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Sharma | Published: November 26, The actor,because the prestige of the late prime minister and the present Congress president is involved, it alleges Coddling Kasabpersecuting Hindus That the RSS wants to hit back at the government becomes clear as Organisers lead editorial in the same issue refers to the release of top ULFA leaders and of Parliament attack convict Shaukat Hussain to accuse the UPA of being soft on terrorists On the other handit arguesthe government is fabricating evidence against selected Hindu leaders in bomb blast cases How can Arabinda Rajkhowawho has the blood of hundreds of innocent Assamese on his handsincluding 13 children who died in bomb explosions in Dhemaji in August 2004be released and invited for talks Who will answer and pay for the mayhem he created … Why catch themfeed them and free them … It defies the logic of crime and punishment to release murderers and secessionists? which draws an adverse inference against it. Isner went 4-2 up when Murray double faulted, Rahul certainly was the hero of the day as he scored his? "Don’t you dare allow the Crusaders and the apostates to enjoy a good and comfortable life at home while your brothers are enduring killings, made Islamic State the world’s richest terrorist organization. The police have also questioned employees of a private security company posted at the marsh to prevent anyone entering it at night. a State Bank of India employee in Latur.

Their wait will finally be over next week,Vivek, Under-achieving Belgium also enjoyed a fine home win,Eden Hazard scoring a beauty in the first period as they defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 4-0 to go top of Group H European World Cup qualifying continues on Saturday whenEngland host minnows Malta at Wembley for interim managerGareth Southgate’s first game in charge after the departure indisgrace of Sam Allardyce For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: January 20 2017 10:48 am Top News On February 10 five years ago Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Hazza bin Sultan Al Nahyan won one of the most prestigious and toughest equestrian events the 160km endurance race Riding a 12-year-old bay Arabian gelding Glenmorgan Al Nahyan started in 46th position When he crossed the finish line six stages later he was first It was described as a spectacular race and Al Nahyan was praised for showing a combination of ‘great effort and craftsmanship’ But the joy did not last long The following day dope control officials collected Glenmorgan’s urine sample and a month later test analysis revealed the presence of performance-enhancing drugs The horse was suspended immediately along with Al Nahyan The doctor held responsible for administering the drugs on Glenmorgan is an Indian veterinarian from Bangalore On Monday the International Equestrian Federation which runs with the acronym FEI suspended Syed Kamaal Pasha for ‘intentionally’ injecting the banned substance in the horse owned by Abu Dhabi’s royal family and ridden by Al Nahyan who is now UAE’s National Security Advisor It brought to an end a tiring drug saga which lasted five years and involved several allegations and rebuttals along with an intervention by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) While delivering its final verdict the FEI said Pasha had ‘intentionally’ injected propoxyphene a painkiller after the horse completed its pre-race training on the day prior to the event “Dr Pasha acted highly negligently and with the intention of enhancing the horse’s performance” the FEI noted in its decision which was communicated to the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI) The Indian Express has accessed the FEI report The EFI though is clueless about Pasha’s whereabouts “We tried to find him but are not able to trace him He is not doing any duty for the Indian federation Dr Pasha is an Indian but is based in the UAE and is registered by their federation” EFI assistant secretary Nafe Singh said Pasha was an assistant veterinary officer at the Hyderabad Race Club before he left for the Gulf in 1989 He wasn’t the first to take that route – at present the Emirates Equestrian Federation has roughly half a dozen Indians working as approved vets at various stables Pasha 60 spent 14 years at Royal Stables which was established by UAE’s founding father Sheikh Zayed In 2007 he moved to the Warsan Stables owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family as the head of its veterinary department and later got himself registered with the international federation “In order to officiate at FEI events veterinarians must be registered with the FEI meeting the required criteria of experience and training for the role Dr Pasha Syed Kamaal has been registered with the FEI as an official veterinarian since 2010” an FEI spokesperson said During his hearing Pasha told the FEI tribunal that he was in charge of the 514 horses including Glenmorgan at the Warsan Stables He had two other qualified veterinarians and six assistants working under him Al Nahyan nephew of Manchester City’s billionaire owner Sheikh Mansour is a keen horse rider He won the Endurance World Championship in 2005 but even that win was mired in controversy after his horse tested positive In October 2006 Arabic language Emarat Al-Youm published an article claiming horses owned by the Abu Dhabi ruling family were doped The newspaper was suspended in July 2009 by a UAE court for running the story as per an Agence France Presse report Al Nahyan escaped punishment back then but on this occasion the FEI handed him a two-year ban which was reduced to 18 months by CAS Pasha said he used the drug with an intention to help the horse relax after a strenuous training session on the eve of the race He claimed to have purchased the drug from fellow Indian T Ganesh from the Gulf Center in Bhuraimi Oman Pasha has been given a month to appeal But the Indian federation isn’t sure if he has been made aware of the verdict “We don’t even know if he is still a veterinarian or if he works there I am trying to find him” Singh said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manoj Dattatrye More | Pune | Updated: January 12 2016 5:45 am Activists support author Shripal Sabnis who made controversial remarks against Prime Minister by taking part in a symbolic morning walk on Monday Pavan Khengre Related News MAINTAINING A distance from the views of Shripal Sabnis Madhvi Vaidya author and president of the Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Mahamandal organising the 89th Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan said on Monday that the body will pass a resolution at the literary meet to condemn the tendencies that are “trying to muzzle the freedom of speech in a democracy like ours” At the same time Sabnis already embroiled in a controversy for his alleged remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to lash out at the “growing intolerance” in the country Vaidya clarified that the mahandal does not share the views on Prime Minister expressed by Sabnis and is not party to any controversy Vaidya however maintained that the mahamandal will pass a resolution during the literary meet — starting in Pimpri on January 15— condemning the tendencies that silence democratic voices like those of Dabholkar Pansare and Kalburgi “Be it threats to Sabnis or the forces that killed the three rationalists we condemn them all They stooped very low…We do not approve of such mindsets Free speech should be countered with free speech and not with guns and bullets We are living in a democracy and therefore we ought to respect the freedom of speech of an individual” Vaidya said Asked if the controversy will affect the literary meet Vaidya said they are putting in all efforts to make it a successful event Meanwhile Sabnis who will deliver his speech at the inauguration of the literary meet on January 15 is apparently preparing to talk about ‘intolerance’ He has prepared a 100-page speech encompassing issues including the current ones like intolerance secularism communalism “Yes my speech will contain remarks on intolerance and secularism My speech will highlight whatever is happening in the country Besides this it will also touch upon issues such as farmers’ suicides caste system among others” Sabnis said Sabnis on Monday too remained defiant and said that he will not apologise for his remarks For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Lome | Published: November 15 2016 1:14 am Emmanuel Adebayor hasn’t played club football since leaving England’s Crystal Palace in June (Source: Reuters) Top News Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor has suggested he won’t be available for the African Cup of Nations if he is still without a club and out-of-practice by next month Adebayor hasn’t played club football since leaving England’s Crystal Palace in June and has been criticized in Togo for being unfit and not match sharp when playing for the national team Adebayor said in a radio interview in Togo: “If I feel that I am not ready to go to the next African Cup of Nations I will not … This is a national team and it must go to the African Cup of Nations with players who are fit and ready” Adebayor said he may attend the tournament in January “to support my teammates and not to play” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAhmedabad | Published: January 7 2016 3:09 am The data finds significance ahead of the annual three-day school evaluation exercise Gunotsav scheduled to kick off across the state from Thursday Related News ALLEGING DISCREPANCIES in the claims of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation School Board that municipal schools saw nearly two per cent drop out rate in 2013-14 city-based NGO Sushashan Samuday said the rate was as high as 50 per cent according to information revealed under the Right to Information (RTI) Act According to the report the number of students who enrolled in Gujarati-medium municipal schools in Class I was 21690 in the year 2006-07 This number was reduced to 11459 by the time they reached Class VIII in 2013-14 showing that 10231 students dropped out during this phase Further the data shared by the NGO pertaining to other medium municipal schools also reflected a drop out number of 15172 students from academic year 2006-07 to 2013-14 The number of students enrolled in Class I were 31843 (2006-07) that reduced to 16671 in 2013-14 in Class VIII “The data sought under RTI Act has proved the false claims by the state government as well as AMC school board of almost 99 per cent enrollment and two per cent drop out rate The truth is that there is 50 per cent drop out and a similar enrollment rate in Ahmedabad municipal schools in both Gujarati as well as other medium schools” alleged Sukhdev Patel convenor of Sushashan Samuday The data finds significance ahead of the annual three-day school evaluation exercise Gunotsav scheduled to kick off across the state from Thursday Dismissing the allegations the AMC school board chairman Jagdish Bhavsar said “Students might have gone to private schools after Class VII Also after the implementation of Right to Education Act in the year 2010-11 Class VIII was brought down from secondary to primary schools This was also done in three phases This is the reason why there is such a wide gap” Bhavsar further claimed that city municipal schools have witnessed a drop-out rate of 129 per cent though he did not revealed the enrollment rate Admitting that parents preferred to send their wards to private schools in Ahmedabad he said “For Class I parents usually prefer private schools over municipal ones This is known to all” Meanwhile Patel said Sushashan Samuday members would meet Bhavsar along with AMC commissioner and city mayor on January 11 to submit a support letter instead of a memorandum “Since officials would be busy in the Gunotsav for the next three days we would be extending our support to the officials to improve municipal schools on January 11 We do not seek answers from the authorities but give assurance to provide support in improving the quality of education” said the NGO convenor For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: Paris Saint-Germain lost their perfect start to the Ligue 1 season as they struggled to a 0-0 draw at Montpellier on Saturday without the injured Neymar With the world’s most expensive player on the sidelines to ensure his fitness for Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Bayern Munich PSG were uninspiring in attack against a stubborn Montpellier side playing in a 5-4-1 formation Rising star Kylian Mbappe had the best of the visitors’ chances but the 18-year-old was profligate in front of goal as Unai Emery’s men could only extend their lead at the top of the table over reigning champions Monaco to one point Paris Saint-Germains Kylian Mbappe in action againstMontpellier Reuters PSG started slowly as Montpellier comfortably kept them at arm’s length The visitors unsurprisingly had most of the ball but Montpellier looked a threat on the counter-attack with the pace of Claude Ninga up front Without Neymar pulling the strings Paris were toothless for the first 45 minutes with some players perhaps keeping one eye on the Bayern game PSG did finally create a decent chance shortly after the restart as Montpellier threw away possession on the edge of their own area and Mbappe curled a tame shot straight at home goalkeeper Benjamin Lecomte The teenager who will become the world’s second-most expensive player behind Neymar when he completes his permanent transfer from Monaco next year should have broken the deadlock but headed wide when unmarked from only a few yards out Mbappe was starting to make an impact as he raced through on goal only to scuff his shot and allow the home defence to clear PSG coach Emery belatedly made his first change in the 66th minute with Lucas Moura replacing the ineffective Julian Draxler Striker Edinson Cavani who missed a penalty last week after an argument with Neymar had an appeal for a spot-kick waved away after going down in a heap under a potentially goal-saving tackle from defender Pedro Mendes Last season’s runners-up were left frustrated by Montpellier’s organisation as they mustered only one shot on target On Friday Monaco had put the pressure on PSG at the summit as Radamel Falcao took his goal tally for the season to 11 with a brace in a 4-0 thrashing of Lille The champions were barely made to sweat by their pitiful hosts whose coach Marcelo Bielsa is now under serious pressure after a six-match winless run Colombo: Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has expressed disappointment at former captain Mahela Jayawardene taking up the role of consultant with the England team for the upcoming ICC World T20 Jayawardene is to continue his batting mentor’s role with the England team a job he had already performed with them in the UAE in the last series against Pakistan "A cricketer joining another nation so close to his retirement is not a good thing SLC chairman Thilanga Sumathipala told reporters Friday File picture of Mahela Jayawardene AP "I am of the view that a player who retires from international cricket should not be allowed to work as an expert of another team at least for a period of two years" Sumathipala said "This is because he will be aware of inside information on strengths and weaknesses These are strategic secrets This is a question of ethics in sport I don’t have anything personal against Mahela Jayawardene I respect him for his vast knowledge of the game" Jayawardene retired from international cricket in 2014 and since then Sri Lanka’s international rankings have nosedived This was exacerbated by the retirement of Kumar Sangakkara another of the island nation’s icons Sri Lanka lost two home series to India and Pakistan last year since their retirement and also lost the No1 ranking in T20 cricket Interestingly both Sri Lanka and England are clubbed in the same group in the World T20 Jayawardene had previously worked with England for two Tests during their tour to the UAE in 2015 He played his last ODI for Sri Lanka in March last year but had quit T20s in April 2014 PTI Written by Express News Service | Published: August 1 2012 1:36 am Related News A once-in-a-lifetime experience As part of ISA programmethe British Council organised the Young Global Citizen’s Summit at BhubaneshwarOrissa I was one among the three other girls selected from our school On January 24we boarded the Konark Express at 245 pm to BhubaneshwarOrissa It took three days to reach Bhubaneshwar The host schoolSai International Schoolhad sent buses to pick us from the station The school was impressively beautiful It had various facilities for recreation like a gymtennis courtrock climbing wallswimming poolbasketball courtetc We had our breakfast at 800 after which we were given our backpacks containing a passportt-shirtcapbook and a pen We were also provided with identity cards We got to choose any three activities for the upcoming days We were then shown to the classes for a brief introduction of the summit In the eveningwe had a cultural programme where the school band gave a brilliant performance The next daywe went for our first session Mine was big dance where we were taught a dance depicting events of the Olympics After lunchwe proceeded to the second activity that was fine arts The facilitator taught us to make a craft item In the evening we were entertained by the inaugural ceremony of YGCS The governor and chief minister of Orissa also paid us a visit The following dayI went for last session of Youth Music Voices in which we learnt songs from AfricaIsrael and England Then we attended the valedictory ceremonywhich showed us extracts from all the sessions in the summit We then visited the sand art festival conducted on the Konark Beach We were also taken to the Konark templealso known as the Sun temple At nightwe had a large campfire and a wide-spread buffet for dinner We also went for shopping On the January 30we came back to Mumbai It was really a once in a lifetime experience I thank my school for taking me to such an event and the British Council for conducting such an interesting and informative summit Anshruta DivakaranClass iX Vidyadhiraja High SchoolBhandup (east) It was natures bounty on display Our school organised a trip to Sanjay Gandhi Park on July 212011 We set out from school at 730 am and reached there at 930am As soon as we reached the park we went to the Butterfly Garden where we were mesmerised to see different varieties of the species Beside the garden was the miniature of the National Park We all assembled there and a guide explained us everything about the park Following this he took us for a trail When we were about to start our trailwe were struck by an extraordinary sight We saw a white spotted deer behind the trees Before we could satiate our excitement it disappeared into the forest With a blissful heart we started our trail Different types of trees and plants were introduced to us along with its medicinal importance Among them was the soccer ball tree The leaf of the tree was used as a purgative in olden times by people Next was a plant which had flowers in the form of cup and saucer When we touched a plant its leaves closed all of a sudden and the guide named it as press-me-not We were quite surprised to see the nature’s bounty We even saw various types of insectscaterpillars and even the nests of different birds like Taylor bird The most amazing thing with the guide was that whenever we spotted a butterfly on our wayhe told us the name of it as if he were a lepidopterist Throughout our trail he imparted a lot of information to us about the plants and the park Anjitha NairClass IXVidyadhiraja High SchoolBhandup (east) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sharvari Patwa | Mumbai | Published: August 27 2013 12:58 am Related News A group of developers has written to the state government against a two-year-old rule that says any proposal for a high-rise within a 10-km radius of the Doppler radar fitted atop a 18-storey building in Colabas Navy Nagar must get a mandatory clearance from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)which disallows vertical growth beyond 80 metres in the region Following the July 2005 delugethe state government had decided to set up the Doppler radarwhich offers advanced weather warnings and predictions and is capable of weather surveillance up to 400 km It has been fitted atop Archana building in Navy Nagar to read signalspictures and predict weather patterns With several of their projects in trouble because of the IMDs ceilinga group of developers under the banner of Property Developers Association (PRA)which has over 17000 members including landlords and tenantshave now approached the state government to do away with the mandatory non-objection certificate (NOC) from IMD for high-rises The mandatory NOC from IMD caps the height of buildings at 80 metreswhich will affect development and construction activity across the island city Construction of more than 45 high-rise buildings is set to be affected by this clause?81 per cent secured fifth position in the merit list. They took us to a spot some distance from where Shabbir’s body was found.”You can’t stop all these things. "The commission hereby directs the PIO/PUC under Section 19(8)(a)(vi) of the RTI Act 2005 to compile and publish on their website, and faced trial for more than seven years.Written by Ananya Banerjee | Published: March 8 ?

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