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2013 1:25 am Related News A high-level committee constituted by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to look into the structural defects of Noida City Centre Metro station has blamed both the contractors as well as DMRC engineers for the defect. "It is clear that the FIR has the PM’s nod. an official said. who easily maintained their 27-year unbeaten streak at the Gabba. putting Mitchell Marsh on a hat-trick which Tim Southee saw off. but the steps were wrong.wrong? Sunday will see this sentiment face its moment of truth (Nihal is a senior assistant editor based in New Delhi)nihalkoshie@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 10 2017 7:04 am Tottenham Hotspur have said they are not in takeover talks Top News English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur have said they are not in takeover talks in response to a British media report that a potential buyer backed by Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg is considering a 1 billion pounds ($129 billion) bid The Sunday Times reported that American investment firm Iconiq Capital had held talks with a number of buyout firms about a possible move for the club known as Spurs It said the San Francisco fund manages the wealth of several Silicon Valley billionaires including the founder of Facebook In 2001 Bahamas-based Joe Lewis bought Tottenham through investment vehicle ENIC which owns 8555 percent of the club Tottenham finished second in the Premier League last season behind London rivals Chelsea to again qualify for the lucrative Champions League European soccer’s elite club competition Spurs are building a 61500-seat stadium on their existing White Hart Lane site for 800 million pounds and will use the national stadium at Wembley this season while the new ground is constructed for the club to use from the 2018-19 campaign Tottenham said on their website (wwwtottenhamhotspurcom) on Sunday: “The club engaged Rothschild to secure the funding for the new stadium As expected many proposals came forward including bank debt and equity investment “The club announced on 31 May 2017 the completion of the bank debt financing for the new stadium with a consortium of banks involving Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Limited Goldman Sachs Bank USA and HSBC Bank plc “The Board believes this was the optimum solution in the interests of fans employees and shareholders and for the continued development of the club The Board is not in any discussions relating to a takeover offer for the club” Tottenham announced on May 31 that the club had signed a 400 million pounds five-year loan to help finance the cost of building the new stadium which is being purpose-built to also stage National Football League (NFL) games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma Devyani Madaik | Shimla | Published: January 29 2017 2:49 am Top News Following a recent HC order asking police to act against drug peddlers the Kangra police have launched a drive to identify properties of drug traffickers and seize them For the first time in the state the police have attached five such properties worth Rs 35 crore in the district after it was proved in the investigations under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act that the assets were made out of money earned through illegal means primarily drug trafficking Watch what else is making news: The HC in its July 2016 order had also reminded the police about the provisions of preventive arrests of persons involved in illegal drug trade their harbourers and financiers under the NDPS Act The Kangra police have identified 25 such properties said Kangra SP Sanjeev Gandhi who is leading the drive “The assets seized by the police include houses and commercial properties” Nurpur sub-division has been mainly under focus for detection of crime related to drug peddling and illegal smuggling of liquor in the areas bordering Punjab Gandhi said: “The dealers have been engaged in drug procurement There are numerous cases pending against them After the HC order asking the police to investigate the forward and backward links of the persons involved in the drugs and invoked the provisions under the NDPC Act we have seized the illicit properties of such drug dealers” For all the latest Shimla News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Midnapore | Published: December 10 2009 9:08 am Related News Suspected Maoists shot dead three CPI(M) workers at Sebaytan village in Midnapore West district in the small hours on Friday The three — Bijay MahtoManik MahtoBrihaspati Mahto — were called out from their homes in the village under Jhargram police station at about 130 am and gunned downpolice said The bodies were found this morning in front of a college with a note that the three were given the “extreme punishment by people’s verdict” as they were ‘police informers’they said In another incidentthe Maoists blew up an office of the forest department at Jhitka in Lalgarh area using a landmine For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLike our former prime minister Manmohan Singh former US president Barack Obama is an intellectual whom the world respects It doesn’t matter that a few people think that the two of them are failed leaders either because they lacked charisma and personal power like Singh or because they came from a racial minority like Obama They are brilliant individuals and though they speak not as often as other leaders it is inevitably rewarding to listen to them when they speak representational image AP A few days ago Obama gave a wonderful interview to Britain’s Prince Harry In this he spoke about the social media and some aspects of its effect on the modern world Obama accepted that social media was a really powerful tool for people of common interests to convene and get to know each other and connect Having said this he added: "But then it’s important for them to get offline meet in a pub meet at a place of worship meet in a neighbourhood and get to know each other” The reason he said this was because "on the internet everything is simplified and when you meet people face-to-face it turns out they’re complicated One of the dangers of the internet is that people can have entirely different realities They can be cocooned in information that reinforces their current biases" I think Obama has captured something essential about the way we use the internet I am personally not on the social media because I find it too distracting However sometimes when I go through the comments sections of online articles I get depressed The amount of anger and viciousness and intemperate language is enough to put off anyone However the truth is that this level of nastiness is not observable in our everyday lives Arguments about politics and religion do not end in name calling and abuse when they happen face to face It is the anonymity of the internet that somehow gives us the confidence to say strong things In person we are more balanced because we are aware we are being observed And of course the other great point that Obama makes is that on the internet we are not exposed to the other person’s point of view unless we specifically choose to seek her or him out In the real life when we engage with someone we must also listen to them and this makes our certitude and our prejudices less assertive There are some takeaways from this insight that Obama has given us First that it is important particularly for people like activists and politicians who seek change through their work to meet and engage with people outside the internet A few weeks ago Jignesh Mewani came to the place I work and spoke about his perspective and his ambitions When he was asked about electoral politics he said that it was not a short-term goal but winning was something he saw happening a decade or 15 years down the line I am not sure even he knew that he would easily win onlya few days later as an Independent candidate in Gujarat the most divided state of India How did this happen particularly in a two-party state where he did not have the advantage of an election symbol and had to rely on his own credibility I suspect it happened in a large part because Mewani who is a smart and persuasive speaker engaged with thousands and thousands of people in person Similarly for a human rights activist like me it is vital that there be maximum physical engagement with people I am saying this specifically because in the world of activism the focus is on social media because it is the most efficient way of reaching out to a large number of people But it is also as Obama has observed polarised in an artificial way If one is working on the rights of marginalisedgroups like Muslims or Dalits or Adivasis or Kashmiris or the people of the North East the knee-jerk response is to uphold the rights of the Indian Army and of the State over the rights of citizens This false binary is perpetuated more easily on the internet It is not as easy to dismiss the concerns of another human being in person And finally Obama’s insight tells us that we should not allow ourselves as I do so often to lose hope about the way things are We will close by noticing that Obama did not mean to say that social media was all bad "The question has to do with how do we harness this technology in a way that allows a multiplicity of voices allows a diversity of views but doesn’t lead to a Balkanisation of the society and allows ways of finding common ground" he said These are terrific words which we should remember in 2018 a crucial year for India By: Reuters | Published: August 23 2017 5:28 pm Arsene Wenger’s side have not won at Anfield since 2012 (Source: Reuters) Top News Arsenal head to Anfield on Sunday seeking to improve their poor recent record against other ‘Big Six’ teams amid growing uncertainty surrounding their most creative players Alexis Sanchez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Arsene Wenger’s side have not won at Anfield since 2012 since when they have played 50 matches against their major rivals only winning 11 drawing 19 and losing 20 Away from home they have just won two of 24 games at Chelsea Liverpool Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City and United Anfield also was the scene for one of their greatest humiliations when a vibrant Liverpool side thrashed them 5-1 in 2014 ripping them apart with four goals in the first 20 minutes The contrast between their recent failures and that last victory in September 2012 when two of their summer signings Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla scored the goals could not be more stark with Wenger again this week bemoaning the state of the transfer market as he seeks to add to his summer business Wenger needs to sell before he can buy long-term target Monaco winger Thomas Lemar and has described his 33-man squad as “unmanageable” But in a familiar refrain he this week lamented the market difficulties experienced by English clubs “There is no transfer market anymore because the price depends only on the identity of the buyer and when you are English you have straight away 50 per cent on the price of a player and that makes it difficult to act” said Wenger His failure to offload any underperformers given the disappointment of last season when Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League has surprised respected Irish commentator Johnnie Giles the former Leeds United midfielder “I’ve always been a great fan of Wenger and I think he has done a great job with Arsenal over the years – I think everybody agrees with that” said Giles on Eamon Dunphy’s The Stand podcast “But when you have Ozil in the team again and Chamberlain in the team again Walcott still there Xhaka — these are proven failures and why they are there I don’t know I think it will be the end of Wenger “I thought they would be out start from scratch good players in or better than he has These are proven failures and why he is sticking with them I do not know” Not everyone agrees with that assessment particularly of Oxlade-Chamberlain who Wenger insists is not for sale despite interest from Chelsea and Liverpool With Sanchez also linked with a move to Manchester City there could be several ins and outs ahead of next week’s transfer deadline Before then Wenger will be desperate for some reward at Anfield his favourite English stadium on Sunday after last week’s defeat at Stoke City Laurent Koscielny is free to return after missing the first two games through suspension His presence should bolster a defence that has conceded four goals in two games Sanchez is also expected to be in contention after missing the opening games with an abdominal strain For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: September 20 2017 2:28 am Australia will play Syria next month (Source: AP) Top News Australia has recalled Maccabi Haifa striker Nikita Rukavytsya after a three-year absence along with captain Mile Jedinak in a 30-man squad for its World Cup qualifying playoff with Syria next month The recall of Rukavytsya who has scored four times in seven games for his Israeli club reflects Australia’s struggles in front of goal recently in its qualifying campaign in which it finished third in its group behind qualifiers Japan and Saudi Arabia Coach Ange Postecoglou retained 22 of the 23 players chosen for Australia’s past two games against Japan and Thailand with defender Matthew Spiranovic missing out Aston Villa defender Jedinak returns after missing those two games with a groin injury “The players … all have the benefit of several club matches under their belts over the past few weeks and I am confident whichever 23 players we settle on will be able to do the job next month” Postecoglou said in a statement He will trim his squad to 23 next week The Socceroos’ two-leg playoff against Syria begins away in Malacca Malaysia on Oct 5 before the home fixture at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Oct 10 The winner plays the fourth-placed team from CONCACAF in another two-leg playoff to secure qualification for the World Cup in Russia next year Australia: Goalkeepers: Mat Ryan Mitch Langerak Danny Vukovic Mark Birighitti Defenders: Aziz Behich Milos Degenek Alex Gersbach Mathew Jurman Ryan McGowan Josh Risdon Trent Sainsbury Brad Smith Bailey Wright Midfielders: Mustafa Amini Craig Goodwin Jackson Irvine Mile Jedinak James Jeggo Robbie Kruse Mathew Leckie Massimo Luongo Awer Mabil Mark Milligan Aaron Mooy Tom Rogic James Troisi Forwards: Tim Cahill Tomi Juric Jamie Maclaren Nikita Rukavytsya For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Sandesh Runwal participated in the discussion. A cool Dawar, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 18.
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Or those who are too far away for their voice to carry to us, said Shekhar GuptaEditor-in-ChiefThe Indian Express For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIf you’re an Indian and following the stunning rise of the RAISE Act from the dumpster heap of US Congress paperwork to overnight fame the most comprehensive interview (video) on how it affects you is here via New York based ace immigration attorney Cyrus Mehta Below in 20 bullet points we summarize the red flags that Cyrus Mehta pointed to in his 30 minute explainer Read alongside the summary of the Bill these 20 points will tell you why it is political red meat and will continue to swirl in the headlines in the Trump years even if it does not get passed easily With the Obamacare repeal effort killed off the Trump White House needs a new flogging horse This is it Important Links: Full text of RAISE Act (Bill)Summary of the RAISE Act in 6 sub categories Trump announces his backing for the RAISE Act with chief author Tom Cotton on his right/ Reuters 1Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy – RAISE is not yet law It has to pass through the Senate That’s unlikely given its flaws and the super majority of 60 needed 2If made into law the RAISE Act will fundamentally and radically change philosophical underpinning of US immigration 3Traditional emphasis on family unification will shift to skills 4Emphasis will be on knowledge of the English language never quite the case before 5Cause of alarm on what America now stands for vis a vis how America become great 6First-generation immigrants had not needed skills in the English language to enter America 7Eliminates the diversity visa programme applicable for 50000 visas granted to low-sending countries (Section 2 of RAISE Act) 8If RAISE Act becomes law today applications of all those in the green-card backlog will not be preserved 9Accordingly the applications-based system of today will be replaced by a merits-based points system Said in another way even if you’ve been in the queue for 12-14 years and you had started out at the age of say 30 You will have to start again And a guy next to you at 30 will have more points ( all other factors remaining same) because the RAISE Act gives preference to younger people 10The RAISE act will be just as bad for those in India wishing to apply That’s because those already in the queue will rush to file again A backlog will be created in no time 11Section 3 of the RAISE Act pertains to refugees (50000 visas) as opposed to asylum seekers Very few Indians ask for this type of visa anyway But sure those in India from other countries fearing harm and persecution and waiting to get refugee status in America will be hit 12Under the RAISE Act Statue of Liberty the beacon of liberty will stand (only) as America’s projection of liberty to the world The spirit and words of Emma Lazarus’ poem inscribed on the statue “Give me your tired your poor your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” are not deemed relevant In other words a 21st-century reinterpretation of the statue is underway under President Trump 13Section 4 is on immigration preference of spouses and children Here the present annual quota of 400000 will be cut to 88000 This will cover the bulk of immigration from India – brother sister parents Only the spouses of US citizens and green card holders will be preserved 14Definition of minor child will stand changed from 21 to 18 Before the RAISE Act if you were over 18 but under 21 you automatically emigrated with your parents Not so under the RAISE Act – you will have to show that you are a dependent and you will be allowed to immigrate temporarily and so long as you are dependent Once you cease to be a dependent you have to apply under the RAISE Act on your own steam 15What now of parents Right now as a green card holder you can apply for their green card If the RAISE Act becomes law they can only get a “W” visa for 5 years Thus they become ineligible for any form of welfare Medicaid will be considered “welfare’ – and they will therefore not be entitled to it The RAISE Act also says that if you came here and got benefits you have to reimburse the benefits if you want to become a citizen 16Section 5 seems inspired by the Canadian or the Australian points system a poor man’s version at that Unlike the Canadian system for instance the RAISE Act steam rolls into a 30-point threshold present categories of sponsoring somebody Points differ for age (no points after you hit 50) whether or not you have a US bachelors degree a non-US bachelors degree a US masters a non-US masters a US PhD a non-US Phd a degree in the STEM (science technology engineering math) field etc A poetry PhD for example or history will get you the same points as a US bachelors degree There are points to be made on investments brought in Similarly for English language proficiency – here more Indians are likely to do very well There are points too for extraordinary ability standard But the standards specified are nearly impossible – an Olympic medal or even a Nobel Prize There are some points specified in this section on job offers where the salary on the table is way above the median salary in the state of employment There are points for your spouse’s skills – and if he/she is less qualified than you it will actually drag you down Important clarification all those under the I-140 programme will need to start again from zero 17On people who are already here and having folks already in the queue there is a “grandfather clause” but it is applicable only if they are within one year of getting their green card Even these people will have to achieve a certain number of points to be eligible for grandfathering 18Ironically the “grand-fathering” is not applicable to those in the queue under the employment-base category You won’t get any credit for having waited 11 years (It can only be hoped that if this bill gets traction it will attract some sensible amendments) 19 A bill sponsored by "xenophobes" in the Trump Administration "And only xenophobic organisations have welcomed it" says Mehta The RAISE Act raises a welcome banner for skills only in name There will be huge queues from Day One Read with provisions that your application can get dated people will have to reapply and reapply and reapply 20For folks with H1B under the RAISE Act you only have 6 years If made into law America will be for folks who are super-fluent in the English language have PhD degrees and high-wage employment letters and young No place here for lower skills so essential to the US economy or even the Arts Also read: The politics of RAISE Act Twitter | @byniknat Kowloon: Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu’s quest for a second successive women’s singles title ended in disappointment after she went down in straight games to Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu Ying in the Hong Kong Open Super Series final here File photo of PV Sindhu Twitter/@airnewsalerts The Indian lost 15-21 17-21 in a clash which lasted 41 minutes It was sweet revenge for Tzu Ying who had lost to Sindhu most recently in the Rio Olympic Games She now leads 5-3 in the head-to-head record against the Indian World No 3 and fourth seed Tzu Ying was in command of the match from the first game itself and produced a near-perfect all-round performance to be ahead 18-11 She maintained the lead and grabbed the opening game without much of a trouble The Indian on the other hand was found wanting in her net-play against a swift-moving rival The second game was fought on a more even keel with Sindhu stepping it up slightly but once again she struggled to match the pace and range of Tzu Ying’s stroke-play Tzu Ying’s ability to retrieve almost everything that Sindhu threw at her stood out The Taipei girl’s deft use of her wrist to control her shots was also admirable However Sindhu did not let Tzu Ying to simply run away and went neck-and-neck till 10-10 The Indian took the lead at 11-10 when Tzu Ying mishit a smash which landed outside But Tzu Ying drew level and took the lead soon after the lemon break The Indian’s much-admired never-say-die spirit kept her afloat for a couple of more points but her inability to break free proved to be the difference The draw at the All England Club on Friday established plenty of intriguing match-ups for this year’s Wimbledon which starts from 3 July There’s the mouth watering prospect of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal facing each other in the Wimbledon final more than a decade after their first such meeting Defending champion Andy Murray could clash against three-time major Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka in the quarter-final Three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic who’s been struggling for most of the year also seems to have a particularly tricky path His quarterfinal foe could be Dominic Thiem who eliminated the Serb in straight sets at the French Open File image of Roger Federer at Wimbledon 2015 Reuters Federer turns 36 on Aug 8 and Nadal just turned 31 but both are back to playing their best tennis in a while They met in the Australian Open final in Januarywhich Federer won in a five-setterand Nadal earned his record 10th French Open title in June Murray’s spot at No 1 in the ATP rankings is up for grabs this fortnight: He Nadal Wawrinka or Djokovic could all leave the All England Club with the top spot The WTA No 1 ranking which currently belongs to Angelique Kerber also could change hands at tournament’s end Four other women have a chance to take it: Karolina Pliskova Simona Halep Elina Svitolina and Caroline Wozniacki who already has spent time at No 1 Venus Williams and Petra Kvitova who won Wimbledon in 2011 and 2014 are the only two past champions in the women’s field: Williams’ sister Serena is taking the rest of the year off due to pregnancy while Maria Sharapova is injured The potential women’s quarterfinals are Kerber vs Svetlanta Kuznetsova in a matchup between a pair of two-time major champions; 2016 US Open runner-up Pliskova vs two-time US Open finalist Wozniacki; Svitolina vs Dominika Cibulkova Here’s all you need to know about watching the Wimbledon matches live: When will the Wimbledon matches be played The Wimbledon matches will start on 3 July and the final match is on 16 July Where will the Wimbledon matches be played The matches will be played at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club Wimbledon London How do I watch the Wimbledon matches live The matches will be broadcast live on Star Sports Select 1 Star Sports Select 2 Star Sports Select HD1 and Star Sports Select HD2 What time will live coverage of the match start The live broadcast of the matches will start at 4 PM IST every day Where can you follow the match online The matches will be streamed online on hotstarcom You can also check out the live blog on Firstpost for live scores updates and analysis from the match With inputs fromAP Dhaka: The Bangladesh High Court on Sundayupheld the death sentence of 139 and the life imprisonment of 146 convicted soldiers over the massacre of 74 people including 57 Army officers in a 2009 mutiny in the country’s biggest-ever criminal case Representational image Reuters The judgement comes after the court started delivering the verdict on Sundayin the death sentence of the total 152 convicted soldiers of the then Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) for the brutal killing at the border guards’ headquarters "One thirty nine will have to walk to gallows and 146 will be imprisoned for life" Attorney General Mahbubey Alam told a media briefing quoting the long verdict delivered by a three-judge high court bench The judgement comes four years after a lower court in Dhaka handed down capital punishment to 152 and life term to 158 soldiers of the BDR The bench on Sundaystarted reading out the entire judgement on the death sentence and appeal hearing of the trial of what is said to Bangladesh’s biggest ever criminal case A Dhaka court had awarded death penalty to 152 jawans and non-commissioned officers of the BDR which was renamed as the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in November 2013 The court had sentenced 158 to life imprisonment 251 to imprisonments up to 10 years for the 25-26 February 2009 carnage when 74 people including 57 military officers serving in the BDR were killed "It appears from discussions and reviews before and after the BDR mutiny that it was a conspiracy by a quarter with vested interest to hamper the stability of the state and socio-economic safety" said the bench in its observation part of the judgement The bench observed that it was "an attempt to destroy a trained and skilled professional force through conspiracy" The BDR jawans had been accused of masterminding the mutiny plots torturing and killing their officers looting their belongings or keeping their family members captive during the rebellion They had also killed eight civilians eight fellow BDR soldiers who apparently were opposed to the revolt and an army soldier apart from the 57 military officers Legal experts had called it the country’s biggest-ever criminal trial in which some 800 ex-paramilitary soldiers had been accused of the murder of 74 people during the revolt in February 2009 Never before had so many accused 850 in total been tried in a single case in the history of Bangladesh The bench heard the death sentences and appeals for over a year during which BDR’s former deputy assistant director Touhid Ahmed a soldier-turned-officer appeared as the key leader of the mutineers He was also given the capital punishment Two civilians who were awarded the life term included former lawmaker of main opposition BNP Nasiruddin Ahmed Pintu and Awami League leader and ex-BDR soldier Torab Ali as they were found guilty of collaborating with the mutineers Pintu died few years ago Bangladesh had renamed the mutiny-stained force as BGB in 2012 under a massive reconstruction campaign that also witnessed the changes in the border force’s law uniform flag and monogram as part of desperate efforts to free the force from the stigma of rebellion The rebel BDR soldiers had staged the mutiny alleging "deprivation" at the force’s Pilkhana headquarters It soon spread at the frontier force’s sector headquarters and regional units across the country The soldiers turned their guns on their commanders shot them from close range or hacked and tortured them to death They hid their bodies in sewers and hurriedly-dug graves and also held captive their frightened family members and humiliated them in barracks They had set the date for staging the revolt coinciding with the annual ‘Darbar’ or meeting of ordinary soldiers with the top brasses while the then BDR chief major general Shakil Ahmed was their first victim The casualties took place at Pilkhana alone during the mutiny when the rebel soldiers outside Dhaka defied the command took charge of the armoury and came out of their barracks confining their commanders from military inside The rebels went on a killing spree during the 33-hour revolt at Pilkhana when they also murdered the then Dhaka sector chief Colonel Mojibul Haque and other army officers The mutiny was a challenge for the newly elected government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina It also angered the army officers as they lost 57 colleagues serving the paramilitary border force on deputation he said. 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