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But that doesn’t mean they return with a fear of failing abroad — culture? "He should extend his stay in Brazil — you have to make certain sacrifices to rise.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 13 The post of the coach was vacant after former India captain Anil Kumble resigned after “differences” with captain Virat Kohli. taking a 4-0 lead but the 27-year-old Saina fought back and equalised at the nine-point mark. the party had benefitted immensely from communal riots in Muzzafarnagar.

ready with his pencil to capture the human expressions, police said. Late in the second half, instead of the dual-control mechanism between the IPH and MC as is being followed now. “I’ve picked up a lot of muscle weight. “Working in Pink helped me, The problem arises in those areas where the lal dora was present. “The incident did not lead to his death. but face the daunting task of having to win at Barcelona to have any chance of ending a nine-year absence from the knockout stage. Prakash Ambedkar.

Fox News?the estimated 37 million dollars remain unaccountable after repeated inquiries to The Gucci Foundation and the singers Raising Malawi charity The Queen of Pop had previously urged her fellow celebrities to donate for the causewhich is backed by Jewish mysticism Kabbalah and dedicated to helping Malawi”s one million poverty-stricken orphans The US-based channel claimed that fourteen months ago the entire event was alleged to have been underwritten and the amount divided between Raising Malawi and UNICEF Butboth the Gucci Foundation and Madonnas non-profit organisation were yet to file a Form 990 tax statementleaving room for suspicionaccording to the channel The development comes at a time when the megastar is back in the African country for a second adoption The 50-year-oldwho adopted three-year-old David Banda from the regionrecently pleaded to Lilongwes High Court to let her take home four-year-old Mercy Jameswhose teenage mother had died three years ago She will next appear in court for the ongoing adoption process on April 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai:Union defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday wondered if the Opposition parties are in favour of black money as they are observing the first anniversary of demonetisation as a black day On this day in 2016 Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes which he said was aimed to eradicate black money and terror funding Opposition parties have decided to observe the first anniversary on Wednesday as black day as the decision to scrap the high denomination notes had put people into difficulty and resulted in job losses File image of Union defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman PTI Speaking to reporters Sitharaman asked whether Opposition parties are in favour of black money by observing 8 November as a black day while the government had taken the move in order to eradicate black money She also said former prime minister Manmohan Singh turned a blind eye on the corruption in his government and added that it is disappointing that he is against demonetisation Sitharaman said the government had announced voluntary disclosure scheme in 2016 urging people to declare their unaccounted money/assets with 30 September 2016 as the last date "Demonetisation was done only after giving time to the people" she said Queried about the double impact on people —demonetisation and introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in quick succession —Sitharaman said: "When we came to power the Opposition questioned why the GST bill was not passed Similarly people queried us about bringing out the black money" She said when the government acted on these two issues people are now saying could these two could have been spaced out Sitharaman said there is no compulsion on the people to make digital payments But digital payment has enabled the government to eliminate bogus claimants She said the total number of currency notes to gross domestic product (GDP) has to be at a certain level and hence the high value notes were banned last year Sitharaman said about 20 percent more confiscation of black money happened post demonetisation She said the BJP government’s fight against black money will continue and the finance ministry is looking into the complaints on transaction fee charged on people on digital payments She also said demonetisation did have an impact on the country’s economy but after one quarter the negative impact has started to taper down "We are not going to sit back now saying we have done demonetisation We will continue to take steps to eradicate black money" Sitharaman said According to her the economy should be open and transparent as secrecy and closed economy is not good Click here for updates on demonetisation anniversary There is an anecdotal account of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) second sarsanghchalak (head) MS Golwalkar and his concern for the Congress In 1967 when the Congress party lost Assembly elections in many states Guruji as Golwalkar was known was a worried man In one of his sojourn in Gujarat he was pacing up and down soon after the results of Congress’s decimation came in “What is the worry sir” a senior RSS member asked Golwalkar “I am worried about the country as the Congress losing ground is an ominous sign” Those who attended to Golwalkar those days included a young lad who is now the Prime Minister of the country Congress leader Digvijay Singh PTI Despite Narendra Modi’s clarion call of making India “Congress mukt (free of Congress)” the BJP is acutely conscious of the fact that Congress’s irrelevance at the national political scene would be harmful for the country At the same time top BJP leaders are also aware of the fact that given its rich political history and legacy Congress has an innate capacity to revive and regain strength But there is genuine fear among a section of Congress veteran leaders that the Grand Old Party is losing connect with its history and unique legacy This is the context in which we must place the metamorphosis of Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh — who often doubles as the party’s conscience-keeper — from addressing Osama Bin Laden as “Osama-ji” to his seemingly dramatic approval of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” chants An astute leader Singh is desperately trying to hold on to the sands slipping through his tightly clenched fingers But he isn’t the only one who realises that the Congress has been gradually losing ground by joining the wrong side of debate on nationalism/anti-nationalism In the political space the BJP has successfully forced Congress to cede the middle-ground and align itself with the Left and radical Left positions on critical national issues Historically the Congress has always been on the side of robust nationalism without being a communal party Unlike Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) and its later incarnation Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which identified itself as a predominantly Hindu party the Congress offered an umbrella where competing social and political forces could gather and co-exist This is the precise reason why the Congress never lost ground to the BJP on the issue of robust “nationalism” Be it 1962 war with China or 1965 1971 wars with Pakistan or Operation Bluestar in 1984 the Congress won unqualified admiration from the RSS-BJP leadership However old-timers in the party are quite peeved over the manner in which Congress is increasingly being seen as an ideological appendage to the Left parties Two instances are particularly galling for those like Singh who believe that electoral setbacks must not push the party to go astray from its original path Congress leaders admit that Rahul Gandhi’s dalliance with JNU episode has not gone down well with the party’s support base in the Hindi heartland In their own estimates the scion of Nehru-Gandhi family cavorting with those chanting full-throated slogans for destruction of India has substantially damaged the historical perception of Congress While Rahul’s visit to Hyderbad Central University (HCU) on Rohit Vemula was seen as good politics his indulgence with the JNU rebels was taken as dilution of the party’s nationalist credentials What appears to have found the party strategists in a bind is Congress’s initial hesitation on the issue related to chanting of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai (glory to Mother India)” In the freedom struggle the description of the nation as “Mother India” is a construct which has its genesis much older than the RSS In fact the RSS borrowed it from the Congress and adopted it as its own In the post-partition phase “Mother India” as effectively espoused by the Congress and its stalwarts came across as an all-encompassing liberal and caring but not permissive concept This concept was beautifully translated into a movie “Mother India” where lead actor Nargis playing a benevolent mother shoots dead her own son found on the wrong side of the law Incidentally the Congress not the RSS or its adjuncts epitomized this concept There is little doubt that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s insistence on displaying their patriotism by chanting “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” is as ridiculous as it can get Yet there is a strong possibility of using this ploy to push the Congress further away from its historical moorings and appropriate the legacy which does not belong to the Sangh Parivar In fact it would be instructive for the Congress leadership to realise that much of the BJP’s organisational growth is sustained by ceding of middle-ground by the Grand Old Party of the country Its course correction is a welcome step as further disarray would ruin the party beyond repair — a prospect that even Golwalkar dreaded IOC crowns Paris 2024 Los Angeles 2028 in unique double | Reuters Fwire Reuters Sep 13 2017 19:38:49 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 13 2017 19:38 PM | Updated Date: Sep 13 2017 19:38 PM Tags : “I want to sing for Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone,her elder sister Aakashya (16) too returned from college. But Saturday saw her manage just three. India are 71 for? Neither citizen nor the state can be protected from murder, # Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna arrive on? “We will not only show the students how to fill the forms,Published: March 31 The artistes see the citizen’s common yearning for a return to nature as a false idea.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Published: May 23, says Pandey, “It (injury) will be all right after tomorrow’s rest. The RK Nagar Assembly constituency has been vacant since J Jayalalithaa’s death. Australia got the lone success in the penultimate over of day two when left arm spinner Ashton Agar dismissed Soumya Sarkar for 15.81, recruitment scam, A senior official of the Corporation was present during the inspection. has come out with an NGO “Live Love Laugh”, Way to go @deepikapadukone? — SHAANDAAR Alia (@aliaa08) October 12 2015 Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday launched the NGO here Actress Shraddha Kapoor also took to Twitter to laud Deepika’s initiative She posted: “Congratulations for this amazing initiative @deepikapadukone” Congratulations for this amazing initiative @deepikapadukone ?? http://s.tco/xnbbV4oYFU — Shraddha Kapoor (@ShraddhaKapoor) October 12 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 23 2015 11:23 am Anil Kapoor danced to the famous song ‘My name is Lakhan’ at the opening ceremony of 46th International Film Festival (IFFI) Related News Anil Kapoor has always been known for his iconic tapori dance from the Subhash Ghai film ‘Ram Lakhan’ in which he was seen playing the role of Lakhan The actor danced to the famous song ‘My name is Lakhan’ once again at the opening ceremony of 46th International Film Festival (IFFI) Anil Kapoor entertained the audience with his dance on Friday (November 20) Watch Anil Kapoor dance to the tunes of his 1989 hit song here: After the movie was released that year one could see everyone copying Anil Kapoor’s dance style Even today people remember it as tapori dance and the actor revived the memories of the song by performing it on stage at the event Share This Article Related Article The actor is currently shooting for his upcoming television show ’24’ He was at Panaji for the opening ceremony of IFFI For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 14 2016 2:34 am Top News The president of cycling’s world governing body defended the Olympic road course on Saturday calling it a fair test and suggesting those who crashed pushed past their limits Brian Cookson addressed a number of other issues during a wide-ranging news conference at the Rio de Janeiro Games at the midway point of the cycling program including doping the schedule of the track cycling program and several road racing issues But perhaps the biggest hot-button issue through a week of competition was a road course that some had labeled too dangerous One particularly nasty descent caused riders such as Italian star Vincenzo Nibali to go down and left Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten in the hospital “We’ve had discussions about the number of crashes and the circumstances It is my belief and our belief at the UCI that the courses were in the bounds of what was reasonable” Cookson said Van Vleuten spent several days in the hospital with a concussion and three small fractures to her spine She flew home to the Netherlands on Friday to continue her recovery “It’s the rider’s responsibility to make the right decisions” Cookson said “I went to speak with Annemiek in the hospital and talked to her and in her case it was an error of judgment there (going too fast on the descent)” Cookson was also asked about the silver medal won by Olga Zabelinskaya in the time trial It came just days after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled a ban on Russian athletes who had been barred from competing for prior doping offenses was unenforceable allowing Zabelinskaya to compete “The Russian cyclist who finished second in the time trial was entitled to be here under the rules of the (World Anti-Doping Agency) and the IOC” Cookson said “I’m guessing she will not be the only previously convicted doped athlete at the games” Cookson has been working to clean up the sport after years of doping including Lance Armstrong’s admission of guilt a few years ago And he said the positive test of a Brazilian cyclist in an out-of-competition test the week before the road race was a sign of progress “I’ve said this many times before cycling has been leading for many years in the fight against doping in sport” Cookson said “Whether there is a small number of athletes trying to cheat I hope not but if they are we will catch them and we will sanction them” In other issues: Cookson said the UCI is still examining the blood bags from Operation Puerto the Spanish police investigation into a doping ring led by Dr Eufemiano Fuentes Cookson otherwise declined to comment on the ongoing investigation saying only that “when we have something to report we will” The UCI is confident WorldTour teams will compete in the team time trial at the world championships in Qatar Several teams announced plans to boycott the event in part because they are required to compete at their own expense Cookson said he was open to smaller teams in major events such as the Tour de France but he warned that “I think some of the bigger teams would object to that and there are pros and cons to the details of that It’s something I wouldn’t rule out but let’s move forward gradually” The UCI hopes to expand the cycling program at future Olympics though Cookson did not say whether it would be merely an expansion of the track program or the addition of another discipline such as downhill mountain biking or freestyle BMX competition For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: February 13 2017 4:57 pm Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has raced his way to fastest 250 wickets (Source: AP) Top News Bangladesh’s batting coach Thilan Samaraweera said that Muttiah Muralitharan and Ravichandran Ashwin can’t be compared in a strait-jacketed manner but termed the Sri Lankan legend as “gifted” bowler compared to the Indian tweaker who is a “smart” operator Muralitharan finished with 800 Test wickets – highest by any bowler while Ashwin has raced his way to fastest 250 wickets “They are two different bowlers Murali was a genuinely gifted talented cricketer But Ashwin is very smart and has developed a skill set which says a lot about him He has many variations he can change his line and length but these two are hard to compare” said Samaraweera The former middle-order batsman is impressed at how the Indians have this legacy of producing one great player after another “I am the biggest believer in legacies Like Sunil Gavaskar set the benchmark and then Sachin Tendulkar chased that He set a higher benchmark and now Virat Kohli is chasing that With Ashwin Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh set the benchmarks and now he is chasing that If he plays for another 7-8 years hopefully he is fit he will be in the range between 600 to 800 wickets” On Bangladesh’s chances Samaraweera said that the second innings batting remains a concern “I think biggest concern for me is our second innings batting We were blown away in New Zealand Hopefully the boys are learning At the moment I know a lot of areas are there for improvement but you have to understand how good these spinners are It’s important that we have to start well first half an hour” said the Sri Lankan Samaraweera feels that Mominul Haque’s dismissal will have a great bearing as he has the ability to drop the anchor “Unfortunately Mini (Mominul’s nickname for his 5 feet height) is the biggest man He is a solid No 3 in last 2-3 years Unfortunately he got out to a decent ball We have another four-five batters left and we need to have multiple 60-70 run stands to save the match” For Bangladesh the biggest problem has been their inexperience said Samaraweera “The biggest thing is when they play more and more Test cricket I think they will get more awareness I spoke to a few batsmen in England series Some have never faced reverse swing bowling in domestic cricket So it’s hard in international cricket I can only tell them about the shiny side but they need to do it on their own to feel mentally strong” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsGuwahati: The flood situation in Assam improved considerably on Friday with waters of the Brahmaputra river and many of its tributaries flowing below the red mark even as seven districts in the state were still inundated Representational image PTI Around 267 lakh people in 472 villages of the state are still affected by the deluge Dhemaji Lakhimpur Barpeta Chirang Morigaon Nagaon and Golaghat districts are flood- hit an Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) report said Nearly 36000 hectares of farmland are still inundated it said adding only the Dhansiri river at Numaligarh in Golaghat is flowing above the danger level With people returning to their homes only 62 relief camps were operating in Lakhimpur Morigaon Chirang and Nagaon districts where 25253 people were taking shelter There were reports that roads in Jorhat district a bridge in Morigaon and a school in Dibrugarh district have been damaged The third wave of the devastating flood has so far claimed the lives of 72 persons across Assam In total 156 people have died in this year’s flood-related incidents in the state Written by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | Updated: January 5 2016 5:45 am Photographs from “Picturing Time: The Greatest Photographs of Raghu Rai” Related News It was 1970 when renowned photographer Raghu Rai first met Mother Teresa; long before the world had heard about her humanitarian work Among the first batches of pictures he took of her was the petite figure’s gentle hands clasping a child’s head and showering her blessings in one frame and her frail figure walking down the stairs with the crucifix behind her and sunshine dancing at her feet in another In a freewheeling chat at his studio in Mehrauli as Rai shared insights into his latest exhibition at Ojas Art “Picturing Time: The Greatest Photographs of Raghu Rai” he said “She was the toughest and the most difficult subject yet loving and wonderful She did not like photographers and writers walking around her and was not fond of publicity” Through “Picturing Time…” Rai commemorates 50 years as a photo-journalist where he has chosen 50 of his best creative works one for each year in the field Anubhav Nath curatorial director of Ojas Art says “The aim of the show is to showcase the various genres that the master photographer has worked with We have tried to include photographs from every era of Rai like the black and white portraits he is famous for his coloured frames and Delhi series” The walls are dotted with the portraits of eminent figures from Indira Gandhi and Ustad Bismillah Khan to Pandit Ravi Shankar and MS Subbulakshmi There are also images of the ghats of Varanasi and Kolkata rocks in Hampi the vibrant rainbow hued photographs of the Pushkar mela in Rajasthan and sadhus of the Mahakumbh Mela The captivating image of the country’s first female Prime Minister Indira Gandhi staring at the camera with her piercing gaze while seated at a Congress session in 1966 stands out at the exhibit Rai still remembers what it meant to be surrounded by her presence “She was very powerful extremely alert and aware She knew who was sitting where and doing what including us the photographers She was connected and sharp” says Rai There is also a relaxed seated image of the Dalai Lama from 1975 where his outstretched arms rest behind his ears and the mountains visible through his hotel’s window form a pleasant backdrop Rai’s words pasted in large fonts across one of the gallery’s walls encapsulate the photographer’s vision “If people can connect with my pictures and enjoy them that is enough for me It’s like you are walking down the street and you smile at someone and they smile back There is nothing given and nothing taken It is just like a little nudge a recognition of humanity and life That is what photography means to me” The exhibition is on at Ojas Art gallery till January 31 Contact: 26644145 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Washington | Published: February 26 2015 1:36 pm Oat-based breakfast cereals have now come under the scanner as researchers have detected in them potentially dangerous mould contamination Related News Often touted for boosting cardiac health oat-based breakfast cereals have now come under the scanner as researchers have detected in them potentially dangerous mould contamination Some oat-based breakfast cereals contain a high-level of mould-related toxin called ochratoxin A (OTA) that has been linked to kidney cancer in animal studies the researchers who procured the samples from the US reported “OTA has been found in all major cereal grains including oat wheat and barley worldwide and considered as a potential concern in food safety” said researchers Hyun Jung Lee and Dojin Ryu from the University of Idaho in the US However the incidence of OTA was highest in oat-based breakfast cereals followed by wheat-based corn-based and rice-based breakfast cereals the findings showed Scientists do not yet know how the toxin affects human health but the International Agency for Research on Cancer which is part of the World Health Organisation classifies it as a possible human carcinogen Animals exposed to OTA in experiments developed kidney tumours Although the US does not currently regulate the contaminant the European Union has set maximum limits for OTA in food (three nanogram/g) Ryu and Lee wanted to see how the US breakfast cereals measured up to that standard The researchers tested close to 500 samples of corn- rice- wheat- and oat-based breakfast cereals purchased from the US stores over two years They found that in most samples OTA levels were lower than the European threshold But concentrations exceeded the EU standard in eight percent of oat-based breakfast cereal samples The researchers concluded that oat production storage and processing need careful review to better protect consumer health The findings were reported in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: January 22 2012 1:36 am Related News Its the season of remakes on the big screen Following in the footsteps of the Don series and Agneepaththe Hindi rights for Magadheeraa 2009 Telegu historical romance directed by SS Rajamouli and produced by Allu Aravindhave been bagged by Vikas Bahl and Anurag Kashyaps Phantom Productions The film revolves around a stuntman with a back story every time he meets his girlfriend he is reminded of his past life in which he was a brave warrior and a passionate lover Its a big-scale production with a budget of Rs 50 crore We plan to start shooting this year?

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