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and so I’ll speak with him tomorrow to decide.

“The great news is that we have recuperated two injured players in Leo and Samuel,s suggestion,admits to being under ? having spent a major part of the year in the city on work I feel I must have crossed this bridge often. Another short corner. Jisna and Poovamma could push each other as they strive to meet the London World Championships qualifying standard in the 400m.Poovamma acknowledged that the emergence of Jisna as a challenger was good for her and the event “The last time I experienced such a close race was during the Incheon Asian Games That was between me and the eventual fourth-place finisher When it comes to national meets I have not had a strong challenger Usually I win the race and without strong competition at the national level I can’t really push myself If Jisna continues in the same form it is good for the sport” Poovamma said Still in her teens Jisna is a work in progress During strength training the maximum weight she carries when it comes to squats or shoulder exercises is capped at 10 kilograms Her repetitions of 60 metres each is also limited to four while senior athletes during peak training tend to perform up to to a dozen repetitions During a week she clocks between 12 kilometres to 15 one third of what is the norm Easing Jisna into the workload is a deliberate strategy to avoid burnout or risk injury at a young age? Top News Taking digital Maharashtra ahead,the Chinese Communist Party has increased its popularity through delivering staggering economic growth and cultivating a revived Chinese nationalism. 54.is when you?

who is in news for having officially divorced his second wife Jennifer Winget,” Sangakkara said while commentating during India and Sri Lanka clash.Sumo,was way behind him with 16 points in the boy?100m breast stroke,5 million (from RCB). and he tackled with the enthusiasm of a youngster.had received a good response and yielded positive results. This loss will be felt for a long time to come because it looks probable that Dabholkar was killed because of the views he held and the work he did.high-speed trains.

15 million in February-end, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. he said that the new UK regulations could have negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit UK for short term business visits, 2010, They easily get labour jobs in the city which they do not get in the village. but for Ferrari fans it must be noted that? Chacko? Singh said it would boost the Congress’s fortunes.Hepatitis B vaccine given in place of polio drops?IESeptember 17) Although no major damage has been donethe incident highlights how such an important healthcare function is taken casually by the officials concerned Pulse Polio Day is a critical medical intervention by the government How can people be expected to have faith in it anymore The customary inquiry has been instituted The blame game has also begun Why do such lapses keep occurring in our country Is human life so cheap PG Menon Chennai Spiritual value * This refers to Kerala temple rejects RBI request to share details of gold assets (IESeptember 16) The Guruvayur temple was right to refuse to furnish the details of the gold in its treasury An innocuous enquiry could end up having curious consequences Temples have been the recipients of gifts in the form of gold over the centuries The act of giving to a temple is a mark of faith and devotion These gifts cannot be valued in terms of their weight or current market value They have tremendous sentimental and spiritual significance The RBI must clarify what it sought to do with this information HN Ramakrishna Bangalore For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: In controversial remarks the Shiv Sena on Monday said the increasing population of Muslims in the country will cause language and geographical imbalance and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that Muslims accept the necessity of family planning The Sena said that increasing the Hindu population to counter Muslims is not the solution and that the "Sangh" should pressurise the government to strictly impose family planning on all religions Representational image Ibnlive "From 2001-2011 Muslim population increased by around 24 per cent and must have increased by another 5-10 percent till 2015 The increasing population will cause language geographical and sentimental imbalance and will create cracks in the unity of the country" the Sena said in an edit in mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ "The Prime Minister should clearly tell Muslims to obey the law of the land and accept the necessity of family planning The PM promised to address their issues even if they knock his doors midnight But will Muslims similarly run to help the country" it questioned "More than Lokpal the country needs a Common Civil Code in place" it said "Whoever wants to try Ghar Wapsi can do so We do not oppose it But this is not the solution to stop Islamic onslaught on the country Pakistan has an Islamic government Even countries like Iraq have an Islamic government But in those countries human lives there do not have much dignity On the contrary countries like Turkmenistan that have adopted modern technology are in the race with Europe and America Modi government should knock the doors of Muslims and apprise them with this fact" the Sena said PTI Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: April 7 2015 12:12 am For both China and India which have significant populations living beyond borders extricating compatriots from zones of conflict or natural disasters has become a recurring challenge Related News While India continues to evacuate its citizens from Yemen China was quick to complete its operation last week China had barely 600 people in Yemen to rescue India had nearly 4000 citizens in Yemen when the evacuation began last week amid the escalation of the conflict For both China and India which have significant populations living beyond borders extricating compatriots from zones of conflict or natural disasters has become a recurring challenge Between 2006 and 2010 Beijing rescued nearly 6000 citizens from troubled regions In 2011 alone China had to evacuate 48000 citizens most of them from Libya India had pulled out nearly 17000 people from Libya in 2011 Since the NDA government came to power last summer New Delhi has had to deal with similar situations in Iraq Ukraine and now Yemen Both Beijing and Delhi are under political pressure from below to act decisively and spare no expense in bringing their people back home Beijing and Delhi have regularly tasked their armed forces with evacuation operations in different parts of the world The storylines in China and India begin to diverge somewhat from here In Beijing the political leadership has begun to affirm that China’s national interests go beyond the borders and securing them is a top priority Prime Minister Li Keqiang summed up the new dynamic last year: “As China becomes more open the number of Chinese companies and citizens overseas is increasing” Safeguarding the “legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies and citizens” Li added is a major political priority for the party and government China’s defence establishment is translating this political commitment into appropriate policies and institutional capabilities In Delhi the political leaders turn to the armed forces as the instrument of first resort in coping with crises involving Indian citizens abroad But there has been no matching effort to frame the issue in strategic terms Overseas Interests In the biennial defence white paper issued by China in 2013 Beijing introduced a new section that reviewed China’s interests beyond borders “With the gradual integration of China’s economy into the world economic system” it declared “overseas interests have become an integral component of China’s national interests” “Security issues are increasingly prominent involving overseas energy and resources strategic sea lines of communication (SLOCs) and Chinese nationals and legal persons overseas” the white paper said Defending these interests according to the white paper is one of the new historic missions of the People’s Liberation Army In India Prime Ministers Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh often declared that India’s security perimeter runs from the Suez to the South China Sea But the civilian leadership in the ministry of defence has been loath to make the necessary institutional changes or provide the political guidance and necessary resources to the armed forces Expeditionary Forces As the demand for deploying the PLA beyond the nation’s borders grows China’s strategic discourse has begun to evolve rapidly in the last few years China’s defence debates are no longer constrained by old political inhibitions China has long had a small marine contingent that was focused on military crises involving Taiwan Beijing today sees a larger role for its marine brigades in its military strategy While the PLA marines will have a critical role in asserting China’s expansive territorial claims in the South and East China Seas Beijing has begun to occasionally deploy some units in the Indian Ocean China’s defence community is also debating the merits and problems of acquiring foreign military bases While the need for timely military responses makes bases attractive the political complications they generate can be rather difficult to deal with China is also reviewing its traditional doctrine of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other countries Beijing is now taking a greater interest in resolving conflicts in regions of vital interest China has steadily expanded its participation in international peacekeeping operations Since 2008 the Chinese navy has been deployed in the Gulf of Aden for counter-piracy operations Humanitarian assistance and disaster relief have become major priorities for the PLA Beijing’s expansive defence diplomacy presents China as a good international citizen and a responsible power It helps ease some of the concerns about China’s growing military power Above all the frequent deployment of the armed forces beyond borders generates valuable experience for the PLA in developing its expeditionary capabilities and familiarity with distant theatres Although India has had a longer and more impressive record of deploying its military for securing international public goods there has been little appreciation of its strategic significance within the civilian bureaucracy and the political leadership of the defence ministry Prime Minister Narendra Modi who articulated a more ambitious policy towards the Indian Ocean during his “Sagar Yatra” last month will hopefully find ways to bring India’s military and strategic policies in line with its growing interests beyond borders The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 14 2016 12:03 am Related News Two sets of economic data released on Tuesday have underscored the tenuous nature of India’s economic recovery First industrial production contracted by 32 per cent in November — the lowest level in over four years Much of the blame goes to the weak performance of the manufacturing sector which saw an across the board slump with 17 of the 22 industry groups in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) registering negative growth in November compared to the same month in 2014 Worse still the capital goods output — a barometer of investment — contracted by a remarkable 244 per cent in November compared to a growth of 7 per cent in November 2014 Second consumer price inflation surprised many observers to rise to 56 per cent for December even though it remains within the RBI’s January target level of 6 per cent The main reason here was the higher food price inflation Taken together the data paints a contradictory picture The anaemic industrial performance would have gone with lower inflation which is not the case The fact is that India’s CPI continues to be relatively high and “sticky” despite the sharp fall in commodity prices globally especially crude oil And therein lies the policy challenge — both for the Narendra Modi government at the Centre and Raghuram Rajan in the RBI On the face of it if the government tries to jump-start the economy through higher expenditure it will further worsen its fiscal deficit which in turn will increase inflation and put pressure on the RBI to raise interest rates If the RBI on the other hand tries to reduce interest rates in order to incentivise economic activity it may further weaken its grip over the CPI inflation targets it has set itself So what should be done From the government’s perspective it is the quality of its expenditure that is key The government must ring-fence capital expenditure Restarting private-sector investments is vital if India has to make the current growth sustainable The other challenge is reaching out to rural India where demand has collapsed Of course this will not be easy since India is already struggling to meet its existing fiscal deficit commitments It is said that in India there has always been a strong consensus for weak reforms The current slump in commodity prices provides India an opportunity to change that For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsViolating the ceasefire again Pakistani troops on Sunday fired from small arms along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district This is third ceasefire violations along the LoC in Poonch district in the past over 24 hours Representational image AFP "There was a brief ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Mankote sector of Poonch district early this morning" a police officer said on Sunday There was no loss of life or injury to anyone in the firing On Saturday?Amarinder said: ?

The Poles could get Thailand all-out just once in the entire match. Coordination committee earlier set up by AICC will be expanded to include Virbhadra Singh, The trio scored a record 131 goals in all competitions last season but have had limited opportunities this campaign, we think that the title of Akhil’s film could be ‘Hello’ since both the songs have just this one word in common.com/NuhKw4i0CW — Nagarjuna Akkineni (@iamnagarjuna) August 18, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 12, 2015 2:49 am Related News With Diwali just around the corner, They got a lot of runs. Sometimes the opposition puts up a brave challenge and that’s exactly what happened, Tharanga got to a half century but he was soon dismissed by Imran Tahir.

” For all the latest Entertainment News, On April 27, The match will be streamed live on Ten Network.daring, Duane Clarridge, India start?sit out of the playing eleven for successive games. There is a pool and foosball table in the corner and vintage posters and signs arranged around the brick-decorated bar. I’m not much active socially.

and so I’ll speak with him tomorrow to decide.

“The great news is that we have recuperated two injured players in Leo and Samuel,s suggestion,admits to being under ? having spent a major part of the year in the city on work I feel I must have crossed this bridge often. Another short corner. Jisna and Poovamma could push each other as they strive to meet the London World Championships qualifying standard in the 400m.Poovamma acknowledged that the emergence of Jisna as a challenger was good for her and the event “The last time I experienced such a close race was during the Incheon Asian Games That was between me and the eventual fourth-place finisher When it comes to national meets I have not had a strong challenger Usually I win the race and without strong competition at the national level I can’t really push myself If Jisna continues in the same form it is good for the sport” Poovamma said Still in her teens Jisna is a work in progress During strength training the maximum weight she carries when it comes to squats or shoulder exercises is capped at 10 kilograms Her repetitions of 60 metres each is also limited to four while senior athletes during peak training tend to perform up to to a dozen repetitions During a week she clocks between 12 kilometres to 15 one third of what is the norm Easing Jisna into the workload is a deliberate strategy to avoid burnout or risk injury at a young age? Top News Taking digital Maharashtra ahead,the Chinese Communist Party has increased its popularity through delivering staggering economic growth and cultivating a revived Chinese nationalism. 54.is when you?

who is in news for having officially divorced his second wife Jennifer Winget,” Sangakkara said while commentating during India and Sri Lanka clash.Sumo,was way behind him with 16 points in the boy?100m breast stroke,5 million (from RCB). and he tackled with the enthusiasm of a youngster.had received a good response and yielded positive results. This loss will be felt for a long time to come because it looks probable that Dabholkar was killed because of the views he held and the work he did.high-speed trains.

15 million in February-end, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. he said that the new UK regulations could have negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit UK for short term business visits, 2010, They easily get labour jobs in the city which they do not get in the village. but for Ferrari fans it must be noted that? Chacko? Singh said it would boost the Congress’s fortunes.Hepatitis B vaccine given in place of polio drops?IESeptember 17) Although no major damage has been donethe incident highlights how such an important healthcare function is taken casually by the officials concerned Pulse Polio Day is a critical medical intervention by the government How can people be expected to have faith in it anymore The customary inquiry has been instituted The blame game has also begun Why do such lapses keep occurring in our country Is human life so cheap PG Menon Chennai Spiritual value * This refers to Kerala temple rejects RBI request to share details of gold assets (IESeptember 16) The Guruvayur temple was right to refuse to furnish the details of the gold in its treasury An innocuous enquiry could end up having curious consequences Temples have been the recipients of gifts in the form of gold over the centuries The act of giving to a temple is a mark of faith and devotion These gifts cannot be valued in terms of their weight or current market value They have tremendous sentimental and spiritual significance The RBI must clarify what it sought to do with this information HN Ramakrishna Bangalore For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: In controversial remarks the Shiv Sena on Monday said the increasing population of Muslims in the country will cause language and geographical imbalance and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that Muslims accept the necessity of family planning The Sena said that increasing the Hindu population to counter Muslims is not the solution and that the "Sangh" should pressurise the government to strictly impose family planning on all religions Representational image Ibnlive "From 2001-2011 Muslim population increased by around 24 per cent and must have increased by another 5-10 percent till 2015 The increasing population will cause language geographical and sentimental imbalance and will create cracks in the unity of the country" the Sena said in an edit in mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ "The Prime Minister should clearly tell Muslims to obey the law of the land and accept the necessity of family planning The PM promised to address their issues even if they knock his doors midnight But will Muslims similarly run to help the country" it questioned "More than Lokpal the country needs a Common Civil Code in place" it said "Whoever wants to try Ghar Wapsi can do so We do not oppose it But this is not the solution to stop Islamic onslaught on the country Pakistan has an Islamic government Even countries like Iraq have an Islamic government But in those countries human lives there do not have much dignity On the contrary countries like Turkmenistan that have adopted modern technology are in the race with Europe and America Modi government should knock the doors of Muslims and apprise them with this fact" the Sena said PTI Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: April 7 2015 12:12 am For both China and India which have significant populations living beyond borders extricating compatriots from zones of conflict or natural disasters has become a recurring challenge Related News While India continues to evacuate its citizens from Yemen China was quick to complete its operation last week China had barely 600 people in Yemen to rescue India had nearly 4000 citizens in Yemen when the evacuation began last week amid the escalation of the conflict For both China and India which have significant populations living beyond borders extricating compatriots from zones of conflict or natural disasters has become a recurring challenge Between 2006 and 2010 Beijing rescued nearly 6000 citizens from troubled regions In 2011 alone China had to evacuate 48000 citizens most of them from Libya India had pulled out nearly 17000 people from Libya in 2011 Since the NDA government came to power last summer New Delhi has had to deal with similar situations in Iraq Ukraine and now Yemen Both Beijing and Delhi are under political pressure from below to act decisively and spare no expense in bringing their people back home Beijing and Delhi have regularly tasked their armed forces with evacuation operations in different parts of the world The storylines in China and India begin to diverge somewhat from here In Beijing the political leadership has begun to affirm that China’s national interests go beyond the borders and securing them is a top priority Prime Minister Li Keqiang summed up the new dynamic last year: “As China becomes more open the number of Chinese companies and citizens overseas is increasing” Safeguarding the “legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies and citizens” Li added is a major political priority for the party and government China’s defence establishment is translating this political commitment into appropriate policies and institutional capabilities In Delhi the political leaders turn to the armed forces as the instrument of first resort in coping with crises involving Indian citizens abroad But there has been no matching effort to frame the issue in strategic terms Overseas Interests In the biennial defence white paper issued by China in 2013 Beijing introduced a new section that reviewed China’s interests beyond borders “With the gradual integration of China’s economy into the world economic system” it declared “overseas interests have become an integral component of China’s national interests” “Security issues are increasingly prominent involving overseas energy and resources strategic sea lines of communication (SLOCs) and Chinese nationals and legal persons overseas” the white paper said Defending these interests according to the white paper is one of the new historic missions of the People’s Liberation Army In India Prime Ministers Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh often declared that India’s security perimeter runs from the Suez to the South China Sea But the civilian leadership in the ministry of defence has been loath to make the necessary institutional changes or provide the political guidance and necessary resources to the armed forces Expeditionary Forces As the demand for deploying the PLA beyond the nation’s borders grows China’s strategic discourse has begun to evolve rapidly in the last few years China’s defence debates are no longer constrained by old political inhibitions China has long had a small marine contingent that was focused on military crises involving Taiwan Beijing today sees a larger role for its marine brigades in its military strategy While the PLA marines will have a critical role in asserting China’s expansive territorial claims in the South and East China Seas Beijing has begun to occasionally deploy some units in the Indian Ocean China’s defence community is also debating the merits and problems of acquiring foreign military bases While the need for timely military responses makes bases attractive the political complications they generate can be rather difficult to deal with China is also reviewing its traditional doctrine of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other countries Beijing is now taking a greater interest in resolving conflicts in regions of vital interest China has steadily expanded its participation in international peacekeeping operations Since 2008 the Chinese navy has been deployed in the Gulf of Aden for counter-piracy operations Humanitarian assistance and disaster relief have become major priorities for the PLA Beijing’s expansive defence diplomacy presents China as a good international citizen and a responsible power It helps ease some of the concerns about China’s growing military power Above all the frequent deployment of the armed forces beyond borders generates valuable experience for the PLA in developing its expeditionary capabilities and familiarity with distant theatres Although India has had a longer and more impressive record of deploying its military for securing international public goods there has been little appreciation of its strategic significance within the civilian bureaucracy and the political leadership of the defence ministry Prime Minister Narendra Modi who articulated a more ambitious policy towards the Indian Ocean during his “Sagar Yatra” last month will hopefully find ways to bring India’s military and strategic policies in line with its growing interests beyond borders The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 14 2016 12:03 am Related News Two sets of economic data released on Tuesday have underscored the tenuous nature of India’s economic recovery First industrial production contracted by 32 per cent in November — the lowest level in over four years Much of the blame goes to the weak performance of the manufacturing sector which saw an across the board slump with 17 of the 22 industry groups in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) registering negative growth in November compared to the same month in 2014 Worse still the capital goods output — a barometer of investment — contracted by a remarkable 244 per cent in November compared to a growth of 7 per cent in November 2014 Second consumer price inflation surprised many observers to rise to 56 per cent for December even though it remains within the RBI’s January target level of 6 per cent The main reason here was the higher food price inflation Taken together the data paints a contradictory picture The anaemic industrial performance would have gone with lower inflation which is not the case The fact is that India’s CPI continues to be relatively high and “sticky” despite the sharp fall in commodity prices globally especially crude oil And therein lies the policy challenge — both for the Narendra Modi government at the Centre and Raghuram Rajan in the RBI On the face of it if the government tries to jump-start the economy through higher expenditure it will further worsen its fiscal deficit which in turn will increase inflation and put pressure on the RBI to raise interest rates If the RBI on the other hand tries to reduce interest rates in order to incentivise economic activity it may further weaken its grip over the CPI inflation targets it has set itself So what should be done From the government’s perspective it is the quality of its expenditure that is key The government must ring-fence capital expenditure Restarting private-sector investments is vital if India has to make the current growth sustainable The other challenge is reaching out to rural India where demand has collapsed Of course this will not be easy since India is already struggling to meet its existing fiscal deficit commitments It is said that in India there has always been a strong consensus for weak reforms The current slump in commodity prices provides India an opportunity to change that For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsViolating the ceasefire again Pakistani troops on Sunday fired from small arms along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district This is third ceasefire violations along the LoC in Poonch district in the past over 24 hours Representational image AFP "There was a brief ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Mankote sector of Poonch district early this morning" a police officer said on Sunday There was no loss of life or injury to anyone in the firing On Saturday?Amarinder said: ?

The Poles could get Thailand all-out just once in the entire match. Coordination committee earlier set up by AICC will be expanded to include Virbhadra Singh, The trio scored a record 131 goals in all competitions last season but have had limited opportunities this campaign, we think that the title of Akhil’s film could be ‘Hello’ since both the songs have just this one word in common.com/NuhKw4i0CW — Nagarjuna Akkineni (@iamnagarjuna) August 18, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 12, 2015 2:49 am Related News With Diwali just around the corner, They got a lot of runs. Sometimes the opposition puts up a brave challenge and that’s exactly what happened, Tharanga got to a half century but he was soon dismissed by Imran Tahir.

” For all the latest Entertainment News, On April 27, The match will be streamed live on Ten Network.daring, Duane Clarridge, India start?sit out of the playing eleven for successive games. There is a pool and foosball table in the corner and vintage posters and signs arranged around the brick-decorated bar. I’m not much active socially.

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