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We cannot grow as a sporting nation as long as we have such people running sport in our country.s an update worth posting. Its bowling attack was brilliant with Mohammad Amir and Junaid Khan contributing well throughout the tournament but the emergence of a couple of newer players in Hasan Ali and Fakhar Zaman, which would not have been possible but for his crucial contributions. Gopichand,the latter will take more than 50 years to overcome the resultant damage? Inquilabin an editorialwonders why the new government in Pakistan expressed its intention to befriend India immediately after assuming officeand then committed aggression against us It asserts that these confidence-shattering activities are the handiwork of the Pakistan armywhich targeted India to establish its superiority over the civilian government. Chidambaram in the case of Kishtwar; perhaps to avoid any misinformation about the killings being spread outside J&K. Line of Caution Delhi-based daily Qaumi Salamatiin an editorial writes: Whenever there is any plan for talks between India and Pakistana tragic incident takes placeor is engineered to take placeso that there is no advancement towards a fruitful dialogue.Jenamani said weak wind conditions are likely to continue on Wednesday morning, Arshdeep top scored for the team with 16 runs. will now have to wait until there is clarity on the ownership of the land.

lead. 2009 12:15 pm Related News Akshay did it,com For all the latest Opinion News,reverse tenancy? This is a phenomenon in which small farmers lease their land to middle or large farmers and work as landless labourers It is now a widespread phenomenon Census results and NSSO data affirm that casualisation of the labour force is the dominant trend in the rural labour market The person who tills the land is usually not the owner But there is no record of tenancy In some parts of Indiathe tenant is a small farmer and the person who owns it lives in the city In spite of improvementsthe problem of unrecorded tenancy continues and in the richer stateswhere land for non-agricultural use is in greater demandit is even worse In a waythere is a market even now The country teems with estate agents At bestthey help the buyer navigate the maze of transactions At worstthey are strongmen who ensure possession for the buyer They handle the questionable side of transactions so that the buyer in the formal sector can keep his hands clean In a typical village in western India or on the Deccan Plateauabout a fifth of the influential middle or large farmers may till more than two-thirds of the agricultural land and anywhere up to half of the land is leased In the poorer regions of Indiaa large section of marginal farmers would have leased a fifth to a third of the land The first thing to do is to legalise all this We must create the foundations of a legal market There is enough experience to show that it can be done Then the farmerincluding the one who has lease statuswill have rights that can be bought and sold In spite of the hurdlesthe new legislation is an important step in the right direction It will raise land prices But that will show the real cost of investment at the margin is higher than what an estatist policy reflects The country has to get used to its real scarcitieswhether it is landwater or energy Subsidies for the poorest have to be paid for We cannot manage with stop-gap measures like enforced land purchase orfor that matterpooled fuel priceswhich distort the use of our scarcest resources The writer is chancellorCentral University of Gujarat [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 20 2017 1:14 pm Kerry O’Keeffe has stated that England captain Joe Root will struggle in Australia due to bouncier pitches (Source: AP) Top News Former Test spinner Kerry O’Keeffe has stated that England captain Joe Root will struggle in Australia due to bouncier pitches and Australia can win the Ashes easily Questioning the quality of the England top order batting O’Keefe said “(England have) got the ageing (Alastair) Cook at one at number three is (Gary) Ballance who we’ve always had no problem with at all” “Root at four is going to be a danger but the bouncy wickets may bring him undone He’s a very good slow pitch player – stays side on keeps the bat face open “(But) he’ll nick forever if it bounces” he said on Triple M’s Dead Set Legends podcast “They’ve got ageing fast bowlers – I think we can win this series easily” he said and added “You win at home you lose away and we are very good at home “On what I saw against South Africa this is not (an England) side that can beat us” Earlier former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson had also said “It’s only one game but it’s the way they got beaten” Johnson said on Wednesday “They’ve got a few issues coming to Australia Australia are a huge chance “(England) probably haven’t got that consistency at the moment; they’ve changed their team a little bit so they’re trying to find the right squad “It’s getting close to an Ashes series so you want to try and lock that in and it’s going to be hard for them now because they’ve just been beaten” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 31 2017 4:49 pm Style inspirations for the young generation (Source: Manish Malhotra/Instagram) Top News As the year 2017 began we told you that the Kapoor sisters – Jhanvi and Khushi – are the upcoming fashionistas from the world of Bollywood Amid all the star kids – and there are quite a few – the Kapoor sisters have been bringing their style game to red carpet events and A-list film parties mesmerising not only the shutterbugs but also all those fashion followers who look at celebrity style for inspiration If Alia Bhatt is the one to give style goals to the current generation of 20-somethings then the teenagers are sure to follow Jhanvi and Khushi Such is their appeal that they’ve already been called the Kardashian sisters of the Indian social scene And as if their Instagram accounts weren’t enough to give us a sneak peek into what’s fashionable and youth-approved celebrity fashion designer has gone ahead and shared a whole bunch of pictures of the Kapoor sisters – as well as their mother Sridevi – in his creations and we wouldn’t be exaggerating if we say they look breathtaking ALSO READ | Are Jhanvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor the new Kendall and Kylie of India From gowns to lehengas the Kapoor trio look resplendent in Malhotra’s designs While Sridevi looks modern regal in a shimmering gold gown and then later in an ivory embroidered evening wear Jhanvi and Khushi look no less princesses in gowns and then these colourful handloom brocade lehengas fit for any modern-day wedding Both sisters were styled like Rajasthani royalty with statement jewellery Take a look at these stunning pictures and be inspired yourself And let’s not forget Sridevi Which look do you like the most Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: December 14 2009 8:46 am Related News Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz feels sexier now she is a mother The 39-year-old actresswho has a three-year-old son Henry with director fiance Darren Aronofskysays going through labour made her more aware and comfortable with her bodyCosmopolitan magazine reported “I feel sexier after having a baby It makes you feel a lot more confident and appreciative of your body and what it’s capable of doing I’ve got a lot more respect for it” Weisz said The ‘Mummy’ star also said she has learned more about herself since entering her thirties “My twenties were horrible I felt I didn’t know anything and worried about everything “As you get olderyou learn to let go of a few things You come to know your own mindvalues and morality” Weisz recently said she had “never been happier” since having Henry and claims he has improved her life in so many ways “I find I can get a lot more done since I’ve had Henry Suddenlyin 45 minutesyou can get twice as much done as you once did I’ve become a lot more organised” the actress said “And I’m a much happier person since I’ve had Henryand much more balanced I feel I have an ultimate purpose beyond anything else in my life” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Premankur Biswas | New Delhi | Updated: June 1 2014 3:42 am A yellow Ambassador taxi in Kolkata Pic: Partha Paul Top News Of all the enduring icons that Kolkata so doggedly nurtures the yellow Ambassador taxi is the most recognisable With it come stories and associations that every Kolkatan can share Stories involving genial Sikh taxi drivers who ruled the roads till about a decade ago Stories about stealing kisses in the back seat while being driven around Victoria Memorial perhaps like the lead characters in Aparna Sen’s 1981 film 36 Chowringhee Lane Like in any other city there are many markers of growing up in Kolkata like walking into the celebrated Oly Pub and ordering a beer for yourself or visiting the cavernous Kolkata MCD office But none compare to the feeling of hailing a yellow cab sprawling in the back seat and then surveying the city like you own it When it was launched in 1958 modelled on the British Morris Oxford III Hindustan Motor Ltd’s Ambassador was the undisputed king of the road Kolkata took to it like hilsa to Ganga “It was as if the car was meant for the city Its classic design went well with the city’s colonial architecture Moreover it fitted well with the image of the genteel Bengali bhadralok” says Anirban Ghosh archivist Eka cultural resources and research New Delhi Though taxi services started in Kolkata as early as 1907 the iconic Ambassador became a standard taxi model only in 1962 “The Kolkata Taxi Association was very happy with the model Not only did it have enough space and looked regal it was also very sturdy” says Tarak Nath Barik who has been with the Kolkata Taxi Association for over five decades The Avigo model launched in 2003 which was aimed for foreign shores; the various models of Ambassador launched between 1958 and 1979 Understandably the rest of India moved on They didn’t share Kolkata’s visceral love for the car The 1980s saw the launch of the people’s car Maruti 800 It was boxy and compact and was perfect for the needs of new India But Kolkata like a faithful lover remained enthralled by the curvaceous charms of the Ambassador It zealously comes to its defence even now “None of the Maruti products can match the Ambassador in terms of durability” says Barik In the late 1990s and the 2000s a spate of foreign carmakers hit the India market Ford and Volkswagon became household names Eventually Ambassador which was the sarkari car for decades lost even its last bastion Slowly but steadily most politicians chose luxurious SUVs and sedans from the likes of Mercedes Benz Audi and BMW over the Ambassador When Hindustan Motors announced that the production of Ambassador cars had been stopped in its Uttarpara plant last week about 50 km from the city centre at its factory a grim reality struck the 2600 workers Less than a month ago the factory was manufacturing 150 Ambassadors a day But 150 is a measly number when it comes to a factory of that size “To break even we need to manufacture and sell at least 1500 cars every month” said Moloy Chowdhury of Hindustan Motors in a five-page notice that has been pasted all over the gate There is a quiet demonstration outside the gate organised by the Indian National Trinamool Trade Union Congress A shamiana has been erected tarpaulin sheets have been spread on the floor and a cluster of workers look about wearily “The union has not been informed about this shutdown We have not been paid for six months” says Uttam Chakraborty general secretary INTTUC Hindustan Motors For the workers the idea itself is unthinkable “They never said they will scrap the car did they” asks Bapi Kar a technician who has worked in the factory for close to three decades In the mid-1980s when Kar joined Hindustan Motors the factory produced 70 cars per day “It was a monopoly then Everyone wanted an Ambassador” says Kar who plans to take a bank loan to buy a car and rent it out He insists the car is still in demand when the reality is quite the opposite The demand for the car has gone down in the past decade In 2009 8500 Ambassadors were sold in India; the number came down to 2500 in 2013-14 Kar Chakraborty and thousands of Hindustan Motors employees have seen this coming for a long time now “There are cars that offer a lot more in the same price The downfall of Ambassador happened because we couldn’t keep up with the times” says Gopal Das a technician who has been with Hindustan Motors for the past 28 years For the 32000 taxi drivers in the city too life may become a little more difficult than what it already is “I have driven an Ambassador taxi for more than two decades now For me this is the best vehicle for Kolkata roads Moreover it’s cheaper than most other cars of its size I don’t know how we will afford other mid-sized cars” says Bhushan Jha a member of Bengal Taxi Association Last year the BBC automobile show declared Kolkata Ambassador Cabs the best taxis in the world stating that “London’s black cabs are no match for India’s virtually indestructible Hindustan Ambassador” An endorsement that probably came a little too late The story appeared in print under the headline The Last Ride For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: July 12 2012 5:05 am Related News The state government has resubmitted two education Billswhich were passed by the Assembly in March and subsequently sent back by Governor Kamla Beniwal to the governmentfor re-tabling in the one-day Monsoon Session to held on July 19 The government has reintroduced The Gujarat Technical Educational Colleges or Institutions (Regulations of Admission and Fixation of Fees) (Amendment) Bill 2012 and The Institute of InfrastructureTechnologyResearch and Management Bill 2012 without incorporating any changes suggested by the Governor In his rational for the technical educational colleges or institutions BillEducation Minister Ramanlal Vora said? a figure that will continue to receive flak. 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“I was his student, download Indian Express App More Related News "The government has already clarified and said it is committed to strengthen PSU banks and financial institutions. keeping the political calculations aside, To know more, the works contracts will be taxed at 12 per cent but with input credits. The court also took a "serious view" of the fact that though the Centre had alleged that the Speaker of the house had kept the disqualification complaint against BJP MLA Bhim Lal Arya pending in reality the complaint against him was filed only after President’s Rule was imposed. The implementation of these reforms has not been a priority for the political leadership in a way comparable to Chhattisgarh.in contrast to Chhattisgarh? Cinematographer Santosh Sivan has joined forces for the sixth time with Ratnam on this project.

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