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If Greece meets the conditions, Germany’s Schaeuble snapped at ECB President Mario Draghi: "I’m not stupid, witnessing growth on Sat and Sun… Plexes of metros contributed largely to the biz.” Meanwhile Ranbir Kapoor earlier spoke to indianexpresscom about the significance of the film Jagga Jasoos “Jagga Jasoos is of significance to me because it took so long to make and I am one of its producers That apart Katrina and I are coming together after Raajneeti I’d be lying if I say there is no pressure There is a lot of pressure in delivering an artistically and commercially successful movie But I am not going to beat myself to death if it does not do well I am going to inspire myself to work harder” Ranbir said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: September 7 2017 12:24 am Frank de Boer might have to abandon his principles at least for now to get some solidity and shape (Source: AP) Top News Frank de Boer is just three Premier League games into his time at Crystal Palace and already there are echoes of his ill-fated stint at Inter Milan His initial pledge to play a more attractive brand of football and to “dominate” games A puzzling start-of-season switch of formation to a three-man defense Disappointing early results and sudden revisionism over whether he is the right man for the job De Boer lasted 84 days at Inter before getting fired by the team’s Chinese owners leading to the Dutchman to Twitter to express his view that “this task required more time to move forward” The good news for De Boer is that he’s lasted longer at Palace than he did at the Italian club The bad news The widespread reports not to mention alarming bookmakers’ odds suggesting Palace’s board might already be having reservations about De Boer’s suitability at the perennial Premier League struggler Palace has started the Premier League with three straight losses _ at against Huddersfield and Swansea and at Liverpool _ and has yet to score a goal In the two home losses Palace’s players have looked uncomfortable adapting to De Boer’s possession-based approach which is a giant leap from the pragmatism directness and counter-attacking favored by previous manager Sam Allardyce De Boer is an odds-on favorite with some British bookmakers to become the first Premier League manager to leave his post and reportedly held talks with chairman Steve Parish on Monday Another Palace loss on Saturday at a Burnley side with a strong home record since returning to the Premier League for the 2015-16 season would leave the club’s American owners _ David Blitzer and Josh Harris _ with a big decision to make Can they hold their nerve and keep a long-term view of things Because time is clearly what De Boer needs Palace knew what it was getting in hiring De Boer whose connections with Ajax _ as a former player and coach there _ mean he is devoted to a philosophy of possession and playing an expansive game That couldn’t be more different to the style Palace employed under Allardyce as the team scrambled once again to avoid relegation from the world’s richest soccer league De Boer arrived in June on a three-year deal and with ambitions of making the team entertaining to watch and integrating more youth-team players He said his primary objective was to turn a team that regularly battles relegation into a stable Premier League force Sitting alongside De Boer at his presentation Parish backed the Dutchman’s bold vision but will he maintain that commitment It would be rare show of patience in the short-term world of modern soccer De Boer has had the two-week break for internationals to come up with a plan for the Burnley match and beyond Palace has looked better when the team has switched to a 4-3-3 formation after starting games with a 3-4-3 and De Boer might have to abandon his principles _ at least for now _ to get some solidity and shape Having France center back Mamadou Sakho available following his deadline-day move from Liverpool will help De Boer has been unlucky to see winger Wilfried Zaha Palace’s best player get injured in the opening game and not play since De Boer also needs more from record signing Christian Benteke even though Palace hasn’t been playing to the big striker’s strengths If De Boer doesn’t survive much longer at Palace it will be two successive failures for a coach who was hailed for helping lay the foundations for the reawakening of Ajax one of European soccer’s most storied clubs following his successful time in charge there from 2010-16 Yet the finger would best be pointed at the people who hired De Boer in the first place For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: December 3 2014 10:28 am Tranquillity to the east of the Raj was shattered by the rise of imperial Japan at the turn of the 20th century Related News Playing The East If Prime Minister Narendra Modi plays his cards well with Japanese and Chinese leaders in the next few days he can mobilise the world’s third- and second-largest economies in accelerating India’s development and make New Delhi an important player in the unfolding Great Game to the east Any reference to the “Great Game” turns our mind to the subcontinent’s northwestern frontiers where Russia and the Raj jockeyed for influence through the 19th century The context was Calcutta’s territorial expansion towards the Indus and beyond and Moscow’s march to the Caspian Sea and the Amu Darya Managing the contested space in between was at the heart of the Great Game But the Great Game was never limited to the northwest From Calcutta’s perspective the Great Game was about limiting the presence of other powers around the subcontinent The Raj had its hands full securing the eastern flanks before and after the 19th century In establishing its primacy in India Britain had to fend off the Dutch power in the 17th century and the French challenge at the end of the 18th century After the Napoleonic wars in Europe the Raj demarcated the spheres of influence with European powers in East Asia to Calcutta’s advantage Tranquillity to the east of the Raj was shattered by the rise of imperial Japan at the turn of the 20th century Japan’s military advances in East Asia in World War II surprised the Raj that was ousted from Malaya and Burma The Japanese armies also drove the French out of Indo-China and the Dutch from the East Indies (Indonesia) Soon after they were closing in on the subcontinent’s northeastern frontiers and occupied the Andamans in the Bay of Bengal It needed all of undivided India’s resources military and economic to defeat Japan Thanks to independent India’s reluctance to remember the history of World War II Delhi’s political and bureaucratic classes as well as its strategic community have little sense of the complex dynamic of Asian geopolitics in the first half of the 20th century Modi’s emerging opportunities with Japan and China can only be appreciated if there is some awareness of India’s decisive role in shaping the Asian balance of power in the first half of the 20th century India’s Role In the inter-war period the conflict between Indian nationalism and Britain sharpened steadily But Asia’s new geopolitics was being defined by not just the anti-colonial movements but also the deepening contradictions within Asia In Northeast Asia Japanese nationalism was at odds with Chinese and Korean nationalisms Elsewhere sections of Asian nationalists saw imperial Japan as a liberator of the region from European colonialism The Indian national movement was regrettably divided in dealing with Japan’s rise While there was strong nationalist opposition to Japan’s occupation of China some like Subhas Chandra Bose saw the value of aligning with Japan to accelerate India’s independence While the Indian National Congress refused to support the British war effort against Japan the Raj deployed nearly 750000 Indian troops to push the Japanese out of Burma and Malaya India also became the base for British and American support for the beleaguered Chinese nationalist government that was relocated to Chungking (Chongqing) in the face of Japanese occupation of eastern China Modi’s Moment Seven decades later tensions between China and Japan have once again become a critical feature of Asian geopolitics As in the inter-war period the West now appears listless in coping with the unfolding power shift in Asia America which has replaced Britain as the sole superpower is finding it hard to manage the competing imperatives of engaging a rising China and reassuring a concerned Japan During World War II the lack of agreement between Britain and the INC on one hand and divisions within the national movement on how to deal with the Asian geopolitics on the other significantly limited India’s political gains despite its massive military contribution to the Allied victory in Asia India today is much better placed to deal with the emerging rivalry between Beijing and Tokyo On the economic front Modi should eagerly seek cooperation from both sides Commercial competition between Tokyo and Beijing for example on high-speed railways should work to India’s advantage In the strategic domain there can be no symmetry between India’s relations with Japan and China If Beijing’s growing military capabilities pose difficult challenges to Delhi security cooperation with Tokyo might help reduce India’s expanding power gap with China The writer is a distinguished fellow Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: July 8 2017 10:07 am Ajith’s Vivegam second single to be out soon Related News Director Siva’s Vivegam starring Ajith is among the most-awaited films to release in the second half of this year down south The film’s recently released first single Surviva took the internet by storm and created its own record Buoyed by the huge response from the audience the filmmakers on Friday announced that the second song titled “Thalai Viduthalai” will be unveiled on July 10 at 6 PM The soon-to-be-released song is special because it’s written by director Siva himself “‘Thalai Viduthalai’ – The next single from #Vivegam releases on Monday 10th July at 6pm Our @directorsiva turns full-fledged lyricist (sic)” wrote composer Anirudh Ravichander After filming for more than seven months the shooting of Vivegam came to an end on Thursday The director thanked everyone for their support while announcing the news on his Twitter page “Sai sai withblessing of godsuccessfullyhappily completed #vivegam shoot thalafansmedia friendscinemaloversmy teamrespective families (sic)” he wrote The film marks the debut of Bollywood actor Vivek Anand Oberoi and Kamal Haasan’s younger daughter Akshara Haasan Both the actors were thrilled to be part of the film and thanked the director for giving them the opportunity “An incredible & an unforgettable experience working with “@directorsiva #Ajith Anna & the #Vivegam team The countdown begins #Thala fans, her seventh consecutive half-century in ODIs, the cast and crew of Ghulaam were informed of this decision. 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