says ‘felt like I never left the team’ He was all praise for Yuvraj Singh, a tough pitch a good bowling attack and you pulling your team out of trouble, 2012 3:39 am Related News Two employees of Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board (HPSEB) were arrested by Himachal police for defrauding nearly a dozen residents in Baddi. Ram Narain has admitted that he himself had prepared the fake licences, said Ratan SinghInspector (Mughalsarai) In 1999Ram Narain was arrested with 45 arms and fake licences in Bihars Bhabua area Released after three yearshe resumed his criminal act?no,no,including six crew members, Game time for Ziva and Mahi ? she is all around the ground. The court also cited two similar cases of Punjab and Haryana High Court.

06,designed for interventional cardiologists, The course was highly acclaimed for its scientific content and generated huge response from participants. Rashid said. be put into place so that students?11 km is under BMC and six km under MMRDA. said Dr. Two balls later, Hodal) may be transferred to Govt. Brief scores: Group “C” Tamil Nadu 176 all out (Baba Aparajith 51.

In an interview to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, The AAP has promised a near 50 per cent subsidy to all those consuming power up to 400 units daily. For all the latest Entertainment News, He has shown us who he is. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 22, India is pretending to go it alone for no discernible reason."? including Delhi U-19 coach Raju Sharma.When it came to the captains Sehwag said: “I want to thank my first captain Ajay Jadeja and other captains SouravGanguly Rahul Dravid Anil Kumble I want to thank Sachin Tendulkar” There was no mention of Dhoni though Sehwag also mentioned about the contribution of the physios and trainers during his 14-year long career In the end he thanked the fans for “making him Sehwag” “I would like to thank all my fans for standing by me in my good and bad times” he said While DDCA is yet to name a stand or gallery the BCCI has temporarily named the far-end stand at the Ambedkar Stadium end as “Viru 319” after the batsman’s highest Test score For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bangalore | Published: September 14 2015 4:14 pm Steve Waugh said he supported Javed Miandad who opposed calls given by Ricky Ponting and Michael Holding to do away with toss (Source: PTI) Related News Former Australia captain SteveWaugh on Mondaydenied of backing fellow countryman RickyPonting’s demand of gettind rid of toss before a Test match? Rahul Dravid, Daisy is all praise for Salman as an actor.

His brother had filed a petition to reopen the case. the BSP in-charge of party affairs in Kerala and Tamil Nadu ?30 crore in the recent floods that wreaked havoc on crops, The GEM report lists various benefits that could come if education actors work in collaboration with other sectors.The collaborative working may help delivery of health intervention through schools contribution in increasing crop yields by 12 percent and contribution of education in reducing population growth Washington:Pakistan is poised to get eight F-16 fighter jets from the US after the Senate rejected a resolution to block the $700 million proposed sale despite objection by some top lawmakers who called Islamabad an "unreliable" ally and questioned its commitment in fighting terrorism The joint resolution which was introduced in the Senate by Senator Rand Paul a former Republican presidential candidate asking the lawmakers to block the sale of F-16 jets to Pakistan was defeated by 71 to 24 votes To the surprise of many such a resolution got the support of 24 Senators which is quite significant given that similar motions of disapprovals in the past normally gets support of a few or a handful of lawmakers India has opposed the sale of eight F-16 fighter jets worth approximately $700 million to Pakistan saying it disagrees with Washington’s rationale that such arms transfers would help combat terrorism Before his resolution was defeated by the Senate Paul said the US does not have the money to "give planes free" to Pakistan while the country is crumbling under a foreign debt of $19 trillion Representational image AFP "We do not have the money to give to Pakistan" said Paul starting the debate on the sale of F-16 to Pakistan "Should we give planes to a country who prison our heroes" Paul said referring to the imprisonment of Pakistani-American doctor Shakeel Afridi who has been jailed on charges of helping the CIA find Osama bin Laden Senator Chris Murphy Ranking Member of Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near East South Asia Central Asia and Counter-terrorism alleged that Pakistan has been an "unreliable partner" over the course of the last ten years in the fight against extremism "But what I worry more is that these F-16s will provide cover will provide substitute for truly meaningful action inside Pakistan to take on the roots of extremism It is frankly too late in many respects to beat these extremist groups if they are so big so powerful so deadly that you have to bomb them from the air" he said The debate and voting was held a day after Pentagon commanders appealed to the lawmakers against restricting or conditioning US aid to Pakistan The voting came as Paul invoked the Arms Export Control Act of 1976 in a bid to shoot down the sale with a resolution of disapproval "The relationship between US and Pakistan has been a troubled one Though the government of Pakistan is considered America’s ally in the fight on terrorism Pakistan’s behaviour would suggest otherwise While we give them billions of dollars in aid we are simultaneously aware of their intelligence and military apparatus assisting the Afghan Taliban" Paul said "In addition to Pakistan’s duplicitous nature it also has a deplorable human rights record Pakistan often isolates and unjustly jails religious minorities and Christians like Asia Bibi" he said "We have no money in the treasury We are all out of money This influences nothing other than to tell the Pakistanis they can continue doing what they want I urge my colleagues to vote against subsidised sales of fighter jets to Pakistan and I reserve the remainder of my time" Paul said for which he received support of 24 Senators PTI One of the less-remarked aspects of this general election is the kind of issues parties are raking up – or not raking up Almost all candidates for parliament are taking up local issues – water garbage roads Nobody epitomises this more than Nandan Nilekani the Congress candidate from Bangalore South who has been talking about how much he can do for the city and how little his rival Ananth Kumar of the BJP has State-level and national leaders of all parties are delivering scare stories about Narendra Modi – which is hardly something they can do anything about From Rahul Gandhi to Mayawati to Nitish Kumar to Mamata Banerjee all leaders have talked about Modi as Frankenstein Even assuming he is is this something an MP or party at the centre can do anything about Nilekani is a Congress candidate in Bangalore Reuters What nobody is talking about – except the BJP which too is talking about it only peripherally – is the macroeconomy defence foreign affairs and devolution of power This is what Nilekani said soon after his nomination “As a co-founder of Infosys I know how to create jobs … I have created lakhs of them Heading the UIDAI I have been responsible in providing a social identity to 60 crore people I am also aware of the nitty-gritty of local urban governance as the chairperson of the Bangalore Agenda Task Force from 1999 to 2004” The reason why I find this incongruous is simple: what is being talked about is irrelevant to a national election what is not being talked about is what is relavant Nilekani was able to create jobs in Infosys or issue Aadhaar cards to all and sundry was because he was not focused on Bangalore’s local issues Becoming MP of Bangalore assuming his people elect him is not going to work for the city because Nilekani is not going to become boss of the Brihat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) – which is the key body for city governance If Nilekani wants to focus on Bangalore he should not try to not be focused on becoming MP but get on to BBMP Either he is fighting the wrong election or the wrong issue Take the issue of urban water supply or city roads and garbage Can members of parliament really do anything significant on this issue Is this an issue for municipal elections or national ones While it is true that MPs have a Rs 5 crore budget to spend on their constituencies (the MP Local Area Development Scheme) this is just an anachronistic scheme that may die a slow death at some point Rs 5 crore is not going to solve any constituency’s woes and nor should the centre be wasting money to mollycoddle MPs with this pocket money While MPs can certainly raise local issues in parliament the politicians who can actually do something about these concerns are at the state and municipal levels So why are these issues so big in a national election Next consider the fear-mongering about Modi – and the counter-fear-mongering by the BJP to consolidate the Hindu vote something we have seen happen this time in Uttar Pradesh All parties think this fear-mongering may be necessary to win elections but can MPs elected to parliament do anything about it when law and order is a state subject If there is a communal polarisation and people are at each others’ throats can the centre do much We saw the Muzaffarnagar and Assam communal riots in 2012 and 2013 but what could the centre really do about them Again MPs can raise such issues in parliament but the problem can only be tackled at the state level If UP does not act to prevent a Muzaffarnagar can the centre do it Are these issues to be raised nationally or at the state and regional level Instead the wrong solutions are being proffered as essential The Communal Violence Bill is seen by some as an antidote by giving the centre some powers to intervene in states but the only thing it will achieve is further antagonism between centre and states The solutions to law and order issues have to be found at the state level – not the centre Now consider the issues barely raised – the economy jobs defence foreign policy and devolution of power Everybody knows these are issues the centre can do something about – and thus ought to take centre-stage in a parliamentary election But barring some references to these issues by the BJP and Modi none of the opposition parties wants to talk about the economy jobs nuclear policy and defence This could be because the economy is a weak point with the UPA and all the parties supporting it but no one wants to discuss defence or foreign policy either – except at the regional level where Tamil Nadu wants to cock a snook at the Sri Lankans for human rights violations But once again this is purely for regional consumption and is not a robust foreign policy issue even in Tamil Nadu The BJP has talked about treating states like partners in progress and also emphasised their role in boosting foreign trade but the idea is so skimpy on detail that it is practically not an issue in these elections The bottomline is this: this national election is being fought on the wrong issues – issues on which MPs can do little and issues which are often not the centre’s job However there is a good reason why non-issues have become issues: wrong distribution of power between centre and states Currently economic power is concentrated with the centre while political power has shifted to the states This is why state-level leaders dream of going to the centre – when what they actually want is to control the purse-strings In fact Modi’s rivals ought to ask themselves this: why does a Modi who has been enormously successful in Gujarat want to become PM where he could be far less effective as head of a multi-headed coalition One part of the answer would be that if the centre is going to keep harassing him – politically or economically – he has a vested interest in trying to grab power at the centre On the other hand if he didn’t need the centre’s indulgence in Gujarat and he was effectively PM of Gujarat why wouldn’t he want to make his mark in Gujarat by making it the next China There is another reason why state leaders want to become powerful at the centre It is actually easier to rule in Delhi than in Ahmedabad or Chennai or Kolkata In India beyond basic macroeconomic policy defence and foreign affairs it is the states that have to deliver everything – from basic law and order to agricultural growth to jobs and governance The centre may have the money but it is the states that have to distribute it and make it work for them Unlike the centre where the bureaucracy is efficient and has a fixed set of issues to grapple with at the state level leaders have to cope with raw issues grassroot politics caste and community alliances et al It is tougher to be CM than PM in India It is easier to be India’s FM than a state’s finance minister given the limited resources you have at your command The centre also makes policies for various sectors – thus complicating the job of state-level ministers handling industry portfolio When infrastructure needs land and sensible environmental policies why is it necessary for the centre to legislate in these areas Policies made in Delhi are harming the states – at least some of them The only logical way to deal with this economic and political asymmetry is to devolve economic power from centre to states and then further from states to local bodies Currently the economic power asymmetry between centre and state is mirrored in the state-local body relationship State urban development ministries for example are more powerful than municipal corporations even in big resource-generating cities like Mumbai Just as the Centre does not want to let go of its control of resources the state wants to control the resources of cities Power is quite simply in the wrong hands both at centre and state capitals The fundamental thing we need to change about our constitutional arrangement is that the centre’s economic powers need to be curtailed and restricted to macroeconomic policies – fiscal and monetary – defence foreign affairs etc The states should do the rest The states should decide agricultural and industries policies subject to broad guidelines on environmentBut even they should not decide local bodies’ priorities The only issue central to India’s growth is empowerment of states and local bodies But this is the one thing nobody is discussing Written by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: November 25 2016 1:32 am Raman tells Shagun that because of Ishita his mood is spoiled in tonight’s episode of Yeh Hai Mohabbatien Top News Raman tells Shagun that because of Ishita his mood is spoiled He takes Pihu and Shagun to an Italian restaurant Shagun asks Raman whether he really wants to divorce Ishita Shagun says it is hard to believe that he hates Ishita Raman says lots of things against Ishita to make Shagun believe in his lies He tells her that because of Ishita he got separated from his family and he will never forgive Ishita Ruhi comes there and hears the conversation She bursts with anger she tells Raman that he himself has left the family and Ishita is innocent She takes Ishita’s side and tells Raman that you can’t divorce her Ishimaa Watch What Else Is Making News In the presence of Shagun she discloses that Ishita is moving on and Ruhi especially came to Adelaide to make everything fine between Raman and Ishita Shagun gets shocked to know that Ishita is seeing someone Ruhi cries and tells Raman that he has hurt her badly She leaves Raman tries to stop Ruhi but Shagun advises Raman not to go after Ruhi She tells Ruhi is a big girl give her time to accept that her parents are going to separate Raman says nothing but he is happy that at least now Shagun is fully convinced that Raman and Ishita hate each other Adi tries to pamper Aalia he takes her for dinner He apologises to Aaliya he tells that there is some reason that he is not able to give her time And he will let her know the reason at the right time Just then he gets a call from Ruhi who is crying and tells him everything She tells that Raman only takes care of Pihu and he has lost all feelings for remaining family members She blames Vidyut she says he is the real culprit behind Ishita and Raman’s separation She decides to teach a lesson to Vidyut She is planning to confront him openly Adi asks Ruhi to meet Ishita and tries to make her understand Ruhi puts down the call Adi realises that he has left Aaliya alone in the restaurant He immediately goes inside and finds that she has already left Next day Aaliya is packing her bag for Bangkok Adi knocks the door and apologises to Aaliya again She tells that she is no more interested in him and she is leaving Adi tells Aaliya that he and Ruhi are on a mission They are trying to save their parent’s marriage In Adelaide Raman Ishita and Vidyut are sitting in a coffee shop Raman tells Ishita about Ruhi Ishita worries about her and asks Raman to tell her everything Raman says that right now it is more important to get Pihu’s custody Raman says Shagun is bored with her marriage with Mani She desperately wants some excitement in life If Vidyut becomes her new interest then she will definitely leave her past relationships and go for him Vidut says that he and Shagun are just flirting around and he is not serious for her Ishita says that Shagun does have interest in him as she lied to him that Pihu is not her daughter Raman tells Vidyut that Pihu is just a trophy for Shagun she can anytime choose any rich and successful person over Pihu Ishita too pleads to Vidyut to help them Vidyut finally agrees They all plan to fool Shagun Vidyut calls Shagun for a date For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Margao | Published: October 20 2017 9:50 pm England coach Steve Cooper said the confidence of his side was high as they have been unbeaten in this tournament Related News England and United States of America coaches were today cautious in their assessment of tomorrow’s quarterfinal match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup here beyond saying that it will be a game of entertaining football England coach Steve Cooper said the confidence of his side was high as they have been unbeaten in this tournament “The knock-out stage is always tough In the first round against Japan we found difficult to break the opposition defence and had to go on penalty shootout to win Tomorrow also we are facing a tough opponent who play similar style of football and we expect entertaining football” Cooper said at the pre-match press conference US coach John Hackworth also said almost the same when asked about tomorrow’s clash at the Nehru Stadium “We are expecting a fantastic game against England who are in fine form and are looking to keep their unbeaten run intact Both teams have played together four times and know each other well We play similar football and tomorrow we are expecting entertaining match and hope we do well to win tomorrow” said Hackworth The US will be playing in a third different venue of the tournament tomorrow (after playing in New Delhi and Navi Mumbai) While it will be the team’s first time here in this tournament Hackworth’s side has plenty of familiarity with this venue thanks their participation in the 2016 AIFF Youth Cup in May last year Playing five matches during that tournament the US advanced all the way to the final where it lost 1-2 in extra time to Korea Asked if he expects tomorrow’s match to go upto the penalty shootout Hackworth said “We want to win the game in regulation time If it comes to penalty we are ready as we have been doing penalty practice in training sessions” “It’s disappointing that our senior team did not qualify for the 2018 World Cup to be held in Russia We’ll try to make up for the disappointment and try to win this tournament” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News "While in the majority of countries,as he doesn’t want to see her hurt, HD 1): 6:30pm: Belgium vs Canada; 8:30pm: Britain vs Australia For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 23, Novy Kapadia is a sports commentator and author of The Football Fanatic’s Essential Guide, My children are hardworking. Though jubilliant over his successSukaran seemed to be calm and poisedunlike other students His motherwho is a teacher at the Kendriya Vidyalaya Number 1Halwarasaid?

“Everyone loves his country. The court cannot close its eyes to the decreasing figures of child sex ratio in the state especially in Kolhapur. Lauding the step taken by the collector in Kolhapurthe court said it hoped that the installation of the silent observer would help in balancing the child sex ratio in the state Protecting the privacy of the patients and the sonography clinicshoweverthe court said the images monitored through the silent observer should not be made available to third parties unless disputed in a court The child sex ratio has gone down from 913 in 2001 to 883 in 2011 in the state In Beedits as low as 801 and in Kolhapur it is 836the court had been informed in another petition filed before it earlier These (sex-determination) tests are not undergone by the lower strata of the society The higher stratawho are well educatedare the ones going for sex-determination tests? The 31-storey building had been planned as a six-storey building earlier. Cadet Anshuman Joshi of Charlie squadron came a close second with a timing of 42 minutes and 58 seconds.who was also effectively supported by leader of Opposition Vidya Stokes and PCC president Kaul Singh Thakur,then we are afraid that our discoms may fail to supply uninterrupted power due to cash crunch during summer months and Commonwealth Games even though we may have adequate power tie-ups for that period. When discoms have additional or surplus powerthey are permitted to sell it on the power exchange according to the prevailing rates decided by the NRPC Having sold a lot of surplus power to states in the Northern RegionDelhis discoms are still awaiting payment to the tune of Rs 350 crores Narayanan also alleged in his letter that the NRPC is more vigilant about ensuring that similiar payments are provided to the Western and Eastern region NRPC has made no effort to recover the amount and release it to Delhi On the contrarythe NRPC has been partial in releasing almost the entire outstanding payment to other regions (Rs 378 crore was disbursed to Western and Eastern regions against their dues of Rs 396 crores) at the cost of Delhi? ? He was rushed to the PGI,the Chandigarh Police said marriages solemnised at places like the Arya Samaj and Vedic Welfare Society at Sector 22-B in Chandigarh were genuine. 2013 8:43 am Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan today shot the last episode of the seventh season of hit quiz show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’.

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