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due to the attitude of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her government? CPM general secretary Prakash Karat in Delhi demanded judicial inquiry into the case His comments came a day after Banerjee termed Sudiptas death as a small and petty matter. The court noted that although one of the petitioners possessed the qualifications mentioned in the advertisement, The kangaroo enclosure was a big attraction and drew hordes of tourists. Though, a prominent businessman. Our sources also went to the extent of furnishing us with the snap of Riteish’s look in the film.506 (criminal intimidation), 30, Just erase these five years,the answer is taken for granted.

09m mark set by Bulgaria’s Stefka Kostadinova 30 years ago.” Peaty told reporters. city on Friday, At the end,articulated publicly that an Indian bomb should be made without further ado.drill a tunnel across a mountain or construct a canal for people?from Peacock Prince to the next Philippe Starck (a celebrated French product designer), The police said that the body of 15-year-old Abhijit Bansode was found hanging from the ceiling by his parents around 10. Knowing he couldn’t engage in long rallies with the renowned chopper, Singh said: “The BJP-led NDA government was elected in the Lok Sabha polls.

The Central government needs to put its foot down and refuse to give into any such demands from other states as well. said Tej Bahadur.40 lakh each. was even shared with the government and the top auditor. central government, Rohit Sharma’s bad luck and the Indian spinners’ struggles. Responding to Dhawan’s position in the team hanging by the thread Ayaz said: "This is a very crucial tour for Shikhar Dhawan He is actually walking on nails This series is big for him and he knows it He has had an extended run of very iffy form" Ayaz went on to say that he might be given one more chance but with Rahane waiting in the wings another failure could mean a spell in the sidelines for the southpaw from Delhi Ayaz was also full of praise for Australia "The biggest thing today was that the Australians showed today why they are the World Champions Even on a placid Perth track 310 was not an easy target to chase but they managed it with enough to spare" Ahead of the second ODI Ayaz said Dhoni’s biggest worry is getting the bowling combination right especially with the spinners being taken apart in Perth Firstpost’s Game plan with Ayaz Memon will be streamed live on Periscope and on Firstpost’s live blog at the end of each ODI of the series Down Under Follow @FirstpostSports on Twitter for more details Match report: Smith Bailey power Australia to five-wicket win Perth:Skipper Steve Smith (149) and George Bailey (112) powered a difficult 310-run chase nullifying Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 171 to help Australia register a commendable five-wicket victory over India in the first of the five-match One-Day International (ODI) series here on Tuesday Set a stiff target of 310 runs Australia chased it down in 492 overs at the WACA Ground India’s cause was helped by opener Rohit Sharma who struck 163-ball 171 alongside Virat Kohli’s 91 to take the team to 309/3 in 50 overs after opting to bat But some exceptional batting later on by skipper Steve Smith (149 off 135) and George Bailey (112 off 120) helped the hosts to post a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series Shikhar Dhawan walks back after a cheap dismissal in Perth AP En route to his fifth ODI century Smith smashed 11 boundaries and two sixes while Bailey brought up his third hundred smashing seven fours and two sixes Debutant pacer Barinder Sran (3/56) and Ravichandran Ashwin (2/68) were the only successful bowlers India They were taken for runs by Bailey and Smith Chasing the huge total Australia got off to a disappointing start by losing both their hard-hitting openers Aaron Finch (8) and David Warner (5) to pacer Sran inside the first five overs Finch was dismissed caught and bowled while Warner got himself caught by Kohli off Sran Australia were 21/2 then Smith and Bailey came into the crease in a tough situation where they needed to score at a healthy pace to allow the required run-rate to stay within reach and also remaining mindful of not losing further wickets The experienced duo did it perfectly piling on useful runs to build a strong platform Smith-Bailey produced a splendid 242-run partnership for the third wicket before Bailey was dismissed in the 42nd over to reduce the hosts at 263/3 From there on Smith held on using his experience to get his side close to victory line before getting dismissed late in the match Earlier on in the day winning the toss and electing to bat the visitors got off to a comfortable start as both openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan (9) struck the ball positively right from the beginning But the hosts got the much needed and early breakthrough as Dhawan trying to go for a hook found himself caught at long leg by Mitchell Marsh India were 36/1 in 64 overs then From there on it was a one-sided show by the visitors as incoming batsman Kohli and Rohit took the game to the next level by making batting look easy in front of a good crowd With three pacers two medium pacers and an irregular spinner in their line-up Australia were on the back foot as the right-handed pair kept on piling runs and inching closer to individual milestones Rohit brought up his ninth ODI century and the third against Australia in Australia in the 37th over to put his team in a commanding spot His partner Kohli also kept on scoring but fell agonisingly short of his century Trying to up the ante in the slog overs he was caught at long-on boundary by Aaron Finch off James Faulkner India were 243/2 in 443 overs The two added 207 runs for the second wicket It was the eighth 200-plus run partnerships for India outside Asia after an unbeaten 201 between Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag against New Zealand in Hamilton in 2008-09 The 207-run partnership between Rohit-Kohli was also the highest second wicket partnership for India against Australia after VVS Laxman-Sachin Tendulkar (199) in Indore in March 2001 With the dismissal kohli skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (18) scored a couple being out caught off the bowling of Faulkner Ravindra Jadeja (10) remained unbeaten alongside Rohit IANS Editor’s note: This article is the first in a three-part series on the condition of farmers in Maharashtra after the state government announced its Rs 34000-crore loan waiver Aurangabad: Maharashtra government’s farm loan waiver looks good on the face of it claiming to help 89 lakh farmers but most of them are yet to be able to apply for it owing to niggling issues and the eligibility criteria Farmers across Maharashtra had launched an indefinite strike on 1 June withholding the supply of fruits and vegetables One of their demands was an unconditional waiver of all farm loans Within days the state government met the farmer-leaders and accepted "70% of the demands" and announced Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Shetkari Sanman Yojana Representational image Reuters Under this scheme the government agreed to waive off farm loans to the tune of Rs 15 lakh Those who owe banks more than this amount have been asked to repay the entire loan; they will receive Rs 15 lakh after the repayment The online submission of application for the waiver began on 24 July and the last date is 15 September More than a month has passed but only a little more than a third of the 89 lakh farmers have been able to apply till 26 August according to Maharashtra cooperative minister Subhash Deshmukh The deadline to submit the application might be only two weeks away but the challenges in submitting it persist in most parts of the state leaving farmers baffled While the government claims to have opened about 26000 centres to enable farmers to apply for the waiver infrastructure- and policy-related issues are hampering the process Long power cuts poor internet slow servers and Aadhaar-related rules are giving the applicants runaround To ensure that benefits are passed on to the right person the government has mandated that farmers provide their Aadhaar number with their application If one’s mobile number is not linked with Aadhaar their as well as their spouse’s thumb impressions are required Block development officer of Sillod tehsil Aurangabad district Suresh Malode said about 98 percent of the villagers don’t have their mobile number linked with their Aadhaar and the gram panchayats are yet to get the device that registers thumb impression In Sillod alone application centres of nine villages were facing this problem Malode said Maha eSewa Kendras could procure the device swiftly as they are managed by a private company Wadodbazaar village in Aurangabad district’s Phulambri tehsil is facing the same problem There are long queues outside the eSewa Kendras and gram panchayat offices The villagers said the requirement of having the mobile number linked with Aadhaar was responsible for the delay Phulambri tehsildar Sangeeta Chavhan said they were coordinating with the authorities concerned to overcome the issues Further she said eSewa Kendras have been lying shut in many villages which is why farmers from those areas were visiting the centres in other villages to get the job done Suresh Jadhav 38 of Karanjkhed is one such farmer He travelled 24 kilometres to get to the eSewa Kendra in the nearby village of Kannad but was told he’d need to come again with his wife to register the thumb impression of both of them The load of load-shedding In Aland village 34 kilometres from Aurangabad 14-hour-long power cuts have thrown a monkey wrench in the application process Sadanand Tayde 44 who owes a bank Rs 58000 spent four days trying to apply for the waiver He’d stand in the queue outside the gram panchayat for hours but then power cut would strike and he’d have to come again the next day He could get the job done only after four visits as the panchayat office does not have a generator For the farmers of Ghatnandra village in Sillod tehsil Aurangabad going to their gram panchayat office is not an option at all as it doesn’t offer the facility of applying for the waiver The eSewa Kendra in the village has its own problem: Sluggish servers Santosh Ahire who works as the operator at this private centre said the system takes an hour to process one application which is why they are not able to submit more than 15-18 applications a day at best Ramchandra Joshi in his general store Image courtesy: Aarteeshymal Joshi In stark contrast is a general store in the village Its owner Ramchandra Joshi owns a laptop a printer Reliance Jio’s high-speed internet and a fingerprint reader which he bought from Aurangabad for Rs 7000 He is helping farmers fill the forms for Rs 100 and the farmers too are availing of his service as here their work is getting done smoothly Joshi said he could not comment on the server problem as he was not facing any such issue Meanwhile the eSewa Kendra in Udangaon village in Bhokardan tehsil Jalna district is working after 8 pm to process the applications as it’s during night that the servers work at a proper speed The centre operator Krishna Dhanwai said doing this work during the day is problematic Farmers not happy While the government has launched an app too to facilitate application for the waiver it is not functioning This correspondent was not even able to download the app from Google Play Store Salil Daroga a farmer from Jalna said it was funny that the government thought an app could be helpful for this purpose He said many farmers don’t have a smartphone and those who do are not necessarily connected to the internet He asked how then the government thought the farmers could use the app The problem of internet connectivity was reported from many areas Farmers also have the option of submitting a hard copy of their application at the tehsil office collector’s office assistant registrar office gram panchayats banks primary agriculture credit societies etc (The above document is a copy of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Shetkari Sanman Yojana form) However farmers’ inclination to opt for the online mode of applying is evident by the fact that out of the 32 lakh forms submitted till 26 August more than 81% were filled online The uneligible lot Venkatesh Patil founder of the NGO Maharashtra Sewabhavi Sanstha said the eligibility criteria are complicated and only about five lakh farmers in the state would benefit from the waiver Many farmers are piqued that they are not eligible owing to previous unpaid debt(s) Dr Dhananjay Dhanwate one of the organisers of the farmers’ protest in Puntamba the epicentre of the protest said that out of over 2000 debt-ridden farmers in their village only about 180 are eligible for the waiver "What about the rest When a drought or a natural calamity hits the farmers everyone gets affected" he said (Aarteeshymal Joshi is a Aurangabad based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters) On 23 May at the Madras University Convocation Hall Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was sworn in after winning a historic second consecutive term What created a flutter though was that 14 MLAs of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) led by its treasurer and heir apparent MK Stalin were seated somewhere in the tenth row for only the second time in a decade-and-a-half when the Opposition attended the swearing-in of its rivals in government A DMK leader in the know later described how the party’s nonagenarian leader M Karunanidhi created what he referred to as a ‘scene’ at his Gopalapuram residence in Chennai “Nee thalaivara illa naan thalaivara” a furious Karuna is said to have asked of his son MK Stalin seemingly peeved at the media attention he received on that day In English his question translates to “Are you the leader or am I” And this perhaps is what is bothering the grand old man of Tamil politics the most as he celebrates his 93rdbirthday on Friday Power or maybe the draining away of it DMK workers say that ‘Kalaignar’ (artist Karuna’s moniker) is suddenly active in party affairs — especially after the recent debacle in the May 2016 Assembly polls With the party that he leads now filled with loyalists of his son Stalin and his chief ministerial dreams dashed Karuna is not likely to be in the best of spirits File image of M Karunanidhi PTI Karunanidhi has been in active politics for almost eight decades now joining the Dravidian movement when he was only 14 years old A large chunk of the state’s post-Independence history has this man inextricably intertwined with it “You cannot talk about Tamil Nadu politics by detaching Karunanidhi’s name from it from the 1950s to now and the same will continue as long as Tamil Nadu exists as a state” said RK Radhakrishnan senior journalist and political commentator “Following reforms that have happened in the state which has led the state to be one of the best in the country in terms of the key indicators — social or economic — it is Karuna’s policies that have led to these developments He has also continued the legacies of his predecessors without trying to discontinue them merely because a political opponent has started it” he added But the Chanakya of Tamil politics finds himself at a crossroads now in his 94thyear Longevity and ruthless politicking have perhaps inevitably led to widespread criticism of the leader Once adored and showered with adulation Karuna now faces merciless brickbats from all quarters Dravidian slight He may be fond of calling himself as Periyar’s (founder of the Dravidian movement) protégé but many Periyarists (ardent followers of Periyar) disagree The movement thatlaunched Karunanidhi’s political career they say now stands in tatters – and a large part of the blame for the decline dilution and decay of the movement they say goes to Karunanidhi “He was the one who took the decision to align with the BJP and the Congress when in power — this despite decades of fighting against the Congress” said Kolathur Mani Periyarist and founder of the Dravidar Viduthalai Kazhagam a group that propagates Periyar’s ideology “That itself was an opportunistic move When the DMK was formed what did they say about why they wanted to get power They said they want to bring Periyar’s ideologies to the whole state and implement them Did they do that Not at all” he said Mani agrees that a lot of the blame possibly rides on Karuna’s shoulders simply because he has been at the helm of affairs the longest CN Annadurai the first chief minister from the DMK died early with Karuna replacing him “It is not just Karunanidhi’s fault but the entire DMK itself as a concept is at fault” explained Mani adding “Once the DMK was formed Periyar’s ideology was diluted Even when Periyar was alive his take on women’s rights his anti-caste stand none of that was followed The decay began during Anna’s time itself” he said Experts do not necessarily concur They say that Karuna’s role must be looked at from the view of what was necessary for Tamil Nadu at the time “Karuna’s contribution should be seen in the light of the gradual ideological decay that has set in in society its polity and the country in general since Independence” argued RK Radhakrishnan senior journalist further stating “Measured against this Karuna’s contribution has been remarkable in every sphere of empowerment of marginalised classes benefits to organised sector embracement of market reforms allying with ideologically incompatible partners and guiding Tamil Nadu as a key player in national polity” Anger of the Dalits Another section of Tamil society that feels cheated by the DMK in general and Karunanidhi in particular are the Dalits This 25 percent of the state’s population has been disdainful of the DMK of late preferring instead to vote for its rival the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) Dalit thought leaders argue that Karunanidhi has taken an openly anti-Dalit political stand throughout his career They point to the various incidents of crimes against Dalits in the state’s recent history and argue that Karunanidhi whether in power or in Opposition did nothing except mouth vague platitudes “Karunanidhi in terms of Dalit welfare has contributed more negative inputs than positive” said C Lakshmanan associate professor Madras Institute of Development Studies and an expert in Dalit issues “When he became chief minister for the first time he expelled a strong Dalit leader Sathyavani Muthu who was a founding member of the DMK She was unceremoniously thrown out of the government and the party — because the SC-ST (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) development allocation from the Centre was diverted to the Backward Classes Department — as a minister for Adi Dravida Welfare she asked how without her prior knowledge other ministries and officials were overriding her powers After this he went on to create a rift between the Dalit communities — between Parayars and Pallars” he explained Karunanidhi loyalists in the DMK like KS Radhakrishnan a DMK spokesperson defend their leader staunchly “Pazhuttha maram than kalladipadum” said Radhakrishnan “In English this means that only a tree that bears ripe fruit will suffer an attack of stones by those who want to pluck it Similarly Kalaignar is 93 years of age He has given more than 70 of his years to public life What he has done for the people of Tamil Nadu is incalculable” he said Introduction of freebie culture and institutionalised corruption The DMK leader has also been criticised severely for launching the state-sponsored freebie culture not just in the state of Tamil Nadu but all over the country It was in 2006 ahead of the Assembly election that Karuna announced free colour televisions for poor families in the state The DMK combine was installed in the seat of power Subsequent elections have seen a rash of announcements of freebies each party competing with the other to give away mixer-grinders fans and gold “The introduction of free colour TVs in the manifesto in 2006 was possibly the first time a major freebie was introduced to the Tamil people” said RK Radhakrishnan senior journalist “He (Karunanidhi) laid the foundation stone for a lot of such things to be added to manifestos which did not in any way help the development of the people or society” The DMK demurs “At every point of time in history there is a need in society — economic and social needs and demands” argued KS Radhakrishnan DMK spokesperson “Colour TV was the need of that time This time it is different That is why we have not announced any freebies in this election As a party we change with the times” he said Corruption and the DMK have become synonymous following the 2G scam and the Rs 200-crore Kalaignar TV scam two of the biggest corruption allegations the Indian courts have tried Experts say nothing can take away the contribution made by the nonagenarian to Tamil and national politics “Some of his initiatives on the front of federalism his stand on inter-state relations administrative measures the Constitution are all sound” said Lakshmanan of MIDS “But Karunanidhi is also the person who changed the government processes into a wholly sycophantic machinery He has always hankered after populism and publicity" RK Radhakrishnan said Karuna’s pragmatism in politics is admirable “His pragmatism can be seen in the way the DMK gave up the demand for a separate Tamil state aligning later with the Congress — which had dismissed his government – and much later his decision to be part of the NDA govt at the Centre and then switching sides to be again with the Congress” he pointed out “All because of his firm conviction that the demands of the Tamils can be aligned with Delhi regardless of whoever is in power” The DMK believes that many of the best schemes now in vogue in the country were implemented during the DMK regime under Karuna’s leadership “Each time the DMK formed government a pilot scheme was initiated which was followed by other states — the slum rehabilitation scheme lepers rehabilitation scheme spectacles for thedowntrodden the abolition of hand-pulled rickshaws — all of this was done in the 1970s” said KS Radhakrishnan and argued “In 1989 he announced free power for farmers — it was only after that that the Punjab government announced it in its state" But the writing is on the wall for the aged lion Eight decades of missed opportunities to become a statesman rather than remain relegated to the position of a mere politician “A statesman requires certain qualities a certain charisma” said Lakshmanan “A statesman is one who has a vision Statesmen will tide over party line and political mileage to speak up for the downtrodden I don’t think Karunanidhi has done any of that” he concluded On Friday his birthday as he holds his first public meeting since the election results were announced — nostalgia is likely to be writ large in his speech as it has been of late The lion will roar for the gallery The writer tweets @sandhyaravishan Written by Reuters | Washington | Published: January 27 2009 9:47 am Related News Are you a social butterflyor do you prefer being at the edge of a group of friends Either wayyour genes and evolution may play a major roleUS researchers reported on Monday While it may come as no surprise that genes may help explain why some people have many friends and others have fewthe researchers saidtheir findings go just a little farther than that “Some of the things we find are frankly bizarre” said Nicholas Christakis of Harvard University in Massachusettswho helped conduct the study “We find that how interconnected your friends are depends on your genes Some people have four friends who know each other and some people have four friends who don’t know each other Whether Dick and Harry know each other depends on Tom’s genes” Christakis said in a telephone interview Christakis and colleague James Fowler of the University of California San Diego are best known for their studies that show obesitysmoking and happiness spread in networks For this studythey and Christopher Dawes of UCSD used national data that compared more than 1000 identical and fraternal twins Because twins share an environmentthese studies are good for showing the impact that genes have on various thingsbecause identical twins share all their genes while fraternal twine share just half “We found there appears to be a genetic tendency to introduce your friends to each other” Christakis said There could be goodevolutionary reasons for this People in the middle of a social network could be privy to useful gossipsuch as the location of food or good investment choices But they would also be at risk of catching germs from all sides in which case the advantage would lie in more cautious social behaviourthey wrote in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences “It may be that natural selection is acting on not just things like whether or not we can resist the common coldbut also who it is that we are going to come into contact with” Fowler said in a statement For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: February 16 2017 2:56 am System overhaul impossible until parallel corridor comes up say officials (Express Archive) Top News Technical glitches and overcrowding on the Blue Line are here to stay as the Delhi Metro grapples with a signalling system with a “slower recovery time” According to DMRC officials unforeseen expansion of the over-50-km Blue Line (Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida City Centre/ Vaishali) resulting in heavy commuter load has put unexpected pressure on its signalling system Officials added that a systemic overhaul will not be possible until a parallel corridor takes up the ridership of the line The corridor — among the top two busiest in the entire Metro network — was conceptualised as a small stretch between Dwarka and Barakhamba Road It was later extended to Indraprastha Noida and Vaishali in the East and Dwarka on the West leaving its signalling system overburdened Metro officials said though advanced technology was used on this corridor the signalling system installed by Siemens turned out to have a longer recovery period as compared to other corridors Of the existing corridors the signalling systems on Lines 1 and 2 were put in place by Alstom on Lines 5 6 and 7 by Bombardier and on Line 8 by Nippon The Airport Express Line is the only other corridor that has the Siemens system As it has a lower ridership and only six trains snags have been more manageable “At the time of planning we did not know that the extensions would be so much The signalling system by Siemens was brought in following an open tender… However it was not ready for such heavy passenger load…” Sharat Sharma director (operations) DMRC said Adding to the problem Blue Line has an overhead electrification (OHE) line that is exposed to external vagaries “The line runs through densely populated areas Whenever it rains roof sheets clothes from neighbouring houses kites and even lightmasts fall on the OHE In East Delhi the performance of electronic cards on the line was affected due to high pollution in the area We had to use protective coating on them In West Delhi the butcheries in R K Ashram and Jhandewalan draw vultures and birds As a result the line is covered with nests and droppings These problems are not faced on Line 2 (Samaypur Badli to HUDA City Centre) that is mostly underground and has a similar ridership pattern” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Saundarya Mehra | Ahmedabad | Published: August 17 2017 11:35 pm Meraj Sheykh helped Dabadng Delhi beat Tamil Thalaivas (Source: AP) Related News Dabang Delhi needed a miracle to complete their second win this season Trailing 27-29 with a minute left in the match Delhi looked to their top raider Meraj Sheykh The onus was on the Iranian to pull off something sensational and help his team He did exactly that A super raid in the last minute turned the game around and gave Delhi three points From the brink of defeat Delhi made a dramatic comeback to beat Tamil Thalaivas 30-29 in a contest that was dominated by the team from Chennai only the final minute “We wanted one win and I’m sure this will give us confidence” Delhi coach Ramesh said “Meraj was under pressure and consulted me if he should send Abolfazl to raid But I insisted him to make the raid Eventually he got us three crucial points Nobody had thought of that” Meraj carried the load for Delhi from the word go However he only got support from fellow countryman Abolfazl Abolfazl who was brought in replacing Viraj Vishnu Landge scored a super 10 His back to back four successful raids kept the scoreline tight and didn’t let Tamil Thalaivas extend their lead Calling it a blunder Tamil captain Ajay said “Our defence made a lot of mistakes In spite of points coming in raids we never got support from thedefence” While Ajay Thakur looked in fine form and scored points with ease the Iranian duo kept their nerves tight After being criticised by coach K Baskaran Ajay proved his mettle by scoring 13 points from 25 raids As Ajay did the most of the job for his side Delhi’s defence didn’t let the pressure build on Meraj and Abolfazl Tamil coach Baskaran was upset with the way his team gave away three points in the penultimateminute “We didn’t expect Meraj scoring three points Our strategy was to give one point Despite having the lead it was a foolish move from our defenders” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News in compliance with the regulator’s advice. 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