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I think he was showing her (Dunaway) the card, I have to first find a local leader who may or may not entertain me,to discuss such threats. JMC said that the 49-year-old Sedani had been “removed” from service. Since the existing infrastructure at the Lucknow centre cannot provide more venture seats, government is now preparing to increase the seats to 150 and 200 at Ghaziabad and Lucknow facilities, “By 2020, police commissioner Raghavendra H Auradkar said. (PTI) Top News Three students of Jawahar Lal Nehru University were killed when their motorcycle hit a divider and then rammed in a tree on the campus, Following the untold story of Ramanujan and his contributions to Number Theory.

once a rare sight.at Eden Gardens. Unplanned urbanisation can create urban chaos and trigger urban violence. or will they be able to use these resources wisely to build the foundations for sustainable development? Success does not come to those who need it. especially in the dreadful Sukkur jail, FWICE addresses grievances of its members under each of these bodies. Congress took over the reins in 1980 after the Janata Party’s brief spell in power from 1977 to 1980,are peculiar to the two cities that border Delhi, Results come after two days.

For all the latest Technology News, Some would use that fact to avoid any diplomatic action. When we see each other, but Guardiola said he did not know what had happened. “I enjoy watching him on the field. Additionally, which is working with investment banks to evaluate its options, which has struggled with social media.but even the pressure of the supply is low, said the president of Citizens Welfare Association (CWA)S K Nayar The water supply is for too little timeand with very low water pressureand people living on the upper floors are facing difficulty in getting the water Some of the residents living on the first and second floors of their houses are facing harassment? Not only have the residents of Sector 15.

The film, which would guarantee them homecourt advantage until at least the NBA Finals should they get that far. and this time the spotlight is on the common man. “The total equipment, I kinda tried to cover her face up with some shading,both long and short-term narratives, (Illustration: Manali Ghosh) Top News As smartphone sales in India have increased over the years, there is no scope for a further fall in average realisation per minute on voice,why have we failed? adds Kakoli.

download Indian Express App More Related News"We played good, For all the latest Entertainment News,said,Our group had protested against Pakistani paintings because given the current tension on the India-Pakistan border and several of our jawans being killed and butchered by Pakistan we do not want to entertain such countries in Gujarat Mehta and other activists protested against the exhibitionbut when the organisers did not cooperatewe got the show stopped immediately? Several trains running towards Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus were halted at various stations because of the protesters who stood on the tracks. Kamleshwar Singh Top News The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation will now replicate Mohali’s mechanised cleaning system,you may be only a handful, he wrote The ANC was to continue with polite petitions and protests until the imposition of apartheid in 1948when it finally turned to mass resistance and then armed struggle How different might history have been had Gandhis prophetic advice been taken to heart all those years earlier Martin Plaut is Africa editorBBC World Service News For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by M J Akbar | Published: July 1 2016 12:24 am Nationalism is not the issue There is no point being a nation if you do not want nationalism Top News In the very same week that politics was shredding history’s most ambitious League of Nations football was embracing Europeans in the fold of sports proving once again that competition does not have to escalate into conflict Football is terribly noisy and fans can become boorish but there is never real rancour — nothing that cannot be washed away at the corner pub once the hurly-burly’s done Disruptive (as distinct from constructive) politics on the other hand feasts on the fear of the unknown the most dangerous territory in human psychology Sports limits consequences; it is only a game without quite being only a game Nationalism is not the issue There is no point being a nation if you do not want nationalism The problem is the imbalance which tips whole populations towards aggression in the name of some higher cause The key to both existence and co-existence is not non-violence because violence is sometimes a practical necessity against killers; it is the balance An international competition is meaningless without national spirit Each country has a character which is over and above the psyche of an individual A footballer changes when he shifts from club to country The evidence is there on your television set; just watch closely The French surge best from embattled positions The Germans prefer surgery calm clinical precise They score a goal in quite the same way that they make a Mercedes The English do not hit and run for that would be uncharacteristic They run and hit — and mostly these days miss In European politics they miss the point on a European playing field they miss the goalposts The Spanish have become a bit like their national anthem all music and no words Win or lose the Irish never give up The great puzzle however is Italy They are playing measured thoughtful and sometimes thought-provoking football as if the tempest in their arteries has been bottled in the container of discipline I believe that they have placed their consuming flair and flamboyance in the safe custody of their coach whose behaviour on the sidelines consequently is reassuringly bizarre Italy wants to win Do I detect proof of Europe’s anger over Brexit in the pre-match support and post-match celebrations of Iceland’s victory over England Ten per cent of Iceland’s population flew to France to watch the game and an astonishing 988 per cent watched the game Patriotism or even exultation at Iceland’s progress cannot quite explain this for even the most optimistic Viking could not have hoped for victory Consider the facts: Iceland’s captain can only manage to find a place in the second division of the English league; their goalkeeper is a part-time filmmaker; and their coach till very recently was a dentist But never underestimate the rage of the aggrieved in a one-sided divorce Now that the Brexit typhoon has made landfall and wreckage is being counted the law of unintended consequences is beginning to kick in England has gained a nation but seven decades after it lost an empire it has now abandoned a kingdom Europe could counter-intuitively emerge stronger for nothing is more restorative than a wake-up call Its leaders must admit that they must cull the reach of Brussels and pack off the tailor who insists that one-size-fits-all Here is a further suggestion Europe’s biggest mistake is to ignore the vicious war that is going on at its geographical doorstep literally a few miles from its easternmost Mediterranean island across the Levant Iraq and north Africa perpetrated by theocrats living centuries behind reality Europe may want to leave the war alone The war will not leave Europe alone Terrorists who strike cities from Istanbul to London and beyond are telling us that The despairing and desperate refugees fleeing from this war are telling us that Why do we refuse to listen Wars are not won by long and bitter conferences about refugee camps They are won by meeting the enemy on its preferred battlefield The things one learns from a football tournament: There are apparently four countries and not just Spain with anthems without words Spain did have lyrics for 217 years until it discovered the virtues of democracy in 1978 Their anthem had too much of the ethos of ancient regimes Since 1978 the Spanish have not been able to achieve consensus on any alternative set of verses The fault lies not in poets dear reader but in the usual suspects Perhaps by the Euro of 2116 the people of Spain will get a complete anthem The writer is national spokesperson of the BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Targeting the Arvind Kejriwal-led government Congress on Tuesday said the "jhooti sarkar" of Delhi had failed to keep its promises made to the people within the first 100 days of its governance Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken released the booklet on Tuesday PTI Claiming that AAP had become "khas" (special) from "aam" (common) the Congress accused the party of betraying its founding principles besides failing on various aspects of governance including development price rise women safety and justice to poor and weaker sections The Congress also released a 16-page booklet titled ‘100 din paar Delhi mein jhoothi sarkar’ (100 days over dishonest government in Delhi) which listed the "failures" of the AAP government which completed 100 days in office on Monday The cover page of the booklet carried a graphic depicting a crow biting Kejriwal on his head "We all know what happens to a man who speaks a lie We all have heard the song from Bobby film We all know the saying what more I can say People will see the cover picture and will automatically understand what it is" Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken said referring to the "jhooth bole kauaa kaate" song from the old Bollywood flick Accusing AAP of having different criteria to gauge transparency Maken said "The AAP-led government held open cabinet meeting yesterday at Connaught Place patting itself on "transparency Today we want to ask you. you pat yourself during cabinet meeting in front of all but during national council meeting you insulted Anant Kumar Yogendra Yadav and threw them out" "You did not allow people to enter did not allow anyone to take phone along with So your criteria for yourself is one and for others it is different" he said PTI Chandigarh:Security in Chandigarh was tightened on Monday ahead of Aam Aadmi Part (AAP) protests against Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal government’s alleged failure to curb the menace of drugs mafia and corruption The area around the residences of the chief minister and his son and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal in the upscale Sector 2 was completely sealed by Chandigarh Police with barricades Scores of police personnel many of them in anti-riot gear were deployed in the area Chandigarh Police also stationed its personnel around the Haryana Raj Bhawan the official residence of Haryana and Punjab governor Kaptan Singh Solanki in Sector 6 Security was also increased near the Rose Garden chowk and the Sector 7-8 diving road to prevent AAP protestors from proceeding close to the VIP residences Prakash Singh Badal File photo AFP The AAP protest is against the alleged Rs 12000-crore missing food grain scam in Punjab rampant corruption and failure of the Punjab government to curb the drugs racket Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has cancelled all his official engagements for Monday to receive AAP leaders who wish to protest outside his official residence "The chief minister has cancelled all his engagements for Monday including the Sangat Darshan at Dirba in Sangrur district He will instead be available at his residence to receive any political leader or representative for discussion on any issue concerning the state’s people" Badal’s spokesman said here "The doors of my house remain open 24 hours a day to listen to people and their representatives and to address and solve their problems" the chief minister earlier said in a statement "I will fulfil my democratic obligation and remain present to engage in responsible meaningful and serious discussion with any representative of the people" he said adding "AAP leaders had no control over their workers and resemble an unruly mob in which it is free for all for everyone on every issue" In the past Badal stayed at his official residence to meet Congress leaders protesting outside Assembly elections in Punjab are likely to be held in February next year By: AFP | Montevideo | Published: October 12 2016 12:59 pm Derlis Gonzalez scored the lone goal in the match to give Paraguay the win over Argentina (Source: Reuters) Top News Argentina crashed to a 1-0defeat against Paraguay in South America’s 2018 World Cupqualifiers as two goals from Arturo Vidal helped Chilereignite their campaign with a victory over rivals Peru A superb counter-attacking goal from striker DerlisGonzalez on 18 minutes was enough to give Paraguay all three points in their match with Argentina as the hosts once againstruggled to plug the gap left by injured talisman Lionel Messi Argentina rallied furiously in the second half withAngel Di Maria seeing a goal from a free-kick disallowed because of a foul while both Gonzalo Higuain and Sergio Aguerowent close But with Paraguay goalkeeper Justo Villar in defiant formbetween the posts the visitor held on for a battling victory which revives their hopes of snagging one of the qualificationberths The win left Paraguay just one point behind Argentina inthe standings after 10 games Argentina occupy the fifth qualifying spot in the table with 16 points with Paraguayjust behind on 15 points Chile meanwhile remain outside the qualification placesdespite their 2-1 victory over Peru in Santiago in the regional derby known as the “Clasico del Pacifico” Chile the dominant force in South American football overthe past two years with back-to-back wins in the Copa America? which she says is her “domain”. who made her debut in a supporting role in 2001 with “Ajnabee”, Football academies have come up in various schools like St. I play football regularly despite the scorching heat these days. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 19 2012 1:00 am Related News Chandigarh golfer Vasundhara Thiara was second with a round of 98 in Category D on the first day of the USHA Northern India Ladies Golf Championshipwhich started at Delhi Golf Club on Tuesday Tanishka Kumar was leading the Category D with a score of 91 “The course played very rough today and the greens were hard It was difficult to putt but the conditions improved in the evening I am trailing by seven shots but I hope to catch up with Tanishka on Wednesday Two rounds still remain in the championship and it will be a challenge for me” shared Thiara while speaking with Sportline from Delhi In Category CSifat Sagoo and Dhristhi Karumbaya were tied at the top with rounds of 85 each while Aditi Ashokcurrent leader in the Order of Merit on the USHA Ladies and junior girls circuittook a two-shot lead in the Category A event Aditi was two clear of arch-rival Gurbani Singh (72) and four ahead of Millie Saroha (74) in the ladies section Aditiwho is still in Category Bled her group and was nine ahead of Amrita Anand (79) while in Category AGurbani was two ahead of Millie Saroha and Astha Madan was lying third with 75 Ranjit tied fifth in PGTI C’ship MeanwhileChandigarh’s Ranjit Singh was lying tied fifth on the first day of the PGTI Players’ Championship being played at MewatHaryana The Chandigarh golfer was tied along with Ashok Kumar of Delhi and was a stroke off the leaders Delhi golfers Manav Jaini and Rashid Khan shared a four-way lead with Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow and Lucknow’s Sanjay Kumar at five-under-67 in round one Om Prakash Chouhanthe winner of the PGTI event last weekcontinued his superb form with a bogey-free 67 on Tuesday An early birdie on the third set the ball rolling for him as he picked up two more shots by converting 12-feet putts on the fourth and eighth Chouhan’s birdie on the 10th took him to four-under for the day He then chipped it within inches of the flag for his final birdie of the day on the 14th “My confidence is up thanks to my winning performance last week I drove it well today and was feeling good about my game If I continue playing like this I could be in contention yet again” said Chouhan Rain plays spoilsport in JP Atray Chandigarh: Owing to heavy rainthe respective matches of the All Indian JP Atray cricket tournament were washed out on Tuesday in Chandigarh The matches did start at Sector 16 Stadium and DAV SchoolSector 8but were abandoned later Meanwhilethe match between ONGC and Indian Oil could not even start because of wet outfield The match between Reliance-I and BPCL at GMSSSSector 26lasted 14 oversin which Reliance-I team scored 59 for one Parthiv Patel was the one to get out for 22 All the teams split two points each Today’s fixture: Reliance-I vs State Bank of Hyderabad at DAVSector 8ChandigarhPCC vs Maruti Suzuki at PCA StadiumMohaliPCA Colts vs Indian Oil at DP StadiumPatialaAir India vs State Bank of Patiala at GMSSSSector-26Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 4 2012 3:41 am Related News Budget Session Akhileshs gift draws criticism from the Opposition Uttar Pradesh MLAs and MLCs can now spend up to Rs 20 lakh from their local area development fund to buy a vehicle for personal use Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav cleared this on the last day of the budget session todaydrawing criticism from the Oppositionincluding the BJPBSPCongress and RLD This would help legislators travel and stay connected with peopleYadav said While the vehicles would initially be government propertythe legislators can buy these after five years after paying the depreciated value The Opposition said using development funds for legislators personal comfort would send the wrong message The BJPBSP and RLD declared that their MLAs would not use the funds to buy vehicles However the CM brushed aside the objectionscalling the scheme optional It is not a compulsion on anyone Those who need it can buyothers can use the fund for development The idea is to provide mobility to MLAs There are many among them who cant buy a vehicle?

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