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Khankhoje ? 2015 6:02 pm Shabana,headline writers,s a little miracle to me, Ibarra said Kept insulated in the incubatorMelinda was hooked up to a machine to aid her breathing and received nutrition through a feeding tube For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJaipur: Hundreds of locals led by the Rajput community on Saturday blocked the entry to Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand district demanding a complete ban on Bollywood film Padmavati a day after a similar protest at Chittorgarh Fort against the movie File image of protests against ‘Padmavati’ by the Karni Sena Image courtesy: News18 The situation in Chittorgarh is normal as on Saturday SHO of Chittorgarh police station Omprakash said The Circle Officer of Kumbhalgarh Chandan Singh said "The protest is going on and the entry to the Kumbhalgarh fort is blocked" Elaborate security arrangements have been made he said The majestic hill fort of Kumbhalgarh is the birthplace of legendary king Maharana Pratap and an UNESCO world heritage site According to the Chittorgarh police station SHO Devendra Singh who allegedly shot in the air during the protest at Chittorgarh Fort on Friday has been booked under the Arms Act but not arrested yet Rajasthan was rocked by protests against the film on Friday with protesters blocking entry to the Chittorgarh Fort and burning effigies of the filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali The entry to the fort remained blocked till 5 pm The Karni Sena had alleged distortion of historical facts in the period drama starring Padukone Shahid Kapur and Ranveer Singh In March the Chittorgarh Fort was vandalised by a group of men who broke mirrors installed at the Padmini Palace Three mirrors installed at the Padmini Palace were damaged by four to five unidentified men Follow the Firstpost LIVE blog here New Delhi: In a letter written to Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday a Muslim body has demanded that the triple talaq or instant divorce should be made an offence under the Domestic Violence Act and should not be criminalised In its letter to Prasad the Indian Muslims for Secular Democracy (IMSD) an NGO said it supported a legislation to declare instant triple talaq an illegal act but "strongly opposes" any move by the government to criminalise the practice punishable with three years in jail plus fine Representational imageGetty images "The IMSD fully supports the need for a legislation dealing with the abolition of triple talaq It also recognises the need for penal provisions in the Act so that Muslim men realise that committing the illegality of triple talaq will henceforth have serious consequences However the IMSD is not convinced that the solution lies in a straight-forward single-step criminalisation of the instant divorce practice" the letter read "Moreover we are seriously concerned with the fact that the draft bill Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act makes triple talaq a non-bailable offence punishable with a jail term of three years and fine The IMSD is concerned with the serious implications of a single-step criminalisation of triple talaq for several reasons" it added The letter pointed out that since the socio-economic status of the majority of Muslims was low the case expenses and the subsequent jail term if convicted would leave the erring husband financially devastated "Also the woman victim of triple talaq too must find money to hire a lawyer to press for her claims of maintenance child custody etc Where will a husband in jail for three years find money to pay for the maintenance of his wife and children" it said "For these reasons the IMSD is of the view that all things considered the proposed new law may simply provide that triple talaq which is illegal will be treated as ‘domestic violence’ as defined under the secular Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 "Once the Domestic Violence Act kicks into place it immediately opens up the possibility of various reliefs provided under the Act for a victim of triple talaq These include protection against violence right to residence in the marital home maintenance medical facility compensation.,880 metre high holy cave shrine, UAE and Syria.and the conservative religious sentiment. an upcoming biopic on the life of late air hostess Neerja Bhanot. #Happy2016.

Happy new year beautiful people…lets live every moment to its fullest and have the bestestest year…. 2013 12:50 am Related News Supreme Court? Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken claimed the residents of these wards were “disappointed” by both the Congress and the BJP. and South Africa. effects on the health of growing babies — make coal terribly harmful to the people in India alive today. However, Soon, Bharat Suva,Ravinder Singh said that with PNG, turn square and deteriorated as the game progressed,Dimuth Karunaratne scored a splendid 141 in the second innings After Kusal Mendis was dismissed after his century on day three onus was on Karunaratne to keep the fight and he did exactly that The opener notched up his sixth Test century — fourth in second innings — established his reputation as one of the better batsmen in the second innings His knock was similar to the 152 runs against New Zealand in 2014 He would not have reached the three-figure had KL Rahul held on to a catch at short-leg early in the day He was five short of the hundred at that moment No other batsmen should spine on day four as Sri Lanka lost wickets in a heap in the second session of the day Sri Lanka resumed at 209 for 2 and were behind by 230 runs They scored 93 runs and lost two wickets in the second session but Karunaratne and Angelo Mathews defied the Indian spinners in the first session When play resumed Jadeja made the first break A delivery shot up from the rough at the centre of the pitch and Karunaratne having defied India and the pitch offered only a dab The ball bounced more than expected hit his gloves and ballooned up behind the keeper where Ajinkya Rahane took an easy catch Jadeja had to wait 23 overs before picking up his first wicket After Malinda Pushpakumara fell playing one of the strangest shots Dinesh Chandimal followed Jadeja got one to pitch and force him to drive Rahane took a sharp catch at slips He continued the same through the second session by dismissing Mathews who tried to cut but extra bounce forced only an edge Wriddhiman Saha grabbed that at his chest height He was again in action when Dilruwan Perera ran down the pitch and completely missed it Saha was super quick to remove the bails 2-0 #TeamIndia #SLvIND pictwittercom/10V1xaOEig — BCCI (@BCCI) 6 August 2017 Dhananjaya de Silva became his fifth wicket when he was also caught at slips The formalities were completed when Hardik Pandya took the wicket of Niroshan Dickwella and Ashwin picked up his second Nuwan Pradeep skied a ball and was caught at mid-on For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 12 2013 12:11 am Related News Delhi must move towards more responsible management of the LoC and LAC Indias contested borders with China and Pakistan are seeing more frequent military tension The UPA governments failure to effectively manage these borders has pushed India into crises of the kind that followed the recent Chinese intrusion in Ladakh and the violent incidents on the Pakistan frontier The military character of Indias borders with China and Pakistan has significantly changed in the last couple of decades Yetthe political instruments to maintain peace on these borders have not evolved While that gap is generating repeated military confrontationsthe domestic and international political costs of these crises have risen Delhithenmust find ways to prevent these incidents from occurring and better manage the political fallout when they do While both borders demand more effective managementthe problems are somewhat different on either front It is for good reason that India has separate names for the contested frontiers with Pakistan (Line of Control) and China (Line of Actual Control) The 776 km LoC with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir is demarcated and the two armies signed off on its precise alignment after the 1971 war Delhi and Beijinghoweverhave not been able to delineate the LAC They dont even agree on its length The divergent perceptions of the LAC lead to regular military friction in many parts of the disputed frontier with China Over the decadesthe LoC has become intensely militarised It is the lighting rod for unending conflictas the Pakistan army pushes militants across the LoC to destabilise Kashmir and the Indian army counters the infiltration In contrastthe Indian and Chinese armies have not fired a shot in anger across the LAC for many decades That happy situation may be coming to an end thanks to the rapid modernisation of the Chinese armed forces and Beijings greater assertiveness on territorial disputes Indias effort to restore the military balance on the border has run into Chinese opposition As the two armies draw close to the once neglected border and aggressively patrol the disputed areasthere are more intrusions across the LACfollowed by political tension During Rajiv Gandhis visit to China at the end of 1988the two sides agreed to maintain peace and tranquility on the long and disputed boundary Since thenthere have been many agreements on this theme The Ladakh intrusion has underlined the importance of moving beyond general statements on maintaining peace and tranquility to specific procedures and practices to prevent military confrontation and its escalation That is the focus of Delhis current efforts to finalise a border defence cooperation agreement with Beijing In negotiating a new military regimen with BeijingDelhi needs more active army inputs on border management strategy to redress one important imbalance In Chinait is the PLA that drives the border policy On the Indian sideit is dominated by the foreign office Unlike on the LAC with Chinathere is little political effort to manage the military dynamic on the LoC with Pakistan The UPA government ducks for cover and the opposition BJP plays to domestic galleries; together they turn even routine incidents into major political crises In the endthoughit is the responsibility of the government to lead But the ministry of defence (MoD) has little intellectual heft or administrative capacity to define and supervise policies for LoC management The PMO and the MoD havein recent yearsabandoned the civilian responsibility for policy leadership of the military domain That largely leaves the Indian army to handle the LoC dynamic as it sees fitwith no input or support from the political and bureaucratic side This is not good for the army or the nation as a whole It is now time for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to inject some coherence into the management of the LoC Three propositions present themselves Firstthe PM should publicly underline the value of the LoC ceasefire that was negotiated by the BJP government in 2003 The current passionate responses to the killings on the border should not blind us to the fact that the ceasefire has brought significant reductions in LoC violence Secondthe PM must order a comprehensive review of the current military policy on the LoCincluding the rules of engagement and standard operating procedures He should set up an apex bodywith all relevant civilian and military officials as membersto continually monitor and respond to the volatile dynamic on the LoC ThirdIndia must seek more details on Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharifs offer to jointly find ways to reduce the LoC violence If Sharifwho is also in charge of Pakistans defence ministry at the momentis seriousDelhi must propose specific steps to strengthen the implementation of the ceasefire and call for early talks between the two armies for additional confidence building measures on the LoC A decade and a half agoPrime Ministers Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif unveiled the Lahore Declaration to deal with some of the post-nuclear security challenges facing India and Pakistan Talks on military security and border management are not a reward from India for Pakistans good behaviour They are an integral part of managing a very complex relationship and reducing the risks of a war that neither side wants After the Ladakh intrusionDelhi has sensibly stepped up the conversation on LAC management with Beijing The recent violence on the LoC demands the same with Islamabad When he meets Sharif in New York next monthManmohan Singh must seek Pakistans renewed political support for the LoC ceasefire and an agreement to translate that commitment into a military reality If he does not move towards responsible management of Indias bordersthe country will be suckedsooner rather than laterinto a costly military conflict that it neither wants nor is prepared to cope with The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for The Indian Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 31 2017 1:26 pm Bangladesh are seeking to recruit former Australia leg-spinner Stuart MacGill as the country’s spin bowling coach (Source: Express Archive) Top News Bangladesh Cricket Board are seeking to rope in former Australian spinner Stuart MacGill as their spin bowling coach for their upcoming assignments against Australia and South Africa BCB President Nazmul Hasan has confirmed that MacGill is their “preferred” candidate for the job Though Nazmul suggested that there hasn’t been any deal finalised but they would be looking for short term contracts which will include the series against Australia and South Africa “Short-term contracts will help us assess the performance of the coach” Nazmul told Mark O’Neill a former Sheffield Shield cricketer has also been hired for a short-term contract O’Neill is an experienced candidate when it comes down to coaching as he has had stints with New South Wales New Zealand and Middlesex earlier “He is good and during his short stint we expect him to work with the lower-order of our batting which has not been doing well” Nazmul said Bangladesh have also signed up a long term deal with West Indies great Courtney Walsh which will extend till World Cup 2019 Walsh during an interaction with Cricbuzz talked about youngster Mustafizur Rahman and suggested that he was responding well in the nets “It is too early to say anything apart from the fact that he is responding very well in the training sessions” Walsh told “We are trying to make him bowl (from) close to the wicket but that is not the only thing as we are trying some other stuff as well” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 1 2017 12:58 pm IAAF president Sebastian Coe said the world body’s system of clearing individual Russian athletes to compete was working (Source: Reuters) Top News Russia’s athletics federation still has a long road to navigate if it is to overturn its ban after the head of the IAAF’s Task Force reported on Monday that several criteria for reinstatement remained unmet Nineteen Russians will compete as neutrals at the World Athletics Championships which begin in London on Friday but the rest just as they did for last year’s Rio Olympics will be watching from home as their federation remains suspended “Our impression is that they really want to meet all the criteria they have shown huge progress since November 2015 but there are still issues to resolved” Rune Andersen the Task Force head told reporters following his presentation to the IAAF Council “The main issue is that no meaningful (drugs) testing is being conducted They have started but where they used to do 19000 a year it’s now just a few thousand and RUSADA (Russia’s anti-doping agency) remains not code-compliant” Andersen said he had noticed an encouraging change in culture “starting with the athletes” but added that there was still an issue with banned coaches continuing to operate freely particularly in race walking a discipline where Russia has had a terrible doping record in recent years There was also still an issue with a lack of acceptance of the McLaren report which exposed the country’s state-sponsored doping and led to the ban The earliest possible return for Russia was November but in the light of the Task Force’s concerns that looks extremely unlikely IAAF president Sebastian Coe said the world body’s system of clearing individual Russian athletes to compete was working “We find the clean athletes and separate them from the tainted system” he said “Ultimately we can then be sure that they are not putting at risk the efforts those clean athletes have devoted maybe half their lives to” Coe said that the biggest problem his sport currently faced was not doping but engagement particularly with the younger generation He announced the foundation of a Youth Council which he said would help the IAAF to better understand what youngsters thought about and wanted from athletics Coe acknowledged that the World Championships was one of the key shop windows for the sport and with London having sold more tickets than for any previous edition was confident it could take full advantage “It’s our chance to shine” he said “We want big indelible moments that people will remember and that will attract young people who will want to take up our sport” His biggest draw Usain Bolt will be appearing for the last time in London and Coe recognised that filling that void would be an enormous and probably impossible challenge “Usain Bolt is a genius; other than Muhammad Ali I can’t think of anybody who has had such an impact on his sport inside or outside” Coe said of the Jamaican “He’s the greatest sprinter of all time but what we are going to miss more is the personality We want athletes with personalities it’s nice to have someone who has a view and fills a room and fills a stadium “There’s a pressure on us now to figure out how we get smarter at building the profiles of great athletes out there “Our biggest challenge is remaining relevant to young people and that’s what we’ve spent most of the day talking about” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: July 4 2014 12:36 am As an increasingly powerful China seeks to reorder Asia Delhi must firmly locate China’s Panchsheel campaign in a clinical assessment of Asia’s rapidly evolving geopolitics and its consequences for Indian security Related News Last week’s celebrations in Beijing marking the 60th anniversary of the Panchsheel proclamations from Delhi’s perspective might have looked like a ritual that had to be performed For China though the occasion was about mobilising regional political support including from India for a new security framework that President Xi Jinping has been promoting with some vigour As it rises to become a great power China is determined to reconstitute Asian geopolitics which had been dominated by the United States since the end of World War II Central to Xi’s argument is the proposition that the US security role in Asia is a manifestation of outmoded Cold War thinking He is suggesting that American alliances must be replaced by a new regional security order] Xi has affirmed that “in the final analysis it is for the people of Asia to run the affairs of Asia solve the problems of Asia and uphold the security of Asia The people of Asia have the capability and wisdom to achieve peace and stability in the region through enhanced cooperation” Heady stuff indeed This kind of rhetoric has not been heard in Asia for decades The Panchsheel is at the very heart of Xi’s conception of a new security order for Asia The five principles were outlined by Zhou Enlai in separate joint statements with Jawaharlal Nehru and Burma’s U Nu in 1954 These principles — respect for territorial integrity and national sovereignty non-aggression non-interference in internal affairs cooperation for mutual benefit and peaceful coexistence — were later expanded at the Afro-Asian Conference in Bandung Indonesia in 1955 The first summit of the non-aligned nations in Belgrade Yugoslavia in 1961 endorsed these principles Last week in Beijing Xi argued that “it is no coincidence that the five principles of peaceful coexistence were born in Asia because they embody the Asian tradition of loving peace” Xi went on to add that thanks to the contributions made by China India and Myanmar “these principles are accepted in other parts of Asia and the world” For some Xi’s attempt to recalibrate Panchsheel for its contemporary foreign policy needs might seem empty rhetoric at worst or political romanticism at best A more careful look however would suggest China is dead serious The idea of “Asia for Asians” is of old provenance and has a record of repeated failures Way back in 1940 imperial Japan called for a “bloc of Asian nations led by the Japanese and free of Western Powers” If Tokyo’s call found some political resonance among those Asians yoked to the European empires Japan’s own colonial ambitions exposed the limitations of the slogan “Asia for Asians” In fact nationalist China British India and the US pooled their resources to defeat Japanese imperialism In the immediate post-war period the idea of “Asia for Asians” gathered much momentum after Nehru convened the Asian Relations Conference in early 1947 Yet the impact of the Cold War and new nationalisms in Asia undermined the hopes for Asian unity As it normalised relations with the US in the 1970s Beijing toned down its campaign against the American military presence in Asia It believed American alliances in Asia would counter “Soviet hegemonism” and prevent the revival of “Japanese militarism” China now appears confident that an America in decline has opened the door for the construction of a new security order in Asia Xi’s vigorous pursuit of “Asia for Asians” however has run into some political resistance China’s expanding military clout and its assertiveness in territorial disputes are driving some of its neighbours into a tighter embrace with the US Although Xi has repeatedly sought to give reassurance that China’s rise is peaceful and Beijing will never exercise hegemony few Asians are willing to take it at face value In a controversial move this week Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided to re-interpret Japan’s peace constitution After being a passive partner in the military alliance with the US all these decades Tokyo is seeking a more active military role in shaping its security environment Communist Vietnam which fought a bitter war against the US in the 1960s and 1970s has rapidly expanded its security cooperation with Washington The Philippines which threw American military forces out of the country in the early 1990s is restoring the American presence and deepening defence ties with Japan If Beijing is trying to undermine American alliances in Asia its neighbours are trying to strengthen them How does India respond to this unfolding contestation in Asia On the face of it a non-aligned India should oppose all alliances and support collective security proposals seemingly in tune with Delhi’s “idealist” tradition Yet India’s foreign policy record speaks otherwise After its conflict with China in 1962 India turned first to the US and then the Soviet Union to balance Beijing Despite its embrace of Moscow Delhi rejected the proposals for collective security that emanated from Russia’s Leonid Brezhnev (1969) and Mikhail Gorbachev (1986) Put simply non-aligned India was not averse to playing balance of power politics when compelled by external circumstances As an increasingly powerful China seeks to reorder Asia Delhi must firmly locate China’s Panchsheel campaign in a clinical assessment of Asia’s rapidly evolving geopolitics and its consequences for Indian security China is doing what rising powers including the US have done before — frame one’s national interests in universal terms push other major powers out of one’s immediate vicinity and replace the old regional order with a new one Beijing is undoubtedly following a well-trodden path in international politics But Delhi appears a long way from developing an appropriate strategy to cope with Asia’s new power play The writer a distinguishedfellow at the ObserverResearch Foundation Delhi?

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