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For all the latest Ahmedabad News, Ishita pulls their leg.Written by Express News Service | Published: May 9 download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 1, British bookmakers immediately installed Allardyce as favourite to succeed him at Selhurst Park.s wife Sara Carbonero. on Thursday hinted that he may not be in the race for another term in Rashtrapati Bhavan.s share On the eve of the Thai prime minister?shipyards,s promise of good governance and development following nine years of misrule by the Congress-lead UPA.
?teammate,000 MLD (million litres per day) of water is being supplied from Narmada project, which is probably why they picked running mates who would be able to play the religion card. which is also in a dilapidated state under the present central government. Vardy did not feature for England in their recent World Cup qualifiers, Leicester are just above the relegation zone with five points from seven games and last won against Brighton and Hove Albion in the second round of league fixtures in August. This administration, so these can’t provide a baby with the added protection against infection and illness that breast milk does.Modi had lunch with the ambassadors of the European Union at the residence of German envoy to India Michael Steiner.
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t agree with your convictions! I told her You are being unnecessarily stubborn? "The Committee recommended adding two more tournaments to give more exposure and opportunities to women cricketers at the domestic level." he added. Downing Street was also forced to deny that Patel’s meetings in Israel had led to any change of political stance on the region after it emerged that in the wake of her visit in August,Patel had discussed potentially providing some of Britain’s aid money to Israel’s armed forces which run field hospitals in the Golan Heights area Britain does not officially recognise Israeli occupation of the area and DfID was reportedly advised against any such move Manuel Hassassian the Palestinian ambassador to the UK said the offer to send aid money to the Israeli army made a mockery of the British government’s claim to be "pushing for a two-state solution" "It was shocking for me a Cabinet minister breaking the ministerial protocol and meeting 12 officials high-ranking includingNetanyahu" he added Meanwhile it is also being claimed that Patel deliberately avoided facing questions over the issue from MPs in the House of Commons yesterday by bringing forward her flight to Kenya It was left to her junior DfID minister of state for the Middle East Alistair Burt to defend his boss’ actions in Parliament "The meetings were not particularly secret.If I had gone to Israel I would have wanted a schedule like this" he told MPs If Patel were to be sacked or forced to resign Theresa May would lose a second senior minister within the space of a week after Sir Michael Fallon stood down as defence minister amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards female journalists Another of her close Cabinet allies first secretary of state Damian Green is also under investigation over misconduct allegations and foreign secretary Boris Johnson has been under fire over his handling of a case involving a British Iranian in prison in Tehran The British Prime Minister has been desperate not to shake up her already tenuous hold on Downing Street ever since her decision to call a snap general election in June backfired and lost the Conservative party its majority in Parliament But she has been increasingly seen as a weak leader trying to steady a very shaky regime By: PTI | Portland | Published: September 2 2017 8:26 pm Aditi Ashok needed only 28 putts as compared to the 31 on the first day (Source: File) Top News Aditi Ashok stayed in touch with the leaders as she added two-under 70 to her first round 68 to get to six-under and stay in the Top-10 of the Cambia Portland Classic in Portland The 19-year-old Indian rookie Aditi had three birdies against one bogey Coming back after a three-week break Aditi found more fairways but reached fewer greens in regulations than the first day But she needed only 28 putts as compared to the 31 on first day Meanwhile Stacy Lewis who has said she would donate all of her winnings for the flood relief efforts in her adopted hometown of Houston Texas is trying to ensure a big donation as she is tied for the lead through two rounds Lewis fired a bogey-free round yesterday with eight birdies and no bogeys Her 8-under-par 64 has been the round of the tournament so far Indeed it was her second-lowest single round score of the year (she shot a 63 at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic in January the first event of the year) Lewis admitted if she won this week it would be ‘up there with a major’ in terms of how special this particular result would be However Lewis will face stiff competition from two-time defending champion Brooke Henderson and In Gee Chun – who is looking for her first win on the season Henderson shot her second-straight 5-under-par 67 yesterday and had the lead outright at 11-under thanks to an eagle two on the par-4 11th but made a bogey on the par-3 16th to fall back into a tie at 10-under with Lewis and Chun A trio of golfers are just two shots back heading into the weekend including Jodi Ewart Shadoff Ai Miyazato – who is playing in her final LPGA Tour event on US soil prior to retiring and Moriya Jutanugarn For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 21 2017 1:55 pm The England midfielder said that talented players failed at Manchester United as they could not handle the intensity of playing for the club (Source: Reuters) Top News Manchester United cannot be content with a top-four finish and must target the Premier League title next season captain Michael Carrick has said The 35-year-old won three league titles in his first three seasons at United and collected two more before long-serving manager Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 “It’s all about winning things” Carrick told British media on Thursday “In some ways it’s winning the league or nothing…I can’t get my head around that – to say top four is acceptable I know we’ve had changes and adjusted as players have come in and out and you can’t expect to win the league every year but you’ve got to set out to do that “I was obviously fortunate enough to win the league straight away and having that run we did in my first three years gives you that taste of ‘Right it’s all or nothing now’ so maybe I was spoiled in my early years” The England midfielder also said that talented players failed at United as they could not handle the intensity of playing for the Old Trafford club “I think it has done over the years we can all see that there are big players who come here and for whatever reason it hasn’t worked for them” Carrick added “They haven’t been able to deal with it There is a certain level of expectation standards and scrutiny you probably don’t get elsewhere” United beat local rivals Manchester City 2-0 in a pre-season match in the International Champions Cup on Thursday night and will face Spanish champions Real Madrid this weekend For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsArnia (Jammu): Night after night Anita Kumar and her family huddled together under a bed in one corner of a room surrounded by the deadly sounds of gunfire After heavy cross-border shelling over several days the family finally decided to leave their home along the India- Pakistan border on Friday "We chose to stay here despite the intermittent attacks But on Thursday night the situation got worse two shells hit our house damaged it and killed a buffalo" Kumar said The once-bustling border settlement of Arnia now resembles a ghost town Like Kumar and her family many have fled the town to escape the shelling that has been carrying on for seven days "The mortar bombs fired by Pakistani troops will kill us if we don’t leave our homes" Arnia resident Pritam Chand told PTI Not just Arnia 20 adjoining hamlets also wear a deserted look as its residents move to relatively safer areas Night times residents of the border areas stressed were the most frightening as guns and mortar shells boomed Chand whose family members fled Arnia and took shelter at his son-in-law’s house in the Chatta area of Jammu pointed to the bullet holes scarring the walls of his house and said it had been hit by three mortar shells "Thursday night’s shelling almost led to the partial collapse of the house" he said Over 60 percent of the houses in the area had been hit by mortar shells Chand said "Had our family not left the house we would all have died yesterday" he said The shelling leaves behind a lethal trail of destruction: At least two persons were killed and 19 others injured in explosions last week Representational image Reuters "In our ward 12 houses were hit on Thursday night" Chand said adding that over 90 per cent of those who had stayed back in Arnia had now left the town Kumar her husband Bhag Singh their two children and her mother-in-law have taken refuge in a relative’s home "We have no money to rebuild our house" she rued The sub-divisional police officer (SDPO) of the area Surinder Choudhary said roughly 10000 people had left their homes Those who have moved to regions around come back to their homes in the daytime mostly to feed their cattle Dead cattle in pools of blood torn off roof-tops and windows punctured by bullets and splinters of mortar bombs are a common sight here The smell of cordite and gunpowder lingers in the air "We live under the shadow of death Our cattle have been killed and injured Our houses and cow sheds have been damaged We have been forced to leave our homes Our children are not getting education Is this the life we wanted" Jabowal resident Shamsher Singh asked People in this border town believed that statements about giving "befitting replies to Pakistan" only invited more attacks "When the ministers issue statements about befitting replies to Pakistan from their Delhi offices we pay for their remarks" a villager said The local people demanded bunkers from the government to escape the shelling from across the border "Instead of issuing statements the government should provide us with individual bunkers and plots for constructions of safe houses away from the firing ranges" Kumar said There have been continuous firing and shelling by Pakistani troops along the International Border (IB) and the Line of Control (LoC) between 13 September and 18 September After a two-day lull firing and shelling resumed on 21 September Incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops have increased sharply this year Till 1 August there have been 285 such actions by the Pakistan army while in 2016 the number was significantly less at 228 for the entire year according to figures by the Indian Army In a news conference on Monday Army chief General Bipin Rawat confirmed earlier media reports that in the last week of December China intruded nearly a kilometre into Indian territory at Arunachal Pradesh and started road-construction activities before they were challenged by Indian security forces and beat a retreat File image of Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat News18 Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Rawat claimed that the ‘Tuting incident’ was amicably “resolved” through existing border management mechanisms and Indian troops handed over road-building equipment Chinese workers which they left behind China claimed its construction workers “inadvertently” strayed into India’s side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) Not only is it difficult to take claims of Chinese innocence seriously it might be risky and foolish to treat the latest incursion as anything other than another example of China’s salami-slicing tactics China’s madness is methodical It never does ‘inadvertent’ things Just as Doka La was initiated to achieve multiple targets — test the boundaries of India’s tolerance threshold establish military control over a strategic location and drive a wedge between India and Bhutan — similarly the Arunachal incursion and attempt to change ‘facts on the ground’ through construction activities will have larger implications A larger question stares at us: What does China hope to achieve by salami-slicing into sovereign territories At the height of Doka La standoff COAS Rawat sounded apprehensive about the possibility of a two-front war arising out of China’s ‘salami-slicing’ tactics ‘Salami-slicing’ (coined by Hungarian Communist leader Mátyás Rákosi in the late 1940s) refers to the Chinese strategy of incremental and clandestine acts of territorial aggression that are individually well below the limits of tolerance but pose a cumulative political and strategic threat eventually seeking to undermine a nation’s sovereignty Through these seemingly imperceptible actions China subtly alters the status quo changes ‘facts on ground’ and lays claim over the altered reality Under President Xi Jinping China is increasingly employing this coercive strategy to assert itself across Asia Pacific and in the high Himalayan region where it shares a nearly 4000-kilometre border with India During the Doka La standoff this coercive playbook met with India’s strategy of ‘physical denial’? Google Pixel,vanishing from roots again?IEMarch 19) Since its rediscovery in Maharashtra in 1997the owlet had been spotted in the forests of various states The birds habitat is under tremendous pressurethanks to encroachmentforest fires and the use of chemicals and pesticides in farmsnot to mention the destruction of habitat The health of the forest owletwhich is at the top of the food chainindicates the health of the forest Urgent conservation efforts are needed to rescue the forest owletfor the overall protection of the ecosystem Probir Kumar Bose Navi Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy Alison Saldanha An emergency air-quality warning system created in 2016 for the national capital territory of Delhi has failed its sole purpose: To warn citizens of hazardous levels of air pollution Over eight days to 16 October 2017 as Delhi’s air quality worsened reaching 10-12 times above safe limits set by the World Health Organization (WHO) the government ignored its own plan which also included a clean-up of the air Officials should have among other things enforced pollution controls on thermal power plants sprinkled water on roads to curb dust and curbed traffic jams Over the last one month Delhi residents should have received an alert every day warning them that air quality index (AQI) readings were breaching danger levels Since October 8 2017 air-quality levels crossed “poor” eight times “very poor to severe” 21 times and “emergency” once as they have for 48 hours to 8 November 2017 according to data from the government’s own alert system the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) “The Government had enough time to implement GRAP and systematically issue health advisories as per the action plan guidelines” said independent researcher Aishwarya Madineni who analysed the Central Pollution Control Board’s AQI readings “However the effort to create public awareness and alert the citizens to safeguard their health only happened after reaching an emergency situation” Representational image PTI Emergency meeting on Pollution with @ArvindKejriwal ? 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” Liverpool’s goalkeeping situation has also been far from settled. was the flag bearer at the closing ceremony. Amid a riot of colour combining tradition with modernity Brazil showcased its cultural variety paying tributes to the country’s music maestros arts anddance forms as the curtains came down on the 31st Olympic Games In the presence of over 60000 spectators and over 11000 athletes from across the globe at the historic Maracana International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach officially declared the Games closed urging the youths of the world to assemble in Tokyo in 2020 for the next edition of the quadrennial showpiece With inputs from agencies Written by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: September 4 2013 2:56 am Related News Police investigation into the Sector 7 murder case of a senior citizenSushila Devihas revealed that her daughter-in-law has no role in the murder case She had come under scanner as the police had found her call details on the cell-phone of one of the domestic servants who have been arrested During questioningit turned out that the womanwho was with her husband in Dubai at the time of the incidenthad no role in the murder Police said it was the contradictory statements of the domestic servants that led to the cracking of the crime Our investigation has revealed that the daughter-in-law of the deceased woman had no role in the murder? 2017 Love in his heart & a mission on his mind! So the argument is really about spending, he says He argues inflation is a worldwide phenomenon caused by a combination of oil price increase and diversion of foodgrains for energy production in response to itwhich has led to acute food shortage and rise in food prices The third world is a special victim of it Controlling inflation in the Indian economy requires not a curbing of aggregate domestic demandbut an insulation from world food price trendsdomestic supply management of foodgrainand a curb on the supply price of food by keeping energy costs lowwhich entails not passing on the increase in world oil prices? ?rising to over $100 days later, pushed into a corner amid rumours that the army had asked Sharif to resign,following a minor complaint, Aryan Pal.
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