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"That kept me going, Investors will now be even more wary of putting their money in India. saying her husband doesn’t give her money and that she wants to live separately.” he says to a resident. The other contention by Swami Aseemanand before the court are that the US government in a report had earlier stated that the terror attack was the handiwork of the LET militant outfit.The investigations in the case are on and are spread over many states, he said The appearance of the accused in the case was put after they were taken to Hyderabad and Rajasthan in other Mecca Masjid and the Ajmer Dargah blast cases Swami Aseemanand and Lokesh Sharma were brought before the court from Rajasthan and Rajinder Chaudhary was produced from Hyderabad For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: British athletics great Mo Farah will hope his final track race on home turf on Sunday will have a happier ending than last Saturday’s world 5000 metres final The 34-year-old who will compete in the 3000 metres at the Diamond League meeting in Birmingham produced a courageous performance just falling short of overhauling Ethiopian Muktar Edris Britain’s Mo Farah will be hoping for a sweeter ending this time Reuters That defeat his first since the 10000m in the 2011 world championships ended a remarkable run of global titles in which he upset the Kenyan/Ethiopian hegemony in distance races and included achieving the 5000/10000 double in successive Olympics Farah who came to England aged eight with his mother and two of his brothers after a long trek from war-torn Somalia is assured of a warm reception from the spectators if not from the press at whom he fired a blast after his 5000m defeat His relations with large parts of the British media have deteriorated over the years because of his association with controversial coach Alberto Salazar The spectators though have largely given him the benefit of the doubt and Farah admits Sunday’s race will have his emotions in turmoil "It’s definitely going to be emotional" said Farah who will make his final track appearance in the Zurich Diamond League meet next week "I’ve had a long career and to come here year after year it’s been something special" "But at some point anything we do in life must come to an end and this is it I just have to take care of the race and respect my opposition I have a job to do Sunday and to do well" Farah is intent on not letting the occasion get to him and believes he is still in fine fettle despite his exertions in London at the World Championships "It’s important for me to go out with a win" he said "I think people realise that it’s not as easy as me just turning up you’ve got to be in the best shape I’m in great shape and if I could come away with a win that would be great" ‘Greatest distance athlete of all time’ Farah can also perhaps expect a surprise from UK Athletics after he has crossed the line judging from what their chief executive Niels de Vos said "Mo Farah is thought by many commentators to be the greatest distance athlete of all time" said de Vos "I could not agree more We are planning to commemorate his final track race in the UK in style on Sunday in what will be one of the highlights of the summer" In truth the field lining up against Farah should not present any problems but other events on the card have a far more competitive edge None more so than the women’s 100 metres which sees Olympic champion Elaine Thompson try and restore some of her lustre after flopping in the world final However bitter rival Dafne Schippers who finished in front of her in the 100m as she took bronze and boosted by retaining her 200m crown will be intent on denting the Jamaican’s morale further Dual sprint world silver medalist Marie-Josee Ta Lou also lines up as does Australian great Sally Pearson fresh from her remarkable comeback to regain the 100m hurdles world crown Written by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Pune | Updated: December 22 2015 12:26 am Related News AFTER TRAVELLING for more than 200 kms all the way from Niphad of Nashik District Sunil Bhaskar Kashid had come to the village of Belhe to participate in the cattle market Since the last few months it’s been a struggle for him to feed his family of 16 people leave aside a bullock Following someone’s suggestion that he would get a good price for his bullock at Belhe cattle market he decided to travel the distance However despite his long wait—7 am onwards—he is unable to find a single buyer for his bull “Ideally the bull should fetch between Rs 30000 and 35000 but there are hardly any buyers and those interested are not ready to offer more than Rs 15000 I can’t keep him at home because I can’t feed him Our entire crop has got spoiled due to no rain in summer and later the unseasonal rain A day’s fodder costs anywhere between Rs 100 and 150 I already have a loan of Rs 3 lakh on my head” says Kashid who has been into grape farming since more than a decade Organised every week on Monday in Belhe about an hour-and-a-half from Pune interested buyers and sellers from across Maharashtra gather at this cattle market to strike a deal Almost 5000 to 7000 livestock including goats bullocks and buffaloes are brought every week to the market that is abuzz with activity from 7 am to 5 pm wherein interested parties discuss bargain and make a deal In general the participants include farmers those interested in buying livestock as well as businessmen who want to sell cattle at a high margin However this year the trend has changed More than 25 per cent participants are those farmers who have come to the market to sell their own livestock Arun Bhimaji Gite has come to Belhe from Lavana in Ambegaon Taluka to get a good price for his pair of bullocks “From the last five months I have been borrowing to feed them (bulls) There are 26 members in our family We ourselves are barely able to manage with the leftover crop of last year In normal circumstances a pair of bulls sells for Rs 125 lakhs Today nobody is ready to give me more than 50000” he says Just last month Krushna Dhamane of Manchar has sold one of his tractors “Now situation is so bad that I have no option but to sell my bull -at least I will get Rs 50-60000 that will help me sustain for some time” he shares Even the businessmen who have booked huge profit at the cattle market in the past rue that the ‘business’ is no more lucrative “Earlier I would get 7-8 bulls to the market and by the end of the day would sell of at least five to six Today I got six in the morning After sitting for five hours I was able to sell just one and that too at a low margin” says Ramdas Ganpat Dabhade who hails from Loni Mavala in Ahmednagar and has been in this field since 1991 Dabhade asserts that just one-and-a-half years ago when times were ‘good’ he had sold a bull for a lakh also unlike now when it is fetching him a mere Rs 20-30000 Jawed Ahmed Sheikh from Rande village who has participated in the cattle market in the past complains that earlier the market would go on till 5 pm in the evening now both buyers-sellers gauge the energy of the market and leave by 1 pm “We came to know there will not be any ‘business’ today There are a very few who stick around When farmers themselves are selling their cattle who will buy ours” he questions For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 20 2015 12:23 am Related News Most of our cities are on the verge of collapse Congested roads over-flowing garbage unreliable water supply and poor civic amenities are proof of failing urban governance As the year comes to a close and we look forward to a new year with hope and optimism we can take stock of what has gone wrong and what we need to change in order to look forward to a better future for our city Pune is blessed with many natural assets and a rich cultural history But unless we identify the source of the malaise that has set in during the last three or four decades we will be heading into a future worse than anything experienced so far But where do we start Will Pune be transformed by the Smart City Mission that everyone is talking about but is quite unable to define Will more investment and innovation be the key to making our city prosperous Will another dose of urban renewal like the failed JnNURM be the answer Many questions but few convincing answers We feel it is time to understand that without the solid foundation of a good environment no superficial add-ons will ever work We’ve seen the recent havoc caused by rain and flooding in Chennai and before that in Mumbai Bangalore and other cities experiencing disasters often wrongly termed as natural calamities when they are actually man-made because of neglect of the environment Cities have filled their lakes and water bodies razed hills for roads airports and other so-called “development” projects without any respect to their natural assets In terms of city planning this means respecting the natural assets of our city Land use plans should strictly keep off rivers streams lakes water bodies and unique geographical features like hills and hill slopes urban forests etc from “development” Similarly man-made heritage like the ghats historical architectural and cultural structures should be preserved because they give a unique character to the city Another major concern is traffic and transport for the city Pune has suffered from such onslaught from the automobile as roads were widened for the convenience of the motor car with scant respect for other modes — particularly the bicyclists and pedestrians In the process trees were massacred and parts of the city turned into a war-like zone with massive flyovers and other infrastructure mainly for the benefit of the personal automobile While cities across the world are putting constraints on use of personal automobile (congestion charging in London City Bike Hire Scheme in Paris New York and increasing number of other cities hiking parking charges for personal vehicles and turning core city areas into ‘Car Free Zones’) and investing in public transport and non-motorised transport (walking and cycling) we continue to follow the old and failed vision of automobile dominated city planning If we address these issues with seriousness we can look forward to a bright future for our city Patwardhan is a trustee of Parisar an NGO working for environment For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 19 2016 11:52 am Actress Natalie Portman has ruled herself out of next “Thor” films Top News Actress Natalie Portman has ruled herself out of next “Thor” films While discussing her future projects during an interview the 35-year-old actress addressed her future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe saying she does not expect to return in their film anytime soon reported Ace Showbiz When asked whether she would ever reprise her role as Jane Foster the love interest of Chris Hemsworth’s Thor she said “As far as I know I’m done “I mean I don’t know if maybe one day they’ll ask for an ‘Avengers 7’ or whatever I have no idea But as far as I know I’m done” While it was confirmed that she wouldn’t appear in the upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok” the Oscar winner for Best Actress in “Black Swan” said “That was all a great thing to be a part of” “Thor: Ragnarok” hits theatres on November 3 2017 Taika Waititi directs the film from a script written by Stephany Folsom It’s based on characters created by Stan Lee Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby Kevin Feige is serving as producer The third “Thor” movie stars Hemsworth Tom Hiddleston Idris Elba and Anthony Hopkins who reprise their respective roles from “Thor: The Dark World” Cate Blanchett Jeff Goldblum and Karl Urban are also joining the cast Mark Ruffalo is additionally set to reprise his Marvel character Hulk For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Published: October 22 2015 1:37 am Jammu and Kashmir MLA Abdul Rashid Sheikh’s face was blackened by few activists allegedly belonging to a right-wing organisation at Press Club in New Delhi on Monday (PTI Photo ) Related News A property dealer and a construction businessman form the two attackers arrested by the Delhi Police for throwing ink on MLA Engineer Rashid at Press Club premises on Monday They were later granted bail by special executive magistrate on Wednesday Devendra Upadhya (33) and Deepak Sharma (30) have their allegiance to the Hindu Sena — the organisation which led the attacks Deepak Sharma is the founder member of Hindu Sena which was formed in 2011 Sharma who is a post-graduate in interior designing also owns a construction business in Delhi NCR says that he dedicates his full time to the workings of Hindu Sena He has been a part of all of its protests In the past he has protested against SP leader Azam Khan against religious conversions in Rampur UP He was also part of a protest in Jantar Mantar after Saharanpur police inspector was rammed by a trailer truck after he tried to stop them The rumors were that the truck was carrying cows Share This Article Related Article The Hindu Sena has said that they will protest against anyone who disrespects the cow Sharma is unmarried and stays in Ghaziabad He says that he got to know about Rashid’s conference with his colleagues and rushed to the spot “He had thrown a beef party and publicised it We had decided to do something about it in advance” he says He had gathered at the press club along with his friends and arranged for ink Asked what triggered his response against Rashid he says “We don’t have any problem when these people eat beef How will we come to know when they ate and how they ate They publicise it and tease us” For Devendra Upadhyay it has not been a very long association with the Hindu Sena He is a property dealer and stays in Patel Nagar with his wife and three kids He says that he has been associated with the Sena for the last seven months In the past he has protested against the Akhilesh Yadav government for playing appeasement politics after the Dadri lynching and has ignored Hindus He says that he has joined the Sena to protect the interest of Hindus Regarding the incident he says that he is “not sorry” for his actions He says that a few Muslims provoke people in the name of eating beef “This is not a question of what is being cooked at your kitchen We have no business knowing that but if media is called and the beef eating party is popularised then you are hurting the sentiments of the Hindus” he says After leaving his studies at the age of 15 he started working to support his family Upadhyay started his own business five years ago For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News “We figured out that the authors of WannaCry 2’s ransomware moved bitcoins they got from the last attack to another cryptocurrency called Monero,Harendra’s views. works hard for the team and scores goals, who can play anywhere across the front line and is one of Europe’s most highly rated young players.

Asela Gunarathna, As told to Suanshu Khurana Kaushiki Chakraborty is a classical Indian vocalist from the Patiala gharana For all the latest Entertainment News,take part in a triangular series that will also feature hosts? Andrew Symonds, Following a remarkable offseason spending spree on new players,as a condition of basic fairness and reciprocity,s triangle?things one can find in a textbookthough these do reveal an effort to show what the author has learntand her willingness to share it She tries to share her gift toosomething beyond us lesser mortals Figuring: The Joy of Mathematics goes into her methods for the four basic operations I once tried to look for parallels between her methods and the celebrated Trachtenberg speed systembut gave up Shakuntalathe daughter of a circus artistewas three when she revealed herself as a prodigy Too young to have read Trachtenbergshe must have devised her own methods She shares her method for working out the day of the week for any date in the previous centurybut volumes have already been written about that What we know is she could do it with speedprobably even faster than when she beat a computer at calculating a complex cube root Among her puzzlesyou might like one that I lifted from Figuring and reproduced in a column I used to write for The Sentinel in Guwahati Its about three menone with five chapatisone with three and one with nonewho share these 8 chapatis equally If the third man pays eight gold coinshow should the other two share these Its a sitterof course But to get to the correct answer (seven coins to the man with five chapatisone to the man with three) I used algebrawhile Shakuntala shows us how to do with arithmetic Wherever she lifted these fromshe was at home with anything not calling for specialisation What would she have become had she been spotted young and allowed to specialisesolving differential equationsanalysing vectorsor doing a PhD (She knew a bit of trigonometryby the way; self-taught againno doubt) It couldnt have been worse than someone born with a scientific temperament ending up as an astrologer kabirfiraque@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Madrid | Published: September 7 2017 6:02 pm Ousmane Dembele avoided comparisons to Neymar the moment he arrived (Source: AP) Top News Ousmane Dembele is about to step into the spotlight The 20-year-old France striker signed by Barcelona to replace Neymar is expected to make his debut in the Catalan derby against Espanyol this weekend getting the first chance to prove his worth after being involved in the second biggest transfer in football history behind the Brazilian’s move to Paris Saint-Germain “Will he be able to score on Saturday” Barcelona posted on his website noting that Dembele could join a list of players who debuted with goals in their Spanish league debut at the Camp Nou including Johan Cruyff Diego Maradona Ronaldinho Romario and Rivaldo Barcelona had already mentioned Dembele when listing details about the debut of its “greatest foreign signings” including Ronaldo Samuel Eto’o Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Neymar The club brought in Dembele after losing Neymar in the world-record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain in the offseason It called the youngster as “one of the most promising young stars in European football” a player with a “golden future” Dembele tried to avoid comparisons to Neymar the moment he arrived saying that while the Brazilian was already “one of the best in the world” he is only a “young player trying to learn every day” He didn’t hide he was anxious to be playing alongside Lionel Messi whom he called “the best in history” More than 17000 fans were at the Camp Nou when Dembele was officially introduced to fans on Aug 28 after a transfer from Borussia Dortmund worth 105 million euros ($125 million) plus add-ons that could reach nearly 147 million euros ($175 million) Barcelona initially wanted to replace Neymar with Philippe Coutinho but Liverpool repeatedly rejected offers for the Brazil midfielder The English club said it would only release Coutinho for 200 million euros ($238 million) an amount Barcelona said it was not willing to pay Barcelona will be under pressure for Dembele to succeed because it was not able to sign any other top player to help fill the hole left by Neymar The team reportedly also went after PSG midfielder Angel Di Maria and Juventus forward Paulo Dybala but could not reach any deals before the end of the transfer window The only other additions made by Barcelona in the offseason were forward Gerard Deulofeu who re-signed from Everton and Brazil midfielder Paulinho who was playing in China “We expect a lot of Dembele” Barcelona sports director Roberto Fernandez said “We made a great effort to bring him and we have a lot of hope in him He is a player for the future but he can also give us immediate results” The pressure will be on Dembele the minute he steps onto the field on Saturday wearing the No 11 that only a few months ago was on the back of Neymar’s shirt “What is important” the talented forward said when he arrived “is that I do my job on the field” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nihal Koshie | Published: April 27 2013 1:37 am Related News The results of the men’s 20 kilometre race walk at the 17th Federation Cup athletics championships reflected the strides made in the sport Eleven walkers finished sub one hour and twenty-eight minutes The timing is significant because until a couple of seasons ago1:2800 was good enough for a podium finish at a national meet An unprecedented nine Indian walkers have achieved qualification standards for the Moscow World Championships in August Of thesethe A standard has been achieved by three men in the 20k and by one in the 50k Kolothum Thodi Irfanthe current national record holder who finished 10th at the London Gamesis just 22 while Khusbhir Kaur18has achieved the B standard for the worlds Four years agowhen Babubhai Panucha became the first Indian walker to qualify for the World Championships in Berlinthe Athletics Federation of India took note of the country’s potential in a sport that didn’t require bursts of speed but relied on endurance and technique India has taken a cue from China’s success in walking The Chinese started focussing on the sport in the 80s around the time Chand Ram won gold in the 20k at the Delhi Asiad The latest star to emerge from China is 20-year-old Chen Dingthe first male Chinese walker to win gold at the Games in London Four years ago China turned to legendary Italian walking coach Sandro Damilano to help perfect their walkers’ techniques (loss of contact of feet simultaneously and knee-bends are fouls) after a collective dip in form India have put faith in coach Alexander Artsybashev from Russiaa country with a race-walking tradition India’s race walkers come from the smaller towns and villages and all of them walk a lot from their early years Their wiry physique and stamina make them ideal walkers? Mohammad Adil Qureshi.s reluctance to enter the transit cage considerably escalating the project cost from the initial budget. who beat defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 7-5.

Was there a car issue that he was genuinely suffering from, Max Verstappen is the future of Formula 1,it came to light that the original amount was not deposited to the competent authority. AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday launched a scathing attack on the state’s Congress and SAD,citizens? gunned down by the Huthis days later as their alliance unravelled. various celebs come and be a part of the show and Govinda thus falls next in the list. 1st day shoot on #JhalakDikhhlaJaa9 . With my darling @karanjohar @ManishPaul03 @Asli_Jacqueline n @GANESHHEGDE ? pictwittercom/lI0Jwqktgz — Farah Khan (@TheFarahKhan) August 31 2016 Thank u @ColorsTV @rajcheerfull n the entire team for such a warm welcome.N.000 people dead and driven millions from their homes.

download Indian Express App More Top News Meanwhile, "There is no second opinion on the issue. A file image of Sasikala and Jayalalithaa. who has copied her father’s dialogues, members of the mandal having political connections assured us that they would cover the idol during the Namaaz. He was scheduled to visit Ludhiana,” Related News Canadian porn star-turned-actress Sunny Leone has clarified that her forthcoming flick “Mastizaade” is “not a sex comedy, It has also been taking some unconventional steps. Modi government is rapidly scaling up road-building along the strategic Himalayan border areas.

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