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never mind a junior version. much to the disbelief of all at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium to leave the hosts trailing in the shootout. the Kerala goalkeeper making amends for his two blunders that led to goals in the regulation time. I find that the verdict infringes on the rights of an individual, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: December 22, “I was particularly happy with how I competed. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | Published: August 7, For all the latest Entertainment News, and to ensure that we conducted an inquiry.from taking control of the first Test against India in Pune.

the umpires extended the first session of day three by 30 minutes.India bowled out Australia in that time But before that Steve Smith had slammed his 18th Test century as Australia cemented a stronghold on the Test match With an overall lead of 440 India now face a daunting task of chasing 441 It may be recalled that only once has score of been made in 4th innings to win a Test in India and that was 4-387 by India against England in Chennai in 2008 Australia began the day with 298 runs ahead and six wickets in hand Captain Smith was already given plenty of lifelines and Mitchell Marsh on the other end kept ticking the scoreboard over Jadeja was all over Marsh today and finally nabbed in the 53rd over of the innings Meanwhile despite wickets falling on the other end at regular intervals Smith stroked his way to a brilliant century which came up in the 70th over as he maneuvered the ball for a couple of runs This was a special special knock from the Australian captain and he celebrated it with equal vigour by punching the air in delight This was his 10th hundred as captain Among the most consecutive Test 100’s versus a team Smith now joins the elusive list of Shoaib Mohammad and Jack Kallis with 5 against India Only the legendary Don Bradman has more with 6 against England As far as the Indian bowling is concerned is Jadeja led from the front with 3/65 Umesh Yadav did not bag as many wickets but bowled with a lot of heart as he reversed the bowled and kept troubling the batsman He ended up with figures of Meanwhiel R Ashwin was not at his best but bagged 4/119 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: December 26 2016 7:59 pm Top News Army Marksmanship Unit’s (AMU) Satyendra Singh got the better of teammate and Olympian Chain Singh to clinch the gold medal in men’s 50m rifle 3 positions event on the concluding day of 60th National Shooting Championship in Pune on Monday Satyendra qualified for the eight-man final in second position behind Chain Singh with a score of 1164 which was identical to Chain’s effort but had nine fewer inner 10s In the final though he managed to turn the tables on his more internationally accomplished teammate amassing a score of 4509 in the stipulated 45 shots to Chain’s 4484 Rahul Poonia of the Navy won the bronze by shooting 4391 In the junior men’s 50m rifle 3 positions event Subhankar Pramanick of West Bengal capped off a brilliant year adding the national title to the Junior World Cup gold he had won earlier in the year The World Cup gold was in the rifle prone event which amply shows Subhankar’s versatility Subhankar qualified for the final in second position shooting a score of 1132 behind Syed Araib Pervez of Madhya Pradesh who shot 1133 He was however a class apart in the finals shooting a score of 4421 in the stipulated 45 shots a good 118 points ahead of silver medallist Harshit Binjwa of Madhya Pradesh V Sarvesh Swaroop of Tamil Nadu won the bronze finishing with a score of 4186 in the finals Subhankar also won a silver in the 50m rifle 3 positions Civilian championships in the junior section to conclude a successful day at the range For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Nottingham | Published: September 16 2016 6:27 pm Top News Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales would not be touring Bangladesh (Source: File) England selection chief JamesWhitaker expects Eoin Morgan to lead the one-day side in Indiaeven though he has opted out of the upcoming tour ofBangladesh on security grounds Morgan England’s one-day international captain and AlexHales who opened in both Test and limited overs cricket thisseason informed the selectors before Friday’s squadannouncement they would not be touring Bangladesh Former Ireland batsman Morgan has won plaudits foroverseeing an England revival in 50-over cricket followingtheir embarrassing first-round exit at last year’s World Cup “Eoin has done exceptionally well as captain” nationalselector Whitaker told reporters at Trent Bridge afterannouncing the squads for the Bangladesh tour “Over the last couple of years he’s established a reallygood leadership base He’s down a marvellous job “It’s slightly disappointing that he’s turned thisopportunity down but we expect him to be captain in India”Whitaker a former England batsman added: “At the sametime we’ll review as we do after every series And all I’llsay is I expect him to be captain in India” The tour which begins on September 30 and will includetwo Tests and three ODIs had been called into question afteran attack on a cafe in Dhaka in July which saw 20 hostageskilled including 18 foreigners However the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) gavethe tour the go-ahead after an inspection visit to Bangladeshled by team security chief Reg Dickason Michael Vaughan a former England captain was scathingabout Morgan’s decision not to travel to Bangladesh “Morgan has made a huge mistake” Vaughan wrote in hisDaily Telegraph column on Monday “You tell (your team) to be strong so they can go theextra yard “I do not see how he can look them in the eye and askthem to do that in the future” But Jos Buttler who earlier this week was appointed tolead the one-day side in Bangladesh said he regarded himselfas a stand-in skipper and that he expected Morgan to regainthe captaincy for England’s three ODIs and three Twenty20s inIndia in January and February “He’s very much still the captain of the England ODIside” said Buttler of Morgan on Monday “He’s done a fantastic job over the last 18 months He’s been one of the main reasons if not the mainreason for the turnaround in fortunes” the dynamic26-year-old Lancashire wicket-keeper/batsman insisted “The style of cricket he’s got the side playing issomething we want to continue and keep playing that brand ofcricket” Buttler added: “He (Morgan) has made the decision that isright for him and it is not one he has taken lightly…Peopleshould respect that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 2 2015 12:23 am Nitin Gadkari Related News UNION MINISTER Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday said the issue of national security should not be politicised but for votebank politics terrorists and terror organisations were being appeased He was responding to a question on the alleged political link of suspected ISI agents who were arrested in Kolkata on Sunday The Kolkata Police STF had arrested three of a family for their alleged links to the Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) They were identified as Irshad Ansari (51) his son Asfaq Ansari (23) and relative Mohammed Jahangir Significantly while Irshad was an active member of Trinamool Congress-backed labour union of the port area Asfaq was the general secretary of Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad — the ruling Trinamool’s student wing — at a college in south Kolkata While local TMCP leaders have admitted that Irshad was a Trinamool worker state TMCP president Ashok Rudra had claimed that Asfaq was “removed two months ago over anti-party activities” On Tuesday without naming the Trinamool Gadkari said: “For the sake of votebank politics the situation today is such that appeasement of terrorists and terror organisations is happening which is not good On the question of country’s security there is no scope for politics” He was speaking to mediapersons on the sidelines of the AGM of the Bharat Chamber of Commerce “We have to fight terrorism collectively and globally… even Muslim countries are fighting against terrorism… Pakistan after losing three battles has become convinced that it cannot defeat India in a battle and thus has started a proxy war They have started sending terrorists to India to upset the Hindu-Muslim communal harmony that exists here” Gadkari said Speaking about “intolerance” Gadkari emphasised that his government’s aim was development for all He claimed that Congress was levelling unfounded allegations against the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi which “it is doing intentionally to create a sense of fear in a community for the sake of votes” “Some are indulging in such malpractices intentionally because they can’t stomach the progress under BJP and Narendra Modi” he added “Unfortunately even in Parliament allegations are being made against the Home Minister which are not true…” Gadkari said CPM’s Mohammad Salim in Lok Sabha on Monday had angered the treasury benches with a remark about Home Minister Rajnath Singh Salim had relied on a report in Outlook magazine that had attributed the remark to Rajnath in the aftermath of the election of Narendra Modi as PM After the controversy broke in Parliament Outlook clarified the quote was wrongly attributed to Rajnath and tweeted: “It was not our intention to denigrate the home minister or Parliament Outlook sincerely regrets the embarrassment caused to Mr Rajnath Singh and Mr Mohammad Salim” The tweet provided a link to a page where Outlook said “… A remark (‘first Hindu ruler after 800 years’) made by the late Ashok Singhal of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad was erroneously attributed to… Rajnath Singh” Without taking Salim’s name Gadkari said: “Whoever has levelled the allegation against the Home Minister yesterday in Parliament either prove it or resign Parliament should not be a place for unfounded allegations” On awards being returned by poets and authors Gadkari said: “I want to ask one question The writer (M M Kalburgi) was killed in Karnataka The Congress is in power there and law and order is a state subject The Dadri lynching incident happened in UP under the SP regime But BJP is being blamed… It is being intentionally done to ensure that the law and order situation of the country deteriorates” “No one returned their awards after the Mumbai attacks Some writers affiliated to the Communist ideology and who cannot see Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India are blaming us for things that the BJP is not directly or indirectly involved in” he claimed Fear was one of the “biggest capitals” being used by some parties to portray a brutal image of Modi and the BJP added Gadkari Asked to comment on state BJP chief Rahul Sinha saying on Monday that “if BJP was not voted to power in the 2016 Assembly polls Bengal will turn into Pakistan” Gadkari said: “Media picks up one phrase from a speech and runs it as breaking news without any reference to what has been said before or after it… I am the former president of BJP and a responsible leader I am saying that our motto is ‘Sabka ka Saath Sabka Vikas’ There will be no discrimination on the basis of caste creed or religion…” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted for the first time on Sunday by posting a five-minute promotional film on the state’s culture Mehbooba tweeted the link of the film ‘The Warmest Place on Earth’ which she released on Saturday hailing the richness of the culture hospitality and warmth of the people of the state an official spokesman said "In her first tweet the chief minister made a mention of the film to elucidate the hospitable and warm nature of the people" the spokesman said Kashmir our homehttps://tco/fgbEfTI9KV — Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) September 24 2017 Mehbooba had a Twitter account for a while now but she had not tweeted anything so far The chief minister has nearly 25000 followers but she is not following anyone Meantime the national conference leader Omar Abdullah welcomed Mufti for her first tweet three years after joining the micro-blogging site 25000 followers later @MehboobaMufti finally broke her silence on twitter with a tourism promotion video Welcome to Twitter CM Sahiba https://tco/qnH8fmYpVv — Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) September 25 2017 On Monday Omar tweeted "25000 followers later @MehboobaMufti finally broke her silence on twitter with a tourism promotion video Welcome to Twitter CM Sahiba" The five-minute film titled ‘Warmest Place on Earth’ which aims to counter the negative perception about the Valley has drawn over 16 million views in less than 48 hours after its release The opposition leader had hit out at the chief minister for terming the situation in Kashmir peaceful There is something disconcerting about the CM claiming this just days after her minister survived an attack that killed 3 people https://tco/onyBDnw7al — Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) September 24 2017 He was reacting to a news report which quoted Mehbooba saying that the situation in Kashmir was peaceful and it was the media which was creating negative perception about the Valley By: AP | Published: March 11 2017 12:58 pm lthough Apple Google and Microsoft say they have fixed many of the vulnerabilities alluded to in the CIA documents it’s not known how many holes remain open (Source: AP) Related News If the tech industry is drawing one lesson from the latest WikiLeaks disclosures it’s that data-scrambling encryption works and the industry should use more of it Documents purportedly outlining a massive CIA surveillance program suggest that CIA agents must go to great lengths to circumvent encryption they can’t break In many cases physical presence is required to carry off these targeted attacks Watch all our videos from Express Technology “We are in a world where if the US government wants to get your data they can’t hope to break the encryption” said Nicholas Weaver who teaches networking and security at the University of California Berkeley “They have to resort to targeted attacks and that is costly risky and the kind of thing you do only on targets you care about Seeing the CIA have to do stuff like this should reassure civil libertarians that the situation is better now than it was four years ago” MORE ENCRYPTION Four years ago is when former NSA contractor Edward Snowden revealed details of huge and secret US eavesdropping programs To help thwart spies and snoops the tech industry began to protectively encrypt email and messaging apps a process that turns their contents into indecipherable gibberish without the coded “keys” that can unscramble them The NSA revelations shattered earlier assumptions that internet data was nearly impossible to intercept for meaningful surveillance said Joseph Lorenzo Hall chief technologist at the Washington-based civil-liberties group Center for Democracy & Technology That was because any given internet message gets split into a multitude of tiny “packets” each of which traces its own unpredictable route across the network to its destination In the past spy agencies like the CIA could have hacked servers at WhatsApp or similar services to see what people were saying ( Source: AP) The realization that spy agencies had figured out that problem spurred efforts to better shield data as it transits the internet A few services such as Facebook’s WhatsApp followed the earlier example of Apple’s iMessage and took the extra step of encrypting data in ways even the companies couldn’t unscramble a method called end-to-end encryption CHALLENGES FOR AUTHORITIES In the past spy agencies like the CIA could have hacked servers at WhatsApp or similar services to see what people were saying End-to-end encryption though makes that prohibitively difficult So the CIA has to resort to tapping individual phones and intercepting data before it is encrypted or after it’s decoded It’s much like the old days when “they would have broken into a house to plant a microphone” said Steven Bellovin a Columbia University professor who has long studied cybersecurity issues Cindy Cohn executive director for Electronic Frontier Foundation a group focused on online privacy likened the CIA’s approach to “fishing with a line and pole rather than fishing with a driftnet” Encryption has grown so strong that even the FBI had to seek Apple’s help last year in cracking the locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers Apple resisted what it considered an intrusive request and the FBI ultimately broke into the phone by turning to an unidentified party for a hacking tool — presumably one similar to those the CIA allegedly had at its disposal BI Director James Comey acknowledged the challenges posed by encryption ( Source: AP) On Wednesday FBI Director James Comey acknowledged the challenges posed by encryption He said there should be a balance between privacy and the FBI’s ability to lawfully access information He also said the FBI needs to recruit talented computer personnel who might otherwise go to work for Apple or Google Government officials have long wanted to force tech companies to build “back doors” into encrypted devices so that the companies can help law enforcement descramble messages with a warrant But security experts warn that doing so would undermine security and privacy for everyone As Apple CEO Tim Cook pointed out last year a back door for good guys can also be a back door for bad guys So far efforts to pass such a mandate have stalled STILL A PATCHWORK At the moment though end-to-end encrypted services such as iMessage and WhatsApp are still the exception While encryption is far more widely used than it was in 2013 many messaging companies encode user data in ways that let them read or scan it Authorities can force these companies to divulge message contents with warrants or other legal orders With end-to-end encryption the companies wouldn’t even have the keys to do so Further expanding the use of end-to-end encryption presents some challenges That’s partly because encryption will make it more difficult to perform popular tasks such as searching years of emails for mentions of a specific keyword Google announced in mid-2014 that it was working on end-to-end encryption for email but the tools have yet to materialize beyond research environments At the moment though end-to-end encrypted services such as iMessage and WhatsApp are still the exception (Source: AP) Instead Google’s Gmail encrypts messages in transit But even that isn’t possible unless it’s adopted by the recipient’s mail system as well And encryption isn’t a panacea as the WikiLeaks disclosures suggest According to the purported CIA documents spies have found ways to exploit holes in phone and computer software to grab messages when they haven’t been encrypted yet Although Apple Google and Microsoft say they have fixed many of the vulnerabilities alluded to in the CIA documents it’s not known how many holes remain open Also Read:WikiLeaks wants to work with tech companies after CIA data leak “There are different levels where attacks take place said Daniel Castro vice president with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation “We may have secured one level (with encryption) but there are other weaknesses out there we should be focused on as well” Cohn said people should still use encryption even with these bypass techniques “It’s better than nothing” she said “The answer to the fact that your front door might be cracked open isn’t to open all your windows and walk around naked too” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Ranchi | Published: October 8 2009 4:52 pm Related News It is only after the killing of inspector Francis Induwar that the police department has initiated the process to clear his pay certificate for reimbursing his salary pending since March when he was transfered on promotion Induwarwho was found beheaded by Maoists two days agoremained without salary for six months as he could not cut through the elaborate red tape after his transfer on promotion from Bokaro to the state Special Branch in March this year “As soon as I joined yesterdayI cleared his last pay certificate I am looking into why it took so long” Bokaro superintendent of police Saket Kumar Singh said today Singh has succeeded SP Laxman Prasad Singh after the recent reshuffle in the ranks of district police chiefs Inspector-General of Police (Special Branch) B B Pradhan explained that once transferreda policeman has to handover charges of old cases and deposit weapons given to him and the delay could be due to thisbesides some others “The LPC is cleared by different sections in the district police concerned after the transferred policeman hands over everythingincluding case diary and weaponsunder his possession” Pradhan said here The IGhoweversaid his salary would be cleared immediately Induwar was kidnapped on September 30 by the Maoists from Hembrom Bazaar in Khunti districtabout 70 km from here But days later he was killed by Maoists who demanded release of their three arrested leadersincluding Kobad Ghandyin exchange for the officer For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Narendra Modi government seems to have inherited Amitabh Bachchan’s famous coin fromSholay For whichever way it falls the government claims it has won Its latest spin on demonetisation is yet another example of the government’s ‘heads we win tails we win’ arrogance But economy is not cinema So don’t believe for a moment that the government was expecting almost all of the demonetised currency to return to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI says almost 99 percent of it has come back) It was instead optimistic that black money hoarders would throw a huge chunk of the banned Rs 500 and 1000 notes down some drain – literally The first indication of the government’s optimism came from none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself In Japan on 12 November four days after his government banned the use of Rs 500 and 1000 notes at the stroke of midnight the prime minister was in a jovial mood First he told his audience how he had made Rs 500 and 100 notes vanish "Ghar main shaadi hai par paise nahin hai (there a marriage in thehousehold but there is no money)" he laughed Then he made another important observation "Pehle Gangaji me koi ek rupiya bhi nahi daalta tha par ab usi Ganga nadi me 1000/500ke note beh rahe hai(In River Ganga where people didn’t even donate one rupee now there are notes of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes flowing)" he said to a raucous applause What exactly was the prime minister telling us Listening to him back then made us believe that the government was convinced there was so much black money lying around in Indian homes that people were desperate to get rid of it in any way possible even if it meant dumping it in the Ganges It also underlined the government’s central belief – the one it is now denying in a classical exhibition of goal-post shifting – in the demonetisation move: That a huge amount of money would not return to the system thus giving it windfall gains This optimism was expressed by the government and many cheerleaders of demonetisation Arguing in favour of the note ban the then Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the Supreme Court that of the total estimated money in circulation of Rs 15-16 lakh crore the government expected people to deposit Rs 10-11 lakh crore "The rest Rs four-five lakh crore were being used in northeast and Jammu and Kashmir to fuel trouble in India That will be neutralised" he had said This view was partly endorsed by economist Jagdish Bhagwati a known supporter of the Modi government who believed around a third of the total currency in circulation on 8 November was black money and out of this Rs one trillion may not return Turns out reports of the death of black money were grossly exaggerated Instead of dumping their cash – hard-earned or ill-gotten – Indians were finding innovative ways to stash it in the banks This has now been affirmed by the RBI’s report stating almost 99 percent of the junked notes were returned Demonetisation with the benefit of fresh figures has turned out to be an exercise in shooting in the dark To create a big bang the Modi government picked up the gun and fired in all directions naming a few targets: black money counterfeit currency and terror financing It missed all of them by a huge margin Almost all the junked notes returned to banks leaving the task of identifying black money to the IT department whose job it always was from the very beginning Counterfeit currency was almost zero percent of the returned notes And terror strikes have gone on unabated even months after the ban Midway through the drive concerned about the flow of money back to the banks the government argued the aim of demonetisation was a less-cash economy This too has turned out to be a pipedream with cashless transactions staying almost at pre-demonetisation levels According to a report in The Indian Express in value terms November 2016 recorded Rs 94 lakh crore in electronic payments which grew to Rs 104 lakh crore in December surged in March to Rs 149 lakh crore then declined to Rs 107 lakh crore during July — a five-month low Now that even a lay man can see that the demonetisation coin fell on Modi government’s head leaving behind a large bump it is busy claiming success by citing achievements that were not even part of the original plan Only fans ofSholaywill buy the government’s post-truths and claims of success by being mute bystanders to ABVP’s attack on teachers and students. Allahyar Sayyad (49th) and Vahid Namdari (75th) at the Nehru Stadium here. she says. Earlier, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 1, Around 11 pm on Thursday. who was working under the ‘sports quota’ in 2012, ? For all the latest Kolkata News.

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