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But everything went his way, gambling and terrorism, but it must be done the correct way, Mamata also clarified the allegation that she had returned from Delhi recently in a plane chartered by one of the chit fund companies? senior intelligence officials have agreed to be interviewed by investigators working for the special counsel, However, She sets an example for others. At a booth in Nanakpuraunder the R K Puram constituencya visually impaired coupleDelhi University professor Manjula Rath and her husband Sureshwaited for their turn Change is important A democracy cannot function if the same party rules for several terms None of the parties have provided anything for the disabled in their agenda Are we not citizens?I have health issues but nothing can stop me from voting… We asked our help to finish work early. Tens of thousands of people remain evacuated, the teams are fighting the fire on their own terms.
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Al Gore or the Unabomber? circulated on conservative websites The quiz juxtaposed passages from the former vice presidents eco-manifesto Earth in the Balance with quotes from Theodore Kaczynskis critiques of industrial civilisation and asked the reader to guess which writer was which Enterprising left-wing bloggers have already begun to play a similar game with Anders Behring Breivikthe Norwegian man who apparently justified last weeks mass murder of helpless teenage campers with a 1500-page compendium calling for a right-wing revolution against Europes ruling class Judging by the manifestos contentsBreivik has roughly the same relationship to the cultural right that Kaczynski had to certain strains of environmentalism The darkest aspects of his ideology belong strictly to the neo-fascist fringe But many of his beliefs and arguments echo the rhetoric of mainstream cultural conservativesin Europe and America alike Despite what the Norwegian authorities suggested over the weekendthose beliefs probably arent a form of Christian fundamentalism Breiviks writings bear no resemblance to the theology of a Jerry Falwell or an Oral Robertsand his nominal Christianity seems to be more of an expression of European identity politics and anti-Islamic chauvinism than any genuine religious fervour But its fair to call Breivik a right-winger His compendium quotes repeatedly from conservative writers on both sides of the Atlanticand its filled with attacks on familiar right-wing targets: secularism and political correctness; the European Union and the sexual revolution; radical Islam and the academic left Indeedstripped of their contextsome of his critiques of multiculturalism and immigration resemble arguments that have been advancednot just by Europes far-right partiesbut by mainstream conservative leaders such as David Cameron in BritainAngela Merkel in Germany and Nicolas Sarkozy in France This means that last weeks tragedy is also a political opportunity for Europes left-of-centre politiciansshould they choose to respond to Breiviks rampage the way President Bill Clinton responded to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing Timothy McVeighs connections to Republican politics were several degrees short of tangentialbut Clinton successfully linked the heartland terrorist to talk radio and the government shutdownimplying that McVeighs crime was part of a broader story of antigovernment conservatism run amok The Continents left-wing parties wont have to work nearly that hard The horror in Norway no more discredits Merkels views on Muslim assimiliation than Ted Kaczynskis bombs discredited Al Gores views on the dark side of industrialisation On the big pictureEuropes cultural conservatives are right: mass immigration really has left the Continent more divided than enrichedIslam and liberal democracy have not yet proven natural bedfellows and the dream of a postnationalpostpatriotic EU governed by a benevolent ruling elite looks more like a folly every day For decadesEuropes governing classes insisted that only racists worried about immigrationonly bigots doubted the success of multiculturalism and only fascists cared about national identity Now that a true far-right radical has perpetrated a terrible atrocityit will be easy to return to those comforting illusions But extremists only grow stronger when a political system pretends that problems dont exist Conservatives on both sides of the Atlantic have an obligation to acknowledge that Anders Behring Breivik is a distinctively right-wing kind of monster But they also have an obligation to the realities that this monsters terrible atrocity threatens to obscure For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published: December 14 2016 2:05 am Motivational speaker Sandeep Chonkar has addressed over 10 meetings of Sena activists since last month Express photo Top News IN A first to encourage and boost the morale of its cadre ahead of civic polls the Shiv Sena has roped in a ‘mind trainer’ and motivational speaker to give lectures to party workers including those aspiring to get party tickets for the polls early next year According to Sena functionaries with speeches by party leaders becoming repetitive the party decided to rope in Sandeep Chonkar who has earlier given motivational talks to corporates and students Watch What Else Is making News Chonkar author of a Marathi book titled ‘Vichar badla Jag badlel’ (Change your thinking the world will change) has addressed more than 10 such meetings of Sena activists since last month Some of the areas where his motivational speeches were held include Colaba Mumbadevi Byculla Worli Sewri and Bhandup From team work attire and behaviour to lessons on how to maintain unity among party workers during the stressful time of the polls the topics selected for a two-hour-long session are focused on the coming elections to BMC “If party activists reach people while chewing paan or smoking cigarettes people will perceive the party or candidate wrongly and may not vote for the party Besides dressing properly the party workers were also asked not to use abusive language” said a functionary who organised one of these events Another Sena functionary said Chonkar also convinced the cadres to focus on work in the wards Chonkar told activists that an alliance with the BJP would come with advantages and disadvantages and that party workers must focus on work on the ground “The cadre was also guided about team work If those interested did not get tickets for civic polls they should not get upset but focus on ensuring the victory of the candidate chosen by party” said the functionary “We have received an excellent response from the party workers about his sessions” said Gajanan Chavan a Sena functionary who organised Chonkar’s session in the Sewri area last week “I had attended Chonkar’s session in one of the party’s events So I thought of the organising it in my area” said Gajanan Chonkar reportedly quotes from a range of historical and modern text as well as talks about the use of social media and using the latter with restraint While many sessions have been organised in the parts of South Mumbai more such sessions will be organised in the eastern suburbs in coming days “We had organised one session in one of our shakhas last month But we plan to organise more such sessions in coming days” said Datta Dalvi former mayor and Sena Vibhag Pramukh from Bhandup vishwaswaghmode@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWinning a league thrice is no mean featand it gets even better with the fact that Patna Pirates managed to win the Pro Kabaddi League seasons three-five with almost different team compositions in each season One of the very few constants across the three seasons for the Pirates has been Pardeep Narwal who has grown from an unsure teenage sensation to become one of India’s best raiders at the very young age of 20 With two semi-final finishes and three titles the Pirates have now developed an aura of invincibility around them as the wait for another team to etch their names on the trophy continues Pardeep Narwal in action at the PKL 2017 final between Patna pirates and Gujarat Fortunegiants Image Courtesy: PKL official website The Pirates began their title defence in the 2017 edition with a four-match unbeaten streak Such a blistering run by the revamped team led by Pardeep ensured that the defending champions were firm contenders for the title despite having just seven players in their squad with PKL experience However in the next 14 matches the Pirates managed to win just seven games while tying three and losing four in a phase that exposed their biggest strengths and their glaring weaknesses to their opponents Pardeep clearly the lynchpin of the team got better with every game and was breaking all existing records to cement his place firmly in Pro Kabaddi history as the most successful raider In combination with the Pirates’ second raider Monu Goyat the team scored more points than any team across the league On the other hand their shaky and unsettled defence conceded most points by any team in this franchise This gulf between the Pirates’ offence and defence was one of the major reasons for their four-match win-less streak that brought an end to their league stage Though the defence performed pretty sketchily it can also be attributed to the ridiculously high standards set by Pardeep that left everything else a pale shadow of the actual scenario The defence was held to such high expectations that every loss was magnified and put under heavy scrutiny In the seven matches the Pirates ended on the losing side it was only in the game against U Mumba that they were defeated by a big margin (10 points) Every other encounter saw the two-time champions lose with a margin less than five points Jaideep was the pick of the defenders who was placed fourth in the list of top tacklers with 71 points and had the second-highest number of High 5s in the league Three of the Pirates defenders also managed the third maximum number of super tackles Nevertheless every Pirates game irrespective of the result of the match had two things in common – an infallible Pardeep and a subpar defence While the wins did ensure they qualified to the business end of the tournament the losses forced the Pirates to settle for the second spot in their zone This resulted in taking the long-winding play-off route of winning two eliminators and a qualifier for a place in the final This is where Pardeep transformed himself into a raid-machine to score a whopping 76 points in three matches to take his team to the final where they met their ‘rivals’ Gujarat Fortunegiants The 28 October match between the best raiding unit and the best defensive team in the entire league was worthy of a final and it lived up to its billing Pirates equipped with an impressive Pardeep the first and only raider to score 300 points in a single season took on the Fortunegiants for the third time that season In an uncanny coincidence to the previous season the Pirates once again faced a team that had defeated them twice in the group stages In season four the Jaipur Pink Panthers beat the Pirates in both group stage games and had kept Pardeep subdued He could score only 14 points before winning the final for his team with 16 raid points It was eerily similar to the turn of events in season five where the team from Gujarat defeated the Pirates in the league matches with their well-oiled defence keeping Pardeep in check The 20-year-old who averages 142 points per match could manage just 10 points in the league games against season-debutants Fortunegiants But in a repeat of the season four final Pardeep top-scored with 19 points to lead his team to a hat-trick of titles Their performance in the final was a microcosm of their entire season A match where Pardeep started off sketchily Monu stepped up to the challenge the Pirates’ defence began abysmally only to revive their fortunes as the clock continued to tick With every passing second Pardeep and the Pirates regained momentum to widen the lead so much sothat a comeback wasthwarted even before it began and the Pirates ended on the winning side with Pardeep breaking a record or two in the process The final also gained notoriety after the war of words between Fortunegiants coach Manpreet Singh and his Pirates counterpart Ram Mehar Singh which ensured the clash between these two teams will be remembered for more than one reason However the main reason behind the sustained interest in the league over a duration of three months and more than 120 matches was not the off-mat controversies ranging from coaches letting off steam at press conferences or constant references to shoddy or biased refereeing In a world where a sport’s success depends on its visibility and monetisation an indigenous contact-sport is finally getting its due and has been able to generate a long list of players who have become household names This has been the major reason behind the victory of the league and nothing can elucidate this better than the chants that reverberated at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium in Chennai on 28 October The never-ending chants for a player who has been instrumental in making a lot of new fans for a sport and helped the league have its very own growing legion of loyal followers If Patna Pirates felt they were unbeatable it is because of the shy reticient one-man-army hailing from Haryana who now holds the torch high and seems to be in no hurry to let the light fail Chants of "PARDEEP!" 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