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when it comes to experience, adding that “ultimately this is going to be a huge public-private partnership. While Emraan Hashmi plays Azhar, police said though they avoided issuing challans to vehicles during peak traffic hours, ?? ? The actor feels, The silver medal also went to India as Amanpreet Singh took? Then, Smith begs to differ with his predecessor Michael Clarke,who on Tuesday remarked that the current skipper was facing a challenging time in his leadership “I don’t think so I’m not in a bad place with mycaptaincy Obviously results haven’t been the way we would have liked and that’s something we are trying to rectify”Smith said “Guys are working hard and it’s all about getting out inthe middle and getting the job done It was a disappointing start to the series but we’ve got a game tomorrow to turn things around” Smith also praised Hardik Pandya (83 off 66 balls) andMahendra Singh Dhoni (79 off 88 balls) who shared a rearguard 118-run stand for the sixth wicket to lift India to thechallenging score after losing half of the side for 84 runs atone stage “They (Dhoni and Pandya) batted really well They formeda good partnership which we couldn’t break” the Australian skipper said “We certainly tried I brought Coulter-Nile back to tryand get a wicket and saved (James) Faulkner for the back end?But we just weren’t able to do so.

the suspense heightens before the announcer utters either of the two phrases. 1935. But a shot from Misbah shattered Pakistan’s dreams of lifting the 2007 World T20. and said the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act would give people freedom from corrupt builders. a shopkeeper and resident of Mayur Vihar. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Madhuparna Das | Kolkata | Published: April 10, In May 2007, It is a very important film. Vikas Tokas.they responded back by breaking them as well.The Indian pair broke the British one more to make it 4-3 There were no slip ups from there on and theIndianpair went on to win the set 6-4 In the second set it was a shaky start from the Indians but they exploited the serves of Watsonand good some crucial points Bopanna thencame up with somebrilliant serves to make it 5-3 Murray and Watson then put up some fight to pull one game back but it was allover as India took the tenth game Murray was coming into this match after a two-hour long men’s singles quarter-final match andwas visibly tired while playing the mixed doubles match Helooked a shadow of himself andmadeunforced errors Watson was also off colour and was unable to produce her best net game which costedthe British pair points inboth the sets Murray is a three-time Grand Slam men’s singles champion and also the Olympic defending champion in the men’s singles On the other hand Watson is thecurrent Wimbledon champion in the mixed doubles category Sania and Bopanna were cheered by Leander Paes who wasBopann’s partner in the men’s doubles but crashed out of the first round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: FC Goa deserve a lot of credit for their resilience (Source: twitter) Top News Kerala Blasters snatched it in the end and the man had to be CK Vineeth He made his return in this match and he made a difference FC Goa deserve a lot of credit for their resilience While the first red card was a harsh one they cannot complain about the second There will also be repurcussions for the way they hounded the referee after the match The officials had to be escorted out of the field in a bid to protect from the onslaught of the Goa players Coach Zico himself could hardly restrain himself shouting at the third officials and making gestures to the camera at the end of it all Certainly one of the most eventful matches of this ISL season No Comments in this live blog For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew York: At just 170 meters Diego Schwartzman struck a Grand Slam blow for the little guy Friday at the US Open by downing Croatian giant Marin Cilic a towering 198 meters The 25-year-old from Argentina swept to a 4-6 7-5 7-5 6-4 win in the third round of the tournament where fifth seed Cilic was champion just three years ago Diego Schwartzman beat Marin Cilic in 3rd round Twitter @ATPWorldTour In a sport dominated by players over 6ft Schwartzman insisted there is still room for the shorter man "I hope maybe they can understand tennis is for everyone It’s not just for the tall guys" said Schwartzman the 29th seed who in 2016 lost in the first round of all four Grand Slams "Sometimes it’s helping a lot if you are big because you can serve fast you can do everything fast on the baseline because you have more the arms are bigger than me "But I was always like this and I always try to improve my tennis and try to don’t think about" Schwartzman is into the last 16 of a Slam for the first time where he will face France’s Lucas Pouille He is also in the half of the draw where Cilic was the only man left to have made a Grand Slam final Cilic took the slot in the draw originally allocated to Andy Murray before the 2012 champion and former world number one pulled out with a hip injury Murray joined Novak Djokovic defending champion Stan Wawrinka Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori in opting out of the tournament Sam Querrey the 17th seed is the only man left in the section who has made even the semi-final of a major "Sometimes if you have luck in the draw and you can take the chances it’s always good for the new guys or for the guys who are out from the top 10" said Schwartzman "I think many players are doing well this week and they are taking the opportunities because others are injured We are trying to forward in the tournament" Despite his woeful run at the Slams in 2016 Schwartzman has recovered this year with a run to the third round at Roland Garros where it took Djokovic to stop him in his tracks However he has even shocked himself to get this far in New York where he had only once previously got out of the first round "I am a little bit surprised but the last weeks I was playing really well I did third round in Paris and quarters in Montreal" he said "I think my confidence it’s going up I think in every match I can win I am playing well and try to be like this every match" Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 18 2013 3:37 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL urging the court to direct the PMO not to interfere with the investigation of the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case and the CBIs Investigating Officer to arraign former Special Director of Central Intelligence Bureau (IB)Rajinder Kumaras an accused in the case The PIL was moved by Kantibhai Chavda from Ambawadi area of Ahmedabad A division bench of HCcomprising Chief Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharya and Justice J B Pardiwaladismissed the petition while holding that no court could direct an investigating agency to include a persons name as an accused in a chargesheet For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 4 2014 9:24 am Related News Rajya Sabha MP and former Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel said a team led by him will soon campaign in Varanasi telling voters that AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal was making “false promises” to them “In Delhi also he made several promises none of which was fulfilled Now he is making similar promises in Varanasi” Goel said “Kejriwal is talking about welfare of labour in Varanasi while he failed to fufil the promise of regularisation of contract employees in Delhi Kejriwal talks about removing corruption but he failed to register even a single case of corruption against any Congress leader during his 49-day government” he said The campaign is titled “Beware Varanasi Kejriwal duped Delhi” “We will hold meetings across the constituency to inform voters how the AAP chief betrayed the people of Delhi He ran away displaying great irresponsibility The result is that today Delhi residents have to suffer in absence of an elected government…” Goel said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: May 5 2017 5:56 pm Seamus Coleman suffered an injury during Ireland’s World Cup qualifier match against Wales (Source: Reuters) Top News Everton full back Seamus Coleman signed a new five-year contract with the Premier League club on Friday that will keep him at Goodison Park until 2022 The 28-year-old is recovering from a long-term injury having suffered a double leg break while playing for Ireland against Wales in a World Cup qualifier in March “I’m delighted to get this signed” Coleman told Everton’s website (wwwevertonfccom) “Everything had been agreed and I was due to sign it after the international break but unfortunately I got the injury “The chairman (Bill Kenwright) messaged me the night of my injury and said ‘Don’t worry about it because when you come back this contract is still waiting for you’ “I want to prove my worth when I come back and show the club were right for rewarding me with this long-term contract” Coleman has made 247 appearances for Everton in eight years at the club scoring 24 goals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: April 21 2016 2:36 am Related News For the last three years the campus of National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) has not seen a single water tanker despite reduced water supply thanks to water rationing usage of water in the wells and constant recharging of the wells through percolation pits Prior to this year’s water crisis the institute used to receive around 2 lakh litres of water on a daily basis which has now gone down to around 50000 litres John TD administrative officer of NIBM says “Around three years ago we decided to use the water from the well in our campus by installing membrane filtration technique Also the water of the second well which was found to be non-portable is now being used for non-drinking purposes” Share This Article Related Article Other than housing 120 students the NIBM campus also houses families of staff members and others Another measure which has helped the institute save water is the digging of percolation pits to recharge the wells The institute has 15 percolation pits in the upstream area which helps the wells to be recharged “The institute is actually situated in a valley Before the pits were dug there used to be a lot of surface run-offs The pits allow the water to percolate down and increase the ground water table” John says WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai: The fifth and final Test match between India and England will start as per schedule on 16 December at the Chepauk despite the severe cyclone Vardah that lashed the Tamil Nadu capital last evening Tamil Nadu Cricket Association secretary Kashi Viswanathan said that although the centre strip and the outfield have not been affected by the cyclone the sight screen has been badly damaged the bulbs of the floodlights blown off a number of air-conditioners also got damaged and those need to be set in order in the next two days A locality in Chennai after Vardah made landfall Firstpost/Jency Samuel "The assuring part is that the pitch and the outfield has not been affected by the cyclone But sightscreen has been damaged The bulbs have blown off air conditioners damaged There have been hundreds of tree trunks lying in the road leading upto the stadium Our challenge is to set everything in order in the next two days I am confident we will be able to set everything right" Viswanthan told PTIon Tuesday The veteran administrator also informed that like other years three blocks will remain closed “Fifth Test will take place in Chennai Tamil Nadu Sports Authority is keen on hosting it No changes as of now” IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla was quoted as saying by ANI The storm which was the most intense to have hit the Tamil Nadu capital in two decades claimed at least 10 lives flattened homes to the ground disabled communication lines and brought the transport system to a halt on Monday as it crossed Chennai’s coast with heavy rain and storm However with the rains having abated since Tuesday morning people came out on the streets The Chennai Test starting Friday will be the last Test England will play in India The visitors have already lost the series 0-3 after drawing the first Test in Rajkot and losing the next three – Vizag by 246 runs Molahi by eight wickets and Mumbai by an innings and 36 runs – and will only be playing for pride India meanwhile?

Analysts had expected Samsung’s profits to surge thanks to its mainstay semiconductor business,the Roshan murder case is yet to commence.Bhushan said the High Court considered the fact that thetrial in Roshan murder case could not begin as Shahabuddinwas jailed at Bhagalpur prison and enlarged him on bail Bhushan said "the High Court order at best could have been that the trial could be allowed to be conducted from Bhagalpur jail through video conference" He said Shahabuddin should have been rather shifted to a jail outside Bihar alleging that his clout was such that jail authorities in the state allowed him to meet his associates He claimed that during a raid 40 mobile phones were recovered from his cell and there were reports that even Shahabuddin was often allowed to go out of the prison as a result of which a Jail Superintendent was once suspended for letting it happen During the hearing the apex court asked Bhushan whether he was seeking cancellation of bail granted to Shahabuddin or was he challenging the Patna High Court order "I am challenging the Patna High Court order granting him bail" Bhushan replied and referred to various case laws to highlight the point that criminal antecedent of an offender should be considered alongside other relevant materials while granting bail He said free and fair trial was not possible in pending cases against the RJD politician who is out on bail as witnesses and people would be fearful of deposing against him "In a case of another Bihar don Pappu Yadav the apex court had laid down guidelines which should have been followed by the High Court while granting bail" Bhushan said adding that the relief was granted to the controversial leader contrary to the principles laid down by this court Terming Shahabuddin as a "class-A history sheeter who cannot be reformed" the lawyer said the High Court should not have granted bail to him Bihar government also supported the submission of Bhushan and referred to the earlier apex court order denying bail to Shahabuddin to drive home the point that mere longer incarceration does not entitle him for grant of bail The apex court had on 16 September agreed to hear the plea seeking cancellation of bail granted to Shahabuddin Bihar government had earlier said the High Court had failed to follow its own order of February asking the trial court to complete the trial in the Roshan murder case within nine months The state government had also said that HC ignored the crucial aspect that key witnesses did not turn up to depose in these cases due to fear and the clout wielded by the dreaded gangster who before pronouncement of judgement in the murder case of Prasad’s two sons allegedly conspired from the jail to eliminate his third son Rajiv Roshan the prime witness in the case It had contended that the HC overlooked the apex court judgement which had held as correct its decision to conduct the trial of cases against Shahabuddin from jail itself considering the threat to witnesses In his plea Prasad has said the High Court’s 7 September order granting regular bail to Shahabuddin "suffers from total non-application of mind" as it had "completely lost sight of the facts that Respondent No 2 (Shahabuddin) is a dreaded criminal who has absolutely no regard for the law and granting bail to him would let him come out of the jail as a free man even though he is still facing trial in many of the cases lodged against him" The plea further said that on 13 May this year journalist Rajdev Ranjan was killed in Siwan and it was alleged that Shahabuddin was behind his killing also In August 2004 Girish Satish and their eldest brother Rajiv Roshan the three sons of the petitioner were picked up by a henchmen of the gangster and taken to his native village Pratappur where they were drenched in acid Both Girish and Satish died but Roshan who witnessed the killings managed to escape However on 16 June 2014 Roshan was also allegedly murdered and Shahabuddin was arrested for this killing on 17 November 2014 Slain scribe Rajdev Ranjan’s wife has also moved apex court seeking transfer of the probe and trial in the murder case to Delhi from Siwan alleging that media reports have shown two absconding killers of her husband in the company of Shahabuddin and Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav She has sought relief including a direction to CBI to which probe has been transferred to take up the investigation forthwith With inputs from PTI Written by Vikram S Mehta | Published: September 1 2014 1:46 am By removing independent directors from PSU boards the government is signalling its disdain for corporate governance due process and institutional integrity Related News The prime minister has hoisted his administration’s flag on the masthead of good governance This is a welcome and timely objective The question is what does the prime minister mean by “good” He campaigned on the slogan of “minimum government maximum governance” This would suggest that he equates “good” with “small” There is merit in this equation Our government is bloated inefficient and wasteful It needs to be slimmed down But I am sure this does not capture the totality of the PM’s intent He knows that governance is not about big versus small maximum or minimum The financial crisis that roiled the Western world in 2008-09 was at least in part the result of slackened government supervision over the financial community The crony capitalism that led to the 2G scam and “coalgate” was also partly due to the institutional and power vacuum created by delicensing “Good” governance 101 for the 21st century is not about size scope or ideology It is about getting things done It is about narrowing the distance between the governor and the governed It requires strong institutions rule of law technology information and talent The executive must be empowered; the judiciary unencumbered and capable of providing timely justice; and Parliament functional for debates and legislation It requires entrepreneurial decision-making and a systemic receptivity to new ideas and innovative solutions It requires a government that encourages lateral entry of talent and the forging of partnerships and collaborations with business academics and civic society It is a government that is “smart” and biased towards action These are different requirements from those when the world was not so connected competitive and challenged by problems like global warming that do not respect national boundaries The question is do the prime minister’s political and party colleagues understand the nature of these requirements Do they recognise that good governance can only be built on the above pillars I ask these questions because I am perplexed by the logic of decisions that are reportedly under consideration or have been taken I do not understand why for instance the government would wish to compel the resignation of the independent directors on the boards of large public sector entities simply because they were appointed by the previous government or why it would wish to circumscribe the autonomy of the IITs by bringing them under the umbrella of the University Grants Commission (UGC) The only explanation I can think of is that some members of the government have not fully appreciated the need to adapt to these new requirements and are stuck in the groove of siloed and self-serving politics I know that several ministers have reshuffled their senior civil servants simply because they did not want to deal with appointees of the previous government I can understand this decision although I do not support it I understand it because ministers have the prerogative to choose their own teams I do not support it because civil servants should be insulated from political exigency Else they cannot proffer unbiased and professional advice What I cannot understand or support is the decision to remove the independent directors from the boards of economically significant PSUs like ONGC and Indian Oil The reason I do not understand or support the decision is because the government gains little but loses potentially a lot After all it is not as if these directors have substantive influence They are not involved in management and are outvoted by the government representative On the other hand they provide a strategic sounding board act as a check against corporate malfeasance and inject gravitas Most directors are individuals of eminence and integrity By removing them the government is signalling its disdain for corporate governance due process and institutional integrity In a similar vein I do not understand the logic of subserving the operational and academic integrity of world-class institutions like IITs to a bureaucratic and procedure-bound organisation like the UGC In and of themselves these two examples are trivial but when seen through the lens of “good” governance they show that the narrative of governance is not contemporaneous with the demands and complexity of a digitised global and competitive world The prime minister could take a major step towards “good” governance by removing the deadweight of the prevention of corruption act that is presently on the shoulders of civil servants As I have written before this act exposes officials to the charge of corruption if they take a decision that is deemed to have benefitted a private entity There is no statute of limitation and so a person can be hauled up by the CBI long after she has retired It is no wonder therefore that civil servants have preferred to sit on files or simply pass them on to the next desk rather than put signatures to paper The “act of omission” has been a safer bet than the “act of commission” The prime minister has already lightened somewhat the weight by meeting the 70-odd secretaries to the government of India and by assuring them of his safeguard But if he wants to galvanise his bureaucracy into an action and problem-solving mode he should remove the weight totally by amending the act through an ordinance The prime minister is also looking to redefine the Planning Commission If he does decide to reincarnate it as a government-financed think tank he should task the new entity to find answers to questions such as: What must be done to modernise governance What changes must be made to improve the delivery and quality of service What needs to be done to inject a spirit of entrepreneurialism and innovation into decision-making What in short must be done to create a government that is contemporaneous and “works” to borrow from US President Barack Obama These are not easy questions but the new body could be the forum where big data on the subject of governance is collated organised and disseminated new ideas are generated through crowdsourcing public-private collaborations are forged relevant e-governance technologies are leveraged and lateral talent is located It could be a strategic planning tool for incentivising productivity efficiency and innovation It could be the body that puts flesh around the word “good” and in the process aligns everyone around the promise that the prime minister made from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15 The writer is chairman Brookings India and senior fellow Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Srinagar | Published: July 25 2017 4:46 am Deputy SP Ayub Pandith Top News Nearly a month after the lynching of Deputy SP Ayub Pandith at the premises of Jamia Masjid here police on Monday said that 20 accused have been arrested in the case A court on Thursday granted judicial remand to 12 of the arrested Earlier the court sent three persons to Central Jail on judicial remand The next hearing is fixed for August 3 IGP Muneer Khan confirmed that 20 accused had been arrested “One of the accused Sajad Ahmad Gilkar was killed in an encounter in Radbugh village of Budgam on July 12 He was named in 14 FIRs including stabbing cases” he said The police said that they initially arrested those who were injured in firing by the DSP “The arrested persons revealed more clues about the culprits” Khan said He said that Pandith was in Jamia Masjid to protect locals and separatist leader Molvi Umar Farooq adding “If the need arises the police could question Farooq’’ Giving the sequence of events Khan said that a group of youths raising pro-Zakir Musa slogans outside Jamia Masjid on Shab-e-Qadr night started beating Pandith after he refused to reveal his identity On the basis of disclosures made by the accused important evidence including the weapon of the offence (Iron rod) identity card service pistol (in damaged condition) and the cellphone of the deceased officer were recovered “It was encouraging to see a good response from the public and witnesses who voluntarily came forward to provide valuable information on the incident” he said The case is not yet closed and there could be more arrests he said “We are trying to complete the sequence with more arrests’’ For all the latest Srinagar News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 1 2015 4:40 am Public announcements must be made on radio TV newspapers and social networking sites as soon as the Met department predicts the onset of a heat wave Related News Over 2000 deaths due to the heat wave have been reported across the country most of them from the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana where summer has peaked with temperatures rising four to five degrees above normal Many of these deaths could have been avoided if the state governments had contingency plans to face the summer heat Barring Ahmedabad no Indian city — or state — has a heat wave action plan (HWAP) or a system of protocols and procedures to initiate administrative action in the event of a heat wave as well as to facilitate long-term planning Most heat wave deaths are a result of direct and sustained exposure to the sun and hot winds and the resultant dehydration Taking basic precautions during heat wave conditions — keeping away from the sun and drinking water or liquids like butter milk — and ORS treatment in the event of a crisis would help But a more organised effort may be needed to reach out to vulnerable groups mostly the elderly the malnourished children and manual labourers After an unprecedented heat wave in 2003 caught Europe by surprise and resulted in thousands of deaths — 15000 people died in France alone — most European countries have worked out HWAPs to ensure that warnings go out early and the administration is prepared to deal with the consequences Though HWAPs vary according to local conditions they focus on three aspects: building public awareness and community outreach initiating early warning systems and training healthcare workers to deal with emergencies In India the Met department releases advance data on weather but in the absence of an action plan the import of the data is lost Andhra Pradesh and Telangana where over 1300 died did not have a plan Public announcements must be made on radio TV newspapers and social networking sites as soon as the Met department predicts the onset of a heat wave Police patrols and hospitals must be put on alert to handle emergencies Long-term planning aimed at mitigating the impact of climate change by building green belts better designed buildings and transport policies should be worked on In the interim high risk areas should be mapped and monitored and uninterrupted power and water provided to sensitive zones like hospitals For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 15 2017 1:21 am Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation Related News THE Standing Committee meeting of the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) sought on Wednesday certain clarification from PMPML before extending financial assistance of Rs 6 crore PMPML Joint Managing Director D P More who was present at the meeting sought two weeks’ time to make their submission before the panel The PCMC standing committee was expecting PMPML Chairman and Managing Director Tukaram Mundhe to attend the meeting However Mundhe deputed his deputy to answer PCMC panel’s posers According to PCMC panel members the senior official said he did not have full information and would make the submission within two weeks The panel therefore decided to put on hold the financial assistance till the PMPML comes up with a ‘factfile’ Committee Chairperson Seema Savale said they were “disappointed” as despite repeated requests Mundhe could not make it to the meeting “It is highly inappropriate for a senior official… to disregard a constitutional body like the PCMC Standing Committee” she said Savale claimed that Mundhe had deputed an officer who landed with hardly any details “For the last one month we have been telling PMPML representatives about the facts and details needed to be put before us for extending financial assistance to PMPML Yet… they turn up with little to show…this is just unacceptable…” she said Every month she added PCMC pays Rs 7-and-a-half crore and PMC pays Rs 12-and-a-half crore to PMPML as their share for operative loss “We are 40 per cent partners in the losses But the PMPML services in PCMC areas are so deficient that we believe we have no reason to share such high percentage of operative costs” she said Claiming that PMPML buses’ connectivity in Pimpri-Chinchwad was dismal she said “PMPML argues that they cannot run on loss-making routes This argument has no basis Even if there are fewer commuters on a particular route as a public undertaking it is PMPML’s duty to ensure that they take care of those few commuters” On PMPML’s plan to buy 800 buses Savale said “We want to know how the buses will be allotted and who is going to share the operative loss” Basically she said the panel wants to know the break-up of the losses and who is sharing how much “This is very important because we feel we are spending more but are getting hardly anything in return vis-a-vis better PMPML services If commuters in Pimpri-Chinchwad are getting hardly anything why should we pay them in crores” she asked For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News 2007 Deepika Padukone at an event marking Chivas Regal 25 Year Old’s return to New York City. Image from Getty Images. “For some scenes, Based on this database, There are few new players who have not played in India. In my assessment, ‘What about my boyfriend? makers of the Suriya film announced it will release on December 16 and later changed the release date to December 23 at the request of Dhruva filmmakers.

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