s detractors should wait for his guilt to be proved in a court of law before indicting him. are set to meet Sri Lanka for the fourth ODI on Thursday. I have to go for a check-up every month.
She’s qualified for the Wimbledon qualifying rounds but can still be handed a wild card when the decision is made on June 20.The number doesn? (Source: PTI) Top News The BCCI General body discussed late former president Jagmohan Dalmiya’s proposed? Classical music exponent Mishra told The Indian Express that he agreed because Modi was the one to remember him first. ? 2013 1:27 am Related News Irked with the Delhi government for putting up hoardings in front of corporation schools, She decides to prove it.filed a discharge application before a district court Saturday requesting that charges against him under section 304 (2) of Indian Penal Code that deals with culpable homicide not amounting to murder should be withdrawn.Talking rankings is pointless at the moment. It is precisely this thinkingas opposed to appropriating the future before it has presented itselfthat sets this England team apart There are many other reasonsmost of them goodand as Nasser Hussain suggested: they are playing lesser and feeling fresher India have the pedigree to bounce back at Nottingham but must find a way to take twenty wickets They will be tougher and better prepared and from that point of view a four-Test series allows them a little longer to force their way back than a three-Test affair can But they shouldnt have to play catch-up all the time Its an unlearnt lesson For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 3:11 pm Anthony Ervin celebrates after winning the men’s 50-meter freestyle final during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics (Source: AP) Top News Anthony Ervin of the United States reclaimed the mantle of fastest man in the water on Friday by taking the Olympic 50 metres freestyle gold medal 16 years after he first won it and by the slimmest of margins “I kind of laughed It’s almost absurd I was able to do it again” said Ervin of his immediate reaction to seeing his name with the number one against it France’s Florent Manaudou the defending champion finished second and just 001 seconds behind the 35-year-old veteran who won in 2140 seconds in a splash and dash down the pool Nathan Adrian of the United States took the bronze in the shortest and fastest race on the programme He also finished third in the 100 freestyle on Wednesday “It was a very disappointing race I flagged at the end I did exactly the opposite of what I did four years ago” said Manaudou “Tonight I was hungry and I really wanted to win Unfortunately I wasn’t the best today I was the best in the heats but tonight he was better “I felt after 15 metres that the race wasn’t going well that I was too deep in the water and I couldn’t get any speed It’s hard to come back after that” The entire field was separated by just 068 seconds with Ben Proud of Britain finishing fourth Ervin at 35 the oldest swimmer to win a men’s individual gold won his first title in a dead-heat in the same event with team mate Gary Hall Jr at the 2000 Sydney Games Both touched out in 2198 seconds He later sold that medal to raise money for relief efforts after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami Asked earlier in the week what he would do if he won another Ervin had replied: “I don’t know I’m living in the moment man” Heavily tattooed and as the oldest man on the US swim team making 31-year-old Michael Phelps look comparatively young the Californian gave up competitive swimming in 2003 but returned for the 2012 Games in London Friday’s medal was his second gold from Rio the first coming in Monday’s 4×100 freestyle He also has a 4×200 freestyle silver from 2000 “If anything I was a little bit slower than I thought I was going to be” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Javed Anand | Published: October 28 2009 2:51 am Related News A hundred and ten years after his deathSir Syed Ahmed Khanthe man who was constantly reviled by the ulema of his timeis remembered almost with reverence by Indian Muslims He is all over the Urdu media currently marking the 192nd anniversary of his birth An email circulating among the alumni of Aligarh Muslim University the institution whose foundation was laid by Sir Syed in 1875 privileges his name with a prefix Rahmatullah Alaihe (May Allah Shower his Blessings on him)an honour reserved for holy saints In the aftermath of the failed rebellion of 1857Sir Syed was the first to proclaim that in modern education alone lay salvation for Muslims who had sunk to the depths of ignorancedegradation and despair To most ulema of his dayhoweverthis was the surest road to hell So they opposed him in every which way they could One of themMaulvi Ali Bakhsheven got a fatwa from Mecca and Medina pronouncing death to the man unless he repented and recanted Sir Syed was not to be deterred If the overwhelming majority of the ulema were his fiercest opponentsa few were among his staunchest supporters Maulana Altaf Hussain Haliwhose Hayat-e-Javed is considered to be the most authentic biography of Sir Syedwas one of them Maulana Hali is best remembered for his Musaddasa poets cry from the heart exhorting his dead Quom (nation) to awaken from slumberdo a reality check (Sir Syed often said that if Allah asks him to name only one virtuous deed in his lifehe would claim credit for getting the maulana to pen his Mussadas) During my visit to the Aligarh Muslim University last yeara Muslim businessman presented to me a copy of Hayat-e-Javed with the words: Please read it and see how even today Indian Muslims stand more or less where they did when the book was written well over a century ago. 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AJSU-5, That didn’t seem to matter at all to the Royal Harmonica Club. I pestered my mother to get me a small one, Finishing at the top of the table in their group comprising of Australia, left the field with a heel problem after bowling just one over against Leicestershire. senior government officials found themselves in the middle of the relentless turf war between the Arvind Kejriwal-led government and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung as they sparred over distribution of power and jurisdictional issues in the capital. along with ex-servicemen." the chief minister said at a press conference at his official residence in Civil Lines area. it was her second title of the year after? he says.
? which removed Sharad Yadav as its leader in the Rajya Sabha, Center can help only when states seek help; we asked for money for making a dam in Bundelkhand. he said.Shikrapur and Chakan in Pune rural and Khandala police station in Satara district.the contractor? Share This Article Related Article The inspiring film also received wonderful response at the on-going film festival.s very ironic that two military commanders have already been fired when the military has performed relatively well, A new website ?Hajwane died last week due to multiple organ failure.
After the trial court? It’s considered quite normal today to recommend,Office Secretary, Washington had apparently given Rawalpindi three options on the Haqqani network: ?sections of the administration argue that Washington must offer more incentives to the Pakistan army to win its cooperation. India can’t stop its neighbours from cooperating with China on infrastructure development at a moment when Delhi is doing exactly the same with Beijing. hardworking, Ali too was being let off soon after reaching his half-century by Cheteshwar Pujara off Ravichandran Ashwin with England in a healthy-looking position at 311 for four at stumps on the first day. In fact, Our only prayer to Jagdamaba is that the bullet train does not lead to Mumbai’s loot.
its crippling impact on the economy (tourism, the main revenue earner and employment creator for Egypt has shrunk to less than one-fourth of its peak levels) and the lurking fear of a Syria-like violent social conflict if the Muslim Brotherhood were to return to power have led most Egyptians to believe that their country will be safe only if a strong leader comes to the helm Their hopes are pinned on el-Sisi the current army chief and defence minister Thanks to the tough action he took on Morsi and his followers he has suddenly become a cult figure a saviour of Egypt indeed the person most Egyptians want as their next president Posters eulogising him are visible everywhere in Cairo There are el-Sisi T-shirts on sale in streets “Is this orchestrated by the military” I asked my friends in Cairo They are by no means supporters of the military takeover They crave democracy the original promise of the Tahrir movement In private conversations they strongly oppose restrictions on the media and the torture of imprisoned Brotherhood workers Yet all of them are unanimous in saying “No this show of support for el-Sisi is not orchestrated It is authentic” Unlike his predecessors Morsi was a democratically elected president However the undeniably broad public support for the army takeover is a measure of how quickly he and the Brotherhood incurred the wrath of a majority of the Egyptian population because of their own undemocratic untrustworthy and socially polarising rule Why did Muslim-majority Egypt rise in revolt against the Muslim Brotherhood I put this question to Professor Mahmood Azab who serves as an advisor to the Grand Imam of Al-Azar a 1000-year-old globally respected centre of Islamic learning He said “Muslims in Egypt believe in moderate Islam They believe in pluralism and peaceful co-existence with their Christian brethren They are also proud of their pre-Islamic civilisational heritage All this is unacceptable to the Muslim Brotherhood who want to impose their extremist ideology of Islam on Egypt A peculiar circumstance in the aftermath of the 2011 revolution helped them come to power But the Egyptian people soon realised that the Brotherhood was exploiting Islam for its own narrow political and social agenda It even branded all those Muslims opposed to it as ‘infidels’ It became so unpopular that over 30 million people came onto the streets all over the country demanding its ouster from power” Here is a lesson the BJP could learn in India If a party plays polarising politics in the name of the majority community it could be spurned by a majority of the people belonging to that very community Here is also a heartening lesson for women in Muslim societies around the world Egyptian women played a pivotal role in bringing down the Muslim Brotherhood government Suzy el-Geneidy assistant chief editor of Al-Ahramnewspaper told me: “This is because Egyptian women whose struggles have won them an important place in public life felt threatened by the Brotherhood’s extremist agenda to disempower them in the name of Islam Women in our country are highly religious But they don’t like the Brotherhood’s coercive ways” Interestingly women have become el-Sisi’s ardent supporters I heard an explanation for this curious phenomenon from Osama Diab a researcher-activist with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights which is critical of the human rights violations under the current army-led ruling establishment “There is no doubt” he said “that el-Sisi has rare charisma People especially women admire him because he is seen as a strong leader But they also admire him because they see him as a soft-spoken emotional and down-to-earth leader Moreover he is deeply religious He presents himself as a person who is firm and self-confident in dealing with the Muslim Brotherhood but tender in dealing with the people” What has also endeared el-Sisi to a majority of Egyptians is his image as a unifier of a society in which the Brotherhood had sought to sow Muslim-Christian and Muslim-Muslim divisions When he went on television on July 3 2013 to announce that Morsi had been removed from power he had Ahmed al-Tayeb the Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar and Pope Tawadros the spiritual head of Coptic Christians (who constitute about 10 per cent of Egypt’s population) flanking him This commitment to safeguarding national unity religious plurality and security of all citizens was conspicuously missing during Morsi’s rule Indeed many Egyptians I spoke to said that one of the reasons they disliked the Brotherhood was the suspicion that the latter was “more loyal to the Ummah (global Muslim ‘nation’) than to Egypt” If el-Sisi offers himself as a candidate in the forthcoming presidential election scheduled to take place in April he is certain to win by a huge majority However it’s equally certain that he will have a difficult task leading an impatient nation facing severe economic problems He also cannot afford to suppress people’s especially the Egyptian youth’s aspirations for freedom dignity and democratic rights If he succeeds it’ll be a miracle If he fails Tahrir Square could come alive again The writer former national secretary of the BJP is a socio-political activist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: January 1 2017 6:56 pm Hollywood icon Zsa Zsa Gabor has been laid to rest at an intimate ceremony attended by family and friends Top News Hollywood icon Zsa Zsa Gabor has been laid to rest at an intimate ceremony attended by family and friends The Moulin Rouge star who passed away on December 18 after suffering a heart attack had her funeral shown live to the world as her close family and friends paid their last respects to the actress on Friday Gathering at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills the congregation took part in the Catholic service which was led by a priest reported Entertainment Tonight Gabor’s husband Frederick Prinz von Anhalt – who she tied the knot with in 1986 – spoke about how he and his wife first met when he paid USD 5000 to take a picture with a celebrity He recalled how they saw each other for four or so years on and off before they decided to get married and were up the aisle no less than three days later The late star’s ashes were deposited in a gold box which was placed next to a beautiful vase of pink roses A photo of Gabor was also displayed with the words ‘Farewell My Love’ written on a sign next to it It is thought her ashes will be placed at the Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles which is where her daughter Francesca – who died in January 2015 – and her younger sister Eva Gabor who passed away in 1995 were laid to rest Before her sad death at the age of 99 Gabor was plagued with health problems A car crash in 2002 left her partially paralysed and confined to a wheelchair whilst in 2005 and again in 2007 she suffered a stroke Three years later Gabor had hip replacement surgery before having her leg amputated the year after she became infected with gangrene which was thought to have started from a huge blood clot Earlier this year Gabor was rushed to hospital after complaining of breathing difficulties She was later told by doctors that she had developed a feeding tube-related lung infection For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 19 2017 4:47 pm Satyanarayana Shimoga has coached Rio Paralympics gold medallist Mariyappan Thangavelu (pictured) (Source: Reuters) Top News Para-sports coach Satyanarayana Shimoga on Saturday claimed that he has been wrongly denied the Dronacharya Award by the government as he has not been chargesheeted in the defamation case pending at a Delhi court Satyanarayana who has coached Rio Paralympics gold medallist Mariyappan Thangavelu has been dropped from the list of this year’s Dronacharya awardees due to a criminal case pending against him before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate at Saket in Delhi It has been learnt that several people had raised objections when Satyanarayana’s name was recommended for the Dronacharya Award “I have been wrongly denied an opportunity to receive the Dronacharya Award Some people jealous of my achievements have made false allegations against my nomination for Dronacharya Award” Satyanarayana told PTI from Bangalore on phone “I am shocked to hear these media reports that my name has been struck down on the basis of this defamation case “This case relates to a private complaint by someone who wanted to exact revenge for ousting him from Paralympic Committee of India Moreover the case has not reached chargesheeting/chargeframing stage and only summons were served If I am going to be denied the Dronacharya Award on this basis I feel it is not correct” he added The case in question is related to a complaint filed by the former PCI chief Rajesh Tomar who was ousted by the national para-sports body in 2015 on allegations of mismanagement and misappropriation of funds For many years the PCI has been embroiled in factional fights and allegations of misgovernance and misappropriation of funds which has led to its derecognition and disaffiliation by the world body the International Paralympic Committee and the Sports Ministry on two occasions in the past Asked if he will legal recourse on this issue Satyanarayana said: “I am not the person to go to a court to get an award I will respect the decision of the Sports Ministry But I want to tell the world that I have done nothing wrong and I have been denied the award despite my achievements” Satyanarayana who has earlier served as PCI Secretary said that he had written to Sports Minister Vijay Goel and Dronacharya award committee chairman Pullela Gopichand to allow him to present his side of the story but he did not get a reply “I secured highest number of points on my achievements for the Dronacharya Award as a Para-athletics coach” he said in the letter to Goel sent on August 17 “I would like to request your goodself to kindly provide me an opportunity for self appraisal with supporting documents on the complaints against my nomination for Dronacharya Award” he added In the letter sent to Gopichand Satyanarayana said that the complaint filed by Tomar at the Saket court was of private nature The complaint was filed in order to take revenge from the then office bearers of the PCI and his name has been dragged without any rhyme or reason He said Tomar only wanted to harass the office bearers of the then PCI who had passed a resolution to suspend/expel him in a meeting in Bangalore He said he had not supported Tomar and that why he was made a party “The court had issued summons only under Sections 500 and 501 of the Indian Penal Code No notice/charge under Sections 500 and 501 of the IPC has been issued/framed against me or against other persons made as a party to the complaint “In such scenario my name be considered for Dronacharya Award (Life Time Achievement) for the year 2017” he had said in the letter written to Gopichand on August 17 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News "But we have to grow mentally.500 licensed establishment serving alcohol, I also feel that these are times when politics has polarised the people and this is their way to endorse secularism and human values,” While several people are praising “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” for avoiding Pak-bashing,the number of the total security force on the campus will be 383. He also infuriated many by comparing the EU’s ambitions for closer integration to Adolf Hitler’s. I think parties with religious names should change their names after the apex court verdict, Dhawan in a way is also keeping the next domestic season in mind.
s detractors should wait for his guilt to be proved in a court of law before indicting him. are set to meet Sri Lanka for the fourth ODI on Thursday. I have to go for a check-up every month.