As he crossed himself and blew kisses skyward, Juan Martin del Potro proved to be too strong for faltering Roger Federer.
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was assigned to take care of Shahid while the cast and crew shot at Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh. Mr @ShashiTharoor Your pain on Demonetisation is well understood. https://tco/jpiZeAW4HY — Manoj Tiwari (@ManojTiwariMP) November 19 2017 Way to go @ShashiTharoor What a immoral way to praise India’s pride -Miss World @ManushiChhillar Wish politics was kept aside of this and her accomplishment was lauded instead #TharoorInsultsMissWorld — BJYM (@BJYM) November 19 2017 With inputs from PTIthey didn’t have the bowling attack to make the most of that?how long can one walk on crutches? The BJP has 53. a lower court had acquitted Noor in the case and an appeal challenging the acquittal was filed in the sessions court by the prosecution earlier this year. Share This Article Related Article During its tenure, The Congress is keen to clear up the misunderstandings and hurt feelings on this score and to keep the President in good humour. It will have enough hardness. Muluk then complained to the ACB.
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Recently,” he said.” a party leader said.” he said. science and technology,anyone by their acts.India allots 1.Our people are no different from the Americans or Europeans of today; it is all a matter of education or lack of education. Through investments in education and health careJapan simultaneously enhanced living standards and labour productivity the government collaborating with the market Despite the catastrophe of Japans war yearsthe lessons of its development experience remained and were followedin the post-war periodby South KoreaTaiwanSingapore and other economies in East Asia Chinawhich during the Mao era made advances in land reform and basic education and healthcareembarked on market reforms in the early 1980s; its huge success changed the shape of the world economy India has paid inadequate attention to these lessons Is there a conundrum here that democratic India has done worse than China in educating its citizens and improving their health Perhapsbut the puzzle need not be a brainteaser Democratic participationfree expression and rule of law are largely realities in Indiaand still largely aspirations in China India has not had a famine since Independencewhile China had the largest famine in recorded historyfrom 1958 to 1961when Maos disastrous Great Leap Forward killed some 30 million people Neverthelessusing democratic means to remedy endemic problems chronic undernourishmenta disorganised medical system or dysfunctional school systems demands sustained deliberationpolitical engagementmedia coveragepopular pressure In shortmore democratic processnot less In Chinadecision-making takes place at the top The countrys leaders are scepticalif not hostilewith regard to the value of multi-party democracybut they have been strongly committed to eliminating hungerilliteracy and medical neglectand that is enormously to their credit There are inevitable fragilities in a non-democratic system because mistakes are hard to correct Dissent is dangerous There is little recourse for victims of injustice Edicts like the one-child policy can be very harsh StillChinas present leaders have used the basic approach of accelerating development by expanding human capability with great decisiveness and skill The case for combating debilitating inequality in India is not only a matter of social justice Unlike IndiaChina did not miss the huge lesson of Asian economic developmentabout the economic returns that come from bettering human livesespecially at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid Indias growth and its earnings from exports have tended to depend narrowly on a few sectorslike information technologypharmaceuticals and specialised auto partsmany of which rely on the role of highly trained personnel from the well educated classes For India to match China in its range of manufacturing capacity its ability to produce gadgets of almost every kindwith increasing use of technology and better quality control it needs a better-educated and healthier labour force at all levels of society What it needs most is more knowledge and public discussion about the nature and the huge extent of inequality and its damaging consequencesincluding for economic growth The writera Nobel laureateis a professor of economics and philosophy at Harvard UniversityUS The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: July 31 2016 10:44 am In the 2014 elections the Indian voter was swayed by the eloquence of Mr Narendra Modi Top News India elected an eloquent some would say voluble candidate as prime minister Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks frequently tweets extensively and writes sparingly No one is surprised when he seizes the occasion and speaks It is only when he ignores the occasion and withdraws into silence that questions are raised Here are a few samples of his silence: VYAPAM: That is the acronym for the Professional Examination Board in Madhya Pradesh where a BJP government has been in office since 2003 Examinations were fixed for many years The scandal was exposed in 2013 by a whistleblower After many legal battles the case was transferred to the CBI Meanwhile 40 persons connected with the case (witnesses investigating officers accused) have met with unnatural deaths Whistleblowers and activists have received multiple threats In any other case the scandal would have unseated the chief minister but Mr Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government survives The Prime Minister is the silent fox It is his silence that keeps Mr Chouhan in office Lalit Modi: He is the former boss of the IPL and is wanted in India for questioning He fled to the United Kingdom where a friendly government bent the rules to give him refuge (even while hundreds of Indians who do not hold a valid passport are routinely deported) The Chief Minister of Rajasthan endorsed Mr Lalit Modi’s plea for being allowed to stay in the UK and requested that her letter may not be disclosed to the Indian authorities The External Affairs Minister supported his case for a UK travel document after her ministry cancelled his passport Mr Lalit Modi thumbs his nose at the Indian investigative agencies and holidays around the world travelling on a UK passport The Prime Minister is the silent saviour of his minister and the chief minister Wages of intolerance Kalburgi Dabholkar and Pansare: One was an atheist Another campaigned against superstition The third portrayed the warrior-king Shivaji as a secular ruler They were murdered and the investigating agencies suspect there are common features in the three cases Eminent writers voiced their protest by returning the awards given to them by the Sahitya Akademi The Prime Minister was unconcerned and maintained a stoic silence The literary world felt humiliated Rohith Vemula: “My birth is my fatal accident” wrote the Dalit PhD scholar Rohith Vemula before he took his own life Campuses erupted in protest It turned into a familiar battle between the ‘entitled’ and the ‘disentitled’ The Central government tried to prove that Rohith was not a Dalit No one so far has been held responsible or accountable for his death The Prime Minister remained a silent spectator The disentitled are gripped by fear Akhlaq: Akhlaq was lynched by a mob who believed that he had stored beef in his home A bizarre inquiry was launched not into the lynching but into the nature of the animal meat Political leaders spoke in favour of the mob communal tensions were aroused and the Prime Minister’s studied silence invited comment When he appeared to have decided to break his silence it was only to deliver a homily on how Hindus and Muslims should fight poverty and not each other On Akhlaq’s killing he has maintained a studied silence Clumsy manoeuvres Jawaharlal Nehru University: Suddenly it was discovered that JNU was filled with anti-nationals Barring members of the ABVP every JNU student was presumed to be an anti-national unless he proved his nationalism by raising the slogan ‘Bharat Mata ki jai’ Police slapped sedition charges on students lawyers roughed up journalists on the court’s premises the university rusticated student leaders and the Prime Minister erected a wall of silence between himself and the tumult outside The Pathankot attack: Barely days after the Prime Minister made an impromptu visit to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s home in Lahore six terrorists attacked the Air Force Station at Pathankot It was revealed that the government had received intelligence about the threat but mishandled it The government’s clumsy attempt to forge a ‘deal’ on reciprocal investigation came a cropper Pakistan sent its team to Pathankot brazenly denied it got any evidence from the Indian agencies and delivered a lethal snub by rejecting their request for a reciprocal visit to Pakistan The Prime Minister’s response was grave silence Atrocities on Dalits: The false promise of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’ is unravelling Atrocities on Dalits are a fact of Indian life The Una incident exposed the right-wing Hindutva brigade’s hypocrisy exploitation and arrogance The Prime Minister has observed a silence that is deafening even amidst the uproar Duty to speak In the 2014 elections the Indian voter was swayed by the eloquence of Mr Narendra Modi Not many have cultivated the art of public speaking as Mr Modi has Is he now cultivating the art of public silence I readily concede that a prime minister is not required to speak on every occasion or on every subject but when there is a duty to speak silence is unacceptable Silence can be a strategy silence can be a tactic but silence can never be an answer to the ills of our polity and the fault lines of our society When an eloquent and willing-to-speak prime minister deliberately chooses not to speak decent citizens will be concerned students will demand answers Muslims will feel alienated and Dalits will feel threatened All of those do not augur well Website: pchidambaramin @Pchidambaram_IN For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: March 26 2017 3:58 am Amit Mishra founder of Invader Technologies Top News Twelve inmates of Bhondsi jail when released from prison on bail acquittal or completion of their sentences found an unusual source of employment — at a software company Amit Mishra 32 who runs the company and hails from Gorakhpur was once an inmate himself — under trial in connection with a case regarding his wife’s death who committed suicide After 13 months behind bars Mishra who was a software engineer was acquitted in 2014 He is now the founder of Invader Technologies a software company in Gurgaon’s DLF Phase II which was set up in June 2015 It designs software for companies in various fields including education and healthcare Its prime focus however is prison software which Mishra first became acquainted with during his time in Bhondsi jail Phoenix a software now in use in jails all over Haryana was approved by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in 2015 making it only the fourth software to be given this badge of honour It was created by Mishra along with the help of a handful of other inmates Harinder Singh the superintendent at Bhondsi jail says the software has helped “staff prisoners as well as visitors” by increasing efficiency accuracy and providing “records that are available at the click of a button” Of the 35 employees in Mishra’s company three are ex-inmates of Bhondsi jail — one used to be an accountant second a former employee of Maruti and the third a former banking sector professional Two of them are out on bail while the third has been relieved of the accusations through a settlement “When I started the company whose main task now is to maintain and upgrade the prison software I had only four employees apart from myself All are former inmates” Mishra says adding that he consciously made the decision to keep his doors open to former inmates who were qualified and interested in the work available at his company “When I spent time in prison I became aware that a lot of inmates are people like me who may or may not be guilty of the crimes but look to start afresh when they are released I want to help them get reintegrated into society” he says Altogether 12 inmates have been employed in Mishra’s company over the last two years most of who Mishra said have gone on to avail of bigger opportunities that came their way For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 1 2017 1:08 am Related News Veteran Indian batsman Suresh Raina has said that he relishes the role of playing as a finisher and also claimed that finishing a game for his side give him satisfaction In an interview with Firstpost Raina said that this role was not a challenge for him and rather it was a responsibility “It’s not difficult I would say it’s more of your responsibility When you bat down the order it always gives you a chance to be a hero for the Indian team And I have done that for so many years I have done that in the IPL (Indian Premier League) and in first class cricket I think it’s my role to do it When you are batting at No 6 you have to perform When you go in at a crucial time and finish the game it always gives you satisfaction in your mind I became a more responsible person You feel that responsibility about you which is the best thing Raina said” Speaking about the feeling while playing in the middle Raina said “You need to read the situation You need to read the circumstances How many runs you are chasing (if) are you chasing nine per over or 12 per over It starts from over one – how you plan how many (runs) you are chasing With the new rules coming up you need to plan which bowler to target and which one to not take risk against You need to learn how to bat with tailenders because you need to take all the pressure and absorb it yourself I like playing under pressure because I have always delivered and there is a different sense of security” At times the situation of the match is delicate Raina elaborated on this and said “You need to understand the situation what target your are chasing and plan accordingly The most important thing is what mindset you are going in with in which over and against what opposition So you already visualise while reading the game sitting in the dressing room When you sit inside the dressing room you analyse follow what the captains are doing out on the field You then prepare plan A and if that doesn’t work then have plan B ready I already choose the bowlers whom I have to attack If there are five fielders inside the circle then I know my areas where to hit I know where I will hit a particular bowler I have already played 223 ODIs and all that experience comes in handy” “You need to feel the pressure and then absorb that pressure sitting in the dug out You need to know what your plan will be The moment you go in you feel like expressing yourself Because you need to enjoy yourself while playing cricket” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 1 2015 2:57 pm “House of Cards” director James Foley has been officially confirmed to direct the “Fifty Shades of Grey” sequel Related News “House of Cards” director James Foley has been officially confirmed to direct the “Fifty Shades of Grey” sequel Two weeks ago the news broke that 40-year-old filmmaker is Universal’s top choice for the project reported Variety The production house will soon start the negotiations with the director Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson will reprise their roles with author EL James Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti producing Share This Article Related Article James’ husband Niall Leonard has penned the script After Sam Taylor-Johnson who directed the first film in the trilogy announced that she would not be returning to lead the project the studio was in continuous talks with various directors over the past few months Production of the film will begin in the first quarter of 2016 with the film set to release in 2017 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 19 2017 5:12 pm Mumbai Indians coach Ricky Ponting Related News Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has been deemed as an inspirational leader by the Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma Speaking about the coach Sharma said”He is someone who is so charged up all the time He passes on that to all the young playersThat is how he plays the game He is an inspirational leader “Small things that we dont see they see Because they have played at the highest level for so many years That really helped me Such a big player such a big legend When he comes and motivates you in every little thingthen automatically your confidence improves” added teammate Vinay Kumar and added “He is consistent in what he tries to get across” An inspirational leader who turned our fortunes around We pay tribute to the legendary Ricky Ponting! along with discounts for Ola, slums is more like ?
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As he crossed himself and blew kisses skyward, Juan Martin del Potro proved to be too strong for faltering Roger Federer.