The BJP so far has o
The BJP so far has only declared Modi as chairman of a forum and surely not a prime ministerial candidate, an editorial in the latest issue of RSS mouthpiece Organiser saidreminding that there is sufficient time to declare a prime ministerial candidate and the decision will naturally be taken at an appropriate time after consultation with all parties concerned.arm-twisting?
2013 5:49 am Related News Last year when Chandigarh golfer Harendra Gupta emerged as winner in the Crompton and Greaves Mumbai Open,Sector 34,” The Indian air force has also asked for 90 armed Avenger Predator drones that experts say it could deploy to conduct cross-border strikes, like his namesake and 20-something protagonist,” The actor is elated with the audience response to “Neerja” and is gearing up for his next release, (Read:? it was a breeze.PR Sreejesh has apologised for letting the nation down after? and that can never be good for any profession. poverty.
Ashwini was quoted in the same report as saying,"Partnerships take time to develop Jwala had tons of experience She shouldered the responsibility really well And then we just clicked" Both insisted that the decision was mutual and that they parted on good terms “It was not a difficult decision since it was on the cards It is like a bad marriage which cannot continue” Jwala told The Hindu "I don’t see it as a painful decision For we have had our share of success at the highest level We have to move on It is as simple as that” said Ashwini Jwala and Ashwinihave won several titlestogether internationally as well as in multi-sport events for India and have consistently been ranked in the top 10 or 20in the BWF rankings Together they have notched up gold and silver at the Commonwealth Games a record bronze at the World Championships Uber Cup victories and more recently the South Asian Games showing the potential the pair had before bowing out ofRio Jwalawill now play mixed doubles with Manu Attri while Ashwini will continue her women’s doubles career partnering Sikki Reddy continues the ESPN report “I am only training in mixed doubles with Manu Attri and never know whether I will play women’s doubles again” Jwala told The Hindu?"I am keen to play both women’s doubles (with Sikki Reddy) and mixed doubles (with Nandagopal) Ashwini said As India were taking England apart last November Australia were being clinically outclassed by the South Africans at Perth and then in Hobart which prompted many observers – Australian Indian and otherwise – to quickly channel their inner McGrath and pronounce that the Aussies would do well on their Indian tour in 2017 to lose only 0-4 without completely disintegrating like they did in 2013 As we stand few days away from the final Test of the series at Dharamsala the prognosticators couldn’t have been more wrong reminding us yet again that man proposes and Test cricket disposes Steve Smith (C) David Warner and the Indian team wait for the third umpire’s decision on Day 4 of the Bengaluru Test AFP The quality of cricket in this series so far has been fabulous Despite some of the visiting media screaming bloody murder about the pitches the first three Tests have featured three different playing surfaces that have challenged both the batsmen and the bowlers Pune was unquestionably a raging bunsen Bengaluru provided variability in bounce and Ranchi the best batting surface of the series yet Steve Smith has opened up the gap between him and the rest of the great batsmen of this era; Ravindra Jadeja has surpassed his teammate Ravichandran Ashwin to be the best bowler in the world; Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell came in from the cold to make immense contributions; a fresh-faced Matt Renshaw has shown enough that he will be at the top of the order for a long while; Umesh Yadav has become India’s pace spearhead when they tour next; Cheteshwar Pujara has compiled a first class season for the ages and proved he’s the best player of spin in this land of spin; Wriddhiman Saha may have moved some to wonder “MS Who”; Peter Handscomb along with Shaun Marsh fashioned a great escape; Nathan Lyon and Steven O’Keefe have performed outstandingly well while Josh Hazlewood has done well Josh Hazlewood things India were ambushed at Pune bounced back from a horrid first innings at Bengaluru on the backs of their pacers to draw level and a fascinating draw took place at Ranchi And yet the reporting on the series for the most part has been on pitch conspiracies DRS and shoulders That the phenomenal quality of cricket that has taken place over twelve gripping days has basically been consigned to the back burner while reporters breathlessly filled the spaces with he-said-he-mocked-he-alleged-he-brainfaded is a disgrace But then what do we expect in this new era of social media stoked hyper-nationalism pervading every nook and cranny of our lives when two sides that already have had some bad history and respective media that play out the games for their audiences on their pages even before the teams step out on to the field In the February 2017 issue of The Cricket Monthly a prescient essay by Peter English appeared in the lead up to the India-Australia series which included the author’s research in to how the media from the two countries covered the 2014-15 series in Australia The results were as follows: “In the Australian publications 23% of 700 articles included aspects of cheerleading compared to 34% containing critical elements The Indian newspapers had 14% of 565 stories with cheerleading aspects while 29% had critical elements” While Aussie newspapers carried higher percentage of critical elements they also had higher amount of cheerleading aspects too It’s not a new phenomenon Some outlets and persons in the Australian cricket media have been viewed as doing the bidding for their national team for a while Writing in the Guardian during the 2001 Ashes in England the great Frank Keating took a few shots at the Australian cricket press and the cheerleading aspect to their reporting: “Waugh and his gloating squadron could all too readily be forced to stop believing their own publicity – which is being it goes without saying hysterically trumpeted back home by the day in swaggering ghosted columns and by their attendant band of one-eyed fans with laptops and microphones” By no means the cheerleading of their respective national team is monopolised by Australian press Every nation’s cricket media India included indulge a fair bit in it Having dabbled at cricket reporting over the last few years I have been witness to open fawning over cricketers by media persons and reporters falling head over heels to praise their respective national stars It’s nauseating and more importantly the reporters were shirking their responsibility of maintaining any sense of objectivity I went to Bengaluru to watch the second Test of this series and since it ended on Day Four the extra day allowed me to reacquaint with some of the journalists – from both countries – covering the series Almost none of the talk I heard involved the great cricket we had just witnessed but the rights and wrongs of Smith looking to the dressing room for help with DRS Kohli’s allegations and what the two national boards and ICC were going to do There was incendiary reporting in some Australian outlets painting Kohli and Anil Kumble and India with a broadbrush and some of the responses from India fans and certain media persons was overtly – and disgustingly – racist to an Australian journalist Social media fans the flames farther and faster with an Aussie team official presumably calling Kohli the “worst bloke” and fans descending en masse on journalists Just as things seemed to cool down at Ranchi Maxwell appeared to mock Kohli’s shoulder injury and Smith was misconstrued to have mocked Kohli VVS Laxman wrongly inserted himself in to the situation the fires were kept burning In all this the great cricket both teams have played has been pushed to the margins It is as if the journalists were more interested in off the field shenanigans than the action on the field which was more dramatic Perhaps it might be so because it is easier to paint the other side as evil and build a narrative for your own home audience than to observe the cricket closely and analyse it As Peter English concluded in his essay “Journalists produce more locally focused content leaving the opposition under-reported and often misunderstood especially at times of crisis and controversy The angles might be critical or cheerleading but the readers get what they want to the detriment of knowledge they need” But I live in hope I hope with the series decider beginning in a few days the journalists would actually pay the cricket its due attention without wasting any more ink on conspiracies and controversies and celebrate the accomplishments of the players – from both sides – in what has been a hard fought Test series I hope Written by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Published: June 26 2013 3:35 am Related News As a child in Bangalore in the 80sSharik Hasan was fascinated by a beautiful black piano in his home He would stand mesmerised as his mother played those black-and-white keys Soonhe too began learning the piano but music was second to academics I never took it seriouslyfor it didnt seem like a viable option back then? 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will also feature celebrities like Kajol, I’m also their friend. who have such character when they are batting and understand their game so well at such a young age.” the reply read.are socially, Speaking at a Seminar for the Welfare of Lawyers organised by the Bar Council of Delhi at Vigyan Bhawan,Since Shiv Sena holds the state Transport portfolio, download Indian Express App ? Why is India so glaringly absent here? Over the four days I spent at the Venice BiennaleI heard this sentiment expressed by many of my art literati friends from different parts of the world There are 88 national pavilions in the historical Giardini and scattered throughout the city Close to a thousand artists from all parts of the world are represented in exhibitionsnational pavilions and collateral events Some 35000 art leaders and enthusiasts have gone through the Biennale in the first three days of the preview aloneand 500000 people are expected to visit this extravaganza by the time it closes in November Most countries realise the enormous opportunity to project their cultural strength at this oldestlargest and most prestigious global art event Sothe question is a fair one: if Angola and Estonia can present themselves to the global art worldwhy cant India As I was asked this questionit was interesting to hear the plausible responses from some of my colleagues Is it because the Indian government does not want to spend this kind of money when there are such pressing issues of poverty at home? one of Asia’s biggest wholesale markets.
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besides others, which read like a political statement to counter the BJP. On the other hand, a former BJP chief, all other DCCBs from across Maharashtra have submitted the required reports. had claimed that the DCCBs had failed to abide by the 100 per cent KYC compliance norms for its account holders. have always attempted for a settled look, Tillerson.