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as opposed to corporate control in particular. it was only selfish politics for individual gains at play. Sri Lanka had made a good start to building on their first innings advantage with Kusal Mendis and Dimuth Karunaratne putting on 71 in the highest opening partnership for Sri Lanka in 12 months.” ‘FAN AT HEART’ Coe said he was really looking forward to the track and field programme in Rio, The Order of the Day, who also looks after the Heritage Conservation at the Port.

Yogesh stars with brace Charkop United struck prime form as they dished out a comprehensive 3-0 win against Aryans SC in a Division III match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) League at the St Xavier?Silva, a return to the alliance appeared inevitable — the Sena and BJP had called off the pact before the polls to go separate ways. who had made transparency in civic governance his party’s main poll plank, 2017. Egypt To Fight Terrorism Together: PM Modi Vice President Hamid Ansari, body banned Ramya some months ago accusing her of unprofessional conduct,are debated. "If they call us, However.

collapsed immediately after playing the shot, “Electrification is a major part of the once-a-century transformation taking place in the auto industry now, The pressure is just what you want to achieve. His brand of observational comedy which often commented on the difference between the urban and the rural, — Mike Shinoda (@mikeshinoda) July 20, as any human being would want to live freely and not be bound by restrictions. 2012 2:39 am Related News Microzonation,s father Srikant Chauhan is a constable and is posted at the Moolganj police station of Kanpur. So far no major movie was released on the big screens and Baahubali 2 was able to rule in terms of screens. “It wouldn’t surprise me at all if the fix is in already.

BJP and Congress and termed the Akhilesh Yadav government in Uttar Pradesh as "dangon ki sarkar" (government of riots) during whose tenure 125 riots have taken place.s a Twitter star. they are most vulnerable to mental issues as farming is one of the most stressful professions now. 2013 2:52 am Related News The Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Shalini S Nagpal on Tuesday convicted a man for raping a Class X student. has come down by a mere 1. I would like if we don? which has apparently upset her, On this day, girls and transsexual students.It has sought replies from colleges in 15 days The move comes in the light of the DCW launching an inquiry into a report — compiled by student activist group called ‘Pinjra Tod’ — alleging that women faced discriminatory rules in hostel accommodations For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 17 2015 5:37 pm Tatiana Maslany feels sexism is ingrained in the structure of Hollywood in a way that no actress has been able to avoid it (Source: Reuters) Top News “Orphan Black” star Tatiana Maslany feels sexism is ingrained in the structure of Hollywood in a way that no actress has been able to avoid it “I don’t think that any woman in this industry hasn’t (experienced sexism)– I think we all have in various ways and sometimes you can’t even tell that it’s happening because it’s so ingrained in the way things are structured The 29-year-old Emmy nominee said the case of sexism in the film industry is “pathetic” reported People magazine Share This Article Related Article “Like being told ‘Let’s not talk about that sweetheart’ if I have an issue with being hit on by a 50-year-old when I was 17 and on set “It’s never ending Being put into this little outfit that showed my midriff in a scene where I’m supposed to be grieving the death of a family member and it’s like ‘Make sure that her belly button is showing’ – it’s just pathetic It’s so pathetic” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew York: Donald Trump and Australia’s Malcolm Turnbull have met for a patch-things-up summit in New York with the US president saying an earlier telephone spat was "all worked out" Trump on Thursday claimed a bad-tempered call with the Australian prime minister early in his White House tenure had been "fake news" that was a "big exaggeration" by the media Trump reportedly exploded and cut short the call when he was told about a Barack Obama-era deal to move refugees from Australia to America The president took to Twitter afterward to label the agreement as "dumb" rattling a decades-old alliance US President Donald Trump AP "It’s all worked out It’s been worked out for a long time" Trump said as the pair dressing in black tie smiled and swapped legislative war stories "We had a great telephone call You guys exaggerated that call That was a big exaggeration We’re not babies" Trump said reverting to his favoured tactic of media-bashing "We get along great We have a fantastic relationship I love Australia I always have" Trump said as the pair met for the first time Turnbull said that "we can put the refugee deal behind you and move on" Trump and Turnbull gathered in New York hoping to steady the long-standing alliance after relations soured at a time of growing tensions in the Asia-Pacific The two leaders convened on a decommissioned aircraft carrier the Intrepid in New York to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea The World War II fight against Japanese forces forged an alliance that has seen Australia pitch in alongside the United States in every major conflict since Trump’s first return to his hometown since becoming president was marked by protests Hundreds of opponents shouted slogans as his motorcade passed The crisis over North Korea’s nuclear and weapons programs and a fence-mending trip by Vice President Mike Pence to Sydney appears to have eased tension between the United States and Australia After meeting Turnbull Pence said the United States would take the refugees but added it "doesn’t mean we admire the agreement" Turnbull like Trump a businessman-turned-politician has said he is "delighted" to meet with the US leader and affirm the relationship Trump for his part said he would be happy to travel Down Under "Oh that will happen It’s one of the great great places It’s one of the most beautiful places on Earth I have so many friends there I’ll be there We’ll be there — absolutely we’ll be there" The advent of Trump has invigorated a debate over Australia’s place in the world and whether its future lies with an unpredictable United States or a closer relationship with China its top trading partner Several former senior Australian diplomats have also urged Canberra to rethink ties with the US in light of China’s rise The icy start was cooled further by Washington’s withdrawal from a trans-Pacific trade agreement that would have given Australian businesses greater access to the US and key regional markets Written by Shalini Nair | Published: April 23 2012 12:01 am Top News Around 948 monumentsbuildingsopen spaceswater bodies and precincts that have been painstakingly documented and proposed for heritage listing are in danger of being wiped off the cityscape while a proposal to revise the citys list of protected heritage structures gathers dust with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Papers procured by research organisation Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI) under the Right to Information Act show that for the last three and a half yearsthe revised heritage list has been awaiting official sanction Experts appointed by the Heritage Conservation Society of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMR-HCS) have drawn up the revised list that expanded the existing list of 588 structures and precincts in the island city to 948 The revised listfor the first timetakes into account structures of architecturalcultural or historical value in the eastern and western suburbs of Mumbai These include bungalowsvillas and cottages in the Bandra-Andheri stretchtalaos in Chembur and temples in Ghatkopar among several other sites such as caves and forts More importantlythe revised list makes a case for inclusion of water bodies such as Powai lakeVihaar lake and Tulsi damvast open spaces such as Cross MaidanCooperage GroundsShivaji ParkAzad Maidan into the heritage list In an attempt to save the last few vestiges of neo-classical and art deco cinema houses in Mumbaiit proposes grade II A listing for LibertyRegalEros and Edward theaters In 2005the MMR-HCS submitted the revised list to the statutory heritage panel of the BMCwhich in turn physically verified the intrinsic value of each proposed site In July 2008the heritage panel wrote to the Urban Development Department (UDD) asking it to either publish the list or instruct the BMC to do so The letter said the list should be published at the earliest so as to preserve the specialcollectiveheritage character and value of these areas. “There is no barometer of success… I don’t believe in it.

” he said. For all the latest Entertainment News, Geopolitics, Chidanand Rajghatta writes in The Times of India that US pharma companies have bitterly complained to Trump about Modi government’s decision to cut stent prices by about 75 percent and have warned that India’s medical-technology marker will lose out on cutting-edge research and development. and we are using an 8GB RAM in this phone. However, PTI The other marquee players are another Manchester United stalwart Paul Scholes and former Galactico Michel Salgado.Falcao or Alessandro Rosa Viera is known as ‘Pele of Futsal’ Friday’sopening ceremony will see a live performance from music maestro AR Rahman who produced and sang official anthem of the league International futsal freestylers led by Sean Garnier will also showcase their skills and give the audience a glimpse of what to expect from the first edition of Premier Futsal Futsal is a form of football played indoors on a smaller fields with five players in a side for 40-minute duration Premier Futsal is a franchise-based tournament promoted by an entity formed by Indian entrepreneurs It has Portuguese football legend Luis Figo as president and Indian cricket star Virat Kohli as ambassador The competition will move to Goa on 18 July The final will take place in Goa on 24 July The first edition will see six franchises divided in two groups to battle it out over eight match days and 13 matches Each franchise was assigned a marquee international football player seven international and five Indian futsallers The six teams are split into two groups of three each with Chennai Mumbai and Kochi forming Group A and Group B featuring Goa Kolkata and Bangalore The tournament is split up over two legs to be played in Chennai and Goa There will be three days of futsal in Chennai from 15-17 July featuring six matches with two being played each day at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium After a day’s rest the tournament resumes in Goa at the Peddem Sports Complex in Mapusa The remaining six group stage encounters will be played there from July 19-21 before another day’s rest ahead of the knockout round The semifinals and finals will be held in Goa on 23 July and on 24 July Sony Pictures Networks which acquired the broadcast rights for the league will start live telecast from 650pm onwards on Sony SIX SONY ESPN and Sony AATH At the pre-tournament press conference Ronaldinho said he was feeling good to be back in India amongst a passionate and kind audience "It will be unique experience to be playing against the best futsallers and my friends who I have played against in the past I am delighted to back in a playing capacity this time and I would like to thank Premier Futsal for bringing back my memories from childhood of playing Futsal back home" Ronaldinho said Chennai 5’s captain Falcao who replaced Portuguese Deco at last minute because of injury said "Especially for the 5 kids who are a part of each team this could be a phenomenal learning experience A lot of them would be playing alongside their sporting heroes and that should in itself be enough motivation to before to the best of their abilities and learn something from this Premier Futsal experience" "I am honoured to sitting alongside this elite bunch of players and be playing against them in this debut season of Premier Futsal This is a great concept and team have in mind to have legends from football my colleagues from the Futsal world and these young Indian kids as a part of team" he said Mumbai 5’s captain Ryan Giggs said Premier Futsal will be a different experience for me "I would love to see how I fare amongst the best in the business of Futsal Several countries across the world are now embracing Futsal at the academy level to improve the game of kids at a very young age I am delighted that entrepreneurs in India could think of this concept of Premier Futsal and manage to put together all these Futsal players and of course all these legends who I have grow up playing with" said Giggs Paul Scholes marquee player and captain of Bengaluru 5’s said he was surprised at the number of people who turned up at the airport to welcome the captains of six teams "I was totally surprised at the number of people who turned up at airport to welcome us I was told there are a lot of Manchester United fans here but I was pleasantly surprised to know that it was beyond my expectations" he said "Through Premier Futsal I hope we can showcase the importance of Futsal as a sport to the Indian fans The thought of having the Indian players as a part of the playing team showcases the intent of the promoters to encourage the youth to take up Futsal All of us here sincerely hope we can put together a season which will encourage more youngsters to come forth and pick up the sport as a profession" Argentine forward Hernan Crespo marquee player of Kolkata 5’s said "I was delighted to see the preparedness with which they went about planning Premier Futsal and as a businessman myself their conviction led me to believe this is could be a start of something really special in India I am glad to be here and be playing in the inaugural edition of Premier Futsal" Caracas: Gunmen on motorbikes attacked Venezuelan voters taking part in an opposition-organised ballot challenging President Nicolas Maduro killing at least one woman and wounding three other people according to prosecutors Television footage of the attack on Saturday showed a panicked crowd running and screaming while gunshots were heard Some people sought refuge in a nearby church A file photo of Nicolas Maduro Reuters The armed assault occurred in Catia a working class neighbourhood in the capital Caracas Prosecutors said in a statement an investigation had been opened The opposition coalition blamed the attack on "paramilitary groups" linked to Maduro’s government The violence confirmed fears surrounding an electoral tussle between the opposition and Maduro focused on the beleaguered president’s bid to rewrite the constitution It also fed into nearly four months of protests during which nearly 100 people have died Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans cast ballots on Sunday in the vote aimed at rejecting Maduro’s plans to have a citizens’ body elected on 30 July to carry out the constitutional do-over The call to polls was described as a "plebiscite" by the opposition but the government slammed it as "illegal" To detract from the opposition vote Maduro’s government held a dry-run simulation the same day of the election to be held at the end of the month Several Latin American countries and the Catholic church have criticised the move to draw up a new constitution which the opposition says is a bid by Maduro to concentrate dictatorial powers to stay in power Voters wearing white or the colours of the Venezuelan flag lined up in front of the 14000 makeshift polling tables set up under tents across the country by the opposition "We are turning out to show our discontent with the government" 49-year-old Tibisay Mendez said in Caracas "We can’t find medicines every day there is less food in the country And they (Maduro and his officials) only want to hold on to power We are voting to get them out" she said Voters were asked if they rejected Maduro’s plan to create a "Constituent Assembly" to redo the constitution and if they approved of early elections Julio Borges leader of the opposition-controlled parliament said the vote was a watershed moment "in this fight to win back democracy for Venezuela" But Hector Rodriguez chief of the ruling party bloc in parliament contrasted the opposition vote and the government simulation as "a choice between violent protests and peace" Both the opposition and the government have dug in on their respective courses Attempts at dialogue have failed and now each is talking to the public at cross-purposes Meanwhile the population is suffering a crushing economic crisis with shortages of food and medicine and triple-digit inflation The opposition accuses Maduro of driving the country into bankruptcy and of using the Constituent Assembly to entirely sideline the parliament The president in turn says the opposition is collaborating with the "imperialist" United States to undermine the economy and to topple his government He has presented his proposed 545-member Constituent Assembly drawn from various sectors of society as "the only path" to peace and economic recovery Although he is deeply unpopular — the Datanalisis polling firm says 80 percent of Venezuelans reject Maduro as leader — he retains the loyalty of military chiefs and can count on the support of electoral authorities and judges Chennai: India snapped up three early wickets before England moved to 352 for seven at lunch on the second day of the fifth and final Test at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday At the break Liam Dawson (27) and Adil Rashid (8) were at the crease Resuming their innings at 284/4 England were dealt the first blow early in the morning when overnight batsman Ben Stokes (6) was dismissed by Ravichandran Ashwin with the fifth ball of the session Ishant Sharma and skipper Virat Kohli celebrate the dismissal of Jos Buttler AP Ashwin drew Stokes forward with a slower delivery and the batsman ended up getting a faint edge that was caught by wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel as England slipped to 287/5 With Ishant Sharma and Ashwin bowling in tandem runs dried up as new man Jos Butler and centurion Moeen Ali (146) tried to resurrect the innings Moeen in fact found the going tough against Ishant who tried to bother the batsman with his short-pitched deliveries and had a faint chance when the left-hander tried to play a hook shot and the mishit landed just short of Amit Mishra Moeen brought up the team’s 300 with a single in the 96th over but Sharma dismissed Butler in the very next delivery by trapping him in front of wicket as England slumped to 300 for six In the next over Moeen danced down the track and blasted a six off Ashwin before picking up a boundary through the midwicket area in the last ball to ease the pressure However Moeen could not stay longer as he fell to a bouncer from Umesh Yadav in the 104th over After fending at a couple of balls Moeen tried to play a pull shot and ended up top-edging it for a running Jadeja to complete a catch Dawson and Rashid then steadied the innings adding 31 runs off 92 balls The 26-year-old Dawson who is playing his debut Test scored three boundaries in his 59-ball unbeaten innings England are playing for pride after suffering three successive crushing defeats at the hands of India in the ongoing five-Test series Noted criminal lawyer Ram Jethmalani will represent Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the civil and criminal defamation suits filed against him by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Jaitley filed both civil and criminal defamation cases against Kejriwal and five AAP leaders for allegedly defaming him and sought Rs 10 crore in damages Kejriwal is not the only one hitting out at Jaitley Former cricketer Kirti Azad has unrolled a laundry list of 52 questions for the Finance Minister at a time when the BJP has earmarked to showcase its Good Governance Week BJP President Amit Shah has finally broken his silence and come to Jaitley’s defence “This is a conspiracy to defame Jaitley… BJP stands united with him and will not let any conspiracy to defame him succeed” Shah said The BJP is planning to all set to suspend Kirti Azad reports The Indian Express Defamation suit The court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Sanjay Khanagwal heard the criminal defamation plea filed by Jaitley where he has sought action against AAP’s Kejriwal Ashutosh Sanjay Singh Kumar Vishwas Raghav Chadha and Deepak Bajpai under sections 499 500 501 502 of the IPC for offences that involve making and disseminating defamatory statements These carry a maximum prison sentence of two years and a fine Jaitley’s complaint collates online content – tweets Facebook posts and press statements made by the AAP leaders alleging corruption in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) Jaitley was DDCA president till December 2013 Money spent on construction of the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium and sponsorship deals with a company for use of private boxes are among the top talking points in the AAP accusation As the ruling BJP’s Good Governance Cell works itself into a frenzy over powerpoint slides to spread the "message as to how this government has made a difference to people’s lives" the slugfest between Jaitley and Opponents XI rages Speaking to The Indian Express Jaitley said the "facts will be extremely inconvenient" for the Opposition “A stadium having a capacity of 42000 was made for a total sum of Rs 114 crore When their party was in power the renovation of Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium was done at Rs 900 crore When the Congress party was in power the renovation of Dhyanchand National Stadium — with a capacity of 14000 — was done at Rs 600 crore Here a brand new stadium got made at just Rs 114 crore and they think that this is wrong” Here’s the latest from Azad on afight that’s not going to die down soon: – "14 companies paid by DDCA for renovation works at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium do not exist in the addresses mentioned in the bills" – Azad poses 52 questions to Jaitley without naming him on his role in DDCA and his family’s “involvement” in Hockey India – “Arun Jaitley conveniently avoided answering more than 200 letters and 500 messages about wrongdoing and swindling of DDCA money through his 14 years as president" – “Is it true that your daughter and son-in-law are active members in Hockey India How much money has been paid to them over the last five years for retainership in Hockey India for consultancy and for being several committees of Hockey India” – BJP spokesman Shrikant Sharma: “These are fake and foolish allegations” Its not legal it’s political Kirti Azad’s continued diatribe against Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and refusal to abide by the directive of the party leadership has exposed the existing faultiness within the BJP That too at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah are in complete command of the government and the organisational structure There is little doubt that in times to come the DDCA issue will see many twists and turns legal administrative and political but what should worry Modi and Shah in particular is Azad’s abject defiance of the party’s diktat Jaitley may be competent to defend himself as he did it on Monday — first in both Houses of Parliament and later by filing civil and criminal defamation against Arvind Kejriwal Sanjay Singh Raghav Chadha Ashutosh and Deepak Bajpayee The concern for the party is Azad’s challenge to Jaitley has the potential to snowball into a major internal crisis This issue after all is more political than legal BJP parliamentarian Kirti Azad PTI The problem is even more acute because unlike in the past such dissenting voices almost raising a banner of revolt as pronounced by Azad’s bitter tweets press conferences series of sound bites and challenge to his own leader in Lok Sabha is not rooted in challenges or counter challenges on ideological moorings or factional fights This is largely a personality centric conflict aimed against a person who is part of the “ruling triumvirate” someone considered closest to both the prime minister and party president Where does Azad draw his strength from Where does Azad draw his strength from to take on someone as high and mighty as Jaitley in the organisational and governmental set up That’s the big question people are asking within and outside of the BJP Shah had spoken to Azad asking him not to go ahead with his press conference on DDCA issue Party general secretary (organization) and a RSS nominee in BJP Ramlal had spoken to him but he remained defiant Shah is generally known for his tough talks with party leaders when he thinks that the leader concerned is speaking out of turn crossing party lines or acting in a manner that could be detrimental to the party and government’s interests and image But in this case it is not known as to how exactly it transpired in the meeting between Shah and Azad However the way events have followed it looks as though party leadership tried to work out a deal rather than rebuke Azad Azad is constantly maintaining that his fight is against corruption and not against an individual but his arguments in Lok Sabha on Monday with Jaitley and his tweets — “hello dear @arunjaitley hampar defemation file kar rahe ho na Please karo na Don’t take injunction don’t gag freedom of speech”. Mera naam kyon hata diya @arunjaitley #Aap ne toh mere letters dikhae theey mujhpar karo na case registered post se maine bheje theey” — indicate that his fight is against his own leader A fight he has been openly and rather blatantly waging against Jaitley for close to a decade Jaitley earlier said that Azad (without naming him) had met Congress president Sonia Gandhi a meeting which resulted in UPA government referring the DDCA matter to Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) Azad’s letters form the basis of Aam Aadmi Party’s vitriolic attack against Jaitley Some party leaders talk about “Azad being used by Congress and AAP to raise the muck” against Jaitley but they don’t explain why the leadership has failed to take action against him It’s known that Kirti Azad is son of Bhagwat Jha Azad former Bihar chief minister from Congress but the former cricketer’s political career has flourished in BJP — from Delhi MLA to being two time MP from Darbhanga in Bihar He was given ticket by the party in the parliamentary elections of 2009 and 2014 despite Jaitley’s reservations His wife Poonam Azad however was denied a ticket for the Delhi assembly elections Since 2009-14 when Jaitley was Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Azad was perceived to be close to Sushma Swaraj the then Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Since 2014 Parliamentary elections results Sushma has generally been keeping quiet and a low political profile keeping herself focused on her work and away from internal dynamics of the party There is a general thinking in the party that she couldn’t be backing Azad in the ongoing slugfest the perceived proximity with her is also being talked in some quarters Why are Modi and Shah quiet Unlike in Rajnath Singh’s case or Sushma Swaraj’s case or Vasundhara Raje’s case or as in Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s case party president Shah has not come forward at least publicly to stand by Jaitley’s innocence It is likely that Union ministers like Venkaiah Naidu Smriti Irani Rajvardhan Rathor and others could have gone to the court when Jaitley filed the defamation suit against AAP leaders without clear understanding of Modi and Shah’s views on the issue Absence of a public statement from the PM in Jaitley’s support has given rise to varied speculations Amit Shah finally broke the silence with a statement Monday Ahead of the winter session of Parliament the BJP had lately succeeded in taming its hotheads Kirti’s rebellion against Jaitley is different from the dissenting voices raised by the likes of RK Singh and Shatrughan Sinha Incidentally all three are from Bihar RK Singh and Shatrughan Sinha have maintained a thin line between dissent and revolt but Azad has gone to a different tangent damaging Jaitley BJP and Modi government internally and externally Going by the facts and circumstances the former cricketer doesn’t appear to be a lone warrior That should worry the BJP leadership Perhaps? 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