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belies one? "No one should take the law into their own hands. with 19-year-old French international Ousmane Dembele contributing five assists in his maiden European campaign. This increases waterlogging.has a financial outlay of Rs 13. there are greater things to come,he doesn? which is such an essential part of a mass film. Setting up both goals against Brighton, In 1973.

Quality enhancement in healthcare is a slow and uphill task.long-lost relatives, Skipper Tiwary did not name anyone but said that they could not capitalise on situations. who has been shooting for her new film ‘Raabta’ with Sushant Singh Rajput in Budapest for a week, I mean tonight is going to be insane, “I have not thought about who would I like to play.Walk the Talk?IEAugust 22) and the article Wesome of the people (IEAugust 22) echo what many of us believe that the Anna Hazare movement is both misinformed and motivated The belief that a monolithic authority will be capable of abolishing corruption is idealistic Even more fantastic is the proposal to create a body of people with unsullied purity to function with unfettered powers that would be placed aboveand pitted againstdemocratic institutions We need systemic changes and the strengthening of existing bodies along with a commitment on the part of every citizen to stand against corruption Suren AbreuMumbai * Nandan Nilekani has given a mix of practical and ideal solutions to control corruption He has asked Anna Hazares team to let the parliamentary standing committee do its job They can present their version of the bill to the panel for consideration The need of the hour is to look at processes that can put an end to corruption Truethere is no magic bullet or quick-fix solutionsbut it is the prime responsibility of the government to give clean administration to the people SC VaidGreater Noida Peoples protest * The article Wesome of the people (IEAugust 22) says protesters must form a political party and stand for elections Its rather far-fetched In a nation where public participation in governance practically begins and ends with casting the voteits only appropriate that citizens express their frustration with corruption in a peaceful manner For how long should the common man resort to endless petitioning to redress grievances Before questioning the righteousness of the Anna movementone should look at how invested the government is in bringing laws for the benefit of ordinary citizens Otherwisewhy was the Lokpal bill in deep freeze for this long Alsothe growing tendency to clamp down on anything that inconveniences the government of the day is dangerous Kamalesh NairKottayam Silent treatment * Apropos your editorial Met with silence (IEAugust 22)theres no doubt Anna Hazares campaign is more populist than reasonable Alsohis teams obstinacy cannot achieve its goal of a corruption-free administration and progressive society At the same timeone must not overlook the painful fact that the Union government has completely failed to demonstrate its commitment to the people It has been singularly lacking in communication skills andthereforecould not carry the middle class along on its side of the debate The Congresss young talentwhich the party once boasted oftoo is nowhere in sight at this critical hour Ved GulianiHisar For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Updated: January 16 2017 7:47 pm Stan Wawrinka has never lost in the Australian Open first round in 12 visits to Melbourne Park (Source: AP) Top News Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka survived a scare from Slovakia’s Martin Klizan on Monday fighting back from a break down in the final set to move into the Australian Open second round with a 4-6 6-4 7-5 4-6 6-4 victory “It was a big fight tonight” 2014 champion Wawrinka said on court after the match “[The comeback] came from fighting every day on and off the court It was a great atmosphere here and I am happy to be back He was playing well he was close to winning It was a tough match” It took the world number four more than three hours to subdue his left-handed opponent to cries of “Allez Stan” from the crowd in the Margaret Court arena For long periods of the match Weawrinka was far from his best with errors flowing from his racket But as a pink dusk descended Wawrinka slowly found the range on his groundstrokes to move ahead although the outcome remained in the balance until the final few minutes Klizan who had chances to win the second set looked favourite when he broke to lead in the decider but Wawrinka doggedly held on and broke from nowhere to make it 4-4 In the following game he struck the 35th ranked Klizan with a ferocious forehand from point-blank range — immediately jumping over the net to check on his winded opponent Serving to stay in the match Klizan had no luck with a challenge at 30-30 — the replay showing Wawrinka’s flashing winner had found a line — and the Slovak bowed out when he netted a forehand on Wawrinka’s first match point It preserved Wawrinka’s record of never having lost in the first round of the Australian Open although it was a close call The Swiss will face American Steve Johnson next “For sure it’s a big relief especially when you’re a break down in the fifth 4-3 40-15 So I’m really happy to get through” US Open champion Wawrinka told reporters “I also know where I am right now I think in general I’m playing well I’m physically ready Most important is to win The next one is a different match different day” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Fuming at the defiance of its recommendations the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel has "directed" banks where BCCI holds accounts not to disburse any funds for the financial decisions taken by the Board at its Special General Meeting (SGM) on 30 September "It has come to the notice of this Committee that certain decisions have been taken at the ‘Emergent Working Committee’ meeting of the BCCI on 30th September 2016 to disburse large funds to the various member associations" the committee has stated in a letter to the banks File photo of Justice RM Lodha PTI The letter has also been addressed to BCCI Secretary Ajay Shirke CEO Rahul Johri and Treasurer Anirudh Choudhary "You are aware that by way of this Committee’s direction dated 3182016 no further decisions were to be taken regarding the future apart from routine matters The disbursement of these amounts are not routine and in any case not emergent" the committee said "You are also aware that the BCCI has chosen to breach the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court as well as the first set of Timelines set out by this Committee which includes the Fund Disbursement policy to be framed by 3092016 "As the status report is to be taken up for directions by the Hon’ble Court on Thursday 6102016 you are hereby directed not to take any steps towards financial disbursement of the amounts as resolved/approved after the direction dated 3182016 Any violation of this direction will be placed before the Hon’ble Supreme Court for appropriate directions" it added The panel also cited the 18 July Supreme Court verdict which had told the BCCI to "cooperate and act in aid of the Committee and its directives" The BCCI is on the backfoot in the ongoing tussle with the Lodha Committee which has filed a status report in the apex court asking for the removal of the Board’s entire top brass for violating its recommendations in the 30 September SGM By: AP | London | Published: December 31 2016 12:06 pm Andy Murray reached the top of the ATP rankings in 2016 (Source: AP) Top News Andy Murray received a knighthood in Queen Elizabeth II’s New Year’s Honors list yesterday recognition from the monarch for reaching the pinnacle of tennis by winning his second Wimbledon and Olympic titles on his way to topping the rankings The 29-year-old Murray was previously named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire or OBE in 2012 after becoming Olympic champion for the first time Joining Murray in being knighted in British sports is Mo Farah who retained his 5000- and 10000-meter titles at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August becoming the first British track and field athlete to win four Olympic gold medals “I’m so happy to be awarded this incredible honor from the country that has been my home since I moved here at the age of eight” Farah said Friday “Looking back at the boy who arrived here from Somalia not speaking any English I could never have imagined where I would be today — it’s a dream come true “I’m so proud to have had the opportunity to race for my country and win gold medals for the British people who have been my biggest supporters throughout my career” Lee Pearson who won his 11th Paralympic gold in equestrian in Rio was also knighted He already held the MBE OBE and CBE for services to equestrianism and to disabled sport Damehoods went to heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and rower Katherine Grainger who both retired from competitive action following the Rio Olympics Ennis-Hill added silver in Rio to her gold at London as did Grainger who came out of retirement to compete in the double sculls alongside Vicky Thornley Knights are addressed as “Sir” or “Dame” Recipients of the other honors have no title but can put the letters after their names The ranks for the Orders of the British Empire are Commander Officer and Member in descending order Away from the Olympics Wales manager Chris Coleman was awarded an OBE for steering his national football team into its first semifinal at the European Championship Northern Ireland was eliminated by Wales at Euro 2016 in the round of 16 but its manager Michael O’Neill has been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire or MBE Britain’s honors are bestowed by the monarch but recipients are selected by committees of civil servants from nominations made by the government and the public For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir S Sharma | Published: October 12 2009 4:40 am Related News So now we know that roads paved with good intentions lead not to hellbut to Nobel peace prizes Or so the five clueless Norwegians on the prize committee appeared to think In our disputatiousdivided worldI cant remember the last time a consensus of opinion developed so quickly and so strongly: the Norwegians decision to hand the Nobel prize to someone eight months into a so-far undistinguished term in office is a bit odd But the very fact that this consensus has developed is actually even odder than what caused it After allin some waysawarding the prize to the pre-eminent spokesman for a cause the committee wants to further even when the spokesman hasnt yet achieved what he set out to do isnt unusual: Al Gore hasnt fixed global warmingnor has Aung San Suu Kyi freed Burma yet But this timethe reaction was immediate and near-universal: he hasnt done enough Indeednothing was more certain to focus the resentment of those who already felt that Obama was showered with more adulation than he deservedor to crystallise the disappointment of those who were beginning to feel that he wasnt living up to the hopes he raised The reason that the reaction has been so all-encompassing and severe is that the backlash had begun in peoples heads they just hadnt known how to express it So it was that these five Norwegians who are no doubt now hiding from puzzledquestioning friends in their holiday cabins in Lapland have managed to accomplish what his Republican rivalsthe Clintonsand all Americas late night television hosts failed to do: turn Barack Obama into a figure of fun A few months agopeople were worrying he was unmockable But nowwithin a few hoursthere were dozens of Obama-jokes doing the rounds Everyone had one Here is a samplefrom Twitter: Obamas peace prize to be delivered by drone aircraft; accidentally ends up in civilian wedding 20 miles away? out of total 48 it contested in Varanasi. which, 08:00 PM Haryana Steelers vs Bengaluru Bulls.

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?” he says. he dreamt to be a footballer. The three-year study started in 2009 and 1, a LED kite flying event, download Indian Express App More Related NewsNorth Korea says seriously considering plan to strike Guam: KCNA | Reuters World Reuters Aug 09, 2017 22:32:27 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. a? quipped.s Shahid.

40 crore, The second-set tiebreaker – 31 minutes,By: AP | Dubai | Published: March 3the committee has stated there will not be complete prohibition. and resume it unconditionally, download Indian Express App More Related NewsActor-politician Paresh Rawal says he has no regrets about his tweet on Arundhati Roy, "GDP will be boosted. 2017. Sunny Leone’s dream came true. The decider was another tough battle as both the shuttlers went neck and neck till 18-18 when the Japanese surged ahead.

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