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Ace rallyist Gaurav Gill is leading the SUV standings with 39 points. Written by Express News Service | Published: June 6, "The museum’s mandate is also focused on artists whose practice is yet to receive desiring attention and critical acclaim. the Indian National Congress, Rajinikanth was meeting his fans in Tamil Nadu’s Kodambakkam on the last day of fan interactions. with abs and a buffed physique who runs with agility and will also take his shirt off. he launched Saudi Arabia’s war on Shiite rebels in Yemen, We are planning to have one in North Campus this year, said Pillai While SRCC has already installed 16 CCTV cameras on its premisesHindu College is busy installing 14 CCTV cameras on their grounds For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Varinder Bhatia | Chandigarh | Published: September 28 2012 5:59 am Related News Confirming allegations of woman and children of Rohtak-based shelter home Apna Ghar being sexually abuseda deaf and mute inmate recently gave birth to a girl Twenty-one-year-old Reema (name changed) who stayed at Apna Ghar for over two years was among six inmates who were shifted to a shelter in Bhiwani when a National Commission of Protection of Child Rights team raided Apna Ghar in May and it came to light that inmates were being sexually abused by in-charge Jaswanti Devi and othersincluding Haryana Police officers Several chargesincluding rapeforcibly causing miscarriage and violation of certain sections of the Juvenile Justice Act were slapped against Jaswanti and six others by the CBI on August 7 According to sourcesReema had given birth to the girl child at Rohtaks Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) on September 16 The hospital confirmed the birth of the childwho weighs 26 kgat 929 pm After staying in the hospital for three daysReema and her child had returned to the Bhiwani-based shelter Swadhar being run by Haryana women and child development department Reema was found to be pregnant when she was medically examined on May 30 According to sourcesa CBI team has obtained DNA samples of the newbornwhich will be matched with those arrested in connection with the case The agency will file an application in the CBI court for obtaining DNA samples of the accused In a similar case that took place at a shelter home in Chandigarha mentally-challenged girl had given birth to a girl after she was sexually exploited by the homes security guard Based on DNA samplesthe security guard was found to be the childs father Another inmate dies A 10-year-old mentally-challenged inmateKajalwho was shifted from Apna Ghar to Hanumante Bal Ashram in Bhiwanidied on Tuesday night at Rohtak PGIMS under mysterious circumstances She was among the eight inmateswho were transferred to the ashram in Bhiwani The postmortem report is awaited For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington:Describing India as an "important Pacific power" the draft election manifesto of the DemocraticParty has said it would continue to invest in long-term strategic relationship with the country and "press" Pakistan to deny terrorists sanctuaries on its soil Representational image IBNlive The Democratic Party Platform – akin to election manifesto of political parties in India – would be formally adopted at its convention in Philadelphia later this month wherein Hillary Clinton would be nominated as the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee for the November general elections A draft of the platform was released by the Democratic Party on Friday Among its members include people from both Clinton and the rival Bernie Sanders’ campaigns Indian-American Neera Tanden who is widely seen as a potential Cabinet member of the Clinton administration is among its members "Democrats will continue to invest in a long-term strategic partnership with India – the world’s largest democracy a nation of great diversity and an important Pacific power" the platform said signalling that a Democratic administration would continue with the India policy of the Obama Administration The platform said the US will work with its allies and partners to fortify regional institutions and norms as well as protect freedom of the seas in the South China Sea "We will push back against North Korean aggression and press China to play by the rules We will stand up to Beijing on unfair trade practices currency manipulation and cyber-attacks And we will promote greater respect for human rights including the rights of Tibetans" it said The platform calls for a strong counter-terrorism measure "Democrats will continue to push for an Afghan-led peace process and press Pakistan to deny all terrorists sanctuary on its soil" the platform said Cautioning the countrymen that it would be a dangerous mistake for America to abandon its responsibilities the draft said "We cannot as Donald Trump suggests cede the mantle of leadership for global peace and security to others who will not have our best interests in mind" American leadership is essential to keeping the US safe and economy growing in the years ahead said the draft platform "From the Asia Pacific to the Indian Ocean we will deepen our alliances in the region with Australia Japan New Zealand the Philippines South Korea and Thailand" it said The platform supported Obama’s decision to maintain a limited troop presence in Afghanistan and ensure that it never again serves as a haven for terrorists to plan and launch attacks on the US Rejecting "Donald Trump’s vilification of Muslims" the Democratic platform said it will repudiate vile tactics that would do the US harm "We reject Donald Trump’s vilification of Muslims It violates the religious freedom that is the bedrock of our country feeds into ISIS’ nefarious narrative and alienates people and countries who are crucial to defeating terrorism" the draft platform said "We reject Donald Trump’s suggestion that our military should engage in war crimes like murdering civilians related to suspected terrorists or torturing prisoners These tactics run counter to American principles undermine our moral standing cost innocent lives and endanger Americans" it said "We also firmly reject Donald Trump’s willingness to mire tens of thousands of our combat troops in a misguided ground war in the Middle East It would embolden ISIS and there is nothing smart or strong about such an approach" it added Asserting that climate change poses an urgent and severe threat to the national security the platform said the Democratic party believes that the United States must lead in forging a robust global solution to the climate crisis "We will not only meet the goals we set in Paris we will seek to exceed them and push other countries to do the same by slashing carbon pollution and rapidly driving down emissions of potent greenhouse gases like hydrofluorocarbons" the draft platform said "We will support developing countries in their efforts to mitigate carbon pollution and other greenhouse gases deploy more clean energy and invest in climate resilience and adaptation" it said On immigration the platform said people should come to the United States with visas and not through smugglers "That is why the Democratic Party supports legal immigration within reasonable limits that meets the needs of families communities and the economy as well as maintains the United States’ role as a beacon of hope for people seeking safety freedom and security Immigration is not a problem to be solved it is a defining aspect of the American character and history" the platform said By: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: May 6 2017 4:42 am Venkaiah Naidu in Lucknow on Friday Vishal Srivastav Top News At a review meeting presided over by Yogi Adityanath and Union Urban Development Information and Broadcasting Minister Venkaiah Naidu in Lucknow on Friday the latter handed over the release order of Rs 1263 crore to the chief minister for projects including smart cities Lucknow Metro and AMRUT (Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation) while both leaders blamed the previous SP government for its “lack of initiative” At the meeting it was also decided that proceedings of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly will soon be telecast live on Doordarshan “The earlier government did not have the mindset to work with the central government I am not making any allegation but to make things clear as the public has already given them the answer” said Naidu On the new Real Estate Act Naidu said “Real Estate Regulation is not a strangulation” He added that it was not an “easy task” to provide houses to everyone by 2022 as resolved by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also asked Adityanath to form a regulatory authority by the end of July keeping in mind the complaints made by buyers from areas like NOIDA and Ghaziabad Naidu while speaking at a joint press conference with the CM here also said that a new system has been put in place where instead of chief ministers visiting New Delhi for project-related matters he Naidu would visit states to review projects and resolve issues Calling Adityanath “dutiful” Modi “helpful” and the public of Uttar Pradesh “beautiful” the Union minister said that the state is now also part of ‘Mission MODI’ (Making of Developed India) The release order he handed over to the CM allocated Rs 440 crore under the Smart City Mission for four smart cities — Rs 119 crore for Lucknow Rs 107 each for Agra Kanpur and Varanasi and another Rs 2 crore for Rae Bareli and Meerut to make proposals Another Rs 446 crore was set aside for the Lucknow Metro project while Rs 375 crore was allocated for AMRUT He also said that they were planning to transfer funds directly to Jal Nigam and municipal bodies to prevent them from being siphoned off Naidu mentioned proposals for NOIDA and Greater NOIDA Metro rail projects of 297 km which are worth Rs 5503 crore and the Delhi Meerut Regional rapid transit system He blamed the previous Akhilesh Yadav-led government for failing to completely utilise the Prime Minister Awas Yojana claiming that the previous government had sent proposals of just 11000 houses as compared to states like Tamil Nadu which sent proposals for 230 lakh houses Later Adityanath said that the Lucknow Metro rail — which was inaugurated before completion by his predecessor Akhilesh Yadav — would still take another one and half months to become functional For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MK VENU | Published: June 5 2012 1:54 am Related News The domestic investment storywhich saved India post recessionis unravelling Last weekthe term growth shock was used to describe the unexpectedly low GDP growth of 53 per cent for the last quarter (January-March) of 2012 The consensus estimate by most analysts was that the last quarter would deliver more than 6 per cent growthat the very least As it turned outthe GDP growth came closer to 5 per centa number many economists regard as the upgraded Hindu rate of growth Just to refresh memorythe original Hindu rate of growthas described by the economist Raj Krishnawas about 3-35 per centwhich prevailed between 1950 and 1980 So getting close to the neo Hindu rate of growth (5 per cent)even if for a quarterhas some shock value It is also a grim reminder that the rising India story cannot be taken for granted against the backdrop of global economic weakness Of coursethe saving grace is we still managed to get a GDP growth of 65 per cent for the entire fiscal of 2011-12even if the last quarter was the worst we had seen in many years It was also interesting that Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee chose to mention two specific reasons that might have contributed to the dramatic fall in the GDP growth of the last quarter Onethe RBI had kept interest rates too high for too long Industryespecially small businesseshas been crying itself hoarse over the high cost of capital for some time Fresh private investment virtually came to a halt as the cost of capital began to make the critical difference in the decision on making new investments The second reason cited by Mukherjee for the rapidly slowing growth is the lack of mining clearances This is borne out by fresh data suggesting a 09 per cent negative growth in mining output in 2011-12 The only other time when mining output showed negative growth was in 1971when it contracted by 69 per cent How can you get reasonably high growth when mining output is declining For coaliron orealuminiumbauxite and copper are key industrial inputs To be surethis problem has occupied the mindspace of policymakers at the highest level for sometime now Prime Minister Manmohan Singh suggested a year ago that if coal mining output grew at a meagre 15 per cent then you could not get a GDP growth of 8 per cent plus Unfortunatelyhe diagnosed the problem right but did not provide a lasting cure Even nowseveral coal-mining clearances remain stalled as the new principal secretary to the prime minister Pulok Chatterji tries hard to get the environment ministry to clear them Given the vitiated political climateeven Chatterjis efforts are coming somewhat unstuck Lack of decision-making in the bureaucracywhich began in the wake of various CAG-induced controversiesis something that is getting worse by the day Now we have a CBI inquiry on coal allocations made directly under the PMOs administration Thisindeedmust be seen as the last straw on the camels back If even the prime minister is perceived to be under scrutinythe decision-making process is sure to move from the second gear to the firstbefore stalling completely To be fairthe decline in mining outputfor the first time since 1971is also partly due to the large-scale closure of illegal mines in Karnataka and Goa Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar recently told The Indian Express that he wasin factplanning to further reduce mining output in order to reverse environmental damage In Karnataka toono alternative mechanism has been put in place to legally revive mining output These factorsuntil they get resolved through a judicial/ democratic processwill have a negative impact on national output These domestic governance issues have combined with fresh uncertainties in the eurozone to create a double whammy for the economy The overall negative sentiment caused by both domestic and global factors is making businesses postpone their investments This is becoming a sort of self-fulfilling prophecy For instancein normal timesbusinesses start planning fresh investments once they hit 90 per cent of their existing production capacity Based on normal demand projectionsthey like to have fresh production facility in place before their existing capacity reaches 100 per cent This is also rational behaviour They do this based on normalexpected demand growth trends But in times such as thesebusinesses tend to wait even after hitting 100 per cent production capacity because they are not sure about the overall economic climate and future demand growth Consequentlythey hold back fresh investments So the lack of adequate new investment actually ends up further slowing demand growth This is how the self-fulfilling prophecy works And Indias GDP growth is roughly 50 per cent consumption-driven and 50 per cent investment-driven It is now feared that the investment-led GDP growth is seriously at risk It was precisely this domestic investment story that saved India after the worst global recession in six decades shook every economy in 2008-09 India had a GDP growth of 68 per cent in 2008-09 after absorbing humongous financial and economic shocks So the question then to ask is why has the Indian economy done worse in 2011-12with just 65 per cent GDP growththan in 2008-09when the roof seemed to be caving in on us The answer to this question is simple The domestic economy held up and showed resilience in 2008-09 A recent RBI study says while real-estate prices collapsed in the Western world and even declined in Indian metrosthe prices in Patna stayed not only stable but increased in the year after the 2008 global meltdown No wonder during 2007-09Bihar showed an average GDP growth rate of close to 10 per cent Other relatively laggard states such as OrissaChhattisgarhAssamMadhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand grew at nearly 7 per cent in the same period This was the resilience shown by the underdog state economies after the global economic crisis of 2008 Are we now losing that advantage While it is true that complex governance issuesloosely described as policy paralysishave eroded confidence in the domestic economyone cannot underestimate the role of the massive credit bubble created by most economies after the 2008 meltdown The credit bubble is gradually unwinding everywhereincluding in emerging markets like Chinathereby causing the GDPs of most economies to decelerate by up to 2 percentage points This is causing a lot of pain to over-leveraged businesses whose balance sheets are soaked in debt This trend is uniform across all emerging markets Only India has worsened its situation a lot more by its domestic mismanagement of the economy This is now reflecting in the Indian currency falling much more against the dollar than most emerging market currencies over the past year or so From here on we can only hope that things improve so that we can leave the neo Hindu rate of growth behind The writer is managing editorThe Financial Expressexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 6 2017 10:44 am Almaz Ayana won the gold medal with a timing of 30:1632 seconds (Source: Reuters) Top News Ethiopian Almaz Ayana destroyed the field to win the 10000 metres at the World Championships on Saturday finishing around 300 metres clear of her rivals in her first race of an injury-plagued season The Olympic champion began pulling away from the field after 10 laps sweeping past back markers who were made to look sluggish in comparison She finished in 30:1632 seconds well outside the world record she set when she won in Rio last year but still enough to win by an astonishing 4637 seconds by far the biggest margin in championship history Ayana’s compatriot Tirunesh Dibaba the former world and Olympic champion added to her impressive collection of medals when he took the silver with Kenya’s Agnes Tirop in third “I am very happy to win this title much more than when I won the Olympic gold because I have been sick this year and didn’t expect it In fact this was my first race of 2017” Ayana told reporters A repeat of her world record-breaking performance in Rio was never on the cards after a slow tactical start to the race in which the field crawled around the first lap in 81 seconds But the last two thirds of the race was reminiscent of Ayana’s extraordinary run last year where she also blew away the field Ayana began pulling away after 10 laps and by the 12th had opened up a gap of 30 metres The 25-year-old ran the next three kilometres in 8:33 minutes as she continued to increase her advantage and began overhauling the backmarkers with eight laps to go Remarkably Ayana’s prospects had been in doubt because injuries forced her to cancel a number of appearances at European meetings this season The battle for second turned into a three-horse race between Kenyans Tirop and Alice Nawowuna and the 32-year-old Dibaba Almost unnoticed Dibaba who is now focusing on running marathons won the sprint to claim silver to sit alongside the five world championship and three Olympic golds she has won “I have only had two months of training so I am happy to win silver this time” she said “It was a very fast race I knew that Almaz was going to run very fast so if I had followed her I wouldn’t have won a medal I know my capacity these days because my training for this race was very short” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Mundayur | Updated: October 7 2017 9:47 pm India conceded two goals in the second half of the match (Source: AP) Related News “Ladies and gentlemen today’s estimated attendance is 46300” said the stadium announcer towards the end of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Group A match between India and the USA The announcement provoked cheers from the crowd at New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru stadium India were losing 2-0 at the time and most of the fans were in the process of leaving or sitting idly One couldn’t blame them traffic was a nightmare outside the stadium before the match started and basic amenities like water bottles were scarce inside it All said and done at least 30000 fans did stay until the final whistle went up Every single one of those thousands who stayed back had their hearts in their mouths when Anwar Ali latched on to a ball that fell lose inside the opposition box from a corner with just over five minutes of regular time left It was a volley hit with some power from the left side of goal and Ali was looking for the top right corner the one that was closest for him The ball left his foot and rose But one just knew even halfway through its journey that it was rising too steeply It went on to hit the crossbar It didn’t matter whether you were sitting in the ridiculously cheap Category 4 seats the Category 1 seats the media box or the team dug-out you could feel the thud of the ball as it hit that bar and fell back into play In the frenzy of all the shooting and agony the US broke free They passed the ball to Andrew Carlton who found himself ahead of the entire Indian defence onside and with only the keeper to beat He drew out Dheeraj Moirangthem who had been brilliant throughout the match despite that scoreline and calmly dribbled away from him before passing it into the far corner United States led 3-0 game over This was India’s first taste of the ruthlessness a top quality side possesses For all the times they have played outside the country in the past year and a half they have never faced a team that can be considered even close to the United States or even Colombia and Ghana for that matter in any department of the pitch India started the match on a defensive note As coach Luis Norton de Mattos would say later in the post match press conference the home side’s passing in the final third was their undoing “We started the game very shy in the last pass We had to pose some problems to them and we didn’t because we were always not able to get the last pass correct” This was India’s first taste of the ruthlessness a top quality side possesses (Source: PTI) The United States were weary of the likes of Komal Thatal and Ninthoinganba Meetei catching them on the counter and treaded carefully with their attacks in the early minutes But India’s inability to maintain possession for more than two passes in the opposition half seemed to embolden them The Indian defenders were sitting deep throughout the match Tackles inside the box become more frequent in such a situation and India fared well in that department during the first 15 minutes One noteworthy moment was when Rahul Kannoly took the ball away from a dangerous Tim Weah with an inch perfect tackle at the touchline If it wasn’t for that Weah would have passed it to Josh Sargent right across the face of goal and US would have been 1-0 up then and there As the game went past the half hour mark the waves of American attacks increased in their frequency and the Indian defenders started conceding fouls One such foul was in the penalty box Centre back Jitendra Singh who was the main culprit and his team mates remonstrated with the referee with folded hands their mouths outlining the word ‘Please’ But it was a clear foul and Josh Sargent stepped up Sargent became the youngest goalscorer in the history of the FIFA Under 20 World Cup held earlier in the year He grabbed four goals and an assist in that tournament This made him one of the all time highest scorers in the U-20 level for the US Those goals also made some European heads turn and Bundesliga side Werder Bremen recently announced that Sargent will sign for the club in February 2018 after he turns 18 In terms of the most talented youngsters in the world Sargent is royalty It would have been a surprise had he missed and he was as cool as anyone could be while taking a penalty for his country in any World Cup and the United States were finally in the lead India started the second half with more vigour Thatal and Jadhav pressed high forcing the American defenders into taking the aerial route away from their half of the pitch as opposed to the leisurely ground passes they could pull off in the first half But they did break and provoked a corner in the 48th minute India were no match for the Americans physically and needed goalkeeper Dheeraj Moinganthem to punch the ball out in most set piece situations This time though it was a poorly taken corner that flew over all the heads and bounced off the rather surprised looking Indian skipper Amarjit Singh The ball fell sweetly for Chris Durkin at the edge of the box First time volleys when on target are always difficult to deal with for any goalkeeper especially in the chaotic aftermath of a corner Dheeraj could only get a hand to the ball before it went in Komal Thatal was a source of inspiration for India after they went 2-0 down (Source: AP) India were visibly deflated after that but they kept pushing and at the forefront was Komal Thattal The winger who only turned 17 last month was running circles around Jaylin Lindsey and James Sands by this time His team mates joined in and the attacks produced a chance as Aniket Jadhav put the ball in from the right side of the box looking for Abhijit Sarkar The latter couldn’t reach it but the pass itself turned out to be on target albeit not much for US keeper Justin Garces to deal with Anwar Ali then had his chance before Carleton killed the match After that third goal the Indian shoulders – on the field and in the stands – dropped Reality started setting in There was going to be no miracle The Indian players lacking any experience whatsoever of playing in such an atmosphere would not be holding their hands up in unfiltered glee after the final whistle It was to be as coach De Mattos had said a number of times in the run up to this opener The United States were a far better team on the pitch and the scoreline reflected that The spectators would have been left with mixed feelings about this game That this Indian team would be no match for USA was common knowledge A win for the hosts would have been the most unlikely outcome of this fixture But that one shot that hit the crossbar and the subsequent American goal did leave a sting in the air A physical and tactical gulf between India and the top sides in the world is a reality and this match is an example For the boys who turned up in the Indian blue though this will be a night to savour Make no mistake they were just inches away from making it 2-1 with about six minutes of regular time left in the match and send a shiver down the Americans’ spine These players will also remember that at the end of it all it was the night when they became the first representatives of India in a FIFA World Cup across age groups For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News In India, File photo of Lalu Prasad Yadav.

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