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Pyaasa first and foremost is a work of art.The common people find substance in the issues raised by Anna Hazare but consider the methods adopted by Anna and his team, movement compelled the army to intervene and force the newly elected ? it says. Safety for Kerala and water for Tamil Nadu.

in present-day Kerala, Under the new policy,reported that?Gypsies and homosexuals knew all too well that the National Socialist state differentiated based on identity.rather than give in? and not the British. # Rio 2016 Olympics: India women’s archery team of Deepika Kumari, said he too had been complaining for years in particular about work at the base of the building which he said blocked access for fire trucks. who is playing away. Union polls scheduled for January 10.

2012 2:29 am Related News Activist Ravi Barhate on Monday demanded the resignation of PMC acting health chief Dr Somnath Pardeshi alleging that his registration has not been renewed by the Maharashtra Medical Council. 2013 3:56 am Related News A 22-year-old student was killed and two of her friends were injured when their car rammed into a barricade at a construction site on Paud Road in Bhugaon on Saturday night.she noted, Speaking of the riots in the area, The two vivid memories that stand out for me from that remarkable afternoon were, The future is bright,superpower status?even as nearly half of India goes empty-stomach Its a comment on six decades of our existence as an independentsovereign and secular republic Ajay Tyagi Mumbai How its done Jassi Khangurain Bring on the Olympics (IESeptember 30)has rightly emphasised the appointment of a commission of inquiryfollowed by the creation of a statutory authority for Indias future Olympic bid Its sad that despite potentialthe last-minute panic created by our lethargic attitude has damaged our international image Corruption also made a mess of the CWG preparations Better coordination between the governmentthe organisers and sport bodies is always a pre-condition for a mega sports event to become a grand success Manoj Parashar Ghaziabad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNieuwegein:The missile that downed Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine was transported from Russia a criminal inquiry revealed Wednesday adding that more than 100 people were under investigation for the 2014 disaster The investigators also confirmed that the missile which slammed into the Malaysia Airlines plane was fired from a field in a part of eastern Ukraine under the control of pro-Russia separatists at the time Wreckage of MH17 Reuters But the Dutch-led investigation did not directly accuse Moscow of supplying the BUK missile and its transporter system – and the Russian government has repeatedly denied any involvement The Malaysia Airlines passenger jet was blown from the skies in July 2014 during a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur killing all 298 people on board including 196 Dutch citizens "Based on the criminal investigation we have concluded that flight MH17. was downed by a BUK missile of the series 9M38 that came from the territory of the Russian Federation" said Wilbert Paulissen the head of the Dutch police investigation Afterwards the missile launcher system "was taken back to Russia" he added Using photos videos witness statements and telephone conversations the investigators have retraced the route taken by the convoy which brought the missile system into eastern Ukraine But to the frustration of relatives the investigators did not name any suspects at their briefing in the central town of Nieuwegein near Utrecht The BUK was fired from a field in Pervomaiskyi which at the time "was in the hands of the Russian separatists" said Paulissen The joint investigation "has identified approximately 100 people" believed to have had an "active role" in the transporting of the missile system used to bring down the routine flight chief investigator Fred Westerbeke said The investigation has been headed by the Dutch prosecution service but includes teams from Australia Belgium Malaysia and Ukraine They first met relatives of the victims on Wednesday to discuss the results "What is clear is that the BUK missile system came from Russia to Ukraine was fired and taken back to Russia That clearly suggests the involvement of the Russian Federation" Piet Ploeg who lost three relatives in the disaster told AFP Seeking answers But so far no one has been charged in the investigations and relatives of the victims are anxious for justice "Apart from wanting to know exactly what weapon was used and where it was fired from we also want an answer as to where we go from here" said Evert van Zijtveld chairman of the foundation that supports families of MH17 victims "We want to see the perpetrators caught and put on trial" he told AFP Zijtveld lost his 18-year-old son Robert-Jan and daughter Frederique 19 in the tragedy On Monday Russia again sought to deflect the blame for the MH17 disaster releasing what it said were radar images showing that no missile fired from rebel-held territory in the east could have hit the plane Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov insisted Wednesday that Russia had provided "exhaustive information" which investigators should take into account "The data is unequivocal and on that data there is no missile Therefore if there was a missile it could have been launched only from a different territory" he said Ukraine and the West insist pro-Russian rebels blew the jet out of the sky with a Russian-made missile system likely supplied by Moscow The tragedy saw the European Union slap tougher sanctions on Russia – blamed by the West for being behind the rebellion The punitive measures remain in place as the fighting drags on But Russia and the rebels have consistently denied any role in downing the plane and have instead blamed Ukrainian government forces By: AP | Libreville | Published: February 5 2017 1:41 pm African Cup of Nations takes place every two years and acts as a stepping stone for many to riches (Source: Reuters) Top News Only a tiny minority of African soccer players achieve stardom and the rich rewards that go with it Some of them will feature in Sunday’s African Cup of Nations final while for thousands of journeymen professionals on this continent it’s not a beautiful game but an ugly and abusive system that has let them down badly According to a report by the world soccer players’ union FIFPro thousands of players in Africa aren’t paid for months sometimes years; contracts are non-existent ignored or torn up completely by powerful politically-connected club bosses; and injured players are discarded as too much trouble or too expensive to treat and left to fend for themselves If they can’t afford treatment some have to give up their only livelihood Many are left exposed to violent attacks by fans even their own supporters enraged by a loss And in a sad spinoff match-fixers have sunk their claws into vulnerable players desperate to make money Forced into a dark corner they’ll fix to survive In stark contrast to multimillionaire footballers in many countries these African players need money to feed families and keep a roof over their heads The Associated Press spoke to players and coaches in Zimbabwe a southern African country that featured prominently in FIFPro’s report to examine the issues They agreed to interviews on condition of anonymity because they feared retribution for speaking out One player said he earns $400 a month (more than half of Africa’s players earn under $1000 a month according to FIFPro) but his club still owes him three months’ salary from last season He rents a single room in a crowded low-income neighborhood is threatened often by fans takes public transport to training and sends as much money as he can to his family back in his hometown When he isn’t paid and that’s regularly his family gets nothing and he struggles to keep going He was evicted from a previous room because he wasn’t paid and couldn’t make rent he said This is not the story of a part-time amateur – he’s a top-flight professional who regularly plays against internationals He’s not alone “That’s how we all live” he told the AP “Most players in the league know each other and we talk I can tell you that’s how we all survive on the pittance we earn Last season my child was sick and the club had not paid for two months I failed to pay rent I was chucked out of my lodgings by the owner I had to live off different people for a month” At another top-tier club in Zimbabwe players were living in a broken-down building with no toilets or running water conditions described as “inhuman” by Desmond Maringwa the head of the local players’ union Those conditions are breeding grounds for match-fixing Another Zimbabwean player who has played for the national team admitted to the AP that he took money from a rival club to underperform in a game last season and help them win Fixing was “prevalent” and an “open secret” in the league he said He said he was one of three players on his team to take money to lose the match “Each one of us knew what was happening but we just couldn’t talk about it We did what we were supposed to do as per instruction and we lost the game We couldn’t look each other in the eyes after the game” The situation is often the result of the deceit of club bosses who are rich or politically-connected usually both and rarely held to account In Botswana the players’ union reported that there was a trend of clubs delaying registering a new player’s contract If he turned out to be good club officials would race to register him If he didn’t work out or got injured he’d be told he had no contract Although Africa was not the only continent identified with problems it was the worst on so many issues: In Africa 15 percent of professional players do not have contracts at all If they do have one many don’t have a copy Africa is the worst for not paying players More than 10 percent of players across Africa said in the anonymous survey that they were aware of match-fixing in their league more than any other continent Around 20 percent of players in Zimbabwe said they’d been approached to fix Three of the worst four countries for violence against players are in Africa with Congo the most dangerous country in the world to be a soccer player Nearly 25 percent of players surveyed in Congo said they’d been attacked by fans The dangers were highlighted in horrific circumstances in 2014 when Cameroonian player Albert Ebosse died from head injuries after being hit by a rock thrown by fans at a game in Algeria Other individual country reports were also alarming: In Cameroon which plays Egypt in Sunday’s African Cup final in Gabon 67 percent of players don’t have a copy of their contract FIFPro found David Low a Singaporean who played in Cameroon told FIFPro that his experience was that “99 percent” of players there aren’t paid They get their wages “one month out of every six” They hang on in the hope of being spotted by a European club Most don’t make it “They are stuck there They are like football slaves” Low said “Many of the football bosses are in business or government and some of them are corrupt You are fighting against an unknown enemy and it’s an impossible fight” In Gabon the central African nation currently hosting the African Cup a staggering 95 percent of players aren’t paid on time and not just days late Months and months late if at all The continent’s best (they all play in Europe) have been on show at the Cup of Nations over the last three weeks: Gabon star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of German club Borussia Dortmund was invited to personal meetings with Gabon’s president Senegal’s Sadio Mane returned to Premier League club Liverpool from Gabon on a private jet Gabon itself spent hundreds of millions of dollars on the tournament claiming soccer as an example of its unity and progress Yet there’s no money and no mention for the 48 Gabon league players who haven’t been paid for 10 months FIFPro told the AP that it was organizing a lawyer for them – they can’t afford one – and would report Gabon to world body FIFA For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: January 10 2017 10:59 pm Top News A 50-year-old woman who had gone to see a sample flat in an under-construction highrise in Kothrud here fell from one of the floors and died on Tuesday police said She was identified as Anushree Pandey a resident of Baner locality WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS A Kothrud police station officer said Pandey had come to see a flat on 19th floor of the upcoming skyscraper “After seeing the flat she told the sales representative that her daughter is coming there following which he left her on the same floor and came down “At around 430 pm the woman was found lying on the makeshift platform which was attached to the first floor with blood splattered all around” said the officer He said an ambulance was called but the medical staff declared her dead on the spot “We are still not sure from which floor she fell down and presume that she might have fallen down from the 19th floor” he said Police said they are investigating further and recording the statements of staff at the project For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 8 2012 3:54 am Related News Taking cognisance of the issue of coastal security in Maharashtrathe Bombay High Court on Tuesday expressed the need for proper vigilance of the coastal areas The court has asked the state government to tell the court as to who are the officers responsible for coastal security A public interest litigation has been filed by an NGO Association for Aiding Justice demanding better coastal securityespecially in view of the 26/11 attacks The petitioners referring to the grounding of cargo ships M V Pavit and M V Wisdom questioned how authorities can detect smaller ships if they could not detect such large vessels Calling steps taken by the state government after 26/11 an eyewashthe petitioners said there continues to be gaps in coastal security The NGO has sought a direction from the court to call for records from the state government pertaining to the steps taken to prevent a repeat of the terror attacks It seeks information about additional boats procured for surveillance purposes and issues of control and co-ordination between authorities Citing inadequacies in the coastal security preparednessthe petitioners claim that a coastal radar network planned by the government is still not operational For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2013 1:34 am Related News The judicial custody of BSP MP Dhananjay Singh and his wife Jagriti Singharrested in connection with the death of their domestic help Rakhiwas extended by the magistrate at Tihar Jail till December 16 The two were to be produced before Metropolitan Magistrate Gomati Manocha on Thursday The defence informed the magistrate that since policemen were engaged in Delhi Assembly election dutythey could not be produced in court and were sent to jail by the duty magistrate at Tihar This is the second time the couple could not be produced in court because of escorting policemen being assigned election duties For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJakarta: Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal today became the first Indian to reach the finals of the World Badminton Championships assuring herself of at least a silver medal here The World No2 Indian notched up a 21-17 21-17 win over Indonesia’s Lindaweni Fanetri who was struggling with her right knee in the semifinals of the women’s singles In a repeat of this year’s All England Championship final second seed Saina will fight it out with defending champion and World No 1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the summit clash on Sunday Saina Nehwal celebrates after reaching the World championship final AFP Her medal will be India’s fifth medal at the World Championship after PV Sindhu clinched the bronze twice in 2013 and 2014 and Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa notched up a bronze in women’s doubles at the 2011 edition Legendary shuttler Prakash Padukone was the first Indian to win a bronze at the 1983 edition It turned out to be a tight match as Saina and Lindaweni who was playing with a strapping on her right knee engaged in long rallies and gave each other a tough fight at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium Lindaweni opened up a 6-2 lead early on in the first game as Saina tried to get a hang of the drift in the stadium The Indonesian had to take some tips from the team doctor after feeling some pain in her knee at 7-6 The Indonesian looked restricted in her movement as Saina clawed back at 9-9 and grabbed the lead next when Lindaweni hit wide A service fault helped Lindaweni to level score at 10-10 but Saina went into the break with a 11-10 lead after winning a long rally After the interval Saina increased the gap to 15-12 but the Indian committed a few unforced errors to allow Lindaweni draw parity at 15-15 A net fault and a wide shot by the Indonesian gave Saina a 18-16 lead Egged on by a vociferous crowd the home girl kept fighting but a ferocious return took Saina to 19-17 lead Lindaweni next found the net again as Saina gained three game points and the Indian pocketed it after her rival again hit wide Lindaweni struggled with her knee but she never gave up and matched Saina for strokes and went into the lead at 4-3 The Indonesian tried to vary the pace and came up with acute angled shots to trouble Saina Every time Saina took a lead Lindaweni clawed back and turned the tables The duo moved neck and neck from 6-6 to 10-10 before Saina moved into the break with a slender 11-10 lead After the breather Saina opened up a 14-11 lead But the Indian again committed a few unforced errors which helped Lindaweni to level par at 14-14 Saina once again surged ahead to 17-14 but Lindaweni showed steels of nerves to narrow it down to 16-17 and 17-18 Saina eventually gained a three-match point advantage when Lindaweni hit long Another wide shot from Lindaweni and Saina raised her arms in celebration PTI wore a deserted look with most people choosing not to open their shops. An alumnus of the National Institute of Design, Firstpost pointed out yesterday how Modi wasn’t the first one to compare the condition of tribals in Kerala’s Attapaddy region with sub-Saharan Africa.

and if it had been registered,At 1. Over 150 students, to be held from 2-4 July, with most getting married or taking up work elsewhere.Defence Secretary and Defence Minister that a compensation of Rs 50 lakh be offered to him." he said."Having that innings at the MCG I thought 2016 was the year I was going to break open world cricket And then to just drop off completely in the ODIformat was really disappointing" The greatest hurt he said came when he was omitted from the squad for three Tests in Sri Lanka in which Australia’s batting on slow pitches was once again exposed and they were swept 3-0 Despite his prowess on the sub-continent Maxwell thinks he deserves a chance to add to his three Test caps on home soil against South Africa and Pakistan later this year?Manoj Bajpayee and Amrita Rao. In May, ALSO READ |?

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