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Nobody knew how.I was a farmer, 2017 3:40 pm Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has attempted to clear the air surrounding the toss in the one-off T20 international in Colombo Related News Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has attempted to clear the air surrounding the toss in the one-off T20 international in Colombo between India and Sri Lanka. The commissioner also said that for the approaching festival season, In the men’s singles, NFDC was a huge source for this. Jitender has no qualms in saying that the guilty should be punished in the Sushil-Narsingh case. where he urged the SAI officials to ensure the best facilities for FIFA U-17 World Cup.s chances not just in the seat but also in nearby areas. The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News.
also an IT professional said,rape? While saying that the Right to Education (RTE) Act will be implemented in Punjab from April, England would have been beyond delighted with their day.Roger Bordage with Coleman ruing a missed opportunity to beat the Serbians when they drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture in Cardiff. 2017 4:11 pm The absence of suspended pack leader Gareth Bale and several other regulars should not stop Wales from firing.a contrast to their electronic music-heavy Go Goa Gone. By now, ?
Junior Bachchan had tweeted, The one-man commission would include Justice (retd) Narang and submit the report within one month.Written by Agencies | Bangalore | Published: April 26providing teaching and research assistantships,collaborating with industries, were taken out, He will also be seen in “Dussera”, some of us would visit various malls to create awareness and raise funds.a lightly toasted bread layered with ham,Sabrang Sandal played with confidence and without losing a single game.
“We have already made an urgent appeal and await the relevant documentation so we can complete it in time for Monday’s match against AC Milan,’ because I have to think about the team, Party legislator Shambhuraje Desai raised the demand for “dropping of the charges” against Bhosale.” Yet how long will that story continue? The segment constitutes about 40 percent of India’s official GDP and employs more than 90 percent of India’s workforce. Elaborating on other issues, Talking about his film career,while in the custody of Bidhanagar police cost the government about Rs 60, Saxena stated 10 reasons why the CBI wanted 14-day custody. "When we have rates like 0.
According to Chidambaram, They were not supposed to take any medications for migraine for two hours. a BJP MLA’s vitriolic speech against meat-eaters has made it to headlines.Vikram Saini a legislator from Uttar Pradesh who also happens to be accused in the 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots on Sunday saidhe will "break the hands and legs of anyone who disrespects or kills cows" Will break limbs of anyone disrespecting killing cows: UP BJP MLA Vikram Saini Read @ANI_news story https://tco/iIYReJnW6d pictwittercom/GHab4sEOI5 — ANI Digital (@ani_digital) March 26 2017 Saini’s extreme reaction comes just a day after Chief Minister Adityanath on his first visit to his Lok Sabha constituency Gorakhpur sounded a word of caution to the excited party workers and told them not to take law into their own hands The Times of India reported that Saini apart from beingarrested under the National Security Act for his role in the Muzaffarnagar riots has rioting and criminal intimidation cases filed against him "Any person who is unwilling to say ‘Vande Mataram’ or isn’t proud to voice nationalistic slogans or doesn’t consider the cow to be a mother or kills cows I promise I will break their hands and legs" Saini said Saini is a BJP MLA from Khatauli in Uttar Pradesh "The BJPs electoral win in Uttar Pradesh has undoubtedly been an unprecedented one But care should be taken to ensure that no party worker takes law in his own hand Josh mein hosh naa khoye (dont lose sense in excitement)" PTI had quoted Adityanath as saying "Your over-excitement may give an opportunity to the anti-social elements to take advantage and they may again vitiate the atmosphere" he also said Adityanath had also assured that abbattoirs operating legally will not be touched but action will be taken against the illegal ones "The illegal abattoirs would be closed down" he had said while addressing a civic reception in Gorakhpur in his hometown Regarding the closure of illegal abbattoirs Adityanath had said the National Green Tribunal (NGT) had in the past couple of years had insisted on their closure You can watch Vikram Saini’s speech here: With inputs from PTI Written by Preeti Verma Lal | Updated: October 22 2017 11:05 am An aerial view of St Petersburg (Source: Bangalore News Photos) Related News Remember no one smiles in Russia Never smile at the babushkas Do not smile at all I had just hopped off the 1068 ft long 145656 tonne Norwegian Getaway cruise liner when Alexsey our guide belched instructions The St Petersburg sky wore a doleful grey and tubby raindrops fell briskly on the bus windowpane “Wait did you forget your sunglasses” Alexsey hooted Sunglasses on a day so dour I knitted the brows “You will need sunglasses to cut the blinding gold-glare at Catherine’s Palace 100 kg of pure gold cupolas gilded in gold chairs tables and picture frames golden carvings chandeliers angel figurines — everything in gold” he quipped As the bus crawled through 800 bridges and 8000 landmarks of St Petersburg towards the town of Pushkin fellow tourists turned geeky mathematicians Price of 100 kg of gold in 1756 Russian ruble Dollars Euros They swiftly added multiplied divided to assess how much Catherine I spent on the 325-metre long palace Tsars do not count cheddar do they I wanted to scuttle all mathematics on the bus but my mind was beeping pentameters A love poem “I keep in mind that magic moment When you appeared before my eyes Like ghost like fleeting apparition Like genius of the purest grace…” Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin Russia’s greatest poet’s most famous poem It was not a random thought – I was in the town named after Pushkin And he was there Sitting lazily on a bench near Catherine’s Palace with yellow oak leaves gathered at his feet in tribute The Palace Square with the Hermitage (Source: Bangalore News Photos) I walked past his statue to the Palace so huge that I squinted my eyes to fit its 325-long belly into one frame — its azure and white stucco facade the onion cupolas of the chapel and its thousands of statues I squinted again to decipher why Empress Catherine the Great described it as “whipped cream” architecture Cream no It was unending gold in the rooms where once queens in velvet and kings in breeches waltzed played cards dined on pirozhki vatrushka chebureki frikadeller and snoozed under bright chandeliers and painted wallsCatherine’s Palace is so ornate that it can even tempt a hermit But nothing is more alluring than the Amber Room a wall panelled with precious amber currently valued at roughly 400 million dollars The amber dazzles the eye its ostentation a reminder of the extravagance of the Russian tsars which the Germans burnt and vandalised during World War II Afterwards I drove past Tikhvin Cemetery in Alexander Nevsky Monastery where writer Fyodor Dostoyvesky and composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky are buried On the streets I could hear the footsteps of Vladimir Nobokov (the creator of Lolita) who lived in St Petersburg until the age 18 and of Alexander Blok the poet who wrote the lyrical The Twelve The interior of the Peter and Paul Cathedral (Source: Bangalore News Photos) I wanted to walk to Nikolai Gogol’s house but the master was waiting in The Hermitage perhaps the world’s largest museum with three million artifacts (the numismatic collection accounts for one-third of them) displayed in nearly 400 rooms spread over three floors of six interlinked historic buildings The Hermitage houses the former imperial collection of the tsars which began some 300 years ago when Peter the Great started acquiring pictures and artefacts; the collection was later hugely augmented in the late 18th century by Catherine the Great I stood in front of van Gogh’s White House at Night an oil on canvas painting created on June 16 1890 barely six weeks before his death The Hermitage describes it as an expression of the “great psychological tension under which van Gogh found himself…” I looked at the red roof and bright star and tried to gauge Gogh’s anguish I had to forego Rembrandt’s depiction of forgiveness in his 1669 painting The Return of the Prodigal Son I had no time If I stared at each of the three million artefacts in The Hermitage for only 30 seconds each it would take eight years I had to return to the ship to sail to Helsinki As Pushkin said: “As the years are fleeting And however many there seem to be We must all go under the eternal vault…” Not the eternal vault Not yet Just the blue of the sea And Pushkin Preeti Verma Lal is a writer-photographer based in Goa For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: August 3 2016 7:28 pm Tim Cook has shared Apple Inc’s future plans for India and spoke ofpossibilities of manufacturing and retailing in India Top News Apple CEO Tim Cook during his visit met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and spoke of possibilities of manufacturing but the company has not submitted any proposal with the IT Ministry to set up its plant in India Parliament was informed today Cook visited Hyderabad on May 20 to launch the technology centre relating to their maps division in presence of Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandrashekar Rao Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology P P Chaudhary said in a reply to the Lok Sabha “He also called on the Prime Minister on May 21 2016 He shared Apple Inc’s future plans for India and spoke of possibilities of manufacturing and retailing in India There is no proposal with this ministry from Apple Inc to set up a manufacturing unit in the country” Chaudhary said After meeting senior officials from manufacturing giant Foxconn partner of Apple the then telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in May had said the Cupertino-based technology major was coming to manufacture iPhones in India Apple has been lobbying hard for exemption from the mandatory 30 per cent local sourcing on the ground that its products have such high-end technology that these cannot be sourced locally here The government in June relaxed FDI norms by giving a three-year exemption from local sourcing to foreign players in single-brand retail and a further five-year relaxation for state-of-the-art’ and ‘cutting-edge’ technology Apple recently announced its Q2 results with revenue of $506 billion a decline of 9 per cent over previous quarter However India was a bright spot for the company with over 56 per cent increase in iPhone sales Written with inputs from PTI For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: January 31 2010 4:48 pm Related News Researchers have busted the myth that too much support is good for a relationship Experts at University of Iowa found that being extra supportive or giving the wrong kind of support may actually backfire Erika Lawrenceassociate professor of psychology in the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciencessaid: “The idea that simply being more supportive is better for your marriage is a myth Often husbands and wives think”If my partner really knows me and loves mehe or she will know I’m upset and will know how to help me” “Howeverthat’s not the best way to approach your marriage Your partner shouldn’t have to be a mind reader Couples will be happier if they learn how to say”This is how I’m feelingand this is how you can help me”” Lawrence and colleagues found that receiving more support than desired posed a greater risk factor for marital decline She said: “If you don’t get enough supportyou can make up for that with family and friends — especially womenwho tend to have multiple sources of support When you receive too much supportthere’s no way to adjust for that” The paperpublished in the Journal of Family Psychologywas co-authored by Rebecca L Brocka UI graduate student in psychology A related study showed that it was important for men that their wives provide the right kind of supportemotionalinformationaltangible or esteem as needed while wives considered their husbands efforts to be supportive more significant Lawrence said: “The assumption is that men just want to be left alone and women want to be held and listened to In realitydifferent men want different kinds of supportand different women want different kinds of support” The paper was published in the journal Personal Relationships Lawrence was the lead authorwith co-authors from the University of IowaCIGNA Health SolutionsSanta Clara Universitythe University of CaliforniaSan Franciscoand the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: September 23 2014 12:29 am Related News Ajit Singh has promised to move out of his Lutyens bungalow this week and Delhi’s most dramatic property dispute is hopefully drawing to a close But the demand for a memorial to his father Chaudhary Charan Singh right there refuses to go away The political compulsions for that are obvious Its career so far suggests that the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) is a plug-and-play outfit that has made alliances across the political spectrum apparently in return for a foothold in government or a cabinet berth But now the Modi government which has a comfortable majority appears to have sent Ajit Singh to the discount shelves Hence the suddenly loud clamour for a memorial to Charan Singh from whom he had inherited both the bungalow and his political patrimony The political-electoral marginalisation of Ajit Singh is due to his failure to develop on his inheritance — the consolidated Jat vote built on ethnic pride and the former prime minister’s sensitivity to agrarian issues Memorialising his father would appear to be a neat way to guilt-trip the old flock But a memorial to Charan Singh should be in Baghpat not Delhi Babu Jagjivan Ram should be memorialised in Sasaram not on Krishna Menon Marg The Lutyens Bungalow Zone barely has room for the living and the dead simply must not encroach Indeed a cabinet note of the Vajpayee government had suggested barring memorials from the area MPs can be tenants from hell and separating them from their bungalows sometimes requires surgical intervention But Ajit Singh’s case is still eye-catching He had not deigned to respond to the government’s eviction notice A police party was sent packing by his supporters And when the authorities turned off the water supply to the bungalow Ajit Singh’s supporters tried by means of a violent agitation to cut off the capital’s water supply from the Ganges canal This bizarre attempt only draws attention to their irrelevance and desperation Communal violence in UP has fractured the Jat-Muslim vote base of the RLD and it seems to be going out of business In this condition the party hopes that a memorial may yet rekindle old loyalties But it would do better to spare overcrowded Delhi and turn its gaze to the vast open spaces of Baghpat For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: March 24 2013 3:01 am Related News NaMo and NiKu Just as Narendra Modi has come to be known as NaMoNitish Kumars short form is now NiKu BJP president Rajnath Singh has entrusted Arun Jaitley with the Herculean task of trying to bring about a rapprochement between NaMo and NiKu Even the RSS realises the importance of Nitish remaining in the NDA fold and is aware that the Congress is making overtures to the Bihar Chief Minister Last Sundayafter his rally in Delhi demanding special status for BiharNitish went to Jaitleys house for dinner The two share a warm relationship going back to the JP movement On Mondaythe two made a joint appearance in Parliaments Central Hall At the recent executive meeting of the Bihar BJPJaitley was sent instead of Ananth Kumar Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modiwho in the past shied away from talking publicly about the Gujarat Chief Ministervoiced his support for Modi as a potential prime ministerial candidate conveying to Nitish that Modis projection as PM by the BJP was inevitable According to BJP sourcesModi cancelled his meeting in Mumbai on Sunday as a courtesy to Nitish as it was scheduled for the same day as Nitishs Delhi rally Modi has also decided not to hold any meeting in Bihar for now Sibal now lyricist Ever since he lost his HRD portfolioMinister of Communications Kapil Sibal finds himself at a bit of a loose end He used to write poetry on his cellphone as a hobby Now he has started writing lyrics and his words are being put to music One of Sibals songs was in the movie Bandook Sufi singer Zila Khan first suggested to Sibal that he get his poetry translated to Urdu and sent the text to Jamia Millia University for translation The songs were received enthusiastically and Sibal now writes lyrics for his songs in Hindi on his own and has produced around 100 songs He is thinking of releasing a CD Last week Sibal played recordings of his songs for a group of journalists on his iPad It was a wide rangefrom an ode to his father to romantic melodies and Sufi music Reluctant host Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashrafs visit to Ajmer to offer prayers at the shrine proved controversial The Ajmer Sharif spiritual head boycotted Ashrafs visit in protest over the brutal slaying of two Indian soldiers at the Kashmir border and the Pakistan armys failure to return the head of a killed soldier There was a black flag demonstration and the top brass of the Rajasthan government kept away as the Pakistan PMs visit was a private one Only Minister of External Affairs Salman Khurshid hosted a lunch in his honour Khurshid was reportedly not in favour of extending hospitality but he was instructed to do so by the Prime Minister It appears that Manmohan Singh has a soft spot for Ashraf since both are originally from the same region in Pakistan Child marriage deters rape Lalu Prasad Yadav has an unusual explanation for why there are more rapes today than in the past He feels that in the old dayschild marriage was a deterrent to would be rapists Girls and boys were married off young and the girl remained with her family till she reached puberty No person dared to try and tease or molest her because the honour of the whole village was involved A potential molester or rapist would have been beaten to pulp and not allowed to step into the village again Though he himself was married to Rabri Devi at a very young ageLalu adds that he is not advocating child marriage He is only commenting on a sociological fact Timely presentation Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy had a problem selecting the timing for presenting the state budget on Monday morning Astrologers had warned that there was an inauspicious rahu kalam from 730 am to 9 am and the period from 1030 am to noon was also unlucky The astrologers felt the best timing for presenting the budget was exactly 1024 am The assembly Speaker and the Chief Minister met the governor to work out the details The traffic police were instructed to ensure that the governors car had a smooth run to the Assembly and there were no traffic jams along the way which could delay the proceedings CM out of loop Last monthRahul Gandhi paid a visit to Mumbai to get inputs on Maharashtras Assembly and parliamentary constituencies The district-level committees were called to discuss the key issues in the state along with elected representatives HoweverMaharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavanparty general secretary in charge of Maharashtra Mohan Prakash and the state PCC chief were made to wait outside the meeting room and were not privy to the discussions For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News (Source: AP) Related News By: Tarini Unnikrishnan Growing up in India, added Pannu. He was not referring to speeches on the floor of the House, (Source: Express photo by Naveed Iqbal) Top News Smoking a hookah and leafing through pages of a diary he’s maintained over the last two-and-a-half-years, (Source: AP File photo) Top News Pakistan have ignored experienced?000 people working in the industry.
but in honesty would say the question remains.