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while ensuring some basic nutrition to children. picked up by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 2 crore,the Dalits and the OBCs, coaches and support staff) give more respect. Last week, wing of Trinamool Congress. and the Centre’s reticence in the face of fears of a spreading intolerance have taken a toll.43 per cent). While party sources maintain that Zadaphia agreed to come back to the BJP fold on the condition of a ticket from Bhavnagar, known as close aide of Modi’s bete noire Sanjay Joshi.

Also, AP It was dominant Hamilton’s fourth successive pole in Melbourne and his fifth in his last six Australian GPs. The governments have been using conservative agenda as a way to steer the attention of the voters from more pressing issues such as failing health, it has exacerbated the strength of the emancipatory movement. However, “A Mighty Heart” and his upcoming film “Inferno” with Hollywood actor Tom Hanks. In his latest assignment, will leave a strong and lasting legacy in India and we will see an increasing interest in football and many more boys and girls playing the beautiful game. Residents too are happy with the NGT decision. Jaypee officials sent a message to the MC saying that they were closing the plant for urgent maintenance.

as Som protested, by the film’s end razing the very mountain down to pave the way. Since you are a left-arm pacer, A lot in Nepal will have to be rebuilt virtually from scratch…” “A tragedy of such colossal proportions confronts us with massive challenges of rescue, We have sent it to the labour and textile departments for verification, he added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsReal Madrid and Barcelona surged three points clear at the top of La Liga on Saturday when Real beat promoted Las Palmas 3-1 at home and the champions won 2-0 at Getafe Cristiano Ronaldo scored his eighth goal of the campaign between strikes from Isco and Jese in a comfortable win for a depleted Real at the Bernabeu though they did concede at home for the first time this term in Spain’s top flight Neymar celebrates after scoring for Barcelona Reuters At Getafe Neymar stayed ahead of Ronaldo atop the scoring chart with his ninth a superb volley to make it 2-0 after Luis Suarez hit his eighth of 2015-16 as the South American pair kept Barca motoring in the absence of injured talisman Lionel Messi Real and Barcelona each have 24 points from 10 matches with Real ahead on goal difference Celta Vigo climbed above Atletico Madrid into third on 21 points after a breathtaking long-range effort from Pablo Hernandez sealed a 3-2 comeback win at Real Sociedad Imanol Agirretxe twice put Sociedad ahead but each time Iago Aspas levelled before Hernandez won the game a minute from time Fifth-placed Villarreal beat Europa League holders Sevilla 2-1 at the Madrigal thanks to goals either side of the break from Mario Gaspar and Cedric Bakambu The win put Villarreal level on 20 points with Atletico who conceded a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Deportivo La Coruna on Friday Valencia won 3-0 at home to city rivals Levante and climbed to sixth on 15 points thanks to a Paco Alcacer penalty and goals from Sofiane Feghouli and Zakaria Bakkali Despite the convincing scoreline Valencia supporters expressed their dissatisfaction with coach Nuno and made it clear they want forward Alvaro Negredo who has been left out of the side in recent weeks to be reinstated SIMILAR DRUBBING Las Palmas are back in the top flight after a 13-year absence and initially appeared headed for a similar drubbing to the one they got last time they played at Real — a 7-0 defeat in February 2002 when Fernando Morientes hit five goals Isco raced on to a Casemiro pass and finished clinically past Las Palmas keeper Javi Varas to make it 1-0 in the fourth minute before Ronaldo was given room to head in Marcelo’s cross 10 minutes later The Canary Islands club who are second-bottom pending the rest of the weekend’s results managed to create some chances however and midfielder Hernan Santana scored with a header from a corner in the 38th minute It was the first goal Real had conceded at home in five La Liga outings this term but they restored their two-goal advantage five minutes later when Jese cut in from the left and cracked the ball past Varas Real comfortably controlled the game in the second half content to save energy for Tuesday’s Champions League match at home to French champions Paris St Germain before Ronaldo was denied a second goal by a brilliant Varas block at the death "We started the game with a lot of conviction and we were able to score two goals very quickly" Isco told Spanish television "It was a shame to concede the first goal at the Bernabeu this season" Barca were anxious to avoid last season’s 0-0 stalemate at Getafe but had to wait until the 37th minute for Suarez to slot home after a stunning backheel layoff from Sergi Roberto Neymar who has been on scintillating form in Messi’s absence made sure of the points in the 58th when he galloped on to Sergi’s deep cross and fired a fine low shot inside the post "I think we played a very intelligent game" Suarez told Spanish television "We controlled the ball for the whole match trying to find a way through as Getafe is a team that allows you very little space" added the Uruguay striker Reuters By: Reuters | Published: August 3 2017 1:40 pm Nick Kyrgios of Australia receives treatment from an ATP trainer during an injury timeout against Tennys Sandgren on day three of the Citi Open (Source: Reuters) Related News Injuries continued to plague Australian Nick Kyrgios who retired with a shoulder injury while losing 6-3 3-0 to American Tenny Sandgren at the Citi Open on Wednesday in Washington DC and left the court to a chorus of boos It marked the third successive tournament in which the 22-year-old retired during a match Kyrgios playing his first tournament since he retired in the first round of Wimbledon due to a chronic hip injury said mental problems and physical struggles had hurt his preparations “Just struggling mentally physically” Kyrgios told reporters later He had called out the medical trainer for treatment on his shoulder before retiring and looked in obvious discomfort Kyrgios was playing in the second round after receiving an opening round bye and was seeded to play Germany’s Alexander Zverev in a keenly anticipated third-round match Earlier 20-year-old Zverev needed three sets to overcome serve-and-volleyer Jordan Thompson 4-6 6-3 7-6(5) to advance as the Australian dropped the last three points of the decisive tiebreaker including his first double fault of the match “I’m just happy to get through that one” said the fifth-seeded German a three-time winner this year Also failing to advance was defending champion Gael Monfils as the sixth-seeded Frenchman was upset by qualifier Yuki Bhambri of India 6-3 4-6 7-5 Bhambri 25 will move on to face Argentina’s Guido Pella in the round of 16 Canada’s big-serving Milos Raonic triumphed 7-6(2) 7-6(8) in a hard-fought match against France’s Nicolas Mahut and set a tournament record with a 151 miles per hour rocket among his 26 aces Raonic the 2014 winner is looking for his first 2017 title “It’s a big chance to turn things around” he said On the women’s side French second seed Kristina Mladenovic needed nearly two and a half hours in her first match winning five of the last six games to beat Germany’s Tatjana Maria 7-5 3-6 6-3 Canada’s unseeded Eugenie Bouchard scored her first win since Roland Garros with a 7-6(6) 6-0 win over eighth-seeded American Christina McHale For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Husain Haqqani | Published: December 30 2015 12:09 am The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi meeting the Prime Minister of Pakistan Related News For some it was a “Nixon to China” moment There were similarities also with Anwar Sadat’s trip to Jerusalem that marked the beginning of the Arab-Israeli peace process Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif boldly invited his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to drop in and Modi stopped over in Lahore on Christmas Day on the way back to Delhi from Kabul As gestures go it was as clear a statement as any by both leaders that they are committed to overcoming the burden of the past and building a better future for India-Pakistan relations But while dramatic gestures are an integral part of international relations and diplomacy good ties between nations with an adversarial past are not made of dramatic gestures alone Richard Nixon’s China trip was preceded by and followed up with several rounds of meticulous negotiations The US realised it could not ignore a nation of one billion people forever American corporations salivated at the prospect of access to a new market comprising almost a fifth of the world’s population On the Chinese side Mao and Zhou Enlai persuaded their colleagues that China needed peace with the US to deal with threats from the Soviet Union Later Deng Xiaoping’s “Four Modernisations” concept transformed the Chinese Communist Party Deng argued successfully that China needed to modernise catch up with the world before thinking of itself as a global power The US-China entente paved the way for China’s peaceful rise and some would argue the demise of the Soviet Union But it also left the Communist Party entrenched in power albeit at the head of a capitalist economy Both China and the US benefited though China may have profited more Nixon went to China in 1972 paving the way for 43 years of cooperation between two countries that had been adversaries until then Although the US stopped recognising the Republic of China government in Taiwan it did not abandon Taiwan’s security China went on to build its own economic ties with Taiwan under the “One Country Two Systems” slogan Anwar Sadat’s trip to Jerusalem did not result in a similarly enduring peace He secured the return of the Sinai Peninsula from Israel and became the first Arab leader to establish diplomatic relations with the Jewish state Egypt and Israel are still at peace but the hoped-for broader Arab-Israeli normalisation has not materialised Both Sadat and his Israeli partner in the peace talks Yitzhak Rabin were assassinated by extremists All Arabs have not accepted the right of Israel to exist a Palestinian state has not emerged neither Israeli occupation nor terror have ended What does the success of the “Nixon to China” initiative foretell about the “Modi to Lahore” foray especially when seen in contrast to the miscarriage of the “Sadat in Jerusalem” undertaking The US-China rapprochement had broad support in both countries while the pockets of hatred in the Middle East were just too strong to fashion an effective compromise Sadat will always be admired for his courage and vision but that vision is taking much longer to materialise In the case of India and Pakistan Sharif and Modi definitely seem to have the desire to normalise relations But there is considerable potential for spoilers on both sides to ensure that nothing substantive moves forward The two PMs can ignore politically weak opponents trying to play to the gallery at home On the Pakistani side all major political parties have welcomed Modi’s trip though that has not been the case in India So far it seems that the Pakistan military too is on board with Sharif’s efforts to resume dialogue through foreign secretary-level talks But will Sharif be able to shut down all jihadi groups in Pakistan including India-specific groups such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad What will Modi and Sharif be able to offer those in Pakistan who believe there should be no normalisation of ties until the issue of J&K is resolved India’s final offer on Kashmir — an adjustment along the LoC in which both sides largely keep what they have — has been on the table since 1963 It has not been acceptable to Pakistan Militancy is seen by hardliners in Pakistan as the only way to keep the Kashmir issue alive precluding a total shutdown of all jihadis Then there are the votaries of Hindutva who cannot stop talking of “Akhand Bharat” and Pakistan’s Islamists who think the Prophet has prophesied Ghazwa-e-Hind — a great battle for Islamisation of India BJP general secretary Ram Madhav is the latest ideologue to speak out of turn about “Akhand Bharat” giving fodder to Pakistan’s “Ghazwa-e-Hind” extremists who deem India an eternal enemy of Pakistan That nuclear weapons should change simple-minded ideological equations does not occur to either Sharif’s foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz probably had these factors in mind when he said after the Modi stopover in Lahore that he did not expect much from the initial phase of Pakistan-India talks Then what if anything might be accomplished from Modi and Sharif holding hands in Lahore From Modi’s perspective it would be good to have a ceasefire in militant attacks similar to the one that resulted from talks during the Manmohan Singh era following the standoff over the attack on India’s Parliament It lasted for several years allowed India to break the back of the militancy in J&K and ended only after the 2008 Mumbai attacks Sharif on the other hand might just be seeking to assert himself in external relations while trying to open space for trade with India Pakistan’s Punjabi business elite want trade with India and as a member of that elite Sharif does too though Pakistani critics of such trade also abound The best outcome in the India-Pakistan case for now comprises modest possibilities These should not be dismissed lightly but they do not reflect a “Nixon to China” moment that dramatically transforms adversarial relations into a positive partnership The writer director for South and Central Asia at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC was Pakistan’s ambassador to the US from 2008-11 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | London | Published: July 10 2017 1:23 am British athletics great Mo Farah eased to victory in the 3000 metres at the Diamond League meet (Source: File) Top News British athletics great Mo Farah eased to victory in the 3000 metres at the Diamond League meet in the London Stadium today and insisted off the track matters didn’t concern him The 34-year-old — a four-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time world champion having achieved the 5000m and 10000m double twice in both sporting showpieces — said he could have done little about his medical records being hacked by Fancy Bears and then leaked to the press last week “Other things don’t distract me I’m only in control of my legs Never will I fail a test” said Farah “I run year after year with joy and there’s not much more you can do “I love being on the podium hearing the anthem and making people proud to be British I love what I do and I’m good at what I do — you can’t worry about other stuff” Whilst Farah posted an impressive warm-up run for the world championships and his track swansong in London in three weeks’ time there were others too who made statements of intent Jamaica’s 100m and 200m women’s champion Elaine Thompson won the 100m coming from behind to edge out her great rival Dafne Schippers despite wearing shoes which resembled trainers “I do have on spikes but they are very petite They are built especially for me and made lighter” said Thompson “I’m really looking forward to the worlds A lot of Jamaicans are in London and it’s like our home town” There was a cracking race in the women’s 100m hurdles with world record holder Kendra Harrison pushed the whole way by Australia’s Sally Pearson who experienced her greatest moment on the same track in 2012 by taking Olympic gold “She (Pearson) really pushed me and I hit a few hurdles as I felt her next to me” said Harrison who made it 21 successive wins For Pearson it was a welcome return to form after injury blighted the past two years “My goodness I can’t believe it” beamed the 30-year-old “I knew I was in good shape This is far out I am really excited I’ve been able to prove myself” Merritt returns to form Aries Merritt suggested he could well be a title contender in the men’s 110m hurdles at the worlds just two years after undergoing a kidney transplant as the 2012 Olympic champion won in his season’s best of 1309sec “I won Olympic gold here and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be running into form at the right time” said Merritt American great Allyson Felix ran an eye-catching 400m to time 4965sec the fastest time in the world this year on what was her first appearance of the season in the Diamond League “I’m running into shape” said the 31-year-old who has six Olympic gold medals but just one in an individual event “I just so love the sport and I am going to keep fighting hard” Nijel Amos threw down the gauntlet to the 800m title contenders when the Botswana athlete ran the fastest time in the world this year in 1min 4318sec on the track where he won Olympic silver behind David Rudisha in 2012 “I have just kept the faith and worked hard and now I hope to see the fruits realised in August” said Amos who has battled back from injuries There was an emotional send-off for Paralympian legend David Weir who won his final track race — the 800m — in the stadium where he won three titles in the 2012 Paralympics “That is definitely the last time on the track” said Weir “This is the finale that I wanted — it is amazing to have my family here with me especially my kids who don’t come to many races” There was a world record in the rarely competed one-kilometre walk on its first outing in the Diamond League –Tom Bosworth recording a time of 5min 3108sec The British national anthem also rang out — an oddity in itself at a Diamond League meeting — as the men’s 4x400m relay quartet from the 2008 Beijing Olympics received bronze medals The quartet received their medals with IAAF president Sebastian Coe attending the ceremony because the Russians had been disqualified for doping For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 30 2017 7:57 pm Neymar has cancelled a personal appearance in China next week because he was said to be “busy with transfer business” (Source: Reuters) Top News Chief of the Spanish La Liga Javier Tebas said he will file a complaint against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) to UEFA over their approach in signing Barcelona’s superstar Neymar Tebas said he will make the complaint to UEFA over alleged breach of the financial fair play policy “La Liga will file this complaint because it’s a problem for La Liga’s competitiveness Today it’s happened to Barca tomorrow it could happen to Real Madrid it’s happened to Atletico Madrid” Tebas the La Liga chairman told Barcelona based sports dailyMundo Deportivo PSG are reportedly lining up a blockbuster bid of over 200 million euros for the Brazilian player which is enough to trigger his release clause So far Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde and club president Josep Bartomeu have denied that the player wants to leave Even though Bartomeu claimed the Parisians would have to shell out big bucks to acquire his services But should PSG fork out the 222 million Euros required to bring Neymar to France they would be at trouble to fulfill the financial fair play rulesthat limit a team to losses of no more than 30 million euros over a three-year cycle This despite their mega-money sponsorship deal with the Qatar tourism board “PSG cannot have figures in which PSG’s commercial rights exceed those of Real Madrid and Barcelona” said Tebas “No-one believes that We’ve carried out economic studies and it’s impossible It means that the Qatari state is injecting money and that violates UEFA’s financial fair play rules and the European Union’s norms of economic competition and we’re going to file a complaint” In 2014 PSG were fined 60 million Euros and had their transfer spending restricted by UEFA for breaching FFP rules UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) has also stated that PSG’s 200 million Euros a year image rights contract with the Qatari tourist board is inflated and double its “true value” PSG are owned by Oryx Qatar Sports Investments (With AFP inputs) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsKorean ICBM | Reuters World Reuters Jul 05,half-hearted, He said that India?250 crore franchise is slated for release next year. 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