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but surely? “I am sure we are going to bounce back strongly.were found wanting,5 —? Overall arrests of immigrants in the country illegally have increased in recent months," The writers were studying a concept laid out by Homero Aridjis and James Ramey in the online World Post in December.we will be tying up with Hero to send them out there, says Singh Singh is already talking up the two girls for success at the Asian and CWG levels but thats a long shot as of now The Asian level is increasingly competitive and the gap between juniors and seniors is vast Deborahs time for the 500m time trial was 37841snearly four seconds slower than the time Sarah Lee Wai-sze (3431s) set at the same meet While other teams at the Asian Championships were making the use of cutting-edge equipment including lactic acid monitors to assess the exact level of fatigue in a cyclistthe Indians didnt even have assured gym facilities ahead of the tournament The two girls themselves are unaware that the burden of cycling’s prospects in India will likely be placed on their shoulders For now all that is on their mind is perhaps a bit of football and a race to the top of a coconut tree How good are they All of Indias medals came in the junior track (velodrome) events India won a silver each in keirin and individual sprint and bronze in the team pursuit and 500m time trial The 500m time trial is a standing start event Its either 2 laps (on a 250m track) or 15 laps (on a 333m track) at international events Competition is limited to the continental championshipsWorld Cups and World Championships after the event was cancelled at the Olympics after 2004 At the Asian junior championshipsDeborah won a bronze with a timing of 37841 The Asian record is held by current world champion Sarah Lee Wai-sze of Hong Kong at 33939 Success in the time trial comes in handy in the individual sprint eventwhere competitors are seeded according to their time trial results Each match pits two cyclists against each other in the best-of-three races Each race consists of three laps of the (250m) track with side-by-side starts with victory in the third lap deciding the race Deborah won a bronze in this event but the level of competition in Asia is considered strongwith Guo Shuang of China winning bronze at the London Olympics and Sarah Lee Wai-sze taking bronze at the World Championships The team sprint is a two-lap race between two teams of two cyclistsstarting on opposite sides of the track Each member of the team must lead for one of the laps with the second lap deciding the winner China set the world record at the London Olympics with a time of 34422 seconds Deborah and Manorama won bronze in the juniors with a time of 38645 seconds The Keirin races involve 55 laps behind a motorcyclefollowed by a 25 lap sprint If the time trial is all about sheer powerthe keirin event requires a combination of speed and track awarenessas cyclists strive for the best position (usually behind the lead rider) Manorama timed her sprint brilliantly in the last 50 meters to finish with silver China and Hong Kong won silver and bronze respectively at London For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Updated: August 13 2016 12:38 am Top News On a late November evening in 1951 the then Pakistan prime minister Khawaja Nazimuddin was screaming with joy in Karachi “Pakistan Zindabad” was his rallying cry joined in by 20000 delirious people — Pakistan had just registered a maiden triumph against visiting Englishmen of the MCC and the moment’s import was sensed by the politician and the crowd that had stayed behind after the game It was barely a month since the mysterious assassination of the charismatic leader Liaquat Ali Khan and Nazimuddin had in his embrace two prominent cricketers from the game Fazal Mahmood and AH Kardar It was the beginning of Pakistan’s love affair with cricket When things fell apart in society cricket could be depended on to lift the mood and give pride — and not much has changed since Playing a vital part in that game was a diminutive 16-year-old Hanif Mohammad He had spent four hours for 64 a key contribution in the victory that hastened Pakistan’s election to the International Cricket Conference In the previous game he had earned respect with a knock of 26 accrued in nearly three hours against Brian Statham and Derek Shackleton At the end of the tour he was sent to the famous Alf Gover academy in England where Gover announced that he had nothing to teach this “natural” batsman From a teenage star to its first adult cricketing hero Hanif who died in Karachi on August 11 was involved in most of Pakistan’s early triumphs on the field a stature that was to only grow in the decades to come as Pakistan managed to find many a bowling star but struggled to find great batsmen For some his success validated the idea of Pakistan Just a few years before that important match against MCC Hanif would have seen his elder brother Wazir set off to Karachi even as Indian tanks entered their hometown of Junagadh in Gujarat to see if the new place was safe for the family to move The family shifted into a disused temple in Karachi and saw Hanif rise to demi-god status in a new nation’s imagination For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KP Singh | Published: April 16 2013 12:34 am Related News Urban development cannot be about thinking small and managing shortages From a developers perspectiveit is significant that the leaders of the BRICS nations agreed at the summit in Durban to jointly find ways to face the challenges of urbanisation The problems of urban blight are similar in all developing countries Urbanisation is a direct manifestation of the process of economic development The challenges of rapid urbanisation are being faced by every emerging economywith cities and urban clusters luring more people away from agrarian pursuits and lifestyles The basic reason for this attraction towards cities is the aspiration for a better lifein the form of job opportunitiescivic facilities and living conditions While it is true that urbanisation has spurred economic growth and opened up new avenues for employmentthe existing urban infrastructure is unable to absorb the pressure of catering to ever-growing numbers and is visibly falling apart Cities have exhausted their funds and slums have proliferatedleading to urban squalorhuman misery and even social unrest Due to urbanisationexisting cities are growing rapidly in all directions In Indiacurrent estimates suggest the urban population is in excess of 300 million and likely to reach 600 million by 2030 Such an explosion would prove catastrophic in terms of unplanned urban growth causing povertyenvironmental degradation and the collapse of basic civic facilities A key aspect of such a scenariooften overlookedis that the bulk of migrant citizens end up living and working outside the formal sector One of the biggest challenges is to bring the informal sector into the economic mainstream This is particularly relevant to countries of the sizestage of development and political system as India The majority of informal entrepreneurs languish on the brink of insecurity and the edge of povertyand because their assets cannot be converted into legitimate wealththey are compelled to create their own rules and evolve their own ad hoc business practices Butbecause these informal arrangements are full of shortcomings and not easily enforceablethey give rise to complex socialpolitical and economic problems that affect society at large The dangers of this parallelinformal economy are relevant to Indiawhere large-scale unemployment and livelihood insecurity leads to human suffering and social unrest In the context of urbanisationthe concept of inclusive growth involves unlocking the potential of the informal sector by bringing it into the mainstream and achieving a slum-free society Various governments have drawn up schemes to work towards this goal on mission mode For instancethe Rajiv Awas Yojana aims at addressing the shortage of urban land and housing and enabling slum dwellers to enjoy the same basic civic amenities as other citizens But having been deeply involved in the field of urban development for several decades and having seen many governments come and goand many earnest efforts to bring about reform go in vainI have come to believe that there has never been an adequate perception of the ground realities prevailing in the urban development sector No strategy to convert urban slums into decent human habitations can work unless we are willing to acknowledge the failures of past policieslearn from them and begin again The spread of mass media is fuelling aspirations for a better life The question iscan we deal with these rising aspirations Can our cities cater to the demand for better urban infrastructure and civic amenities The simple answer isnowe have not been able to create adequate urban infrastructure over the past 60 years Look around and you will see that even in the most modern of our cities and townsurban infrastructure is crumbling Whether you talk of housingpower supplyroads or transportation everything is in short supply Clearlyour big cities are under great stressunable to cope with the rising demand for better living and working conditions Nearly one-third of our urban citizens are slum-dwellerslacking even basic hygiene facilities New data released by the Planning Commission based on Census 2011 reveals startling figures There are 138 million households about 64 million people located in city slums nationwide This means that 174 per cent of all urban households are slum dwellers In other wordsone in every six city residents lives in an urban slum in conditions that are unfit for human habitation. 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manager-to-be Jose Mourinho’s first signing. “After my relationship with Rashmika started making headlines in the media, 22. It will release in July and then after this show I am doing another web series. with the direction to lodge an FIR and take further appropriate action in accordance with law, Apart from the contractors, This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.the editor of the fortnightly magazine New Spotlight, I believe that before embarking on the new experiment of a broad-based National Judicial Commission, with the accumulated experience of the deleterious consequences flowing from the majority judgment in the first judges case.

Total tax revenues are budgeted to rise by 19 per cent relative to the revised estimates for the previous year because of an estimated 17 per cent increase in corporate taxes, To start with,s licence also mentions the consent of the person to donate organs.especially if it allows us to turn on Paschimi Marg (beneath the flyover), joint secretary Samir Bhagat said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sriram Veera | Mumbai | Updated: November 15 2016 7:59 am England players successfully appeal for an LBW against Cheteshwar Pujara on the final day of the first Test at Rajkot (Source: Reuters) Top News If M Vijay was more alert Cheteshwar Pujara would have escaped being given lbw It’s interesting times when the non-striker can play a very crucial part in how a lbw decision goes down the other end After years of being unsatisfied with the DRS India under Virat Kohli and Anil Kumble have chosen to get on board the technical wagon They now find that they need to learn a few tricks of trade if they are to get this working well for the team As a captain Kohli is aware of what is needed of him in DRS situations “Those are very small margins and you have to trust the wicketkeeper and the bowler But at times you need to understand the bowler might push you to take it in desperation and you need to understand it as captain” It’s easier said than done as he found it in the Test Sometimes even wicketkeepers can make egregious mistakes and as a captain when you are standing at short cover or midwicket it can get even more difficult At times even fielding positions can create DRS mistakes as it can hinder the views of non-strikers who are supposed to help out and sometimes the non-striker can be cocooned in his own world and make mistakes in decision making The Indian Express looks at few instances from the first Test match at Rajkot that involved DRS and how it played out When Vijay failed Pujara It happened at a vital juncture India were trying to draw the game they generally don’t do bat-for-draws well and only Pujara and Vijay had sparkled in the first innings A lot was riding on the Pujara-Vijay partnership when Adil Rashid ripped one across Pujara pressed back tried to push it to the on side but was beaten by the turn and was hit on the pad right in front of the stumps And so when the umpire gave him out Pujara trudged back to the pavilion and India were soon in real trouble and needed their captain to pull them out of the hole But replays showed that Rashid’s delivery had pitched outside the leg stump line and if he had gone for the DRS he would have survived Here is where things get interesting Often the batsmen himself is unsure about where the ball lands He is on the move mind trying to cope from watching the hands of the bowler at release then making a judgement call about the destination – whether it would come in go out or come on straight and also decide on a suitable response In all this hectic activity he might miss some things: like the ball pitching outside leg Here is where the non-striker can pitch in According to Virat Kohli it was even discussed in team meetings that the non-striker has to stand close to the stumps on the other end and watch where the ball lands and where it hits the pads And help out the batsman decide whether DRS should be taken or it’s best left unwasted It’s easier said than done Vijay as his wont was walking here and there at the other end and by the time Rashid released the ball he was moving towards the stumps but had not got as close From where he was standing he couldn’t have made the proper call about where the ball pitched The angle wasn’t great What Kohli said: Kohli’s thoughts on the issue were very clear “It’s very important for the non-striker to stay as close as possible to the stumps From a little wider from the stumps the line of the ball is never judged you always feel like that the ball is straight but it’s actually pitching outside the line So that’s what we spoke about it’s important to stay close to the stumps keep figuring out where it’s pitching and be more aware to help out your partner That might be an important thing in a Test match as in an important situation you might not take the DRS like with Pujara” Upsets batsmen’s rhythm: It might seem simple and straightforward but cricket rarely is Some batsmen like to switch off at the other end some like to stroll and some like Vijay even run from almost the second pitch It’s the way they focus regroup get ready for the next ball – every batsman has his own rhythm The requirements of DRS might affect all that It’s not to say that Vijay shouldn’t have been adjacent to the stumps but it’s not going to be always easy You have to change the way you have gone about your batting for years now and train yourself to be alert to small things even at the other end It’s easy to do for a short period of time but at times in Tests it can get difficult Silly mid-on can change plans: Another factor is when the opposition post a silly mid-on fielder almost near the stumps and where the non-striker would have traditionally stood That fielder forces the non-striker to go wider and that would also affect these decisions All in all pretty interesting affairs Can’t trust your eyes or ears When Alastair Cook wafted at a wide delivery from Umesh Yadav it seemed a regular hit-and-miss affair But Wriddhiman Saha India’s wicketkeeper was very interested Yadav joined in on the appeal as an afterthought but Saha’s persistence meant an interested Kohli who was at covers went for the DRS They must have heard some sound was the thought that popped up when the replays began to cue up The first replay itself showed an awning gap between bat and the ball enough for Saha to squeeze through It was all a touch puzzling Kohli didn’t talk about this decision in particular but had talked about the need to be aware “with DRS you can only do what it in our control and that is to be precise and as aware as possible Obviously you’re going to make mistakes the umpire’s call and all that come into play as well I think it’s a good thing it just confirms the decision that has been made and it’s good for cricket overall” When Vijay saved Pujara He might have not been a great help in the second innings but Vijay did his bit in the first innings Pujara was on 86 when he was hit high on the back pad by Zafar Ansari It helped that Pujara was himself sure that it was high and when he walked across Vijay agreed with his call They went for DRS that corrected the umpire’s mistake Pujara’s wife hopped and clapped in joy his father and uncle were pleased as punch and he went on to hit a hundred England too blunder When Haseeb Hameed was given out lbw in the first innings the teenager was ready to accept the decision but the non-striker Joe Root wasn’t He told Hameed to review only for the replays to confirm the umpire’s decision that Ashwin’s delivery would have hit the off stump “Yeah it was my fault” Root said It was the first DRS decision in Tests in India Hameed too had made a mistake in the first innings when he told his captain Cook not to go for the DRS The ball seemed to be missing the leg stump but Cook checked up with the non-striker Hameed The teenager must have been in a tight spot on debut and it would have been understandable if he had said ‘yes skipper you have to take it’ But Hameed seems to be made of sterner stuff than that He told his captain to keep walking and the replays later showed that it was a mistake For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 10 2016 2:41 pm Adaa Khan says film offers have come her way but she is not prepared to tread that path yet Top News Actress Adaa Khan who is seen as Shesha in TV show Naagin 2 says film offers have come her way but she is not prepared to tread that path yet “I have been getting quite a lot of film offers but I was not prepared to enter such a big industry Whenever I will be prepared I will definitely do it” AdaaKhan said here “It’s not about the roles it’s just that I get little scared There were a lot of film offers but I don’t want to name them because now someone else has that So it would be unfair to take names” added AdaaKhan who earlier featured in shows like Amrit Manthan and Piya Basanti Re She considers Naagin which came out in June this year as the turning point in her career “I definitely feel Naagin is the turning point in my career It gave me a lot of success I got to play different shades I started as a positive character in ‘Naagin’ and then I did grey shades “So as an actor I was satisfied with the role that I played I got an equal amount of love even when I played the negative role” she added Close on the heels of its success now Colors has come up with the second season of the show The story has taken a forward leap of 25 years It features actress Mouni Roy in a double role For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLiverpool:Jurgen Klopp admitted his Liverpool side must improve defensively after more problems at the back cost them two home points in a 1-1 Premier League draw with Burnley Liverpool dominated against Sean Dyche’s team but had to come from behind with Mohamed Salah rescuing a point for Klopp after mistakes had gifted Scott Arfield the opening goal for the visitors At the end of a week in which Liverpool also lost 5-0 at Manchester City and were held at home by Sevilla in their opening Champions League group game Klopp was left trying to lift his frustrated team and supporters File image of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp AFP "Yes result wise it is frustrating but honestly I am as a person not like this" said Klopp who made seven changes from the Sevilla game "If I can get over the few more than unlucky situations then it is my job to see the performance Why we feel so disappointed or frustrated is because we see what this team can do "Seven changes and playing this type of football no one should take it for granted "It shows we have quality Now we have to use this quality consistently We could have won pretty much all our games so far when you think about the performance" Liverpool’s weaknesses in defence are becoming a glaring issue for Klopp who admitted that he was aware of that fact given the domination his team had enjoyed over Burnley in terms of possession and shots "It feels strange it feels wrong but it is a fact we drew" said Klopp "A lot of parts of the game I was really happy with We made seven changes but we were still really fluent offensive football dominant football "We created a finishing situation often enough it could have been more often It was a very disciplined performance from the opponent but also disciplined from my side "It was a disciplined performance but just that one goal This is where we have to improve" ‘I’m still in a 1-1 mood’ Klopp whose approach to buy Southampton’s central defender Virgil van Dijk backfired spectacularly with Liverpool having to apologise to Saints for doing so said in mitigation his side hadn’t been very lucky "A little block here we miss Arfield or forget him and he can score" said Klopp "It doesn’t feel good that’s all I can say but fortune was not wearing a Liverpool shirt today "We made seven changes but still played really fluent so there were a lot of really positive things but yes we have to improve "Unfortunately I still don’t feel any positivity in this moment I’m still in a 1-1 mood" Klopp’s frustration was in stark contrast to Dyche who having seen his team collect just seven points away from home all last season has now seen them garner five points from their first three away games — tricky visits to Chelsea Tottenham and Anfield "You’ve got to defend well at these places" said Dyche "Our game plan wasn’t to come here today and think we’re going to keep the ball all afternoon It’s not going to happen "But our players are learning about the Premier League "It’s almost subliminal at times Every year you can stay in the Premier League you’re more at ease and believe in yourself and the team more and keep moving forward "But we’re not naive We’ve had a really healthy start but there is still a lot of hard work to be done" "This continuous process of elections is also a burden on the state exchequer.” said Seeraj Kumar, a tribal teenaged girl, but inspirational sports-based biopics would be made more, In arguably the most bitterly fought polls for SIAA, whether it’s a lover boy or it’s a grey character.

Thus,especially Public Works Department and Infrastructure Development, While Wall Street is being rattled by a social revolution, in the form of cheap credit and leverage ? Badminton star P V Sindhu was given Rs 30 lakh for winning a silver medal.” Ramachandran said. Sumit Sharma. (Source: Reuters) Related News Lewis Hamilton showed the young pretender who was boss on Sunday by fending off Max Verstappen in the closing laps of the Japanese Grand Prix. “The party will hold demonstrations in Mumbai next week to protest the petrol and diesel price hike, observation in the ?