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No one’s got a photo of us yet. many lifeguards say that equipment is provided to them only on high-tide days and on weekends during the four months of monsoon every year. Shesha and their companions go to Shivangi’s room and Yamini knocks the door and asks her to come out but Shivangi gets confused and thinks of the Shivanya’s swear. through video-conference, Dickwella went on to register his second hundred on the trot of the series while Gunathilaka was dismissed for 87. Saying that the support of fans helped them, but then it was neither the length nor did he possess the wrists of VVS. Trapped in the same tight spot, consumers in the country would gain and greater competition will make the industry healthier in the long run. 2017 4:35 am Top News The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) made its entry into city politics after one of its candidate was elected a corporator in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) elections in February.

She’s an icon. Experts and environmentalists attributed the latest spell of landslides to illegal mining in hills which exposed them to quick erosion during rains.The three southeastern hill districts of Ragamati Bandarban and Khagrachhari known as Chittagong hill tracts received over 300mm of rainfall in the 24 hours till yesterday Meteorologists said the port city of Chittagong alone experienced 222 mm of rainfall during the same period calling the huge quantum of downpour in such a short time to be unusual?AIWC-Chennai.but if you are not,its interventions have been minimal.based on which our team laid a trap and Rajesh was arrested. Rajeshan MBA student from Jhajjaris a member of Sandeep Chitanias gangwhich carries out abductions extort money Rajesh told police that he had opened a training institute called Megamind Institute Financial Market Private Limited in Sector-14Gurgaon for corporates During questioningpolice found that on March 3Sandeep Chitania had hatched a conspiracy to extort huge amount of money from a big builder and Rajesh was part of the plan Chitania called the builder and his son to Rajeshs institute office on the pretext of discussing property deals Sandeep then demanded Rs 20 crore from the builder To secure the amount Chitania and his associates abducted the builders son and took him to Haryana When Rajesh and Pradeepa sharp shooter from the gangwent to the builders GK-I residence to receive the ransom amountthey were intercepted by Haryana Police While one of the gang members was arrestedRajesh managed to escape After thathe was arrested today? Ishank Jaggi Just before the Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Aaron insists on having added a few skills to his T20 repertoire. PV Sidhu," he said.

Today there’s no signboard,” Maybe what was truly intoxicating was the view. The reason we lost the game is because we got out for 183 in the first innings, Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi./i> [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSenior BJP leader and former Union minister Subramanian Swamy is confident of a positive verdict from the Supreme Court on the Ram Janmabhoomi case and is hopeful that the construction of Ram Mandir would begin in Ayodhya by year-end In a conversation with Firstpost after his address at Deendayal Research Institute at Jhandewalan on Saturday evening the maverick politician and one of the most vocal proponents of Hindu nationalism Swamy shared how he plans to go about the issue and why it is important for the country Excerpts: How do you see the Ram Mandir becoming a reality We’ll wait for the Supreme Court’s verdict I’m confident that the apex court will give a favourable judgment And if it happens by the end of the year construction of a Ram Temple will begin with mutual consent I’ve filed a writ petition seeking day-to-day hearing of petitions in the Supreme Court Our case is very strong and even the Allahabad High Court had supported our stand based on the evidence presented by us The historical archeological and epigraphy-based evidences have shown that there existed a temple beneath the Babri mosque Subramanian Swamy File photo PTI According to Hindu scripture and the present law a Praan-Pratisthit Vigraha (deity) is a living entity and a deity (Ramlala) can hold the property so all the property vests with the presiding deity and Ram is the owner Nobody can have adverse possession over it The Muslim Scriptures and Law lay down that no Wakf can be created on another’s property The Sunni Waqf Board was in adverse possession of this property The emperor Babar owned no land on this soil Do you think the Muslim leaders will agree to it The Muslim leaders have said that they would accept the Supreme Court’s verdict I don’t want to do it forcibly I had discussions with AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi Syed Shahabuddin and other Muslim leaders They also want day-to-day hearing Earlier I had taken up the issue for negotiation with Shahabuddin who was heading the other side But the government fell and so I could not complete the process During Narsimha Rao’s government in 1994 the Supreme Court had asked the government to take a stand on Ram Janmabhoomi issue The government gave an affidavit in the court which stated that if a pre-existing temple was found beneath the mosque the Hindus would keep this land for temple construction And across Saryu river Muslims would built a mosque No mosque will be allowed to be built in Ram Janmabhoomi Is it practically possible to shift/construct mosque across the Saryu river Even in Islamic countries like in Saudi Arabia an important heritage mosque was demolished to give way for the construction of a project An alternative plot was given and it was built at some other site According to Islam a mosque is a facilitating centre for offering Namaz where people gather and read It’s a kind of prayer hall unlike the way a temple is If Muslims agree to it Hindus will join in the construction of the mosque Considering the present turmoil in the country don’t you think construction of Ram Mandir and shifting of mosque would escalate it As I’ve mentioned all Muslim leaders have said that they would accept Supreme Court’s verdict on this issue As far as extremist elements are concerned they can be dealt with Is the issue only restricted to the Ram Mandir or does it extend beyond it During the 800 years of Muslim rule some 40000-odd temples were demolished in the country We’ve asked for three – Sri Ram temple in Ayodhya Krishna temple in Mathura and Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi If Muslims agree to give us these three temples they can keep the rest 39997 mosques As per news reports the arrival of stones to Ayodhya from other states has triggered panic among the locals Is there any tension brewing there No there’s no tension and it (arrival of stones) has been taking place for quite some time People know well that without the Supreme Court’s ruling construction won’t begin Finally do you think people are still interested in the construction of Ram Mandir There is a public demand for building the Ram Temple This is not the only project that I’ve been pursuing Earlier I’ve taken up several projects including religious ones On the issue of Ram Temple people are very much concerned They came and told me to pursue it in the manner I did on Ram Setu which was a big success The Ram temple will become a reality There is a famous Zen koan: “Why did Bodhidharma go East” In the manner of Zen koans – a koan is a kind of paradoxical statement or question that enables a new insight – there is no (correct) answer but you are expected to meditate on it to see the insights behind the obvious superficial facts The facts are that indeed a monk named Bodhidharma (some say a Pallava prince from Kanchipuram who he trained in Kalari Payat and who had embarked from Kodungalloor/Muziris circa 400 CE) did go East and taught Han monks at Shaolin in China unarmed combat (whence kung-fu) But that’s not the point What was behind Bodhidharma’s trip He not only took Kalari Payat and its science of pressure points but he also later invented Zen Buddhism itself in Japan where he is respected as Daruma – the preceptor So you could say on some level that he was a grand ambassador for Indic heritage including Buddhism and Kalari (and some say the tea plant as well) Yoga enthusiasts perform at Rajpath New Delhi on International Yoga Day PTI I was struck by the irony in that on #InternationalYogaDay Sonia Gandhi Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were all out of India I heard they were abroad for a family function So following on the Zen koan I ask: “Why did Sonia Gandhi go West” Unlike Bodhidharma I don’t think she went to take the message of Indic heritage to the West although I may be mistaken Her family has a business dealing in Indian antiques in Turino I am told So what was the point of the trip The obvious answer is that they would feel uncomfortable in India when the Yoga Day hoopla would be running 24×7 on TV because the Congress party was officially semi-boycotting it It was a great marketing event and propaganda and soft power for India and also let’s face it for the BJP and PM Narendra Modi himself And the Nehru dynasty people after having made the decision to boycott Yoga Day would have felt awkward to hang around in India They have shown themselves to be graceless and churlish on occasion but we’ll let that pass This dichotomy extends to other @IncIndia people too Poor Shashi Tharoor appears to be on the horns of a dilemma: on the one hand he does believe yoga is a good thing but I suspect he has been ordered by his party to ignore it I started a thread saying that he was hurting his personal standing by ignoring #YogaDay and he responded to Mohandas Pai who chided him with this tweet: “With respect I’ve been citing yoga in my “soft- power” speeches for more than a decade” Basically Shashi is saying something that’s as plain as day to most of us: yoga gives India soft power But with his party’s ‘High Command’ taking the stand that #YogaDay was inappropriate Shashi is essentially admitting that he’s torn between two pressures – in other words under two flags Under Two Flags That was the name of a rather forgettable Victorian romance novel from the 1860s but a lot of us suffer from those conflicting loyalties Jews have famously used passports as flags of convenience always swearing through their troubled times that they would meet “next year in Jerusalem” their imagined homeland I think a lot of Indians in the diaspora carry other passports but in their hearts they feel very Indian I wonder if Sonia Gandhi similarly feels subject to two different pulls: one from the Italian past of her formative years and the other acquired via marriage Most of us are prisoners of childhood experiences because what we experienced then takes on a roseate glow in our memories I have read a couple of absolutely stunning books by adults looking back at their childhood The first by Marcel Pagnol a French writer and filmmaker: “The days were too short” from which he made two beautiful films too: “My mother’s castle” and “My father’s glory” about his childhood summers spent in rural France The other is SK Pottekkat’s autobiographical novel “Oru desathinte katha” (The story of a land) Pottekkat won the Jnanpith and this book was cited though he was known for his travelogues This portrait of his youth in Kozhikode including his gang of friends “the supper circuit sangham” and the beautiful but doomed Narayani remains fresh in my memory although I read it as a teenager myself years ago These tales affect you in an emotive way because we are sentimental about our childhoods and so I would not blame Sonia Gandhi for being attached to her Italian-ness; and perhaps she has conveyed a bit of that to her children as well But that is no reason why pucca desi Congresswallahs should pine for “cooler climes” as Hari Kumar does in “The Raj Quartet” unless it’s an acquired second-hand taste In a sense Narendra Modi is presenting Sonia Gandhi and the Congress with an “unbearable lightness of being” (apologies to Milan Kundera) He is one by one plucking away the stalwarts of the Congress and making them his own – Sardar Patel BR Ambedkar – and he’s also appropriating the cultural memes – ayurveda now yoga In the end the Congress will be left with nothing to call its own The essential hollowness of the Congress is being exposed ruthlessly: their empty sloganeering about socialism (which nobody cares about any more) and secularism (which is another word for apartheid against Hindus) are now putting in doubt the very existence of the party Like the Communists who are facing oblivion the Congress is facing irrelevance in 21st century India Most companies have a shelf life of a few years as their raison d’etre disappears: we see this in the relentless Schumpeterian turmoil in Silicon Valley The Congress has been around for some 125 years The flight of the Gandhi family suggests it’s now reached obsolescence only it doesn’t know it yet Microsoft struggling with an old business model can sympathize New Delhi: The landmark verdict of the Supreme Court declaring Right to Privacy as a fundamental right was on Thursday welcomed by jurists and senior advocates who termed it as "progressive" and it was "a basic right" Representational image Reuters They however said the verdict’s impact on Aadhaar scheme can be assessed once the full judgement and reasons given by the court are examined Lauding the unanimous verdict of the nine-judge bench senior advocate Soli Sorabjee said it showed the "good approach" of the Supreme Court which does not hesitate in over-ruling its previous judgements The former attorney general said "it is a very progressive judgement and protects the fundamental rights of the people Privacy is a basic right which is inherent in every individual" "The unanimity of the bench in giving this decision shows a very good approach of the Supreme Court Any judgement which enlarges the fundamental rights of the people should be welcome" he added Expressing hope that the citizens of India would now be protected from any kind of snooping senior advocate Indira Jaising said "It is a day to celebrate" "Privacy is fundamental It certainly has an impact on the day-to-day life This verdict prevents any kind of snooping" she said On being asked about its impact on Aadhaar Sorabjee said the reasoning of the apex court needs to be examined and one cannot say that Aadhaar will now be banned "You cannot make a blanket and categorical statement that Aaadhaar will be banned or is unconstitutional No fundamental right is absolute It is always subject to reasonable restrictions" Sorabjee said Jaising too said what impact it will have on Aadhaar was a separate issue but privacy cannot be compromised after this verdict Welcoming the decision BJP spokesperson and senior advocate Aman Sinha termed it a "good verdict" but with reasonable restrictions "We welcome this judgement This is a good verdict The Supreme Court has declared the Right to Privacy under Article 21 of the Constitution But like other Fundamental Rights this is also subject to reasonable restrictions We are awaiting the full judgement" Sinha said In a decision that will affect the lives of all Indians the Supreme Court today unanimously declared that the right to privacy was a Fundamental right under the Constitution A nine-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar ruled that "right to privacy is an intrinsic part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty under Article 21 and entire Part III of the Constitution" Click here for LIVE updates on the Supreme Court verdict By: Editorial | Published: August 17 2016 12:05 am Top News The FIR filed by Karnataka police against Amnesty International is based on a misreading of the sedition law and smacks of harassment The Supreme Court has clarified that words and speech can amount to sedition only when an incitement to imminent violence is involved The case in question involves a meeting organised by Amnesty in Bangalore where those described as victims ofhuman rights violations by the state in Jammu and Kashmir spoke about their experiences At the end of the meeting a few persons allegedly raised slogans which activists of the ABVP found objectionable Amnesty has clarified since that all necessary permissions had been taken for the meeting and that neither its employees nor the persons accused by the ABVP had raised any “seditious” slogans It is an absurd overreading of the sedition law to book in a blanket manner an entire institution for controversial slogans raised by individuals The legality of the FIR apart there is cause for concern when the bogey of anti-nationalism is immediately brought out in the face of any criticism of the state The Indian sedition law has a colonial legacy and was wielded by the British administration to target those who questioned the Empire in India The colonial administration found the law helpful to mask the illegitimacy of its rule India’s democracy is robust enough to absorb criticism and there is no reason for its custodians to panic if a few students or activists raise anti-India slogans In its best version the Indian republic has shown willingness to face scrutiny by its citizens and to accommodate dissent The increasing tendency to invoke the sedition law against activists reveals on the other hand shines the light on a state that is becoming intolerant and insecure The law also seems to have become a convenient instrument for those in office to harass political and ideological opponents and suppress inconvenient speech The onus is now on the Congress which is in government in Karnataka During its long years in office at the Centre the party has been guilty of building and maintaining the legal architecture that helps curb and curtail the individual’s freedom of expression Now the Amnesty case offers it an opportunity to atone for its past record on free speech For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ila Patnaik | Updated: January 9 2014 10:40 pm Related News Food inflation owes largely to agricultural markets being regulated by outdated laws The RBI governorRaghuram Rajanhas a difficult task this week He has to decide whether to keep interest rates constant or raise them bearing in mind the possible taper of the US Feds bond buying programmea decline in industrial production and a rise in inflation The sharp increase in consumer price-based inflationto more than 11 per centhas significantly added to the RBIs headache The increase in inflation is mainly due to the nearly 15 per cent increase in food prices This has been led by a 61 per cent increase in the price of vegetables There are structural problems in agricultural marketswhich continue to be regulated by old laws and require licences Entry into these markets is not free and they remain uncompetitive The rising demand for food has been met not by an increased supply but by a rise in prices instead The demand for vegetablesmeatmilkfish and other food items has been rising with rapid GDP growth and a rise in incomes Rural demand has increased since 2008 as a result of the MGNREGA and rising rural wages As income levels increasethe first change in peoples consumption basket is in food items Indian households start consuming more high protein products and fresh vegetables This phenomenon is discernible in household consumption data The share of cereals in total food consumption has declined as incomes have increased At the same timeafter the global financial crisisworld commodity price inflation has decreased Inflation in tradablesmainly manufactured goodshas been low Consequentlyhouseholds have to spend a smaller share of their income on non-food items Relatively cheaper non-food items means that the share of disposable income available for the purchase of food has gone up This has further increased the demand for food As we knowIndian agriculture is entirely private If there was free entry into markets and they were competitivewe could expect a better supply response to the increase in demand In cerealssome of the food inflation is due to higher minimum support prices MSPs have risen faster than before because the export of cereals is now allowed andsince 2011world prices are taken into account in their determination But this does not explain the rise in the prices of vegetablesmeatetcwhich are outside the purview of MSPs A second explanation is that the MSP system for cereals creates a pro-cereal bias in policy and production The price system as well as the subsidies for inputs focus on cereals This reduces the relative risk of growing them Even though the price for non-cereals cash cropsvegetablesetc may be highertheir risk-adjusted returns are lower A third explanation often heard for the high food inflation is hoarding It is argued that traders hoard food to push up prices But this only explains the rise in the prices of non-perishables Products like meat and fishwhose prices have also been risingcannot be stored without cold storage facilities They are more likely to go bad than see an increase in prices if they are hoarded Alsohoarding may cause some price volatility but it cannot explain the persistently high inflation for five to seven years in a row The lack of a supply response can also be explained by the absence of free and competitive marketsand by laws that do not allow a customer to buy directly from the farmer without a licenced mandi trader as the go-between On one handthe Essential Commodities Act does not allow private persons to hold inventories of agricultural goods that are on the list of essential commodities because it assumes traders are speculatorsblack-marketeers and hoarders On the otherthe agricultural produce marketing committee acts do not allow people to transact without them The APMC acts were created in the Sixties and Seventies by various states to promote agricultural marketing But these and the Essential Commodities Act created several barriers to the development of free and competitive agricultural markets A licence for trade in agricultural products requires owning a shop/ godown This has led to the monopoly of licenced traders It is a major entry barrier for new entrepreneurs whoattracted by the high returnsmay want to enter the market But the licensing system prevents entry and thus competition Some market yards were established many years ago and these do not have the space for the construction of new shops and godowns No new licences are available in such a situation Traderscommission agents and other functionaries organise themselves into associationswhich generally do not easily allow the entry of new players The law hinders both food processing and direct organised retail tie-ups with farmers Though the question of agricultural marketing reform has been under discussion for nearly a decadeno action has been taken In 2003the Central governmentafter holding consultations with state governmentsand trade and industry representativesformulated a model APMC act This was circulated among the states But until January 2013only 16 states had amended their actsand only six had notified the amended rules The lack of cold storage capacities and strong supply chains are a serious cause for concern To be rectifiedinvestment is required But the inadequacy of public infrastructure such as roadspower supplyetc constrain profitable investment The thousands of crores that are spent on food storage in India actually go towards storing cereals and building warehouses for the Food Corporation of India or for the public distribution system Even according to the most lenient estimatesthe leakages here are more than 50 per cent Central legislation dealing with essential commodities has been liberalised to remove the controls on the movementstorage and marketing of agricultural goods and abolish the licensing system The number of commodities covered under the act has been reduced from 54 to seven Howeverin order to contain the inflationary pressure on the prices of essential commoditiesthe government has been imposing stock limits on paddyricepulsessugaredible oilsedible oil seeds as and when required At timesas we saw recentlywhen Mamata Banerjee announced restrictions on the trade of potatoeseven state governments have been imposing restrictions The ad-hoc approach to the imposition of controls on stock limits and the movement of produce goes against the spirit of reformsand hinders investment and free trade in the country The writerRBI Chair Professor at the NIPFPDelhiis a consulting editor for The Indian Express and non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agarima Mishra | Pune | Published: August 18 2017 6:37 am The two cyclists were accompanied by the crew in two vehicles The crew managed everything from logistics and navigation to cooking cleaning and feeding the racers Express Related News Team Inspire India cyclists Lt-Col Bharat Pannu and Darshan Dubey successfully completed the prestigious Race Around Austria (RAA) in under 100 hours recently while the cutoff was 108 hours The two Indian cyclists were supported by a seven-member crew that included three Puneites — Chaitanya Velhal (team coach) Divya Tate (crew chief) and Monish Deshmukh The race strategy and logistics were managed by Tate and Velhal The other crew members were Sanjay Mokal Vamseedhar Bezawada Rutwik Mulay and Daniel Schneider While Lt-Col Pannu is from Haryana Dubey is from Bangalore Interestingly to prepare for the race Lt-Col Pannu and Dubey did two simulation rides from Pune The training routes designed by Tate covered Lavasa Khandala and Mahabaleshwar RAA is a 2200-km race in the Alps going up to almost 27000 metres of elevation It flagged off on August 9 and Team Inspire India team finished on August 13 with a timing of 4 days 3 hours and 53 minutes RAA is regarded to be the toughest endurance bike race in Europe It came into inception in August 2008 The race has also become the qualifying race for Race Across America (RAAM) since 2010 The race starts from St Georgen in Attergau from an elevation of 1400 feet and covers nine major peaks in the Alps mountain range the highest being the Grossglockner at a height of 13800 feet The two cyclists were accompanied by the crew in two vehicles The crew managed everything from logistics and navigation to cooking cleaning and feeding the racers — and all this is done without much sleep and on the move The racers did relays (took turns riding) of 40 minutes each except at night when each rode for 2 hours to allow the other to sleep during that time “Inspire India was founded with an aim to inspire more and more Indians to take to cycling and experience a transformation of themselves the environment and society through cycling and this event has been a great success I’m certain we will see a lot more Indians take to cycling in India and succeed in events abroad” Tate said “The success of my trainees is a prime example of how the right kind of training and commitment to a goal can help athletes achieve the impossible I’m very proud of having been a part of this successful race” Velhal said Members said the first two days were very hot but with storms accompanied by hail severe winds lightning and thunder on the first two nights On one occasion the weather conditions were so bad Bharat just could not continue and had to stop for almost 30 minutes for the storm to weaken Mountain climbs included the famous Grossglockner mountain pass the highest motorable pass in Austria at 2500 metres The cyclists climbed it on the third evening in cold and tough conditions with ice on the sides of the road The duo was however excited to be riding in picture perfect Alpine terrain Having successfully completed the race Dubey said “We have had a very enriching experience at RAA We received so much hospitality and encouragement from people here The best part of reaching the finish line was to see huge support for India” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: August 23 2017 11:55 am Agnieszka Radwanska advanced to the quarters in Connecticut – a week before US Open (Source: AP) Related News Top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska survived a second-set comeback bid from Eugenie Bouchard to advance to the quarterfinals of the Connecticut Open on Tuesday The 10th-ranked Radwanska who won the title in New Haven last year defeated Bouchard 6-3 7-5 in 1 hour 45 minutes The Polish veteran is 4-0 in her career against the Canadian who needed a wild card to enter the tournament Bouchard fought off two match points but was broken while serving to force a tiebreak “I expected this kind of match” Radwanska said “I think she seems better now than a few months ago playing more consistent “I’m feeling much better than in the beginning of the year I’m not struggling with my health anymore so I feel strong I feel better and more confident on court as well so that is helping” Also advancing were Australia’s Daria Gavrilova who needed 2 hours 12 minutes to defeat Timea Babos of Hungary 7-5 7-6 (6) and Elise Mertens of Belgium a straight-sets winner over Russia’s Daria Kasatkina No 8 seed Peng Shuai of China eliminated Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia with a 6-2 6-3 victory and Spain’s Carla Suarez Navarro moved into the second round when Slovakia’s Jana Cepelova retired in the second set of their match The Connecticut Open is the final women’s tuneup for the US Open which begins on Monday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsI always execute an unarticulated responsibility of creating passion among my large circle of manager friends.50 am. and had tried to snatch a gold chain from Sangeeta on the afternoon she was murdered. Both the PlayStation models will be compatible with the Sony Playstation VR headset that will start shipping on October 13. So what are these arms kept for?com/rpXTV8uDz5 — BCCI (@BCCI) 7 September 2016 Ojha went wicket-less in the first innings before taking three in the second innings of India Blue which ended at 288 in 66.

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