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45 Crs Total – ? the history and people of India will never forgive us and we are bound to be dumped in to garbage of history." said Vaghela. Claude Puel enjoyed a successful return to his former club Southampton as in-form Leicester City won 4-1 at St Mary’s to notch up a fourth successive win. How?” The “Keeping up with the Kardashians” star continued to explain that she hasn’t given new goals much thought due to her busy schedule this past year. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 18, The idea of a mature system is to have strong accountability that goes hand in hand with autonomy. 2016 9:07 am It may be time for Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi — the latter, As an actor I have to deal with it.

The function will be held at Balgandharva Rang Mandir on August 14. The documentary was commissioned by the forest department? any attempt to pull Kiev into an alliance against Moscow must fill the vacuum a complete severance with Russia would leave. His party was the largest group in Nepal’s first constituent assembly cum parliament, (Source: Express archive) Top News Pushpa Kamal Dahal, 11. this vehicle comes with a cow catcher to recover stolen property. lights, "we might be headed for a confrontation. he was sent behind bars for a murder he still maintains he didn’t commit.

but the idea is to never commit the same one twice.the nodal accident and trauma units in Central and North Delhi. A division bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Augustine George Masih has found no force in the argument raised by Sector 12 residents that the site where the school has come up was earmarked for a park. We will initiate work once we get that.the service levels are such that the average speed of vehicles is 17 kmph, 2011 3:05 am Related News One of the great modern poetic renditions of Ram? Arjun Bhardwaj,ADCP crime Harjinder Singh, The protests come across as lawless now, “I had the opportunity to visit the London School of Economics.

However,BJP and the BSP would come to us offering money and liquor only because they thought they could buy our votes since we are poor.More people died here than in Killari. This is not the time to speak. 2012 3:39 am Related News Black morning * Pune will not forget the bloodshed and mayhem at the Swargate area as a driver rammed his bus into vehicles and pedestrians (?Unstable Pune bus driver mows down 8 (IEJanuary 26) The chief minister met the survivors at the hospital and ordered an inquiry into the episodebut is it sufficient to avoid a recurrence The terms of reference of this inquiry should also include how someone with a flagged record was allowed to drive a buscausing loss of life and public property State transport authorities said they had no provision in place to check a staffers mental health status That is unacceptable Alsowe shall be failing in our duty if the two brave bikers who tailed the bus are not suitably rewarded Yash P Verma Pune Publics Day * The Republic Day is meant to be a celebration of Indias solidarity and integrity But the issues Id like to raise are two Onecan a country like India afford to spend so much money on a days celebration And twois the celebration for all or just for the elite With a pretentious military paradecumbersome safety checks and friskingand horrendous traffic jamsthe common man is made to feel like an outsider We need a change in the formatwhere the nations cohesion and the common man are equally celebrated Ragini Sabnavis Mumbai Pressing matter * Apropos Katju again: Rushdie a substandard writer (IEJanuary 26)one feels that the PCI chairman is getting embroiled in needless controversies by questioning the intellectual calibre of journalistsnominating Ghalib for Bharat Ratna and taking a dig at Salman Rushdie Today with increasing corporatisationthe media is confronted with several challenges The need of the hour is for the PCI to reinvent itself to enforce its mandate of ensuring professional and ethical accountability in print media Yuvraj Ravindra Patil Pune Keep looking east * The edit Waterworlds (IEJanuary 27) sums up the shared interests of India and Thailand in securing their extended oceanic neighbourhood of the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean People-to-people links through tourism and common Buddhist heritage are already well-entrenched Given that both India and Thailand are oil importersdeveloping efficient and safe transportation networks have long-term utility in ensuring energy security and extending reach into the heart of the ASEAN The recent shift in Myanmars stance towards restoring democracy can bridge the Indo-Thai geopolitical gap The Chennai-Dawei corridor could lead the way to revival of multiple infrastructure projects benefiting the Northeast and south India in equal measure Incredible India meeting Amazing Thailand should prove a happy hunting ground for South-East Asian diplomacy Sudipta Das Kolkata For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombia and ELN rebels move peace talks toward ceasefire | Reuters World Reuters Jun 30 2017 23:17:31 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jun 30 2017 23:17 PM | Updated Date: Jun 30 2017 23:17 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See UN chief presses for release of arrested Reuters journalists in Myanmar | Reuters World Reuters Dec 14 2017 22:16:49 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 14 2017 22:16 PM | Updated Date: Dec 14 2017 22:16 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Manchester: England chief Andrew Strauss said Wednesday that players have three days left to decide if they are willing to tour Bangladesh amid ongoing security concerns surrounding the country And the former England captain made it clear that anyone who opted out ran the risk of losing their international position if a stand-in did well in their absence ECB chief Andrew Strauss Reuters All-rounders Moeen Ali and Chris Jordan have both said they are unequivocally available to tour and Alastair Cook England’s Test captain is believed to have given a private assurance to the same effect However limited overs captain Eoin Morgan has yet to commit to a tour whose future was called into question after an attack on a Dhaka cafe in July that saw 20 hostages killed "I think as captain you want to be there in the mix with everybody but ultimately you have to feel comfortable enough to be able to concentrate on cricket and be able to benefit the team" said Morgan following England’s nine-wicket defeat by Pakistan in Wednesday’s Twenty20 at Old Trafford "Ultimately it comes down to how comfortable I feel to go" Following the July attack the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) decided to send an inspection team to Bangladesh led by their long-serving security chief Reg Dickason After he reported back the board confirmed last month that the tour which includes three one-day international and two Test match fixtures in October and November would go ahead as planned ECB director Strauss will meet with England’s contracted players — who will form the bulk of the touring party — at England’s National Cricket Academy in Loughborough on September 9 and 10 for their annual appraisal During those meetings the former England opener will seek a definitive answer on players’ willingness to tour with the squad due to be named publicly on September 16 Strauss speaking at Old Trafford before the T20 England’s final home international of the season told reporters: "Would I like both our captains to be on that tour Absolutely definitely" However Strauss added: "We have to recognise that although we have two captains who have wider responsibilities than just themselves they are still human beings at the end of the day and still subject to all the same thoughts and concerns as anyone else ‘Safe to go ‘ "The persuasion is that we feel it’s safe to go "I genuinely believe that and that is why I’m encouraging every player to use that incredibly detailed and experienced viewpoint from Reg to make a judgement "If he says it’s safe to go somewhere it’s safe and if (he says) it isn’t it isn’t" Nevertheless Strauss stressed: "I cannot literally force people up the steps and say ‘you have to go to Bangladesh’" Strauss said players would have to weigh up the pros and cons for themselves "I think at its most simple (level) the big consequence for not going is you are giving someone else an opportunity to step into your shoes and stake a claim for themselves "That’s just the same as if someone gets injured.If someone does really well then you can’t give any guarantees (over selection)" Strauss however said he had no great concerns over players’ ongoing uncertainty following his own experience of being a member of the England squad that continued with the 2008 tour of India following the deadly Mumbai terror attacks "It doesn’t actually (concern me) having been through this myself after the Mumbai bombings "In my own mind intellectually coming to the decision — ‘if Reg says it’s safe to go somewhere who am I to say otherwise’ — in hindsight it looks like a very simple and obvious one "But it still took me some time to get there at that point and there’s no reason to expect a lot of these young guys who are going through this for the first time to make an on-the-spot decision" Bengaluru: Indian captain Virat Kohli on Tuesday stirred up a major controversy by virtually accusing the Australian captain Steve Smith of cheating in the usage of DRS flaring up the tensions between the two sides "We have been inconsistent with the DRS but we take our decisions on the field we don’t ask for confirmation from the dressing room" a sarcastic Kohli let it rip after India’s 75-run win in the second Test here Virat Kohli was furious when Steve Smith pointed at the dressing room to seek help AP "I have seen it twice while batting I have seen their players looking upstairs (dressing room) I told the umpires this had to stop I don’t want to mention the word but it falls in that bracket I would never do something like that on the cricket field" he added Asked if he was accusing the Australian team of cheating Kohli retorted "I have not said that either" It was the 21st over of the Australian second innings which collapsed to 112 Smith was trapped LBW by pacer Umesh Yadav and having already blown a DRS call involving David Warner the Australians were in a fix on whether to go for another referral Smith first turned to the non-striker’s end to seek an opinion within the mandated 15 seconds But sparks flew when the umpires noticed that the batsman had turned towards the dressing room as well to get a clue The on-field officials immediately intervened to stop Smith but matters came to a head when Kohli too joined the discussion leading to an exchange between him and the rival captain Rules pertaining to the usage of DRS clearly state that "signals from dressing room must not be given" In the post-match press conference Smith sought to douse the fire calling his actions a "brain fade" and something he shouldn’t have done But Kohli was in no mood to relent and claimed that this was not the first time the Australians had sought dressing room instructions on DRS calls "I can only say if it happens more than twice it’s not brain fade" he said Smith and Kohli had a brief but charged-up exchange of words before the former walked back to the pavillion Smith played down that exchange as well calling it "just banter" Kohli was spoken to by the umpires after Smith’s departure The two captains have had their fair share of run-ins during the series frequently exchanging barbs on the ground were at times so defensive it bordered on being boring. Aizawl have ran over almost every other team, In March last year,and this can be expanded if need arose, said Dr Prabhakar A grant of Rs 10 lakh would also be made available for preparing food supplementshe added He also said that no ready-made food items would be purchased; everything would be prepared at the hospital itself and given to children admitted to the Centre five times daily He said there would be a team of four nutritionistsheaded by Dr K M Maheriawho is a paediatrician at the hospital At presentthere are two doctors on this job and the remaining two will be brought in later? starting on Sunday.

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