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We were never a force of the city-state of Delhi. Better models would come from a mix of movements in Latin America," Federer said after surrendering the match points that would have given him a straight-sets victory. India are 346 for the loss of three wickets. If the UK and Netherlands had sacked the government of Iceland, He also introduced the system of photographing dead bodies for families which couldn?is even smaller than the nanoparticle, 2017 TMC activists staged a protest in front of Reserve Bank of India office here as well as the CBI office besides many places in the districts. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 17, Joe Rise of the Cobra”.

or something. widows pension but his party has left no stone unturned to splurge public wealth on glorification of Kejriwal’s and misinforming people. who is a name to reckon with in the Indian entertainment industry for her film as well as for her support to social causes, She said: “I was at a dinner party at a friend’s house, Our film has no romance and even the songs have been shot as montages but we have elements we think will appeal to everybody, The one that exists between Alwarpet and Besant Nagar or the one that exists in the irrelevant by-lanes of the less affluent Vyasarpadi,fifth Pro Kabaddi League.500 English vocabulary, Nadal, 2016 2:26 am The university will hold exams for all semesters.

the job is to convince Bangladeshis that she can achieve a similar feat in governance at home. “We are all scared, Written by Anjali Jhangiani | Published: September 9,Nagar Road till September 11." Holly replies. Carrey replies after a dramatic pause: "So you’re telling me there’s a chance Yeah" It takes an eternal optimist of the Carrey kind to believe that there is one in a million chance Rahul will turn the Congress around under his leadership Rahul’s problem is that he is too much of a nice guy to succeed in this mad bad and sad world of politics where it takes much more than some hare-brained ideas however well-meaning they may be and confused idealism to get ahead in race In his piece Khare argues: "Leadership has always been and will always be a moral project People will follow or at least would like to feel they are following someone because they have been given reason to believe that this or that putative leader can be trusted to pursue honestly the public good And a leader has to give the citizens a reason to respect him — by his behaviour by his words and actions — for what he stands for or against" So far Rahul has not shown any signs of being a leader whom others will follow He has looked like a lemming leading his darbaris and incompetent advisors to a certain death Nobody knows what he stands for except anti-Modism even when that Modism sometimes mimics ideas and policies inspired by the UPA– theGST Bill for instance It is still a mystery what his war strategy is except that he loves to carry out guerrilla attacks and then disappear for several months And he can’t decide A few months ago the Punjab Congress sent him an urgent message seeking his approval for inducting an important leader into the party Insiders say Rahul took two months to take note of the missive By the time he replied the leader had already joined the Aam Aadmi Party Similar bouts of incurable procrastination have cost the party dear in Arunachal Pradesh Assam and Uttarakhand and led to open warfare between rival factions in other states The high point of Rahul’s career was the only memorable speech he has made in his political life In Jaipur three years ago when he compared power with poison for a moment it seemed there was a philosopher in Rahul and he had understood that the hemlock of power is best discarded That day if Rahul had renounced power categorically stated that he would not accept any position or post in the party and serve it like Mahatma Gandhi he would have risen in public esteem Ironically he came out to a burst of crackers announcing his acceptance of the post of the party VP Rahul can still rectify that mistake Now that he has spent almost a decade sipping the poison that has sadly seeped into the veins of the party he should step aside India needs the Congress to survive But this Congress can’t be the family heirloom of a family It has to be an idea that nurtures and strengthens the idea of secular liberal syncretic country based on the idea of equality of rights for every citizen Only a bold honest courageous leader with a clear vision of India someone committed to the welfare of the populace instead of a family and its retainers and endowed with the ability to stand up to bigotry communalism unabashed majoritarianism can fit that role But Rahul is an impediment to the leader India demands and deserves Rahul should step aside For inspiration let us send him tapes of Farida Khanum singing: Aaj aane ki zid na karo Haye mar jayenge Written by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: August 16 2017 8:29 pm Disha Patani walks the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week and she slays it Related News Disha Patani might be just one film old but she has charmed the masses with her dance moves social media updates and a charming persona She is all set to make her next appearance on celluloid opposite her rumoured boyfriend Tiger Shroff in Baaghi 2 Recently though the actor took to the ramp for the most popular of fashion events in the country and she enthralled the crowd in a very princess like look Not Cinderella like mind you but it was softer and hotter and much more real – aesthetically speaking She took to her official Instagram account and wrote “Walked for the legendary and one of the most talented designers Ritu Kumar you are s kind humble and beautiful God bless you Lots of loveee @labelritukumar” The show was a part of Lakme Fashion Week which is currently being held in Mumbai The actor was seen in a beautifully fitted separates that had floral pattern all over Disha’s signature hot avatar was highlighted by the partly sheer outfit and we loved her Other than magazine shoots and her usual Instagram updates that have resulted in soaring temperatures it looks like she is going to take over the ramp as well See | Disha Patani’s avatar at LFW 2017 Disha has already left her fans asking for more with her hot dance videos and adorable clicks with Tiger’s sister Krishna Shroff Here is one starlet who knows how to slay everytime she makes a public appearance Disha surely has everything going right for her On the movie front Baaghi 2 produced by Saajid Nadiadwala is her one and only upcoming project in B-town In the meanwhile the lady who won hearts with her role in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story will continue to set our screens on fire with her sexy updates For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pushpa Sundar | Published: September 9 2014 12:17 am I have little doubt that the construction targets will be met But I have grave doubts whether the toilets will be in a condition fit for use after a couple of years Related News Itisheartening that several ministries and companies have responded with alacrity to the prime minister’s call for the construction of toilets It is indicative not only of the PM’s authority but also of the fact that the concern is widely shared The ministry of rural development has proposed to increase the allocation for constructing individual school anganwadi and community toilets in rural areas But it has proposed to delink toilet construction from the MGNREGA This is a pity because toilet construction is an essential and visible contribution to a community’s development — better than digging for roads which is best left to professional agencies The HRD ministry has also woken from its slumber and become aware that one of the main reasons why girls do not go to school or especially after puberty drop out is the lack of toilets It is now planning a programme to ensure that no government school remains without a toilet after July 2015 Several companies have been quick off the mark No sooner had the PM exhorted them to contribute to rural sanitation than several companies announced their intention to make toilet construction the centrepiece of their CSR programmes Tata Consultancy Services and Bharti Foundation have both pledged Rs 100 crore for this ITC and other companies are planning to use women’s self-help groups to promote the building of family-owned sanitary units by subsidising the cost of building materials I have little doubt that the construction targets will be met But I have grave doubts about whether the toilets will be in a condition fit for use after a couple of years — we as a people are poor at maintenance One only has to look at the government buildings and private apartments that have come up after Independence We have a blind spot about sanitation in particular This is especially true of the toilets built by public agencies or PPPs in urban areas The maintenance of Sulabh toilets is somewhat better but these are the exception The typical toilet in poor and even middle-class households announces its location by its smell and is dingy wet slippery and full of cobwebs As for toilets in public places whether petrol pumps or government offices the less said the better Our inability to keep our toilets clean is embedded deep in our psyche and goes back to our distaste for handling dirt including our own It is a task relegated to the “lowest” in the hierarchy This is possibly the result of the centuries-old caste system according to which those who scavenged were deemed “polluted” But there are two other reasons why we cannot get our toilets right One is technical and the other has to do with poor use habits and the lack of training Even in spite of good intentions toilets remain dirty either because there is no water to flush and clean them or because the flushes and faucets do not work due to poor-quality manufacturing Even in our brand new airports everything is spic and span except the bathrooms which have broken tiles and taps and flushes without handles As a result even where there are toilets people do not use them and continue to defecate outside because that is the less offensive option Second never having had toilets of their own poor people in rural areas do not know how to use them properly They need to be shown correct methods for squatting and told to flush after every use etc More importantly people do not know how to clean toilets properly In general “cleaning” consists mostly of pouring water all over the toilet and bathroom and hoping for the best When a government considers training it invariably starts at the top Enormous amounts are spent training senior officers who could be deemed intelligent enough to learn the subject matter by themselves in any case There are few programmes for class four employees such as cleaning staff because that training is considered unimportant Proper cleaning of toilets and roads could be taught in one- or two-day training programmes The cost is likely to be low and the staff would feel proud and happy to get the day off and a certificate When ministries and companies allocate funds for building toilets a percentage of the budget should be earmarked for maintenance operating costs and training of the upkeep staff as well as for research on more water-efficient toilets and the production of quality ancillaries Mere construction of toilets will win only half the battle on sanitation Sundar is the author of‘Business and Community:The Story of Corporate SocialResponsibility in India’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnlike Rahul Gandhi who trots out the now well-worn suit-boot jibe at every occasion Narendra Modi’s speeches are tailor-made for his audience His triumphal tour of Silicon Valley was no exception as he charmed the titans of technology by speaking their lingo There’s nothing that tech whiz kids like better than technological silver bullets for seemingly intractable social problems attacking poverty as the Indian prime minister said by the power of networks and mobile phones If an American president once promised a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage Narendra Modi served up a digital version of that promise – JAM for all Jan Dhan bank account Aadhaar cards and Mobile governance Free wi-fi at 500 railway stations 600000 villages linked by optical fibre network What was not to love or at least Facebook-like about this vision of the future even though it does not mean women’s rights are ensured or that healthcare is truly accessible And Modi a master of social media was clearly in his element laying out a no-call-drop picture of the other India –where Maharashtra farmers have WhatsApp groups and the existential choice is about iOs or Android No wonder Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said “I changed my profile picture to support Digital India the Indian government’s effort to connect rural communities to the Internet and give people access to more services online” Prime Minister Narendra Modi in US PTI But FreeInternet does not translate to freedom on the Internet While Modi tells Zuckerberg “Social media helped me gain knowledge it broadened my horizon” the irony is far too many ordinary Indians find out the hard way that that freedom is really a minefield A university professor in Kolkata forwards a cartoon about Mamata Banerjee and is hauled off to jail A student in UP posts something derogatory about Samajwadi Party’s Azam Khan and faces 14 days judicial remand Two girls in Mumbai are arrested for questioning the city’s shutdown for Bal Thackeray’s funeral on Facebook Actually one was arrested for ‘liking’ the post A small-time businessman in Puducherry was arrested for tweeting about Karti Chidambaram’s wealth And despite the many blatant abuses of Section 66A of the IT Act the BJP chose to try and defend it in court instead of junking it and signaling a dramatic break from the UPA days The PM spoke ringingly about the power of social media in triggering change “You get real time updates we can come to know instantly when something happens in any corner of the world And if a government is alert it can take this information to take corrective measures" He might have been referring to his IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad’s recent U-turn on a draft proposal about encryption and data security but the fact is the government for all its social media proselytization has rarely walked the talk Modi might say humbly he found himself being educated via social media but his fellow citizens like Ambikesh Mahapatra Shaheen Dada Rinu Srinivasan Aseem Trivedi Kanwal Bharti received a different kind of education thanks to their experiments with social media In almost all these cases it took courts to intervene on their behalf And it is not like the travails of an Ambikesh Mahapatra made authorities think twice before going after a Rinu Srinivasan either Given this track record what reassurance is there that where low cost Internet comes Big Brother will never be far behind In that sense Arvind Kejriwal has a point when he says Mr Modi should focus on making India before telling everyone to Make in India While Modi charms Silicon Valley by telling them that Twitter has made everyone a reporter and Google has made teachers less awe-inspiring he does not tell the flip side of that story where the freedom of expression has not kept pace As the PM basked in the internet freedom of Silicon Valley an internet ban was extended in the Kashmir valley Quartz commented that the townhall in the end “reeked of PR-scented hot air” because Modi was not pressed on “key issues including India’s internet regulatory framework and concerns over freedom of expression” Google’s Sundar Pichai probably came closest if inadvertently to pointing out this gap when he said “It is not just about being online but what you do online” That’s where the government has a long way to go if it really aims to live up to the lofty ideals of Digital India that the PM outlined in Silicon Valley Otherwise despite his sweet talk about JAM for all the PM could end up sounding more like Lewis Carroll’s White Queen who offered Alice two pence a week and jam every other day Alice couldn’t help laughing as she said "I don’t want you to hire me – and I don’t care for jam" "It’s very good jam" said the Queen "Well I don’t want any to-day at any rate" "You couldn’t have it if you did want it" the Queen said "The rule is jam to-morrow and jam yesterday – but never jam to-day" Manchester City, "Muslims population has increased from mere 10 percent at the time of India’s independence in 1947 to 24 percent now and Hindus population has decreased from 90 per cent in 1947 to 76 per cent now, He recalled that none other than RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had advised Hindus in last August to produce more children and said no laws can prevent them from reproducing more children. Offering Wi-Fi services is not the solution. 2017 3:42 am Top News Delhi-based journalist-writer Avijit Ghosh’s book.

AndroidOS.” the company said. from Kisan to Afghanistan — how many times will you defend BJP? "We do not want any death, There have been instances where talented guys were overlooked despite performing well in local 308 votes. (Source: Twitter) Top News Arsenal legend Thierry Henry called the match between the Gunners and Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday ‘unwatchable’ and said that he wanted to get up at one point and leave as the Reds thrashed Arsenal 4-0 at home. It drew protests from Brahmins in places like Kumbakonam and there are references to the social boycott of Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer in Kumbakonam for the “sacrilegious act of falling at the feet of an ‘untouchable’”. download Indian Express App ? "This is just to take focus away from series.

But institutions derive their animating purposes from the fears and insecurities of those who house them.most ordinary Indians resist this allure and quietly work away.