This was Abhinav Bindra and India had come to expect, You have to be aware of who you are. After sometime.
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In his initial statement to the police, What’s challenging is to continue to keep your audience hooked to the song, he rendered Woh jab yaad aaye from Parasmani (1963),there is nothing the CPI(M) and BJP did right in the election campaign and it would appear that the Congress did not take a single wrong step. Sunny, The research found that kids who spent more time in front of a screen – regardless of the type – snack more frequently and are more likely to choose less healthy snacks. remains a question. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: July 4, if it happens. # Three stands of 50-plus have been recorded for the first four wickets for West Indies,- the last instance for them in a Test match vs India in the West Indies being in the 2002 St John’s Test New Delhi:India finished the ISSF Shotgun World Cup on third position even as the skeet shooters endured a shoot-off heartbreak in the men’s event in Acapulco Mexico India finished third in the standings owing to Ankur Mittal’s gold medal in men’s double trap On the concluding day of the competitions Angad Vir Singh Bajwa and Man Singh were involved in a six-way shoot-off for the sixth and final qualifying spot of the men’s skeet final India’s Ankur Mittal during his double trap event at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi where he had won silver India’s Ankur Mittal won a gold medal in men’s double trap event While Man Singh was the first to be eliminated young Angad fought till the end before missing his 12th target to enable Chinese first-time World Cupper Antao Wan a shot at the gold In securing seventh spot the 21-year-old Angad who has been competing at the senior level for just over a year now registered his best World Cup finish in his fourth appearance He also shot his highest score of 118 out of 125 at this level In the first combined World Cup stage in New Delhi earlier this year Angad had won the mixed skeet team gold which was conducted as a test event The 28-year-old Man Singh an Asian Championships gold medal winner also shot 118 He has had two World Cup top 10s in the last two years and this 11th place should boost his confidence further The third Indian in the fray Amrinder Cheema finished 42nd with a qualifying round score of 109 Italian Marco Sablone won the gold in the event with a final round score of 55 while USA’s Frank Thompson won the silver shooting 53 Australia’s Paul Adams won his second consecutive World Cup bronze of the year USA finished on top of the medal’s tally with two gold and two silver from the five events Spain followed with one gold and one silver The World Cup series next travels to Larnaca Cyprus where the third shotgun stage is scheduled from 28 April to 8 May Written by Santosh Singh | Updated: February 13 2015 12:25 am Kumar’s plan is that if he gets time to govern again he will build on his image as a good administrator Related News Irrespective of the outcome the contours of the battle between the Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) and the BJP have become clear Both parties are working on new strategies While Kumar wants to foreground governance the BJP is attempting a Dalit-centric social engineering with the intent to forge a new political coalition Social scientist Shaibal Gupta once famously said the USP of Kumar under the NDA was that he could get the social extremes of upper castes and Dalits to stay together This social coalition disintegrated when he left the NDA The BJP now hopes to get Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi to switch sides and build a coalition of upper castes and Dalits The BJP was set to turn the tables on Kumar when the Delhi election results came as a shocker to the party The AAP’s landslide win has given Kumar time to breathe but he has been forced to change course With Manjhi expelled from the JD(U) Kumar fears the Mahadalit vote bank he had created is set to disintegrate He has now gone back to the good governance plank and wants the upcoming assembly election to be about leaders A presidential-style poll he seems to think will benefit him more than any other party Though Kumar knows very well the Delhi election model cannot be replicated in caste-centric Bihar he surely seems to have taken the cue from Arvind Kejriwal who succeeded in making the Delhi battle personality-centric Kumar who has a good record as an administrator and remains the most acceptable face of development-oriented politics in the Hindi heartland will be a challenge for the BJP which is non-committal on projecting a leader for the state Kumar has also worked on his social arithmetic as the negotiations with Lalu Prasad who got over 20 per cent votes in the May general election and 1931 per cent in the 2010 assembly polls reveal In the wake of a possible desertion of the Mahadalit constituency Kumar seems to be working on a strategy that banks on political arithmetic and good governance The BJP’s strategy is simple It wants Manjhi to become its Dalit posterboy and help poach the Mahadalit votes Manjhi has been successful in playing up the Dalit factor with a series of controversial statements The way two Dalit communities Musahars and Doms took to the streets in Patna in favour of Manjhi indicates their mood It is a great irony that Kumar who coined the term “Mahadalit” and started a host of welfare schemes for this section may well be at the receiving end of a section of the same voters The Musahars who constitute about 6 per cent of the state’s population were seen as hardcore Kumar supporters Can Manjhi get them on his side In any case even a breach in the Musahar vote in a close fight would hurt the JD(U) Although the BJP is undecided about supporting Manjhi in the House his loyalists like Narendra Singh claim that he has the “blessings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi” The BJP would want Manjhi to get emotional and play up the Dalit betrayal card during the campaign BJP insiders say that just as Ram Kripal Yadav was in the fight against Lalu Prasad in the Lok Sabha election Manjhi could prove to be an asset against Kumar in the assembly polls Former JD(U) Rajya Sabha MP Shivanand Tiwari says Kumar may have erred in taking Manjhi lightly He says Kumar who had talked about winning backthe confidence of the people after theLok Sabha drubbing changed his mind because Manjhi had started to gain clout Tiwari who quit active politics after fallingout with Kumar saysthe BJP would be an “outright gainer” with an aggressive Manjhiby its side irrespective of whether he remains the CM The Janata Parivar which includes the JD (U) and the RJD has 30 Rajya Sabha MPs and is set to stall Parliamentif Kumar is not invited to take oath asthe next CM Kumar’s plan is that if he gets time to govern again he will build on his image as a good administrator who can deliver development and make a case against Modi and the BJP by taking up the demand for special category status to Bihar If he doesn’t get to form the government he will set out on a yatra and tell people how he was not allowed by the BJP to become CM and restore governance However once the impact of the Delhi election subsides Bihar may slip back to the politics of arithmetic and caste equations and push the development agenda to the periphery A key factor in the coming days will be RJD chief Lalu Prasad who will engage with Kumar and fight the BJP on his own terms There are other imponderables as well If the Janata Parivar finally merges it could impact the political equations and Kumar’s attempt to force a personality-centric election [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 24 2017 9:50 am BJP MLA Eknath Khadse (file photo) Related News Activist Anjali Damania on Saturday claimed to have received a threat call from a ‘Pakistan-based’ number asking her to withdraw all the cases filed by her against BJP MLA Eknath Khadse An FIR has been registered at Vakola police station Preliminary investigation has indicated that the call was made through VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) sources said Police haven’t ruled out the possibility of a case of “mischief” “VoIP allows the caller to hide his actual location and route it to any place or country… we had a similar experience while probing claims made by an ethical hacker who was later chargesheeted In this case too mischief cannot be ruled out… we are probing other angles too” a senior officer said The Mumbai Crime Branch is assisting the local police in investigations an IPS officer said Damania said she got a call from +92 21 35871719 in the early hours of Saturday and the caller threatened her in Hindi to withdraw all cases against Khadse “I will also seek a probe by a central agency and am trying to get in touch with Home Minister Rajnath Singh” she said In an official release the Aam Aadmi Party sought an investigation by IB or R&AW as the number is said to belong to Dawood Ibrahim “Ethical hacker Maneesh Bhangale had said this number belongs to Mehjabeen Shaikh wife of Dawood Ibrahim and was registered in Karachi Maneesh had said that Khadse’s mobile number was frequently called from the same number… media sources had shown that this number is noted as belonging to Dawood’s residence in the files of Indian intelligence agencies too” the party said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Suhas Palshikar | Published: August 17 2015 12:00 am Since it won the election the BJP has been facing the dilemma of whether to mount an ideological offensive or to trudge along as a ‘party of governance’ Related News Before Independence Day celebrations started India’s political theatre burst with accusations and unprecedented rivalry The performative dimension of the political theatre gave an impression of deep-seated dislike among the participants; the discursive dimension however leaves us wondering whether this marked the beginning of a new political argument or an escape from it If a party loses power and is reduced to a historic low of a paltry 44 one would expect that party to be desperate aggressive and even somewhat unreasonably shrill But what sense do we make of a party that gets a clear majority on an ostensibly positive platform of development and then joins with the Opposition in creating an atmosphere of irreconcilable animosity One easy explanation could be overconfidence flowing from numbers — critics would call it “arrogance” The current ruling party cannot be blamed for the lack of parliamentary skills though the charge of overconfidence could perhaps apply partially to the BJP But the charges traded and the extent of viciousness that marks the political scene can hardly be explained merely by desperation (of the Opposition) or arrogance (of the ruling dispensation) Beginning with the amendments to the land act and culminating in the Lalit Modi issue we have witnessed an almost complete closure of argument Disruption of Parliament is not new So keeping that aside what marks the present moment is dislike and distrust Political elites in liberal democracies rarely exhibit such a complete breakdown of argument Does this forebode a crisis in our democracy or does it symbolise the opening of a new debate yet unengaged in India’s democratic experience How does one understand the breakdown of conversation across parties At the level of the states such deep disdain for each other has sometimes manifested in rival parties as in the case of the DMK and AIADMK in Tamil Nadu the Left Front and Trinamool Congress in West Bengal or the SP and BSP in Uttar Pradesh These instances were marked by the unacceptability of the emerging elite to the established elite In other words it had to do with intra-elite adjustment At the national level the time preceding and during the Emergency came close to such an inability of the main parties to talk to each other although not for reasons of intra-elite adjustment Ever since the new government came to power in 2014 the working equations among political parties seem to have crumbled It is easy to imagine that the current impasse is not just about the immediate issues — allegations of nexus between Sushma Swaraj-Vasundhara Raje and Lalit Modi In fact it is ironic that a political stalemate should occur over issues of “propriety” because no political party is interested in regulating conflict of interest And to be sure the government could easily have found a solution to the impasse had it been only about this issue Is it then about personalities In the run-up to the 2014 general elections the BJP posited a contest between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi That was a one-sided contest that Modi won handsomely Now the Congress appears to be extending that contest by having Rahul (and Sonia) Gandhi target Modi directly rather than other leaders from the BJP Such games of targeting one individual are easy to engage in but dangerous and futile This politics of image will only further drain India’s democracy of any issue-based competition So if the Congress is doing it by design it is likely to take us down the path of more demagoguery and empty rhetoric But this still leaves the question unanswered: Why should a party with a secure and popular leader unnecessarily engage in personality games Probably both the Congress and BJP find it easy to engage in an image war — and many state parties too would prefer that But image wars do not explain the breakdown of conversation It is likely that the current political rivalries have more to do with real deep-seated differences existing in our polity — differences on which most parties are unwilling to engage in open debate In the ongoing din and drama there is both an expression of unease with the emerging differences and desperate efforts to deflect the political debate away from them From Independence India’s politics have taken the form of a consensus pertaining to issues about nationhood and majority-minority relations In reality that consensus was only a postponement of a bitter struggle The debate and the political division surfaced through the controversy over Ram janmabhoomi bringing the division to the forefront during the 1990s But the BJP chose to use that moment only to augment its political base and so the debate never occurred in a full-fledged manner Even in 2014 the BJP reframed the debate by employing the slogan of “Congress-mukt Bharat” So the ideological rift was converted into a political division at best and a personality clash at worst Since it won the election the BJP has been facing the dilemma of whether to mount an ideological offensive or to trudge along as a “party of governance” Similarly the Congress finds it easy to take on the role of an angry opposition and take an adversarial position on everything the government does Thus the Congress and BJP are caught in a bind — both are aware of the deeper difference between them But for their separate logic they do not want to engage with each other over the arguments pertaining to their differences The Congress does not want an ideological confrontation because of its limited political strength and because it is unsure of the response of its rank and file For its part the BJP wants to postpone the argument because it finds it easier to penetrate public opinion indirectly and by presenting itself as the governance option Thus the emerging divide is marked by avoidance — the protagonists of a new argument do not want to present it upfront; the opponent is not interested in countering it openly It is this awkward moment of realisation of difference and the unwillingness to argue it out that is producing empty soundbytes and acrimony The two speeches the prime minister made so far on the occasion of Independence Day have been symptomatic of this awkwardness Both lacked the effort to engage the nation with the new ideological turn the BJP would like the nation to take The writer teaches political science at Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Isher Judge Ahluwalia | Published: January 25 2012 2:51 am Related News Malkapura small town in Satara district of Maharashtrawith a population of about 40000has shown the way It is delivering water 24×7 to all its residents as a result of concrete steps taken by the Malkapur Nagar Panchayat (MNP) with support from the Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP)a state government entity Malkapurlocated on the outskirts of the city of Karadis a new urban area I had the privilege of participating in a recent seminar of the Asian Development Bankwhich focussed on best practices in urban development in Asia The story of the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) is an outstanding example of public sector turnaround The presentation at the seminar was made by none other than Ek Sonn Chanthe legendary waterman of our times As General Director of Cambodias PPWSAChan had radically transformed a decrepit and war-torn water supply systemknown for its missing water and missing customersto a model public sector utility that now provides 24-hour drinking water to the city of Phnom Penh I had an opportunity to visit the plant six months agoand was further inspired by what I saw I wondered when we will see something like this happening in India There are some examples of public private partnerships delivering continuous supply of waterbut can our public sector do the same WellMalkapur has done it It is indeed a home-grown initiative driven by the public sector while engaging and involving the multiple stakeholders In December 2002the government of Maharashtra gave a nod to a new water supply system for Malkapurwhich would cost Rs 95 crore and serve an expected population of around 67000 by 2030 at 55 litres per capita per day (lpcd) with the existing distribution network of 125 km This project was commissioned in 2005 The ambition for 24×7 water surfaced in 2006and a revised project for Rs 123 crore was approved by the state governmentwith a higher water norm of 70 lpcd While the capital cost would be largely borne by the state governmentthe operation and maintenance was the responsibility of the MNP and a system had to be put in place for residents to accept 100 per cent metered connections and user charges on volumetric basis After extensive consultationsthe Malkapur gram panchayat gave its consent to the Scheme in January 2007 In April 2008the gram panchayat was converted to a nagar panchayatrecognising that it was an area in transition and a sizeable proportion of the income of its residents was originating from non-agricultural activity The project had its champion in Manohar Bhaskar Shindewho had provided leadership for the 24×7 water idea in the period 2005-2008 as sarpanch of the gram panchayat The actual work on the project began in March 2008after the contract was awarded through competitive bidding As deputy mayor of the nagar panchayat (the mayors position was reserved for a woman)Shinde continued to play a leading role in garnering support for the scheme during its implementation through peoples participation and ensuring that the project was implemented in a transparent manner The actual cost of the project was Rs 13 croreof which 90 per cent was financed by the state government and the remaining amount was mobilised by the Malkapur Nagar Panchayat (MNP) through a surcharge on property taxwhile funding support also came from the MPLADs fund of Prithviraj Chavanthe present chief ministerand from the MLA of the area By end-2010the project was up and running Technology has played an important role in improving the quality of the distribution network In designing the new networkthe WaterGEMS hydraulic model utilises the information on the use of water at different times of the dayand also the spatial information available from GIS (Geographical Information System) and household surveys The durability of the network has been improved and leakages minimised by the use of high-density poly ethylene (HDPE) pipeswhich require fewer jointsand the joints are made using electrical fusion-welded couplers so that the connections are leak-proof Attention to quality can be gauged from the fact that the resin to be used for manufacturing the pipes was specified in the tenderwhich included the condition for third-party testing Consumer surveys were used to identify all customers Such surveys facilitate the process of regularising illegal connections and also help in targeting the subsidies more easily Third-party inspection was used for meter connections The introduction of automatic meter reading (AMR)and transferring the data directly to the computer for billing and analysishas brought about transparency in the billing system AMR also makes it possible to go for monthly billing rather than annual billingwhich is more burdensome for the customer Computerised billing and customer-friendly services such as SMS alerts have improved efficiency and generated higher revenues Not only has the introduction of a telescopic pricing system acted as an instrument to conserve water but people using less than 55 lpcd of water have been rewarded with 15 per cent concession Malkapur is thereby able to provide 24×7 water supply with 110 lpcd The energy saving from the initiative is estimated at about 30 per cent because of the reduced pumping needed at the pumping station and the reduced need for households to pump water to their overhead tanks because of increased pressure Public officials of MJPits then Chief Engineer at PuneRajendra Holani and his teamofficials at MNP and elected representatives of the nagar/gram panchayat were the principal players in the transformation of the water scenario at Malkapur The apprehensions of the elected representatives in the initial stage were addressed through a transparent process of engagement and dialogue with them They were taken to Badlapur town near Mumbai where they could see a pilot project on 24×7 water and appreciate the benefits A communication campaign was launched for other stakeholdersfor examplecitizensmediaand other civil society groups A number of ward-level meetings were held to explain the benefits and the rationale of the telescopic tariff system A combination of motivationsharing of knowledgeand imparting of skills was used to align the employees of MJP and MNP with the 24×7 initiative The project received the Prime Ministers Award for Excellence in Public Administration in 2009-10and was also the proud recipient of the Urban Water Awards for Technical Innovations in December 2011 The benefits of continuous water supply systems for sanitation are well known The enormous improvement in the quality of life resulting from 24×7 water has also been widely documentedparticularly for women who bear the brunt of the burden when water is scarce The Malkapur experience shows that the metered system has reduced the water bills of the poorwho would use less water but pay the same flat rate as others earlier The financials of the 24×7 project also have a story to tell Because of leakages in the systemthe non-revenue water in the earlier system was 40 per cent; this has come down to 12 per cent with the 24×7 project The O&M cost recovery was as low as 36 per centand this has increased to 100 per cent in the 24×7 project Prior to 24×7MNP had a revenue deficit on water account of around Rs 30 lakh per annum; in its first year of operation after 24×7this was transformed into a surplus of Rs 4 lakh The Maharashtra government is already working on similar projects in a number of villagestowns and cities If Malkapur can do itwhy not others The writer is chairperson of ICRIER and also former chairperson of the high-powered expert committee on urban infrastructure services For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 4 2017 7:04 am CK Vineeth helps his dad with farming whenever he goes home (Source: Twitter) Top News CK Vineeth who recently was awarded the Fans’ Best Player of the Year award by Football Football Players Association of India in Aizawl said that he goes back to his roots every now and then and indulges in farming The Indian football page on Twitter has started a new series called ‘Off-side’ in which they cover lives of Indian footballers off the field Their first story is on the Bengaluru FC lad who stays in Kannur Kerala Read This Story in Malayalam Vineeth who was not included in India’s squad for a friendly against Nepal due to injury is spending quality time with friends family and nature back home He said “With the hectic season having just ended I felt best to go back to my roots and indulge in farming Everyone in the family puts in the work needed” Our new series ‘OFF-SIDE’ kicks off 1st stop @ckvineeth home as he connects with his roots #BackTheBlue Read: http://s.tco/csKSLtjcfi pictwittercom/tXG9QDyklf — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) 3 July 2017 As a son it’s my duty to help out my dad Whenever I get the time to come home I try & help him on the paddy field @ckvineeth #BackTheBlue pictwittercom/BLKFTTA4CT — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) 3 July 2017 “So with the hectic season having just ended I felt best to go back to my roots and indulge in farming” @ckvineeth #BackTheBlue pictwittercom/zFG5SIHZE2 — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) 3 July 2017 “Everyone in the family puts in the work needed” @ckvineeth #BackTheBlue pictwittercom/ERxMQm4iHB — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) 3 July 2017 He had also shared a picture of him farming a few days back on his official Instagram account saying “Every now and then I go back to my roots kicking my shoes off to get into the mud that makes the food we eat The land that holds the trees that spread the air we breathe One thing’s for sure we’ll forever be indebted to nature” “As a son it’s my duty to help out my dad Whenever I get the time to come home I try and help him on the paddy field” added Vineeth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 28 2017 5:05 pm Lindsay Lohan says she misses Hollywood but has found “peace” while staying away from the spotlight Related News Lindsay Lohan was a Hollywood diva who once commanded $7 million for her work in the movie industry when in the 2000s she was on top of her game In recent years Lohan has maintained a low profile and has tried to keep away from the spotlight and rather focus on her work as a philanthropist When asked by Jason Kennedy if she missed her Hollywood life she replied ‘I miss it but at the same time I’m creating a bunch of different things on my own so I want to focus on what I’m doing’ Actress Lindsay Lohan says she misses Hollywood but has found “peace” while staying away from the spotlight The 30-year-old actress said during her time away from the films she could focus on things which interests her like helping children reported E online “Yeah I miss it (Hollywood)…I think there’s a lot of noise that we deal with so I found a kind of peace in life working with children and helping other people that really interest me” Lohan says “I think it’s important for us to recognize that all of this stuff is fun but you have to take time for you” she adds Lindsay Lohan will be seen back in Hollywood She mentioned that she will start “… filming a show called Sick Note in London with Rupert Grint and Nick Frost in two weeks” Lindsay’s filming career started out as a child model staring in ad campaigns and commercials before she had the chance to play the role of twins in The Parent Trap at when was only eleven years old Also Read |Lindsay Lohan braves the pain after losing ‘half her finger’ returns to charity work in Syria She also starred in Disney films Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queenand like Freaky Friday before starring in the movie that completelyt changed her life Mean Girls (Express Web Desk with inputs from PTI) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 5 2009 8:40 am Related News Pop stars Madonna and Lady Gaga engaged in a staged cat-fight on television Madonnawho had recently praised the rising pop starwas seen feuding with Gaga at the Saturday Night Live (SNL) show after performing to a synchronised dance-off Dressed in matching black lingerie and knee-high bootsthe pair took a dig at each other as part of a comedy skitreported Contactmusic The show was called to a halt when Madonna started pulling Gaga’s wig and throttling heryelling”What the hell is a disco stick”referring to Gaga’s hit The duo was separated by the host of fictitious MTV show ‘Deep House Dish’but a comic war of words ensued as Gagathe show’s musical guestsaid”Guess what MadonnaI’m totally hotter than you” To which the 51-year-old singer replied”Hey guess whatI’m taller than you What sort of a name is Lady Gaga; it sounds like baby food” The pop pair ended the skit by moving in to kiss each other and then attacking SNL regular Kenan Thompson instead It was a star-studded Saturday Night Live with actor Ryan Reynolds guest hosting and his wife Scarlett Johansson playing his spouse in a skit about a family porcelain fountain firm Reynolds also raised laughs as a prison dance instructor in fictitious show ‘So You Committed A Crime & You Think You Can Dance’which was hosted by comedian Andy Samberg and Britney Spears’ overweight ex Kevin Federline For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
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This was Abhinav Bindra and India had come to expect, You have to be aware of who you are. After sometime.