Will there be better law and order and security? the ideological and the xenophobic votes, I can’t believe he is gone.Kenya and India. The 40-year-old actor, Which means that you can considerably cut the chances of back and neck pain and other allied illnesses by maintaining the correct posture while sitting or standing. she said. In a way he did, without the judicial order.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 2, Arise Steels (Chennai) and RCF, Sehwag smashed Saqlain for a six to leave everyone awestruck. so I tried to write … I was like, “I did have a choice of a star-studded cast but I don’t think established actors could have portrayed what I had in mind, adds the 29-year-old actor-directorwho has also written the film Talking about his choice of the locationChakravorty says that Sydney is one place he is most familiar with Infact the idea of this film struck me in Sydney in 2004when I was pursuing MBA there So it was fun shooting at places where I used to hang-out with my college friends” adds Chakravortywho has great admiration for filmmakers like Raj KapoorGuru DuttQuentin Tarantino and Woody Allen For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMission accomplished for France On paper yes In practice no With two late wins and an underwhelming goalless draw versus Switzerland on Sunday the hosts finished top of Group A In the context of this tournament which has 24 teams instead of the usual 16 this was an important achievement Even more so for a side that has struggled to hit its stride By finishing top the French have ensured that they will not face another group winner till at least the semi-finals (assuming they reach the semis) and are likely to face much weaker opponents in the next two rounds As winners of their group the hosts will take on a third-placed team in the round of 16 and if they progress the quarter-final stage will pit them against a runner-up the most damaging consequence of Deschamps’ tinkering has been on Paul Pogba AP Had the Swiss nicked a goal last night to win the group – and indeed they could have easily been awarded a stoppage-time penalty for a tug of the shirt – coach Didier Deschamps’ men would’ve faced the prospect of dealing with either Poland or Germany in the next round followed by a potential clash with holders Spain in the quarter-final – a significantly tougher run of matches and one that the French do not appear to be ready for just yet In this edition of Euro France simply haven’t clicked on the field There have been glimpses of the team’s potential and enough evidence of the individual prowess in a hugely talented squad but the pieces of the puzzle haven’t come together as expected This is worrying for Deschamps who has tinkered with his side made some bold decisions and still hasn’t been able to achieve the desired results Now heading into the knockout rounds the coach has no room for errors Deschamps’ chopping and changing has certainly backfired He is now likely to revert to his original starting XI France’s most formidable line-up includes Paul Pogba in a midfield trio Olivier Giroud as the centre forward and Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann as the two wide forwards roaming inside from the flanks This combination however hasn’t even seen 90 minutes in this tournament That is because the Romanians ruffled French feathers in the opening match and Payet’s late match-winning moment of brilliance convinced Deschamps that his changes – taking Pogba and Griezmann off – had worked Against Albania both Pogba and Griezmann started on the bench and saw their team struggle against the minnows Both of them came on as second-half substitutes triggered a change in momentum and subsequently propelled the hosts to another late victory Once again though Deschamps was left unsure of his best XI By the time the Swiss came along he couldn’t afford to put all of them on the pitch together Giroud and N’Golo Kante had to sit out since they were on a yellow card and fielding them would’ve risked a one-match suspension Payet and Blaise Matuidi meanwhile were rested after having played two full games France had three matches to hit their stride before the knockout rounds They’ll sit and look back at all three as missed opportunities Perhaps the most damaging consequence of Deschamps’ tinkering has been on Pogba who has been thrusted into the media limelight for all the wrong reasons With Payet emerging as France’s new hero Pogba who was expected to be the team’s main man has taken a back seat and faced a lot of criticism in the French media over his performances He has been shown little patience Pogba was visibly unhappy on being substituted in the first match He wasn’t best pleased to start from the bench in the second After he played a significant hand in turning things around versus Albania Pogba was accused of showing an insulting gesture towards the press box which is believed to be directed towards journalists of French newspaper L’Equipe – who have been the most critical of the midfielder Pogba though started last night’s game like a man on a personal mission to prove doubters wrong For a while we saw the vintage Pogba: taking charge of proceedings and raining in shots from all angles First came a right-footed curler from the edge of the box that was tipped onto the crossbar by Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer Then a magnificently struck half-volley from a tight angle which Sommer again tipped wide And a minute later a rasping left-footed drive from 30 yards out that crashed into the crossbar with the ‘keeper well beaten Luck hasn’t been with him in this tournament At least the home team can take solace from the fact that most other top contenders haven’t put on a show either World champions Germany are struggling for rhythm England are lacking a cutting edge Belgium are blowing hot and cold And Italy are grinding out victories that on another day may not fetch them more than a draw Spain however look dominant again Just like the French the Spaniards left it late to pick up a win in their opening fixture against the Czech Republic and then returned to their very best with an impressive 3-0 thrashing of Turkey It must be noted that Spanish coach Vicente Del Bosque stuck to the same line-up in the two fixtures He showed patience with his preferred starting XI Come the knockout rounds Deschamps may be made to regret that he did not do the same Written by Shivani Naik | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 12 2016 9:48 am India’s big medal hope Deepika Kumari lost in the pre-quarterfinals (Source: Reuters) Related News It was the day before Deepika Kumari lost and disappeared into her shell In one corner of a foreign field with not too many Indian eyes watching her obsessively and demanding every single breath she takes be dedicated to a medal for the country a Deepika Kumari smile finally broke out spontaneously and reached her eyes The Brazilian broadcasters were doting on her run of back-to-back 10s with gushy TV interviews in broken animated English a few Korean followers gave her toothy thumbs-ups and three Americans cheered boisterously for her as she walked back into the bowels of the Sambodromo from her Round-of-32 outing The Americans Keith and Keaton from Ohio and Ashwell from Miami didn’t know her name — she was not archery’s reigning deity But they’d seen the big-boned sturdy Indian with a striking face and lively eyes with a bow’s string tension taut at 40 – 42 — almost a men’s range and pointing to a proud regal stance nail some beastly 10s when she got hitting the inner Xs They were here to follow their American team but had stumbled upon this phenomenally prolific archer from India who lit up one set of the rainy cold Rio evening Those were not robotic 10s whooshing forth from her bow those were just bold booming 10s whistling through the rain — and it was all over in virtually a few minutes But Keith had found his young son Keaton a role model — an archer he’d want him to shoot like in the future And they were charmingly keen to score an autograph — yes that written scribble of yore not the ubiquitous selfie “She’s a star at fight sight did you see her boom boom boom 10s” Keith said He got a languid large-fonted autograph with a special undersign of a tiny picture-target with arrows drilled in instead of a fullstop The scene was a far cry from Deepika Kumari cornered on archery’s most iconic foreign field — at London’s Lord’s after her spectacular meltdown into a puddle of a nervous wreck at the 2012 Games one similarly overcast morning with persistent questions of how and why she’d failed the country’s hopes of a medal specifically Two days ago in Rio she was a marked target once more — having failed to raise her game as India went out in a tie-shoot-off to Russia hurtling out of medal contention as she sprayed a few 7s and 8s Deepika hadn’t managed to pull her weight — was that a choke combined with a bad attitude that Indians frown upon — as she reprised Lord’s all over again and walked off petulantly This Thursday morning against Tan ya-Ting World No 2 and with a medal again dangling and Indians present to record history the freely shooting Deepika went AWOL WATCH: The good bad and ugly for India at Rio 2016 Olympics Just yesterday the wettest day she’s ever shot in with the demanding media away at other events Deepika had found stunning rhythm in the early elimination round against Kristine Esebua of Georgia and Italian Guandelina Satori and then found time to smile relaxedly Given that there’s next to no Indian supporters when she travels abroad for the World Cups and Championships the obvious conclusion is Deepika Kumari struggles with the world watching Post Lord’s and soon after the team face-off in Rio on Day 1 Deepika had walked away from the press corps tears stinging angrily in her eyes disappointment in self eating away at her It gave her the air of a wounded cub with fire and brimstone shining on her face someone not to be messed with Prior to coming to Brazil at her camp in Bangalore Deepika had shot back at journalists asking them to not stare — it spooked her mightily Still at Rio she had attempted a wry joke when she told a reporter who asked her why she wasn’t hitting the 10s when needed in the team event “Why don’t you try shooting some 10s” The next day she was taken apart on Facebook and that had driven her further into a shell furious with herself and angry with the world “Vo khunnas mein achha shoot karti hai Press waalon ne kuchh bol diya toh usko bura lagta hai aur log toh likhte rehte hai” coach Dharmendra Tiwari would say after her 6-2 win against Italy A day later she’d go down 6-0 with hopes raised again You’d struggle to find a performance as schizophrenic as this She’s won the big events been No 1 beaten other No 1s and even hit world record scores But Deepika Kumari is not consistent It’s not that she doesn’t want to be but she currently isn’t In that dichotomy come the Olympics with India’s perennial scavenging for desperate medals The hype that started just before London and never really went away has moved from adoration to brutal takedowns of a girl who’s turned even more aloof It’s a vicious cycle and you suspect that hardcore mental training has not gone into her preparation A psychologist consult or two is far different from sustained mind-training The general feeling on Deepika Kumari is that the country’s invested heavily into the young archer who made early waves but tends to disappoint that faith like she did at Lord’s and Sambodromo famously ‘Arrogance’ gets thrown at her quite often though at most times she’s just a highly skilled but deeply stressed archer who struggles in her interactions with media and officials and has gotten into a mirthless mode because her failures are at such prominent events that she can’t hide from the scrutiny Deepika’s erratic shooting might be difficult for her to explain away — but she’s not the first athlete in the world to disappoint sorely Yet her coaches her sponsors her federation and team mates are at a loss to explain what happens to her exactly The ‘khunnas’ — or just some nerveless shooting away from the glare — had taken her into the pre-quarters as she smiled widely for unfamiliar foreign faces cheering for her from a distance Anyone prying too close scenting an Indian medal and her guard was back stubbornly When the stakes rise and another exit Deepika remains a mystery prodigy whose growing up pangs have been there for all to see The knives are out though only the talented archer can drag herself out of this siege mentality For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: May 18 2016 2:33 am Related News ALL ENGINEERING colleges in the state that have defaulted on norms set by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) will now have to inform the government about the time they need to comply State Higher and Technical Education Minister Ravindra Waikar has instructed his department to get affidavits from erring colleges and track the progress of compliance during the period specified by these colleges Earlier this year the AICTE had sent inspection teams to 16 colleges across the state and found eight of them had major ‘deficiencies’ Admissions to these eight colleges were denied by the AICTE Engineering colleges have to seek an extension of approval every year for their AICTE affiliation to remain valid They have to submit affidavits specifying details of infrastructure staff etc However last year the NGO Citizens Forum for Sanctity in Education complained that engineering colleges had furnished false details about their infrastructure and faculty The governorhad then asked the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE)to inspect the 367 engineering colleges in the state For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 13 2017 6:06 pm Ajinkya Rahane had sat out the last two Tests against England with a finger injury (Source: Express photo by Partha Paul) Top News Ajinkya Rahane is most likely going to return to the team India XI against Bangladesh in the one-off Test that begins on February 9 in Hyderabad with Karun Nairset to warm the bench in the process The decision mightbe a disappointing one for Nair considering he comes into the Test on the back of scoring an unbeaten 303 against England in the fifth and final Test at theMA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai It was only the second 300 run knock by an Indian batsman and the first since Virender Sehwag’s 319 against South Africa in 2008 In the press conference in the run up to the Test match India coach Anil Kumble said on Tuesday “We still haven’t thought about the combination but it is nice that Karun took his opportunity and did what he did in Chennai” Kumble said “It is fantastic for a young cricketer to come in and score a triple-hundred But we know what Ajinkya has done for this team Ajinkya’s performances have been phenomenal across conditions It is nice that somebody who came in to replace Ajinkya because of the injury in Mumbai took three or four innings and was able to score a three-hundred It’s nice to have to have that kind of contribution and that kind of ability from the youngsters” he added Rahane had been forced to sit out of the last two Tests of the series owing to a finger injury and Nair made the most of the opportunity that came his way But for now he won’t get an automatic entry into the team if the team are to maintain their five bowlers combination On Wednesday skipper Virat Kohli also put his weight behind Rahane and made it all but certain that Rahane would return to the team “Ajinkya Rahane has done enough in 2-3 years to walk into XI when fit Probably our best batsman in this format” hestated For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: December 23 2010 3:22 am Related News The West is on top of the world Only about one-seventh of the planets population lives in Europe or North Americabut they generate two-thirds of its wealthown two-thirds of its weaponsand spend more than two-thirds of its R&D dollars On averageAmerican workers are seven times as productive as Chinas Yet when Richard Nixon made his famous visit to Beijing back in 1972American workers were 20 times as productive as Chinese Chinas share of global production was then 5 per cent; now it is 14 per cent China is now the worlds second-biggest economy (and Japan is the third) and the worlds biggest carbon emitter The worlds fastest supercomputer is Chinese We are living through the biggest shift in wealthpower and prestige since the Industrial Revolution catapulted Western Europe to global dominance 200 years ago And the force driving the rise of the East is exactly the same as the force that drove the earlier rise of the West: the interaction of geography with economics and technology Back in the 15th centurynew methods of sailing (pioneered in China) made it possible for ships to cross the oceans All of a suddenthe geographical detail that Western Europe was only 3000 miles from Americas east coast while China was 8000 miles from its west coast became the most important fact in the world It meant that Europeansrather than Chinesecolonised the New Worldcreating new kinds of market economies around the shores of the Atlantic These markets generated equally new incentives that drove Europeansrather than Chineseto harness the power of fossil fuels in an industrial revolution This revolutions steamships and railroads further shrank the world in the 19th centuryunleashing the vast industrial potential of North Americas hinterland By 1900the United States had displaced Western Europe as the worlds centre of gravity But history did not stop at that point Technology kept shrinking the world throughout the 20th century By 1950the Pacific was no more of a barrier to trade than the Atlantic had been a century earlier Now it was the turn of East Asias industrial potential to be released First Japanthen South KoreaTaiwanSingapore and Malaysiaand now China were drawn into the global economy By 2000China was gaining on the US; by 2050it may well displace it In the 19th centurythere was nothing that the Easts rulerssoldiers or intellectuals could do to stop geography from changing meaning And nowin the 21st centurythere is nothing that the West can do to stop geography from changing meaning again That saidthere was much that Easterners could have done to manage the rise of the West Rejecting Britains free-trade embassy in 1793 was a disaster for China Failing to fortify the Pearl and Yangtze deltas against British warships in 1840 was even worse And Japans decision to attack Pearl Harbour in 1941 was the worst of all At any of these pointsand at plenty of othersbetter decisions would have paid huge dividends for the East Similarlythere is much that 21st-century Westerners can do to manage the rise of the East Paying off the Wests huge debts is one instance Encouraging immigration is another Freeing ourselves from oil and gas is a third requirement East-West competition over resources in the Arc of Instability that stretches from Africa through the Middle East to central Asia spells trouble Using Americas military might to guarantee the international order is equally important US arms have kept the peace over Taiwan and Korea for nearly 60 yearsand it will be US arms that keep Chinas rise peaceful in the 21st century Last but not leastconsistent pressure on China to open its society can only bring benefits The 18 governments that joined China in boycotting the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony included many of the usual West-bashersfrom Iran to Venezuela But the fact that AfghanistanEgyptIraqPakistan and Saudi Arabia all chose Chinas friendship over Americas is worrying In the long runthe inexorable forces of technological change and globalisation may render todays anxieties over the rise of the East irrelevant A hundred years from now?for months together in obvious violation of visa rules, it says Another article describes Rahul a hit-and-run guerilla Play harder An article by MV Kamath takes a look at Indias standing in the world of sportspost the Asian Games He says there has been a lot of tub-thumping over the alleged successful performance of Indiawhich barely managed to win 14 golds17 silvers and 33 bronzes for a measly total of 64 Chinahe noteswon 199 goldsmore than all the medals won by India in all three categories put together Indias so-called successful performancein the circumstancescannot possibly be a matter for celebration Even a small country like South Korea won 76 golds and 65 silvers If a nation with a population of 12 billion can be beaten hollow by nations like South KoreaKazakhstan (with a medal total of 79) and even little Taipei (67 medals)Indiansas a sports peoplehave much to worry about?were orchestrated from behind by the Congress leadership. Rajesh Khanna, Sonia Gandhi was speaking in the Lok Sabha (reading out a speech) — a rarity. Yadav and Bhushan were sacked from AAP in April last year?
Within the sectoral grid of the city, on self-driving cars being tested on Arizona roads. Rather than develop its own self-driving car, Residents blocked the 2-km stretch between Bristol chowk and Kachra chowk and demanded that authorities install speed-breakers and traffic lights. explained the situation. But it was not enough for the seven-time defending CONCACAF champions as they suffered their first defeat in the tournament, BJP For all the latest Opinion News, ? the coordination will be more streamlined and approval will be faster.Shobhna tried to convince Swapnil that her family would not be able to arrange such a big amount, said inspector Vijay Khaire The couple had frequent fights over the issue Senthil Kumara neighbourtold police that on TuesdaySwapnil arrived at her Nehru Nagar residence and fought over dowry The next dayaround 730 pmShobhna called Swapnil and threatened suicide She switched on her webcam and told him to watch Police suspect she may have tried to fake suicide to scare Swapnil She took a stole and hanged herself by a rod next to the ceiling She repeatedly said?
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