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” she added. 1986’s Mouna Raagam follows the life of a woman torn between a haunting past and uncertain future. but is skeptical when those who test positive plead ignorance or accident.what changes were made to the banned list for 2016.said,but we are toying with the idea and most probably we will put up the portal soon, said Subrahmanianwho was in the city for a students competition on the pros and cons of the CVCs national anti-corruption strategy For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Tel Avivisrael | Published: February 9 2015 1:11 pm Top News After bursting onto the political scene with a surprisingly strong showing in Israel’s last election Yair Lapid said he was bound for the prime minister’s office But today the telegenic ex-anchorman actor and novelist hopes to avoid becoming another flash in the pan His fledgling party Yesh Atid or “There’s a Future” came from nowhere in the 2013 election to capture 19 of the Knesset’s 120 seats second only to the party headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu But instead of leading his largely secular and middle-class supporters into opposition to battle Netanyahu he cut a deal to join the prime minister’s government as finance minister — but also wilted his own grass roots support in the process On the campaign trail ahead of the March 17 election Lapid has dumped his previous brash talk of replacing Netanyahu as Israel’s leader and emphasizes he simply wants his party to retain enough votes to be a force in parliament either back in the Cabinet or in the opposition He’s hoping that voters forgive him for propping up Netanyahu and instead credit him as the man whose bitter breakup with Netanyahu’s Likud triggered this early election “It’s not about who I want to be it’s about what I want to do” Lapid told The Associated Press last week at a late-night Super Bowl party with supporters in a Tel Aviv bar Whether there’s a future for Lapid’s barely three-year-old party may seem like a local issue for Israelis alone But Yesh Atid’s tepid performance in opinion polls is dispiriting for the legions worldwide who want Israel to dump the internationally unpopular Netanyahu Many still see in Lapid the most charismatic face in a field cluttered with less-than-electrifying leadership candidates Having been fired as finance chief two months ago he now crisscrosses the country attacking Netanyahu with venom and confidence But he’s assailing every other major party too suggesting that his camp alone is untainted by criminality and corruption He uses dry humor to good effect “Listen to something amazing” Lapid tells the camera in his latest campaign ad “Of all the big parties in the Knesset — Likud Labor Jewish Home Shas Yisrael Beitenu — we are the only party the only one where none of its leaders or members have ever been investigated suspected of anything detained used the right to remain silent been indicted or sat in prison The only one I can’t believe I am listing this as an achievement” Analysts and opinion polls suggest Yesh Atid is on course to retain only around 10 seats still good leverage to join a potential coalition government with the current opposition leader Labor’s Isaac Herzog Lurking in the back of Lapid’s mind must be the fate of so many trendy centrist parties — including one founded by his own dad —that blossomed brightly and died just as quickly Lapid’s father former journalist Joseph “Tommy” Lapid led Shinui to a surprise 15 seats in the 2003 election but that party disintegrated within three years The Kadima party founded by former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as a centrist alternative to the stalwart Likud and Labor parties attained power on its first try in 2006 but soon it too exited the stage Lapid promises to be different A youthful 51 with silvery hair and a wide grin he leveraged his enormous popularity as a TV personality newspaper columnist and best-selling author to launch Yesh Atid three years ago on a platform promising economic relief for Israel’s beleaguered middle class He parlayed mass protests against Israel’s high cost of living into the 2013 election breakthrough Attracted by Netanyahu’s offer to serve as a reforming finance minister he soon discovered that the post came with budgetary handcuffs that made him incredibly unpopular: cutting spending raising taxes and confronting the money demands of the powerful defense ministry And as is often the case with new parties Yesh Atid lawmakers often came across as amateurs and Lapid was seen as having fumbled the rollout of low-cost housing his showpiece program Dov Lipman an American-born rabbi and Yesh Atid lawmaker said Lapid recognizes his party’s many mistakes in its first year of government — and bills this rocky start as a source of inner strength “We really believe that if we survived this one if we survived all these hits all the negativity and we come back strong we are off and running as a party and we will always be a part of the mainstream Israeli political system” Lipman said Supporters also point to the fact that in 2013 polls did not foresee the size of Yesh Atid’s breakthrough when a mass of undecided young voters came the party’s way Lapid hopes first-time voters again make him their choice and sells himself as the in-touch alternative to the 65-year-old Netanyahu At the Super Bowl party Lapid arrived after midnight to rousing applause and clad in a black leather jacket worked a bar filled with American-born potential voters He took aim at the US cultural credentials of Netanyahu who with his Massachusetts Institute of Technology degree and strong American accent long has been considered to be Israel’s pre-eminent US-style politician Lapid dismissed Netanyahu as “an ’80s Republican” “I think he has lost touch with how America behaves today” he said “It is not the America he used to know” Some analysts think that to become prime minister someday Lapid must keep his party in opposition not propping up the next unpopular government Netanyahu remains the front runner in a tight race “The real test will be if he can go to the opposition gain some experience and establish himself as a real alternative for prime minister” said Maoz Rosenthal a political scientist at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya a college north of Tel Aviv “Nineteen seats are not realistic this time But if he can expand his base and rebuild himself in the opposition he could earn even more in the future” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest Ahmedabad News,Raju not only takes out time to play tennis everyday at the Asif Tennis Club in Hyderabad but also travels six months a year to different cities to play in the AISTA tournaments – alone. I-Vt. watches caucus returns in his hotel room AP Photo Related News Ted Cruz a fiery conservative Texas senator loathed by his own party’s leaders swept to victory in Iowa’s Republican caucuses Monday overcoming billionaire Donald Trump and Florida Sen Marco Rubio Among Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were deadlocked in a tight race Cruz’s victory was a harsh blow to Trump the supremely confident real estate mogul who has roiled the Republican field for months with controversial statements about women and minorities The victory in the first Republican nominating contest ensures that Cruz will be a force in the presidential race for weeks to come – if not longer The first-term Texas senator now heads to next week’s New Hampshire primary as an undisputed favorite of the furthest right voters a position of strength for drawing in evangelical voters and others who prioritize an abrupt break with President Barack Obama’s policies Perhaps most importantly Cruz’s win denied Trump a huge opportunity to gain momentum heading into New Hampshire Trump parlayed his fame as a real estate mogul and reality television star into large rallies and national poll numbers that before Monday night had established him as the Republican front-runner The Iowa caucuses kicked off voting in the 2016 presidential race a tumultuous contest with unexpected candidates challenging both the Republican and Democratic establishments Candidates faced an electorate deeply frustrated with Washington While the economy has improved under Obama the recovery has eluded many Americans New terror threats at home and abroad have increased national security concerns Clinton the former secretary of state US senator and first lady had been expected to cruise to victory in Iowa and beyond But Sanders has appealed to the Democrats’ liberal base especially the young who are concerned about growing income inequality and the shrinking of the middle class Vote counts at the 90 percent point in tabulations showed Clinton and Sanders in a virtual tie Iowa has long led off the state-by-state contests to choose delegates for the parties’ national conventions Historically a victory has hardly assured the nomination _ Iowa accounts for only about 1 percent of the delegates who select the nominee But a win there or even an unexpectedly strong showing can give a candidate momentum and media attention while a poor showing can end a candidacy Monday’s contest offered the first test of whether Trump a reality TV star could turn the legion of fans drawn to his plainspoken populism into voters But he faced a tough rival in Cruz whose uncompromising and sometimes abrasive anti-Washington approach has antagonized establishment Republicans but excited conservatives who see politicians as unprincipled and ineffective In the state’s Democratic contest the tight race revived memories of Clinton’s disappointing showing eight years ago when Obama won the caucuses and ultimately the Democratic nomination and presidency Also read: 2016 US Presidential elections Iowa caucus: The First Vote Clinton has campaigned as a progressive who could get things done in a Washington split by an intense partisan divide But her familiar name and long resume aren’t necessarily advantages in an election year dominated by anti-establishment candidates Clinton has also been on the defensive over her use of a personal email account for official business as secretary of state raising questions about whether she mishandled government secrets and her overall trustworthiness The caucuses marked the end of at least two candidates’ White House hopes Former Maryland Gov Martin O’Malley ended his longshot bid for the Democratic nomination and former Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee dropped out of the Republican race Iowa is a contest of organization as well as popularity With votes being cast in about 2000 meetings across the state candidates not only had to win over voters but make sure their supporters turned up _ a much more difficult task than generating turnout for all-day primary voting “We knocked on 125000 doors this past weekend” Clinton told NBC’s “Today” show “Although it’s a tight race a lot of the people who are committed to caucusing for me will be there and standing up for me and I will do the same for them in the campaign and in the presidency” Sanders told volunteers and supporters: “We will struggle tonight if the voter turnout is low That’s a fact”’ A victory by Sanders in Iowa would give him momentum headed into the Feb 9 New Hampshire primary Sanders is expected to do well in New Hampshire which is next to his home state of Vermont But his long-term prospects remain questionable Clinton has a lead in national polls and is well-placed to win other states over the next month especially those which unlike Iowa have large numbers of black and Latino voters Some of the Republican candidates have been focusing more on New Hampshire than Iowa including Bush Ohio Gov John Kasich and New Jersey Gov Chris Christie While none is expected to do well in Iowa they are all hoping for strong showings in New Hampshire to keep their campaigns alive For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Published: March 5 2012 1:08 am Top News At 22he is a wizard at mathshas a stellar memory and sharp focus He could have been a sought-after corporate talent drawing a six-figure salary HoweverMunishri Ajitchandra Sagarji is a Jain monkwho renounced all worldly pleasures at the age of 12 On SundayMunishri held a demonstration of his skills in front of 3000 persons at Shanmukhananda HallSion In a single sittinghe memorised and recounted 200 items such as mathematical puzzlesnames of places or personalitiesfactual and philosophical questions and shlokas spoken or shown to him by the audience The parents who gave birth to a son like him must be very proud and great?By: Press Trust of India | Algiers | Published: 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