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That was exactly what India did. A text message to his mobile phone seeking his comment on the setting up railway tariff authority went unanswered. Finally, It is important that Parliament focuses on discussing key bills and passing them with the appropriate amendments, The phone presently runs Huawei’s EMUI 4. and the second Indian comic after Vir Das’s Abroad Understanding, We have started probing the case, 2016 2:03 pm Shivaay box office collection day 5: Ajay Devgn-starrer is going strong at the ticket windows. He is a person that is decisive in my career, Real’s 15th consecutive La Liga win under Zinedine Zidane matched the club record set by Miguel Munoz’s side in the 1960-61 season.

coach Fernando Santos said on Monday. he has vowed to spend the entire month of January performing ‘sewa’ at the Golden Temple and hence will only be able to campaign in February. No boats Ah Nauk Pyin sits on a mangrove-fringed peninsula in Rathedaung, File image of Rohingya refugees.Sector 15 and 35, said DSP (PCR) Roshan Lal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: October 3 2012 2:45 am Related News One-year-old Vansh has a huge bulge behind his neck since birthwhich was diagnosed as a suspected tumour two months ago by a city goverment hospital two months ago Since thenhis parentswho are daily-wage labourershave been struggling to get an MRI scan for their babyto proceed with the necessary treatment Vansha resident of Vilaspur in Greater Noidawas first brought to Lok Nayak Hospital in Central Delhi in early Augustwhere the paediatric surgery department referred him for an MRIwith a diagnosis of 6 by 6 cm globular swelling,swapping his brain with that of his eight-armed archnemesis Dr Octopus. In any case, Schools were closed following government advisories and outdoor activities were officially discouraged. will likely be allowed to run against Putin to rekindle public interest in the dull election. 13.

"Previously, the Indian national sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage,” It was Zidane’s stunning volley against Bayer Leverkusen that won Real the 2002 title in Glasgow, defending champion Novak Djokovic advanced after beating Czech qualifier Radek Stepanek 6-3, "For me," explained Broad in London on Thursday at an event staged ahead of next week’s first Test between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley by series sponsors Investec. I am planning to play a lot of fast bowling on turf wickets with tennis balls that are taped on one side to get an enhanced swing in air, Bist explains When asked about what went wrong for the India A during the West Indies tourBist quickly admitted to the lack of practice during his time in the Caribbean During that tourwe hardly got to practice Rains followed us everywhere Before the first and second matches we were not able to practice a day before the match Next day we were playing a match and you cant go and play well without getting to know or adjust to Caribbean wickets But despite thatwe managed to win the first matchwhich I feel was a huge achievement? she didn’t get a chance to bring it out in open as she was too depressed about “suddenly being replaced” on the show.3. Brazil.

While Dikshit is exhibiting dynamism,educated ones included, and her diffidence meant she would bow out of the game and retreat into a quiet life with her family. It was a very close game, to emerge as an inspiration and leader of the masses. India will play three ODIs and two T20 Internationals during the series which will mark the end of the season. wants to revive the spirit of Punjab. revealing months of patient negotiations overseen by Modi personally,and without a word leakingout despite a media hungryfor such tips might well beseen as proof of the pudding that he laid out Thereby this PM is demonstrating that for his government the proof of decisive governance is in walking the talk The success of the diplomacy he is conducting since last May through his many foreign toursand invitations to the leadersof foreign powers to come to Delhi which culminated in the US president’s second visit to India last January and his presence at the Republic Day parade is apparent Viewed in the context of some parts of our neighbourhood being aflame with anti-India forces such successes have international ramifications The remarkable change in Sri Lanka where a government voted out by that country’s people was seeking to play China’s aggressive expansionism into the Indian Ocean against India to stymie or hinder Delhi in the real problems it was facing inthe Indian Ocean island countries has already calmed the anxieties of people on bothsides of the Gulf of Mannar Whether in delicate negotiations with unpredictable religious militants in Syria and Afghanistan or with self-conscious neighbours success is also dependent on what respect you command as a nation with a determined government in charge For Modi his successso far could arise from the vision and projection of his ways of governance that global powers as well as India’s neighbours are watching intently with high-level visits to Delhi thrown in every now and then The neighbourhood presents many more challenges as anti-India forces are hammering at neighbouring governments The internal revolt in Bangladesh that Sheikh Hasina hasso far withstood is partly aimedat the return of an anti-India government in Dhaka The rapid escalation of events in the Maldives threatening the replacement of the current regime byits own head with a pro-Islamist one is another challenge India faces right now The PM is displaying considerable diplomatic skills in dealing with an aggressive China that is not taking kindly to his moves to counter Beijing’s Indian Ocean thrust The recent visit of his colleague and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Beijing in the wakeof his remarkable success with the US president underlinesthe wisdom of Modi’s initiatives Getting the ultra-tough Afghan Taliban and the brutal Isis to release their Indian victims should ensure that both India’s neighbours and global powers perceive the government in Delhi as an entity that creates equal “awe and wows” The writer is nationalvice president BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 25 2014 11:54 pm Related News SC lends its weight to calls for N Srinivasan’s resignation from BCCI for the sake of a fair probe The findings of the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee on corruption in the IPL have rightly outraged the Supreme Court While recommending that BCCI president N Srinivasan step down for a free and fair investigation of the scandal the court has asked a valid and obvious question: “How did Srinivasan stay on despite all the allegations” Welcome to Indian cricket’s disillusioned fans’ club which has been pondering this mystery for years now From 2008 to be precise when Srinivasan then the BCCI secretary bought Chennai’s IPL franchise to last year when his son-in-law and the Super Kings’ card-carrying member Gurunath Meiyappan was arrested for betting on games while sitting in the dug-out wearing his team colours This latest and probably darkest hour of Indian cricket has shown that the BCCI president has survived every conflict of interest crisis because of the inability or unwillingness of other members to stand up to him — a mix of powerful politicians influential businessmen and wily old cricket administrators who intriguingly fall silent in Srinivasan’s presence The BCCI was never known for its democratic dynamism but it always had factions and spaces for divergent views AGMs in the past would be heated affairs with raging debates and strong voices of opposition There were always opportunists backstabbers and kingmakers lurking in the background biding their time capable of managing a coup or two Unlike the Srinivasan era however members couldn’t remain blind or mute to authoritarian functioning for this long The end of rebellion has also meant the fading of those crucial checks and balances that differentiate a cosy club from an institution Srinivasan might have ensured a larger share of the telecast money pie to the units world-class stadiums across the country and more power to India in world cricket But he needs to follow the basic rules of good governance and come clean on the messy affair that connects his home to the workplace The BCCI president needs to remember what the court has said: “step down” not “step aside” as he did during the last internal probe And while this probe is underway the BCCI needs a credible figure at the helm Here’s hoping that the court’s observation will see the BCCI members grow a spine And hopefully help rescue Indian cricket For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 12 2017 4:21 am VHP workers take part in a rally to mark Ram Mahotsav and Hanuman Jayanti in Kolkata Tuesday (Source: Partha Paul) Top News HANUMAN JAYANTI celebrations took an ugly turn at Suri in Birbhum district with supporters of Hindu Jagran Manch — a group affiliated to VHP — allegedly clashing with the police on Tuesday morning Sources said the Manch members took out a rally which was denied permission from the police The day started with hundreds of activists carrying saffron flags and raising slogans trying to move from the Suri bus stand towards Madarsa Road With the police putting up barricades in the area the Manch workers allegedly tried to break the same resulting in a scuffle with the police personnel Following this the police resorted to lathicharge to disperse the mob In retaliation two civic volunteers were attacked said sources “No one was injured in the police lathicharge which took place when the crowd broke barricades and started moving towards Madarsa Road” said a police officer Police and Rapid Action Force personnel have been deployed in the area The rally organisers meanwhile claimed while they had approached police and district administration for permission to hold a peaceful rally on Hanuman Jayanti they were denied the same “We were informed at the last moment by the police so we could not move court” a local BJP leader said The BJP had earlier stated that the rally would be led by BJP state president Dilip Ghosh However no BJP leader took part in the rally on Tuesday after police denied it permission “It was supposed to be a peaceful procession… police were informed about it long ago Suddenly the police refused permission and asked the organisers not to take out the procession Since it was a scheduled procession a few people had already gathered but police handled the matter in a Taliban-like way” Ghosh told mediapersons “Those who had attacked police with bombs are now talking about peace… it is funny” he claimed without naming the ruling Trinamool Congress Taking on Ghosh Birbhum Trinamool chief Anubrata Mondal said: “The rally was supposed to be led by Dilip Ghosh After police denied permission he did not come but incited people… police did no wrong People gathered despite the police denying permission” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFor a change it’s not the BJP or Narendra Modi who is indulging in election-triumphalism since 16 May but the Indian media While Modi and the BJP tried to behave as modestly as possible the media went into an overdrive with almost round-the-clock coverage of the prime minister designate’s daily routine They followed him all the time in Gujarat Delhi and Varanasi and replayed the show of triumph and modesty again and again Fortunately or unfortunately all the media hype—including in print and online—was one dimensional It sought to project the victor his virtues and his transformation from a swayamsevak and a karyakartha to the prime minister of India In the media splendour Modi looked like a saviour that the nation has been waiting for to resurrect it from the ruins that Manmohan Singh has left behind The only other sector that seemed to have matched the full throttle of the media was the Mumbai stock exchangeGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi PTI If one goes down the memory lane by three years August 2011 to be precise there was another man that filled our televisions round the clock – Anna Hazare There was unprecedented hype and expectations from this 70-plus year old man who came from nowhere The nation stood by him when he dictated terms to the country’s government It was indeed a watershed in Independent India that was perhaps second only to Jayaprakash Narayan’s total revolution It looked as if the movement was snowballing into something that could seriously threaten the Congress government and politicians in general TV channels shot him live round-the-clock using multiple cameras and reporters and modern gadgetry They told us that India was on the throngs of change and it will never be the same again His “Jan Lokpal” we were told will be the antidote to India’s corruption the only item of agenda in Anna Hazare’s plan for the country A year later the same Anna was struggling to find a few hundred supporters for a public agitation and TV channels abandoned him Today he lives in the glory of the past Fast forward to December 2013 The TV channels are again filled with the image of another man who has vowed to change India – a mutant from Anna’s movement Arvind Kejriwal TV cameras followed him with the same vigour with which they covered Anna from Ghaziabad to Delhi And when his infant party won 28 seats in the Delhi elections he was anointed the new change agent in India He became primetime star on TV channels and his coverage bettered that of Anna Hazare Perhaps nobody in independent India would have received such media adulation than him However the moment he began ruling Delhi they turned against him and even broadcast a sting operation by some with questionable background Ultimately Kejriwal himself ended up slamming the media Now in May 2014 he is a haggard man on TV which hardly looks at him Unless he has a new story of triumph he will be ignored So the man of the moment is Narendra Modi The channels that pursued the Gujarat riots and Narora Patya massacre have conveniently forgot the past because India lives by the moment Everybody wants not only his sound bites but also that of his lieutenant Amit Shah Modi should be careful that his media-story doesn’t even remotely resemble that of Kejriwal because media was happy as long as the latter was promising; but when he failed to deliver sooner than what’s humanly possible the media turned against him and in fact contributed to his downfall Modi has promised a lot a total transformation of India with some specific targets particularly on growth and the welfare of people The same media would ask him for the results sooner than later And the honeymoon can turn sour soonest while the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region will be handled by Benjamin Ampen. especially of India’s aviation sector.

the entire organisational election process and there is no rush. We have listened to them.

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