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because whatever RSS is doing is not benefiting the poor and the common man. "They improve their fitness level just to bowl four overs at the IPL,Elegy for the BJP?IEOctober 25) Following the exit of Atal Bihari Vajpayee from politics and the defeats at both parliamentary and assembly levelsthe mediocreprovincial and power hungry leaders have thrust the BJP into the political wilderness Note how the present president of the party has never been known for his political skills Political ineptitudelack of internal democracy and absence of free and open debates mark the period of Rajnath Singhs leadership of the BJP Ved Guliani Hisar Heads up In the present international political set-up the country should be alerted to the writing on the wallsspecifically that of the dangerous designs of the Chinese Usually in a comparative argument between India and ChinaIndia scores poorly on infrastructure development and the speed of development Easily the most striking aspect of the rise of the Chinese has been the buildup of its military establishmentwhich was amongst the four modernisations that developed China It is arguably this factor that has provoked considerable unease in Chinas neighbourhood If the threat from an increasingly assertive and ambitious China is to be containedIndia must have honest and open debate on its diplomatic and military optionsincluding how gaps in its defences can be plugged Dilbag Rai Chandigarh Link fares Bus fares have been recently revised It would be fair that whenever the government (state or central) revises their revenue rates of electricitywaterpetroletc they link it to the variation in the Wholesale Price Index (WPI) Mool Chand Gupta New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Moscow | Published: June 11 2017 7:37 pm FIFA hasn’t said how much the Russian broadcasters will pay for Confederations Cup rights under the deal announced on Sunday (Source: AP) Top News FIFA says it has reached a TV rights deal with Russian broadcasters for the Confederations Cup just six days before the tournament kicks off The deal means state-controlled Channel One and Match TV will telecast games for the event which will take place from June 17 to July 2 but host nation Russia remains without a deal for next year’s World Cup The last-minute negotiations are highly unusual for FIFA which prefers to ink broadcast deals several years before big events FIFA wanted Russia to sign a deal covering both the World Cup and the Confederations Cup a warm-up event However Russian officials balked at the cost FIFA hasn’t said how much the Russian broadcasters will pay for Confederations Cup rights under the deal announced on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Pune | Updated: December 8 2017 7:53 am Yamini Singh was a basketball player before moving to rowing in 2014 Top News She had seven capsizes the first time she went out on water but now Yamini Singh says she is determined not to fall or fail A hot favourite to win in women’s single sculls the 19-year-old sparkling young talent of Indian rowing had two early races where she wasn’t tested and is gunning to repeat her Nationals-winning performance from Bhopal Her father is a serving officer who was posted at Pune in 2014 when the 5’11 girl decided to start rowing at the Army Rowing Node – India’s only Olympic-level course Having trained with some of India’s elite rowers at the country’s best facilities available the teenager is hoping her handy arm-span that comes with the good height will guide her to an encore “I used to be a basketball player but dad came to CME and wanted me to take up an individual sport I was blessed to find the country’s best facility and decided to give it a shot” Yamini says She’s benefitted from India’s top coaches who’ve all raced for the Army the country’s traditional powerhouse that contributes a bulk of the national squad Her first row she claims packed in all the “very stupid” things that a beginner could be guilty of “I started in a doubles boat and couldn’t understand any of the technical instructions that were coming my way I tumbled off seven times on my first day in single sculls and have learnt every mistake” she laughs even as she aims for a national record depending on the wind and water conditions on Friday Yamini had realised that her event had possibly the narrowest boat an individual could squeeze into and she’s worked her way gaining experience in perfecting her technique which sees her dominate the Nationals scene now She’s learnt from the masters in the Army and jokes that making new mistakes every time has chiselled her stroke and mental strength At the Bhopal Nationals she was two boat lengths behind the leader but pushed hard on the last stretch to win what was a phenomenal race “I’m very lucky to train with elite Army rowers here but I have great respect for Punjab’s Navneet Kaur and Orissa’s Sanjukta di who are experienced rowers” she says mapping out her competition Navneet holds India’s best timings on the ergometer currently (7:22 min) while Yamini is close behind on 7:48 “Indian men have a glorious tradition of international medals while women have just started winning and we had a pairs bronze at the 2010 Asian Games But we obviously want to do much better” she says with an eye on next year’s Asian Games Romanian coach Nicolae Gioga who brought his country’s women’s team the 1996-2000 double golds has fetched up at the right time for the budding Indian rowers “Rowing is 70 per cent quadricep strength 20 per cent upper body and 10 per cent arms But more than anything it’s the technique and psyche” says the girl whose square-blade rowing technique is a sight to watch And to be amazed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChennai | Published: August 27 2015 1:30 pm Bollywood actress Vidya Balan is not part of actor Dhanush’s yet-untitled next Tamil outing contrary to some reports (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Bollywood actress Vidya Balan is not part of actor Dhanush’s yet-untitled next Tamil outing contrary to some reports But the film’s director RS Durai Senthil Kumar said she was approached with a role “The team had approached her but since she couldn’t allocate dates immediately the idea was dropped We are on the lookout for a suitable actress” Senthil Kumar told IANS Share This Article Related Article For the first time in his career Dhanush will be essaying dual roles in this film The film which is slated to go on the floors next year will be produced by Dhanush This will be the third time Dhanush will be producing Senthil Kumar’s film after “Ethir Neechal” and “Kaaki Sattai” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: November 28 2016 5:54 pm Atletico de Kolkata warm up before the game during match 41 of the Indian Super League (ISL) (Source: ISL) Top News A step away from securing a berth in the play-offs former champions Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) will be hungry to improve their lacklustre home record this season when they face an improved Kerala Blasters FC in the league stages of Indian Super League in Kolkata on Tuesday Placed third with 18 points from 12 matches the inaugural edition champions can secure a top-four finish with a draw but a bigger concern for coach Jose Molina is that they have only been able to get past Delhi Dynamos FC at home this season ATK have two more home matches left in the league stage The Kolkata side will face Pune City FC in their last home match on December 2 and prior to that Molina has made his intentions clear “I’m sure you will always like a 5-0 or 5-1 result Not just against Kerala but against all teams But even if we win 1-0 everyone will like it as well The most important thing is to win” Molina told reporters ahead of their penultimate round match of the league ATK incidentally enjoy a superior head-to-head record against both Kerala Blasters and NorthEast United FC while only one of those team can overtake second placed Delhi Dynamos’ points tally as they battle amongst themselves in the concluding league clash Based on current form ATK will be favourites to become the third team to book their place “The work that these players have been doing since day one gives me confidence They are working really hard They are improving They are trying to do their best and help the team” said Molina ATK scored a last-gasp 2-1 victory against FC Goa in their last match It was a match they dominated and deserved to score more goals a fact that was emphasised by the Spanish coach “We had a great match in Goa We could have scored more goals but I think the players now are not bothered about anyone It doesn’t matter which teams is in front of us It’s all the same We try to dominate the game defend well and score as many goals as possible” he said Going into their last two league games ATK are sweating on the fitness of star midfielder Sameehg Doutie besides Stephen Pearson and Lalrindika Ralte Down with fever the South African mideo did not train with the team today while Lalrindika and Pearson have not yet recovered from injuries Kerala Blasters have done well to reach the fourth spot for now after collecting just a point from their first three matches A win for Kerala Blasters will take them closer to the semi-final spot although they will not be guaranteed a top four place as they are dependent on head-to-head record of teams who can reach 21 points like ATK Delhi Dynamos and NorthEast United FC “We feel we are in a decent position (to qualify) and Kolkata will feel the same There is an awful lot to play for tomorrow (Tuesday) night We are looking forward to it It’s coming to the meaty end of the season You need to try and play your very best (during) these last couple of games” Kerala Blasters coach Steve Coppell said Despite Coppell’s confidence Kerala Blasters will have to remain guarded against the hosts Kerala are on a four-match winning streak at home but have failed to impress in away games They have not won any of their last three away matches and have conceded 10 goals away from home a record that is bettered only by bottom-placed teams like Chennaiyin FC (12) and FC Goa (12) Worryingly Kerala Blasters have failed to score in four of their six away games and scored only three away goals the lowest by any team “Three points are important for both teams Kolkata have been unlucky in few of the games which they have drawn They have powerful forwards and we will have to be at our best to get anything out of the game” Coppell said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: July 16 2009 12:44 am Related News Amid the din of ministries hogging the limelight with their 100-day agendasone ministry has been relatively less discussed But arguablythe ministries of rural development and panchayati raj are at as significant a cusp of reform as any other ministry In terms of budgetary allocationthe ministry of rural developmentnow in charge of large flagship programmesfrom NREGA to Indira Awas Yojanais the most significant in this cabinet In terms of direct impact on the lives of millions of peoplethe scope and reach of this ministry is remarkable But there are special reasons to pay attention to these ministries at this historical juncture for a number of factors Firstthere is no doubt that the architecture of rural welfare will be created through these ministries Every single scheme in this ministry has received significant increases in its budget NREGA now has universal coverage and the wage rate has been increased to Rs 100 per day In this sensethe scheme will inevitably move from a modest self-identified employment guarantee scheme to a much more ambitious welfare scheme For the most part this is for the good But the implementation and political management of this scheme (particularly fixing wage rates) will arguably command more and more attention In an ideal economyNREGA would become less necessary But the direction of its institutionalisation suggests that it will acquire characteristics of a classic welfare schemerather than a scheme of last resort Secondthe government is also proposing an ambitious convergence programmewhere NREGA is allied to a host of other programmes At some levelthis convergence may be sensiblebut designing an architecture that does not derail existing schemes in the name of convergence is going to be a tricky issue In particularcrucial choices will have to be made about who retains the final decision-making authority over the form convergence takes at the local level But perhaps the most important reason is the fact that for the first time the ministry of rural development and the ministry of panchayati raj have the same minister This provides an occasion to resolve what has been a perpetual tension in the way government thinks about the architecture of rural service delivery On the one handthere are what we might call schemers These are officials who think largely in the framework of Centrally-sponsored schemesbureaucratic largesse from above with all kinds of conditionalities On the other handthere are genuine decentralisersfor whom the objective of rural service delivery is not simply about the implementation of Centrally-sponsored schemesbut about genuine empowerment of the local panchayat system The conflict between the two is not always stark SometimesCentrally-sponsored schemes can be used to strengthen panchayat institutionsas happened in the case of NREGA Although even hereit has to be saidoften the success of the scheme depended upon bypassing panchayatsrather than strengthening them New Delhi has largely been dominated by schemers rather than genuine decentralisers States have certainly for the most part opposed genuinely strengthening panchayat institutionsfearing a loss of their own power But support for decentralisation at the Centre has also been more symbolic than real There is considerable evidence of this Despite the 73rd Amendmentthe constitutional status of panchayats in terms of being able to perform a range of functions remains very fragile There is also considerable irony in the fact that most of the states where panchayats have deeply institutionalised after the 73rd Amendment were also states where these institutions did well before the amendment The amendment itself has turned out to be a weaker instrument for local empowerment There is a vexed question about the relationship between elected local officials and the bureaucracy; by and large the bureaucracy has had the upper hand in this relationship There is still relatively little clarity about what functions should be performed at what level and why; the subsidiarity principle is evoked largely as a gesture Finallythere is the perennial argument of the schemers: we cannot transfer fundsfunctions and functionaries to panchayats because they have no capacity In this argumentcapacity has been judgednot by the ability to mobilise locally relevant knowledge for taking simple decisionsbut by the ability to conform to bureaucratic canons of standardisation No argument has been more beautifully self-fulfilling: since they dont have capacitydont devolve real power to them; since they dont have real powerdont build up their capacity This debate has gone on for 60 years and it is high time panchayats were endowed with genuine administrative capacity There has also been another political paradox at the heart of the panchayat system In order to avoid capture by local elitesreservation and rotation were introduced These instruments may have had the effect of prising open local power structures a little bit But they also have vitiated the political strength of the panchayat system as a whole for two reasons One of the attractions of local government was supposed to be that citizens could reward and punish elected officials on performance; the more local the governmentthe easier it is to make judgments about the distinguishing character of politicians This mechanism has become relatively meaningless Due to the fact that elected officials cannot now create an enduring political basetheir bargaining power in relation to other political functionaries and the state is also reduced Now there is an unprecedented historical opportunity to genuinely empower panchayats The scale of funding and number of functionaries available under various schemes is now truly staggering And if the control of some of these is transferred to the panchayatstheir significance and capacity will be enhanced dramatically The minister in chargeCP Joshiis a veteran of panchayat matterswith a sophisticated understanding of the politicalconstitutional and administrative issues involved; the fact that he has both ministries should allow him to resolve the tension between the schemers and the decentralisers decisively Oddly enoughthere is also now considerable analytical depth to our understanding of local governance in rural Indiain stark contrast to our near ignorance about the dynamics of local government in urban India Joshis predecessorMani Shankar Aiyarwas consistently right about one broad theme: you cannotin the long runhave inclusive growth without inclusive governance There is no way of having genuinely inclusive governance in rural India without strengthening panchayat institutions Welfare schemes are importantbut taken alone they do not complete our transformation from subjects to citizens The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Not that I don’t want to direct," he said. which calls for the UK to remain in the single market and customs union after Brexit – which is not in line with the Labour’s official stand. Spain. and ends up spending majority time in Nepal. the UT education department has constituted a five-member committee to fine-tune the draft proposal of extended schools.The draft proposal was framed by the education department and was submitted to the adviser for approval before sending it to UT administrator V P Singh Badnore According to sources Parimal Rai has directed the education department to study models of extended schools of other states before finalising the draft proposal The committee headed by deputy district education officer Rajinder Kaur comprises four principals of government schools The committee has also been asked to consider the guideline issued by the HRDministry The department has identified three schools – Government Model Senior School Sector (GMSSS) sector 8 GMSSS sector 45 GMSSS Sector 26 timber market — for the project As per the guidelines of the MHRD the project should initially include a total of 560 students from classes VI to VIII (80 students per class) Duration of the schools should be around nine hours that is from 8 am to 5 pm which will include two mini breaks of 20 and 15 minutes respectively and one lunch break of 50 minutes The education department has proposed that the students will be served lunch around 1:45 pm following which students will take rest for an hour Mattresses and other facilities will be provided Remedial classes homework classes will take place for an hour and one hour will be set aside for recreational activities such as sports dramatics dance etc The aim of the extended schools is to provide children an opportunity to develop in their own time and space relieving the parents from the task of tutoring at home Duties of teachers All the teachers would be present in the school campus to monitor the activities up to 3:30 pm Thereafter for guided learning and academic activities subject teachers would be assigned class wise duties on the rational basis from 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm They will be given additional remuneration For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sriram Veera | Mumbai | Updated: August 12 2016 9:49 am Hanif Mohammad (L) was born in pre-independence India in the year 1936 Top News It was in a disused temple in Karachi that Hanif Mohammad developed his cricket The family had moved from Gujarat after partition and had made the temple hall their new home The constraint of the real estate has often shaped the style of batsmen in their formative years and Hanif’s case was no different A small wall separated the garden from the road on the leg side and if the young Hanif and his brothers lifted the ball over the wall it was deemed out “We seldom did That was our secret” Hanif would recall later It was the birth of the most successful defensive technique to have emerged from Pakistan that was to leave an indelible impression in cricket grounds from Barbados to Bombay Hanif was Pakistan’s first cricketing star and became an adored figure through two stonewalling Test knocks – a 16 hours 30 minutes knock of 337 against West Indies to save a Test and a year later piling up 499 in a domestic game to beat Don Bradman’s then record of 452 The greatest stonewaller of his times has unsurprisingly produced strange and varied reactions from people across the world From an inebriated Caribbean fan falling off a tree from sheer boredom in Barbados to a parochial Indian fan attempting to slit his right hand – stories are numerous and fascinating The knifing episode came on the 1960-61 tour of India During a train ride Hanif shook hands with someone he thought was a fan but instead got his hand slit by a concealed blade It obviously set off an alarm in Pakistan and Hanif’s mother Ameer Bee one of the principal figures in him taking up this game had even rushed to India but the tour went on There was to be more drama involving Hanif before the first Test in Bombay though His hand had recovered but he developed a foot infection and two weeks before the Test his toe nails were removed He couldn’t even put his shoes on but the captain Fazal Mahmood was insistent that he had to play The mother was again brought into the picture – this time by the captain who worked on her emotionally And Ameer Bee told her son who could never refuse her that he must play for the sake of the country “My mother said I owed it to Pakistan” And so Hanif played a toe-shaped hole cut on the shoe that left him in danger of a serious injury A 45-minute net session before the game had left his foot soaked in blood but a toe-nail less Hanif went on to play the game “My innings in that Test was my finest I have played though least remembered” Hanif said later “It was like batting with nails piercing your feet It was a cricketing crucification” He was run out for 160 in that Test “With his crouching stance ultra-defensive technique and lack of inches he was rarely an attractive player to watch For Hanif it (batting) was a solemn duty a vocation whose fundamental purpose was to ensure his country was not defeated” wrote Peter Oborne in the Wounded Tiger history of Pakistan cricket It was a trait that was well captured in his most famous Test knock – that 337 against West Indies to save the game The particulars are well documented – Pakistan were following on 473 adrift on a deteriorating pitch against an attack that featured that Roy Gilchrist and there were three days left in the game It’s in the little specifics that Hanif’s greatness stands out Like in the notes that his captain AH Kardar would leave on the dressing table of his room “You are the only hope to save Pakistan” read one of the early notes For three days Hanif would come back battered and bruised but unbeaten The lunch breaks would see him settle in a corner with a small piece of chicken before he would relax take a shower and head out with a piece of wood again For three days he stuffed his thighs with towels from the hotel room Forget helmet there was no proper thigh pad and a towel stood between him and Roy Gilchrist’s fury Several deliveries flew past his face others crunched his thigh but he carried Once he tried hooking Gilchrist but the ball was past him before his bat could come anywhere near it Out strode Clyde Walcott with a piece of advice: “Don’t try to hook Gilchrist he is too fast for you” It was a good advice and one that Hanif heeded for the rest of the game Tip-toed sways and a dead bat was instead offered and slowly the runs and hours start to pile up To this day there is a confusion over the number of hours he spent Some say 970 minutes others go for 999 – but no one doubts the valour and the technique involved in the bloody 16-hour effort A year later back in Pakistan he amassed 499 to break Don Bradman’s 452 for the highest first-class score before Brian Lara broke it 33 years later The runs weren’t always scored so that his country wouldn’t be defeated Occasionally it was for more personal reasons Like a saree for his wife In the 1961 tour of India during the Kolkata Test the Pakistan team had a prize for the top scorer in the game “My brother Mushtaq made 61 in the first innings I told my brother that I wanted the saree since I was newly married I scored an unbeaten 63 in the second innings and got the saree” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 8 2016 3:06 am Related News A legislation that aims to clear the decks for permitting sale of public lands previously allotted on lease or occupancy basis was cleared by the state legislative assembly on Thursday Nearly two months after the Maharashtra cabinet decided to offer the option of disposal of such public plots the government introduced a bill in the lower House and secured an approval Share This Article Related Article The move comes at a time when controversy continues to rage over contentious land allotments made to celebrities and trusts controlled by politicians While the previous Congress-NCP regime had in 2012 permitted conversion of lease lands to occupancy basis on payment of premium at ready reckoner rates the latest move is aimed at further decontrol of such lands For land grants on occupancy and lease there are restrictions over the transfer of land or change of use since their ownership vests in the government Converting such grants on ownership basis would permanently lift these curbs and transfer full rights to the holder While the bill dealt with amendments required to be introduced in the Maharashtra Land Revenue Code to permit disposal of public land Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse informed the House that a committee under Principal Secretary (Revenue) Manu Kumar Srivastava had been constituted to design rules defining terms and conditions and the premiums at which conversion to ownership will be permitted The Minister has earlier clarified that land grants allotted on lease for public uses such as hospitals recreation grounds educational complexes and gymkhanas among others won’t be offered on sale “The committee will suggest the category of grants for which the option can be extended” said Khadse Official records show that about 1 04396 lakh grants exists on occupancy rights in Maharashtra Back in 2012 the then government had courted criticism for permitting conversion of lease lands at RR rates on grounds that actual real estate values especially in areas around urban centres such as Mumbai were higher than the RR rates The government has argued that the decontrol measure will rev up the economy and remove bottlenecks in development of such lands The move will also clear decks for regularisation of unauthorised use or transfer of such lands There has been had been rampant misuse of these plots in the past For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Springfield | Published: August 1 2016 1:04 pm Jimmy Walker produced three big birdies on the back nine and held his nerve against Jason Day to the very end (Source: Reuters) Top News American Jimmy Walker broke through for his first major title with a one-shot win over Jason Day in the PGA Championship after playing 36 holes at water-logged Baltusrol on Sunday The 37-year-old Texan calmly canned a three-foot par putt to win wire-to-wire with steely precision shooting a final-round 67 to finish on 14-under-par 266 but his victory was far from routine He had to return to the classic championship course early Sunday morning to play his entire third round after heavy rain and thunderstorms suspended play on Saturday and shot two-under 68 for a one-shot lead going into the final 18 Walker then had to fend off major winners Day and Henrik Stenson breathing down his neck in the final round but came out shining with a one-two punch after the turn to set up victory Holding a one-shot lead over both world number one and defending champion Day and British Open winner Stenson Walker holed out from a greenside bunker to birdie the 10th Walker then rolled in a left-to-right curling 30-foot uphill putt for birdie at the 11th to extend his lead to two over Australia’s Day He widened the lead to three with a birdie putt that curled around the lip and in at the 17th But Day put on the pressure reaching the par-five 18th in two He rolled in the eagle putt for 67 to close the gap to one as Walker playing in the final pairing looked on from back in the fairway The American then sprayed his approach into thick rough right of the green before punching his third safely onto the green but 35 feet beyond the hole He rolled his first putt three feet past leaving himself with a testing par putt which he sank under enormous pressure in the fading light for his first major triumph Walker’s victory completes a year of first-time major champions joining Masters champion Danny Willett of England American US Open winner Dustin Johnson and British Open champion Henrik Stenson In third place on 10-under was American Daniel Summerhays who fired a closing 66 with South African Branden Grace (67) Hideki Matsuyama (68) and American Brooks Koepka (70) another shot back With more threatening weather forecast for Sunday officials set up a marathon Sunday to try and finish the tournament sending players back out for the final round without re-pairing to save time The gamble paid off as the storms held up and the championship was settled They also ruled that final-round play would be conducted with preferred lies given the saturated state of the Baltusrol course and more rain expected It marked the first time players in a major championship were allowed to lift clean and place balls in the fairway For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 8 2016 11:31 pm Dipa Karmakar managed to perform her ‘Produnova’ vault cleanly to secure 14850 points after two attempts Related News Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar remained in the hunt for a place in the Olympic vault finals after finishing 6th in the qualifiers here today The Tripura-girl who is the country’s first woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics managed to perform her much-appreciated ‘Produnova’ vault cleanly to secure 14850 points after two attempts Dipa secured 7000 on difficulty and 81 on execution in her first attempt Her score for difficulty was a tad lower at 6000 in the second attempt She landed low on her Produnova vault in the first attempt while her second vault was a Tsuk double full twist with step to the side The Indian was sixth in the vault standings with two more sub-divisions to go The top-eight who would make the finals would be known after all the five sub-divisions are completed In the other routines Dipa secured 11666 for her effort on the uneven bars scoring low on difficulty but decent on execution Later Dipa scored 12866 for her performance on the balance beam The floor exercise fetched Dipa a score of 12033 which also included a 0300 penalty Dipa the first Indian woman gymnast to win a CWG medal currently stands 27th in the all-round standings with a combined score of 51665 The eight gymnasts with the highest individual scores in each apparatus move on to compete for an individual event title in that apparatus WATCH: India yet to win a medal but no need to panic yet The 24 men and 24 women with the highest combined individual totals move on to the all-around finals For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: May 14 2016 4:40 pm Revealing the secret helped Kit Harington escape from getting booked for over speeding Related News Curiosity around Jon Snow’s fate in the new season of “Game of Thrones” was so much that revealing the secret helped Kit Harington escape from getting booked for over speeding The 29-year-old actor who essays the role in the fantasy epic was on Jimmy Fallon’s show and recalled an incident where he saved himself from a policeman by telling him Snow’s future The fifth season of the show ended with Snow being murdered by the members of nights’ watch but fans always believed that he will be resurrected in the next series though the makers denied it Harington was told by the show bosses to hide the secret even from his family members but the actor told his parents and girlfriend that he will comeback from the dead Read More But there was another person who knew the secret a policeman who was willing to not book Harington for speeding provided he told him about his character’s fate “One policeman” said Harington “I was driving to my parent’s house and driving too fast and this policeman pulls me over and he said: ‘There’s two ways we can do this: You can either follow me back to the police station and I book you in or you can tell me whether you live on the next season’” The actor laughed but the officer stood with a straight face and said “Whether I take you into the police station depends on what your answer is” “I looked at him and said ‘I’m alive next season’ And he says ‘On your way Lord Commander’” After months of speculation “Game of Thrones” finally revealed that the fan favourite character is resurrected Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Deepika was the biggest hope.

We have also interacted with them, Austria has pulled out its large contingent of troops, has asked Deshmukh to resign on his own. Expertise vs professionalism A look into Deshmukh’s biodata makes his technical merit to important be overlooked Deshmukh who was appointed vice-chancellor on 7 July 2015 has to his credit 172 research publications over 18 years Deshmukh has served as a scientist and head of Coastal Systems Research Programme at the MS Swaminathan Research Centre and is the only teacher in Mumbai University to be a recognised PHD Guide in five subjects — Geography Botany Life Sciences Environmental Sciences and Biotechnology After completing his MSc from the Institute of Science Mumbai University in 1986 Deshmukh at 25 became one of the youngest PHD degree holders of Mumbai University in 1990? and moderate the posting of condolences and memories from existing medium? as it eventually converts to the post of CM candidate.the kitchen has four burners,and two pressure cookers to ensure energy-efficient cooking.



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