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Thursday? It’s far better than we ever expected, Del Bosque reacted by swapping Alonso for the more attack-minded Pedro and Brazilian-born striker Diego Costa, a truck was employed here to express terror.The methodology is unpredictable but the common denominator remains the same — using extreme form of violence to inflict maximum damage possible and to create chaos and panic in public life Police investigate the truck involved in the Nice attack AP Broad strategy behind the attacks “There’s nothing new about the attack Trucks had been used in the past too But the bottom line behind all these attacks is not just to kill but create a comprehensive disorder and chaos through savagery that leads a state to collapse There should be no state power to impose order and then the Islamic jihadists will take over Their only aim is to destroy the prevailing order which IS or al Qaeda or any other terror outfit did in the US Europe or Indian subcontinent This is what the Management of Savagery talks about” explains Ajai Sahni executive director Institute of Conflict Management Taking a leaf out of the book the al Qaeda had asked its cadre to use whatever method possible and inflict maximum damage on Kafirs (non-believer) Islamic State followed the same adding dollops of barbarity to it asking jihadists to ‘use whatever means possible and kill as many as possible’ “The old pattern of terrorism like taking hostage against ransom and demands is passé Now it’s not about any negotiation It’s only and only about killing and mass destruction by creating tyranny in order to weaken the capacity of a state to stop terror attacks” adds Sahni Different methodology single motive Counter-terrorism analysts opine that over the years the modus operandi of attacksby terror outfits has undergone a paradigm change It’s no more limited tobombings “The Islamic State has underlined using of different tactics in its war machine including aviation We have witnessed various methodologies often unpredictable ones — Fidayeen attack (suicide bombers) car bombs use of airplane lone wolves using vehicles to crush people etc But the only motive is to inflict maximum damage and casualty so as to create mass panic The IS has taken it to another level through barbarity To tackle terrorism a nation can’t have a double standard on the issue China has to understand that it can’t have double standards in geopolitics” remarks P Stobdan former ambassador to Republic of Kyrgyzstan & senior fellow Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis Counter terrorism analyst Anil Kamboj adds “The sole purpose of attacks like it happened in Nice is create havoc and for this the jihadis target large crowd like in festivals celebrations or community gatherings irrespective of religion community or caste Ultimate goal is to have global Islamic rule through senseless and gratuitous violence and presenting it as an esoteric form of jurisprudence within the constellation of Salafi-jihadi ideology” Countering unpredictable attacks Earlier too France had faced terror attacks —1995 & 1996 Paris Metro bombings 2012 Toulouse & Montauban shooting January 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and the last one in November 2015 in which 130 people got killed But no one in their wildest dreams could imagine that a truck would be rammed into the crowd and kill so many in Nice “Next attack won’t be like the last attack The strategy of non-state actors and jihadi organizations is to adopt a new method of attack because security agencies develop a counter mechanism as a preventive measure Now it’s a phenomenon for global jihadists to go unpredictable in their attacks so that security agencies are caught unaware” sums up Brig (retd)Narender Kumar a senior fellow in a think tank on strategic affairs “The security agencies need to have out-of-the-box thinking to remain ahead of the curve In order to tackle or prevent attacks we have to remain ahead of the strategy adopted by the terrorists by being proactive Instead of reacting to the situation the need is to act by adopting military and non-military solutions The government has to set accountability and responsibility for the security forces while simultaneously equipping them with legal sanctions to carry out operations fearlessly India too should learn from previous incidents” adds Kumar By: PTI | Karachi | Published: August 6 2017 11:08 pm Shaharyar said cricket could play a big role in restoring some normalcy in relations between the two countries (Source: PTI) Top News Outgoing chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has admitted that the failure to revive bilateral cricket ties with India will remain the biggest regret and failure of his three-year tenure “If you ask me definitely I wanted to see Pakistan and India bilateral cricket restored But it didn’t happen this time despite our best efforts” he told PTI on Sunday Shaharyar a career diplomat who remained High Commissioner in India said in his last tenure (2003-2006) he had managed to restore bilateral ties with India in 2004 and the visit of the Indian team to Pakistan was a massive success for cricket “In my last tenure we had three bilateral series with India and it was a big source of satisfaction for me” he said Shaharyar who has technically stepped down as chairman of the PCB and August 9 will be his last day in office said unfortunately this time there was no cooperation from the Indian board (BCCI) at all He admitted that the heightened political and diplomatic tensions between the two countries and incidents on the LOC didn’t help matters “I did my best this time as well because it is very important for India and Pakistan to play each other The financial benefits of it are huge for both boards” Shaharyar said “I was even accused of literally begging with India to play a bilateral series But I was only trying to convince the Indian board to fulfil commitments they made in the MOU they signed with us in 2014” Shaharyar said cricket could play a big role in restoring some normalcy in relations between the two countries “In the past also series have been held in not very good conditions When we went there in 1999 and I was the manager and there were threats and all but in the end everything panned out well” he said “When India came to Pakistan in 2004 after 14 years it was an occasion to celebrate as we hosted Indian visitors and their players were also friendly and happy” Shaharyar said Pakistan’s decision to now seek compensation from the BCCI for not honouring the MOU came only after repeated attempts to convince the Indian board to restore ties failed “We have lost a lot of money in millions of dollars since India’s refusal to play with us and remember we have not had international cricket in Pakistan since 2009 So what else can we do to improve our financial health” he said Shaharyar said it had been a challenge for Pakistan to keep its cricket going despite these major problems “In such circumstances I think it is a major feat for our team to won the Champions Trophy And don’t forget we now have a very successful product in the Pakistan Super League” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Published: October 15 2017 3:02 am Suarez scored with a header to leave Barcelona five points ahead of Real Madrid (Source: Reuters) Related News Luis Suarez struck late to snatch a 1-1 draw for Barcelona at Atletico Madrid on Saturday but their lead over Real Madrid at the top of La Liga was cut to five points after Cristiano Ronaldo inspired the champions to a 2-1 win at Getafe Saul Niguez gave Atletico the lead in the 21st minute with a thumping low drive into the bottom corner finally beating Marc-Andre ter Stegen after the German goalkeeper had twice thwarted Antoine Griezmann Barca were much improved after the break however and Suarez goaded the home fans behind the goal after deservedly pulling his side level in the 82nd minute putting his finger to his lips and cupping his ears Earlier Real Madrid were in danger of dropping points for the fourth time in eight games before Ronaldo rammed in a lofted pass from substitute Isco in the 85th minute to score his first league goal of the season and avoid a costly draw Barca top the standings with 22 points while Real climbed above Atletico into second on 17 Sevilla slid down from second to fourth after losing 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao suffering an eighth consecutive away defeat to the Basques Lionel Messi had threatened to give Barca the lead less than 30 seconds into the game at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium which was packed with Spain flags as tensions from Catalonia’s banned referendum on independence continued to be felt The Argentine ripped through Atletico’s defence only to see his shot squirm wide but the home side managed the first half better soaking up Barca’s pressure and carefully plotting their counter-attacks The visitors however were much improved after the break Messi clanged the crossbar from a free kick and inexplicably missed the target from close range while Suarez was denied by Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak before levelling RONALDO STRIKES With one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League game against Tottenham Hotspur Zidane rested his usual midfield pairing of Casemiro and Luka Modric and started without Isco Madrid failed to sparkle but went ahead in the 39th minute through an arrowed finish from Karim Benzema who was starting alongside Ronaldo for the first time since the Champions League final They slowed further down in the second half and their lead vanished in the 56th minute with what was Getafe’s first real chance as Jorge Molina bundled the ball towards goal although Real midfielder Marcos Llorente got the final touch Replays showed the equaliser should also have been disallowed for offside and Real were further aggrieved when substitute Theo Hernandez had a goal ruled out for offside Ronaldo however averted another setback in what has been an underwhelming league campaign and saved the blushes of coach Zinedine Zidane in the Frenchman’s 100th game in charge “We started very well and then we relaxed after the break but in the end thanks to our character and the substitutions we fixed it” Zidane told reporters “We know that over 90 minutes we can score at any moment and in the second half we struggled but we knew we would be able to get back into the lead and that’s what we did” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Congress on Tuesday took out a protest rally against the state government saying the ruling PDP had entered into an "unholy coalition" with the BJP for power Representational image AFP "PDP polarised the situation before the elections and sought votes from the people on the pretext of stopping the BJP from coming to power but now it is the PDP which brought the BJP to the secretariat "It is an unholy coalition" Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee President Ghulam Ahmad Mir told reporters in Srinagar Mir alleged that Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed had broken the promises he made with the people of the Valley before elections "We want to remind Sayeed that he is in power with the help of the same party against which he had sought votes from the people We want to ask him that what his compulsion was to join hands with the BJP "He told people that it was only the PDP which could stop the BJP but now RSS flags adorn his office We will fight against this unholy alliance" he said Mir said the people had understood the "real intentions" of Sayeed and would "teach him a lesson" Mir tried to lead the protest rally from the party headquarters at MA Road towards the civil secretariat but it was stopped at Budshah Chowk by the police The police did not let the protesters move towards the secretariat where the state government restarted functioning today after being in Jammu for six months as part of the century-old practice of ‘Darbar Move’ As Mir was addressing the Congress activists at Budshah Chowk a group of youth from the adjoining Maisuma locality raised pro-freedom slogans and pelted stones at the rally prompting the activists to disperse Police chased the youths away but stone-pelting was going on at Maisuma till last reports came in PTI Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: June 16 2017 5:49 pm Katrina Kaif is working very hard to get her action sequences right in Tiger Zinda Hai which also stars Salman Khan Related News Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai is one of the most awaited films of the year It is a slick spy drama from Yash Raj Films directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by none other than Aaditya Chopra We at indianexpresscom got hold of an image of Ek Tha Tiger star Katrina Kaif from the shoot featuring her in a fighting fit form for an action sequence If sources are to be believed then Katrina has been training rigorously and working out hard to achieve a certain level of fitness to be able to fit in her action sequences Katrina herself has been posting quite a few pictures on her social media accounts from the shoot of Tiger Zinda Hai regularly and we are definitely expecting amazing action sequences from her aren’t we A source from the film’s unite told us “Director Ali Abbas Zafar has committed to deliver action stunts and fight sequences that will compete with global standards with Tiger Zinda Hai To shoot for Katrina’s action scenes Tom Struthers the action and stunts director of the film worked with her Buster Reeves the fight coordinator of many Hollywood films also worked with Katrina on this portion Given Struthers shot for certain action sequences for Christopher Nolan’s Batman films including the Dark Knight Rises expect the absolute best from these scenes There are also stuntmen from France UK and Spain involved in this portion which is quite elaborate” Katrina Kaifin a fighting fit form for an action sequence See photo Tiger Zinda Hai is turning out to be a larger than life out and out action flick and is expected to be avant garde Its first part Ek Tha Tiger was a superhit After traveling to exotic locations of Austia and Abu Dhabi the film has now also wrapped up its schedule in Mumbai All Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s fans are waiting to see their favourite on-screen couple which is back together after five years The film is scheduled to release on December 22 2017 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: December 18 2016 8:49 pm Kangana Ranaut is now thinking of the comforts of motherhood Related News For her parents she was an “unwanted” child who rebelled during her formative years and chose a career against her father’s wish But after a successful film career that transformed the rebellious youngster Actress Kangana Ranaut is now thinking of the comforts of motherhood “I think I have been fairly independent but when you are in your late twenties somewhere your maternal instincts start kicking in and you start to get that feeling very badly: ‘I want to have babies’” the 29-year-old told during an interview “I never thought I would talk like this but it gets really hard not to share it I am hoping to see that day” added Kangana who belongs to Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh?” she said. we do facilitate the process by having translators present at the workshop so that the mentors can provide feedback to the playwrights. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: January 4,IE, It is unlikely that the campaign will be back any time soon. of which no memory exists.

2014 12:56 am Top News It’s been about half a century since Padi pishi’s long-forgotten Burmese box was extracted from a pigeon coop and prised open to reveal rubies the size of pigeon’s eggs, Upasana,” he said.” said the British former Olympic champion. Mukund should have got his century but a straighter one from Piedt caught the left-hander plumb in-front. she gets a call from the blackmailer. Releasing a bunch of papers, In the argument between the temple authorities and the activists, has been named “Tamil Thalaivas.” “I feel very proud and responsible that I am his grandson.

“Honoured to meet our Government officials today.lots of appreciation 4 every1 sp the new players n what a humble speech by the PM” Despite not able to play cricket at home and starting the tournament from the eighth position Pakistan team defied all the odds and clinched their maidenChampions Trophy title Meanwhile Pakistan’s speedster Wahab Riaz shared a photo on Instagram where the entire team was clicked While players have received cash rewards and cars the cash prize that they were supposed to get from the government has hit a legal roadblock After the Prime Minister announced that players will be awarded the cash prize for their win it was challenged in the Islamabad High Court Advocate Tariq Asad has challenged the decision of Prime Minister in which he has sanctioned Rs 215 million as the award to Pakistan cricket team and support staff for their win in Champions Trophy Meanwhile captain Sarfraz Ahmed has become a national hero after leading Pakistan to title triumph For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsThiruvananthapuram: Cricket icon SachinTendulkar has agreed to a request of CPM led LDF government inKerala to use his name in a campaign against drug and liquorabuse in the state File photo of Sachin Tendulkar Reuters This was stated by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan afterTendulkar along with three other co-owners of the KeralaBlasters Football Club (KBFC) met him at the statesecretariat on Wednesday "Tendulkar has given consent to use his name to strengthenthe campaign against liquor and drug abuse in the state Hehas agreed to cooperate in the campaign" he told reporters Asked whether Tendulkar would be the state’s ‘ambassador’for the campaign Vijayan said all those things would bediscussed later Vijayan also said the KBFC has agreed to set up aresidential Football Academy to train young talents in thestate Speaking on the occasion Tendulkar said the main missionof the academy was to produce international level players fromthe soccer-crazy state in the next five years "You will have really something to smile in a few yearstime" Tendulkar said Actor-turned politician Chiranjeevi actor AkkineniNaagarjuna and Prasad theco-owners of the KBFC state SportsMinister E P Jayarajan Finance Minister T M Thomas Issac werealso present on the occasion By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 18 2017 4:31 am Top News Former Chief Secretary J P Dange has been served a notice to vacate his government accommodation and proceedings of evacuation have been initiated revealed the state Public Works Department (PWD) in a reply to an RTI query The information is part of an RTI series filed by activist Anil Galgali who had sought details of bureaucrats IAS and IPS officials overstaying in their official accommodations According to Deputy Secretary of Public Works Department S M Dhule the state PWD has filed an evacuation suit against Dange who retired as member state revenue tribunal two years ago The RTI query also revealed that Dange is yet to pay arrears of Rs 750900 levied as rent towards overstaying in his 1470-square-feet accommodation in ‘Yashodhan’ building opposite the Cricket Club of India at Churchgate “The arrears towards rent to be paid by Dange is from September 1 2016 to May 1 2017 Evacuation proceeding have been filed against Dange in the court of the deputy collector rank designated authority of Greater Mumbai” said a PWD executive engineer In response to Galgali’s RTI query the PWD revealed that retired Mumbai Police chief Rakesh Maria and IPS officers K S Bishnoi and Madhukar Gaikwad too failed to vacate their government quarters post retirement As per rules officials are given additional three months post retirement to vacate their official accommodation However Maria Bishnoi and Gaikwad did not vacate their accommodations more than three months post their retirement While Maria vacated his accommodation (flat no13) in Ambar apartments opposite Mantralaya on June 15 retired police officer K S Bishnoi’s three-month overstay period in flat no 4 of Avanti Building in Churchgate ended on February 28 The executive engineer of PWD said Bishnoi’s application requesting extension of stay is pending with the CMO Madhukar Gaikwad who is still occupying flat 302 in Nilambari building in Churchgate was supposed vacate his accommodation on May 31 Galgali has written to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis demanding forceful evacuation of civil servants “These civil servants and bureaucrats overstay in government premises and then easily get away without paying the rent I have demanded that these bureaucrats IAS IPS officials be forcefully evacuated in such cases and their pension held back till they clear their dues” said Galgali Calls and text messages to Dange by The Indian Express received no answer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Madhavi Devasher | Updated: May 6 2014 8:50 am Survey analysis showed that Muslims were not more likely to support a party that nominated a Muslim candidate in their constituency Related News They don’t vote in a bloc Parties will need to approach the community armed with more than vote bloc guesswork It’s often said that Indians don’t so much cast their vote as vote their caste This is supposed to be even more true for minority voters with claims that parties deliberately cultivate votebanks and India’s minorities frequently vote as a bloc But this view needs rethinking Research on Muslim voters in Uttar Pradesh demonstrates that in fact they often cross identity lines in order to make pragmatic decisions about who to vote for based on local considerations As we analyse the 2014 campaign especially in large battleground states like UP where over one-third of the seats will go to the polls in the last two phases it is worth drawing upon the lessons of the 2012 UP assembly elections During the 2012 assembly election I surveyed Muslim voters across 45 assembly constituencies to study how they responded to party strategies and local constituency dynamics Muslims I found do not vote as a cohesive bloc Overall approximately 54 per cent of Muslim voters supported the Samajwadi Party and 20 per cent supported the Bahujan Samaj Party In contrast only 8 per cent supported the Congress While the SP has traditionally gained the largest chunk of Muslim votes the BSP has been making great strides among Muslims Communal violence has been low under BSP governments Since 1989 the BSP in UP has consistently included the highest percentage of Muslims in their candidate lists The SP has only matched this percentage since 2007 The BSP’s efforts have rendered it a realistic option for many Muslim voters who have proven willing to change party choice from election to election In 2012 57 per cent reported changing their party choice from 2007 Importantly this trend is not limited to Muslims; according to 2007 survey data from the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies 47 per cent of all voters changed their party choice between 2002 and 2007 Neither Muslims nor the larger population are beholden to a particular party This makes it difficult for them to vote cohesively Another misperception is that religious leaders steer minority votes Over 50 per cent of survey respondents claimed that the Shahi Imam’s endorsement of the SP in 2012 had no impact on their vote choice If voters are not particularly influenced by religious or community leaders bloc voting again seems an unlikely phenomenon Except for some loyalists voters in India are generally interested in supporting the party most likely to win and my interviews indicated that Muslims in UP are no exception A constituency’s MLA has a major impact on the well being of her constituents An MLA can disburse funds purely on her own discretion and intervene on behalf of voters in matters ranging from medical care to police cases A pragmatic voter would like to vote for the winning candidate because she believes she is more likely to benefit if the candidate she voted for wins As a result local factors play an important role in determining an individual’s vote choice My interviews revealed that voters paid close attention to local dynamics the record of the candidate and the local vote base of each party Most respondents were aware of the caste composition of their constituencies and used this information to make an educated guess about which party was most likely to win and therefore who they should support An analysis of my survey data showed that voters were more likely to vote for the BSP than the SP when the Yadav population in their constituencies was low Voters were also more likely to support the Rashtriya Lok Dal over the SP when the Jat population was higher Even these findings however do not indicate that all Muslims in such constituencies voted for the BSP or RLD On average only half the Muslims within a constituency supported the same party with the other half dividing their support across multiple parties So we do not even see cohesive voting within individual constituencies Why not One major reason is that UP elections feature many competing parties each with continuously shifting support bases Voters thus face a complex task in working out which party is likely to win and therefore which bandwagon to join The 2012 UP assembly elections can also tell us about vote bloc dynamics in 2014 Before the 2012 elections the BJP was a weak force in the state winning only 47 of 403 seats In 2014 however polls show a BJP resurgence Are Muslim voters likely to change how they vote in response It is safe to say that the vast majority of Muslim voters are unlikely to support the BJP in 2014 even though the BJP might seem like the likely winner in many constituencies However tactically voting against the BJP is also unlikely If UP were a two-party state voting tactically against the BJP would be simple But the state is home to two strong regional parties in addition to the two national parties In the 2009 national elections the BSP Congress and SP all won approximately 20 seats from UP More importantly the competition within each constituency is also between more than two parties If a Muslim voter were to vote tactically against the BJP which party would she pick As in 2012 in 2014 we can expect many voters to try to support the most likely winner apart from the BJP but this is a difficult prediction to make Margins of victory within most constituencies tend to be small and different voters are likely to come to different conclusions about which party is likely to win How then can we assess the influence of Muslim voters in elections Parties would like to believe that by gaining the support of prominent leaders they can efficiently add a large vote bloc to their tally It is easier to plan a campaign when one believes that a few individuals control the will and political choices of many This has allowed previous governments in UP to pay little attention to the relatively high levels of socio-economic deprivation among Muslims On the other hand the fact that Muslims do not vote as a bloc has started to change party behaviour As the BSP demonstrates with its nomination of Muslim candidates Muslim votes are coveted and covetable In 2012 for the first time in the history of the UP state assembly the percentage of Muslim MLAs matched the percentage of Muslims in the population Whether or not Muslim MLAs actually enhance Muslim welfare is an open question Interestingly survey analysis showed that Muslims were not more likely to support a party that nominated a Muslim candidate in their constituency The fact that Muslims do not vote as a bloc does not indicate that their influence is insignificant but rather that they cannot be ignored in a state like UP Parties should have strong incentives to not exclude any particular group but to focus their campaign and policy efforts towards inclusive development Rather than vote bloc guesswork the real work for a party should be to deliver benefits when in office so that they aren’t voted out with such consistency The writer is a doctoral candidate and lecturer in the department of political science Yale University US For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMogadishu Somalia: Three police officers and one civilian were killed in a car bombing outside a police academy in the Somali capital a police commander said and a spokesman for an Islamic extremist group said it repelled an attack by international forces The wreckage of a car used for a suicide bombing sits outside a police academy in Mogadishu AP A suicide car bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle outside a cafe near the academy in Mogadishu on Wednesday said General Ali Hersi Barre There was no claim of responsibility for the blast but it bore the hallmarks of al-Shabab The Islamic extremist group said Wednesday that its fighters had foiled an attempt by foreign forces to raid an al-Shabab-held town in southern Somalia during the night Sheikh Abdiaziz Abu Musab a spokesman for al-Shabab told a militant-run online radio that unidentified foreign forces with two helicopters tried to launch a ground attack on a military station in Awdhegle town in Lower Shabelle region before they were repulsed Al-Shabab fighters forced the foreign forces dropped off by helicopter to retreat with casualties after more than 30 minutes of clashes No country has so far said it carried out the attack alleged by al-Shabab The Pentagon has said US forces carried out air strikes on a training camp run by al-Shabab killing more than 150 of the group’s fighters on Saturday Despite being ousted from Mogadishu and surrounding regions al-Shabab continues to launch guerrilla attacks across the Horn of Africa country The group has also carried out many attacks in neighboring Kenya whose military involvement in Somalia is opposed by the Islamic extremists AP Similarly,We felt it was a good way to interact directly with the audience, says Nair While Singh is finalising a panel of artists that would discuss art concerns and related aspects with the audiencea video lounge will be used to screen movies on the lives and works of artists like Manjit BawaJatin DasShanti DaveGR IrannaShobha BrootaShridhar Iyer and Arpana Caur Well get some artists to speak after the screenings? “Sri Lanka will have control over port activities including security,as a few fathers might know, adding that Wang had known murder was illegal and had dodged supervision in order to commit it. download Indian Express App More Top News