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he added. They were demanding car and other expensive items in dowry.armed men robbed a gurdwara in Sector 20, The space for the picture remains blank. The so-called “presidential” model of democracy, electoral faith has increasingly become based on hierarchy rather than equality. 2017 10:33 pm Top News Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki, Soumya recalls all the happy moments shared with Harman and misses him.undesirable trend? All the CMsfrom Bidhan Chandra Roy to Siddhartha Shankar Ray to Jyoti Basu to Buddhadeb Bhattacharjeemade it a point to attend the Assembly regularly but what she is doing is unwanted and undesirable for democracy? Sabyasachi Basu Roychoudhuryheaddepartment of political scienceRabindra Bharati Universitysaid For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsName: Sakshi Malik Age: 23 Discipline (sport): Wrestling Category: Women’s Freestyle 58 kg Qualification: Sakshi earned her Olympic quota by winning a silver medal in the second World Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament in Istanbul Turkey Strengths:Sakshi has an aggressive style of play and is doesn’t wait for the opponent to attack to make her move If she adds tact to this aggression she can elevate her performance at Rio Past Olympic performance: Debut Past record (best performances): -Sakshi won a silver medal in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow -She followed up her Commonwealth Games victory with a bronze medal at the 2015 Senior Asian Wrestling Championships in Doha – She also won a gold medal at the Dave Schultz International Wrestling Tournament in 2014 – She also grabbed a bronze medal at the Spanish Grand Prix in July this year File photo of Sakshi Malik Getty Images Sakshi Malik was always a talented face in the wrestling circuit but being in the same wrestling weight category as Geeta Phogat ended up leaving the grappler on the sidelines Geeta is often considered the queen of women’s wrestling in India being the first to win a Commonwealth medal and also the first to qualify for the Olmypics Hence Sakshi’s didn’t get the due credit for her accolades But it all changed this year when Geeta was suspended allegedly due to ‘indiscipline’ It was Sakshi’s chance to prove herself and if recent tournaments are any indication then she is hard at work to take full advantage of this opportunity Her bronze medal at the Spanish Grand Prix in July was certainly just the confidence boost she needed ahead of Rio She has clinched medals at all the possible avenues be it national or international sub-junior junior or senior levels An olympic medal would be just the addition to get Sakshi out of Geeta’s shadow But Sakshi is also looking beyond Rio focusing on establishing herself and her peers in the wrestling world and the future Olympics “Going to the Olympic is just the start The real challenge is carving out a niche for yourself on that stage and the only thing I am working towards everyday now is to give myself the best possible chance of doing that” she said “I want to bring joy and satisfaction to my family and my country at least till 2020” she added to Sportskeeda In terms of her style of play Sakshi’s coach Ishwar Dahiya is pleased with her aggressive initiative in the arena “Sakshi aims for the legs from the beginning That is the strong part of her game She won’t wait for the opponent to attack If she stays focused and trains harder she will win more medals for India” he said to The Indian Express The grappler from Rohtak Haryana attributes her ability to go so far in wrestling to her adversities "Maybe it was my tough upbringing that made me fight for my success From an early age I was taught that you have to fight fight and fight to achieve something” she said She wants to win the medal not just for herself but for the country “Sportsman ke liye sabse best feeling hoti hai ki humein medal mil raha hai aur hum India ka jhanda upar kar rahe hai”(The best feeling for a sportsman is to win a medal and see the Indian flage getting hoisted) she said with a hopeful smile on her face With inputs from agencies By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 25 2016 3:06 am Clash between members of Singh Sena and Youth for Buddhist India (Express Photo: Prem Nath Pandey) Top News At least 40 persons were detained after a clash broke out between two groups at Jantar Mantar Sunday over the issue of beating up of four Dalit youths in Gujarat The incident took place when sloganeering between the activists of Youth for Buddhist India and a section of Singh Sena escalated “We were protesting quietly against Dalit atrocity in the country Members of the Singh Sena attacked us and also threw chairs at us” said a Youth for Buddhist India activist adding that they would lodge a complaint Sena members however said the ruckus started when Youth for Buddhist India members abused them for raising slogans A police officer said at least 40 persons were detained and later allowed to go Police have received a complaint from both sides he added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: October 20 2015 12:25 am Top News The Allahabad High Court has sought the response of the state government on a PIL which pleads that first information reports (FIRs) should be uploaded online so that the accused could get access to it within a reasonable time and seek legal recourse as per their rights A Division Bench of Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Yashwant Varma passed the order on October 16 while hearing a petition filed by Youth Bar Association of India and another filed through its state president and also the counsel for the petitioner Shikhar Awasthi The court said: “The learned Chief Standing Counsel is requested to take instructions and to place before the court the view of the state on whether the relief which has been prayed for the uploading of first information reports (FIRs) on the website of the state police can be considered to ensure that copies are made available expeditiously to the accused” The court listed the matter for next hearing on November 19 Share This Article Related Article Awasthi said: “Our prayer is that the FIRs should be made available online preferably within 24 hours Even if there is a time-bound framework of say 48 or 72 hours it can be accepted” “Our contention is that often after filing of the FIR the accused has to do the running around to get a certified copy of the same This leads to a delay in the accused seeking legal recourse Under the law an accused too has the right to know the charges under which he has been booked Delay in giving him a copy of the FIR obstructs his right to legal recourse” said Awasthi There are also cases added the counsel where the police change the section after registering the FIR “We have come across cases where a person was booked under a non-cognisable offence But by the time he procured a certified copy of the FIR cognisable sections had been invoked against him Putting FIRs online will help in reducing this problem” said Awasthi For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing: South Korean president Moon Jae-in will meet with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Beijing Thursday amid mixed US signals about potential talks to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis Relations between Beijing and Seoul have encountered their own rough patch over the US military’s deployment of a powerful anti-missile defence system in the South to counter the North’s threats Moon hopes to "normalise" ties during the visit his office has said after Beijing imposed economic measures against South Korean companies a move seen as retaliation to the installation of the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) system China sees the deployment as a threat to its own security South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Chinese president Xi Jinping Agencies Moving past the disagreement has become increasingly important amid growing concern that bellicose rhetoric between Washington and Pyongyang could spark war on the Korean peninsula "The highlights to watch of the visit would be whether the two sides (Seoul and Beijing) can start a dialogue and cooperation mechanism on the DPRK (North Korea) nuclear issue" said Zhu Feng international studies professor at Peking University China has long refused to countenance the possibility that the North’s Communist regime could collapse But a series of nuclear and missile tests combined with pressure from US president Donald Trump has pushed Beijing to reconsider its position and prioritise improving relations with Seoul "It is a very uncertain period" Zhu said "The two sides need high-level dialogues and dialogues between militaries These dialogues cannot really start without the normalisation of the bilateral relations" Possible talks Moon’s visit comes after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Washington was ready to talk to North Korea "without preconditions" though it remains determined to force Pyongyang to give up its nuclear arsenal China and Russia responded positively to Tillerson’s remarks even after the White House appeared to put his proposal in question by saying Trump’s "views on North Korea have not changed" Beijing has pressed for talks to peacefully resolve the crisis but there are signals that it has begun to prepare for the possibility of the North’s collapse Tillerson said Tuesday that US and Chinese officials have discussed scenarios in case the North Korean regime falls including steps to deal with refugees crossing the border and how to secure Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons Washington’s top diplomat said these discussions involved him the US defence secretary and military chief and senior Chinese officials Such discussions were unthinkable just a few months ago But China’s priority has been to convince the United States and North Korea to hold talks Beijing has also urged the US Japan and South Korea to suspend joint military drills in the region in return for North Korea to halt its nuclear activities — an idea consistently rejected by Washington and Seoul But "Pyongyang can’t have its cake and eat it too the state-run China Daily warned in an editorial Thursday "It cannot expect Washington to engage in direct peace talks with it while at the same time making such talks more difficult by continuing with its missile launches and nuclear tests" In Tokyo UN chief Antonio Guterres warned that the worst outcome would be for the world to "sleepwalk into a war that might have very dramatic circumstances" Thaw With concerns about the peninsula’s stability mounting South Korea and China issued identically-worded statements last month on their mutual desire to improve relations They did not state any specifics but Beijing has demanded that Seoul formally promise not to deploy any more THAAD launchers and not to join any regional US missile defence system On Tuesday Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Beijing had reached "some consensus" with Seoul on THAAD In a limited sign of improved ties China’s state tourism board approved Seoul-bound group tours from some parts of the country last month A business delegation including executives from South Korean giants Samsung Hyundai and LG is accompanying Moon on the trip which began Wednesday and is the president’s first state visit to China since he took office in May Chandigarh: Several farmer bodies on Monday held protests in Haryana over the killing of five persons in police firing during protests in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh Representational image PTI The farmers who staged demonstrations in Panchkula Rohtak and other places demanded the immediate arrest of those responsible for the deaths and adequate compensation for the injured Senior Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Gurnam Singh said it was unfortunate that the BJP had ignored its election promise of implementing the Swaminathan Commission report that recommends fixing the minimum support prices (MSP) for crops at levels at least 50 percent more than the weighted average cost of production "We want President’s rule to be imposed in Madhya Pradesh Those responsible for firing on farmers be tried for murder The Swaminathan Commission report should be implemented without any delay and crop loans of farmers across the country must be waived" Singh said Several farmer organisations have been holding protests at various places in Haryana during the past few days over the Mandsaur incident Srinagar: Separatists on Thursday appealed people to boycott the upcoming panchayat polls in Jammu and Kashmir saying the central and state governments have been using such elections to hoodwink international community Separatists Syed Ali Shah Geelani Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik said aboycott of these elections will deliver a message that Kashmiris want freedom from Indian occupationand that they will accept nothing less than freedom and right to self-determination File image of Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani AFP "India and its stooges repeatedly stage this election drama to hoodwink international community and pro-India parties and their leaders try to lure people in the name of roads unemployment and other sugar-coated things" the separatists said in a joint statement under the banner of Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) "Soon (after) this election drama is over these hypocrites their masters in Delhi and media declare this vote as a vote for India and use this farce to camouflage atrocities and human rights abuses in Kashmir" they said The separatists said any sort of election under this system – be it for "so-called Assembly Parliament municipal committee or panchayat" – is meant only to "harm the interests of Kashmiris "We appeal people of Kashmir to boycott panchayat election drama announced by the so-called rulers" they said The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday said it would hold panchayat elections from 15Feburarynext year New Delhi: The periodic review ofimplementation of the special economic zone policy will nothurt the industry Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on May 2 Responding to supplementaries during Question Hour inLok Sabha she said the review is aimed to make the policymore effective but it is not going to "hurt" the industry inany way In her written response the minister said the ongoingreview and reform as necessary of government policy andprocedure is inherent to public policy File photo AFP "The government on the basis of inputs and suggestionsreceived from stakeholders on the policy and operationalframework of SEZ scheme periodically reviews the policy andthe operational framework of SEZs and take necessary measuresso as to facilitate speedy and effective implementation of SEZpolicy" Sitharaman said Responding to another supplementary she said under theSEZ law lands are acquired by the state governments The landis either barren or infertile and no fertile land is acquiredfor SEZ project She said single crop land can be acquired to someextent In a case of hit-and-run a sub-inspector was hit by a speeding car in Cyberabad Telangana on Friday as he was returning home on his bike said a media report According to News18 the victim was left bleeding on the road but nobody stopped to help him The entire incident was captured on CCTV camera The Cyberabad police has registered a case in the incident and yet to identify the accused A Sub-inspector was hit by a speeding car in Cyberabad Telangana as he was returning on his bike Bikers passed but nobody stopped to help pictwittercom/F4sE9REk6f — News18 (@CNNnews18) November 3 2017 In May a sub-inspector was killed when a speeding car knocked him down while he was on a morning walk in Langer House area of Hyderabad city NDTV had reported M Kishtaiah had died on the spot inspector of police Langer House police station C Anjaiah had said since the Trinamool Congress government came to power in May 20 last year.

who had a nightmarish run of sorts organising all the props and setting up the play, Pakistan regrouped and bounced back strongly to make lethal circle penetrations and threatening Indian goalkeeper P. Recently, we are also looking for students who are appearing for UPSC exams in Mukherjee Nagar, “Running had a positive impact on my fitness.said,My son requires factors worth Rs 1 lakh each year My husband and I are not in a position to pay even half of the treatment cost We will be forced to see our son bleed if the state refuses to pay for his treatment? Ramesh Bala tweeted about the release date of the film and also revealed that the star cast of the film will be soon flying to the neighbouring country to promote the film. #Baahubali2 will also release in #Japan, 9-11," he said.

Shariq Khan | New Delhi | Updated: June 17, Like how AB (de Villiers) hit a straight drive, The Spaniard was tied for 93rd and will be pressed to make the cut. on Saturday, These ‘asanas’ or pranayams are directed to activate certain nerve points governed by energy centers within the body called ‘chakras’. said media reports. “The injuries are healed and he will participate in the games as normal.who joined this season and is also in the hot seat.he was being implicated in a false case for not switching to SAD? Lalli Majithia said that as many as eight cases against the family members of Balwinder Singh were falsely registered at the behest of Bikram Majithia ever since SAD came to power in 2007 Bikram Singh Majithia was unavailable for comment His media advisor Sukhdeep Singh Sidhu rejected the allegations Kamboj SHO Jagjit Singhwhen contactedsaid that Balwinders name figured in the attempt to murder case when he took charge For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: While handing down a four-year ban on Narsingh Yadav the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has ruled that the wrestler failed to produce any "real evidence" regarding the sabotage theory he had advanced and the balance of probabilities was that he orally took the banned substance intentionally in tablet form on more than one occasion In its full award the ad hoc panel of the CAS relied on expert evidence that Narsingh’s dope offence was not due to one-time ingestion of the prohibited substance and its concentration in the first test result (of 25 June) was so high that it had to come from an oral ingestion of one or two tablets of methandienone rather than from a drink where the powder had been mixed with water The expert opinion was given by Professor Christiane Ayotte from Canada who was presented by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Professor Ayotte is a member of IAAF Doping Commission since 1995 and was elected representative of the Heads of IOC Accredited Laboratories in 1995-1996 She is currently the Director of the WADA-accredited laboratory in Montreal File photo of Narsingh Yadav Reuters Narsingh’s urine sample taken out-of competition on 25 June was found to contain metabolites of methandienone and long term metabolite of methandienone Another sample taken out-of competition on 5 July was also found to contain long term metabolites of methandienone ".all in all found the sabotage (s) theory possible but not probable and certainly not grounded in any real evidence The panel therefore determined that the athlete had failed to satisfy his burden of proof and the panel was satisfied that the most likely explanation was that the athlete simply and intentionally ingested the prohibited substance in tablet form on more than one occasion" the CAS panel said The CAS had handed Narsingh a four-year ban in its ‘operative award’ on 18 August barely hours before his 74kg freestyle opening bout was scheduled "The panel had to weigh circumstantial evidence of the athlete against scientific evidence of WADA to determine whether it was satisfied with the athlete’s position that he did not take the prohibited substance intentionally The panel is conscious that expert evidence offered by Professor Ayotte may be susceptible to qualification by other expert (s) However the panel has no reason to question the scientific data and/or her expert testimony" the full award said Narsingh had submitted that the doping offence was due to sabotage carried out by Jithesh (a junior wrestler and a member of Sushil Kumar’s entourage) by mixing his energy drinks with prohibited substance on either 23 or 24June The panel also noted that the Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel of the NADA had heard three persons — Paswan Rahul Kumar and Pankaj Kumar — who had confirmed that they had seen Jithesh trying to contaminate Narsingh’s food earlier on 5 June by pouring some powder into the curry Narsingh also cited some earlier decisions of the CAS which had considered circumstantial evidence but the ad hoc panel of the top sports tribunal went with the expert evidence The panel said that "the reading of the long term metabolite in his second test (5 July) was consistent with the second ingestion towards the end of June 2016" It also ruled that the room-mate’s (Sandeep Yadav) ingestion was not at the same time "He (Sandeep) had the parent compound of methandienone in his test results so he must have taken the substance after the athlete (Narsingh) as opposed to both having their drinks spike at the same training session" the panel said Vidhuspat Singhania the counsel for Narsingh who appeared before the panel via video conference had also argued that the drinks might have been spiked twice But the panel did not consider this argument Regarding the criminal case filed against Jithesh at a Sonepat police station the WADA said that if any decision was rendered at a later stage by a criminal court in India which confirmed the alleged sabotage then any award made by this panel could be reviewed by the Supreme Court in Switzerland where the CAS is based The NADA was also one of the respondents in the case and it objected to the jurisdiction of the CAS on the ground that it had 21 days to appeal against the ADDP decision and so should be allowed to do this before WADA could appeal The NADA also argued that the case was not in connection with the Olympic Games The ad hoc panel of the CAS rejected NADA’s objection and went ahead in deciding the case on merits WADA’s expert Ayotte argued that there was at least 12 to 20 hours difference between the ingestion of of the prohibited substance by the athlete and by his room-mate Sandeep She said that the ingestion was from a therapeutic dose rather than from a suspension in water "The long term metabolite reading in the athlete’s first sample was 4ng/ml yet 10 days later the long term metabolite reading in the second sample was 20ng/ml While the reading can increase it would only do so in the first 2 or 3 days after ingestion As there was no trace of the parent compound in the first reading the likely ingestion was a few days before 25 June 2016 The conclusion is that the long term metabolite in the second Test (July 5) was from a different (second) ingestion of the prohibited substance" said Ayotte a leading independent scientist on anti-doping research WADA argued that Narsingh has failed that his doping offence was not intentional "He cannot establish the source of the prohibited substance He has merely claimed that his drink must have been spiked during a training session on 23 or 24 June 2016 There is no evidence relating to this only evidence that his food was allegedly tampered with some 20 days before" the WADA said Further according to the expert evidence of Dr Christiane Ayotte methandienone would not completely dissolve in a drink even if it had been ground down so the athlete (Narsingh) would have seen traces in the drink; the concentrations of methandienone were not consistent with a few micrograms having been ingested as a dispersed powder in a drink taken even the day before and by the time the second sample of 5 July 2016 was taken the concentration of the long tern metabolite was too high to be consistent with a one-time ingestion" it said Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 20 2012 2:43 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Thursday directed the Defence Ministry to comply with its order of December 232011 to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Pakistan for not releasing 54 Indian prisoners of 1971 war in breach of the Simla Agreement The court ordered that the defence secretary will have to remain personally present before it to explain the non-compliance while posting the matter for further hearing on May 3 A division bench comprising acting Chief Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharya and Justice J B Pardiwala passed the order while acting on a petition moved by some relatives of the Prisoners of War (PoWs) who are stranded in various Pakistani jails Petitioners lawyer Kishor Paul said? In not doing so.

who is the director of Indira Gandhi Centre for Freedom Struggle Studies, Harikrishna was seen struggling against much lower rated opposition. Image procured by Sameer Yasir." Sadiq Mushtaq,75 lakh for the period of January to March, The UN estimates that 605, has sustained injuries and is being treated at a private hospital. The rapid growth in the number of such bars – and the fact that they stay open past curfew hours – is seen as a reason for the crime spurt in Bidhannagar,” Isaac, said the government is also wishing to start initiatives to aid film fraternity to help them bring Indian cinema on other global platforms.

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