But after her party-led alliance won the elections,Kothari enhanced his reputation with this victory as he fired breaks of 75 in the third frame,56-55 victory as he snatched his second title in four championship rounds, Why is it not helping small industries like the ceramic cluster in Morbi? Patel asked For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 23 2013 2:17 am Related News The police have booked the driver of the car that ran over a seven-month pregnant woman in Meghaninagar area Sunday for culpable homicide (not amounting to murder) A speeding WagonR had hit Jasi Rathod (30)a labourer from Rajasthankilling her on the spot and injuring her two children walking along with her The Meghaninagar police have arrested Pragnesh Hargovind Patel (23)who was reportedly driving the carand booked him for culpable homicide (not amounting to murder) under section 304 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Before Patel surrendered late Sunday nightone of his cousin brothersidentified as Nilesh alias Dinesh Patelappeared before the Meghaninagar police claiming he was driving the car at the time of the accident Howeverlocals and eye-witnesses told the police they had seen a much younger boy run out of the car Nilesh too has been arrested and booked for harbouring an accused The accident took place Sunday morning when the victim was returning home after work with her two childrena four-year-old daughter and one-and-a-half-year-old son Meghaninagar police said the Maruti Wagon R car GJ 1 HN 7652 that came out of the Ghanshyam Apartments hit the pregnant woman before ramming into an electric post after hitting four vehicles parked nearby After the accidentthe car driver abandoned the vehicle and escaped Inspector D A Desai Parmarwho is the investigating officer in the casesaid Pragnesh had confessed to his crime DCP (Zone IV) M K Nayak said Patel was tracked using the cars registration details For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: September 11 2013 2:45 am Related News The North Division police recovered 32 stolen two-wheelers worth Rs 12 lakh following the arrest of three persons Police identified the accused as Rizwan alias Chikkasab (19) of SunkadakatteAmal Jain (25) of RT Nagar and Anand (20) of Geddalahalli The police said the accused stole bikes during the day from parking lots and at night from around houses They used duplicate keys The arrests led to detection of offences in MalleshwaramRajagopalnagarNandini LayoutSanjaynagarSubramanyanagarBasaveshwaranagarSeshadripuram and Kamakshipalya DCP (north) Sandeep Patil said the accused disposed the stolen vehicles in the city and also on its outskirts 4 dacoits held for looting elderly couple Four dacoits were arrested by the Kadugodi police for allegedly threatening and looting an elderly couple at their house at Kaikondanahalli village a year ago Police seized stolen property worth Rs 5182 lakhincluding Rs 55 lakh cashfollowing the arrests Police Commissioner Raghavendra Auradkar said the accused had been identified as Raghu alias Hegde (24) of KathriguppeManu alias Manukumar (26) of KG NagarHarishguptha alias Shetty (26) of ITI ColonyVidhyapeeta Circle and Sagar (24) of Sreerangapatnam in Mandya district Police said they solved a case of dacoity reported in HSR Layout police station with the arrest Six to 10 men had gained forcible entry into the house of senior citizen Ramaiah Reddy on June 192012 For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPeshawar: A Pakistani court refused bail on Wednesday to an Afghan woman immortalised on a National Geographic cover after she was arrested in Pakistan and accused of being one of thousands of refugees using fake ID cards Pakistan last week arrested Sharbat Gula whose haunting green eyes —captured in an image taken in a Pakistan refugee camp by photographer Steve McCurry in the 1980s —became the most famous cover in the magazine’s history A man holds up a National Geographiccover with the photograph of Afghan refugee woman Sharbat Gulla from his rare collection in Islamabad Pakistan AP She was accused of living in the country on fraudulent identity papers following a two-year investigation into her and her husband who has absconded Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan told a press conference on Sunday the country would review her case on the grounds that "she is a woman" and the government "should see it from a humanitarian angle" However a judge in the northwestern city of Peshawar rejected bail for Gula saying she had failed to make her case She got both a computerised ID and a manual ID judge Farah Jamshed said in a written judgement "meaning that on both occasions she impersonated herself as Pakistani citizen without legally adopting the status of same" Officials say Gula applied for a Pakistani identity card in Peshawar in 2014 using the name Sharbat Bibi Her arrest highlights the desperate measures many Afghans are willing to take to avoid returning to their war-torn homeland as Pakistan cracks down on undocumented foreigners Pakistan has for decades provided safe haven for millions of Afghans who fled their country after the Soviet invasion of 1979 Until recently the country had hosted some 14 million Afghan refugees according to UNHCR making it the third-largest refugee hosting nation in the world A further one million unregistered refugees were also believed to be in the country But since July hundreds of thousands have returned to Afghanistan in a desperate exodus amid fears of a crackdown as even Pakistan’s famed hospitality ran out Last month UNHCR said more than 350000 Afghan refugees — documented and undocumented —had returned from Pakistan so far in 2016 adding it expects a further 450000 to do so by the year’s end Shortly before writing this article I read a piece elsewhere describing the current Test series between India and West Indies in the Caribbean — and especially the drawn second match in Jamaica — as perhaps the most boring Test cricket the viewer had ever watched Well to each his own: one man’s stimulation is another’s tedium Myself I find little more riveting in five-day cricket than watching a hard-fought backs-to-the-wall attritional rearguard action from an oppressed team — that yet somehow manages to hang on and save the day Naturally that ‘tension’ that ‘excitement’ is more likely to be ratcheted up if you support the team that’s doing its damnedest to hang on I concede that it can be greatly frustrating for the fan of the superior team that’s unable to execute the coup de grace but surely not boring Maybe the boredom stems from a lack of personal investment in either side Roston Chase shows the ball as walks to the pavilion after taking five wickets AP I doubt there was a single committed West Indies cricket supporter who was not consumed with passion this week – following events in the Sabina Park Test Match via the TV or radio — as a young unknown from Barbados with the aid of a handful of colleagues resisted and successfully withheld the best attempts of over-throwall by Virat Kohli’s Indian tourists Roston Chase As the fine Trinidadian commentator Ian Bishop said famously of another previously unheralded West Indian only a few months ago: “remember the name” Chase a Bajan all-rounder in only his second Test Match produced an innings of class and maturity to turn a certain loss in the second game of this four-match series into a highly commendable and respectable draw Young Roston is twenty-four and hails from the South Coast of Barbados not-so-far from Bridgetown and the Kensington Oval His club is Empire – the wonderful tiny stonewall-surrounded postage-stamp ground full of history and greatness where legends like Sir Frank Worrell and Sir Everton Weekes learnt their craft and exhibited their genius to the regular thrill of the packed ground – with thousands gathering to witness the greats in close proximity Chase has been in-and-around the Barbados national XI’s set-up for about five years and until last year was considered mainly as a batsman In his first three seasons he failed to consolidate a place in the island’s first-choice XI making only one fifty in fifteen innings – while enjoying some success as an occasional off-spinner His breakthrough came in 2014/15 the first season of the WICB’s newly constituted and professionalized Professional Cricket League four-day regional first-class competition He exceeded five hundred runs for the first-time; scored his maiden first-class century; and finished with a healthy average of 44 In the following season the League’s second he progressed markedly and exceeded those figures: 710 runs at 59 with six scores above 50 in 16 innings And for the first time too his bowling was utilized as more than just an optional variation Barbados’ first-choice Test-Match playing slow-left-armers Sulieman Benn and Jomel Warrican were both unavailable largely on international duty – so Chase stepped up to support first-choice off-spinner Ashley Nurse as second spinner Twenty-three wickets at 17 with two five-wicket-in-an-innings performances were evidence that Chase was now a genuine all-rounder – and that he was an early successful product of the new system The WICB’s PCL is the framework upon which the Board is attempting to rebuild West Indian cricket Envisaged and put into operation by Director of Cricket Richard Pybus this is the structure that it’s hoped will produce the new generation of Caribbean cricketers in a more modern disciplined and professional environment The concept suffered immediate fall-out: the re-allocation of funds from the earnings of the established international West Indies players into paying for the costs of the tournament and the wages of the newly professional cricketers caused much bitterness among the elite senior playing group and distrust between them and the two authorities which sanctioned the change: the West Indies Cricket Board and the players’ own union the West Indies Players Association As a consequence most of those internationals parted company with their own representative body The friction culminated in the disastrous tour of India in 2014 and the strike by the Windies ODI team led by Dwayne Bravo The disharmony between the opposing factions continues to this day Refinancing West Indies cricket and basically investing in developing future talent to the likely detriment of the ‘here and now’ — and the resulting loss of the established generation of cricketers like Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo — was a massive gamble by Pybus and the Board In the success of Chase and fellow heroic match-saving team-mates like Jermaine Blackwood Shane Dowrich and skipper Jason Holder they may be witnessing the first indications of some reward on their speculative investment But this is not going to be an easy process – and may make for tough viewing The West Indies have a huge gulf to make up to approach the ability in class and experience of teams like India Many further hidings — like they took in their recent tour of Australia; in the first Test in Antigua; and as seemed likely in Jamaica — may have to be endured But these young players need to learn how to make victory a tougher proposition for their opponents than has recently been the case before they learn how to win themselves Realism and pragmatism must play a part For a start they simply don’t appear to have the firepower or guile to take twenty wickets in a match – the prerequisite of winning any Test But until they do so they must learn to make it a priority to sell their own twenty wickets as dearly as possible – a lesson that some of the side with Chase at the vanguard so valiantly learned in Kingston Witnessing the inevitable defeat turn gradually from an unlikely stay-of-execution through hearty defiance into improbable survival and then possible and eventual redemption was thoroughly engrossing – and totally heat-warming for a Caribbean cricket follower In the best Dunkirk spirit this escape this draw felt more like a triumph Yet for some sports-watchers such a result is simultaneously inefficient and incongruous – maybe even incomprehensible Some Test cricket lovers enjoy satirising the cliched American attitude that cannot conceive of the point of a five-day contest finishing inconclusively Others agree with that viewpoint Personally I still gain great joy from the absurdity of the one format of cricket that has as yet thankfully resisted the need to embrace either net run-rates or super-overs in order to sate the cravings of an audience with the shortest of attention spans Andy Warhol memorably spoke of people one-day being ‘famous for fifteen minutes’ I foresee and fear a future when that is the duration of an entire cricket match Warhol understood the respective value of art and culture: he knew that popular culture like colourful images of soup tins have their place He was equally aware that ‘watching paint dry’ can be an artistic experience: his eight-hour movie ‘Empire’ was one continuous static shot of the Empire State Building The experience of watching reveals more about the viewer than the subject matter By the end of the Sabina Park Test Match Roston Chase looked as impressive and as immovable an edifice as that New York superstructure His monumental performance towered over the previous performances and contributions in the match His innings was both artistry and service I do hope that his renown will endure longer than a quarter of an hour By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 31 2017 11:21 pm Vijender Singh is the current WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight champion (Source: File) Top News An impressive seven knock-outs out of eight bouts under his belt star Indian boxer Vijender Singh said he is aiming for another “early finish” when he faces WBO Oriental super middleweight champion Zulpikar Maimaitiali of China in Mumbai on Saturday Saturday’s “Battleground Asia” fight night will give both the boxers a chance to claim double titles in a winner-takes- all show While Vijender is the current WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight champion Zulpikar is the WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion and whoever wins Saturday’s fight will claim the twin titles “Just pray for me I will try my 100 per cent for another knock-out I will try to finish the bout as early as possible” a confident Vijender told reporters on the sidelines of an event where he was named the brand ambassador of Platinum Heavy Duty Cement “But you never know with the Chinese Chinese products are not known to last long” the Beijing Olympics bronze-medallist said in jest Nine years younger to Vijender the Chinese no1 boxer has age on his side and he made his intentions clear when he said that he was training 10 hours a day to upset the Indian Asked about the age factor Vijender said it will be experience which will matter in the professional circuit “I don’t think age matters because it’s all about experience I still feel like 20 although I have crossed 30” Vijender said “I don’t know much about Zulpikar I searched his profile in wikipedia but didn’t get any significant results I saw his fight on TV just once but now I have asked my trainer to take that responsibility and train me accordingly” Talking about the coveted World Championship title Vijender said he is in no mood to hurry things and would like to achieve one goal at a time “It will take time We are going slowly My coach always tells me one thing that choose the right fight at the right time I am happy with the way I am doing right now” he said “After here my next fight will definitely be out of the country in either Dubai UK or US” In May earlier this year Vijender had terminated his contract with the UK-based Queensberry Promotions complaining that the company failed to deliver on its obligations in the last one year But the Indian boxer said he has got back with Queensberry as a freelancer and he is ready to join hands with anyone who will bring fights for him “Queensberry is still there but we are ready to work with everyone be it in UK US or Europe If you bring fights we are ready to work with anyone” Vijender said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jawhar Sircar | Published: November 25 2014 12:39 am A nation’s heritage is too serious a matter to be left in the care only of officialdom (Source: PTI photo) Related News The World Heritage Week which comes to a close today provides an excellent occasion to introspect and reconsider our approach towards the preservation of a rich heritage that our forefathers and nature have bequeathed For over one and a half centuries the state has undertaken this task with a varying degree of success and failure But it is now time for a mature nation to consider a broader framework of citizen-government partnership as this heritage belongs to the entire nation and not only to its present custodians Let us look at our record so far We have 32 sites 25 of which are historic or “cultural” on Unesco’s world heritage list and only five countries are ahead of us — Italy China Spain Germany and France This is mainly because they were busy filing nominations in the 1970s when the argumentative Indian and the Archaeological Survey of India were looking elsewhere By the time we realised the importance of being on the list the “drop gate” had come down and Unesco had restricted nominations from each country to only two per year irrespective of its size history or geography But we do not seem to have succeeded even in this limited task as the ASI could not submit even a single nomination to Unesco for several years This “scandal” was hardly noticed either by the nation or successive directors general of the ASI or even by culture secretaries and ministers When we finally got our act together we managed to place 12 fresh sites on the tentative list that precedes the final scrutiny and listing in just four years between 2009 and 2012 against only 12 claims listed in the preceding four decades A part of this sudden burst of energy was owed to an advisory committee set up within the culture ministry comprising private experts though the ASI did not seem pleased to have to give up its monopoly Within the next two years India filed 22 more applications and we now have a wider choice of 50 “properties” on the tentative list from which we can select our final nominations to receive the world heritage tag It saves us from the last-minute tension of filing dossiers on the closing day and substantiates the view that wider participation can help improve performance We have an inherent responsibility to protect and preserve what god has endowed us with in the form of unique natural landscapes seven of which find mention as “natural sites” If one goes over the dates one can clearly see how there were occasional bursts of energy in the ministry of environment in 1985-88 and then again in the 2010s There are mysterious black patches when no effort was taken to nominate sites for Unesco’s heritage status which is proof if any were required that a nation’s heritage is too serious a matter to be left in the care only of officialdom Intach and other societies have made valiant strides to spread the message though frankly “heritage” remains the obsession of small groups of concerned citizens Any attempt to involve citizens ultimately hits the wall of the law: the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act 1958 which replaced Lord Curzon’s Ancient Monuments Preservation Act of 1904 and entrusted the entire task of the preservation of “monuments of national importance” to the ASI As someone who has worked with the ASI I believe that other than its perennial shortage of money and personnel it is too hamstrung by government procedures to incubate and carry out great projects So sad is the ASI’s condition that half of its 3680 protected sites do not have a single guard Horror overtakes us when we read that anywhere between 45 to 92 of such sites are actually “missing” Entrusting the community to look after “unimportant” monuments with some local pride and involvement is suspiciously viewed and thought to be fraught with dangerous consequences In most advanced countries local heritage groups play a key role in the upkeep of many monuments and often do a great job India too needs to consider this option seriously The ASI’s list could also be slashed dramatically by deleting from its purview sites such as John Nicholson’s grave which apart from other factors commemorates Delhi’s devastating defeat in the war of 1857 But heritage does not mean only built or natural wonders It also refers to living heritage like customs rituals literature and the performing arts Traditional societies like India are especially rich in this domain of intangible cultural heritage as all relations are not crisply monetised Here again Unesco stepped in with consultations among its state parties and developed the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage India could register three living traditions in the first round — Vedic chants the Ramayana and the Kutiyattam dance of Kerala But when the lobbying began in earnest in 2008 it was caught napping as China inscribed 26 traditions in one shot while Japan and Korea managed to get in dozens Every attempt to galvanise or even shame cultural organisations were met with yawns or a “What’s in it for me” until one literally pleaded with them to think of the nation’s prestige and wasted potential As a result India presented 20 nominations by 2010 but Unesco quite irrationally cut the national quota to three per year So we now have only 13 on the world list These are only pointers so that we may move away from Unesco to where we started: public participation This is emerging slowly but the current pace of involvement will not be enough to combat the forces destroying heritage whether in the form of structures nature or living culture Respect or pride in one’s history is simply not enough to sustain us in this difficult task We will keep bemoaning the state of preservation in our country until we frankly discuss the issues concerning family treasures with its members especially the younger ones The writer is chief executive officer Prasar Bharati For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 5 2017 5:25 am PGI doctors said a brain-dead patient Rashpal Singh 55 had been admitted to PGI after he was injured in an accident Express Photo Related News A cadaver organ donation at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Tuesday gave a new lease of life to five persons including one at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi PGI doctors said a brain-dead patient Rashpal Singh 55 from a village near Nangal in Punjab was admitted to PGI after he was critically injured in a road accident He suffered severe head injuries and lost consciousness Initially admitting him in a local hospital the family rushed him to PGIMER where he was admitted here in an extremely critical condition on Sunday After following the protocols as per THOA 1994 the patient was declared brain-dead on Monday Dr Vipin Koushal Nodal Officer ROTTO PGI said following the family’s consent the process of the retrieval of the organs was initiated “As there was no matching recipient for liver here in PGI Regional Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization (ROTTO)PGI approached National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO) in Delhi and accordingly with NOTTO’s intervention retrieved the liver of the deceased Rashpal Singh and was allocated to AIIMS New Delhi for the matching recipient The liver was taken by AIIMS team from PGI today morning through a green corridor for International Airport from where it was airlifted for its destination in New Delhi” he was quoted in a statement issued by the PGI The statement added “The kidneys retrieved from the deceased through transplantation enabled second lease of life to two patients battling for survival here in PGIMER The corneas of the deceased will be used for another two patients in PGIMER thereby giving them sight and impacting their lives” Prof Jagat Ram Director PGI while expressing his gratitude to the donor’s kin for their “magnanimous decision” said organ donation is truly a noble cause “That’s why no words are enough to convey our gratitude and gratefulness for the donor families like that of Rashpal Singh for their courageous and selfless decision of organ donation and that too taken at an incredibly difficult time It is through the generous gesture of these donor families that hundreds of people each year are given a second chance at life” he said “The entire team of PGI involved in the processdeserve a mention for their untiring effort It is their skill and synergy passion and commitment that translate the donor family’s noble wish into a reality by saving precious lives” “Donating organs is an altruistic and egalitarian act as it benefits the recipient largely by improving health quality and span of his life and even saves him from death or other critical conditions”said Dr Koushal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 5 2017 10:03 pm On the eve of the U-17 World Cup the country’s first ever FIFA tournament Patel spoke about Indian football’s future plans (Source: PTI) Top News AIFF president Praful Patel on Thursday said he would urge FIFA to take up “seriously” India’s bid for the 2019 U-20 World Cup during the governing body’s executive committee meeting in Kolkata from October 26-28 On the eve of the U-17 World Cup the country’s first ever FIFA tournament Patel spoke about Indian football’s future plans Besides the U-20 World Cup the All India Football Federation is also eyeing a Club World Cup in 2020-21 and an AFC Asian Cup “We want to present some kind of a master plan to FIFA We will look towards FIFA’s continued support including financial and technical We would urge FIFA to take up India’s bid for the 2019 U-20 World Cup seriously” Patel told reporters in New Delhi on Thursday He added “There is positivity in FIFA’s mind and I did raise this issue with them they are looking at it positively We will have an opportunity to bring it in front of the executive committee where we will present India’s point of view India is being looked upon very positively at FIFA level” He said there should not be a lull after the tournament “We will try to work on the Club World Cup Originally my plan was for 2018-19 but now that they have been decided we shall pitch for 2020-21 So the momentum that has been built around this U-17 World Cup should not be lost on Indian football “We will have to build up excitement within India” Patel visited the Indian team training session at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium and had some encouraging words for the players “Everybody has realised that we are in a very tough group Everybody acknowledges that if India makes it to the next level it will be fantastic for us “I spoke to the coach and they are saying don’t be surprised as there could be some upsets” Patel reiterated the AIFF’s commitment towards grassroot programme and the current U-17 squad “These players will be well paid looked after by AIFF and kept as one consolidated team They will be well compensated This will be the nucleus for our future team They will play the I-League the coming one “This team is expected to be our mainline team as we move along We are planning three back-to-back teams The World Cup’s contribution is not only about finding this team and taking it forward It creates a much larger awareness within the country for the next crop of youngsters” Asked about FIFA’s random dope tests Patel said he is not worried about the Indian team For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe ceramic owners in Morbi are being charged 100 per 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