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09:00 PM August 02,Hyderabad Gujarat Fortunegiants vs Haryana Steelers 08:00 PM Telugu Titans vs Bengal Warriors 09:00 PM August 03? 2003,and was allegedly involved in many attacks against civiliansand security forces including an attack on an STF camp inIndia in 2003 He was sent to India by his handler for a specificmission according to an SSB spokesperson had said The paramilitary based on initial interrogation of theterrorist said he and his accomplice Mohd Shafi landed inKathmandu on 10 May from Faisalabad in Pakistan via Sharjah The SSB said Naseer reached the India-Nepal border in abus with an intention to sneak into Indian territory and carryout terror activities in India "He was in touch with a handler from India who used todeposit money in his account off and on On hisinstructions he came to India for undertaking terroristactivities but was apprehended by the SSB" the SSB said Published: June 11 2016 12:22 am The popularity is an offshoot of the following European football has gathered in the country Related News Until perhaps the stroke of this century the Euro faithfully televised by Doordarshan back then wasn’t as watched a fixture as the World Cup The reason: apart from a small number the players were perfect strangers to their potential audience Football was something they watched once in four years during the World Cup The advent of European football into the Indian drawing rooms has changed it all Now the quadrennial event is as eagerly watched as the World Cup generating TRPs not inferior to high-profile cricket showdowns The popularity is an offshoot of the following European football has gathered in the country The likes of English Premier League Spanish League and Champions League have captured the imagination of the average Indian Fans follow their favourite players or support teams that have a fair sprinkling of their club stalwarts For instance it’s easy for a Barcelona player to support Spain for the latter has three-four players of the Catalan club and until recently played the same brand of butterfly football as them But Real Madrid faithfuls will be supporting Portugal because they are spearheaded by Cristiano Ronaldo Like a generation of Real Madrid fans supported France more than Spain for Zinedine Zidane Or maybe Wales this time due to Gareth Bale Another reason the Euro has become popular is the quality of the product Here’s the best of European football — a synthesis of different styles tactics and perspectives Youth is the theme of this edition Last edition’s finalists Spain and Italy after disastrous World Cups have resurrected their sides England for once have more hope than hype Then there is the romance of the relative unknowns like Albania Northern Ireland and Iceland It’s worth waking up groggy every day for the next one month For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 16 2015 12:00 am Related News It’s a no-brainer that an economy growing by an average of 98 per cent a year since 1980 has to slow down No less plausible is a scenario of its growth rates falling below those of an economy that has been expanding annually by an average of 62 per cent during this period and by over 7 per cent since 2000 Both the IMF and World Bank think this is a real possibility this year: 2015 could well see India’s growth rate at 75 per cent finally surpass China’s 68-71 per cent projected range This gap could widen in the next five years as China’s growth settles to 6-65 per cent and India’s rises closer to 8 per cent These plain growth forecasts would however yield greater meaning if viewed in the backdrop of how the two Asian giants were placed at different points in time Even in 1990 India’s GDP of $327 billion wasn’t really far behind China’s $404 billion; its annual per capita GDP at $385 was actually more than the $354 of the latter But in 2014 China was a $104 trillion economy five times India’s slightly over $2 trillion GDP In per capita GDP terms too China had left India far behind at $7589 and $1627 respectively It only shows what sustained growth over a period can do China’s growth engine was primarily driven by exports and investments A strong yuan and rising labour costs amid an overall global trade slowdown have fundamentally undermined an export-led growth strategy Nor can China rely any longer on building new expressways airports high-speed rail networks aluminium smelters or steel mills If anything it is today faced with a crisis of over-investment and a rebalancing of the economy towards domestic consumption is the only feasible growth-stimulating option before the country’s planners It is quite the opposite for India which is short of everything from power railways and roads to irrigation canals schools and hospitals Investments in creation of physical and social infrastructure can be a huge source of growth — both through raising productivity levels in the economy and stimulating demand for steel cement or various construction-related services — for the next 20 years or more The challenge is in mobilising the resources for these investments Some of this will have to come from the government itself through a redirection of its expenditures from current consumption to investment Even with regard to attracting private investment — especially from global insurance companies or pension and sovereign wealth funds — the government’s policymaking and facilitating role holds the key For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: August 15 2012 12:52 am Related News MohandasSubhasJawaharlalBhimrao chat about India at 65 The scene is heaven Indias founding fathers are bored out of their minds by immortality and are longing for the tumult of India They are all lazing aroundall on first-name basis: Mohandas Karamchand GandhiSubhas Chandra BoseBhimrao AmbedkarRabindranath TagoreSardar Vallabhbhai PatelShyama Prasad MukherjeeC RajagopalachariRam Manohar LohiaEMS NamboodiripadHansa MehtaMadan Mohan MalviyaChittaranjan DasZakir HusainJayaprakash Narayan SuddenlyNarada shows up to needle them Narada: Sodudeshow does it feel India turns sixty-five Not badeh Subhas (with sarcasm): Ask Mohan He is the Father of the Nation Mohandas: Turns out I am not The government never issued a notification In any caseBhimrao is the new god down thereask him Bhimrao: No thanks to you lot Ask Jawahar (Turns to Jawaharlal) Hows your tryst with destiny Has India awoken to life and freedom Jawaharlal: It has certainly awoken to lifethe freedom thing is more complicated Rajagopalachari (rudely interrupting): Trust Jawaharlal to make freedom complicated For himfreedom was freedom for the Congress to rulenot freedom for ordinary people to carry out a trade Shyama Prasad: And dont forget the First Amendment Namboodiripad: And his conduct on Kerala Mohandas (visibly upset at this assault on Jawaharlal): You are being too unkind Dont blame him for Indias faults Its not my type of democracybut at least he got us one Not sure any of you lot would have held India together Bhimrao: And Jawaharlal built a constitutional and parliamentary tradition What did you give usMohan Fasting and blackmail (Turns to Shyama Prasad) And your lot would have condemned us to obscurantism Narada (interrupting): Did you see thisa yogi by the name of Ramdev has been arrested by a Congress government and put in Ambedkar stadium (Breaks into a song) Yeh duniya utpatangakitte hath tekitte taanga What a cool circus Delhi is No wonder you are all bored and grumpy here Ambedkar: I repeat myself I warned you about the Grammar of Anarchy Jayaprakash: And I warned you about shameless governments Jawaharlal: In hindsightwe all made mistakes But we did take decisions And you have to saythere was nothing petty even about our faults This lot down thereeven their virtues are petty But this corruption thing is badhuh Mohandas: Acquisitiveness is at the root of it Rajagopalachari: There you go againexonerating your dear disciples The Congresss licence permit is at the root of it Jayaprakash: Total revolution is what we needI say Jawaharlal: What did your total revolution achieve A ban on Coca-Cola Jayaprakash: Better a ban on Coca-Cola than a country drowning in Scotch Subhas: If the INA had wonIndia would not be so indisciplined Rabindranath: (In a sonorous voice) Where the head is held high and the mind is without fear KM Munshi (before Rabindranath could complete): Mind without fear In a country with sedition laws Rabindranath: (Quietly hums) Ekla chalo Narada (interjecting): Isnt that cool traffic light music Vallabhbhai: (Shakes his head) The Union is in peril Here we are in idle chatter Refugees are again flowing across bordersriots in Assam I always told Jawaharlal that China would gobble us up He did not listen Jawaharlal: Why are you so glum Heard they are building the biggest statue for you in Gujarat Vallabhbhai: Thats my fear The more statues they buildthe less they listen Look at Jawaharlaleven his own family does not understand what he was about And Bhimrao herethe more statues he getsthe less he is understood Abul Kalam: We have not solved anything Partition turned out to be a non-solution to an insoluble problem The Hindu-Muslim tension refuses to go away The Indian Muslim is disenfranchised Mohandas: That is why I dont celebrate Independence Day Our peace is only surface calm The devil of human division still lurks within us (Hums) Raghupati Raghav raja Ram… Bhimrao: But your methods will not rid us of them Caste oppression remains the obdurate reality Jawaharlal: True But come onBhim There is some progress You and I both know economic development will help mitigate caste oppression Bhimrao: Dalits are taking their future into their own hands But dont kid yourselfJawahardiscrimination runs deep And the state you created is such a failure in education that it will be centuries before we overcome disadvantage Ram Manohar: I always said caste would be overcome only by entrenching it first Jawaharlal: I never understood caste I dont understand how OBCs and Dalits became the same (Turns to Ram Manohar) And your entrenching part has happened But your overcoming will never comewill it Malviya and Zakir Husain (chime in together): You are forgetting the universities The key to an enlightened society Shyama Prasad: Oh shut up You should have named BHU Banaras Harvard University Then someone might have listened to you Anywayno one would give you two permission to set up universities now Narada (interrupting): Calm downguys Celebrate Theres lots to celebrate India is a world power Six hundred million cellphones And six medals in the Olympics Just a little more effortIndia can grow so fast Poverty is fallinganimal spirits raring to go Mohandas: But no one followed my talisman: recall the face of the poorest and weakest person you see Will your policies lead to freedom for the hungry and spiritually starving millions Rajagopalachari: You dont talk about povertyMohan You wanted India to remove poverty by remaining poor Bhimrao: And Mohanyou have to admit your trusteeship thing was inside out Instead of private wealth for public purposethey turned it into public wealth for private purpose Jawaharlal: I always thought we needed a modern economy We needed capital accumulation and all that We needed a mixed economy We needed new cities Rajagopalachari: You may have given us a mixed economyJawaharlal But look at Manmohan He has confused a mixed economy with a mixed-up economy We say poverty is a curse And then we say wealth is evil Thats what I call mixed up Ram Manohar: And he always forgot the farmers Narada: (Breaks into a song and dance) Bharat Mata Ki Jai/ Sone ki chidiyadengue malaria Periyar: This is all too Brahminical for me Dravidian culture can save the nation And you cannot rule India from Delhi Jawaharlal: But you can hold Delhi hostage Chittaranjan: NoBengal should lead Delhi (In the backgroundthe humming of Ekla chalo grows louder) Hansa: Sorry to disturb the boys party But if you had taken the uplift of women seriouslywe would not have been in this mess (Silence) Jawaharlal: Wellthings are changing So many women leaders Women are the wave of the future in higher education Hansa: But we still kill themstill confine them Narada: Hansajididnt you know they give cash incentives for girl children now Hansa: Why do we do things only for money Mohandas: Whyindeed (Silence) Narada: WellT20 starts soon That will be the celebrationeh Dont you guys regret not being around Subhas: Hum honge kamyabhum honge kamyab (The rest joins in a chorus Mohandas hums in the background: Sabko sammati de bhagwan Narada dances to dengue malariadengue malaria) Andthusall returned to an immortal bliss India at sixty-five The writer is presidentCentre for Policy [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 13 2016 12:03 am FC Barcelona’s Lionel Messi of Argentina (C) holds the World Player of the Year award next to FIFA’s acting President Issa Hayatou (L) and former palyer Kaka during the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2015 ceremony in Zurich Switzerland January 11 2016 (Source: Reuters) Related News Lionel Messi’s reclaiming of the FIFA Ballon d’Or his fifth may go down as Fifa’s brightest moment in a year of scandal and shame Perhaps in keeping with some notion of poetic justice in footballing parlance Messi beating Cristiano Ronaldo to the award closed the cycle that began with Ronaldo winning the Ballon last year albeit deservingly It’s Fifa that would like to forget the year that’s been But Messi’s triumph marks another closure — his return to the top in form?" a senior rebel commander, “I had to learn operating a smartphone after I switched to this. 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