This discovery is likely to shed new light on how the quake of 1819 formed the western borders of one of the most inhospitable terrains on the planet ?allowing HSC students to continue staying at the hostel for CET preparations. University of Missouri researchers found men may have a natural aversion to amorous attractions to the wife next door. The scientists believe lowered the levels of NEFA means the participants are less likely to store fat around their stomach.” said the American. which has over time been heavily influenced by America and also developed a distinct identity of its own. They threw the bags from the trucks that we had loaded, said Bhinder Kumar Later in the afternoonwith the labourers apologising to the two and the contractors assuring that they would look into revising ratesa compromise was reached Meanwhilea sudden change in the weather on Mondayas a result of Kashmir witnessing snowfallhas spread panic among farmers who are yet to harvest their paddy Kamaljeet Singha farmer from Khannasaid: The cool weather is delaying the drying of paddy We are being forced to delay the bringing the crop into the mandi as no one will be buy paddy with high moisture content?Asre said: ? Apart from Messi and Iniesta’s smooth functioning, was not able to find his feet and was replaced by James Rodriguez.

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Truly Respect you ?#greatmen #proudindian #rajputboy” The Indian Prime Minister visited theUSA Netherlands and Portugal Modi was visiting the United States for the first time since Donald Trump took over as the President In his three-nation tour Modi was gifted a bicycle by Dutch Prime MinisterMark Rutte Trump who called Modi a true friend said “We have had tremendous meetings today a tremendous success And we enjoy a wonderful relationship but it’s never been better than it is today And again anytime you’d like we want to have you back as soon as possible” Jadeja who recently became a father to a baby girl ‘Nidhyana’ is in India’s 15-man squad for the five-match ODI and a T20I series against West Indies After being dropped from the first two one-dayers and Kuldeep claiming three wickets on his debut chances of Jadeja making into the playing XI are very sleek The third ODI will be played atSir Vivian Richards Stadium Antigua on June 30 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Beena Sarwar | Updated: March 28 2015 12:03 am Tahira Mazhar Ali struggled to reclaim spaces for a secular pluralistic Pakistan Related News One of my enduring memories of the formidable Tahira Mazhar Ali or Tahira apa as I called her is from December 1992 As a young journalist in Lahore I watched her on a raised platform in Mozang Chungi holding forth in Punjabi before a sea of rapt faces the crowd estimated at over 3000 Jet-black hair pulled back in her habitual bun a tall confident figure she spoke boldly against the government’s plans to insert a religion column in the Pakistan national identity card required for all citizens above 18 years of age In 1984 General Zia-ul-Haq’s illegitimate military regime had inserted a religion column in Pakistani passports a Saudi-inspired move aimed at preventing the country’s beleaguered Ahmadi community (officially termed as non-Muslims after a constitutional amendment in 1974) from going on pilgrimage to Mecca In 1992 an elected government was trying to further this apartheid Tahira apa and her husband the respected journalist Mazhar Ali Khan were part of the movement against this move The people prevailed The discriminatory proposal was shelved Tahira and Mazhar Ali Khan had opposed Zia contemptuously and elegantly most notably with Viewpoint the fortnightly English language magazine they launched in January 1975 using their personal resources Viewpoint was a torchbearer for progressive politics an incubator for many of Pakistan’s top journalists and a thorn in the side of dictators and would-be dictators until financial constraints forced its closure in April 1992 Mazhar Ali Khan died less than a year later in January 1993 Some time afterwards a brick-kiln workers’ union asked Tahira apa for help and she gave them the red brick building in the heart of Lahore that housed Viewpoint She was not one to just pay lip service to the workers’ cause Tahira apa was only 16 when she became radicalised after meeting and marrying Mazhar Ali Khan Both belonged to the same “very old crusty feudal family” as their eldest son Tariq Ali the leftist writer and political analyst has put it She had to wait until turning 18 in 1943 to formally join the Communist Party — an event she termed a “great occasion” She also worked with the Women’s Self-Defence League raising awareness about imperialism colonialism and new ideas about India and Pakistan She was not particularly enamoured of the idea of a separate country but when the CPI passed a resolution supporting a separate homeland for Indian Muslims she was tasked with delivering the resolution to Jinnah when he visited Lahore Share This Article Related Article She talked about that meeting in a 2007 interview for a book I was working on Speaking in her no-nonsense rapid-fire way she recalled bicycling over to Mamdot Villa on Habibullah Road where Jinnah was staying “I told him Mr Jinnah this is a resolution passed by the Communist Party and I was asked to give it to you because they have agreed that if the Muslims want a separate homeland they should have it” “‘Have they come to their senses’ he asked Then: ‘You’re not with us I hear you’re with the Congress’ “I said ‘Yes very much so Mr Jinnah because the Congress talks to the whole of India but you only talk to the Muslims so I am with the Congress’ “I was very young and talking back But he said to me ‘But why are you worried All your friends will come and meet you here from Amritsar and Jalandhar and Bombay and India and you can go there when you want to as I will be going to Bombay every year’ “So I think Mr Jinnah had a different vision of how Pakistan would be made I don’t think he could cope with his ill health and he was also in a hurry like Mountbatten He was going to die (of tuberculosis) His physician was a Hindu who promised him he would never let this secret come out so this secret never came out If it had things might have been different” During the early years of Pakistan Tahira apa just 22 in 1947 was among those who worked at refugee campsin Lahore Many wanted to go backbut were not allowed to return she recalled saying perhaps it was the same on the other side The real issue she believed was based on class and economics rather than religion Partition “was a middle-class thing mainly Punjab didn’t want to partition… Frontier didn’t want to Baluchistan didn’t want to Sindh — ask the Sindhis now and they will tell you it was wrong ‘We did it because we owed a lot of land to the Hindus and we thought they would go and we would then have the land to ourselves’ It was economic” Tahira apa was one of the founders of the Communist Party-supported Democratic Women’s Association (DWA) in 1950 Pakistan’s first women’s rights organisation DWA focused on mobilising women at the community level and was part of the umbrella group Women’s Action Forum formed in 1981 against Zia’s controversial laws imposed in the name of Islam She was also a stalwart of the movement for peace between India and Pakistan I last met Tahira apa a couple of years ago at her house in Lahore Inside her lovingly collected treasure of books art works Gandhara sculptures and rugs and textiles from around the region reflected a lifelong struggle to reclaim spaces and assert a secular pluralistic progressive Pakistan The struggle continues against all odds inspired by people like Tahira Mazhar Ali The writer is a Pakistani journalist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 4 2015 6:42 am Related News By: E Sridharan and Milan Vaishnav Today it’s an open secret that the opaque funding of elections represents the single-biggest driver of political corruption and criminality in India In 2014 India commemorated several important anniversaries — the 125th anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth and the 30th anniversary of Indira Gandhi’s assassination and of the horrific anti-Sikh riots that followed to name just two But 2014 also marked the anniversary of another milestone in Indian politics one that was completely forgotten but continues to affect Indian democracy in ways that the nation is still struggling to grapple with Forty-five years ago in 1969 Prime Minister Indira Gandhi convinced Parliament to amend the Companies Act and impose a total ban on corporate giving to political parties The ban signified a critical juncture in the evolution of India’s electoral regime eliminating the most important legal source of election funds Without providing an alternative financing mechanism (such as state funding) Gandhi’s decision — far from abolishing the link between business and politics — effectively pushed campaign finance underground an affliction that exists to the present day Today it’s an open secret that the opaque funding of elections represents the single-biggest driver of political corruption and criminality in India To be fair the ban was enacted amid genuine consternation over political corruption As early as 1964 the government-appointed Santhanam Committee warned of the corrosive effects of collusion between businessmen and politicians Indeed Gandhi herself sought to justify the ban as a monumental effort to curb cronyism In reality however she was more likely motivated by proximate political concerns The aim of the ban as Prem Shankar Jha put it was not to ensure the Congress a “secure above-board source of funds in the future but to cut off the flow of funds to its rivals” Gandhi alarmed by the swell of corporate support for right-wing opposition parties like the Swatantra Party and the Jana Sangh as well as the threat the business-friendly Syndicate posed to her leadership within the Congress yearned to cut them down to size However unlike what transpired in many European democracies during this period the government did not substitute private sources of party funds with state-funding of elections or party expenses As a result the ban created a financial vacuum that was filled by black money institutionalising a corrupt equilibrium in which politicians allocated licences necessary to operate in an increasingly dirigiste economy in exchange for under-the-table “donations” Share This Article Related Article This was part and parcel of a larger attempt to put business in its place and reassert the primacy of the state In quick succession Gandhi nationalised India’s banks and its domestic coal industry and imposed sweeping new restrictions on business In spite of these acts Gandhi cynically calculated that big business would still donate to the Congress albeit covertly fearing its ability to use its political and regulatory power as a cudgel to discipline businesses who refused to play ball On this score Gandhi was on target The ban ushered in an era of “briefcase politics” in the words of Stanley Kochanek Inflation coupled with intensifying political competition led to an arms race in election expenditures and the consolidation of a corrupt political finance regime in which ruling parties that controlled the regulatory levers of power maintained an advantage in fund-raising Moreover the ban spurred the rise of individuals and organisations especially those with criminal backgrounds who had access to unaccounted money and were thus sought after by parties for their ability to discreetly aggregate and distribute cash In the initial decades of the republic the Congress had contracted with all manner of lawbreakers and mercenaries to quietly manage elections Now such characters were openly embraced by Congress leaders — and soon by all other parties — as political candidates in their own right thanks to their financial resources Many years later in 1985 recognising the folly of the ban the Congress government of Rajiv Gandhi once again legalised corporate giving but corporate contributions remained under the table By this stage the exchange of political favours for illicit cash had become so deeply entrenched that re-legalisation garnered little support Companies had little incentive to be transparent as it could prompt retribution from politicians or parties that had not received funds Parties remained opposed because the prevailing system minimised accountability to funders or party members Fast forward to the present day and the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) reports that 75 per cent of the income of India’s six major parties comes from undocumented sources Around half of these funds came in a period of four months around elections largely in cash (for the Congress this figure stood around 90 per cent) But party resources are a drop in the bucket because candidates are expected to foot the vast majority of their campaign expenditures Ironically while politicians of all stripes complain about unrealistically low campaign spending limits candidates also routinely report spending just over half what they are legally entitled to (in reality campaign spending exceeds the prescribed limit by several orders of magnitude) Furthermore despite claims that 2014 marked India’s “good governance” election a record number of MPs with criminal records (34 per cent) now grace the halls of the Lok Sabha Twenty-one per cent of these lawmakers face serious charges like murder attempted murder and kidnapping The historical and empirical evidence is clear that the electoral success of “muscle” is due at least in part to the advantages of money Finding an exit from this morass is not easy but India has options The Narendra Modi government can begin by introducing rules and transparency to limit discretion in heavily state-regulated domains (such as land natural resources real estate mining and defence acquisitions) Absent this no amount of political finance regulation is likely to have much impact Beyond the economy Parliament must close large regulatory loopholes that enable dishonest reporting such as the provision for unlimited and undisclosed third-party spending on candidates Furthermore the Election Commission requires new statutory authorities such as the power to mandate complete transparency for political contributions Right now parties need not declare the source of any donation less than Rs 20000 ceding a party like the BSP the ability to not disclose the identity of a single donor in the past eight years Finally there is the oft-discussed issue of public funding of elections Until parties adopt strict rules on transparency and intra-party democracy public subsidies are likely to do more harm than good This is the grand bargain many European democracies have struck and is a deal worth exploring But unless a farsighted Central government can champion such reforms the after-effects of the ill-fated 1969 ban on company donations are likely to be felt long after its 45th anniversary Sridharan is academic director of the University of Pennsylvania Institute for the Advanced Study of India (UPIASI) in New Delhi Vaishnav is an associate with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington DC For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: April 7 2017 5:11 pm Shivaay was unanimously praised for its special effects Top News Ajay Devgan is elated but definitely not surprised with the National Award his film Shivaay has won for VFX The actor-filmmaker feels the movie’s special effects deserved the honour The film has bagged the 64th National Award for best special effects Shivaay which was unanimously praised for its special effects after its release last year had VFX by Ajay’s VFX studio NY VFXWAALA with Naveen Paul as the creative head Expressing his happiness and congratulating the film’s team Ajay also the film’s producer said in a statement “I feel delighted that Prestigious 64th National Award for Best Visual Effects has been awarded to our very own Naveen Paul of NY VFXWALA for our film SHIVAAY Many Congratulations to Naveen and the entire team of NY VFXWALA I’m thankful for the honourable jury but I have to say that I am not at all surprised by their decision This indeed is a well-deserved win” The studio NY VFXWAALA which is almost-two-year-old in the industry has earlier worked on films like Bajirao Mastani Theri Drishyam (also starring Ajay) and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Shivaay which was produced by Ajay under his banner Ajay Devgn’s Films was perhaps the biggest project for this young studio Also Read:Mohanlal wins special jury award at 64th National Film Award: I didn’t expectit The 64th National Film Awards announced on Friday April 7 Akshay Kumar won the best actor award for his performance in Rustom Neerja starring Sonam Kapoor won the best Hindi film award Marathi film Kasaav won the best film award Rajesh Mapuskar won the best director for his film Ventilator The film which was produced by Priyanka Chopra bagged three awards For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Berlin | Published: August 25 2017 9:00 pm Goalkeepers Bernd Leno Kevin Trapp and Marc-Andre ter Stegen are Joachim Loew’s three picks for his 24-man squad (Source: File) Related News Germany captain Manuel Neuer has not been included in the squad for their upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Norway as the goalkeeper lacks match practice following an injury Neuer broke a bone in his foot in April and has yet to play for his club Bayern Munich with the Bundesliga season having started last week “At the start of the season it is difficult for players to have a rhythm” head coach Joachim Loew said on Friday “So that is why some players for example our captain Manuel Neuer are not with us We discussed it with him and decided he should calmly get match practice with Bayern Munich” Goalkeepers Bernd Leno Kevin Trapp and Marc-Andre ter Stegen are his three picks for his 24-man squad The world champions’ backbone for their qualifiers in the Czech Republic on September 1 and against Norway in Stuttgart three days later is formed by 17 players who helped Germany win the Confederations Cup in July But Loew will have several others back after having rested them during the summer including Thomas Mueller Mesut Ozil Sami Khedira Mario Gomez Toni Kroos and Mats Hummels “The titles of the past count for nothing now no matter how happy we were in the summer” he said “At the end of the season we have the absolute high point with the World Cup in Russia There we want to win the title again and we will do everything for that big goal” Loew said “The players know what I expect from them and they are aware of tough competition (within the squad)” The Germans are top of their qualifying Group C on 18 points after six matches five points ahead of Northern Ireland and nine ahead of third-placed Czech Republic For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More 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then people in Nalbari will say ? you have done well to qualify after 20 years. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Madhav Pubby | Chandigarh | Updated: January 28, The deadline for responses is April 23 and it expects to publish a report with recommendations in 2013.t exist.By: Tech Desk | Updated: June 20 that is where the decision to disband the Board has stemmed from.but the usage of earthy colours sets the requisite tone.” he said. in the view of admissions to Delhi University-affiliated colleges,The Times of India reported Representative image PTI The Class XII HSSLC 2017 examination was conducted from 20 February to 20 March in Assam Around 25 lakh students across the state appeared for the examination this year Steps to obtain result: As has been observed over the course of the past few weeks the dates and times of result announcements have been frequently changed around The information above has not been independently verified However this article will continue to be updated to reflect official updates as and when they come in Written by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2013 2:30 pm Related News Actress Mahie Gillwho is stepping into Bindu’s iconic ‘Mona Darling’ act in Apoorva Lakhia’s Zanjeer remakesays the glamorous role pushed her out of her comfort zone Mahie Gill37made her debut in Bollywood with Sudhir Mishra’s Khoya Khoya Chand but became famous with her role of Paro in Dev D The actress says she never gave importance to her looks until now “This role is quite difficult for me because I have to concentrate on my looks It was a challenge for me because I have never given importance to my look and always concentrated on performance “HereI need to look good and this is something out of my comfort zone My costume designer and hair stylist have taken a lot of effort to do justice with the character It’s really difficult to maintain all the glamour” Mahi told PTI In the filmwhich will also be made in Teluguthe actress will be donning bikinis Mahi has taken to yoga to get in shape “NormallyI do one hour of yoga everyday but when I got the offer to play this roleI had to increase the duration of my exercise to get into shape” she said The film also stars Southern actor Ram Charan TejaPriyanks Chopra and Prakash Raj in pivotal roles MeanwhileMahi’s role in Saheb Biwi Gangster Returns is being appreciated but the actress credits script behind it “I am lucky that I am in the industry at a very right time because people have started experimenting with scripts I feel scripts are the real hero these days Even audience have become smart and they have started believing in these kind of films I am lucky that I am getting such roles” Mahi may have got her lucky break with Dev D but she was forced to say no to many offers after the film because producers wanted her to do bold roles The actresshoweveris happy with the way her career has shaped up “It was a big turn off for me I was getting of fers where directors especially wanted to cast me in bedroom scenes I rejected those offers and chose intelligent roles” said Mahiwho also has a parallel career in Punjabi Cinema For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 3 2017 4:53 am Daulataram Jogawat is expected to lose at least 80 kg by the next 18 months without having to maintain a special diet Top News With his weight receiving national limelight courtesy a tweet by columnist Shobhaa De inspector Daulataram Jogawat underwent a surgery Thursday to reduce his weight Jogawat of the Madhya Pradesh Police weighs 180 kg He arrived in the city on February 26 for medical check-ups and agreed to a bariatric surgery at South Mumbai’s Saifee Hospital Dr Muffazal Lakdawala bariatric surgeon and chairman of the Institute of Minimal Access Surgical Sciences & Research Centre at Saifee Hospital performed the surgery along with his team “He will probably be discharged on Friday” Lakdawala told The Indian Express Watch What Else is Making News Doctors have said the surgery will not cut all of Jogawat’s flab The inspector is expected to lose at least 80 kg over the next 18 months without having to maintain any special diet De had tweeted Jogawat’s picture to mock the Mumbai Police’s “heavy bandobast” during the recent municipal elections suggesting that the force needed to be healthier While the Mumbai Police promptly pointed out that the man was not one of theirs others noticed that the photo had been in circulation for the past three years used to make a point about overweight policemen The trail soon led to 57-year-old Jogawat who is posted in Police Lines Neemuch in MP Originally from Rajasthan Jogawat was born in Ratlam and joined the MP Police as a constable in 1979 Till the early 1990s he said he had been a fit man But he started putting on weight after a gall bladder operation The inspector also attributes his 180-kg weight to an insulin imbalance he suffers from For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 9 2017 1:42 am Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina celebrates his win against Roger Federer of Switzerland (Source: Reuters) Related News After tennis great Roger Federer and US Open compared Juan Martin del Potro’s forehand to Thor whipping the hammer Thor actor Chris Hemsworth accused the Argentinian of possessing something of his Del Potro advanced to the semifinal round of the 2017 US Open by defeating Federer on Wednesday Next up against Rafael Nadal it looks like Potro is having a little extra help along the way in the tournament taking place in New York Del Potro’s forehand has been compared to Thor whipping the hammer and videos of the 28-year old’s brutal smashes have gone viral with his hand being replaced with Thor’s hammer Even Federer posted the video after the match and called him ‘Juan Martin del THORtro @delpotrojuan’ Hemsworth on Friday wished del Potro for his next match against Rafael Nadal with the message “Lost my hammer again… but as they say sharing is caring Good luck @delpotrojuan @rogerfederer @usopen #USOpen #THORtro #ThorRagnarok” Lost my hammer again… but as they say sharing is caring Good luck @delpotrojuan @rogerfederer @usopen#USOpen #THORtro #ThorRagnarok pictwittercom/0HBP3okhaZ — Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) 8 September 2017 In the video Hemsworth said “This message is for Juan Martin del Potro I believe you have something of mine But I have something of yours (shows a tennis raquet) So can I get my hammer back It seems to be working pretty well for you you’re welcome But right now it’s coming So I’ll need it (back) ‘Buena suerte’ which means ‘good luck’ in Spanish for English speakers out there For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThane:Absconding mafia don Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar is reported to be suffering from bouts of depression owing to a family hurdle which despite his manpower and gunpower he is unable to resolve according to police officials Dawood Ibrahim PTI The problem apparently is his third child — and only son – Moin Nawaz D Kaskar 31 who has turned his back on the "family business" is a devout Muslim who has chosen to become a ‘maulana’ or a cleric-cum-religious teacher "Moin is understood to be deadly against his father’s illegal activities which have given the entire family a notorious reputation worldwide and made many of them wanted fugitives everywhere" Thane Anti-Extortion Cell head Pradeep Sharma told IANS He said this and other nuggets of an internal strife in the family tumbled out in bits and pieces during the ongoing interrogation of Iqbal Ibrahim Kaskar Dawood’s younger brother who was nabbed in three extortion cases last September by the Thane AEC Iqbal Kaskar has informed the investigators that a deeply worried Dawood is afflicted by bouts of despondency over who would look after and handle his vast underworld empire in the future More so as his other brother Anees Ibrahim Kaskar is now ageing and reportedly not in robust health other brothers are deceased and no reliable close relatives available to take over the reins of the empire "His son is practically estranged from the family and all its businesses since the past few years but it is not clear if he is on speaking terms with his father" said Sharma a former "encounter specialist" dreaded by the mafia with many scalps of dreaded criminals under his belt Iqbal Kaskar told the investigators that his nephew Moin is now a respected and qualified Maulana who is a ‘Hafiz-e-Quran’ having memorized the entire Holy Quran which comprises 6236 verses Besides he has discarded the comforts of the family’s palatial bungalow in the fashionable Clifton area in the posh Saddar suburb of Karachi and opted to live a mendicant’s life in a mosque adjacent to their home However his wife Saniya and their three minor children have not abandoned him and are living with him in the small quarters provided by the mosque management Moin’s main religious activities comprise teaching Holy Quran and Islamic preachings to young children leading the call of prayers and congregation of ‘namaz’ at various occasions and other social-religious responsibilities associated with a cleric "Its clear that Moin who could have inherited his father’s vast legal and illegal business empires ironically has decided to become a man of God and completely shunned a life of luxury which was at his command" Sharma said Earlier Moin who is a business management graduate used to help out his father in some of his line of works but gradually drifted away to the "divine call of Allah" A handsome young man in September 2011 he settled down in life and married a wealthy Karachi businessman’s daughter Saniya Shaikh who helps out in her family businesses in Pakistan and Britain Of Moin’s siblings Mahrukh got married in 2006 to Junaid the son of Pakistani star cricketer Javed Miandad and middle sister Mahreen tied the knot with a US-based businessman’s son in early 2011 Earlier Iqbal Kaskar had revealed that Dawood is in excellent health and living in Karachi under the protective eyes of the Pakistani agencies dismissing all speculation on his physical well-being that keeps floating occasionally The investigators are hopeful that in the coming days he may reveal more information about hisfamily imbroglios and provide clues to the future of his activities

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