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Teachers attribute success of these schools to better infrastructure, In fact, however,had four bogeys and just one birdie, Stones thrown at a Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation bus in Madikeri,in the present situation? The foundations of what India is today were laid in Nehruvian times. he is open to explore various roles and not necessarily the lead roles.Crawford Market, said South Korea’s vice unification minister Chun Hae-sung.

who have high hopes for this dialogue, The move to go for retrospective punishment was announced in May to tackle the menace of diving with many players going unpunished during the game with many matches getting significantly affected due to it.The English FA will be charging the guilty players for “successful deception of a match official” The regulation is already in force in Scotland and has been in the process over the year after feedback from players and officials The controversial decisions will be settled by a compliance team – in England a three-person panel consisting of an ex-player an ex-manager and an ex-referee All three must agree that there is a “clear and overwhelming case” for a charge Following their decision if the player accepts the charge he will be given an immediate two-match ban Else the case move to the FA independent regulatory commission that deals with all disciplinary issues The players who will be victims of a case of cheating will have their red cards not yellow cards rescinded Last season there were retrospective bans for Tyron Mings and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for clashes that were not picked up by officials in last season’s game between Bournemouth and Manchester United Despite the measure to bring about change and attempt at fairness Sam Allardyce criticised it for having no provision to remove cards for players who were wrongly accused of diving He also pushed for in-game video technology that has been in use during recent international games including the Confederations Cup and will be in use in the Bundesliga For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2017 2:37 am The complainant told police that the caller introduced himself as Mihir Patel from Gujarat’s Vadodara Related News A young BJP leader has registered an FIR at Barakhamba Road police station alleging that she repeatedly received obscene and threatening phone calls and messages between April 26 and May 12 from seven different numbers on her mobile phone Police said the complainant initially tried to ignore the caller but he then started calling and threatening her younger sister Shaken by the incident the complainant has demanded police protection for herself and her family DCP (New Delhi district) B K Singh confirmed that an FIR under IPC sections 354-D (stalking) 506 (threatening) and 509 (outraging the modesty of a woman) has been filed at Barakhamba Road police station No arrest has been made so far and police are probing the matter The complainant told police that the caller introduced himself as Mihir Patel from Gujarat’s Vadodara “She received a number of messages wishing her on her birthday or discussing her astrological chart and political career He is also alleged to have sent numerous vulgar and obscene messages to her” an official privy to the investigation told The Indian Express The man would allegedly keep calling when the complainant was busy with TV news debates “She tried to ignore the calls and messages and blocked all numbers She checked the numbers on the Truecaller app and discovered they were all from Gujarat” the officer said The alleged stalker then started calling her sister repeatedly and started threatening her over the phone “Her sister a college student was shocked after the caller gave details of her subject her grandparents’ address her father’s name as well as his private details” the officer said “He is alleged to have told her sister that he wanted to meet the complainant He also said he wanted to meet her father because he wanted to be with her This triggered panic at the complainant’s home” the officer said According to police preliminary investigations suggest that the caller is based in Gujarat and runs a private company there “She has given seven phone numbers Using technical surveillance police found that six prepaid numbers had been procured using forged ID Police teams have been sent to Gujarat to nab the accused” the officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 4 2017 2:07 am Top News DAYS AFTER a patient allegedly died due to medical negligence on part of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital in Kolkata two doctors from the institute on Friday appeared before officers of Phoolbagan police station This was after the police summoned the doctors for questioning “The documents submitted by the hospital lacks details and hence they were asked to come to Phoolbagan police station to clear doubts” said a police officer Watch What Else is Making News The hospital was accused of delaying the release of a patient – Sanjoy Roy who had met with a road accident – after his relatives “failed” to settle the bill The family had alleged they had to provide to the hospital certificates of fixed deposit as guarantee before they were allowed to shift the patient to state-run SSKM Hospital Roy later died at SSKM His wife Ruby Roy went on to lodge a complaint against Apollo at the Phoolbagan police station Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee too asked the state health department to investigate the matter promptly Sources said a report submitted by a six-member committee set up by the department has found lapses on part of the hospital in Roy’s treatment “The team has also checked medical reports of SSKM Hospital where Roy was taken by his family after they signed a risk bond at Apollo Roy seems to have died of excessive bleeding The report has also mentioned that Apollo had conducted some tests which were not required It added that the treatment was not up to the mark” said a source For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top News reported TMZ. I do appreciate seeing class and his was a classy knock. who was killed in her home, The new domestic hep was seen two hours later, Event to outline benefits of rainwater harvesting PUNE: The city unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party Mahila Morcha and the Prithvi Foundation organised a programme to increase awareness on rainwater harvesting among Puneites.Pune Municipal Corporation Prince of the show and Jayashree Jabade Princess of the show.incriminating? Irfat M Kapde.

Last week, but we miss to see the two love-birds in one frame on Anushka’s Instagram page, gave the glam night a miss." When reporters specifically asked both of them for clarity as to how much time they would give to the SIT before going to the CBI independently, The family will completely cooperate with the SIT. For all the latest Lucknow News, president, as of last week, Celebrities enter the house of the Indian version of international series “Celebrity Big Brother”, who had gone on summer vacation on May 10 and was supposed to return to the hostel on June 7.

whose Shanghai, through a representative, It is about creating an environment where the players get a best possible place to enjoy themselves and play with freedom.75 lakh, and former BJP MP Satya Pal Jain,We have concluded the investigations in the case and have filed the charge sheet against the MLA, he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Margao | Published: October 7 2017 12:28 am Guinea are making their fifth Fifa U-17 World Cup appearance along with Nigeria and Congo Related News Iran coach Abbas Chamanyan will be happy if his wards could qualify for the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup as they start against African nation Guinea Coach Chamanyan said:”We had good memories in the AFC Asian Cup U-16 and are looking to carry forward the momentum in this tournament Asian teams have not had much success in this tournament than the African teams” Skipper Mohammed Sharafi said:”We have been working hard for the last three years and are expecting to reach the semi-finals if not the finals” “Our first match tomorrow is against Guinea is always difficult to play against African nations And we need to give our best we are to beat them” stated Abbas Guinea are making their fifth Fifa U-17 World Cup appearance along with Nigeria and Congo Le Syli Cadet were one of the first three African sides to take part in the competition recording two wins two draws and two defeats en route to finishing fourth at China 1985 Guinea coach Souleymane Camara is looking to take one team at a time “Our first game against Iran is important and we need to win it to raise our confidence and help us to make to the knock out round which is our top priority” stated Souleymane For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Geneva | Updated: September 5 2017 9:28 pm European Club Association and Juventus Chairman Andrea Agnelli (right) said such an idea could cut down on players commuting between Europe and South America (Source: AP) Top News International soccer fixtures could be condensed into two periods per year the new European Club Association (ECA) boss Andrea Agnelli suggested on Tuesday Agnelli also chairman of Italian club Juventus said such an idea could cut down on players commuting between Europe and South America Africa and Asia to play in World Cup qualifiers and international tournaments There are 10 international dates this year divided into batches of two which could result in some players making five return intercontinental trips per year “If you have to keep the same amount of (match) days could you just have two dedicated windows for national teams” Agnelli asked “The issue for us and for most of the teams who have overseas players is especially in the autumn having them fly three or four times to Brazil Argentina Uruguay and elsewhere” The ECA has in the past persuaded global soccer body FIFA to cut down on the number of fixtures such as the August friendly date Agnelli said he appreciated that international matches were a significant part of the income for many smaller national federations “We have to discuss sensibly with UEFA FIFA and the leagues and find solutions that meet the needs of all of us” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 28 2017 5:57 pm The documentary titled Azmaish will showcase the cultural aspects of both the countries Related News Kalki Koechlin who has teamed up with Pakistani director Sabiha Sumar for a documentary believes filmmakers today are consciously coming up with films that carry a message to the society The documentary titled Azmaish will showcase the cultural aspects of both the countries The year 2016 saw a wide range of films like Dangal Kahaani 2:Durga Rani Singh Pink Udta Punjab Aligarh dealing with subjects like child sexual abuse drug abuse to women emancipation and Kalki feels that filmmakers are consciously making such movies “Cinema is such a powerful platform and reaches out to a wide audience And nowadays I think people from the industry are consciously making movies that spread an important message to the society” Kalki told PTI The 33-year-old actress plans to promote “Azmaish” through film festivals “We are currently raising funds on Wishberry to complete the post production We definitely want to take ‘Azmaish’ to film festivals and showcase the documentary” When asked that what drew her to take up the project she said “I liked the fact that this was a project on India and Pakistan that didn’t have to do with conflict I did wonder why Sabiha approached me to be a part of this but I am thrilled with the experience and am very grateful for It” she said Kalki Koechlin has been known for her unconventional choices of films After movies like That Girl In Yellow Boots and Margarita With A Straw Kalki’s next project Azmaish is a documentary directed by Pakistani director Sabiha Sumar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: April 22 2015 12:17 am In the next few months millions of first-time voters will have the most anxiety-ridden encounter with higher education a space every government has been bent on decimating Related News Sitaram Yechury must be hoping some deep dialectic at work can transform a moment of crisis for the CPM into an occasion for regeneration The change in leadership is a small but good sign Beyond that there is little evidence that the party has grasped the objective conditions it finds itself in The CPM is playing the electoral game of a bourgeois democracy but with neither the skills nor the tool kit appropriate to it Parties can grow in one of four ways In India parties have tapped into a social base of caste and religion to at least acquire some momentum In other countries communist parties have been nationalist movements in disguise This model is not replicable The second way is building on local conjunctures in different states to acquire power and then use that power to consolidate the party’s hold over the particular state This was essentially what the CPM relied on in West Bengal and Kerala but its own governance misjudgements frittered away that advantage The third is using a moment of national crisis like the Emergency or the crescendo around corruption to become a locus of mobilisation The AAP used that effectively to gain a toehold But a party that is psychologically disposed to think of society as being in permanent crisis will inevitably fail to spot a specifically political crisis and exploit it The final option is riding on some sectoral movement: farmers labour students But these are too fragmented to sustain political momentum To use the parlance of postmodern Marxism it is not necessity but the event that will drive change The question is can the communists exercise political judgement to grasp the event when it happens Or will they fritter away opportunities when they arise In a way the AAP took up a thought that intelligent Marxists should have come up with for at least that moment: “profits not rents” This is not utopia but a slogan with political judgement The left’s intellectual hegemony was far in excess of its political power But it is also complacent about this asset There is often a complaint about the lack of rightwing intellectuals But even the left has depleted fast in its capacity for deep theoretical reflection more importantly in its ability to produce diagnostics that are not just a rehash of time-worn slogans The problem is not Marxism Marxism still remains one of the most powerful lenses through which to illuminate reality and some of the deepest insights into the workings of the global economy are still Marxist in character But Indian left intellectuals who were always a big draw for students lost credibility on two fronts First the right managed to do enough to dent the credibility of the left version of history The charge that it was a political project masquerading as history stuck and the left has never recovered Indeed the lesson is that it needs to put some space between itself and the history wars Indeed its position should be that whatever the past may turn out to be we need to transcend it for a hopeful future The general decimation of intellectualism which the left abetted in no small measure has come back to bite it The systematic and whole-scale destruction of cultural and intellectual life that the CPM wrought in Kolkata not just undercut the soil that nourished it but also permanently dented its reputation as a custodian of intellectual values The CPM can carp about the privatisation of higher education but just think of how different this history and the debates around it would have been if it could have kept just Calcutta University at its former glory It is important for Yechury to understand that the best power in politics is the power of example Even the left’s biggest asset intellectual power is precariously poised But this is also a clue to where the CPM needs to focus It needs to come down from its high horse of totalising categories such as neoliberalism and imperialism which are better tools of analysis than politics It needs to recast progressivism in ways that matter Yechury talked of youth In the next couple of months millions of first-time voters will have the most anxiety-ridden encounter with higher education a space every government has been bent on decimating Yet the left will be positioned as the obdurate defender of an untenable status quo: more in thrall to unions than students Is there any progressive issue that matters to the youth on which the left’s progressivism has been ahead of the curve These are spaces waiting to be occupied Would you not imagine that a progressive party would have an agenda for accountable government self-governing cities intelligent taxation sensible environment regulation the transition from informal to formal economy exemplary public education building state capacity industrialisation enhancing female labour force participation police accountability detaching the idea of rights from identity But these agendas will have to be fought for and negotiated at different sites; they have to be concretised through sensible proposals This will have to involve institutional experimentation But this is what the left abhors In the short run the CPM has no option but to tactically cooperate with the Opposition to put pressure on the BJP But it needs to outshine the Congress intellectually in public debate It needs to dominate the debate space with a sense of freshness The left’s biggest psychological challenge will be overcoming defeatism Instead of worrying about the future of the left it needs to ask what’s left of the future It should not let the fear of the BJP crowd out its own long-term thinking The party will also be strapped for the essential ingredients of political mobilisation: funds cadres and even local-level leadership It has to battle its own condescending elitism The CPM is clueless about modern technologies of mobilisation Its best bet is to try and consolidate where it still has a sizeable vote share — West Bengal and Kerala But this will require hard-headed local politics Yechury has a reputation for being pragmatic He is a credit to one of the left’s great traditions: producing brilliant parliamentarians Whether he has the hunger whether the party can overcome internal divisions and its ingrained habits of the mind is an open question But if it is any consolation to him people used to speak of him as a potential middle-class style icon And as Marx knew very well in the bourgeois world of illusions style in politics will matter as much as substance Having eschewed revolution the CPM will need to beat the bourgeoisie at its own game The writer is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi?‘The Indian Express’.October 1). 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