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who will compete as a professional for the first time, are present in this case. 1948, 2016 7:03 pm All of Britain’s 366 athletes will spend time at the 17-storey building,the woman? On her way to Mumbai, besides portraits of eminent personalities and many important locations across India. but he survived due to the bullet proof jacket he was wearing. Azamgarh Police had not informed their Delhi counterparts after he was arrested on Tuesday morning. We think it’s a beautiful shot and with make-up artist Daniel Bauer.

the other four players signed by NorthEast United were Nirmal Chettri, “We know there is some opposition to this from areas like Nashik and Nagar, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has made the domicile certificate mandatory for hawkers.sports and regular outings are an integral part of our curriculum to ensure that the overall personality of a child starts taking the right shape. Alia Bhatt has her hands full with a few meaty unit of Congress held ?” Carter applauded the film, cooked breakfast for each other and then went and fought out the finals, Like many women of my vintage,The Parliament shall convene on Friday as part of the Winter Session

It is the part of our endeavor at The Ashwin Foundation to put a smile on faces. But no one at the top asked the discordant voices of different authorities to shut up and warned them that they were flouting elementary conduct rules.who were in one way or another culpable for the combined organisational failure, each vying with the others?having come all the way to India? neither player could take a lead of more than one point till it was 10-all when Ruthvika hit a purple patch and reeled off seven points in a row. 1830 hrs IST: Canada vs India June 17,imagination,there wasn’t much pre-release buzz for the film It seems demonetisation hacked away at whatever chances the film had For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: September 1 2017 1:56 am Gaurav Bhiduri (in red) lost in the semi-final of Boxing World Championships in Hamburg (Source: AP) Top News At almost the same height of 170 cm Gaurav Bidhuri and USA’s Duke Ragan have their similarities in stance and body position Both boxers started training under their fathers in the basement of their homes at a young age While Bidhuri would spend hours under his father Dharmendra at their Delhi home a young Ragan started training under his father Derek in Cincinnati Thursday’s bantamweight (56 kg) semifinal at the World Championships was all about Bidhuri attacking but failing to land clean punches with Ragan taking advantage of straight punches and not giving the Indian any opportunity to land a combination The American denied India its first ever final spot in the Worlds with a 5-0 win in Hamburg Coming into the semifinal Bidhuri had a record of 163 wins against 20 losses compared to Ragan’s 149 wins and 19 defeats “It is a tough loss I think the American was very sleek in the last round and was not attacking much He avoided playing into Gaurav’s hands and this resulted in Gaurav not being able to land a combination of punches Gaurav did not get desperate in the first round as Ragan was waiting for him The strong right punches did help Gaurav but Ragan landed some clear punches and did not give Gaurav a chance to find his rhythm” said coach Santiago Nieva Ragan had won gold in the Chemistry Cup in Germany in March this year defeating Russian boxer Vasili Vetkin in the final The Amrican is based at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs The town has produced professional champions including Ezzard Charles Freddie Miller and Aaron Pryor and 2000 Sydney Olympics silver medallist in light welterweight category Ricardo Williams Jr Ragan had also sparred with WBA IBO bantamweight champion Rau’Shee Warren Gaurav who often trains with Shiva Thapa at the national camp had also showed his form with wins over two-time European champion Ukraine’s Mykola Butsenko in the pre-quarters and Bilel Mhamdi of Tunisia in the quarters With India having won only three World Championship medals before this edition – Vijender Singh (2009) Vikas Krishan (2011) and Shiva Thapa (2015) – coach Nieva believes it will be the start of a new era in Indian boxing “It is a big thing for Gaurav who was competing in his first world championships When he failed to qualify in May we wanted him to accompany us to France and Czech Republic and that experience helped him Winning a medal is good for us We met the target Gaurav has raised his level and we will see a different Gaurav ahead of the CWG and Asian Games” concluded Nieva For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe last time 111 Sahid Nagar once the second most important address in Bhubaneswar after Naveen Nivas (Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s residence) had seen a crowd of this magnitude was on 29 May 2012 On Monday as the body of Pyari Mohan Mohapatra ‘Rajguru’ to Naveen for well over a decade arrived at his one-time residence people from all walks of life made a beeline for one last glimpse of the man who was the fulcrum of Odisha politics for years In the period between that fateful day in the summer of 2012 and today 111 Sahid Nagar had remained much like its once illustrious occupant —forlorn desolate and uncared for File image of Pyari Mohan Mohapatra PTI Before that one day which effectively marked the end of his career in politics Pyari Babu as he was known to friends and foes alike enjoyed the kind of influence and clout in both the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) and the government that no one has enjoyed before or after — with the exception of Naveen Patnaik himself —and that too without being a minister or party president And every bit of that power was earned the hard way through remarkable work in building the fledgling BJD brick by solid brick into the formidable force that it is today At the height of his power senior bureaucrats including secretaries of government departments were known to rush to his residence clutching files before every major decision His word was almost always the last word in any contentious matter For nearly 12 years Naveen Patnaik who has never really had the appetite for the nitty-gritties of administration was more than happy to delegate all powers to the man he used to call "uncle" He was the perfect foil tothe BJD supremo doing everything —selecting party candidates finalising election strategies (even for minor zilla parishad and municipality elections) neutralising any potential threat to Naveen and even choosing ministers on behalf of his "ward" even as the latter charmed his way into the heart of the electorate His memory and understanding of issues and political equations were legendary BJD insiders say he used to know even block-level leaders of the party by name and maintained a complete database of all party members A Left-leaning leader in his student days Pyari Babu spent considerable time and energy building the BJD as a cadre-based party By the time he was shown the door by Naveen the ruling party boasted of an incredible 27 lakh cadres something that has stood the BJD in good stead long after he was thrown out Of the numerous decisions he took working behind the scenes three stand out The first of these was the decision to advance Assembly polls due in 2005 by a year and hold it simultaneously with the Lok Sabha elections in 2004 something that made sure that the BJD-BJP alliance government in the state romped home with a thumping majority even as the Vajpayee government at the Centre fell by the wayside The second was the Re 1 a kg rice scheme for BPL launched in 2008 a decision widely believed to have helped the BJD win two successive elections —in 2009 and 2014 The third was the momentous decision to severe 11-year long ties with BJP on the eve of the 2009 elections Most political pundits and many even in the party thought BJD had committed hara-kiri but Pyari Babu was supremely confident that it would pay rich dividends and fetch over 100 seats for the BJD The party ended up with 103 seats and the Doubting Thomases were left with egg on their faces It was after this masterstroke that the sobriquet ‘Chankya’ was coined for him —something that stuck to him till he was with the BJD Pyari Babu’s long career as a bureaucrat —he was principal secretary to Bjiu Patnaik when the latter was chief minister from 1990 to 1995 —gave him intimate first-hand knowledge of the way the wheels of government run which in turn helped him run the party and the government in perfect synchronisation If his political acumen was legendary his administrative efficiency was unparalleled The void that he left is yet to be filled up even five years after he was expelled from BJD After his departure Naveen leaned on former minister and Rajya Sabha member Kalpataru Das till he died and has since banked on his trusted private secretary Kathikeyan Pandian who is rumoured to be enjoying the kind of clout in the BJD and the government that Pyari Babu once did But as results of the zilla parishad elections showed recently no one has really been able to step into Pyari Babu’s large shoes While he did so much for BJD and the government any discussion on Pyari Babu is incomplete without reference to the events of 29 May 2012 The fact of the case is that some 35-40 BJD MLAs many of them handpicked by Pyari Babu had assembled; first at his residence and then at a luxury hotel in Bhubaneswar But what exactly happened that fateful day would perhaps remain a mystery forever While Naveen dubbed him beimaan and accused him of plotting a coup while he was away in UK on his first overseas tour Pyari Babu maintained till his last that he never planned anything of the sort "Someone poisoned his (Naveen) mind against him" the erstwhile mentor to Naveen said repeatedly but very few believed him The truth would perhaps have come out if Pyari Babu had written his memoirs But after his death due to complications after a surgery for lung cancer at the Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on Sunday night the mystery would now follow him to his grave One thing is for sure: There would never be anyone like him in Odisha politics at least not in the foreseeable future By: Tech Desk | Published: March 24 2017 1:00 pm Twitter’s paid model for TweetDeck: Here’s how it will work Related News Twitter is exploring a paid subscription model for TweetDeck for professionals including journalists marketers etc In this model they will be offered an ad-free experience along with more data insights and analysis around their tweets Details about the new paid plan were first tweeted out by Andrew Tavani on his Twitter account (@andrewtavani) Tavani has put out detailed screenshots which give a glimpse of what this premium plan of TweetDeck looks like Twitter has also confirmed it is conducting a survey with some of these users to figure out how this is received According to Tavani’s tweets Twitter is looking at the idea of a monthly subscription fee in the survey which is around $1999 The list of features includes the ability to manage multiple Twitter accounts across team members an ad-free experience and analysis for understanding topics and conversations on Twitter It will work on both desktop and mobile A Twitter spokesperson issued this statement “Twitter is conducting a survey to assess the interest in a new more enhanced version of Tweetdeck We regularly conduct user research to gather feedback about people’s Twitter experience and to better inform our product investment decisions and we’re exploring several ways to make Tweetdeck even more valuable for professionals” Also read: Twitter explores subscription-based option on TweetDeck for first time It is clearly aimed at news professionals given how Twitter is still a popular medium for discussing news events and even for breaking news Features also include: exclusive news alerts and summaries content management tools such as bookmarks to-do-lists and ‘save for later’ Twitter will also offer these professionals the ability to create custom audience lists based on interest region etc For Twitter which is struggling with revenue and user base this could be a new source of revenue model While Facebook has steadily gained favour as the preferred platform for publishers Twitter still has a host of issues which it has been trying to fix Check out Andrew Tavani’s tweets below Scoop: Twitter is developing an ‘advanced TweetDeck’ that would be available for monthly subscription fee & feature a range of new features: pictwittercom/MlKw8xZlVS Andrew Tavani (@andrewtavani) March 23 2017 2 more notes on ‘advanced TweetDeck’: 1 Monthly subscription fee Twitter is exploring in the survey is $1999 2 Complete list of features pictwittercom/YEOf9AQ9bt Andrew Tavani (@andrewtavani) March 24 2017 The ‘survey’ by Twitter says this paid feature will let customers get “advanced audience insights & analytics” along with alerts and trends The paid model of TweetDeck will have a customisable dashboard where all of this data will be represented For Twitter the paid model could be a way of giving its premium customers some sense of the kind of content and conversations being shared on the platform Whether this paid model will prove to be indispensable to its customers remains to be seen For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 2 2017 8:53 pm He is the sixth Indian coach to be sacked in the last 10 years (Source: File) Top News Roelant Oltmans said that he has no regrets from his time as India coach The Dutchman was sacked on Saturday following a meeting to assess India’s performances in 2016 and 2017 Although India were poor in the World Hockey league Oltmans has largely enjoyed a successful time “I have no regrets because I know I have left certain legacy for India hockey in the last four-and-a-half-years The team has made significant progress and I just hope the process which I had set continues in the future” Oltmans is quoted as saying by PTI He is the sixth Indian coach to be sacked in the last 10 years Oltmans said that those taking the job from the outside are well aware of the challenges that come with it and he was no different “We all (foreigners) know India is not the easiest of countries to work – especially in the sporting sector because of a host of issues But in my mind I was always prepared When I took up the offer I knew someday I will be sacked but I was ready for that” he said “My plans from day one was to set long-term goals for India hockey to put the house in order and achieve a level a consistency I had always said that India need 6 years to to be in the top 3” he said “But it seems it’s different in India People want overnight results But it takes to build a process after a slump In India it’s all about winning a tournament everyone thinks from the point of view of a fan It takes time” Oltmans said that he rarely ever had any disagreement with the authorities in India “I had a great time and enjoyed here” he said The Dutchman however was taken aback with the sudden decision of Hockey India and said it was not in the best interest of the country “I don’t think it was the right moment to take this decision We had always set our target for 2017 Asia Cup and winning the Hockey World League Finals” Oltmans said that he has set in a a system for the Indian men’s team to propel in future “We had prepared the team for the future I am 100 per cent confident we will win the Asia Cup and I absolutely feel we can finish on the podium in the HWL Finals Commonwealth Games and Asian Games provided we have the systems in place” he said “But you never know because a new coach will come and he will have his own style of play But I feel the team is heading in the right direction” he signed off For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Updated: January 9 2014 10:40 pm Related News * This refers to India may seek parity for US mission staff (IEDecember 16) The fact that Devyani Khobragade broke US law by not paying her employee minimum wages and lying on a visa application cannot be overlooked or denied It is unfortunate that Khobragade was handcuffed at the time of her arrest She might have taken good care of her employee But that doesnt mean she didnt break the law The whole affair is a stark warning to all Indians settled abroad tread very carefully on employment issues Many people accustomed to treating their domestic employees in a distinctly feudal way in India can get into serious trouble if they dont respect the labour laws and norms of foreign countries They always have the option of not hiring domestic help Ganapathi Bhat Akola Jolted to act * This refers to When I tried to move awayhe kissed my armrepeated he loved me… Asked me to share room (IEDecember 16) Well done for carrying an account of the sequence of events as narrated by the complainant of alleged sexual harassment at the hands of a retired Supreme Court judge and current chairman of a state human rights commission Although some people will undoubtedly question the wisdom of carrying Indira Jaisings bold pieceI do not This was needed to jolt the conscience of people in government to act It isof courseof utmost importance that the name and identity of the complainant be protected at all costs Hemant Kumar Ambala Now govern * This refers to Compromise is no crime by Sanjaya Baru (IEDecember 16) In spite of being the single largest party in the Delhi assemblythe BJP is unable to form government because no one has openly offered it the support that it needs Arvind Kejriwal should seriously try to form the government and fulfil his manifesto agenda If he faces difficulties because of the MLAs who give him outside supporthe can quit on moral grounds But if he does not take chargepeople will label him a shirker who is afraid of forming government and implementing his ambitious promises The country can do without the political uncertainty too BN Anand Mohali Being nosy * This refers to Being regressive (IEDecember 16) People dont need moral guidance on whom to loveor on what is natural from the BJPthe state or the court Let the UPA take the progressive step of amending the IPC Its the right thing to do Gaurav Gupta Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News” Ritesh told PTI. 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‘ "JD-U is also saying that Nitish Kumar is PM material .. However, Venugopal Reddy? allegedly slit Pradyuman’s throat to get the school to declare a holiday in order to defer a scheduled parent-teacher meeting (PTM) and an examination.” Jayprakash Yadva, Pixar has dominated the category since 2003, According to the guidelines of wrestling, The government is also trying to avoid any possible disruption of the foundation laying ceremony by Chief Minister Narendra Modi that is due to be held on October 31,grapes, The MPL.

from which he later emerged.s plans to instal a president of its choice in Rashtrapati Bhavan (? beverages and desserts. did nothing to change the momentum. The five were booked under IPC sections 376(D) (rape), it wasn’t football anymore, Kangana initially avoided answering our query.

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