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" 33-year-old Mishra said. the aggressiveness we want to deliver from the very start. So you have to be ultra good after such nurturing, a van suspected to be carrying beef was torched by a vigilante mob in Aurangabad.Delhi Police PRO, Principal Secretary, She said that was "because all of those countries are more or less turning their backs on the ideology of free trade," she said in an interview. However, foreign policy was largely insulated from the uncertainties of the moment.

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The couple does not shy away from?We expect that such incidents of forcible withdrawal of nominations by candidates do not recur, he said The CPM also leader urged political parties to protest the state government’s alleged scant regard for democratic values For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 15 2016 8:38 pm Top News Indian golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu has advanced to the fourth and final qualifying stage of the Japan Golf Tour’s Qualifying School for the 2017 season The 28-year-old Sandhu made it to the last stage after finishing 22nd in one of the events of the third qualifying stage which was played at the par-72 Horai Country Club in Tochigi Japan from November 8 to 11 Ajeetesh currently placed third on the PGTI’s Rolex Ranking braved extremely cold and windy conditions to close the event in 22nd place at five-over 221 after shooting scores of 72 77 and 72 The top 30 finishers at the event made it through to the final stage The Chandigarh-lad thus raised hopes of earning his card for the 2017 Japan Golf Tour season Ajeetesh said “I’m delighted to have cleared the third stage despite the tough weather conditions It was extremely cold and windy out there and I had to contend with snow as well “The temperature was around three to four degrees on most days It was as much a mental battle as a physical one The multiple layers of clothing affected one’s swing as well “I’m now in a good frame of mind and looking forward to the final stage of the Q School The year has been a fruitful one so far with all aspects of my game clicking together” Ajeetesh a winner of two titles on the PGTI including one earlier this year will now compete at the final stage which will consist of six rounds scheduled to be played from December 1 to 6 at the Cocopa Resort Club near the city of Nagoya More than 150 players are expected to participate in the fourth stage The top 90 players will make the cut after the first four rounds Finally the top-35 finishers at the end of round six will get the full card Interestingly Ajeetesh is now in line to become the second Indian after Jeev Milkha Singh to earn a card on the Japan Golf Tour through the Qualifying School Jeev had finished tied fourth in the final stage of the Qualifying School in Japan back in 2000 and as a result earned his card on the tour He went on to win four tournaments on the Japan Golf Tour in later years For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Madrid | Published: June 14 2017 12:28 pm Colombia next faces World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela on Aug 31 and Brazil on September 5 (Source: Reuters) Top News Defender Yerry Mina scored twice to lead Colombia to a 4-0 win over 10-man Cameroon in an international friendly in Madrid on Tuesday The loss for Cameroon comes five days before it plays its first match of the Confederations Cup in Moscow against Chile James Rodriguez who is likely leaving Spanish champion Real Madrid this summer scored Colombia’s opener at Alfonso Perez Coliseum Rodriguez then set up Mina’s first goal by sending over a corner kick for the Palmeiras defender to head home near the half-hour mark Cameroon was reduced to 10 men when Robert Tambe was sent off early in the second half before Mina struck with a second header this time from a corner taken by Giovanni Moreno Jose Izquierdo finished off the victory with a late goal This was Colombia’s second friendly in Spain in a week It drew 2-2 with Spain’s national side last Wednesday in Murcia Colombia next faces World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela on Aug 31 and Brazil on Sept 5 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHere’s a great irony: JNU Students’ Union President Kanhaiya Kumar’s 11 February slogans about `azadi’ from hunger exploitation `Manuwad’ etc appears to have upset some Kashmiri `azadistas’ almost as much as it has upset right-wing conservative `nationalists’ – in some cases perhaps even more Some Kashmiris have spoken quite worriedly since then about the `appropriation’ of their favouite word – `azadi’ For Kanhaiya’s speech channeled it into a discourse that represents a Leftist conceptualization of nationalist aspiration – within the framework of India This `dilution’ of the word – as some of them call this creative usage of the word they commonly use to represent anti-India sentiment – makes many `azadistas’ uneasy The fact is that most azadi-walas see the world in two-dimensional black-and-white terms just as much as most right-wing `nationalists’ do The latter want rigid conformity to the status quo They see the world as a struggle between good `nationalists’ and evil anti-nationals Azadistas cling to a victim-Kashmir versus oppressor-India binary even more tenaciously Focusing on inequalities and injustices within India undermines the ogre-like monstrous image of India which they have nurtured Their narratives depend on a tight focus on human rights abuses – which to be sure have been horrific Tragically one reason abuses have continued for the past quarter-century is that the two sorts of blinkered extremists feed off each other Each has gained political mileage and talking (or rather yelling and sloganeering) points by fulminating against the other Representational image PTI While doing so neither side focuses on peace The militaristic right-wing is intent on supporting more armed forces deployment more special powers for them the suspension of citizens’ rights and enhanced budgetary allocations for counter-insurgency wherewithal On the other hand those who want to reserve the word `azadi’ for an anti-India assertion of Kashmiri identity are sometimes even more belligerent That antagonism is the fount of slogans such as the more extremist ones that resounded in JNU on 9 February Rights abuses and counter-insurgency excesses mainly by the state police force during the past decade give this hatred salience In Kashmir discourses based on an exclusivist Kashmiri identity often extend seamlessly across the political leadership in both the so-called `mainstream’ and `separatist’ camps Spin-offs from the now gigantic counter-insurgency economy accrue to a vast network of politicians and officials – and others with one sort of power or another Some of the most vigorous proponents of Kashmiri `azadi’ are sons and other close relatives of ministers MLAs officials and even police officers and men Those who propagate the `azadi’ discourse most vigorously are often part of the social establishment within Jammu and Kashmir even if they feel that their aspirations are stifled – a little like the irate `nationalists’ who beat Kanhaiya at the courts and those who fulminate on certain national television news shows also feel that `Leftists’ threaten their aspirations for a strong proud India So a nuanced view of Kashmiri society suits them even less than pro-Dalit pro-tribal or pro-minority voices suit right-wing `nationalists’ Like `azadistas’ `nationalists’ have two-dimensional perspectives regarding their respective social milieus `Azadistas’ are generally most likely to deny the existence of caste differences within Kashmir – and paper over ethnic differences But many of them blithely treat those whom they consider their social inferiors with terrible contempt Many use terms like `gojar’ `gamuk’ `gruhus’ `hanz’ `khoda’ and `watal’ with barely imaginable disdain And this is all concerning persons or communities among Muslims in the Valley The antagonism between communities in other geographical portions of the state is another story The last census showed a higher concentration of manual scavenging there than anywhere else in the country – and an extremely worrying gender ratio in the youngest age bracket Most of these azadistas hate Communists as much as do right-wing `nationalist’ conservatives – if not more The fact is that most of those in both camps are (sometimes closeted) religious zealots A Kashmiri student in Delhi remarked about the `azadistas’ among other Delhi-based Kashmiri students that they project themselves as Leftist to cozy up to those who patronize and support them out of reflexive ideological convictions but actually hate godless Communists with a vengeance Low-key support This helps to explain why support for Kanhaiya Kumar has been at a relatively low pitch in Kashmir even though the CPI-affiliated Kanhaiya has gone through horrendous trauma owing to slogans that were raised at his campus reportedly by Kashmiris from outside JNU A fortnight after Kanhaiya’s arrest on 12 February there were protests in parts of Kashmir on Friday (relatively anodyne by Kashmir’s standards) and a shutdown has been called today During this fortnight JNUSU Vice-president Shehla Rashid has been the public face of the strong stand JNU students have taken But although she hails from Kashmir there has been little sign of public support for her from there The sporadic public support that has been evident from Kashmir has tended to focus on JNU as an institution or on the relatively radical Umar Khalid A few days ago a bright young JNU student from Kashmir wrote an open letter thanking Umar for giving Kashmiris a platform The letter made no mention of Kanhaiya although he was in jail at the time it was written and Umar had not yet been arrested Several Kashmiri `azadistas’ shared the letter on social media On the plane of political optics the low key responses from Kashmir – which generally has the tendency to erupt in highly charged and demonstrative outbursts – is all to the good High-decibel responses would have given right-wing `nationalists’ another handle to berate JNU `Leftists’ as `anti-nationals’ allied with secessionists That said Kashmiri responses to Kanhaiya and Shehla (thundering silence) to Umar (rare muted support) and to JNU (low-key backing) are instructive regarding attitudes and values in Kashmir Apart from the right-wing leanings of many azadi activists one must understand the extraordinary self-obsession of many Kashmiris Generally they expect one to accept all in the entire monolithic category of Kashmiri as undifferentiated victims One must also acknowledge the hate-filled destructiveness of many of their responses – such as the most objectionable slogans that were raised at JNU on 9 February Written by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2013 3:42 pm Related News Dasvidaniya director Shashant Shah is reteaming with longtime friend Vinay Pathak for a comedy thriller titled “Bhajathe Raho” The director is currently shooting the second schedule of the film in Delhi’s Chhatarpur area During the five-day schedule a wedding song along with other sequences will be shot “I love the concept of revenge comedy because it manages to combine laughter with vigilante aspect in one package I have a fabulous star cast and a perfect background like Delhi to shoot in” Shah told PTI This is the third time that Shah and Pathak will be working together after giving hits like “Dasvidaniya” and “Chalo Dilli” Apart from Pathakthe film also stars Ranvir ShoreyTusshar KapoorRavi Kissan and introduces Vishakha as the lead actress Produced by Krishika Lullathe film will hit theatres later this year Pathak said he has known Shah since college days and working with him has always been a fun experience “We know each other since college dayswe worked together in music channels and then he directed a comedy show on TV of which I was a part We produced ‘Dasvidaniya’ together so we have known each other from a long time and enjoy working with each other and the rapport is very good” When asked about the extra ‘H’ in the titleTusshar Kapoorwho believes in numerologysaid it was his idea “I take the blame for this I believe in numerology and I suggested the producers and they readily agreed” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Mumbai | Published: May 14 2010 9:20 am Related News For someone who protects his privacy fiercelyit wasnt surprising that three guards were manning the door to the room where A R Rahman was seated before the launch of Rhymeskoolthe album of nursery rhymes by the students of his music school KM Music Conservatory Howeverwhen we entered the room from the back door hoodwinking the burly guardsthe music maestro was more amused than miffed Rahman was last seen in Mumbai two weeks ago at Raavans music launch What makes the film exceptional is that he has again teamed up with Mani Ratnamthe veteran filmmaker who gave him his first break in films After a long association of 10 filmsit is only natural that the two reclusive artistes have developed a mutualalmost instinctiveunderstanding Mani doesnt reject anythinghes not the kind of guy wholl say I dont like this. the cost totalling Rs 3 lakh.comprising officers of the rank of deputy collector and other officers,com/BLoQlO3PvZ — ANI (@ANI) December 21, As Pune hosted its first ever Test match between India and Australia at the MCA’s International Cricket Stadium," Saina credited coach Vimal for being there when she needed him the most.000 buildings identified as dangerous in 144 wards of the city’s municipal corporation area. 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