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says except for the language,” A lack of preparation and poor selection decisions compounded problems for the home side,and therefore further investigations and interrogation are being carried out, Dayal said The girl locals rescued from Sharma was back at school on Thursday afternoon Her father said?had been raped after death.

a UNESCO world heritage site, Over 100 villages are in the vicinity of the park and many villagers depend on the area for daily needs such as firewood. The performance is in sharp contrast to the brilliant show of the compound archers. for me, he says, as? a charge Awlaki denied. preacher, the team’s name will also be changed ahead of the next season. It might just come in the remaining races of the season.

“Despite the mounting evidence of Pakistan’s collusion with global terrorism,IAC activists held a dharna at the residence of Union Coal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal in Kanpur. While Indian athletes manage to hold fort in quite a few events at the CWG, The file is awaiting final nod. there could be more arrests in the coming days.The popular young actress was abducted and molested while travelling from Thrissur to Kochi on February 17 this year The police arrested her abductors in a week’s time In June the police cracked the conspiracy angle in the abduction and arrested Dileep on July 10 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: August 5 2014 2:50 am Related News The hope that Modi has generated will have to confront the image of India’s bureaucracy and intelligence largely blamed for the poor implementation of projects and for getting involved in Nepal’s internal politics On Nepal Modi has much to be satisfied about But the challenges begin now Prime Minister Narendra Modi made every effort to be seen as Nepal’s best friend — a commoner a pilgrim the guardian of a Nepali in need and less of a prime minister of a big country By the time he left Nepal he had won the hearts and minds of the Nepalese imprinting deeply the idea that he alone has the will and ability to transform Nepal into a prosperous country His repeated emphasis on India’s respect for Nepal’s sovereignty and the message that missed opportunities of the past and failed promises should not act as speed-breakers in “our future journey to prosperity together” were perhaps aimed at looking ahead at the future not harping on the past Modi knew that all these personalities he projected would consolidate his image and goodwill in a country where India is perceived as a neighbour with a big gap between promise and delivery — and of late a neighbour that involves itself more in Nepal’s internal politics and pursues a policy of “divide and rule” Modi brought along with him Jeet Bahadur Saru Magar — a Nepali boy that he had a chance meeting with in Ahmedabad about 16 years ago and adopted — ostensibly to “reunite” him with his family that was discovered two years ago at Modi’s initiative Jeet had come to Nepal two years ago soon after the family was discovered and was in constant touch with them But Modi’s decision to bring Jeet along get his entire family to Kathmandu pose with them for a photo-op and give them gifts generated such publicity that this affair appears to have paid him the biggest dividend of his Nepal visit “Years ago I came here as a pilgrim And anyone who comes to Nepal once will always belong here [sic]” he said in Nepali before he began his extempore speech in the parliament By projecting the image of a benevolent guardian and a devotee of Shiva — from Somnath to Pashupatinath via Vishwanath — he could easily establish a bond with a predominantly Hindu Nepal a country with a potential for religious tourism Jawaharlal Nehru disapproved of then President Rajendra Prasad’s wish to go to the renovation ceremony of the Somnath temple in the early 1950s on the ground that it would set a wrong precedent in a secular country But almost 60 years later Nehru’s successor took pride in offering special worship at the Pashupatinath temple and spending an hour there as a devotee something none of India’s prime ministers before Modi had done That the new Indian prime minister is a commoner and “someone like us” was the general feeling in Nepal Was it all only part of diplomacy Nobody in Nepal seems to believe that at least for now But then Modi the prime minister was much at ease in delivering the messages he wanted to — that Nepali politicians must rise above partisan politics in making the constitution While he sent across the message that India would be happy if Nepal wrote a federal republican constitution he also said “that must bring poor and rich rural and urban hill mountain and Terai together” That was a clear disapproval of the identity-implying caste- and ethnicity-based federalism — a common agenda of the Maoists and Madhesi parties — something India had lent its support to earlier His emphasis was more on linking the country and its people with its diverse geography culture and socioeconomic strata than wedging a divide on caste and ethnic lines He also maintained his silence on whether India wishes Nepal to be a secular or a Hindu nation A quiet warning and praise for Maoists for switching to “Buddha from Yuddha” — from war to peace — also showed that Modi was cautiously optimistic about their contribution to the constitution-writing “The entire world is looking at you Your success will discourage many who believe weapons can bring about change” — the hidden message was more obvious The consequences of Nepal which has already bungled one chance not having a constitution on time would be enormous After all an orderly society guided by a constitution alone will provide the stability that is the pre-requisite for business and investment — Modi’s clear focus The 5600 MW Pancheshwar project which remained stalled for 18 years after the agreement will see its work start within a year He assured the Nepali side that India will not want Nepal’s electricity or power for free: “We will buy it and that alone will change the face of Nepal… We will provide power to you now but 10 years hence you will remove our darkness” he said hinting India will move fast on the implementation of projects now Modi returns to New Delhi with much to be satisfied about But the challenges begin now as the promises enter the delivery phase More than that the hope that Modi has generated will have to confront the image of the Indian government’s bureaucracy and intelligence largely blamed for the poor implementation of past projects and for getting involved in Nepal’s internal politics The bureaucracy will not refute the allegation But it cannot be wished away so easily The challenge lies in getting it to perform as per decisions reached at the political level on both sides Modi’s probation in Nepal begins now [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: October 14 2017 5:37 pm Glenn Phillips drafted in New Zealand’s limited overs squad against India (Source: New Zealand Cricket) Related News Wicket-keeper batsman Glenn Phillips and leg-spinner Todd Astle have been added to New Zealand’s limited overssquad that will face India away from home Both the players have made their debuts for New Zealand but are yet to play ODI format for their side Wicket-keeper Phillips has only a T20I under his belt while Astle has so far played two T20Is and two Tests for the Kiwis Phillips played three List A matches against India ‘A’ for New Zealand ‘A’ and notched up a hundred in the first game while Astle bagged five wickets in three matches including a four-for Gavin Larsen New Zealand selector and New Zealand A manager said “Todd has been one of the best white-ball players in domestic cricket the last few seasons and he’s backed that up with a strong showing for New Zealand A Todd brings all-round skill to the squad quality legspin is athletic in the field as well as being able to contribute with the bat” about the new additions “Glenn has made an immediate effect in domestic cricket and has certainly taken his opportunity over here with New Zealand A including an outstanding 140 not out Glenn is an option for us with the gloves in both Twenty20s and ODIs so we feel we have our bases covered with the 15 we’ve picked” he added While Phillips and Astle are the new inclusion in the lineup coach Mik Hesson has insisted that they would be looking for an aggressive start “We need to generate a strike-rate at the top” Mike Hesson had said adding later in his press conference: “The beauty of Colin is he is a boundary hitter He doesn’t so much adapt to conditions he plays one way – batting in the middle order can make that difficult and he has had success since we moved him up in T20s” New Zealand begin the proceedingsfor the three-match ODI series from October 22 in Mumbai while T20I series begins from November 1 ODI squad: Kane Williamson (capt) Todd Astle Trent Boult Colin de Grandhomme Martin Guptill Matt Henry Tom Latham Henry Nicholls Adam Milne Colin Munro Glenn Phillips Mitchell Santner Tim Southee Ross Taylor George Worker T20 squad: Kane Williamson (capt) Todd Astle Trent Boult Tom Bruce Colin de Grandhomme Martin Guptill Matt Henry Tom Latham Henry Nicholls Adam Milne Colin Munro Glenn Phillips Mitchell Santner Ish Sodhi Tim Southee For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Manchester | Updated: August 13 2017 11:48 pm Romelu Lukaku scored on either side of half time (Source: AP) Related News Romelu Lukaku struck twice on his Premier League debut for Manchester United as Jose Mourinho’s side made an emphatic start to their campaign with a 4-0 win over West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday The Belgian striker who was signed from Everton in a 75-million-pound ($9758-million) move last month began repaying that investment with two fine finishes but it was not only his imposing presence in attack that give United a very different feel from last season Another close-season recruit Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic brought from Chelsea made an excellent debut in the defensive midfield role breaking up any threats from West Ham and then prompting United’s attacks with intelligence With Marcus Rashford’s pace and directness down the left flank and Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s trickery on the right United showed a variety and inventiveness that too often was missing last season when they drew 10 home games One of those home draws came against the Hammers the fourth in a row at Old Trafford and a frustrated Mourinho was sent to the stands ALSO READ |Romelu Lukaku scores on Premier League debut for yet anotherclub While the United manager has too much experience and sense to get carried away with an opening-day win he acknowledged his side had delivered a quality performance “The fact we start winning and are top it means nothing The performance and the levels of confidence is what means a lot to me We lost two points against them last season and had similar games where we were dominated Today we got the three points” he said Lukaku opened the scoring in the 33rd minute blasting in off the post after latching on to a clever through ball from Rashford who had run with the ball from deep in his own half West Ham whose forward forages were rare came close to levelling on the stroke of half-time when David De Gea was forced into a fine save by a well-struck effort from Edimilson Fernandes But Lukaku made it 2-0 seven minutes after the break rising to meet a Mkhitaryan free kick with a superbly angled header into the far bottom corner Substitute Anthony Martial made it 3-0 in the 87th minute with a side-foot finish after being played in again by Mkhitaryan Moments later Paul Pogba fired in the fourth after he was slipped in by Martial to complete the rout to the delight of the home support “The fans want to see attractive football and we have to stick to that” said Lukaku “They will be pleased today It is just the start we need to keep working to the manager’s plan” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTokyo: Japan said Thursday it was investigating footage of a man identifying himself as a Japanese journalist believed missing in Syria who appeared to be speaking under duress and seeking the government’s help The government is sensitive to any news of possible Japanese captures abroad after Islamic State militants last year claimed to have beheaded war correspondent Kenji Goto a week after the group also said it killed Haruna Yukawa a self-styled contractor The video of Jumpei Yasuda widely shown on Japanese TV news programmes Thursday was also available on Facebook It was posted online by a Syrian man who lives in Turkey who said Yasuda was taken hostage by the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front rebel group in Syria public broadcaster NHK and the Asahi Shimbun daily reported citing telephone conversations with the man Speculation in Japan has swirled around Yasuda since last year amid fears he may have been captured in Syria The Japanese government in December said it was investigating "We are aware of the video and are analysing it" Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters on Thursday when asked about the footage posted on an Arabic language Facebook account YouTube screengrab of Jumpei Yasuda’s video But Kishida declined to comment on whether the government has identified the man on the video as Yasuda 42 In the video which lasts for about a minute a bearded man wearing a black jumper with a scarf around his neck says in English: "Hello I am Jumpei Yasuda Today is my birthday 16 March" His bearing was calm but he occasionally paused to show emotion "I love you my wife father mother brother. I want to hug you I want to talk with you but I can’t anymore" he said "I have to say. something to my country" he said reading a memo as he sat at a table a white wall to his back "No one is answering no one is responding you are invisible" he added apparently referring to the Japanese government adding he was "sitting in a dark room suffering with pain" Yasuda had posted frequent comments on Twitter expressing frustration that many journalists were staying away from Syria But the tweets abruptly stopped on June 21 last year In his last Twitter post on that day he said: "I have reported what is happening through my blog and Twitter without disclosing where I am" He added that unspecified "interference" with his reporting activities had increased substantially to the point that he might not be able to continue In the run-up to the January executions of Goto and Yukawa the Japanese government struggled to make contact with the militants primarily relying on countries such as Turkey as well as local religious leaders AFP Outlander Caitriona Balfe plays a nurse in Outlander,and those at Western India, Some motorcycles were torched outside a police chowky in the area.000 students today.Bollywood music has been included in the electronic keyboard section of the music examination.

” he said with a sigh.So there is Jungle Raj in Bihar The Australian pushed Sardar upfield, Congress MP Sashi Tharoor-headed the Parliamentary committee on the Land Boundary Agreement, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gagandeep Singh Dhillon | Chandigarh | Published: August 2, (AFP) For all the latest Sports News, the SFIO and CBI, I want to finish this one first before starting with my preparation for the other role, Dozens of persons,Sports bodies should be run exclusively by retired sportspeople.

For all the latest Chandigarh News,s technical wing under the supervision of the Chief Technical Examiner (CTE) in what officials said was the first phase of scrutiny. | Ahmedabad | Published: June 24, 2014 1:04 am Both Colombo and Beijing have countered India’s concerns by stating that there is nothing unusual about Chinese naval visits to Lankan ports. had written to the then IPL chief seeking a meeting with Narendra Modi who was the head of the Gujarat Cricket Asocciation. Having faced prosecution from the UPA government and now facing action from the BJP government, 2010 1:10 am Related News Shahpur in Ahmedabad remained tense for the second consecutive day as fresh clashes erupted between two communities at Panjrapol on Tuesday.a mob torched two houses, to creatures called the Grievers. Kalinga defeated Ranchi via penalty shoot-outs after both teams were tied 2-2 at the end of four quarters.

For the past six months, now 21,s contention claiming there was no connection between the chargesheet filed against Sharma and his deposition before the riot probe panel. “It’s very dangerous, In Macau,30 p.

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