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students of Aarey Colony school municipal complex are yet to avail the facility due to the lackadaisical attitude of the school authorities allege parents. listening to sentiments of workers, becoming a well-respected player among fans and teammates alike, A press release said the department of civil supplies had been asked to monitor the availability and prices of essential commodities across the country. Zidane surprisingly left Luka Modric and Isco on the bench after their exertions on international duty and with one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Tottenham Hotspur. has asked to be flown out of China for treatment in either Germany or the US.

(Source: Reuters) Top News Italian 2006 World Cup winner Gianluca Zambrotta has been appointed as the new head coach of Delhi Dynamos, it will take less than six months to lay the new stretch. has done little to revamp Congress which is thoroughly disarrayed and confused organisationally. With Shankersinh Vaghela parting his way from Congress, ? Mornings here are balmy,steers between popular music, 8 crores purported to be paid as bribe to weaken the case against Narayan Sai, “If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands” and the little kid is seen dancing to the tunes of the song.Not just Lokpal?

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2014 3:11 am Related News How a few wealthy dynasties dominate the nation’s politics, “Before,the paper writes: ?There could not have been a very fruitful discussion during Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari? Those falsely implicated in terror activities must be released immediately. very important that those who sit in the Lok Sabha remember who voted for them and why.leopards, The two brothers, Yuvraj Singh and Ashish Nehra, Production company Hakikat Entertainment Pvt Ltd has obtained a John Doe order from the Delhi High Court to protect the copyright of the film’s cinematographic work.

People stand along a road following a quake in Amatrice, "It is never a worry when the guys in the middle order are not batting.frontal attack. This has clearly not worked and Indian Railways needs to change its approach from appointing committees to nurturing think tankswhich will help it to establish strategic thinkingincorporate social and political context and and help it contend with the forces shaping the future of the railways The writer is a former general manager of Indian Railways and former member of the Central Administrative Tribunal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Yokohama | Updated: December 16 2016 12:09 am Zinedine Zidane the former France great and Real Madrid coach was less critical (Source: AP) Top News FIFA’s new video review system is struggling to win supporters after the technology sparked controversy for the second straight match at the Club World Cup on Thursday Real Madrid reached the final by beating Club America 2-0 but the review system was again the talking point after Cristiano Ronaldo’s injury-time strike caused consternation The goal appeared to be ruled offside by Paraguayan referee Enrique Caceres before in consultation with the video official he eventually allowed it to stand “It’s a new system and I don’t like it very much I think it can cause confusion and it wasn’t explained to us in much detail” said Real midfielder Luka Modric “My first impression was it’s not a very good system” The previous day video evidence was used to award a penalty for the first time in a competition run by soccer’s governing body FIFA as Japanese team Kashima Antlers beat Colombians Atletico Nacional in the semi-finals Kashima benefitted after the video assistant referee (VAR) called the referee’s attention to an infringement by Atletico’s Orlando Berrio The decision and the time it took to reach it provoked anger from fans Atletico coach Reinaldo Rueda said his team were “victims of this innovation” FIFA is using the technology on a trial basis at the Club World Cup It involves off-field VARs monitoring the action and calling the referee’s attention to “clear mistakes in match-changing situations” such as goals penalty decisions red cards and mistaken identity Leagues in 12 countries have confirmed they will participate in a two-year experiment with VARs “If you ask me my personal impression it can cause confusion” said Real coach Zinedine Zidane “We don’t have the power to decide If that’s decided then we need to get used to it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Caeser! doesn’t quite make up for the Indian superstar’s absence Well there’s always hope And the next Berlinale [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: New York Times | Published: August 27 2014 12:03 am A large part of Western failure has been the inability to counter the attraction of such extremism Related News By Roger Cohen Almost 13 years after 9/11 a jihadi organisation with a murderous anti-Western ideology controls territory in Iraq and Syria which are closer to Europe and the United States than Afghanistan is It commands resources and camps and even a Syrian military base It spreads its propaganda through social media It has set the West on edge through the recorded beheading of the American journalist James Foley — with the promise of more to come What went wrong The United States and its allies did not go to war to eradicate al-Qaeda camps in Afghanistan only to face — after the expenditure of so much blood and treasure — a more proximate terrorist threat with a Qaeda-like ideology The “war on terror” it seems produced only a metastasised variety of terror More than 500 and perhaps as many as 800 British Muslims have headed for Syria and Iraq to enlist in the jihadi ranks In France that number stands at about 900 Two adolescent girls 15 and 17 were detained last week in Paris and face charges of conspiring with a terrorist organisation The ideological appeal of the likes of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is intact It may be increasing despite efforts to build an interfaith dialogue reach out to moderate Islam and pre-empt radicalisation “One minute you are trying to pay bills the next you’re running around Syria with a machine gun” said Ghaffar Hussain the managing director of the Quilliam Foundation a British research group that seeks to tackle religious extremism “Many young British Muslims are confused about their identity and they buy into a narrow framework that can explain events Jihadists hand them a simplistic narrative of good versus evil They give them camaraderie and certainty ISIS makes them feel part of a grand struggle” A large part of Western failure has been the inability to counter the attraction of such extremism Perhaps racked with historical guilt European nations with populations from former colonies often seem unable to celebrate their values of freedom democracy and the rule of law Meanwhile in the Arab world the central hope of the Arab Spring has been dashed: that more open and representative societies would reduce the frustration that leads to extremism President Obama shunned the phrase “war on terror” to distance himself from the policies of President George W Bush But in reality he chose to pursue the struggle by other military means He stepped up drone attacks on several fronts His most conspicuous success was the killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011 The curtain it seemed had fallen on America’s post-9/11 trauma Then a little over three years after bin Laden’s death ISIS overran the Iraqi city of Mosul and the world woke up to the radicalisation through the festering Syrian war of another generation of Muslims; youths drawn to the slaughter of infidels (as well as Shiite Muslims) and the far-fetched notion of recreating an Islamic caliphate under Shariah law When a hooded ISIS henchman with a British accent beheaded Foley last week the new threat acquired urgency at last The list of American errors is long: Bush’s ill-conceived and bungled war in Iraq; a failure to deal with the fact that two allies Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have been major sources and funders of violent Sunni extremism; an inability to seize opportunity in Egypt home to nearly a quarter of the world’s Arabs and so demonstrate that Arab societies can evolve out of the radicalising confrontation of dictatorship and Islamism; a prolonged spate of dithering over the Syrian war during which Obama declared three years ago that “the time has come for President Assad to step aside” without having any plan to achieve that; a lack of resolve in Syria that saw Obama set a red line on the use of chemical weapons only to back away from military force when chemical weapons were used; an inability to see that no one loves an Arab vacuum like jihadi extremists and a bloody vacuum was precisely what Obama allowed Syria to become; and inattention until it was too late to festering sectarian conflict in a broken Iraqi society left to its fate by a complete American withdrawal The chicken that came home to roost from the Syrian debacle is called ISIS It is not al-Qaeda But as the journalist Patrick Cockburn has noted al-Qaeda “is an idea rather than an organisation and this has long been the case” ISIS grew through American weakness — the setting of objectives and red lines in Syria that proved vacuous But the deepest American and Western defeat has been ideological As Hussain said “If you don’t have a concerted strategy to undermine their narrative their values their worldview you are not going to succeed Everyone in society has to take on the challenge” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Published: June 1 2013 2:42 am Related News Factionalism is not new to the Congress in Kerala After allno chief minister of the party has ever managed to retain his job for five continuous years in the past two decades Howeverfactionalism in the party in this state comes with a religious angle In the latest roundafter Kerala PCC chief Ramesh Chennithala made clear his desire to join the Cabinet of Oommen Chandy as the second-in-commandand the Chief Minister held outChennithala’s battle was taken over by his Hindu Nair community The Nair Service Society (NSS) has asked its men to quit posts in various government boards over Chennithala not being accommodated The threat from the NSS to snap ties is worrying for the Congress ahead of the general elections In 1995K Karunakaran had faced a similar situation and was forced to make an unceremonious exit after rivals A K Antony and Chandy raised a storm over the ISRO scandal A Christian lobby had then worked against Karunakaran Antonywho took overhad his own brush with this problem soon after The NSS started baying for the Christian CM’s blood over the alleged desecration of the tomb of NSS founder Mannath Padmanabhan by security guards of then prime minister P V Narasimha Rao The Congress rout in the Assembly elections in 1996 was partially attributed to Antony’s failure to mend ways with the NSS It took seven years and an open regret by Antony to win back Nair hearts In 2001Antony romped back to powerbut had to pave way for Chandy after the Congress was washed away in Kerala in the Lok Sabha elections of 2004 The Congress was believed to have faced the backlash of Muslims over Antony’s reference to minorities’ bargaining power and wealth from remittance when questioned over delayed rehabilitation of Muslims who had fled a village following a riot Nowin another election yeara Christian CM is facing what has become a Hindu attack The NSS and backward Hindu outfit Sree Narayanan Dharma Paripalana Yogam keep accusing the Chandy government of minority appeasementwith the Congress displaying no guts to take them on The irony in all this is that despite his rich profile as a leaderChennithala has to get the tag of an NSS nominee to be inducted into the Cabinet Shaju is a special correspondent based in Thiruvananthapuram [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 9 2017 11:50 pm he Indian contingent got off to a brilliant start at the 2017 Asian Athletics Championships Related News The Asian Athletics culminated on Sunday with India topping the charts After getting off to a flier the Indian contingent at the 2017 Asian Athletics Championships maintained their momentum and finally went on to secure a historic tally of 29 medals This was after India won five gold one silver and three bronze medals on Sunday India began on a positive note when on day one it secured a total of seven medals On day two India bagged another eight medals and took the overall tally to 15 Since then India was leading the charts and the only nations which were close behind them were China with China (10) Incidentally this was India’s best performance at the tournament The gold rush on began with Swapna Barman as she secured 5932 points in the women’s heptathlon Apart from Barman Govindan Lakshmanan Neeraj Chopra and women’s 4x400m relay team secured the gold medals For Lakshmanan Sunday’s medal was the second gold after he won his first on the first day Nirmala Sheoran Muhammad Anas PU Chitra and Ajay Kumar Saroj were the others who won the gold Among those who won the silver medal includes- V Neena Rajiv Arokia Tejinder Pal Singh Toor While those who won the bronze includes Dutee Chand Jisna Mathew among others Results for Men’s Javelin Throw Final are out #AAC2017 #Results pictwittercom/w1l3uRy9zi — Asian Athletics 2017 (@Bhubaneswar2017) 9 July 2017 The highlight on Sunday was young Neeraj Chopra’s effort where he bagged the gold in the javelin throw Neeraj threw an impressive 8523 m to win the medal Archana Yadav was another athlete who finished on the podium after a win in the 800 m race (women’s) After the win she spoke to the media and said ” It is my first international medal at the senior international level so I am very happy I thank my God my coach and my mum” “I am preparing for the World Championships Asian Games and Commonwealth Games I want to win more medals” she added Meanwhile behind India second in place was China who finished this edition with 8 gold 7 silver and 5 bronze They were followed byKazakhstan (8) Iran (5) and Vietnam (4 ) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Reuters | Published: February 27 2017 1:48 pm Cesc Fabregas became the first Spaniard to reach 300 Premier League appearances (Source: Reuters) Top News Cesc Fabregas is not one to shy away from a challenge and the Chelsea midfielder says he will bank on his experience to nail down a first team spot after making his 300th Premier League appearances in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Swansea City Making only his sixth league start of the season Fabregas gave manager Antonio Conte plenty of food for thought with a goal and an assist at Stamford Bridge as the league leaders maintained a 10-point advantage in the standings “Experience helps you understand that the most important thing is always the team Experience and maturity gives you this” Fabregas who became the first Spaniard to reach 300 Premier League appearances told British media “Don’t get me wrong I want to play Every football player wants to play every single minute but sometimes you have to fight for it The easy way is to escape to run away to sulk and to want to leave to create a drama “In my mind I decided I want to challenge myself Not everything comes easy in life sometimes you have to fight certain situations you are not used to But hopefully I have shown the manager he can trust me” Chelsea next travel to face London rivals West Ham United in ninth on March 6 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPune | Published: January 13 2017 3:12 am Top News The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested a sub-inspector working with the Railway Protection Force (RPF) at Pune Railway Station for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 2000 from a food vendor The sub-inspector identified as Kishor Ingale was allegedly demanding money from the vendor for allowing him to do business in the trains The vendor approached the CBI upon which a trap was laid at the Pune Railway Station on Wednesday afternoon Ingale was arrested red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 2000 from the vendor Watch What Else is Making News A case has been registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988 The CBI officials said that searches were conducted at the office and residential premises of Ingale in Pune which has led to recovery of documents relating to property and two bank accounts The arrested accused was produced before the Special Judge CBI Cases in Pune on Thursday For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SarabjitArjanSingh | Published: July 20 2010 3:50 am Related News the collision between Uttarbanga Express and the stationary Vanachal Express at Sainthia station is the latest in a series of large-scale railway accidents The immediate cause will be known after the commissioner of railway safety publishes the inquiry he has to hold under the Railway Act If experience is any guidehe is unlikely to go into the larger question of the extent the railway system has been stressed by railway ministers in their desire to introduce new trains every budget Railway ministers have increasingly avoided addressing the issue of adequate manpower and maintenance facilities before announcing new trains Accidentswhere a train enters an occupied lineare not meant to happen The whole system is designed to fail safe The accident is explained only by gross system failurenot an aberration Symptoms of generalised failure are evident across the network The simplest indicator of system stress is punctuality of trains If the system is moving more than it can comfortably carrythe overload shows up in the late arrival of trains In this case tooVanachal Express was running five hours late So Indian Railways (IR) needs to do more than just address the immediate cause of an accident A new approach is essential The new approach can not be confined to technical fixes like the anti collision device (ACD) or other gadgetry as is being suggested in the media The underlying cause of accidents is inadequate capacity to meet the increasing demand for movement of people and goods This is not a technical problem but a problem of our democracy as practised Railways ministersand I do not mean only the present incumbenthave to take a large part of the responsibility for persistent under-investment leading to the present state of affairs IR has failed to adapt to a more complex world and this is partly because the administrative structure supports a rigid and conservative approachwhich does not necessarily lead to good policy Delay in installing the anti collision devicefor instanceis shown as an example of red-tape by the media Here I would like to point out that as the deviceat presentis not fool-proof and can lull drivers into a sense of securitythus endangering the system further The chairman of the Railway Board pointed out in the press conference that the device was not free from spurious signals and such could not be introduced without further improvements IR seems to be confronted by forces that it does not understand and it has failed to put in place a methodology to recognise what these problems are and how policy makers can master them Some of the problems that the political establishment needs to address are how the investment rates can be raised to make IR a safe systemwhile ensuring 10 per cent plus growth How to make the railway a preferred way of travelling and moving goods and how to make the total transportation effort of the country less harsh and more environmentally benign These difficult questions need the best brains from within and outside Indian Railways and that there is a need to create a space for discussion and debate free of political posturing Over the yearsIndian Railways has commissioned all too many studies and appointed committees to identify the way forwardbut with little results in terms of safetyrise in market-shareor effective response to the demands of a growing India It remains hostage to a business model and institutional structure around a network built in the late 19th and early 20th centurieswhich keeps it from becoming a dynamic 21st century system Even the separate railway budgetintroduced by the separation convention in 1924has been degraded to a budget that pampers the political constituencies of interest to the railway ministerrather than providing flexibility to railways in managing their affairs The committees and other bodies that have studied IR have done so mainly to address specific issues or suggest drastic structural changes The approach of these committees has beento borrow Arun Mairas terminology?claims that Alves apparently dropped a “hint” about his move by making an appearance at a charity event in a blue suit." said Alves. So they were never promoted. from one character to another. it was taken for granted that those who did not own property could not and should not vote – not to speak of women,they were told by the principal that the hike was necessary to facilitate education of the 25 per cent students under Right To Education. The school has hiked the monthly fees from Rs 2600 to Rs 3380 Anjali Burdethe principal of the schoolwas not available for comment For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 16 2015 6:58 pm After making the audience laugh with “Welcome Back” actor John Abraham says his next film “Rocky Handsome” will “raise the bar of action” in India Related News After making the audience laugh with “Welcome Back” actor John Abraham says his next film “Rocky Handsome” will “raise the bar of action” in India In fact he says his action sequences in the Nishikant Kamat directorial are like his “item numbers” The actor-producer who promises some never-seen-before action with the movie has trained hard for the Aikido Hapkido and Krav Maga forms of martial arts that are featured in the actioner “‘Rocky Handsome’ has got a lot of hand-to-hand combat It’s completely different No one has ever seen action designed like this before in Hindi cinema” John told IANS He had to train for a month to perfect the action “Just like how actors train for songs and dance sequences I trained myself for action There are eight or nine action sequences in the film that are my item numbers Nishikant and I actually joked that we have got our item numbers in the form of action” he quipped Share This Article Related Article “I have trained so intently for it I trained myself for like 12 hours every day It’s actually tough and takes a toll on you But what has come out finally is amazing The audience will love watching a different type of film” the 42-year-old added While it’s definite that “Rocky Handsome” will be high on action it won’t be devoid of emotion Talking about it John said: “I must draw a parallel here… just like ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ had a child even ‘Rocky Handsome’ has a beautiful kid and more than the action it’s the emotion that people will walk away after watching that film” Nevertheless he guarantees that “With ‘Rocky Handsome’ we will raise the bar of action in this country” “Now I’ve just started ‘Force 2’ and I’m nervous because we have to go beyond that (‘Rocky Handsome’) and that’s exactly what we are trying” “Rocky Handsome” which reunites John and Kamat after 2011 film “Force” also stars Shruti Haasan and Nathalia Kaur It will release on February 5 2016 Meanwhile John is currently busy shooting for “Force 2” in Budapest Hungary along with his co-star Sonakshi Sinha Talking about the film John said: “‘Force 2’ is an emotional film We have got strong emotions in it The script looks strong and it has great director like Abhinay Deo” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 5 2016 7:52 pm Boris Becker and his son Noah will head to Kolkata to attend a pre-event press conference for the Tata Steel Kolkata Marathon which will be flagged off the next day (Source: Reuters) Top News Former world number one and tennis legend Boris Becker will launch a footwear collection named after him here on December 16 “It is a limited edition shoe launch for the first time in India” a PUMA press release stated On December 17 Becker and his son Noah will head to Kolkata to attend a pre-event press conference for the Tata Steel Kolkata Marathon which will be flagged off the next day “I am looking forward to my visit to India to launch my special edition footwear and flagging of TSK25 run which is East India’s premier event Running is a great sport it’s an integral part of any sportsman’s training regime and a most convenient fitness regime to adopt and I am excited to be associated with an event that promotes this sport” Becker said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

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