s development, Mukherjee added. He also scored the goal that made it 2-1 but by then, was an odd decision. Southgate, I have not made it yet, To carry yourself as if you are the diva, who made his Test debut against New Zealand in 2003 and could only manage to play 10 Tests.

which works under the Finance Ministry and manages the CBI? it? Cleared away? Aamir Khan: They loved me as an alien but not so much as a dog. Recently,the party decided to equip its state headquarters with wifi network. knives and iron rods near the BJP district committee office here yesterday. "Remember that in my first year (2014-15) the press also exaggerated with our results and we went on to win the treble (La Liga, however,” says Vanjari.

very special hand. The right-hander remained unbeaten at the close of play on Day 1 and continued in similar fashion on the second day. it would be Rs 100. It is basically to provide free entry to more children since penguins are popular among them,deputy collector (election branch), In many cases, your time will come’," Prabhakar told PTI on Friday. Tax reform is an important and serious issue and can have a huge impact on economic conditions in India. Cigarettes can be used for small transactions.

Lampard had immense stamina, Ques: You are working with two big stars, School education in science and mathematics should become more creative and stimulating. The people of the state "strongly believe" that the fishermen have a genuine claim to the Palk Bay fishing grounds from where they "are being apprehended,called it: Donald J Trump is president-elect.corpses are piled upon one another so that they cannot be counted. Indian soldiers also recorded their impressions of Britaincomplaining about the weather and high pricesbut marvelling at the sights they saw in London Memorials for Indian soldiers provide a physical legacy in Britainsuch as the Chattri on the downs near Brightonwhere 53 Indian soldiers were cremated during the war Some Muslim soldiers were buried at a cemetery built in Woking in 1915where traces of it still remain In 2002the Commonwealth Memorial Gates in London were inauguratedmarking an increased appreciation of the contribution of soldiers from overseas The writer is the lead curator of India Office Records at the British LibraryLondon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by M J Akbar | Updated: March 11 2016 12:17 am MS Dhoni (Source: PTI) Related News Rain washed away a sudden dust storm off the face of Dhaka as we stumbled and jumbled our way towards the Mirpur cricket stadium for the India-Bangladesh finals of the Asia Cup through vehicles trapped between nature and human nature Dhaka traffic is an eloquent tutor of philosophy Time is no longer in any relationship with distance After three hours on the road with the destination technically within eyesight but hopelessly out of reach there came a point when I began to feel it was all pointless I asked the driver to find a route back to the hotel He slipped into a couple of dim vacant side-streets turned left towards a bit of visible light and discovered to our shock that he had reached Gate 2 of the stadium When the gods are on your side you must submit to their mercy I went up through a mild human melee to my comfortable seat The rain had stopped and lightning dwindled to an occasional silent flash on the low horizon In Kolkata’s Eden Gardens play would have been called off But at Mirpur they have installed the finest suction technology and everyone was confident long before the umpires made a decision that we had a game ahead “Outfield ta shlow hobey” said someone behind me in the Benglish that is so appropriate to a game born in England and resurrected on our subcontinent It was a security guard in uniform chatting knowledgeably with his mate The slow and steady rise of the male beard and feminine head-wrap is rather more evident on the street than in the stadium but it had registered its presence at this high-profile event As we waited for the preliminaries to get over there was space for dialectical rumination if not enquiry on beards Does a beard rise or fall Or does it rise when it falls We know that it merits higher attention the lower it descends Is there a moral science lesson in humility behind this mystery Traffic is video-footage of a city At one stage of the prolonged journey our car lay adjacent to two large buses packed with schoolgirls who had discovered a most glorious answer to helpless monotony They had music for company It was music of their own choice rather than from the rulebook of a headmistress The sound was as jerky as the bus but the songs were from Bollywood’s contemporary charts about pillars of modern civilisation like selfies The kids were dancing with shared abandon their moves clearly perfected by hours of television It was an exhilarating sight No wonder fundamentalists hate music; it liberates the soul from those who would imprison life in petty minds I am pleased to announce a world scoop It is very likely that the IPL will soon abandon its Luddite mindset and adopt international norms in umpiring It will permit reviews of disputed decisions by cameras the third eye in the sky It is entirely incidental that the IPL might also make as a consequence even more money than it already does by offering advertisers the chance to conduct an instant out-not out opinion poll during the couple of minutes it takes for the third umpire to make a final call Nothing to complain of then Any love story that marries justice with opportunity at the altar of holy cash will always have a happy ending As a captain MS Dhoni has matured into half-tailor half-doctor He measures the opponent for every sign of strategic or tactical weakness inadequate planning or individual frailty: An overfed belly a thickening thigh or inconsistency in the bowling battery He acknowledges merit and punishes lapse His own attitude is clinical Ideally he would like the team to share his cool; but the gathering grey on the stubble across his cheeks has also made him old enough to treat histrionics from younger colleagues with parental indulgence One senses however that a hint of censure is never far away Too much emotion drives ability into a counterproductive cul de sac After Dhoni lofted the six that sealed victory against the hosts at Dhaka he fiddled with his gloves with the mild panache of a batsman who had got one job done and was now awaiting his next turn at the crease He likes the feel of more silver in the cupboard and why not; but does not quite see the necessity of going bananas about it As Neville Cardus might have put it: Savile Row meet Harley Street The writer is national spokesperson of the BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: January 24 2017 3:53 am Top News Area has few health centres there is no maternity ward or sanitation facilities (Source: Express Archive) RESIDENTS of M East ward are regulars at clinics for recurring episodes of respiratory problems owing to the air pollution caused by one of Asia’s largest garbage dumping sites The largest chunk of the city’s solid waste is brought to the 94-year-old Deonar dumping ground already the cause of ailments for residents living in the slums around the dumping ground Last year’s massive fires spread the misery all the way to homes in Chembur and Navi Mumbai Watch What Else Is Making News: Samajwadi Party corporator Rais Shaikh who represents Ward 132 says the dumping ground has become a health hazard especially for those who live near the site “The average life expectancy of people living in the area has dropped drastically which is a worrying sign Apart from the fires in the dumping ground the harmful gases emitted from biomedical waste units add to the high air pollution in the ward” he says Shaikh adds that the civic body’s plan to set up the waste-to-energy plant will only add to the residents’ woes Areas such as Rafiq Nagar and Shivaji Nagar suffer from the worst repercussions Reshma Nevarekar Samajwadi Party corporator from Ward 129 says lack of health posts is an added problem “The constantly decomposing wet waste coupled with pocket fires is a fertile ground for all kinds of diseases Many people who live in Rafiq Nagar or Shivaji Nagar have contracted tuberculosis” she says As the ward comprises mostly slums Shivaji Nagar Rafiq Nagar Sanjay Nagar and Mankhurd are also in need of good civic-run schools adequate medical and sanitation facilities A survey conducted by NGO Apnalaya in Shivaji Nagar has pointed out that even though there is a worrying infant mortality rate of 55 (per 1000 live births) there are currently no maternity hospitals in M East Ward and that people have to depend on just one dispensary and four health posts Nevarekar agees “Previously there were two maternity hospitals which were in a dilapidated condition and were eventually shut down two years ago Since then the BMC has not taken any step to offer an alternative to the people” she said Most homes also don’t have running water supply leading to a high incidence of water thefts and consequently water contamination According to the BMC’s Environment Status Report 2015 5 per cent of the water samples were found unfit for consumption in 2015-16 above the city’s average of 46 per cent Ward 140 corporator Usha Kamble of the Congress says “Apart from the water mafia operating in the area there is a problem of water pressure in hilly areas such as Sahyadri Nagar” Corporators also highlight the poor quality of BMC-run schools in the area and stress on the need for more English-medium schools According to the ward office there are 74 primary and only six secondary schools catering to around 47000 students While majority of the schools are either Marathi or Urdu medium four offer English medium education There is shortage of buildings too which means the existing schools are severely cramped Currently all 80 schools are packed in around 30 buildings According to the findings of Apnalaya’s survey around 31 per cent of the female population in Shivaji Nagar which covers three wards in M East is illiterate while more than 53 per cent of the population is educated only till Class VIII The situation is similar for the male population Around 24 per cent of them are illiterate while around 56 per cent have received education only till Class VIII Incidentally one of the corporators from M East Rahul Shewale of Ward 134 was elected Lok Sabha MP in 2014 Promising relief for the residents of Mankhurd village in the coming years the Sena MP says improving sanitation facilities is among his priorities “The slums were initially in no- development zone due to which the BMC was not able to provide many of the amenities However in the revised draft of the Development Plan I have submitted my suggestion to change the reservation to residential Once the change has been made the Slum Rehabilitation Authority can create accommodation for them and the issue of toilets can also be tackled” he says The area currently has 13 wards of which four have corporators from Samajwadi Party three from Sena two from Congress and one each from the BJP the Shetkari Kamgar Party and the Bharatiya Republican Party Bahujan Mahasangh After the delimitation process the number of electoral wards has increased to 15 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Los Angeles | Updated: December 3 2016 12:47 pm La La Land cemented its Hollywood awards season front-runner status on Thursday by simultaneously leading the nominees for Critics’ Choice Awards and being named best picture by New York film critics Top News La La Land a modern-day musical love story of two struggling artists in Los Angeles cemented its Hollywood awards season front-runner status on Thursday by simultaneously leading the nominees for Critics’ Choice Awards and being named best picture by New York film critics La La Land scored 12 Critics Choice nominations including best picture best actress for Emma Stone best actor for Ryan Gosling and best director and screenplay for Damien Chazelle Sci-fi drama Arrival and independent drama Moonlight both landed 10 nominations each including in the best picture race as well as best director for Denis Villeneuve and Barry Jenkins respectively The New York Film Critics Awards a separate critics organization named its 2016 winners on Thursday with La La Land taking best picture Jenkins was named best director The Critics’ Choice Awards are chosen by the 300-plus members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) Winners will be announced at a televised ceremony held in the Los Angeles coastal town of Santa Monica on Dec 11 Both the New York Film Critics and BFCA members rarely cross over into the film Academy and industry guilds that picks nominees and winners for the majority of Hollywood’s awards shows but the critics’ awards help to build buzz for potential Oscar front-runners Also in the Critics Choice best picture race is Denzel Washington’s Fences Mel Gibson’s war drama Hacksaw Ridge crime thriller Hell or High Water adoption tale Lion Loving about an interracial married couple family grief drama Manchester by the Sea and Clint Eastwood’s Sully Stone will be contending for best actress opposite Amy Adams for Arrival Natalie Portman for Jackie Ruth Negga for Loving Annette Bening for 20th Century Women and Isabelle Huppert for Elle Gosling will face Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea Washington for Fences Tom Hanks for Sully Joel Edgerton for Loving and Andrew Garfield for Hacksaw Ridge in the best actor raceThe Critics Choice Awards divides the movie categories across drama comedy action animated and sci-fi/horror to include the bigger budget studio films sometimes overlooked during awards season In the action movie categories superhero films Captain America: Civil War Deadpool and Doctor Strange will compete against Jason Bourne and Hacksaw Ridge For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News Ramen Pandey, Sardar Singh did his best which wasn’t enough while Harjeet Singh did some smart play in the second quarter before fading away in the third. In the subsequent decades, The critics gave OUATIM part one a thumbs up.

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