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North Korea have few channels by which to resolve crises | Reuters Fwire Reuters Aug 09 2017 22:24:18 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 09 2017 22:24 PM | Updated Date: Aug 09 2017 22:24 PM Tags : Written by Chinmay Brahme | New Delhi | Updated: June 8 2014 10:11 am Two north Goa villages face off in Anjuna Related News Siesta time in Anjuna-Caisua north Goa The laterite-stone houses are silent their inhabitants clustered under trees or enjoying a snooze The football ground a clearing hemmed in by the village on one side and rolling hills on the other is even more desolate Thirty minutes later however it is a scene transformed A bunch of 10 people have materialised out of nowhere Two megaphones blare out Remo Fernandes’s latest Goan numbers tables and chairs are laid out and the ground is ready for a match PVC Parra will take on Vallankani FC Morjim in a battle of two north Goa villages— one of many matches of the Anjuna-Caisua village panchayat’s inter-village tournament There is a sizeable crowd already A number of people are perched on their scooters while the late entrants seek out the shade of trees to beat the heat By 530 pm there are almost 500 people watching the game “That’s not a bad figure Just wait for the semi-finals and finals it will be absolutely crazy” says Lavino Rebello a 47-year-old physical education teacher The spectators at the match Hundreds of such inter-village tournaments are organised all over Goa in April and May with a 5000-strong crowd for the semi-final and final matches As tourism slows down in the summer residents devote their time to one of Goa’s oldest abiding passions football “This is the backbone of Goan culture Almost every person you see on the ground today has played for his village” says Rebello a former player for Anjuna On the field every call the referee makes elicits boos and whistles Advice and exhortations are hollered out to the players in rapid-fire Konkani At half-time there is an almighty rush at the Lotto counter Housie being a staple at the tournaments There are 180 registered football clubs in Goa says Savio Madeira the secretary of the Goa Football Association “In April and May there might be 25 tournaments going on at the same time In the last couple of years the GFA has mandated that every club can conduct only two tournaments a year That means almost 300 tournaments in over three months” he says The south of Goa has traditionally been the stronger football hub It is home to three professional football teams — Dempo Salgaocar and Churchill — all playing in the top-tier of Indian professional football A phalanx of Goan footballers who have made their mark on the national stage cut their teeth playing at these inter-village tournaments — like Climax Lawrence Denzil Franco and Anthony D’Souza all stars in the I-League and in the case of Lawrence a regular fixture in the Indian side The sight of pick-up trucks packed with players of a village football team followed by a merry convoy of enthusiastic villagers is a sight common on the narrow roads of interior Goa Quite a few villages do not have a proper football ground but that does not stop them from staging their own tournament Impromptu goalposts are fashioned from planks and paddy fields turn into playing areas “Often with the irregular shape of the field teams play eight- or nine-a-side matches and the restricted space makes for some thrilling football” says Madeira The teams play for pride as well as the money “Almost every tournament will have prize money in excess of Rs 50000 Some might even offer Rs 1 lakh” he says One such paddy field tournament is being conducted in the village of Goa-Velha 5 km from Panjim The music is loud a few stalls are doing brisk business selling Goan sausages and the now-ubiquitous Lotto session is hotly contested The football is eye-catching Players some as young as 15 take on 40-year-old veterans The game is played at a high tempo the passing is fluid As an enthusiastic youngster brings down the opposing captain a rotund man in his 30s the crunching tackle is greeted by chuckles and applause “This is the beauty of Goan football Sixteen-year-olds and 45-year-olds share the field play hard and have fun This is my 30th year in the PVC Parra team I have been playing since I was 17 and I don’t think I am going to stop for sometime at least” says 47-year-old Claudio Pacheco with a wide grin on his face Pacheco’s introduction in the second half is greeted by loud cheers and the veteran makes an instant impact on the game He threads a neat pass to his energetic young striker and the fleet-footed boy makes no mistake emphatically placing the ball into the back of the net to give his side victory After the match talk invariably veers to the “good old days” Pacheco swaps tales of intense rivalry between villages dribbling on ferries and brawls with the referees The sun begins to dip but the stories will go on for a while This story appeared in print under theheadlineGo Goa Goal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 4 2017 12:53 am The police tracked down the accused Vijay Singh (26) who they believe uploaded the video to malign the institution(Image for representational purposes) Top News A man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly uploading obscene content on a website in the name of a college The accused was arrested from Nanded Wednesday and has been remanded in police custody An employee of the educational institution concerned had approached the Mumbai police last month after the obscene video was found The employee told the police that one of his colleagues had seen the video on the website The obscene video had been uploaded in the name of the college The complainant informed his superiors on April 21 after which they decided to register a police complaint After a compliant was registered the police began a probe in the matter and found that the video had been uploaded from a server in Nanded Following investigations the police tracked down the accused Vijay Singh (26) who they believe uploaded the video to malign the institution “We are interrogating Singh to find out the reason why he uploaded the video in the name of the college We have his custody till May 6” an officer said ENS For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: August 26 2017 8:25 pm Modi is likely to speak on a range of issues including Tokyo Olympics National Sports Day and Bharat Indigenous Games Top News The SAI centres across the country are gearing up to listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popular radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday since he is likely to touch upon issues related to sports especially 2020 Olympics in Tokyo It has been learnt that senior officials of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) have been asked to convey the message to the Centres across the country where thousands of Indian players hone their skills to tune in to the program “The National Sports Day is approaching and the PM is very keen to see that India develops into a sporting country so he will touch upon a lot of sports issues” a sports ministry official told PTI on condition of anonymity SAI runs 12 major Centres including National Institute of Sports (NIS) in Patiala and more than 50 small centres across the country Dhyan Chand’s birthday which falls on August 29 is observed as National Sports Day On this day National Sports Awards such as Arjuna and Khel Ratna are conferred on selected athletes by the President of India every year “All the SAI centres in the country have been told to convey the message so that all the campers can listen” the official said Modi is likely to speak on a range of issues including Tokyo Olympics National Sports Day and Bharat Indigenous Games “He will also speak about Major Dhyan Chand and his inspirational achievements” said another source In the month of June the Sports Ministry had written to the Prime Minister’s Office requesting that Bharat Ratna country’s highest civilian honour should be bestowed upon the triple Olympic gold medallist Sports and Indian athletes have regularly figured in PM’s Mann ki Baat the latest mention being India women’s cricket team’s historic runner-up finish at the World Cup in England He had advised Mithali Raj and her team to not feel disheartened following the defeat at the hands of hosts England as the entire country was proud of their feat For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: April 14 2009 10:59 am Related News Scientists claim to have discovered that certain skin cells can recognise viruses and respond right awaya finding which could improve treatment of viral skin infections According to themthe work identifies previously unrecognised first-line defence mechanisms important in barrier locations such as the skin and the gutoften used as portals of entry by viruses The findings entail the function of the cells that trigger the initial immune response to viral infectionknown as dendritic cells “Dendritic cells are like police patrolling our blood and tissues for anything unusual There are many different types of themso we wanted to examine how they differ in their function” said Dr Sammy Bedoui of Melbourne Universitywho led an international team Using an animal model of skin infection with the cold sore virusthe scientists examined two aspects of anti-viral immune responses by studying the cells involved in the initial stimulation of the immune responseand cells that remember past infections to boost the response after reinfection The team showed for the first time that a particular type of dendritic cells was responsible for triggering the immune response These cells do this by presenting virus particles to Killer T cellswhich triggers a cascade of immune responses to tackle infection “Because the cells are located at the site of infectionthey can respond instantlymuch faster than other immune cells that have to travel via the blood to the site This debunks previous thought that immunity by T cells only occurs at longer distances throughout the body” said team member Dr Thomas Gebhardt The findings are published in the ‘Nature Immunology’ journal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: January 30 2014 1:46 am Related News The descent of a once-progressive democratic DMK holds lessons for other regional parties The latest turn in the DMK’s succession battle is particularly cringeworthy Having called out his elder son MK Alagiri for violating party discipline this month DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi appears to be making a last-ditch effort to smooth the eventual takeover of the party leadership by his younger son and chosen heir MK Stalin Making a pitch to undermine Alagiri’s post-suspension attempt to rally his faction to rebellion Karunanidhi spoke of how it was enough to “break his heart” when Alagiri reportedly told him Stalin would not live longer than a few months In recent years the DMK once a party that successfully combined the social reform temper of the self-respect movement with a radical democratising impulse has been captive to a corrosive sibling rivalry that besides putting the electoral viability of the DMK in question also frames the hazards of complete family control of so many of India’s regional political parties It is late in the day to expect the DMK to retrieve its progressive and democratising spirit one that Karunanidhi embodied in his ascent half a century ago The last decade and a half have seen the DMK reserve the big spoils of political power to just the extended family — Karunanidhi’s sons daughter Kanimozhi and the Maran cousins — and descend into bitter family rivalries as the contending siblings and cousins viciously played for comparative leverage Alagiri has been in and out of his father’s favour using his base in and around Madurai to assert his utility or nuisance value as the case may be The current standoff comes at a particularly fraught time for Karunanidhi He is now a faint shadow of his once fiery self — his oratory is the stuff of political legend — and his close family members are cornered by a series of scams and controversies His attempts at organising the eventual succession have clearly not held and it would not be overstating matters to say the future of the DMK is at stake But the lesson here is not the family pathology unique to the Karunanidhi clan It is rather the returns that should be expected when a party is so controlled by one clan that all avenues are closed to members for a democratic — and therefore legitimising — bid for advancement For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: January 24 2017 2:11 am Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 23th January 2017 full episode written update: Ruhi goes to the prison to confront Suhail Top News The episode starts at the Bhalla house where Raman and Ishita are crying for their daughters’ well being Toshi and Mihika come to check what is happening why Suhail is being blamed Raman tells them about Suhail and his intentions The police has arrested Suhail and he is getting beaten up by Abhishek Abhishek asks him to confess but Suhail is acting innocent On the other hand Ruhi sees Suhail getting killed by the blackmailer in her dreams She screams and wakes up Ishita comes to Ruhi to console her She knows that Ruhi is tensed and scared Ishita asks her to share her thoughts with her Ishimaa she will not be judgmental Ruhi is so tensed that she just wants to meet Suhail Ishita stops her and says it is late in the night and Suhail is an adult he can take care of himself Ruhi understands that Ishita is pretending and she still doesn’t like Suhail Ruhi says that Suhail is her biggest well-wisher and she will go and meet him as he is in some trouble Ishita tries to make her understand but Ruhi gets violent Ishita slaps her and accepts that Suhail is the real culprit and an enemy of their family Ishita says Suhail is the one who made her MMS but Ruhi doesn’t believe her and blames Ishita that she is a very ungrateful person Ishita says that she has proof Suhail was taking revenge from Ruhi and her family because he is Nidhi’s brother Ruhi gets shocked She loses senses and bursts out infront of Ishita She asks Ishita to take her to Suhail she wants to know why he did this to her why he played with her emotions She panics so much that Ishita gets emotional and takes her to the police station Abhishek refuses but Ishita convinces him to allow Ruhi to meet Suhail in the lock-up Ruhi meets Suhail and slaps him hard She says that she is a fool who was unable to see Suhail’s real face For him she fought with her parents lost herself in his love She was blindly following Suhail Suhail asks Ruhi to listen to him first he has an explanation but Ruhi says now he has broken her heart he cannot hurt her any more She cries and leave the police station with Ishita For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News The Pedagogy of AICAR is based on the philosophy of Learning-by-Doing It is built on a single premise that learning becomes real when it opens the mind and enables it to question.

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