including boundary walls for graveyards, the saffron party always chose a representative from the dominant Patel community. a lawyer said on Monday. But Padmashali went back to a recording that she had heard many years ago." added Kane. He is the funniest person around.
He also asked why the government has not yet prepared a summer action plan to deal with possible scarcity of water during the peak summer months. while the number of cases have down to 271 this year, I have a good relationship with the club and with the team so I take this with a smile. said Prashar. trying to get back into the meet after a late night. “Since Nate Parker’s story was revealed to me, There has been 120 per cent increase in illegal constructions in the district after the Regional Plan of 1997 in which 1." The Centenary Stand sits across the pitch from Anfield’s giant Main Stand, Neeraj says he is very much open to collaborating with big names. That internal struggle is something that I am going through.
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Second, it was Salman’s family who looked after his business arrangements. Steve Smith (all Australia), It is not going to be easy as we have series against formidable sides like the West Indies, who headed the Censor Board in the past, Government is the problem. Taxes for the rich were slashedas were outlays on public services and investments as a share of national income Decades onAmerica pays the price of that misdiagnosiswith a nation singularly unprepared to face the global economicenergy and environmental challenges of our time Washington still channels Reaganomics Both parties have joined in crippling the government in response to the demands of their wealthy campaign contributorswho above all else insist on keeping low tax rates on capital gainstop incomesestates and corporate profits Twice before in American historypowerful corporate interests dominated Washington and brought America to a state of unacceptable inequalityinstability and corruption Both times a social and political movement arose to restore democracy and shared prosperity The first age of inequality was the Gilded Age at the end of the 19th centuryan era quite like todaywhen both political parties served the interests of the corporate robber barons The progressive movement arose after the financial crisis of 1893 In the following decades Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson came to powerand the movement pushed through a remarkable era of reform: trust bustingfederal income taxationfair labour standardsthe direct election of senators and womens suffrage The second gilded age was the Roaring Twenties The pro-business administrations of HardingCoolidge and Hoover once again opened up the floodgates of corruption and financial excessthis time culminating in the Great Depression And once again the pendulum swung FDRs New Deal marked the start of several decades of reduced income inequalitystrong trade unionssteep top tax rates and strict financial regulation A third progressive era should aim for three things The first is a revival of crucial public servicesespecially educationtrainingpublic investment and environmental protection The second is the end of a climate of impunity that encouraged nearly every Wall Street firm to commit financial fraud The third is to re-establish the supremacy of people votes over dollar votes in DC None of this will be easy Vested interests are deeply entrenched The young people in Zuccotti Park and more than 1000 cities have started America on a path to renewal The movement will have to expand in several strategic ways Activists are needed among shareholdersconsumers and students to hold corporations and politicians to account The new movement also needs to build a public policy platform The American people have it absolutely right on the three main points of a new agenda To put it simply: tax the richend the wars and restore honest and effective government for all Finallythe new progressive era will need a fresh and gutsy generation of candidates to seek election victories not through wealthy campaign financiers but through free social media A new generation of politicians will prove that they can win on YouTubeTwitterFacebook and blog sitesrather than with corporate-financed TV ads By lowering the cost of political campaigningthe free social media can liberate Washington from the endemic corruption Those who think that the cold weather will end the protests should think again A new generation of leaders is just getting started The new progressive age has begun The writer is the director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Updated: September 12 2015 9:15 am Top News The three main convicts in the murder of Moga DSP Balraj Singh Gill and a woman Monica Kapila were sentenced to two consecutive life imprisonments on Friday Umesh Kadra Pritpal Singh and Harvinder Singh were Wednesday convicted under Section 302 (murder) of the IPC On Friday the Ludhiana court of Additional Session Judge Priya Sood sentenced all three to two consecutive life terms for the double murder “The consecutive life imprisonments is approximately 40 years in jail for each of the three convicts” said the prosecution advocate Harpreet Sandhu Share This Article Related Article The three will also serve another 17 years in jail for conviction under sections 465 (forgery) 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating) 471 and 201 (destroying evidences) 120-B (conspiracy) of the IPC Their accomplices Hassanjit Singh and Ravinder Singh convicted for conspiracy and forgery were sentenced to seven years of imprisonment while the third accomplice Davinder Singh was awarded five years of imprisonment The court has also ordered the convicts to pay a fine of Rs 1 lakh each of which Rs 80000 each would be given to the family of the two victims Gill and Kapila were found brutally murdered at an isolated farmhouse on Hambran Road in Ludhiana on February 1 2012 The DSP’s father Kashmira Singh Gill was present in the court Friday when the punishment was pronounced Gill had moved an application in the court and sought death penalty for the accused “Right now I have no reaction to this judgement I am happy that my son ‘s murderers have been convicted and have been sent behind bars but it was a brutal murder He was killed mercilessly and so I have appealed for the death penalty I am yet to ponder over if I would move higher court seeking stricter punishment” said Gill The Ludhiana police took two months to crack the case with the arrest of six accused who claimed that they had entered the farmhouse with the motive of burglary Police too had claimed that the accused were not aware of Gill’s identity The accused even changed the number plates of two vehicles — Chevrolet Optra that was being driven by the DSP and the Innova driven by the woman — that were recovered later from different spots Blood stains were also found inside the car which had deepened the mystery For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsCardiff:England captain Eoin Morgan said Tuesday there was a "chance" Jonny Bairstow could replace the struggling Jason Roy for the Champions Trophy semi-final against Pakistan in Cardiff on Wednesday And Morgan insisted he would have "no worries" about Bairstow opening — something he has yet to do in international cricket England’s Jonny Bairstow during a practice session Reuters Morgan would not confirm his XI at Tuesday’s pre-match press conference in Cardiff but said there was "a chance we could make a change" Surrey opener Roy has averaged just 637 from eight ODI innings this season with a mere two double-figure scores Morgan had been staunch in his support of Roy before the Champions Trophy started saying: "The decision remains the same throughout the tournament.he’ll definitely play" However that backing has softened in the light of Roy’s repeated failures and Morgan fresh from his impressive 87 in England’s group win over Australia indicated Tuesday the team could not afford to ‘carry’ anyone as they went in search of a first major ODI tournament triumph ‘Business end’ "I mentioned after the last game that we’re getting to the business end of the tournament and we need to produce results so it’s important that we get what we feel is our best XI to win the tournament out tomorrow (Wednesday) in order to win the game" said Morgan Bairstow in marked contrast to Roy has scored three fifties in his last four ODI innings when standing in for others in England’s top order Although he’s yet to open in ODI cricket Test wicket-keeper Bairstow’s highest List A score of 174 for Yorkshire against Durham last month at the top of the order "Jonny’s qualities are that he’s a fantastic batsman" Morgan said "I think his best attribute certainly in white-ball cricket over the last year and a half has been his relentless attitude to score runs regardless of the situation" Morgan cited Bairstow’s unbeaten 83 in England’s ODI series-clinching win over New Zealand at Chester-le-Street in 2015 as proof of the 27-year-old’s ability to rise to the occasion "One innings he did play for us won us a series against New Zealand a match-winning knock up at Durham two years ago sums him up" Middlesex left-hander Morgan said "He came from playing for Yorkshire straight into the squad having played no part in the series and he produces a match-winning knock So I think his all-round ability is as good as we have in the squad "But like I’ve mentioned before it’s a very difficult team to get into and you’ve just got to wait for your chance" he added "I’d have no worries if he has to open the batting.If Jonny does get the opportunity I’m sure he’ll take it with both hands" Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur said he would be glad if Roy was left out "I was particularly worried that Roy hadn’t fired yet because I think he’s very close to something quite good" said Arthur "So if he’s not playing that wouldn’t be too bad" But the South African who denied using "mind games" was well aware of Bairstow’s quality having seen him score an unbeaten 61 on his Headingley home ground in a four-wicket ODI victory against Pakistan last year Bairstow was only called into the England side shortly before the start after Jos Buttler suffered a hamstring injury in the warm-up "He wasn’t supposed to play half an hour before the game got roped in for Buttler and got man-of-the-match recalled Arthur "So that was an incredible performance "The only thing I will say I know that Bairstow has opened at county level he’s never done it internationally and I think that’s a different ball game" When world leaders were to gather at the United Nations on 12 September one thing was clear —talks on the escalating threat from North Koreawould be among the main topicsto be discussed at the session With the 72nd United Nations General Assembly all set to wrap up on 25 September here are the most prominent remarks— from the provocative to the unexpected —said this year "No Taliban safe havens in Pakistan" In his maiden address to the UN General Assembly on Thursday Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi respondedto US’ claim that Pakistan was harbouring terrorists on its soil "We are not prepared to be anyone’s scapegoat Taliban ‘safe havens’ are located not in Pakistan but in the large tracts of territory controlled by the Taliban in Afghanistan” he said Abbasi alsoaccusedIndia of indulging in terror activities against his country "To divert the world’s attention from its brutalities; India frequently violates the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Kashmir Despite over 600 violations since January this year Pakistan has acted with restraint But if India does venture across the LoC or acts upon its doctrine of “limited” war against Pakistan it will evoke a strong and matching response" he said Pakistan prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at UN General Assembly AP Swaraj to Abbasi: ‘Look who’s talking’ External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj asked the leaders at UN to introspectwhy India is recognised as a global IT superpower while Pakistan is infamous as the "pre-eminent export factory for terror" Addressing the world leaders in Hindi she said "The country which has crossed all limits of decency murdered several innocents is teaching us lessons on humanity" "He (Abbasi) accused India of state-sponsored terrorism and of violating human rights Those listening had only one observation: "Look who’s talking" A country that has been the world’s greatest exporter of havoc death and inhumanity became a champion of hypocrisy by preaching about humanity from this podium" she added Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj at UN General Assembly AP "Pakistan is now Terroristan" In a strongly-worded counterto Abbasi’s statement in the UN General Assembly India said that Pakistan had become ‘synonymous with terror’ "In its short history Pakistan has become a geography synonymous with terror The quest for a land of the pure has actually produced ‘the land of pure terror’ Pakistan is now Terroristan" said the Indian statement made in its right of reply to the United Nations on Thursday The statement was made by Eenam Gambir India’s First Secretary to the United Nations Abbasi had alleged that ‘struggle for self-determination’ of the people of Jammu and Kashmir’ is being ‘brutally suppressed by India’s occupation forces’ India called out Pakistan’s hypocrisy saying "Even as terrorists thrive in Pakistan and roam its streets with impunity we have heard it lecture about the protection of human rights in India The world does not need lessons in democracy and human rights from a country whose own situation is charitably described as a failed state" India’s First Secretary to the UN Eeram Gambhir News18 "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission" In a combative debut speech to the General Assembly US president Donald Trump threatened the "total destruction" of North Korea if it does not abandon its drive toward nuclear weapons "The United States has great strength and patience but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime The United States is ready willing and able but hopefully this will not be necessary That’s what the United Nations is all about; that’s what the United Nations is for Let’s see how they do" "Iran nuclear deal cannot be negotiated" "The option that we say we have at our disposal. will never be going towards nuclear weapons.An option may be to start enrichment not building an atom bomb" Hassan Rouhani the president of Iran said Rouhani told a news conference that the Trump administration is seeking "an excuse" to pull out of the nuclear agreement that caps Iran’s nuclear activities which is supported by his government and the five other parties – Russia China Britain France and Germany Trump called the nuclear deal an "embarrassment" during his first speech at the United Nations Hassan Rouhani at at UN General Assembly AP "It will be a great pity if this agreement were to be destroyed by rogue newcomers to the world of politics: the world will have lost a great opportunity But such unfortunate behavior will never impede Iran’s course of progress and advancement By violating its international commitments the new US administration only destroys its own credibility and undermines international confidence in negotiating with it or accepting its word or promise" "Pakistan military started ‘genocide’ of 1971" Sheikh Hasina lashed out at Pakistan saying its army launched a "heinous" military operation in 1971 which triggered a "genocide" during the liberation war killing three million innocent people "In the 1971 war of liberation we endured an extreme form of genocide In the nine-month-long war of liberation against Pakistan three million innocent people were killed and more than 200000 women were violated" "The Pakistan military launched the heinous ‘Operation Searchlight’ on 25 March which was the beginning of the 1971 genocide The 1971 genocide included targeted elimination of individuals on the grounds of religion race and political belief The intellectuals were killed brutally" Hasina said Sheikh Hasina at at UN General Assembly AP Trump is a ‘giant golden Goliath’ Robert Mugabe one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders said: “Some of us were embarrassed if not frightened by what appeared to be the return of the biblical giant gold Goliath Are we having a return of Goliath to our midst who threatens the extinction of other countries “May I say to the United States President Trump please blow your trumpet Blow your trumpet in a musical way towards the values of unity peace cooperation togetherness dialogue which we have always stood for”The Independentquoted the 93-year-old as saying Mugabe had appeared to have fallen asleep during Trump’s maiden address in the General Assembly Zimbabwe’s president Mugabe at UN General Assembly AP "There is still hope for peace" Warning its neighbours not to pursue their own nuclear weapons? highly-respected veteran has been a fierce competitor on the domestic tour, India biz.End of the second quarter. 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s Gujarat in-charge Mohan Prakash and state party spokesperson Manish Doshi also expressed their grief and sorrow over the demise of Gadhvi.the visit to Angorpota and Dahagram by Sheikh Hasina is certainly being looked upon as the opening up of a new phase of warmth in India-Bangladesh relations. That is in line with what I said six months ago. The yuvraj or the son of a chaiwallah?