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s sweet and salty Gujarati daal; mutton curry and tandoori parathas made by the family?” Klopp told reporters. We battled back many times in the game and showed so much character. eclipsing the 5 for 227 vs Pakistan at Abu Dhabi in October 2015.2012. Looks like that summer homework project she’s been putting off will just have to wait another few days. 2012 2:11 am Related News Delhi-gurgaon Concessionaire claims maximum wait time at toll plaza was 4 minutes, ? They found the evidence of recent exposure to pyrethroids in human urine as a metabolite, Fahim Ashraf.

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"We have players who can perform and change the game at the end of the day.being practical and forgetting?the paintrauma and desire for justice can only be assuaged when there is a genuine gesture of remorse and a public symbol of reconciliation by those in power when the crime occurred The state must express regret for what happened and build a grand monument to the victims The state must acknowledge that innocent people lost their lives It must create a public dialogue between the communities about the truth of 2002 and seek to rebuild the trust that was shattered It must acceptnot denywhat happened Without this acceptance and remorsesocial healing will not take place and the pain will not go away We cannot have one section of our people in pain This goes against the promise of our Independence struggle We must not break that promise The author is directorIndian Institute of Advanced StudyShimla Views are [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 27 2017 11:17 pm Antonio Conte softened his stance on Sunday after his team made do without Hazard in a 2-0 home victory over Everton (Source: AP) Top News Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said he would not object to Eden Hazard playing some part in Belgium’s World Cup qualifiers despite voicing his surprise at the injured forward’s call-up this week The influential Hazard is yet to play for the Premier League champions this season having suffered an ankle injury while with Belgium in June and Conte said on Friday it was “a big mistake” for Belgium coach Roberto Martinez to select him Conte softened his stance on Sunday after his team made do without Hazard in a 2-0 home victory over Everton “I had a conversation with Roberto Martinez yesterday and I think now it could be positive for Eden to go with the national team and have the training sessions then maybe to have the possibility to play a part of the game with Gibraltar” Conte told reporters “I told Roberto if I can help him I am ready to do this In my past I was a coach of a national team and I know very well that this task is not easy but also for Eden I talked with him and he is happy to go “He is the Belgium captain and the most important thing is to continue to work and improve and then after the international break to have the possibility to have him on the bench and to start to think of him as a new player for Chelsea this season” Belgium host Gibraltar on Aug 31 followed by a much tougher trip to Greece on Sept 3 Goals by Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata gave Chelsea the points against an Everton side looking flat after facing Manchester City on Monday and a Europa League clash with Hajduk Split in Croatia on Thursday Conte said it had been a good time to face Everton “Three games in seven days and is not easy also because they played very tough games against Man City and then a qualification match into the Europa League” Conte said “Then to play against us after our defeat at home in the first game it was not easy for Everton today but in this case you must be really focused and play the game in the right way and we did this really well “We dominated and created many chances to score and I saw many positive things” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 22 2017 3:20 am There was slow moving traffic throughout the day on the Western Express Highway between Borivli and Malad area due to water-logging (Photo By Tanmay Thombre Representational image Files) Top News Moderate to heavy rainfall continued in many parts of Mumbai causing traffic jams in some areas due to water-logging However despite the heavy rain local trains on Western Central and harbour lines were running on scheduled time with just one or two incidents of delay reported There was slow moving traffic throughout the day on the Western Express Highway between Borivli and Malad area due to water-logging Water-logging was also reported near Andheri subway Though the intensity of rainfall in the city has reduced poor drainage system is still leading to traffic pile-ups Meanwhile rain in Mumbai that took a break on Wednesday once again picked up pace on Thursday and Friday Between Thursday and Friday heavy to very heavy rainfall of 70 mm and 103 mm was recorded over adjoining areas of Alibaug and Dahanu respectively So far Mumbai has recorded 680 mm of rain against its monthly average of 7997 mm of rain For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: February 28 2016 5:47 am File photo of PM Narendra Modi Top News India awaits its Budget not with a spring in its step and hope in its heart but with a weary limp and an irregular heartbeat This isn’t only because its Finance Minister is better able to navigate the swamps of Delhi’s cricket politics than the roadmap of economic principle It’s because India has lost the thrill and optimism of May 2014 when it believed it had elected a PM who — for all his flaws of character and shall we say a not unblemished history — would change the country for the better Well he hasn’t This isn’t to say that the mess in India today is the same sort of mess that the country lived with for a decade of Congress-led stagnation It isn’t But what we see around us is just as ugly unappealing depressing — call it what you will If anything it is worse because it comes with the painful sting of being let down of being taken for a ride India was expecting a rapid undoing of Nehruvianism from this government And it has got that The problem is that Modi & Co are taking an axe to the wrong side of Nehru’s legacy The part that India needed to lose most was the statist economy the government’s intrusion into the making and selling of things; the bureaucratic stifling of the labour market; the pseudo-nationalist opposition to foreign investment where the legal strings attached serve as nooses around the neck of any investor; the damagingly amateur attitude to the taxation of transnational entities; and the pernicious attraction to subsidies and handouts No one would say that Modi loves these approaches to economic management but he has offered us very little evidence so far that he hates them He has only tinkered with India’s structural problems preferring to substitute slogans and verbiage for concrete action He’s like a barber who refuses to do any more than trim the sideburns of a man with a head full of lice — when that man is crying out for a total tonsure It doesn’t help Modi that his economic “deputy barber” — Arun Jaitley — has other ministerial jobs to do adding an inability to pay full attention to what needs to be done urgently to his inherent lack of economic expertise (Question for Modi: Dear sir why is your Finance Minister also the Minister of Corporate Affairs and of Information & Broadcasting Is this in the country’s best interests Obviously not: so he holds three jobs including the most important one in India after yours for all the wrong reasons) The part of Nehru’s legacy that has been under siege by the present government is the one that India needed to lose the least: that of secularism and of a nationalism that transcends crude religious dogma and obsessions India is not a Hindu Rashtra It never has been and — by the grace of my ancestral deity — it never will be Its ideals are those of tolerance co-existence and (to use a word that English-speaking Hindutva-types hate) syncretism That means that India’s whole is greater than the sum (and scum) of its parts; and that the religious and cultural ingredients of India are naturally inclined to combination not separation India is greater than its component religions: every single one of them I end with the plea that Modi reorient his anti-Nehru radar driving against those parts of India’s political legacy that keep the country poor backward un-modern and uncompetitive He mustn’t dismantle those few precious parts that keep India sane The writer is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution Follow the author on Twitter: @tunkuv For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: March 21 2016 12:19 am There was consensus among governors that the Centre should take another look at Article 226 of the Constitution to modify the writ admitting power of the high courts Related News Prime Minister Indira Gandhi called upon the governors to promote discipline and order in all walks of life so that the nation can make speedier progress Addressing a session of the governors’ conference Mrs Gandhi spoke about “the greatest harm done by the opposition parties” who had sought to promote a sense of despair in the country Unless the people were disciplined there could not be any progress Discipline Mrs Gandhi said was not regimentation but the ability to look beyond the interest of one’s group to the larger interests of the country Unless people imbibed this spirit it would be impossible to make headway she said On the issue of constitutional reforms Mrs Gandhi said she had not made up her mind There was consensus among governors that the Centre should take another look at Article 226 of the Constitution to modify the writ admitting power of the high courts Sanjay Reads history Youth Congress leader Sanjay Gandhi said that the opposition parties in the country were behaving in the manner the Britishers behaved a century ago Addressing a massive public rally in Guntur Andhra Pradesh Gandhi said that the opposition had forced the situation to paralyse the industry and destroy public properties as the Britishers did when they first came to India He said as the Britishers adopted a tactic of divide and rule so the opposition parties did in their attempt to destroy the country Cambodia’s victors The Cambodian head of state Prince Nordom Sihanouk scored a 100 per cent landslide victory in Cambodia’s first elections since the victorious Khmer Rouge took over the country on April 17 1975 Phnom Penh Radio reported In a broadcast monitored the radio said Prince Sihanouk won one of 250 seats for a new people’s national assembly There were 515 candidates in the field the radio said For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Manchester | Updated: September 10 2017 5:51 pm Kevin De Bruyne joined Manchester City two years ago from Wolfsburg (Source: Reuters) Related News Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his club were lucky to have midfielder Kevin De Bruyne after the Belgian delivered an outstanding performance in the 5-0 win over Liverpool on Saturday?000 pages of the SIT report ?members of the UN Security Council to fully implement UNSC? (Source: Reuters) Top News Syrian refugee Hala Kamil, cruising into the final at the Wuhan Open. they claim to be the ones who invented passing itself, 2017 1:38 pm Richard Gasquet of France won 6-7 (5), Preeto replies by saying that Soumya has gone to the temple to pray for Harman and Surbhi.

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