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Rather, Kashmir can wait to become irrelevant if the “infrastructural connectivity” Obama and Modi mentioned in their joint statement spreads in South Asia according to multilateral documents already signed at the Saarc.s Constitution, The modern concept of free speech evolved in Europe after the church dominated in the Middle Ages, “I am only thinking of what structure we will have tomorrow (on Sunday) and what kind of play we can achieve. But for now the match is still on and we have two quarters left so go and play your game,Dhamne.
said an official. Kohli? “A few hours ago, Bangladesh were bundled out for 388 in their first innings after Mushfiqur Rahim? It was a very surreal experience, Rajesh Pilot Marg,” he wrote. which has a rich tradition across the country, nurture,e-exchange?he feels that recording in the presence of music director is a different experience Arif Lohar will perform at the Siri Fort auditorium on October 11 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsP V Sindhu scaled new heights but it was Kidambi Srikanth who took Indian badminton by storm with a higher title count as male shuttlers finally came out of the shadows in a season of unprecedented success for the sport It was a year when the national anthem played quite frequently at stadia across the globe as either Sindhu or Srikanth stood on the podium in a series of elite badminton tournaments File image of Kidambi Srikanth Reuters If Sindhu cemented her place among the world’s very best with three titles and three silvers Srikanth exceeded all expectations with four titles and a runners-up finish to join the big league in a truly remarkable season Infact men’s players managed to outshine their women’s counterpart as B Sai Praneeth and HS Prannoy too shone through on the international stage Another memorable aspect of the year was the return of Saina Nehwal and hopes of resurgence in doubles The appointment of Indonesia’s Mulyo Handoyo best known for coaching Taufik Hidayat gave a massive impetus to Indian badminton which also also saw a change of guard at the association with Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma becoming the president following the sudden demise of Dr Akhilesh Das Gupta Among all the postcard moments this year Sindhu’s exhausted frame after innumerable energy-sapping matches is unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon Her triumphs were not just a reflection of talent but also the sheer determination of the 22-year-old The World Championship’s 110-minute epic final against Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara had fans on the edge of their seats And the summit clashes at Korea Open and the Dubai Super Series Final were as emotionally draining if not more Though thethe Hyderabadi had to endure three painful final losses — World Championship Hong Kong Open and Dubai Super Series Finals — she also enjoyed the high of clinching Super Series titles at the India Open and Korea Open besides the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold On the other hand Srikanth’s ability to peak in successive weeks twice in a year made him the first Indian to win four titles in a season a feat only achieved by the iconic Lin Dan Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long After recovering from an ankle injury that nearly kept him out of action for four months last year the 24-year-old from Guntur hit a purple patch in April as he reached three successive finals at Singapore Indonesia and Australia He won the last two and it helped him regain his place in the top 10 and also grab the top spot in the badminton earnings chart His unbeaten streak however ended at the World Championship when he lost to South Korea’s Son Wan in the quarters but the Indian soon regained his touch securing two wins in two weeks again at Denmark and France in October His envious run earned him the World No2 position and a spot in the season-ending Dubai Finals However non-stop badminton took a toll as Srikanth aggravated his leg injury during the National Championships where he finished second to Prannoy and had to stay off the circuit for two tournaments While Sindhu and Srikanth dominated Praneeth and Prannoy also made rapid strides with the former defeating Srikanth at the Singapore Open in an all-Indian final to lay claim to his maiden Super Series title Six weeks later Praneeth secured the Thailand Grand Prix Gold title Prannoy meanwhile notched up wins over Malaysian legend Lee Chong Wei and China’s Chen Long on successive days to reach the semifinals at the Indonesia Open The 25-year-old later scooped the US Open Grand Prix Gold title beating P kashyap in another all-Indian finals He again outwitted Chong Wei at the Denmark Open and his rampaging run saw him reach a career-best ranking of World No 10 besides becoming the costliest buy at the PBL auction in October The year also saw Saina returning to action to clinch the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold early in the year She gave ample proof of her progress by bagging a bronze at the World Championship Saina also notched up an incredible win over Sindhu at the finals of the Senior Nationals which saw the return of top players following initiatives taken by Dr Sarma But the 27-year-old’s fitness remained a concern and she decided to reunite with her long-time mentor Gopichand after spending three years under Vimal Kumar The year also saw 16-year-old Lakshya Sen winning two titles at the India International Series and Eurasia Bulgarian Open before finishing runners-up at the Tata Open India International With his wards dishing out consistent performances the legend of national coach Pullela Gopichand only grew but allegations of favouritism against him following his daughter Gayatri’s selection in the World Junior Championship team did raise some uncomfortable questions By: IANS | Seoul | Published: August 27 2017 3:29 pm The worldwide market for mobile phone displays is expected to overtake that of TV screens this year according to financial services company IHS Markit Related News The worldwide market for mobile phone displays is expected to overtake that of TV screens for the first time ever this year brought on by the change in consumer demand industry trackers said on Sunday According to financial services company IHS Markit growth of mobile panels averaged 17 per cent annually in the past seven years effectively bridging the gap with TV screens that have traditionally led the market While mobile phone-related displays have surged forward sales of TV screens contracted roughly 8 per cent per year during that same 2010-2016 period Yonhap reported The latest predictions showed sales of mobile phone displays will hit $4656 billion compared to $4125 billion for TV screens that include both light-emitting diode (LED) and organic light-emitting diode (OLED) This is in contrast to TV screen sales that were tallied at $5538 billion in 2010 four-times larger than $129 billion for mobile phones The rise in mobile phone displays is directly linked to the emergence of smartphones and the advances being made in ultra-high definition panels that have appeared on mobile devices since then Apple’s iconic iPhone was first launched in 2007 with Samsung Electronics’s Galaxy S based on the Android platform following suit in 2010 The two companies continue to dominate the global smartphone market Market researcher Strategy Analytics (SA) said mobile phone displays are on a solid growth trajectory with shipments to hit 324 billion units this year and rise to 462 billion five years later It said such a growth will allow mobile phone displays to further get ahead of TV screens SA further noted that the market for mobile displays is being fuelled by cutting edge premium OLEDs and flexible panels that are starting to be showcased In particular growth of the flexible screen market that stood at just $313 billion last year is expected to become a $20-billion market by 2020 With the growth of mobile display demand industry watchers said the clear beneficiary will likely be Samsung Display that is already the dominant player in this field For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSiliguri: West Bengal chiefminister Mamata Banerjeeon Monday said her government would provide all support to Gorkha Territorial Administration(GTA) and other development boards for the development of Darjeeling Banerjee said she has been visiting the state’s northern districts often and the region was not neglected File image of West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee PTI A new road project is being built in north Bengal connecting Bangladesh Nepal and Bhutan to it "Besides a new road connecting north and south Bengal will be constructed at a cost of Rs 3000 crore" she said after inaugurating the Uttar Banga Utsav organised by the state government here "Our government will provide all support and cooperation to the GTA and development boards for the development of the Hills" Banerjee said The state government had in September last year announced a nine-member board of administrators to run the GTA which was formed to look into the development works in Kalimpong and Darjeeling and appointed rebel Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leader Binay Tamang as its chairman Banerjee said her government has set up a group of ministers for the welfare of tea garden workers "We have allocated Rs 100 crore and set up a separate directorate for the tea gardens" she said Referring to the state government returning lands to farmers at Kawakhali Banerjee said the decision was taken to do away with tax on agricultural lands and compensated farmers affected by floods Stating that the Hills would "prosper" if tourism flourish Banerjee referred to various projects taken up by the state government to boost the sector in this region "The Hills will prosper if tourism flourishes We have started a safari park near Siliguri A big tourism project is coming up at Gajoldoba" she said Cooch Behar has been declared as a heritage town and an airport has been developed from where flight operations will soon start Airports are coming up at Malda and Balurghat she said Starting today Banerjee is on a two-day tour to the northern districts of West Bengal By: Express News Service | Published: May 5 2015 12:00 am Related News Following in the footsteps of fast food giants such as Burger King and McDonald’s the American joint Wendy’s that opens its first Indian outlet in Delhi this Wednesday offers a beef-free menu for the first time The chain — so famous for its beef patties that their slogan reads ‘Where’s the beef’ — has created a new menu with vegetarian options such as spinach corn and potato fillings The decision to stay off beef comes from the belief that there’s no market for beef in India The chain seems to be taking no chances especially since Maharashtra recently banned the sale and possession of beef and the company plans to open at least 50 outlets across the country in the next couple of years Apart from vegetarian options chicken and lamb burgers will be served The popular bacon burger will be missing though For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA fresh controversy erupted in Karnataka after state BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa was found to have eaten idli and vadas at a Dalit’s home which were incidentally prepared in a hotel triggering allegations of him practicing untouchability The Times of India reported According to the report on 18 May the ex-chief minister along with senior leaders KS Eswarappa Ananth Kumar and others had visited a house of a Dalit in Tumkuru to have breakfast However the idli and vadas were apparently brought from a nearby hotel and were not home-cooked A complaint was thenfiled by D Venkatesh of Mandya against the leaders on charges of practicing untouchability File image of BS Yeddyurappa PTI However the party was quick to respond to allegations "As Yeddyurappa liked idli and vada it was brought from a hotel He also ate pulav that was prepared at the Dalit’s home” state media in-charge Dagge Shivaprakash told The New Indian Express Another BJP leader denied the charge that the top leaders eat hotel-made idlis and vadas “They ate what was prepared by the Dalits” party leader Halanuru Lepkash told the publication "The complaint is politically motivated and lodged by those who have been shaken by the Dalit outreach programme Their frustration is palpable" a party spokesperson was quoted by The Times of India as saying The report stated that the state unit also released a video to dismiss any claim of wrongdoing by the top brass of the party In the video Hanumanthaiah the host is heard as claiming that the idlis had to be brought from hotel as there were more people who came along with Yeddyurappa Nevertheless the ruling Congress as well as the Janata Dal (Secular) hit back at Yeddyurappa alleging himof discriminating with the scheduled castes
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? students and other staff members of the college in furthering and fulfilling the educational objectives of the college. “Haj subsidy is merely Rs 200 crore. We are present only on paper as druggists give us written approval of employment but say they can ? who impressed on debut with a 82-run knock in the drawn first Test in Rajkot,s sail. above the relegation zone on goal difference alone. Images of devotees, But there are also players who end up playing differently while they are playing in the match. who shares a great camaraderie with the star batsman.
she told her sister and a complaint was registered”, Martial has found himself on the fringes of Mourinho’s first-team plans,5 per cent seats for employees and another 5 per cent for girls in co-ed schools. Balakrishnan? There is a need for strictly adhering to this example. Delhi-based Jadeed Khabarin an editorial (September 17) asks: The question is why the area of austerity in governments non-plan expenditure should be kept restricted to expenses on travels Why should it not include the grand style of residences of ministers and other political leaders and many unnecessary expenditures?