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(he’s) really itching to get a game out there and no doubt he’ll be very well prepared for Bangladesh and look to put some big runs on the board.a passerby, The mishap occurred on the Sector 2-3 dividing road near Chandigarh Club. download Indian Express App More Related News the cast shot in Leh for “Fugly” and would like to return there for a holiday as soon as they are done with promoting and releasing the film. according to Deccan Herald. according to The Hindu.feat of the 2015 edition, Roniel Iglesias (69kg),Lazaro Alvarez (60kg) and Yosbany Veitia (52kg) entered thesemifinals today Joahnys Argilagos (49kg) Andy Gomez Cruz(64kg) and Erislandy Savon (91kg) had made the finals on the first day of the semifinals on Friday Uzbekistan followed Cuba with four finalists whileKazakhstan had three in the summit clash India’s campaign had ended yesterday with the loss ofGaurav Bidhuri (56kg) in the semifinals India thus signed off with one bronze medal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Updated: February 20 2017 12:15 pm RPI (A) chief Ramdas Athawale says the Ambedkar memorial and fast-tracking of the redevelopment of slums are major issues that will win the BJP-RPI combine support of the community Express Archive Top News REPUBLICAN PARTY of India (A) chief Ramdas Athawale believes Dalit voter holds the key to victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party in Tuesday’s Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation elections with Dalit voters capable of swinging nearly 50 of Mumbai’s 227 electoral wards But from Ramabai Nagar in Ghatkopar to Mankhurd and Wadala the pockets with large a Dalit population appear deeply fractured in the absence of major driving poll-time issues for the communities and with the large number of RPI factions also in the fray Watch what else is in the news Dalit activist Sumedh Jadhav says the overarching feeling in the community is one of feeling deceived Stating that all political parties have used Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar’s name he says voters feel their promises remain on paper “All political parties now also have the blue flags along with their party flags and Babasaheb’s photo on the stage at each event The Ambedkarite movement has been hijacked by them creating confusion among Dalits regarding who to vote for” says Jadhav He says the start of demolition work inside the Indu Mill complex where a grand Ambedkar memorial is to come up is mere tokenism ahead of the polls as legal procedures for the project are yet to be completed “With so many Republican factions in the fray the community is a divided lot It has therefore put the issues of the community on the back foot” he said Expressing similar views Subodh More an expert on the Dalit movement and senior activist of the Communist Party of India says there are no driving issues for the community to vote en block for any particular party “Also there is no Amberkarite spirit this time in the polls There are no bastions or strongholds of the Dalit organisations or parties in the city though they continue to be a decisive factor in many areas” he says Some of the areas dominated by the Dalit community include Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar in Ghatkopar Chembur Mankhurd Naigaon in Dadar Worli and Wadala “People from the Dalit community are likely to vote for an individual candidate based on his influence in the area” explains More “The campaigning is also not aggressive among the Dalit parties The Ambedkar Bhavan and Indu Mill issues will not have impact on votes” While the RPI(A) has a substantial base it faces a tough contest from the Bharatiya Republican Party Bahujan Mahasangh led by Prakash Ambedkar Some other smaller Dalit organisations and Left parties have also forged an alliance with the Bahaman Mahasangh for the polls Prakash Ambedkar who has been critical of the BJP government launched a campaign in the city last year after a portion of the Ambedkar Bhavan in Dadar a centre of the Dalit movement was demolished The rally had received tremendous support from the community J V Pawar of the Bahaman Mahasangh says the party has fielded 59 candidates in Mumbai “Babasaheb’s followers will not vote for right wing parties like the BJP and the Shiv Sena While it is using the name and photos of Babasaheb the thoughts are those of RSS ideologues It can’t go that way” he says According to Dalit leader Arjun Dangle of the Republican Janshakti there is resentment against the BJP and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over the demolition of Ambedkar Bhavan “The demolition was carried out at the behest of a bureaucrat and a builder to redevelop it It has exposed the government” he says Dangle has allied with the Sena which raised the Ambedkar Bhaavan issue in the BMC and on the floor of the assembly Athawale however says the Ambedkar memorial and fast-tracking of the redevelopment of slums are major issues that will win the BJP-RPI combine support of the community “Besides Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision of demonetisation is also in tune with Babasaheb’s thoughts of changing the currency after ten years Subsequently Modi ji has launched BHIM app which has also created positive environment for the BJP and the RPI We are telling people these things” he says But not everything is rosy in this alliance too One RPI candidate was expelled from the party in Mumbai and more than 15 in the rest of Maharashtra for contesting on the BJP symbol “We have an alliance with the BJP but I haven’t merged my party with the BJP” says Athawale expressing displeasure with the BJP for distributing its symbols to RPI workers Summing up the confusion in the community Raja Dhale noted Dalit thinker and litterateur says the new generation in Dalit community has become opportunistic “There were factions in the past as well but they used to come together for Babasaheb’s ideology Now the current generation which does not know much of Babasheb’s ideology is trying to find space in politics and are aligning themselves with any party just to get a share in power Hence the community is divided and the issues will not drive them to come together” he says This first appeared in print under the headline Decisive vote Undecided voters: The Dalit factor For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAthens: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has proposed calling an early election in the crisis-hit country on 20 September the ANA news agency said on Thursday citing government sources Greek PM Alexis Tsipras Reuters The hard-left leader is expected to make the announcement in an address to the nation before going to see President Prokopis Pavlopoulos to submit his government’s resignation the agency said Tsipras has been under mounting pressure to call early elections because of rifts in his own Syriza party over a massive new bailout deal with Greece’s international creditors Greece repaid a 34 billion euro ($38 billion) debt to the European Central Bank on Thursday effectively starting its third loans-for-reforms package in five years Tsipras rode to power in January on a wave of popular anger against the tax hikes spending cuts and reforms demanded by creditors in exchange for two previous bailouts costing 240 billion euros But he has faced a major rebellion in Syriza with almost a third of its MPs opposed to the latest round of creditor-imposed austerity either voting against or abstaining in the most recent parliamentary vote on the 86-billion-euro ($96-billion) deal AFP Written by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Updated: January 30 2017 8:53 pm Yeh Hai Mohabbatein January 29 episode The episode starts with Raman and Romi meeting the person who will help Ruhi run away from the remand home The person’s name is Raghav and he is professional in these things Ishita comes home and tells Raman that she and Shagun went to meet NGO head to discuss Ruhi’s case She will try to get Ruhi out Raman says that he doesn’t want to depend on her as she is not giving a guarantee He says he will do this through his way Top News More from the world of Entertainment: Next day Raman is packing Ruhi’s clothes as told by Raghav Romi comes and tells that blankets and sweet boxes are ready Ishita comes to know about Raman is attending the 26 January function with the minister in the remand home She said she would like to come along and meet Ruhi Raman refuses he asks her to take NGO head’s help Param takes the permission from the minister and brings Raman inside He tells the minister that Raman has come to donate sweets and blankets to the prisoners The minister allows Raman and also the truck in which donation material is loaded The truck enters in the remand home Raghav who is helping Raman is driving the truck He also enters inside Ishita and Shagun are waiting outside the remand home looking for the permission to enter but the minister denies it The minister does the flag hoisting Raman is also there He doesn’t find Ruhi near the stage so he searches Ruhi inside the jail he finds her resting on the floor Raman finds the letter beside Ruhi in which Suhail has threatened Ruhi for her parent’s life and asked her to commit the crime He starts crying Ruhi wakes up and hugs Raman She says that Nidhi and Suhail are very dangerous that is why she took the decision she did not have any other option Raman says that he cannot live without Ruhi he has come to release her out from the remand home Ruhi gets hesitant but Raman assures her that this is the right way He asks her to get ready He goes to the minister and helps them in distributing blankets A person in the prisoner’s dress comes to Ruhi and takes her with him He asks her to hide in one wooden box and assures her that he is being sent by her father And they have come to release her from the remand home Ruhi feels weird but she agrees and sits in the box The box is loaded in the truck The truck again gets stopped by the security at the exit gate the constables check it but doesn’t find anything The driver drives the truck outside the premises he calls Raman and says that he has freed Ruhi Raman can come and take his stuff Raman smiles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by DC Pathak | Updated: August 26 2016 11:40 am PM Narendra Modi gestures as he addresses the nation from the historic Red Fort during Independence Day celebrations (reuters File Photo) Top News The responses of the prime minister and the home minister to the current developments in Kashmir signal the termination of the brief phase of friendliness with Pakistan that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had initiated Modi had reached out to his counterpart in Pakistan Nawaz Sharif in the hope that the country’s civilian leadership might pick up the courage to take charge of Indo-Pak relations However even after India permitted a visit by the SIT of Pakistan to Pathankot to probe the terrorist attack organised from across the border on the airbase there there was no follow up — the JeM leadership responsible for that act has not been prosecuted Rajnath Singh used the SAARC platform at Islamabad to declare that the international community must take appropriate action against Pakistan for breeding terrorism The home minister returned from Islamabad to great national applause In Parliament all the parties praised him for his address at the SAARC meet giving the message that issues of national security are above politics Modi on his part made it clear that the handling of mob violence in the Valley was India’s domestic concern and assured the people of Jammu and Kashmir that the state’s coalition government will work on the principles of democracy humanism and inclusiveness that are the hallmarks of “Kashmiriyat” The final enunciation of India’s no-nonsense approach to Pakistan has come from the prime minister who declared from the ramparts of Red Fort that the youth should not take to arms under external influence that there could be no glorification of “terrorists” as martyrs and that India will not forget PoK is part of Jammu and Kashmir and belongs to India He warned Pakistan that India will not be a silent spectator to atrocities by the Pakistan government in Balochistan and PoK India’s new line that Pakistan will have to pay for cross-border terrorism has not come a day too soon WATCH:Why Has India Written A Second Letter To Pakistan Stressing Talk On Terror The Centre now must control all the parameters of the Indo-Pak situation domestic and international Three things are important in this respect The first relates to what Rajnath Singh emphasised at the SAARC conference: The international community should not allow a distinction to be made between “good terrorists” and “bad terrorists” During the “war on terror” the US — guided by its national interests — had looked the other way when Pakistan let loose terrorist outfits like LeT JeM and HuM on India to compel the country to come to the negotiating table on Kashmir These outfits did not target any other country Since the combat against radicals is far from over thanks to the rise of the ISIS it was necessary for India to remind the international community that it was absolutely unwarranted for any country to draw a line between one set of terrorists and another Secondly Pakistan will now make a desperate bid to step up subversion in the Valley and intensify infiltration there to replicate a Kargil- type situation Pakistan is also encouraged by the Sino-Pak axis acquiring a military and nuclear dimension Our foreign policy establishment is going to be tested: It has to isolate Pakistan as a military dictatorship that has duped the US-led West as far as fighting Islamic radicals is concerned Pak army is now in a position to manoeuvre agents of ISIS and al Qaeda In the US Donald Trump’s election campaign has increased American awareness about radical Islam and the next dispensation there is likely to understand the threat of faith-based militancy that India faces Lastly the Centre must get all constitutional functionaries including the governor of Jammu and Kashmir to play their assigned role in safeguarding national security The counter-terrorism operations of the army should not be confused with that of the police backed by the para military forces in handling civic unrest The state government must devote itself to improving the human development index in the state It should be asked to not encourage separatists It should also be made clear that dealing with Pakistan on matters relating to Kashmir is the Centre’s preserve Many apologists of Pakistan suggest that the Valley is totally alienated from India Our domestic policy should be robust enough to take care of these concerns The writer is a former director Intelligence Bureau For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIn a couple of days we could be seeing some opinion polls indicating which way the wind is blowing as Maharashtra and Haryana go to the polls on 15 October The only poll conducted so far by CVoter has predicted hung assemblies in both states but with the BJP emerging as the single largest party in both states Representational image AFP But nobody should presume the voter has made up her mind In both states the voter is spoilt for choice – which means she is bound to be confused This implies that the undecided vote could go in any direction The stakes are high for every party – not least for the BJP which will be fighting on its own in both states The Congress will be fighting to improve on its Lok Sabha showing and the Shiv Sena will be fighting to retain its edge as the single largest regional party in Maharashtra The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) will be fighting to prove that it is stronger than the Congress in the state A few tentative points are worth making even before we know what the next polls will decide One anti-incumbency is going to play a big role in both states but given the split in challenger parties if the base Congress vote of 15-20 percent holds the party won’t do very badly Bringing in Rahul and Sonia Gandhi may not make a difference since Congress has identifiable leaders in both places Two the BJP’s main focus will be on proving that it is the senior partner in Maharashtra and hence it was not wrong in pushing for parity with the Sena Any seat count above 80-90 in Maharashtra will have long-term consequences for the old Sena-BJP alliance as the Sena will not ultimately play second fiddle It may move closer to Raj Thackeray’s outfit the way Nitish Kumar swallowed his pride and hitched up with Lalu Prasad after a drubbing in the Lok Sabha polls Or it may choose to support the BJP from the outside to retain some leverage forcing the BJP to seek other allies if they have numbers on their side Three the NCP’s plan will be to prove that it can do better than the Congress If it tops the Congress numbers it will seek to permanently become the senior partner in the alliance For Ajit Pawar Deputy Chief Minister in the last Democratic Front government this is a very critical battle Four the interesting thing about the Maharashtra election is that all parties barring the BJP have clear CM candidates in Uddhav Thackeray Ajit Pawar Prithviraj Chavan and Raj Thackeray The BJP would have had one in Gopinath Munde but he died in a car accident in Delhi soon after the Lok Sabha polls Now it has to depend on Modi to see if he can deliver some extra votes Five since both Haryana and Maharashtra are involved in four- and five-horse races above a 25 percent critical vote share parties will reap disproportionate benefits in terms of seats Something like UP and Bihar could happen in both states but the gainer could be anybody Many assembly seats could be decided by margins of 1000-2000 votes Six the BJP and the Modi charisma may work better in Haryana than in Maharashtra due to the Prime Minister’s Hindi connect Haryana is close to Delhi and who rules Delhi impacts choices in Haryana If the BJP is hopeful of a majority Haryana is its best bet In Maharashtra the voter seems perplexed by the collapse of alliances she expected would endure This means the number of undecided voters may be higher than usual and even late opinion polls may not offer the right trend Seven even though a hung assembly will be painted as a big loss for Modi it is worth remembering that before this year the BJP was not a major contender in Haryana and was a junior partner in Maharashtra Its success should thus be gauged from what it was and how it fares this time – not from the perspective of an absolute win Reports are that Modi’s rallies in non-Metro Maharashtra are well-attended My own guess is that the BJP will do better in rural Maharashtra than urban Maharashtra – contrary to normal expectations – because Modi may swing the vote in rural areas with his OBC background The crowds seem more responsive to Modi outside Mumbai In the cities the two Senas are fighting for dear life and will use the Marathi manoos card to edge the “Gujarati-led” BJP out If Munde had been around the BJP would not have faced this problem but now all bets are off So at the cost of having egg on my face on 19 October these are my current predictions: BJP majority or near majority in Haryana and BJP emerging as single largest party in Maharashtra The BJP may surprise more in rural Maharashtra than in urban areas

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