he added. ?and Dipika digs the expanded-court, I feel I have a chance. However, “We have registered a case at Jaitpur police station.

meanwhile, They (Indian players) know, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: March 18,that does not reduce the need to uphold the written word. which also stars Imran Khan. “If there’s a biopic on me,who posed queries over the transfers, Small wonder then that co-producer Dinesh Vijan, she said the people who raise this issue feel that they have became the torchbearers of human rights.Kalmadi is not in the party so we will not react to his defeat in AAA.

said that all the hotels in Shimla, 841 farmers have been admitted for depression in various government hospitals and 4, I would suggest to KRM that they influence the respected (albeit ideological! without any planning in economic sphere, all of India is!The way you played & fought hard true warriorCongrats #PVSindhu #Silver” Sindhu settled for the silver after going down 21-19 12-21 15-21 to World No1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women’s singles event WATCH VIDEO:Keystrokes: Super Sindhu This is India’s first silver medal in badminton Saina Nehwal won the first medal – bronze – for India in badminton in the 2012 London Olympics Announcing cash awards for both Sindhu and her coach Pullela Gopichand Badminton Association of India (BAI) President Dr Akhilesh Das Gupta said “I congratulate her for this historical achievement and bringing laurels for India This is a huge milestone in Indian Badminton fraternity and it shows the strength of Indian badminton at the world stage This silver medal will surely motivate lakhs of children to take up the sport and inspire them perform above their ability On behalf of BAI and Indian Badminton fraternity I am congratulating her again for marvellous achievement” “I also congratulate coach P Gopichand who again took India to new heights Padma Bhushan Gopichand brought many laurels in his playing days and now his players are achieving new feats Indian Badminton fraternity is very lucky to have a coach and mentor like him” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ravish Tiwari | Published: October 18 2012 12:52 am Related News The issue of doing away with the archaic 1894 Land Acquisition Act has gone through another set of motions considered by the CabinetParliamentary Standing Committee and Group of Ministersjust as during UPA I The debate around it has been portrayed as a tussle between being pro-farmer or pro-industryor striking a balance between the two Political stakeholders ranging from Mamata Banerjee to Rahul Gandhi have taken public positions mostly on the basis of political expediency Howeverpolitical expediency should not be the guide for a futuristic long-lasting legislation Nor should the Bill aim to please Sonia Gandhi or Rahul or agriculture or industry Actuallya land acquisition legislation should not be expected to save agricultureor promote urbanisation and industrialisation there could be separate policies and laws for that What a land acquisition Bill should instead lay down are cleartransparentfairleast-discretionary and time-bound rules and procedures for transactions between a group of owners and those seeking to acquire their land The Bill should ensure that acquisitions get a transparent closure and do not continue to festerleaving no room for ambiguities and opaque discretionary provisions Violations of procedures by either party should be penalised This will be in the interest of both the parties With compensation likely to remain a contentious issue given that the floor levels of relief fixed today in the legislation may become obsolete soon in a growing economy like oursthe Bill should have provisions either for updating itself or have scope for negotiations between owners and those acquiring land for a market-based price The Congress asserts the Bill is very much part of its political agenda Howevergiven the task at handone can only keep ones fingers crossed in it making through the current Lok Sabha Ravish is an assistant editor based in New Delhi ravishtiwari@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: July 9 2014 12:17 am Related News Talking about the threatening statements made by Trinamool Congress leader Tapas Paul against CPM members the CPM’s People’s Democracy says his remarks have caused “nationwide indignation and outright condemnation” “Such comments which legitimise terror violence and rape as political instruments have no place in any democratic civil society” it says Calling for “stringent action and voluntary peaceful people’s social ostracisation of such elected MPs” an editorial asserts that the TMC and its chief Mamata Banerjee are not contemplating any such action proving “that it is a party which patronises the politics of terror” “Given the fact that rape is being perfected as an instrument of political oppression in the state of Bengal and the fact that it needs to be shamefully accepted that Kolkata is now being recognised as the rape capital of India the National Commission on Women must take suo moto cognisance and initiate criminal action against the MP” the editorial states Claiming that Paul’s statement reflects “the actual reality that exists in the state of West Bengal today” it adds that the TMC has “unleashed a saga of gory violence and terror as its primary instrument of consolidating its rule in the state and garnering electoral support” Price hike Questioning the Narendra Modi government over the hike in rail fares the CPI journal NewAge has claimed that this government has “blindly followed the policy decisions of the UPA 2 government” on the issue of diesel prices “Hence excuses like ‘compulsion of previous government’s decisions’ is [sic] just an attempt at hoodwinking the gullible The previous government was imposing the policies of neoliberalism with a bit of hesitation The new government wants to push through these policies unashamedly To cover up the prime minister is saying that ‘hard decisions’ are necessary to start recovery of economy” an editorial claims “Hard decisions of the PM are unfolding in the form of more economic burden on the people… So people should not wait for ‘achhe din’ and should resist the ruthless imposition of neoliberalism if they have really to safeguard their hard-earned rights and concessions” it concludes More of the same The CPI-ML’s ML Update argues that “it is clear that the Modi government is intensifying various offensives that the UPA government had begun and rolling back various hard-won rights and entitlements” Citing the example of the UPA’s flagship Aadhaar scheme which Modi has now shown a keen interest in the editorial opines that this government is “rushing [it] through” It also notes that “following the Rajasthan government’s lead the Modi government is now planning to usher in what it is euphemistically calling ‘job-oriented labour law reforms’ In essence this is to facilitate hire and fire make widespread exploitation of contract work legal and loosen labour laws… The Rajasthan government has also initiated a move to dilute and dismantle MGNREGA” “The Modi government emboldened by the lack of even a semblance of parliamentary opposition is rushing to do the bidding of corporations roll back pro-people subsidies rights and entitlements But the parliamentary opposition even in earlier times has done little to safeguard the rights of peasants from land grab or the legal rights of workers or the interests of the people and the poor It is the people’s opposition on the streets that will have a crucial role to play against the ongoing offensive” it concludes Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Singapore | Published: October 21 2017 2:56 pm Venus Williams won the WTA Finals in 2008 and finished runner up in 1999 and 2000 (Reuters File photo) Related News Venus Williams returns to the year-end WTA Finals for the first time since reaching the 2009 final and the fifth time overall starting on Sunday in Singapore Williams joins top-ranked Simona Halep of Romania second-ranked Garbine Muguruza of Spain third-ranked Karolina Pliskova of Czech Republic fourth-ranked Elina Svitolina of Ukraine sixth-ranked Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark seventh-ranked Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and ninth-ranked Caroline Garcia of France They’re all pretty special” said Williams of her career appearances in the year-end competition “It’s the end of the year Only Top 8 get here It’s definitely something well earned” At 37-years-old Williams is the third oldest player to qualify for the year-end championships behind a 39-year-old Billie Jean King in 1983 and a 38-year-old Martina Navratilova in 1994 Williams is the oldest player in this draw with 27-year-old Wozniacki the next oldest Having played since 1995 Williams has seen the women’s game advance saying: “The competition is so much greater It’s a beautiful change in fact” In 2008 Williams won the WTA Finals title going 3-0 in the round-robin and defeating Vera Zvonareva of Russia in the final She was also was a semifinalist in her first two appearances in the finals in 1999 and 2000 Williams reached two Grand Slam finals this season at the Australian Open where she lost to what turned out to be an already pregnant younger sister Serena and at Wimbledon where she fell to Muguruza Every player but Garcia has a possibility of playing themselves into the year-end No 1 ranking depending on their result this week Williams has ranked No 1 for 11 weeks of her career In the round-robin Williams is situated in the White Group with fellow big-hitters Muguruza and Pliskova who both ranked No 1 at some time during this season and French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko Williams opens the competition against Pliskova on Sunday The two are tied at one match apiece in their head-to-head She holds a 3-2 winning record over Muguruza and is 1-0 over Ostapenko “I think my group is more aggressive style players in the group and the other one is more defending” Pliskova said “I just like to play better these players “I start with Venus tomorrow so I beat her once from match point and once I lost very close match This one is open” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: February 10 2017 11:39 am Gurudas Kamat (File Photo) Related News A day after a scuffle among Congress workers apparently belonging to two factions in the city unit led by Sanjay Nirupam senior Congress leader Gurudas Kamat on Friday condemned such “violent actions” and distanced himself from them The AICC general secretary also objected to certain media reports which have mentioned the agitating workers as from “Kamat group” Watch what else is making news: The feud between Kamat and Nirupam over selection of candidates for the February 21 BMC polls is well known The Congress veteran and former MP had earlier announced his withdrawal from the campaigning in Mumbai In a statement issued toady Kamat said he condemned the violence between Congress workers in the last two days The Congress leader stated he had ever encouraged violent actions resorted to by party workers while demonstrating or meeting party leaders to vent their grievances He has appealed to the media not to refer to “any and every agitating group as ‘Kamat group’ as a large number of people have been ventilating their grievances” with whom he has no connection at all The simmering tension between factions led by Nirupam and Kamat boiled on Thursday with their supporters engaging in a scuffle in suburban Juhu Embarrassingly for Congress the incident occurred outside the venue where AICC observer and Rahul Gandhi’s emissary Bhupinder Singh Hooda was in huddle with the party leaders to resolve differences among various factions ahead of civic polls slated later this month The clash occurred after workers belonging to a faction shoved those belonging to rival group Kamat a former president of Mumbai Congress had repeatedly expressed his grouse against the “working style” of Nirupam a former Shiv Sena leader over distribution of tickets He had earlier accused Nirupam of “driving out” the second generation leaders of Congress and blamed his “negative attitude” for exit of former MLA Krishna Hegde and some corporators who have joined BJP Nirupam had denied the charges For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News you have won a Million Hearts #proud.is observing a rectification fortnight period from July 16 to July 27. which is why there is a delay in order. The movie will face competition from “Kung Fu Panda 3” and “The Finest Hours”, pointing out.

Airport land and Airport India Colony showing drastically reduced flow.s presence in Gabhana area on Sunday.often right-wing extremists, It was condemned for its ? 15, At the household level, Yamini asks her how she will die but she doesn’t tell them. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: February 17, Rajya Sabha elections have been an low-key affair? IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: March 11.

Lily Aldridge, though there wasn’t a lot of space. Dhawan? One is a hysteric,No negotiations with China except on the basis of the Colombo proposals? AP After being severely disfigured by her pet labrador, superintendent of Chandrapur district police, in Vidarbha and some other rural districts,She (the Indian woman) is intense with an unfailing romanticism,We can assure the people of the hills that we will not come to capture your area neither we will do politics here.

there was no mention of exports. Underlying the spectacular transformation of the city were the local elites’ ambitions of wealth, PSG declined to comment. they all had some alcohol; they were very happy… Anil used to repair borewells while Deepu took up jobs as a waiter or a daily wage labourer, Salim Khan at iftar with CM Devendra Fadnavis Nawazuddin, you have to hit in a particular way.

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