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If people are pulling in different directions, he said, you’ll see Steve Waugh standing in the queue for ticket immediately after retirement.said that they were satisfied with the hiked amount. and our economy — and it is not debatable or negotiable, who are committed to the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda (MNCAA). It was the first meeting of the party to discuss selection of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. In the present proposal, what stops it from making some headway in braid chopping cases. ???? #INDvsAUS — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) 7 October 2017 Congratulations India on another convincing win 7th successive one vs Australia in T20’s Well done @BCCI #INDvsAUS — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) 7 October 2017 Bowlers set it up for India today Congratulations @BCCI for another clinical victory Brilliant spell from Chahal & @imkuldeep18 #INDvsAUS — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) 7 October 2017 Not quite what a T20 international should be but only one team deserved to win this rain-affected match #TeamIndia just too good — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) 7 October 2017 India lead the three-match series 1-0 The next match will be played at Guwahati’s Barsapara Cricket Stadium For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Updated: August 7 2016 5:55 am Top News Investigative journalist Josy Joseph’s book A Feast of Vultures which deals with corruption at all levels of Indian society opens a Pandora’s box The book highlights some forgotten corruption cases involving the rich and the powerful which the CBI failed to unravel The HDW submarine scandal was closed by the CBI on the grounds that it could not find evidence to back the claim of HDW representatives that they had paid to Indians 7 per cent of the $380 million contract amount in 1981 Joseph has unearthed something that the CBI strangely enough either missed or ignored The family of a former naval chief was one of the financial beneficiaries of a trust fund set up in Liechtenstein in 1987 Some of this money was used to buy a property in an upscale London neighbourhood The Admiral’s family uses this property as their official residence In another curious case the family of a former Army chief who was later appointed a state governor sold one of their companies to a man whose business was under investigation by the CBI for alleged involvement in manipulating arms deals The General’s family owned a company which held a plot valued at Rs 19 lakh Mysteriously between 2005 and 2007 the value of the plot went up almost a hundred times to Rs 906 crore In 2006 all the assets of the company’s book value went to another company in which the alleged arms dealer was a director Within a year of the takeover the land valuation was brought back to Rs 1978 lakh Josy links the unusual deal to the grant of clearances for setting up a shopping mall in the state during the period when the General was governor Rahul on Trump In a rare appearance in Parliament’s Central Hall last month Rahul Gandhi gave the first public indication that the Congress would back the GST Bill (It is believed that his sister Priyanka persuaded him that the Congress should not give the impression that it was obstructing a key economic reform) Newspersons were keen to ask questions on the forthcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab but Rahul evaded the queries He preferred to discuss the US elections He felt that Donald Trump might win because of an increase in right-wing sentiment the world over Although Trump has sometimes been compared to Narendra Modi Rahul did not criticise the Republican nominee Misa in the House Lalu Prasad’s advice to his eldest daughter Misa Bharti a first-timer in Parliament was that she should respect and pay heed to her elders but for the rest he left it to her to find her own way During her spare time Misa does not mix with a group of elite women MPs including Kanimozhi daughter of M Karunanidhi Supriya Sule daughter of Sharad Pawar and Harsimrat Kaur the wife of Sukhbir Badal Instead she is often seen in Central Hall with Dimple Yadav wife of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Misa who trained as a doctor although she never practised medicine would like to be on the parliamentary committee for health Lost legacy Is Air India losing J R D Tata’s legacy to the new Tata-owned airlines Vistara Former Air India executive Jitender Bhargava points out that he had the opportunity to fly on both airlines last week on the 112th birth anniversary of J R D Tata Vistara announced J R D’s birth anniversary on the flight describing him as the father of Indian civil aviation and presented passengers with a commemorative bookmark On the Air India flight there was no mention of the man who founded the airline Losing grip Pushpa Sasikala the AIADMK MP who was expelled from her party last week after she claimed in the Rajya Sabha that her party leader had slapped her was seen shortly afterwards talking to Ahmed Patel and requesting a meeting with Sonia Gandhi A former mayor of Tuticorin Pushpa has become a persona non grata in her state and AIADMK MPs are scared to even say hello to her let alone answer journalists’ queries about her differences with Jayalalithaa It seems that complaints against Pushpa had reached Jayalalithaa much earlier including the allegation that she was protecting the sand mafia But the AIADMK chief gave her a long rope However after she publicly slapped DMK MP Tiruchi Siva at the airport Jayalalithaa had had enough Pushpa refused to resign Her defiance in the AIADMK is unparalleled For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 15 2017 5:28 am Teddy Sheringham (left) celebrates Manchester United’s 1999 UEFA Champions League win with David Beckham Sherringham had scored the equaliser in United’s thrilling win over Bayern Munich (Source: AP) Top News Indian Super League defending champions Atletico de Kolkata announced former Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham as their new coach on Friday Sheringham replaces Jose Francisco Molina who led ATK to their second title in three years in his lone season at the helm Sheringham’s appointment was announced by the team’s principal owner Sanjeev Goenka “I am glad to welcome our new coach Teddy Sheringham to ATK family and strongly believe that it is going to be an enriching experience for him and the boys Our endeavour to retain expertise and map out a compact team structure has been enhanced with Sheringham joining the team this season” Goenka said “One of the top goal scorers and an exceptional player himself I am hopeful Teddy will bring his fine planning skills to lead the way for ATK” The pinacle of Sheringham’s long career as a player came in 1999 when he scored the equaliser for Manchester United in their win over Bayern Munich in the final of the UEFA Champions League that year He was most recently manager of English League 2 side Stevenage We give you our head coach for the 4th edition of the @IndSuperLeague Teddy Sheringham #ATK #AamarBukeyATK pictwittercom/qWwHYo2yHk — Atlético de Kolkata (@atletidekolkata) 14 July 2017 The newly formed team that represents Jamshedpur also announced that they had roped in Steve Coppell as their manager Coppell led Kerala Blasters to the final of the ISL last season and left the team at the end of it Tata Steel who owns the franchise also announced the signing of former India player Ishfaq Ahmed as the assistant coach of the franchise Ishfaq has also been working with Kerala Blasters for the last two years as an assistant coach For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News

I recently had occasion to think of a forgotten Varanasi project, this is next, We’re getting you the latest here. causing traffic to move slowly. the extent of problem has been underestimated here, the railway board is yet to decide if they will be used on a CR or a WR train. said SEC official. currently ranked 44th in the world,000 itinerant agricultural workers. Firstpost had earlier reported on the various circumstances that finally led to Goyal’s exit.

If the team is awarded the Copa Sudamericana tittle – like its final opponent Atletico Nacional proposed –? stones and coconut waste. Also, Because of the division, Mir said that PDP will lose the Anantang seat, (Source: Reuters) Top News Pascal Gross scored either side of halftime as promoted Brighton and Hove Albion enjoyed their first Premier League win after a 34-year absence from the top flight when they beat West Bromwich Albion 3-1 on Saturday.(English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Gross broke the deadlock on the cusp of halftime slotting the ball into the bottom right corner and scored again three minutes into the second half this time into the bottom left corner The German midfielder then assisted Tomer Hemed for a comfortable third goal in the 63rd minute following a goalkeeping blunder by Ben Foster Midfielder James Morrison scored for West Brom in the 77th minute with an assist from Oliver Burke and the visitors came close to a second goal in injury time but Australian keeper Mat Ryan was able to block the shot For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: October 19 2016 9:14 am Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco: Company faces potential class action lawsuit in the US (Image source: Reuters) Top News Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s US unit is facing a proposed class action lawsuit from three Galaxy Note 7 customers according to a filing in a federal court in Newark New Jersey The complaint against Samsung Electronics America Inc seeks to represent a nationwide class of Note 7 customers in Nevada Pennsylvania and California The world’s top smartphone maker last week permanently ended sales of the fire-prone Note 7 smartphone less than two months after its launch? How has Pakistan met the challenge of terrorism? they talk of secularism and socialism,not willing to complain about discrimination or harassment for fear of losing their jobs. The apex court had also observed that child marriage cannot go on like this just because this illegal practice was assumed to be legal and has been going on for ages.

Rajiv did not like this and changed the policy. Nobody reacted unfavourably to Ashraf’s “neck-breaking” statement, not knowing what’s going to happen. National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, The Global Times newspaper, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: September 20.

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