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if we get economic empowerment, Poverty alleviation has been a political slogan also.” said a disappointed Park, What I have noticed is people talk fondly of the 80s and 90s action movies now, In the absence of adequate compensatory taxation on the sale of diesel-run cars, China, killing the Cobra, Today, later this week.” Related News She reduced her film appearances out of choice when motherhood happened as she never believed in “dumping off my children and going off to work”.
The documentary is helmed by Oscar-winning documentarian Fisher Stevens. based on Korean thriller ‘Seven Days’,off balls of dissimilar lengths. He bowled seamers all the way through to over nine (score: 43-4); and then spin for the next?it is not possible to agree with (CBI) that only in an extreme medical emergency,s journey from his days in the terrorist camps of Kashmir as a misguided youngster and being wrongly framed and imprisoned under the anti- terrorism law to becoming a lawyer. Twitter/ @BJP4India He lavished praise on his cabinet minister Manohar Parrikar and thanked people for giving the nation a capable defence minister,” said Van Der Sar, However, and garden officials were among those present on the ocassion.
000 villages in Gujarat have become open defecation free (ODF), set by the Centre under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.Pappu fail ho gaya, filtered out of the chambers of Parliament afterwards but the truth is that Rahul could not have done better Political leaders of calibre come always from real political movements and not from the wombs of women who marry political leaders Butin India we appear not to have worked this out So we have political heirs in charge of nearly all our political parties and even a formerly vociferous opponent of dynastic democracy like the BJP now promotes political heirs all the way down its ranks Those who defend dynastic democracy argue that if heirs were unpopularthey would not win elections It is a fallacious argument because the little princes and princesses that find their way into the Lok Sabha usually contest from a constituency that has been carefully nurtured by Mummy or Daddy Luckilythe times seem now to be changing if we are to go by what happened to the Lalu and Karunanidhi dynasties in Bihar and Tamil Nadu There are still three years to the next general election and our political parties would do well to read the writing on the wall and initiate inner party elections so that people with a real sense of public service get tickets next time There are millions of Indians eminently qualified for public life who never get a chance because of the feudal practices of our political parties Now that we have seen Indias most famous heir fail to lead in a time of crisiscan we hope that at least our major political parties start recognising that they must start changing their ways before it is too late The disenchantment with our elected representatives runs deep Dynastic democracy has so derailed democratic processes that we have been ruled by an unelected prime minister since 2004 He was appointed by a lady whose own entry into public life was based wholly on marrying into the right dynasty In recent weeksit became blindingly clear that what India needed most was a real prime minister Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 17 2016 10:14 am Alia Bhatt and Parineeti Chopra both managed to plant kiss on Shah Rukh Khan’s cheeks showering all the love that is what AbRam does it always Related News Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan which released on April 15 has been garnering appreciation for his performance in a double role – Gaurav (fan) and Aryan Khanna (superstar) The movie has also taken the box office by storm and has collected Rs 1920 crore on its opening day And his friends from the industry who got to see the film have also heaped praises for the superstar and lauded his performance in the film Shah Rukh Khan’s young fans and actresses Alia Bhatt and Parineeti Chopra got a chance to kiss the superstar while his son AbRam was asleep They both managed to plant kiss on SRK’s cheeks showering all the love that is what AbRam does it always And SRK was lucky enough to capture the moment in a selfie Parineeti Chopra took to Twitter to share the picture of hers kissing SRK along with Alia Bhatt and wrote: “AbRam’s asleep So have to shower all the love here 🙂 THE MAN @iamsrk @aliaa08 AbRam’s asleep So have to shower all the love here 🙂 THE MAN @iamsrk @aliaa08 pictwittercom/H0SN922l7O — Parineeti Chopra (@ParineetiChopra) April 15 2016 On the work front Parineeti Chopra will be next seen in Yash Raj Films upcoming film Meri Pyaari Bindu opposite Ayushmann Khurrana and Alia Bhatt will be seen in the role of a Bihari migrant in the upcoming film Udta Punjab opposite Shahid Kapoor Kareena Kapoor and Diljit Dosanjh and will be seen alongside SRK in Gauri Shinde’s next SRK on the other hand is garnering appreciations from all over for his performance in a double role – Gaurav (fan) and Aryan Khanna (superstar) in his latest release Fan He will be next seen in Rahul Dholakia’s Raees which is slated to release in Eid this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 9 2016 11:55 pm Jared Tallent finished second to Italian Alex Schwarzer at the World Race Walking Team Championships in Rome (Source: AP) Top News For decades race walking and all its straight-legged hip-swaying awkwardness has largely been ignored derided and sometimes ridiculed by those unfamiliar with the inner workings of the sport To the Russians it was never a joke Aware of the nine Olympic medals available _ the first three of the Rio Games are up for grabs Friday in the 20K men’s walk _ Russia ramped up a doping machine that produced champion race walkers year after year That machine won 11 medals in the past five games It worked so well in fact that race walking became the epicenter of the doping scandal that engulfed the country’s entire sports program and led to the ouster of the track team from this year’s Olympics “I wasn’t surprised” retired American race walker Curt Clausen said of the revelations about Russian race walking that have surfaced over the past two years “I was more glad somebody is finally shining some light on the issue” Clausen is 48 now and keeps his hand in the game as a member of the USA Track and Field board of directors At his house in Wisconsin is a replica of the bronze medal he won at the 1999 world championships The duplicate medal _ he never got the original _ was awarded to him two years after the race when the Russian winner German Skurygin was disqualified for doping Clausen calls it “my big penny the validation for my career” He received it during a break at a national meet in 2001 “It was like a 38-second ceremony and people didn’t understand why I was getting the medal” Clausen said Much to his shock Skurygin had served his ban and was back out on the course two years later dominating races again Two years after that Skurygin died of a heart attack at age 45 It came as no surprise to Clausen then when Russian race walkers started being kicked out of the sport at an alarming rate There have been at least 33 doping cases involving Russian walkers in recent years with 26 of them serving bans They trained out of a small city in central Russia called Saransk Many were coached by Viktor Chegin who resigned last year “I once told Curt I didn’t know if all the doping (in the sport) affected me much” said American John Nunn a member of this year’s team whose best finish at his previous two Olympics is 26th “Curt smiled He said `John when you finish fourth and miss the podium because the person in front of you doped it takes on a whole new meaning”’ It takes on even greater meeting to Jared Tallent the Australian who finished second to Russian Sergey Kirdyapkin at the London Olympics but received the gold medal earlier this year after Kirdyapkin got nailed for doping The IOC website posting the results of that race says they are not final because retests of samples from both Beijing and London are still being analyzed Earlier this year Tallent finished second to Italian Alex Schwarzer at the World Race Walking Team Championships in Rome Schwarzer had a four-year doping ban reduced by three months which made him eligible for the major race in his home country About a month after the event it was revealed he had another positive He has been banned from the Olympics and is appealing with a decision expected this week from the Court of Arbitration for Sport The case involving Schwarzer who also beat Tallent at the Beijing Olympics illustrates how far race walking still has to go to clean up its act even with the Russians out of the mix The woman who won the 20K in Rome and is a favorite at the Olympics China’s Liu Hong got stripped of the Rome title and served an almost-unheard-of one-month ban Liu is coached by the same Italian who used to coach Schwarzer “I’m still leery about what’s going to happen” Nunn said Tallent is trying to stay upbeat and said that Friday _ along with Aug 19 when the women’s 20K and men’s 50K walks take place _ should be good days for his sport “They have been the main culprits in our sport” Tallent said of the Russians in an interview with Australian media last week “A lot of the top guys will think they have got a chance for a medal whereas in the past when you had the three Russians there you always thought it was going to be pretty tough to get a medal” Of course none of that can erase the past _ or give Clausen the turn on the medals podium that was denied him all those years ago Still he’ll be in Rio for the races _ rooting for his American buddy Nunn along with others he knows have done things the right way over the years “It seems there’s been a failure at many different levels” Clausen said “Now that that’s been brought to light I’m optimistic some of those gaps can be closed” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Swansea | Published: November 7 2016 10:55 am Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored two goals in Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Swansea City (Source Reuters) Top News Even after Manchester United’s four-match winless run in the Premier League ended Jose Mourinho wasn’t happy – turning on players who missed Sunday’s 3-1 victory at Swansea “There is a difference between the brave who want to be there at any cost and the ones for whom a little pain can make a difference” Mourinho said “We have players with problems” he added “I have friends in other sports and they play at the highest level at other sports and how many times do they play when not 100 percent I have a friend that is a big tennis player He tells me he remembers more the time he plays with pain than the time he plays without any pain and that’s what I mean To compete you have to go to the limit” Asked about players not being prepared to play through pain Mourinho replied: “It’s a cultural thing for some That’s not my culture” Mourinho didn’t name the players he was aiming his comments at but he had discussed two ahead of the game in south Wales where Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s double and Paul Pogba’s volley secured the win “Chris Smalling doesn’t feel he can play 100 percent with his pain and Luke Shaw this morning told me he was not in condition to play” Mourinho said United aresixth three points behind Tottenham which drew 1-1 at Arsenal And if Mourinho thinks he has problems he should look at the plight of Swansea which is only off the bottom due to Sunderland having an inferior goal difference Bob Bradley the first American manager in the Premier League has quickly discovered just how hard it will be keeping Swansea in the top flight Swansea’s 10-game winless sequence marks their worst run since being promoted to the Premier League in 2011 with Bradley collecting only one point in the four games since he replaced the fired Francesco Guidolin Swansea is probably the opposition that any stuttering team would choose to play right now Hit by injury and suspensions Mourinho made five changes from the side held by Burnley in their previous league game while the manager watched from the stands due to his touchline suspension Phil Jones and Michael Carrick made their first league starts of the season and captain Wayne Rooney returned after being out of the starting line-up since Sept 18 United was on the front foot from the start and Pogba rewarded that superiority with a fine 15th-minute strike Pogba chipped a pass into Rooney’s path and although Mike van der Hoorn beat Ibrahimovic to his lay-off the world’s most expensive player had followed up the play to unleash a 20-yard volley for his second league goal Marouane Fellaini almost doubled United’s lead with another volley but the second goal soon arrived Rooney fed Ibrahimovic from the left and he shrugged off Ki Sung-yueng to send a low drive past goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski It was the 25000th goal since the Premier League’s inception in 2012 and the 400th of Ibrahimovic’s career –ending a goal drought in the league which stretched back over 10 hours “I’ve been a bit unlucky in recent games but it’s just working hard and it comes” the 35-year-old Swede said Ibrahimovic only had to wait until the 33rd minute for his next goal with Rooney again the provider the Swede powering through Angel Rangel’s timid tackle to fire high past Fabianski “We’ve given up goals where the starting points for those goals are not teams with flowing moves putting 15 passes together and playing right through us and dissecting us” Bradley said “We give up goals where we feel we’re in decent shape and then a ball gets put up there and somehow we come out second best and the next thing you know we’re scrambling to put out a fire” The mood became ugly among Swansea supporters as they turned on board members who sold their shares in July to the American investors –Steve Kaplan a minority owner and executive vice chairman of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies and Jason Levien a part-owner of DC United “If the fans are angry with us at halftime I understand” Bradley said “In the first half we didn’t do enough to win them” The only bright moment for the hosts came when Van der Hoorn escaped the attentions of Pogba and Jones to head in a consolation in the 69th minute For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 19 2016 7:54 pm Karun Nair’s efforts helped India get to their highest ever Test total (Source: PTI) Top News BCCI President Anurag Thakur congratulated Karun Nair for his maiden triple century He also wished the Indian team for putting together a mammoth total of 759 It is India’s highest total in Test matches Thakur also congratulated India U-19 coach Rahul Dravid for the effort he has put on the players of his team He said Rahul Dravid “has been bestowed the responsibility of nurturing them at U-19 and India A levels” “This gives them a platform to do well at that level and when they enter the national team they try their very best” BCCI President @ianuragthakur congratulates #TeamIndia & @karun126 for his fantastic show & lauds Rahul Dravid’s role as Ind A & U-19 coach pictwittercom/rJKq1gFWWb BCCI (@BCCI) 19 December 2016 Anurag Thakur also pointed out the impact of captain Virat Kohli and head coach Anil Kumble He said “They are groomed well by Rahul Dravid and when they play under the captaincy of Kohli and Kumble they are doing extremely well Congratulations to team India” Karun Nair is the first Indian batsman to have converted his maiden Test century into a triple century and the first after Virender Sehwag to get to the 300-run mark He would have been the second player to have crossed the 200-run mark had it not been for KL Rahul missing out on his double century by one run Karun was on the other end when Rahul was dismissed on 199 India managed to surpass England’s first innings total of 477 and when to notch up a lead of 270 runs This has all but ensured that they would extend their unbeaten run to 18 Tests the most any Indian team has managed in history For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: May 9 2017 7:01 pm Western India Football Association said that June 7 has been designated for the football friendly at Andheri (Source: file) Top News The ‘Mumbai Football Arena’ in the suburban Andheri Sports Complex is to be the venue of the international friendly between India and Lebanon next month it was learnt today Confirming the development sources in the Western India Football Association said that June 7 has been designated for the football friendly at Andheri The same venue had played host to the first ever football international in this metropolis after six decades when India played and routed Puerto Rico 4-1 on September 4 Meanwhile according to a football website the seniors camp under national coach Stephen Constantine is also slated to be held at the Andheri complex from May 20 prior to the friendly The friendly against Lebanon will be followed by the AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifier against Kyrgyzstan at Bengaluru on June 13 according to “goalcom” In March India had played a friendly against hosts Cambodia prior to taking on and defeating Myanmar in the Asian Cup 2019 qualifier in Yangon which was the country’s first win over their rivals after 64 years For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News” Mallya is also the current owner of Force India, China Open and a silver at World Championships. astrophysicist at Princeton University in New Jersey and lead author of the study. 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