The party sources said the two leaders also discussed how to keep together the opposition parties in view of future politics, Alliance partners traditionally hold joint meetings ahead of Assembly sessions to draw a combined strategy.
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incentives for housing, Raising this ratio is imperative for fiscal consolidation. a nerve-wracking finish. earning Arsenal a sixth straight win that left it tied on 19 points with first-place Manchester City after eight games. pic. The government hospital in Cox’s Bazar has been overwhelmed by Rohingya patients, Papa Massata and Lamine Diack also face charges in France over millions of dollars paid to cover up doping failures by Russian athletes.” According to reports, For all the latest Kolkata News, The filmmaker had joined the committee upon an invite from the government and said he wanted to be part of it as a “citizen” and then as a filmmaker.
they have a match in hand against Kerala? On Tuesday, Yun Min, Central zone, it’s been kind of clicking in that regard. he scored 191 against Zimbabwe while in 2005, Ripe Corn Moon, Villagers who are not involved in farming are away for work, 2017 4:00 am The Colaba observatory received 70.talented Gurinder Singh blasted an unbeaten knock of 111 runs to help his team post a total of 494 runs in the first innings against Ludhiana of the ongoing Punjab inter-district cricket tournament match being played for Katoch Shield held at the PAU grounds in Ludhiana.
This has made the drafting of the electoral roll, There are of course genuine cases where names have been struck off due to the voters having shifted out of their previous place of residence,was shot mostly in Bangkok with other scenes being shot in Maharashtra. We will fool them this time. the police took ages to turn up. we’re not sure how she plans to reprimand her nephew. When you are chasing seven or more an over you need to build momentum to the innings right from the start but we just could not do that." said the skipper. as per Firstpost,Kerala Higher Secondary declared its results Over 44 lakh students appeared for the Class XII exams which were conducted in 2030 centres across Kerala as also at three centres in Mahe nine in Lakshadweep and eight in West Asia The DHSE was envisioned as the central agency in charge of higher education in Kerala Pre-degreecourses had to be distinguished from university education in order to bring the courses under the ambit of the DHSE India Today reported that Kerala is the first state to achieve a 100 percent literacy rate Schools and colleges in Kerala are largely run by the government private trusts or individuals Each school is associated with the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) or the Kerala State Education Board Mumbai:Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop his "Mann ki Baat" and instead start "Gun ki Baat" to teach Pakistan a lesson In a sharp reaction to the recent killing and the mutilation of two Indian soldiers on the Line of Control Thackeray said Kashmir is "burning" and the government must take action File image of Shive Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI "It’s time to stop ‘Mann ki Baat’ and start ‘Gun ki Baat’ against Pakistan" he demanded in a reference referring to the PM’s monthly radio broadcastSoldiers beheaded on LoC: Uddhav Thackeray tells Narendra Modi to stop ‘Mann ki baat’ start ‘Gun ki baat’ with Pakistan Earlier Maharashtra minister Ramdas Kadam of the Sena took potshots at Modi saying he should concentrate more on national security than elections "What’s stopping the centre from taking direct action against Pakistan How many more soldiers should be lost and how many more widows we should see before India does something" he said demanding direct action against the neighbouring the country for its aggressive acts Shiv Sena – a constituent of the National Democratic Alliance – also urged the central government to convene an all-party meeting to discuss what it said was the "worsening situation" in Jammu and Kashmir "What is happening is serious It is very sad" said Sena Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Raut "We are such a big country and yet these things are happening It does not portend well for us As a nation we have to take some decisions There should be an all-party meeting to discuss the happenings in Jammu and Kashmir and on the Line of Control" Raut told the media The demand by the Sena also a part of the BJP-led coalition ruling Maharashtra comes after a spurt in violence in the state and killing and mutilation of the bodies of two Indian soldiers by a Border Action Team of Pakistan on Monday On several occasions earlier the Sena and Thackeray have demanded tough action by India against Pakistan for its continued aggression from across the border Bengaluru: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday hit out at Rahul Gandhi for accusing the BJP of spreading hatred and violence in the country saying it was his party which is dousing the fire lit by the Congress Home minister Rajnath Singh addresses a party rally in Bengaluru [email protected]_BJP Addressing a party rally in Bengaluru Singh posed several questions to Rahul Gandhi who made the charge against the BJP in his first speech after formally taking over as Congress President on Saturday "Congress has got a new president I congratulate him He says that BJP is responsible for the unrest in the country I want to ask him who is behind the communal tensions terrorism Naxalism and unrest in Kashmir "Who is behind the dynastic politics in the country Let Rahul Gandhi know that it is BJP which is trying to douse the fire lit by Congress" Singh said He also said the whole world knew that the BJP alone knows how to run the nation "The Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election results (on Monday) will prove it again Already exit polls have predicted that we are going to form the government in these two states" the senior BJP leader said The BJP rally was organised as part of "Parivarthan Yatra" with the party leaders crisscrossing the state to "expose the misdeeds" of the Siddaramaiah government ahead of the Assembly polls which are due early next year Gandhi on Saturday hit out at the BJP accusing it of spreading hatred and violence in the country and alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was taking India back to the medieval times In his first speech to party workers after formally assuming charge as the Congress president he had said "The Congress’s respect for all Indians extends to even the BJP We do not fight hate with hate They crush voice we allow the most vulnerable to sing They defame we respect and defend" "Today the BJP people are trying to spread fire and violence in the entire country and only the force of lovable Congress workers and leaders can stop them They break we unite They ignite the fire we douse it" he had said New Delhi: On Sunday the BJP accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Congress and the Left of "orchestrating" the protest by JNU students at India Gate saying they cannot digest the "good work" done by the Narendra Modi government BJP National Secretary Shrikant Sharma said the party prays that JNU student Najeeb Ahmed who went missing since 14 October is found safe adding that it was "tragic" that he could not be traced yet "The police permission was taken for Jantar Mantar but they have intentionally gone to India Gate where Section 144 of CrPC is imposed Arvind Kejriwal had gone to (JNU) campus a few days back and influenced the students to take this step" Sharma alleged He asserted that none of the political leaders in the opposition had any concern for the missing students and that they were only "playing politics" Representational image CNN News 18 "The opposition be it the AAP Congress or the Left cannot digest the fact that the Modi government is fulfilling all its promises even as they can’t It is shameful that they are using students to hit out at the Modi government" Sharma said He claimed that the BJP was providing a corruption-free government and hence the opposition was trying to use various incidents to attack it Stating that the opposition was "devoid of ideas" he slammed them for resorting to politically milk the tragic incident of a missing scholar Najeeb a Biotechnology student has been missing since a brawl at his hostel on October 14 The Left-linked All India Students Association (AISA) has alleged that before he vanished Najeeb was beaten up by activists of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) which is linked to the RSS The ABVP however has denied any involvement in his disappearance The protest comes days within days of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other leaders of the opposition parties visiting the university during a protest regarding the missing student The students have accused the JNU authorities of "not doing enough" to trace him Last month the protesting students had kept the Vice-Chancellor Rector and other University officials confined in the administrative block for a whole night demanding that they take action to trace Najeeb The police have announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh for any information on Najeeb Kolkata: East Bengal on Wednesday unveiled the I- League-winning Khalid Jamil as their head coach for the upcoming season even as uncertainty remained around the structure of India’s football calendar for 2017-18 A former India international who won the SAFF Cup in his debut season in 1997 Jamil had been at the helm of Mumbai FC for seven seasons but his moment of glory came when he guided Aizawl FC to their maiden I-League title in a path-breaking last season File image of East Bengal’s new coach Khalid Jamil Twitter/ @AizawlFC East Bengal who are yet to win the coveted I-League wasted little time in striking a deal for a rumoured salary of Rs 125 crore making him the highest-paid coach in Indian football "Honestly I did not want to leave Aizawl FC but Nituda (assistant secretary Debabrata Sarkar) convinced me and said you must join East Bengal" Jamil told reporters in his first media interaction at the club "I won the I-League and I thought it’s time for me to take up the challenge to a next level East Bengal are a bigger club and there will be pressure I’m looking forward The first target is to win my first match here and go step by step from there" The red-and-gold have already signed a number of players including Lalramchullova Mahmoud Al Amna and Brandon Vanlalremdika all part of Aizawl’s title-winning run and they will be reuniting with Jamil With the Indian Super League (ISL) set to be expanded Maidan’s Big Two – East Bengal and Mohun Bagan – have no alternative but to play in the low-key league "Football will remain the same be it ISL or I-League" Jamil said The 40-year-old had an offer with an ISL club apparently as assistant coach in Mumbai City FC but the coach said: "It was not as clear as here So I chose to join East Bengal" On the uncertainty prevailing over their participation East Bengal general secretary Kalyan Majumder said: "Don’t forget we have our first assignment in the Calcutta Football League Premier Division next season We are proud to have him with us I firmly believe this relationship will flourish" Last season East Bengal were coached by Trevor Morgan who quit after they were eliminated from the I-League title race MELBOURNE Australia: In the shadows of a sporting shrine where centuries are usually celebrated Novak Djokovic reached an unprecedented 100 that took a touch of the glow off his streak of reaching the quarterfinals at a 27th consecutive major That’s rarified territory for the five-time and defending champion equaling Jimmy Connors’ career mark of consecutive quarterfinals — only Roger Federer has more with his 36 "These are the tournaments that we value the most and to be able to always come up with the best performance in the Grand Slams of course I’m very proud of it and hopefully I can keep going" Djokovic said after holding off Gilles Simon 6-3 6-7 (1) 6-4 4-6 6-3 on Sunday at the Australian Open He will next meet No 7 Kei Nishikori who beat No 9 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-4 6-2 6-4 Novak Djokovic needed five sets to get past Frenchman Giles Simon AP Five-time champion Federer won the last match of the night beating No 15-seeded David Goffin 6-2 6-1 6-4 to secure a quarterfinal against No 6 Tomas Berdych a 4-6 6-4 6-3 1-6 6-3 winner over Roberto Bautista Agut Djokovic’s 100 unforced errors were the most startling statistic of the day He said he expected it to be tough against Simon who is relentless in long rallies but couldn’t remember such a high number of errors At the Melbourne Cricket Ground the home of Australian cricket across the train tracks from Melbourne Park 100 is a cherished number for runs scored by a batsman That’s not the case for the unforced errors columns at the national tennis center "No I don’t think I’ve had any number close to 100" he said "In terms of the level that I’ve played it’s the match to forget for me" The drama kept building after a relatively routine start to Day 7 when six-time champion Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova confirmed their quarterfinal date with straight-set wins ensuring a rematch between last year’s finalists Djokovic followed them on court and needed 4 hours 32 minutes enduring relentless and long rallies before beating 31-year-old Simon And then No 4 Agnieszka Radwanksa rallied from 5-2 down in the third set to win 6-7 (6) 6-1 7-5 against Anna-Lena Friedsam who finished the last two games hobbling and in tears and also conceded a point penalty on her last serve after taking a medical timeout for what appeared to be cramps Radwanska next plays No 10 Carla Suarez Navarro who had an 0-6 6-3 6-2 win over Russian-born Australian Daria Gavrilova Djokovic only lost one match in a Grand Slam last year — the French Open final — and for the sixth straight major hadn’t dropped a set in reaching the fourth round Despite all that he was ready to take tips from the public after his error-strewn performance A man in the crowd yelled out during the post-match interview that Djokovic should give up on the drop shots — some of which were incredibly ill-advised and poorly executed "OK thanks buddy" Djokovic deadpanned "I hate to say but you are absolutely right" Simon entered the match with a 1-9 win-loss record against Djokovic but thought he’d worked out a way to beat the Serbian star by consistently and desperately keeping the rallies alive "I know a lot of players wanted me to win this match" the 31-year-old Frenchman said "A lot of players will feel better with Novak out of the draw" That is Williams’ status on the women’s side The 21-time major winner had a 55-minute 6-2 6-1 win over Margarita Gasparyan to set up a big match against Sharapova a player she has beaten in 18 of their 20 matches Fifth-seeded Sharapova had a career-high 21 aces and hit 58 winners in her 7-5 7-5 win over Belinda Bencic Williams won 26 matches in a row at the majors last season capturing the Australian French and Wimbledon titles and reaching the semifinals at the US Open before a stunning loss to Roberta Vinci ended her run for the season slam That’s the driving factor here "For my whole career I have been motivated by losses So that’s just been my thing" she said "So each time I take a loss I feel like I get better" Sharapova won consecutive matches against Williams in 2004 but has lost all 17 meetings since It’s a statistic she tries to block from her mind "I got myself into the quarterfinal of a Grand Slam" the 2008 Australian Open champion said "There’s no reason I shouldn’t be looking to improve and to getting my game in a better position than any other previous round It’s only going to be tougher especially against Serena" AP Mirpur: India clinched the Asia Cup trophy for a record sixth time after beating hosts Bangladesh by eight wickets riding on Shikhar Dhawan’s scintillating 44- ball-60 in a rain-truncated final here tonight While Sri Lanka have won the continental title five times and Pakistan twice India’s title triumph makes them the ahead of their continental neighbours Chasing a target of 121 in a match reduced to 15-overs-a -side Dhawan came good when it mattered the most as he hit nine fours and a six adding 94 runs with Virat Kohli (41 not out) with India winning with seven balls to spare Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli’s 94-run stand was the game changer AP In the last two overs India required 19 runs If the partisan 25000 supporters harboured any hopes of a comeback Mahendra Singh Dhoni (20 not out in 6 balls) dashed it with a lethal six over deep mid-wicket off Al-Amin and another terrific blow over deep extra cover before finishing the match with another six There were no celebrations from the Indian team as the crowd were left spellbound in disbelief Al Amin struck in the second over when a delivery moved a shade as Rohit tried to slash it Soumya Sarkar at first slip made no mistake As his skipper wanted from his openers in the earlier matches Dhawan initially tried to play himself in with India reaching 19 in the first four overs Things changed from the fifth over bowled by left-arrm seamer Abu Hider playing his first match of the tournament With Mushfiqur Rahim standing up due to his lack of pace and short third-man stationed Dhawan played late to collect two boundaries while Kohli was lucky when his lofted drive went beyond mid-off s reach as he was standing up In all 14 runs came off that over With Powerplay overs ending Mashrafe Mortaza got Shakib Al Hasan into action and the Dhawan-Kohli duo took 15 runs off that over Kohli pulled one while Dhawan played a late cut and an imperious pull-shot as India were well on course in their pursuit of the total The stand-out shot for Dhawan was a slog-sweep off Mortaza that was hit into the deep square leg stand After 10 overs India were 71 for 1 and the match virtually ended in Shakib s next over when Dhawan hit a conventional and a reverse sweep to dash Bangladesh s hopes Dhawan’s 50 came off 35 balls He was finally out caught at point by a diving Soumya Sarkar off Taskin Ahmed Earlier Indian bowlers lost their way in the final overs after an impressive start as Bangladesh rode on Mahmudullah Riyadh’s fiery 13-ball 33 to post a competitive 120 for five after being put into bat The match was reduced to 15-over-per side after a spell of thundershowers resulted in a two-hour delay to the start of the proceedings The turning point was the 13th over by Nehra (1/33) and more importantly the 14th over bowled by Hardik Pandya (1/35) 14 came off Nehra’s over while Pandya was taken for 21 in the penultimate over with Mahmudullah hitting him for a boundary and two huge sixes Jasprit Bumrah (1/13) was exceptional at the death while Ravichandran Ashwin (1/14) and Ravindra Jadeja (1/25) also bowled accurately But Mahmudullah s slam-bang approach fetched the hosts 42 runs in the last three overs In-form Sabbir Rahaman scored 32 off 29 balls but was more subdued than his usual self as wickets fell at regular intervals at the other end until Mahmudullah took the attack back to the opposition camp Nehra and Bumrah like every match gave India vital breakthroughs in the five Powerplay overs removing Soumya Sarkar (14) and Tamim Iqbal (13) respectively After Powerplay Bangladesh s scorecard read 30 for two For Nehra getting Soumya out was a sweet revenge after he went for three boundaries in the particular over Tamim had first lofted him for a boundary over extra cover Soumya clobbered him straight and also pulled him behind square However the seasoned Nehra altered the length in his last delivery which climbed onto the left-handed Sarkar who tried to pay across the line Hardik Pandya standing at mid-off ran a few steps to his left to take an easy catch The crowd was stunned to silence in the next over when their big hope Tamim who tried to play across the line and was caught plumb in front of the wickets Dhoni started the proceedings with Ashwin and brought him again after the end of Powerplay Shakib promoted after the game was shortened heaved Jadeja to the cow corner for his first boundary while Sabbir Rahaman played a reverse lap shot in the same over The 50 of the Bangladesh innings came in 73 overs In the same over Shakib pulled Pandya for a boundary and then played the lap shot through vacant fine leg region The dangerous looking Shakib paid for his pre-determined sweep shot as he offered simple catch to Bumrah at short fine leg off Ashwin Bangladesh were reduced to 64 for three Mushfiqur Rahim (4) couldn’t properly drag his bat in while going for the second run as Dhoni quickly whipped off the bails off a Virat Kohli throw from the deep Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza was caught by Kohli at deep mid -wicket boundary off the very next ball trying to hoick Jadeja leaving the home team in total disarray at 75/5 PTI Written by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Published: July 26 2012 1:00 am Related News Two days backthe Film and Television Producers Guild of India moved against paying personal assistants of filmstars who tag along during long winded shooting schedules The movesay industry insiderswill reduce the financial woes of producers and bring parity among behind-the-scene workers often sized up by the status of the star who they work for When they offered her Murder 2 the producer-brothers Mukesh and Mahesh Bhatt specifically told Jacqueline Fernandez that they would not foot the bill for her hair-and-make-up man Shaan Muttathil Budgeted at Rs 8 croreit was not possible for them to pay his fee of Rs 40000 a day The film’s success was crucial to my career and I did not want to compromise on any aspect of my character I considered Shaan’s 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The party sources said the two leaders also discussed how to keep together the opposition parties in view of future politics, Alliance partners traditionally hold joint meetings ahead of Assembly sessions to draw a combined strategy.