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every effort is working in favour of the actor, scoring just 20 runs from the first 19 overs as they successfully saw off the new ball. Outside the top 10,s passing away was a great loss to the cause of the spread of Dhamma. Once the committee is formed, mainly through organising three series against India. “Many grateful thanks the Rt Hon PM of Canada for sending me his greetings on the occasion of my birthday. Rehnesh was guilty of conceding the equaliser when Nandhakumar’s straight shot went through his legs. and Sri Lanka. but I doubt whether Chennai mein they will have any Chan(respite) against this Indian Team.

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Rooney has spoken about his fears over his gambling and they appear well-founded as in March in one two hour session,New Zealand. but without the splendor that Qatar’s Vision2030 had once envisaged — Gianni Infantino Jr. who has the redeeming features of his late father — that gleaming baldness the manicured eyebrows the giant smile and the suave self-confidence that goes with most football administrators is watching the tournament’s 95th match the penultimate 90 minutes of the first round He suppresses a yawn Arguably he is not watching a very good match A drone hovers nearby He takes a glass of champagne and sips The kick of the alcohol is immediate and a lightness soothes his mind Infantino Jr reclines a bit into his feather-cushioned seat He thinks of his many achievements — the presidency the largesse of the World Cup and the fine bank balance of his organization Then the Chinese striker tries an audacious lob The Venezuelan goalkeeper fumbles it The fans scream squeal and jeer in disapproval but little does it matter The scoreline reads 13-7 The Chinese have already qualified courtesy of their right enshrined in the Fifa constitution to pass by default to the round of 32 The match is a dead rubber Uncomfortably Infantino Jr shuffles in his seat The padding no longer feels soft The Fifa president becomes pensive His introduction of 64 teams and the abolition of the offside law had been audacious He had easily appeased the council — his own politburo he chuckles at the idea — with the usual incentives of power prestige and privileges The Congress had been all too happy to approve the World Cup expansion He had restored his power base with a trick picked up from his father Fifa had grossed a record profit from streaming rights and big sponsors had bent over backwards to be associated with football’s governing body He winced at the mere idea that 127 matches in 55 days were grotesque Nothing about Fifa was grotesque *** Amid snowy and overcast conditions Fifa president Gianni Infantino and Diego Maradona walked out last Monday and played a 5-side tournament on the synthetic field next to Fifa’s headquarters the Home of Fifa in Zurich Infantino grinned after all Maradona’s presence was a coup Diego Maradona kicks a penalty next to Fifa president Gianni Infantino during a Football Legends game AFP The Argentine is notoriously whimsical and opinionated The urchin from Lanus remains a misfit among the footballing establishment Maradona never forgave Fifa for his expulsion from the USA 1994 World Cup ‘The Scream’ against Greece is iconic but the Argentine subsequently failed to pass an anti-doping test He blamed Dr Joo Havelange Fifa’s godfather and Julio Grondona of a plot to oust him from the tournament In the past Maradona has called Fifa ‘a mafia’ accused Fifa officials of thievery and denounced the longstanding corruption at the organization But here he was alongside the Swiss-Italian football official in a wintry kick-about on the slopes of the Zürichberg The matches were light-hearted Even in Fifa’s realm of fantasy Infantino and Maradona didn’t form a great footballing partnership Infantino struggled to dribble Carlos Puyol so he jokingly showed Aleksander eferin his Uefa counterpart a red card The Fifa president paraded Maradona his newfound mascot He had convinced football’s biggest rebel to meekly tow the Fifa-line Did Maradona back a 48-team World Cup Yes And in the frosty Zurich night on the green carpet right after ‘The Best’ awards Maradona lauded almost serenaded Infantino “I’m very happy to be back in the Fifa family” said Maradona “I am satisfied that Infantino is doing a good job and is trying to restore transparency within Fifa and its credibility Fifa is making some important decisions and the move to expand the World Cup is a very good one I want people to return to the stadiums and to feel the true passion for football I am willing to help Infantino achieve this” Earlier that evening at 452 PM Maradona had walked on the carpet — in a grey suit and with two ruby earrings to wild pandemonium of fans He indulged in the glamour glitz and general air of expectation or apprehension that accompany semi-corporate events today in world football Eva Longoria hosted a gala night that delivered little but textbook laudations and overcooked videos ‘The Best’ was a poor concoction of the Ballon d’Or As the evening drew to a close Reinhard Grindel the president of the German FA the DFB was probed about Infantino’s expansion plans “A decision for expansion is crystallising” said Grindel not hiding his opposition like German coach Joachim Low to the plan The lanky German had not been the only dissonant voice that day in Zurich At the Kameha Grand Hotel with the garish life-sized lettering ‘Life is Grand’ a number of Fifa-invited legends didn’t seem to grasp that much of Fifa’s outward spiel is PR — inviting ‘El Diez’ and honoring the fans at ‘The Best’ The legends had been solicited to enhance the narrative — not to disturb it — but they neither dismissed nor endorsed a 48-team World Cup "On paper it is a wonderful idea” said Marcel Desailly “It could be good for football and also for the finances of the game But the integrity of the World Cup has to be maintained Smaller teams will be given more chances to qualify but we have to ensure that they are not there to just make up the numbers get thrashed and then come home” “More teams in the World Cup cannot lead to a drop in the quality of matches” commented Cafu "The World Cup happens once in four years and I don’t want it to lose the spark of what it represents" said Dwight York “It is closely fought You don’t want teams getting in and the powerhouses running riot” But at the level of Fifa politics and the many intricate machinations between Zurich and the five confederations players don’t wield much influence Fifa’s power structure is a pyramid: Infantino and his Fifa Council once a select group of self-serving whisky-sodden football officials in the form of the all-mighty Executive Committee headed by Sepp Blatter decide the future of international football The Congress then enacts the decisions Not even Cristiano Ronaldo can alter that At the end of the awards ceremony Infantino took center stage handing the trophy of 2016’s best player to the Portuguese who merited the accolade based on ‘La Undecima’ with Real Madrid and his laborious odyssey to lift the Henri Delaunay trophy with Portugal It was a neat reflection of the balance of power between the Fifa president and his players *** Back in 2015 one of the great dramas of our time — the reign of Joseph Blatter and the denouement thereof finally came to pass At last after 34 years at Fifa first as secretary-general then as president Blatter resigned Thus entered Infantino risen in the shadow of and moulded by Michel Platini the projected prince royal at Fifa His first few days in office reeked of the familial and facile: he reassured both Qatar and Russia that they would host the World Cup and drummed the beat for a World Cup with 40 participants He didn’t pretend to be a statesman who wanted to clean up the beautiful game but tilted towards the prototype of an unsavory football administrator At his election a protester held up a placard outside Zurich’s Hallenstadion with the words: “Make Fifa great again Vote Trump” It was both a witty indictment of Fifa and a reflection of the institutional crisis the organization is going through Inside the Hallenstadion there was déjà vu: same city same conference hall and same pantomime — the Fifa presidential elections though this time without the great survivor Sepp Blatter Fifa’s great empire began to collapse on a cold December afternoon in 2010 when Blatter and his Fifa Executive Committee awarded the 2022 World Cup to tiny gas-rich Qatar in front of a global TV audience That cataclysmic moment allowed Fifa’s gilded bubble to be pierced with a big needle with the arrests and indictments by the FBI and Swiss authorities last year The extraordinary Fifa congress that elected Infantino had also convened to pass a reform package but little suggested the organization wanted wholesale change Fifa’s interim president Issa Hayatou trumpeted the language of reform but has presided over African football in a demagogic way since 1988 The president of the Congolese national federation Omari Selemani soon followed suit in a bizarre double act but firmly supported Blatter in the past Both football administrators tried hard to convince but failed They were the messengers of the old regime Fifa president Gianni Infantino during his first press conference following his election in Zurich AFP In an easyJet flight Infantino flew off to London but that was again mere PR Under Infantino the organization has so far demonstrated precious little determination if any to transform from a corrupt and patronage-driven fiefdom into a more credible sports body: there has been neither an attempt at total housecleaning nor an endeavor to craft a roadmap for true reform Ultimately Fifa reforming Fifa is hogwash: Infantino as the organization’s new frontman was a non-election The 46-year old is defined by what he has done so far and not by his intangible reform claims The mammoth 48-team World Cup — the big money-spinner the ultimate cash cow — is Infantino’s brainchild and the latest deluded installation of the never-ending Fifa saga It is the aggrandisement of another sporting event and self-aggrandisement by Fifa and its many impervious football administrators Fifa’s line of argument was simple: the World Cup needs expansion because world football needs more inclusiveness That has been a functional ‘passepartout’ at Fifa ever since Havelange dethroned Sir Stanley Rous as the governing body’s president in 1974 Havelange acquired the game’s prime job on this ticket and so did Blatter Infantino has continued the tradition He is politically astute Infantino delivered his manifesto of bread and games to get re-elected in 2019 Less than a year in office and the Fifa boss has shown all the traits of a power junkie desperate for re-election Infantino has applied a tried and tested formula: expand and cash in It’s a full-proof manner of consolidating his power base in the vote-rich confederations of Africa and Asia and ensuring the financial future of Fifa "Our Afc representatives will be voting for the 48-team option” said Prasuf Patel the president of the All India Football Federation the Aiff and the vice-president of the Asian Football Confederation the Afc earlier this week “It would open up the World Cup to more countries and also generate more finances for Fifa I also believe that an expanded tournament would help nations where football is still developing and allow them to increase the popularity of the game This is something very important to Asia in particular We estimate that we will be given at least another two slots perhaps more and this can only help the game in countries like India and China” “We are in the 21st century and you have to shape the World Cup of the 21st century” highlighted Infantino during his press conference “Football is more than South America and Europe football is global It will help to develop football” Stripped bare from the PR the political machinations and the chutzpah this was a quest for power and money A bucket-sized World Cup with sixteen groups of three teams is the ultimate proof thereof because apart from inviting the maximum number of proposed newbie teams to the global stage the format will ‘coincidentally’ yield the highest projected revenue of $6495 billion and the biggest projected profit of $640 million A World Cup of 40 teams with eight groups of five as Infantino had wanted initially had been projected to gross a revenue of just $5520 billion with a paltry ‘net revenue growth’ of $135 million *** A World Cup of 48 teams is a victory for pragmatists over purists for quantity over quality for entertainment over sport The inflated tournament was a grand design to benefit a select number of parties with vested interests at the detriment of the game The World Cup was Fifa’s prime asset the ultimate tournament that easily overshadowed and dwarfed the European Champions League notwithstanding the quality and luster of the European club game The quadrennial tournament was the pinnacle of the beautiful game a congregation of leading ball artists refined tactical magicians and helter-skelter fans armies engaged in a month-long sacrosanct and delirious roller-coaster of elite football with the final and the right to hoist the iconic five kilogram trophy aloft as the culmination Gianni Infantino at a press briefing after Fifa’s ruling council unanimously approved an expansion of the World Cup from 32 to 48 teams in 2026 AFP In Brazil a Latin-flavored World Cup demonstrated the tournament’s enduring appeal Robin van Persie’s flying header past Iker Casillas was arguably the first round’s moment European powerhouses Italy England and Portugal were eliminated early on and they were not missed Jorge Sampaoli and Chile crafted a refreshing brand of modern football that combined tactical discipline with work rate and forward-thinking Lionel Messi carried Argentina to the final where Germany prevailed Die Mannschaft had showcased the best of modern football throughout the World Cup: plenty of ball possession swift transitions quick-fire passing superb movement and lethal counterattacking The World Cup had been refreshingly attacking with 27 goals on average per match a marked improvement from the tedious three previous editions best encapsulated by the three lasting images of their finals: Nigel De Jong’s kung fu kick Zinedine Zidane’s extra-time headbutt and Oliver Kahn’s tragic howler They were ‘explainers’ for World Cups that were poor in quality Teams forewent much attacking intent With limited training time a recurring problem at all major finals most countries lacked the finesse to dictate play and strike with precision It is after all easier to organize a defense then to instruct attacking Brazil then was an aberration and proved to be the best 32-team World Cup a format introduced at France ’98 The new madcap expansion will further erode the World Cup’s quality It’s a gamble Fifa wants to take for the further commodification of the game It is the World Cup as entertainment far removed from the athletic and moral ideal of sport — so much so that one may talk of ‘sportainment’ — ever more expansion for ever more commercialism Based on Neal Garbler’s treatise Life the Movie: How Entertainment Conquered Reality Rory Smith questions if football is still sport in issue II of renowned football quarterly The Blizzard “It [football] possesses characters narrative plot” writes Smith “It attracts more attention for what happens off the field than on The game still continues of course but the edifice around it suggests that sport is just an aspect of what football has become” Have football and the World Cup in its new format chipped away too much at the values that once shaped the global game entirely consumed by the forces of politics and economics Will the 2026 World Cup be Fifa’s ground zero an irredeemable point of no return —when it no longer matters with the World Cup as a self-destroying ‘product’ signifying the death of international football ‘[…]All that is holy is profaned” wrote Marx but in an age when the absurd and non-nonsensical are all too easily normalized the 48-team World Cup is but a logical product of its time — and so on 10 January 2017 the World Cup died By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: January 13 2017 5:57 pm Deepika Padukone’s action scenes in xXx: Return of Xander Cage Related News Deepika Padukone will be seen doing some high-octane stunts in her Hollywood debut xXx: Return of Xander Cage and the actress says the action scenes were quite challenging for her to do The film also stars Vin Diesel Ruby Rose Nina Dobrev Toni Collette and Samuel L Jackson It is the third film in the xXx franchise and a sequel to both xXx (2002) and xXx: State of the Union During a chat with her fans on Twitter Deepika was asked if she aced any challenges while shooting the film to which the 31-year-old actress replied “The action in particular was pretty challenging My body ached for a week after every sequence” Also Read |xXx Return of Xander Cage movie review WATCH VIDEO |xXx Premiere: Deepika Performs ‘Lungi Dance’ With Hollywood Star Vin Diesel Ranveer Shahid Shower Wishes However she said she “never” suffered any injury during the shoot The actress is currently in India along with her co-star Diesel and director D J Caruso for the film’s promotion xXx: Return of Xander Cage premiered here last night amid much fanfare and also saw attendance from Bollywood stars Also Read |Vin Diesel kisses Deepika Padukone calls her an angel See pics videos Talking about her co-star Diesel Deepika wrote “… he’s absolutely charming pure and very generous” The actress said Caruso and Diesel both wish that they could extend their India trip “He (Caruso) loves India and wishes he could stay back to experience a lot moresame goes for Vin” More from the world of Entertainment: Deepika Padukone Vin Diesel Ranveer Singh at xXx: Return of Xander Cage premiere See pics xXx: Return of Xander Cage releases in India on January 14 When asked by a fan which was her favourite Bollywood movie from last year Deepika said “Neerja Pink ADHM Kapoor & Sons (haven’t seen Dear Zindagi Sultan Dangal)” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 1 2017 2:32 am Related News THE THANE police have ordered an inquiry into an incident where procedures were allegedly not followed when a 28-year-old woman went to the Kapurbawdi police station last month to register a complaint about her neighbour allegedly filming her while she was taking bath Instead of the complaint being handled by a woman officer the woman and her husband had to show the video recorded by the neighbour to a male duty officer who then showed it to a senior inspector for his approval before an FIR was registered and the neighbour arrested The woman who felt embarrassed at the way the case was handled later approached Thane mayor Meenakshi Shinde Shinde then wrote to the Thane police commissioner asking him to ensure there are woman officers at every police station to investigate such cases Joint Commissioner of Police (Thane) Madhukar Pandey said “We have asked the woman senior inspector of Shrinagar police station in Thane to inquire into the incident We have asked her to find out why a woman officer did not handle the case” The initial probe conducted by two senior officers of Thane police who spoke to the woman concluded that she felt embarrassed since the case was handled by a male officer an officer said “She however has no problem with the action on part of the police The very day she along with her husband came to the police station an FIR was registered and the accused arrested” an officer claimed “Later when the accused was released on bail he went to meet the woman and requested her to take the case back Since he went to her on several occasions she felt harassed and approached the mayor who lives in her locality” he added “Later the mayor wrote to the police commissioner The mayor’s letter does not mention this letter but talks about having more woman officers in police stations to handle such cases” he said The officer said in most police stations in Thane there were two woman officers “Even at Kapurbawdi police station where the incident took place there are two woman officers One of them was on leave on May 15 when the incident took place The Shrinagar senior inspector has been asked to probe where the other woman officer was and why she was not asked to probe the matter” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published: April 21 2017 12:53 am Vishwanath Mahadeshwar on Wednesday (PTI/File Photo) Top News While Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar has expressed his unwillingness to move into the new Mayoral bungalow inside the Byculla Zoo premises and demanded an official residence in South Mumbai the civic body is going ahead with repairs to the Byculla house with officials saying that they expect to invite tenders in the next fortnight Officials from the civic body said that their proposal to repair and renovate the Byculla bungalow had received the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee’s approval last month “The committee has given approval for repairs to the ground-plus-one structure Besides it has also given approval for an additional 1500 sq ft area near the existing bungalow to be included as part of the official mayoral bungalow” said an official The civic administration has proposed the new mayoral bungalow in Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan and Zoo known as Byculla Zoo The bungalow along with the proposed addition will measure approximately 5600sqft as against the existing area of 5200 sq ft of the mayoral bungalow in Shivaji Park Dadar “We are awaiting an approval from the building and the proposal department which is likely to come in the next few days After that we will seek the approval of the civic chief to invite tenders for it” said the official On Monday Mahadeshwar wrote to civic chief Ajoy Mehta demanding that two bungalows of the additional municipal commissioners at Malabar Hill be allotted to him instead In the letter he stated that his Byculla residence may attract criticism as the zoo is a silence zone “It will disturb the environment in the zoo Besides activities after 6pm is prohibited in the area and it will create hurdles in organising many functions as a mayor The small size of the bungalow will also make things difficult in meeting dignitaries and foreign delegates” the letter stated adding that parking would also be another issue Officials said that they would put up sound barriers on the boundary wall of the bungalow in the zoo “For sound barriers the heritage committee has given permission So there won’t any issue of disturbing the animals Apart from shifting the security chowky to the main gate the plan also involves a parking space near the bungalow for some vehicles” explained the official However Mahadeshwar said he has made his stand clear to the civic administration about the new bungalow “I am not aware of the administration’s plan of inviting tenders I have made my stand clear in the letter to the civic chief My residence in the zoo may attract a case against me So it is with the administration to decide on it” he said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: September 12 2017 10:52 pm Related News An ousted FIFA official is due to testify at a British parliamentary hearing on Wednesday about the “pressure and interference” experienced while overseeing governance reforms Miguel Maduro was removed from the chairmanship of the governance committee at world soccer’s governing body after less than a year in May Maduro a Portuguese lawyer was due to appear on Tuesday at the hearing But travel problems meant Maduro will answer questions from legislators on the culture media and sport committee on Wednesday morning The committee says in a statement that the aim is to “explore the pressure and interference Maduro experienced at FIFA” Maduro will be protected by parliamentary privilege providing legal protections to speak freely His evidence could throw a fresh spotlight on FIFA President Gianni Infantino’s leadership of soccer For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Published: September 17 2014 5:19 pm Do not just blame tough deadlines demanding bosses or abusive colleagues for burnouts at work Related News Do not just blame tough deadlines demanding bosses or abusive colleagues for burnouts at work Having an understanding partner at home is just as important as having a supportive boss for a satisfying work experience “It turns out that mental health in the workplace does not exist in a vacuum; it is deeply affected by the rest of a person’s day-to-day life and vice versa” said Alain Marchand a professor from the school of industrial relations at the University of Montreal “To maintain a truly healthy workforce we need to look outside the office or home in simple terms to combat mental health issues in the workplace” he added To reach this conclusion the team from the University of Montreal and Concordia University surveyed 1954 employees from 63 different organisations to measure factors like parental status household income social network gender age physical health and levels of self-esteem They studied these elements alongside stressors typically seen in the workplace such as emotional exhaustion poor use of skills high psychological demands job insecurity and lack of authority “The study shows that fewer mental health problems are experienced by those living with a partner in households with young children higher household incomes less work-family conflicts and greater access to the support of a social network outside the workplace” Marchand explained Of course factors within the workplace like supportive employees job recognition and security are still important For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Boston | Published: September 29 2017 8:21 pm The world’s tropical forests are so degraded that they now emit more carbon into the atmosphere than they capture countering their role as a carbon sink according to a study that highlights the urgent need for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (Image Source: Boston University) Related News The world’s tropical forests are so degraded that they now emit more carbon into the atmosphere than they capture countering their role as a carbon sink according to a study that highlights the urgent need for reducing greenhouse gas emissions Researchers at the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) and Boston University in the US found that tropical regions are a net source of about 425 teragrams of carbon annually which is more than the emissions from all cars and trucks in the US A new cutting-edge approach to measuring changes in above-ground forest carbon density helped scientists determine that tropical forests have undergone widespread deforestation degradation and disturbance Previous measurements of forest carbon loss focused largely on areas subject to complete forest removal (deforestation) This is the first time however that scientists have been able to account for changes from subtle natural and human-caused losses (degradation and disturbance) such as small-scale tree removal and mortality while also measuring gains from forest growth The findings add new urgency to the critical need for aggressive global and national-scale efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to meet the climate goals of the Paris Agreement The study suggests there is a critical window of opportunity to reverse the trend in emissions by halting deforestation and degradation and actively restoring forests to degraded lands The study quantifies changes in aboveground forest carbon across tropical America Africa and Asia – the most threatened forests in the world – and those with the greatest ability to act as significant carbon stores as well as globally recognised hotspots of biodiversity and essential ecosystem services including food fibre and fuel “These findings provide the world with a wakeup call on forests” said WHRC scientist Alessandro Baccini lead author of the study published in the journal Science “If we are to keep global temperatures from rising to dangerous levels we need to drastically reduce emissions and greatly increase forests’ ability to absorb and store carbon Using 12 years (2003-2014) of satellite imagery laser remote sensing technology and field measurements Baccini and colleagues were able to capture losses in forest carbon from wholesale deforestation as well as from more difficult-to-measure fine-scale degradation and disturbance Gross annual losses were about 862 teragrams of carbon and while gains were approximately 437 teragrams of carbon Losses and gains of carbon are not evenly distributed cross the tropical belt the report finds On a continental scale the majority of the loss (nearly 60 per cent) occurred in Latin America home to the Amazon – the world’s largest remaining intact rainforest Nearly 24 per cent of the loss is attributable to Africa while the forests of Asia experienced the least losses – a little more than 16 per cent of the tropical total For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News The police said Singh, 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