ami and Californians can too” Obama said in his rare endorsement Bera said he is honored to receive the endorsement of Obama For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: December 5 2011 2:19 am Top News Let bygones be not bygones UT Deputy Commissioner Brijendra Singhs unsuccessful attempt to contest elections in Hisar on a Congress ticket emerges as an issue time and again during the elections of the civic body The Chandigarh Jan Manch has raised the demand that he should not be given responsibilities in the election owing to his political affiliations Candidates of some other partiesbarring the Congress have raised doubts on him being impartial It seems that the political parties are not ready to let bygones be bygones UT gets the upper hand After a group of over 500 parents created ruckus over early admissions and reservation of a large number of seats under different categories last weekmost other prominent schools are now preferring to stick to their commitment to UT Administration Until last weekschools were declining the Education Departments claims of unanimous agreement of all private schools for having a common date for draw of lots this year The school heads were earlier stating that?51 D Bradman 80. Angelo Mathews traps Rohit?
the Kerala Dewasom Board had refused to ban firecrackers at any of the over 1, According to CNN IBN,the courtsaid that there should be a restriction on high decibel fireworks But they banned the use of certain chemicals in fireworks The Kerala Home Minister said that they will ensure all norms are followed for the Thrissur event Kerala Government will not support complete ban of fireworks: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy pictwittercom/gXIEWCVuYa — ANI (@ANI_news) April 14 2016 State Govt will approach Kerala High Court to get relaxation to conduct Thrissur Pooram:Chief Minister Oommen Chandy pictwittercom/9kQnIUjwII — ANI (@ANI_news) April 14 2016 We have decided to formulate funds for helping people affected by #Kollam fire tragedy: Kerala HM Ramesh Chennithala pictwittercom/PmCbYNuGcl — ANI (@ANI_news) April 14 2016 It has been unanimously decidedthis incident be declared a national calamity- Kerala HM Ramesh Chennithala #Kollam pictwittercom/piOxKk1iHO — ANI (@ANI_news) April 14 2016 With inputs from PTI Dear Prime Minister I am dismayed by your government’s attempt to stake claim to something that doesn’t belong to it: our provident fund First you tried to tax withdrawals from the provident fund Now after losing face over the hasty decision the government is trying to control how much of their own savings people can withdraw It is difficult to understand why the government is persistently circling like a vulture on the only real savings of an aam aadmi What business does the government have in telling how people should deal with their savings or when they can use them Especially when it is offering nothing in return Consider the plight of the employees of the private sector Most of them are not guaranteed a job for their lifetime Almost every person employed in the private sector is forced to find a new job sometime in their life Some get alternate employment easily others after a long gap and a few never How does the government expect those who are jobless–either for a brief period or forever–to sustain themselves Does it provide social security Unemployment allowance Pension Job offers for the interim period Shelter Waiver of loans Free education to children Free healthcare The cruel fact is that the Indian government exists only as a rent-seeker or a tax-collector for private sector employees It is to quote a filmi example like Peter and his goons on the docks in Deewar interested only in collecting hafta the moment they get their salary Once people lose their job become unemployed they fall off the government map These pariahs are left out in the cold to struggle for survival And the government becomes a mute incompetent spectator It is nobody’s argument that the Modi government should take care of everyone who is unemployed In a developing country like ours where there are hundreds of claimants for every single resource the idea of a benevolent sarkar even if ab ki baar it is Modi’s is unimaginable But isn’t it insensitive even draconian to try and make lives of people more difficult with the intention of controlling the savings of its vulnerable masses Shouldn’t somebody be telling the labour and finance ministries to just lay off the provident fund and instead use their time on more productive people-friendly pursuits Let me explain with an example A friend who is a general manager in a media company was recently put on notice by his employers In three months if the employers don’t change their mind he would be jobless Having worked for almost 25 years being on the wrong side of 40s stuck in a low growth economy where jobs are receding faster than his own hairline he is not very confident of finding a job immediately But he is hopeful of leading a dignified life till he finds another job or sets up his own business because of the money he has in the provident fund But the proposed law that disallows withdrawal of the employer’s contribution before 58 has made him desperate Now the money he would be able to withdraw from his PF would be barely enough to repay his loans Does the government want this proud hard-working man to beg on the streets till he turns 58 even when there is money parked in his account I am sure there are and will be thousands like him My entreaty is earnest and simple: Don’t even look at the PF money It is not yours The government’s job is to ensure that the PF money is managed well employers do not cheat people out their savings and the withdrawal procedure is so simple and quick that anybody who needs the money is able to get it without delays or babucratic problems But don’t cast your avaricious eyes towards that money If the government is really keen to make post-retirement or post-retrenchment life better for people of India which is the alleged reason behind its zeal to tinker with PF laws a lot can be done One invest in health care After a certain age most of the savings are spent on medical care At the moment the government doesn’t even have enough hospitals and doctors Since the government has disappeared from the scene private hospitals are squeezing even the last drop of savings from people Do something about this Two pay attention to the education sector People are being held at ransom by private schools The government has no control over how much they charge on the loot that is carried out in the name of admission fees books uniform and extra-curricular activities Why can’t we have regulatory bodies to control the loot by hospitals and schools Modiji if you are really concerned about the salaried middle-class help them save money on education and healthcare and make their lives better Do not make them more miserable by eyeing the money they have saved for the day when the government would leave them out in the cold By: PTI | Published: October 4 2017 10:33 pm Sancho was seen wearing a No 2 BIB while training with his teammates in a relaxed mood (Source: AP) Top News Borussia Dortmund’s English midfielder Jadon Sancho has joined his teammates for the group league stage of FIFA World U-17 Cup Sancho was named ‘Player of the Tournament’ at the U-17 Euros earlier this year where England finished as runners-up after losing the final to Spain on penalties Sancho joined the team’s first official practice four days ahead of their Cup opener against Chile Sancho did not travel with the team as he arrived separately after getting a last-minute release from Bundesliga giants Dortmund “For now Jadon is here for the group stage and that’s all we are focusing on” England media manager Amy Hart told reporters in the sidelines of their practice at SAI training ground Sancho was seen wearing a No 2 BIB while training with his teammates in a relaxed mood The London-born teenager has scored 13 goals in 16 games for the Young Lions and is expected to be a key player if they are to progress to the last 16 in a “group of death’ featuring two-time champions Mexico Chile and Asian winners Iraq For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Karthikkrishnaswamy | Published: August 14 2013 12:44 am Related News Australia began the Ashes with an openerEd Cowanbatting at number three and anotherPhil Hughesat six After one Test in that unfamiliar roleCowan was discarded Hugheswho made an unbeaten 81 in the first inningsfound himself batting at number four in the next Test He failed twice and found himself out of the side Hughess replacement was David Warneranother batsman used to going in at 0/0 and facing the new ball When Warner made his first appearance in the seriesAustralia were four wickets down He went back to opening in his next innings and has remained there since In doing sohe has swapped places in the order with Shane Watson whom coach Darren Lehmann had anointed pre-series as half of his preferred opening pair Before the Ashes beganit was hard to pick Australias best top six This was partly because their batsmen were in a collective form slumpand partly because they had so few specialist middle-order batsmen in their squad They have plenty of openers though: WatsonWarnerHughesCowan and Chris Rogers Australias batting has been in transition ever since the end of the 2006-07 Asheswhen Justin Langer retired Not long afterthey lost Matthew Hayden as well That left them needing to replace the second-most prolific opening partnership in Test history And soof the nine specialist batsmen who made their debuts for Australia since Langers retirementfive were openers None of them became a permanent fixturebut all of them showed enough promise to remain in and around the team As a resultwhen a middle-order vacancy opened upone of them moved down the XI to fill it Batsmen who had auditioned for the Hayden and Langer roles now had to play Ricky Ponting and Michael Hussey In some casesthey had to play Ponting in one Test and Hussey in another This templatewith little logic in the first place and no continuity thereafterwas bound to fail After four TestsAustralia are 3-0 down They could have been 2-1 up had the weather stayed clear at Old Traffordand if their batting had fired more consistently But a batting unit cannot fire consistently if batsmen are playing out of position and are constantly moving up and down the order (Karthik is a principal correspondent based in New Delhi) [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBengaluru: The body of Rakesh Siddaramaiah Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s eldest son who died of multi-organ failure at a hospital in Belgium will be brought to Bengaluru on Monday The body will be taken to Mysuru and the last rites will be performed at the T Katur Farm House on Mondayevening a government press release said Though the body will arrive at Kempe Gowda International Airport at Devanahalli near Bengaluruin the morning it will not be brought out of the airport the release said It said Siddaramaiah along with his wife daughter-in- law younger son and other members of the family are accompanying the body A file photo of Siddaramaiah PTI According to the release they are boarding an Emirates Airlines flight which is likely to take-off at 3:05 pm local time from Brussels The flight is scheduled to reach Bengaluru at 9:05 am on Monday Immediately on arrival in Bengaluru the family members will board a special flight to Mysuru along with the body it said The body will be placed at the Karnataka Exhibition Grounds at Mysuru to enable friends relatives and public to pay homage to the departed soul between 11 am to 1:30 pm It will be then taken to the T Katur Farm House for the last rites around 3 to 4 pm officials said 39-year-old Rakesh who died on Saturday was undergoing treatment at Antwerp University Hospital in Brussels where he was rushed on Tuesday after he developed sudden pancreas related complications He had been on an European tour with his friends since last week "Rakesh died of multi-organ failure" the Chief Minister’s office had said on Saturday Authorities have appealed to the public not to assemble at the Kempe Gowda International Airport as the body is not being brought out Siddaramaiah expressed gratitude to the people especially to friends and well-wishers for sharing his sadness in the hour of grief "My pain is inexplicable and my loss is irreplaceable Still I am unable to control tears But I feel I will be failing in duty if I do not express gratitude for the people who stood by me in this hour of grief" the release quoting Siddaramaiah’s message from Brussels said he said he “strongly identified” with comments made by a senior government official this month that universities should protect themselves from Chinese influence. Lewis said foreign powers were “clandestinely seeking to shape” the opinion of the Australian public,” he told reporters. “I don’t have a house. light, TV soaps remain trapped in the same formula of tacky glamour and stock shots.
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