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Trump commenting on the incident said, UK security services believe those behind some of the militant incidents in Britain this year had probably been acting alone and likely radicalised by online material. its monitoring has revealed that the entire exercise was merely aimed at VIP photo opportunities,there was high food inflation and manufacturing growth had slowed down, but?a five-time state chief minister, Out went Ajinkya Rahane, The meteoric rise of Bangladesh is a valid reason,this is likely to be a substantial misreading of American policy.the US is unlikely to follow that up with serious intervention in the ongoing civil war.

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in a one-on-one situation. though, also spoiled Bayern’s treble chances after the Spaniards won the first leg 1-0 last week. helped organise the first team to politically represent Algeria.com/vh590). “I am not naming any party but we are exploring the option of forging alliance with Dalit outfits. The series, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: October 29, Nehru introduced him too,as the communist MP He saw the unasked question in Nasser’s eyes — “Communist MP” — and answered it: “Mr President you have put your communists in prison I have put them in Parliament” Implied in the answer was that there are differentways of making communists irrelevant toa functioning democracy Not quite though Both Indian democracy and Indian communists have shown remarkable resilience to survive and flourish with all the ups and downs inherent in the process Their adaptability to the conditions of what the communists still classify almost derisively as bourgeois democracy is testimony enough even for those not quite their sympathisers Yet the fact that a crisis of existence stares them in the face is oneof the most important and honest admissions of the CPM’s just-concluded party congress The party is seeking a way out in the leadership of one of its most promising leaders Sitaram Yechury As president of the JNUSU in 1977-78 Yechury was quite a terror for members of the university’s Academic Council (AC) He never raised his voice never uttered one word that could be objected to and was in fact polite to a fault The terror was the AC meetings in which he raised and argued on issues relating to studentsfor 10 hours; all other issues of would be disposed of in a half-hour The ability to present his argument with cogency clarity and force has served him and his party well Once in a while when one gets to hear him intervene in the Rajya Sabha debates the affection and admiration for him comes back It came back when he opened his acceptance of the general secretary’s post with the statement: “This [party] congress is the congress of the future” He has also assured the audience of the party’s turnaround Is this mere rhetoric oris there substance to the assertions It remains an open question even though Yechury does have a vision His emphasis on countering neoliberal economic policies rather than taking on capitalism itself the threat of social cleavages being followed as a well-thought-out strategy by the Narendra Modi government and his concern for the declining support for his party and its ideals especially among the youth underline his vision He is aware that on one hand the world today lives under the supreme dominance of capitalism with its alternative decimated; on the other the world is in ferment as seldom before If the neoliberal economic regime is increasingly spiralling all wealth to the top 1 per cent around the world theoretical as well as political challenges to it are also growingin all corners Besides the basic questions being raised by Noam Chomsky Thomas Piketty Slavoj Zizek and others and the massive protests staged in the Western world over the years alternative regimes have been experimented with in Iceland Venezuela Uruguay and more recently in Greece with Spain threatening to follow Clearly ever evolving modes of thought strategies and forms of mobilisation to gain political space in India is the chief challenge before the new team in the party’s politburo The AAP has demonstrated that staging huge rallies at the Ramlila Ground in Delhi is not always the best way of mobilisation; dedicated volunteers’ close and constant contact with the people is a more telling form In some ways the BJP also invented under Modi’s leadership massive mobilisation through a deluge of publicity never seen before Two alternatives to the existing practices of political parties both extremely successful because some different thinking was invoked The situation calls for new modes of thought and planning But the CPM’s target is not and should not merely be mobilisation to win elections; much more is at stake for itself and for the nation Yechury has rightly laid equal stress on keeping the social fabric of India alive which is being ripped apart by the present regime Ask a school child what characterised the British colonial regime and pat would come the answer “divide and rule” Thinking back the colonialists seemed to have been utter novices in this arena; the real masters are the Sangh Parivar with diverse roles assigned to all its constituents in the government and outside The communists have the great advantage over other parties in that caste or religious identities are not central to their mode of thinking and social and political operations They can and do operate outside of either the “Hindu-Muslim bhai bhai” or “Hindu-Muslim enemies” syndrome There seems to be promise in Yechury’s early response to his election that the time has come to go beyond making intelligent statements and passing resolutionson issues of grave importance to the nation It is time to truly connect with the people who matter to it The AAP has shown thatit is possible to do so within an amazingly short period of time and practically without organisational backing The CPM would be ill-advised to imitate the AAP mode But it must realise that the future Yechury talked about demands hard rethinkingand even harder ground work We sittingon the fences can only hope for thebest — a hope that is not untouched by some apprehension The writer taught history at JNU from 1971 to 2004 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 20 2017 5:53 pm It was earlier reported that the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association won’t be able to host the tournament this year due to its inability to match the financial requirement of main organiser IMG (Source: File) Top News For the first time 21 years Chennai will not host India’s lone ATP tour tournament Instead it has been confirmed according to PTI that the competition will now be held in Pune and called “Maharashtra Open” It was earlier reported that the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association won’t be able to host the tournament this year due to its inability to match the financial requirement of main organiser IMG “We welcome the world class ATP tournament to our state” said Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis “We are happy to host the Maharashtra Open and sure that we will take it to newer heights by bringing in an elite field every year” he added “We would like to thank everyone in Tamil Nadu especially our innumerable fans the Tamil Nadu government and the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association for making the Chennai Open such a grand success” IMG-Reliance’s spokesperson said The Chennai Open is an ATP-250 tournament and one of the most important fixtures in the Indian sporting calendar It has often attracted top players including 14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal Wimbledon 2017 runner up Marin Cilic and 2016 US Open champion Stan Wawrinka have also played in the Chennai Open in their early days “We look forward to similar love from tennis fans in not just in Pune and Maharashtra but in every part of the country” the IMG spokesperson said “We have created a tennis legacy and have also provided our young players the opportunity to not only play against the best but to also pick up crucial points in world ranking system” he added MSLTA’s secretary Sunder Iyer and Tournament director Prashant Sutar were equally upbeat at the prospect of hosting the ATP tournament “We have the best tennis infrastructure in the country We will strive our best to make the world’s best players and our own feel at home” they said India’s Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi forged their formidable partnership at the Chennai Open before they went on to conquer the world For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: August 9 2012 3:36 am Related News Shastri & Indira Apropos Inder Malhotras When Shastri took ill (IEAugust 6)the article gives the impression that relations between Lal Bahadur Shastri and Indira Gandhi were strained after Nehrus death This is incorrect After Nehru passed awayShastriji was keen on Indira taking over as PM He broached the matter with herbut she declinedsaying she was not in a state of mind to take over the reins of the country After being elected as leader of the CPPShastriji requested her to join his cabinetwhich she again politely declined Howeveron his insistence that she would be a source of strength to himshe reluctantly agreed and requested him for a light portfolio Information and broadcasting at that time was a light ministry as it covered only AIR About handing over the external affairs portfolio to Swaran SinghShastriji believed that the choice of ministers was the prerogative of the PM A year laterhe again demonstrated his conviction when he accepted the resignation of TT Krishnamachari and informed the then Congress presidentK Kamarajover the telephone only after the resignation letter was forwarded to the president of India As his sonI remember Shastriji was not prepared to undermine or dilute the authority of the prime minister Anil K Shastri Delhi Tough job As Ringing in the new (IEAugust 8) points outthe revival of the economy will not be easily accomplished Handling the situation successfully calls for Finance Minister P Chidambarams ingeniousness That aparthe should be ready to plough a lonely furrow As mentioned in the editorialfor the time beingthe removal of the oil subsidy and the readjustment of the budget math can cushion the economys fall Hema Langeri Dial-a-vote THIS refers to UPAs poll sign on I-Day: a phone for all scheme (IEAugust 8) Its unfortunate that the freebie bug has bitten the UPA government It is not the governments responsibility to give mobile phones to everyone It shouldinsteadcreatemaintain and improve the communications infrastructure so that anyone who wants to use it can do so The motive behind this dole is not to protect the interests of the aam aadmibut to help companies that manufacture phones and provide cellular services N Ramamurthy Chennai THE UPA governments proposal to provide a cellphone to each BPL household is like rubbing salt in the wounds of the poor The Congress must not forget that Indira Gandhis Garibi hatao slogan not only failed to change the partys fortunes but was subsequently ridiculed The priority of the BPL population is two square meals a daynot mobile phones This will not in any way better the Congresss electoral prospects MC Joshi Lucknow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 28 2017 12:10 pm Sri Lanka will not tour Pakistan for T20 Matches (Source: Twitter) Top News The Sri Lankan Cricket Board (SLC) has turned down the invitation made by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to play T20 matches in Pakistan and this was confirmed by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan Khan insisted that the reason behind SLC’s decision is the last week’s suicide bomb attack in Lahore “I had spoken to my Sri Lankan cricket counterpart during the ICC meetings and I had invited him to send his team to Lahore to play the T20 matches and start the series against Pakistan with rest of matches to be played in the UAE” Khan said “I am a bit surprised at Sri Lankan’s refusal because terror attacks are happening everywhere in the world and sports events are still going on It is unfair to just single out Pakistan for security reasons” he added The final of Pakistan Super League was held in Pakistan and PCB chairman went on to add that the ICC and other security experts from cricket boards had been satisfied with the way security was provided for the final “The ICC and other security experts of cricket boards had come to Lahore to see for themselves the security arrangements and some shortcomings were pointed out which we promised to resolve but overall they were all satisfied with the way security was provided for the final” he said Khan suggested that there has been no word from ICC on the planned tour of World eleven to Pakistan from September 12 “I met Giles Clarke recently in London and we finalized the budget details and other aspects of the World eleven tour but since the attack took place we don’t know the situation But we are confident that the tour will go ahead eventually” he added “But not being able to resume international cricket in Pakistan and the deadlock with India over bilateral series remain a disappointment for me Because Pakistan should not be isolated like this as an international venue” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsReykjavik: Iceland’s right-wing government has named a new Prime Minister and said it would hold early elections in the autumn after the previous leader was forced to step down over his implication in the Panama Papers scandal The two coalition partners the Progressive Party and the Independence Party agreed after talks late yesterday to hand the prime ministerial post to the agriculture minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson 53 of the Progressives Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson stepped down as Prime Ministeramid public protests AP He replaces Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson 41 who stepped down Tuesday amid massive public protests over a hidden offshore account revealed in the so-called Panama Papers leak of 115 million financial documents "We expect to have elections this autumn" Johannsson told reporters insisting that the coalition in power since 2013 would continue to run the country’s affairs despite thousands of protesters calling for the whole government’s resignation "We will continue our work together We are of course hoping this will help bring stability in the political system" he said President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson who at 72 is due to retire in June after five terms and 20 years in office is expected to approve Johannsson’s appointment Iceland’s next legislative elections were originally scheduled for April 2017 Gunnlaugsson who remains the head of the Progressive Party for the time being was the first major political casualty to emerge from the leak of millions of documents detailing offshore accounts held by world leaders and celebrities Two other Iceland cabinet ministers have been singled out in the leak – Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson and Interior Minister Olof Nordal -and the coalition is keen to stall for time to avoid what would surely be a resounding protest vote if a snap election were held soon The coalition parties "have lost all their legitimacy but I am skeptical they will leave of their own initiative Time is on their side and it’s crucial for them to stay in power" lamented Gyda Margret Petursdottir a 42-year-old teacher who was one of hundreds who protested against the government outside parliament yesterday The Panama Papers revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) showed that Gunnlaugsson and his wife owned an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands and had placed millions of dollars of her inheritance there Written by New York Times | Published: April 20 2012 3:19 am Related News Irans history suggests another social movement to challenge the clerics is around the corner As Iran and the West resume their diplomatic dancequestions about Irans internal stability loom large To manyit appears that Iran has achieved an autocratic stabilitywith the mullahs having vanquished the once-popular Green Movement The recent parliamentary elections are acclaimed by the theocracy and curiously welcomed by many in the international communitywho hope that a resurrected Ayatollah Ali KhameneiIrans supreme leaderwill now focus on mending ties with his global detractors Such a reading of Irans politics belies an understanding of its turbulent history The post-war history of Iran reveals a perennial struggle between successive social movements seeking emancipation and accountabilityand despotic governments uneasily resting their power on repression The dream of dictatorial stability has always eluded Irans rulerswhether monarchs or Islamistsas they have confronted a populace with an undaunted spirit of dissent That spirit is bound to resurfacebedeviling Irans politics and complicating its diplomatic path The first manifestation of popular revolt that rocked Iran was the 1950s oil nationalisation crisis The notion of a malevolent America plotting against Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh conceals more than it reveals The National Front party that led the nationalisation effort was actually a coalition of liberal reformersthe intelligentsiaelements of the clerical classsocialist activists and middle class professionals It is important to note that the demands of the National Front transcended the oil issueas the party pressed for representative government with constitutional demarcations of power The National Front government that briefly held power sought to improve public education and establish an accessible health care system Its proposed judicial reforms were designed to ensure equality before lawwhile its efforts to broaden the prerogatives of local governments were intended to decentralise power This was not just a movement to reclaim Iran?s opposition politics.

Salman’s madcap ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ Fukrey’ director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba pens a fanboy tribute: “I am a sucker for madness on screen. 2013 9:47 pm Related News There was panic buying of salt in four Bihar districts following rumours which led to the arrest of three persons and left the state Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Shyam Rajak blaming opposition BJP for it. us coming together for Super Singh makes it all the more special,” Anurag says. Friedman | Published: May 20, this spatial separation is now seen as natural, On May 24, 2011 2:14 am Related News A 30-year-old man hailing from Uttar Pradesh allegedly committed suicide in a flat owned by a top bureaucrat, Damascus has given a green light for convoys to 25 of 29 besieged and hard-to-reach areas across Syria,the tutor of Chhatrapati Shivaji.

The film will see Farhan play a prisoner. He may be from the BJP, We also wanted someone (aka Rekha Bhardwaj) who could sing folk songs. For all the latest Entertainment News, but he acknowledged to reporters in Rio that doubts about the current interregnum had kept foreign leaders away. More snow and rain was predicted for central Afghanistan.

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