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A. corruption and maladministration were. said the? a mother of triplets, which will assess all major decisions.Mexico City hosted the 66th FIFA Congress where newlyelected president Gianni Infantino moved a slew of resolutionsand promised massive reforms London:Antonio Conte praised the depth of his Chelsea squad after they eased into the last 16 of the FA Cup with a 4-0 win over Brentford as he toldthe Premier League leaders to prepare for tougher challenges ahead Branislav Ivanovic in what could be his final appearance for the Blues if a reported move away from Stamford Bridge takes place in the closing days of the January transfer window scored one goal and created another in a 30-minute substitute appearance File photo of Antonio Conte Reuters By the time of Ivanovic’s 69th-minute goal Chelsea were already 2-0 up thanks to early first-half efforts from Willian and Pedro Michy Batshuayi completed the scoring with a penalty nine minutes from time Conte rang the changes ahead of Tuesday’s league match at Liverpool and the Chelsea manager said: "To win away at Liverpool is never easy and we lost the game against them here "It will be a really tough game but after that it will be 15 games to the finish line and you want to continue going this way to keep them in the distance" he added of a Liverpool side who are currently 10 points behind Chelsea and will go into Tuesday’s match on the back of being knocked out of the FA Cup by second-tier Wolves "They can fight to the end" Italian boss Conte insisted Chelsea have now won 10 successive home games but Pedro and Cesar Azipilicueta were the only likely members of the Blues starting side at Anfield that featured against fellow west London club Brentford But the second string still proved too strong for the Championship team who had no answer to the pace and movement of the hosts ‘Idea of football’ "The FA Cup is a good opportunity to see the improvement of these young players" said Conte "I am satisfied with what I saw today "All the players are totally involved in our idea of football — in our project It’s very important for me "For instance to score a goal is always important for a forward Michy works very hard for the team and is improving" he added Chelsea and Brentford last met in 2013 with the Blues needing a replay at the same stage of the FA Cup to see off the Bees A repeat never looked likely on Saturday Chelsea had scored in their last 40 FA Cup ties stretching back to 2000 and they continued that run through Willian’s early free-kick Pedro struck before the break and then Ivanovic got into the act before the Serbia defender was fouled for the penalty converted by Batshuayi "I’m pleased for Ivan to score a goal and it’s important to evaluate a lot of things" said Conte who was coy over Ivanovic’s future "This season he is not playing a lot with us It’s not easy to accept this decision but he knows the situation Players must make the best decision for him and his family and I’m ready to accept every decision "He deserves great respect for his Chelsea career and he has won a lot" Brentford’s biggest task now is to decide whether striker Scott Hogan is given the green light to join West Ham Hogan is rated at 15 million ($19 million 176 million euros) but West Ham have yet to meet the valuation of fellow London club Brentford "I have no idea what’s happening with him" said Brentford manager Dean Smith who brought Hogan off the bench in the 64th minute against Chelsea "I fear interest all the time and I don’t know if his valuation will be met If it’s not then he will remain a Brentford player" Written by Ram Madhav | Published: June 7 2014 1:06 am PM Modi has proved that he understands the external affairs department well enough (Source: Reuters) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign relations innings began with a bang with the invitation to heads of the SAARC countries for his swearing-in The resounding success of that initiative can be gauged from the fact that all but one head of state/ government turned up for the event making it an international relations coup of sorts Through this deft move PM Modi proved that he understands the external affairs department well enough He is not all that new to other countries and their leaders As chief minister and even earlier as a party leader he had visited several countries including China Japan and the US His home state became a destination for countless world leaders during his stewardship and he regularly rubbed shoulders with the high and mighty from more than a hundred countries during the Vibrant Gujarat summit and other events His cabinet colleague and minister for external affairs Sushma Swaraj too is no novice to the subject As leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha she had had the opportunity to interact with a number of senior world leaders including US President Barack Obama Her recent visits to Singapore and Sri Lanka as the leader of the BJP showed her grip on foreign affairs Leaders of those countries fondly remember their association with her even to this day Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s participation in the swearing-in has raised big hopes in the diplomatic circles in both countries India and Pakistan have had chequered relations from day one Moreover the BJP is seen as a hardline party when it comes to relations with Pakistan Given that scenario it is natural that a lot of discussion took place on whether Modi and Sharif would kickstart a new era in vexed bilateral ties This feverish enthusiasm is understandable Many Indians have for several decades been obsessed with Pakistan For them the benchmark of success of our international relations is our relationship with Pakistan They fail to appreciate that India is miles ahead of its failed western neighbour They also fail to realise that Sharif is not the right man to deliver anything As Ayaz Amir pointed out in his latest article in The News while Manmohan Singh took 10 years to fail Sharif may need just two years to collapse Already the all-powerful Pakistan army and the mercenaries of the ISI are baying for his blood As Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai pointed out the attack on the Indian consulate in Herat by ISI cronies on the very day of Modi’s swearing-in was more a warning to Sharif than to India However the Modi government should realise that the real foreign policy challenge comes not from Pakistan but from China India and China have been uneasy neighbours for longer years than India and Pakistan Unlike Pakistan China is a big and successful country On the eve of the visit of China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi the Indian government should revisit its China policy The Indian leadership should understand one basic truth It hardly matters in China’s context as to how many times our leaders have visited China or vice versa The notion that diplomacy is all about proximity doesn’t hold any water in China’s context Nehru to Nixon had good experience of it What plagues our foreign policy with regard to China is the utter lack of knowledge about the Himalayan neighbour in our country With Pakistan our obsession is security whereas with China we are overawed by the talk of development there Ordinary individuals and ministers alike look at China only through the prism of its development and fail to appreciate the complex civilisational traits of that country All neighbours are not alike China is certainly not like any other neighbour China is not just a country or a government; it is a civilisation To understand China our leader should better understand their civilisational behaviour We should know Sun Tzu’s Art of War; we should study Confucius China’s policy behaviour is largely shaped by its civilisational experience Diplomacy for them is an art of deception In 1954 India and China proclaimed Panchsheel as the basis of our relations Successive Indian leaders including AB Vajpayee never missed the opportunity to refer to Panchsheel and “peaceful coexistence” as enshrined in it in bilateral talks No wonder if the present leadership is also forced to continue the ritual by MEA mandarins But we forget that the obituary of Panchsheel was written by Mao in 1962 itself when he told Zhou Enlai that India and China should practise not “peaceful coexistence” but “armed coexistence” Another important aspect of China to be borne in mind is that as in Pakistan the military plays an important role in China too The Central Military Commission the all-powerful body that controls the Chinese military reports to the Communist Party of China more than to the government of China While we deal with the government leadership on various bilateral issues we can’t overlook the fact that the view of the military on various cross-border issues is also significant The Indian government enjoys one advantage in India-China relations that of the ignorance of the masses in India about the complexities involved in it In the case of Pakistan the people of India are very aware of the sensitivities forcing government’s options to a limited few However in the case of China no such constraint in the form of popular backlash is going to happen The very fact that while there were animated debates over whether Nawaz Sharif should have been invited to the swearing-in ceremony there is no such commotion with regard to the phone call or proposed visit of the premier of China within the next few months proves this point But the government must understand that this popular approval born of a lack of knowledge can be dangerous if it decides to take things easy with China Madhav is a member of the Central Executive RSS and the author of ‘Uneasy Neighbours: India and China after Fifty Years of the War’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: March 16 2017 2:25 pm Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine in nine of those films including Logan Top News Hugh Jackman says he was initially unsure about the ending of Logan as he believed it would have been more powerful if Wolverine survived The 48-year-old actor makes his eighth and final appearance as the clawed mutant Wolverine in the recently released X-Men spin-off and has said he wasn’t sure about the movie’s final scenes when he first read the script reported Contactmusic In the movie Wolverine – also known as the titular Logan – meets a noble end when defending X-23 and her fellow young mutants from the Reavers and Jackman says he originally believed it would have been more powerful if he didn’t die Logan happens to be the 10th film in the X-Men series — making it the seventh-highest-grossing film franchise of all time Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine in nine of those films including Logan Neither of that is a reason to skip this one On the contrary there are lessons here in how to wrap up a film journey as Jackman has announced Logan is — the end of his time in the X-men universe The fantastic Australian actor presents Wolverine here as a rasping breathless tired version of himself dying physically as well as mentally as mutants such as him are forced into desert hideouts by a world that is targeting them When the film wants us to have a glimpse of the Wolverine of the past it finds a clever way to do that too “It was always floated that Logan would possibly die I said ‘Let’s be open because it may be more powerful for him not to die … James was always certain of that ending and he was right “Unlike a human character what’s most poignant for someone who is thought to be indestructible is him dying while saying ‘This is what it feels like’” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: The value of declared assets of BJP has increased from Rs 12293 crore in 2004-05 to Rs 89388 crore in 2015-16 while those of the Congress have risen from Rs 16735 crore to Rs 75879 crore according to the NGOs Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and Election Watch The value of assets of Trinamool Congress has seen a jump from Rs 025 crore to Rs 4499 crore during this 11-year period according to the figures released by ADR and Election Watch at a press conference quoting declarations by the parties before the Election Commission Representational image Reuters The total value of assets of CPM has increased during the period by 38347 percent from Rs 9055 crore to Rs 43778 crore ADR national coordinator Anil Verma said The increase in value of assets of CPI has been the lowest – from Rs 556 crore to Rs 1018 crore he said The value of the assets of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has gone up from Rs 4309 crore to Rs 55901 crore and that of Nationalist Congress Party from Rs 16 crore to Rs 1454 crore Verma said Verma said that declarations under ‘other assets’ are not easily verifiable "While details are specific under fixed assets loans and advances FDR/deposits TDS and investments details are not available about assets under the heading ‘other assets’ "The increase in assets of the seven national parties from 2004-05 to 2015-16 has had the highest rise under ‘other assets’ among all asset heads — from Rs 108655 crore to Rs 1605114 crore" Verma said "BJP has the highest capital at present after declaring Rs 868889 crore followed by Rs 55738 crore of BSP and Rs 43264 crore of CPI(M)" Verma said Lucknow:All India Majlis Ittehadul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has confirmed that the party willcontest the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections expected in early 2017 The announcement came during his back-to-back visits to Meerut and Agra on 6 and 7 July where he attended two iftaar parties during the current month of Ramzan Owaisi had first visited Lucknow during Ramzan last year and since then his requests to hold public meetings in cities in the state havebeen repeatedly rejected by the state administration on one pretext or the other PTI imageHe attended an iftaar party in Meerut on 6July and the second in Agra on 7July Both cities have a significant Muslim presence and on both occasions a big crowd comprising mostly of youth turned up to see and listen to him In Meerut the venue was Shahi Mahal a private building on Hapur road A big crowd mobbed Owaisi as he arrived at the venue creating a commotion but the police did little to restore order or to take Owaisi into a protective ring The commotion angered Owaisi who had to repeatedly shout at workers to be quiet and orderly In Agra the iftaar was held in the Dargaah Amir Abul Ula and Owaisi later moved to a restaurant on MG Road to address the media The change in programme was obviously a result of the unsavoury scenes in Meerut The gathering at the restaurant was comparatively smaller but the enthusiasm was no less In his address to his followers in Agra Owaisi targeted the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) saying it wanted to convert India into a Hindu state "While on one hand the RSS talks about organizing iftaar parties and on the other it reaffirms its commitment about making India a Hindu state This won’t do” he said Singling out Modi he said the Central government promised to release Rs 100 crore for modernisation of madrasas and the reportthat Maharashtra chief minister said he did not consider those studying at madrasas to be genuine students “It appears that the Maharashtra CM is working against his own PM” he commented He targeted the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh for refusing permission for his public meetings “Eleven meetings of my party had been cancelled because of lack of permission but we are committed to contest the 2017 Assembly elelction in UP” he said A day earlier in Meerut he announced that he would enter UP politics from Meerut “We will certainly contest the Assembly polls in 2017 although I cannot say how many seats we will contest” Owaisi told the gathering The SP government headed by Akhilesh Yadav remained his target as he said it has failed to fulfil any of its promises to the Muslims "There is no law and order in this state The SP and BJP are hand in glove behind the frequent communal clashes in the state We will restore rule of law in the state and ensure development in the state" Owaisi said He reserved abarb forMohammad Azam Khan saying that the senior UP minister had forgotten how under his government women were targeted and molested in Muzaffarnagar butno action had been taken in the case so far "He should first do something to improve law and order situation" he commented The UP convener of the AIMIM Shaukat Ali said that on both days Owaisi also met party workers sympathizers and followers from many western districts of the state The party had been denied permission to hold rallies in Allahabad Agra Meerut and Azamgarh Every time permission was initially granted but later withdrawn on the apprehension of breach of peace and disturbing communal harmony It was in July 2014that Owaisi had visited Lucknow during the month of Ramzan and met several community leaders He had also instructed party activists to strengthen the party’s membership drive across the state Besides the western districts the AIMIM is likely to focus on Azamgarh Gorakhpur Fatehpur Unnao and Varanasi Owaisi’s forays into UP have caused considerable unease among the top leaders of the Samajwadi Party although on the face of it the party dismisses him as of being little consequence However the big turnout at Owaisi’s meetings and the enthusiasm among the youth are considered a sign of the growing desire among at least one section of Muslims to look for an option beyond the SP The Bharatiya Janata Party on the other hand is quite elated at the possibility of a division in the Muslim community’s political commitment “It is a sign of the weakening hold of the Samajwadi Party over the minority community” a party leader said on condition of anonymity Owaisi is seen as a polarising figure and in the event of his growing presence in UP a communal and resultant electoral polarization is considered a distinct possibility By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 7 2017 3:55 am The Taj Mansingh Related News Three hotel properties in Lutyens’ Delhi — The Taj Mahal Hotel The Connaught Hotel and Hotel Asian International — will soon go under the hammer with the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) expected to start the tendering process this month officials said According to NDMC officials the decision to auction The Taj Mahal Hotel at 1 Mansingh Road The Connaught Hotel on Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road and Hotel Asian International on Janpath Lane was taken during the Council meeting Wednesday “The Council has given its nod unanimously to this effect in the meeting chaired by Delhi Chief Minister Shri Arvind Kejriwal” the NDMC said in an official statement Speaking to reporters NDMC vice-chairperson Karan Singh Tanwar said “The Council had deliberated on the proposal to auction three hotels Taj Mansingh Hotel Connaught and Asian Hotel for a period of 33 years on licence basis in its meeting held on August 21 28 and today September 6 2017” The Council maintained that the e-auction will be conducted though a public sector undertaking — MSTC Limited “To ensure that the terms and conditions of e-auctions” are framed in a “fair transparent and unbiased manner” the NDMC has listed a set of parameters for bidding in the e-auction It further added that the “tender process will commence in September 2017” Considered to be an unique joint venture between NDMC and the Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) the 11-storey Taj Mahal Hotel spread across three acres was constructed in 1978 to house delegates of the Pacific Area Travel Association Conference While land and construction cost was borne by the NDMC the IHCL was responsible for operating and maintaining the hotel NDMC officials said nine extensions had been given to the Tata-backed IHCL since the expiry of the lease agreement in 2011 after which a year’s extension was given to IHCL and NDMC had roped in a private consultant to submit a report on the issue — regarding open auction of the property and extension of the lease Prior to the SBI cap the council had roped in Ernst and Young as consultant in the case The company however pulled out in November 2014 In 2013 the IHCL had approached the Delhi High Court seeking a stay order on the auction With the company’s plea being dismissed by the HC last year and allowing NDMC to auction the property IHCL moved to the Supreme Court which asked the council to review its decision In February 2015 owing to non-payment of licence fees The Connaught Hotel and Hotel Asian International were sealed NDMC officials said that while Connaught Hotel had not paid licence fees worth Rs 130 crore Hotel Asian International owed NDMC Rs 56 crore as licence fees For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: April 20 2017 7:38 pm Sonakshi Sinha as Noor poses questions to Barkha Dutt and she is nowhere close to stereotyping the profession Related News Noor Sonakshi’s upcoming film is about a journalist in Mumbai who is in search of ‘the story of a lifetime’ Starring Sonakshi Sinha Purab Kohli Kanan Gill and Shibani Dandekar the film revolves around the life of Noor Chaudhary As part of promotions for the film Sonakshi as Noor interviewed noted journalist Barkha Dutt She starts off playing the role of a stereotypical journalist and asks Barkha why she chose her profession etc The conversation however builds up into an interesting discussion about women journalists and how they are made to feel ‘soft stories’ are a better bet for them As we saw in the trailer Noor is always forced by her seniors to cover fluff pieces for her organisation and she is even seen complaining about it Other than this the two also talk about how much glamour and brand has taken over ‘news’ The emphasis on glamour within the industry and outside and how youngsters are choosing this profession more to see themselves on TV and less to report bothers them While the movie is about the life of a journalist and how she ends up finding a groundbreaking story in this interview Noor questions and talks about what it takes to be a passionate journalist Also read |Noor celeb movie review: Sonakshi Sinha gets all the praise as she plays journalist They also talk about this ‘couple’ who want to see their mugshots splashed on the screen They talk about bad editors TV journalism losing its way and more If you had thought that Noor could stereotype the media industry and portray journalists in a certain way this ‘interview’ tells you that the movie – with all its light-hearted moments — is about something much bigger Noor directed by Sunhil Sippy is scheduled to release in theatres on April 21 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News “A ” looking into the sunset kinda moment ” for my lovely director as we wrap the second schedule of #badrinathkidulhania !!!So many people were rendered homeless; food is also hard to get but we can hardly do anything to help on those fronts. download Indian Express App More Related NewsSergio Aguero reignited Argentina’s Copa America challenge here Tuesday.

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