The javelin thrower is currently undergoing medical tests for his recovery programme." says K P Mathur, With most Harkesh Nagar residents working as contractual workers.
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Nehru Science Centre on E Moses Road, Third, In a recent article,the TheEconomist magazine launched a scathing attack on Modi’s reform claims saying he is not much as a reformer as he seems The article said “…he has not come up with many big new ideas of his own (the GST and the bankruptcy reforms date back long before his time) His reputation as a friend to business rests on his vigorous efforts to help firms out of fixes—finding land for a particular factory say or expediting the construction of a power station But he is not so good at working systematically to sort out the underlying problems holding the economy back” The Economist goes on a step further to say that Modi will not hesitate to create communal tensions to cover up his failures in building the economy “The fear is that if the economy falters Mr Modi will try to maintain his popularity by stirring up communal tensions That after all is how his Bharatiya Janata Party first propelled itself to government in the 1990s Mr Modi himself was chief minister of Gujarat in 2002 when rioting there killed at least 1000 people most of them Muslims To this day he has never categorically condemned the massacre or apologised for failing to prevent it” the magazine said Further under Modi critics of his policies particularly about communal issues have been dealtwith unfairly the paper argues “Hindu nationalist thugs intimidate those who chide the government for straying from India’s secular tradition…One of the few media companies that dares to criticise the government has been raided by police on grounds that would not normally attract such heavy-handedness” the piece says To progress on his path Modi has to first fight these perceptions and acknowledge the faulty areas before going on to chest thump the government’s achievements many of which are ideas from the past Hard-selling India story overseas is the first priority of any prime minister but it needs to be backed with credible progress on areas that really require action Coming back to the context of his first meeting with US President Donald Trump today (Monday) afternoon there are two tasks cut out for Modi One to make a pressing case in India’s favour with respect to the HI-B visa problem that has put many Indian IT firms and workers under severe stress The second is to bring the issue of climate change on the table where India has openly contradicted US stance by supporting the Paris climate accord The issue of work permits in US is most critical for India With 60 percent of total revenues of Indian IT firms coming from US this should be the big priority of Modi more than photo-ops and mere optics According to a report in the Financial Express any progress is unlikely on this front But one needs to wait and watch As a pharmacist dentist and two doctors-in-training Someshwar Kalia Nikesh Farmah Keshav Gupta and Joshua Enson might be living the cliche of the smart Indian professional in England But there is another thing Indian they are trying to promote in a corner of a foreign field: kabaddi Even though all of them apart from Enson were born in England kabaddi was part of their Indian heritage and one they strived to hold on to Kalia was part of the pioneering generation which introduced the game to universities in England and now the 26-year-old is leading his country at the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup in Ahmedabad "England of course has a lot of sports but introducing something new in the Western world is the easiest thing to do" says Kalia a pharmacist by profession "They are always curious to try out new things" Action from the match between England and Argentina Image courtesy: Twitter/ @StarSportsIndia While the Punjabi population in England had built a base in circle kabaddi for some time the international format has become popular in the last few years owing mainly to Indian students taking it up with fervour Gupta and Enson who are final and penultimate year medical students respectively at London’s Imperial College switched from hockey to kabaddi while at the university and have helped to spread the game in the country There are currently seven university clubs that play the kabaddi tournament in England "The facilities for kabaddi in the university aren’t the best" says Gupta who found hockey quite onerous for his 6’5 frame "We don’t have proper mats; the one we have is like a judo mat and you can’t wear shoes on that We play barefoot and because of the friction constantly have blisters on our feet" Gupta who has emerged as England’s leading raider in the tournament is quite a star back home as well "We have an ongoing banter" says Farmah "Everytime we used to play against him we’d say we’d catch him this time Never happened" That’s the only compliment the 24-year-old dentist who now runs his own clinic in Cardiff is ready to pay to the two doctors-in-training "They keep telling me I am not a real doctor because yeah well I am only a dentist But they are not doctors yet A lot of them struggled to come to India because they could not get leave from their universities I have my own clinic so I didn’t need anyone’s permission" Farmah is also the only one from Manchester the other hotbed of kabaddi in England apart from London And the London versus Manchester South versus North rivalry becomes a constant source of ribbing between the four "I obviously don’t get any flak" says Kalia the leader of the band As a captain and more importantly as the pharmacist he ought to hold all the cards "Yea when they are injured I just prescribe them ibuprofen or paracetamol" he jokes "A lot of medicines are not available over the counter in Engand" Coming from medical backgrounds they are equipped with the knowledge of handling injuries and they are also more aware of the physical nature of the game "Every practice session there’s at least one injury" says Enson while he playfully picks on his taped fingers "Lots of ankle sprains" But since all of them have played some sort of recreational sport – Enson and Gupta played hockey and Kalia and Farmah played rugby – they have an understanding of how to get the body battle ready "A lot of our players come from a rugby background" says Kalia "They have the built physicality and were also keen to give kabaddi a try" The England team brought together by veteran Indian coach Ashok Das travelled to Kenya for a few practice matches But that was the limited exposure they got coming into the World Cup "I think we had to come straight here" says Enson who was born in Kerala but shifted base when he was just one-year-old "The squad that is here for the Kabaddi World Cup we didn’t practise together as a team even once in England" They have beaten total newbies like Argentina and Australia in the group stages But against traditional powerhouses India and Bangladesh they came up short" Being part of the World Cup is a big deal for the bunch Especially given that their families attach a nostalgic value to it "My dad tries to coach me over the phone" says Farmah "But he basically just goes on to tell me the rules like if you touch the defender you will get a point" It is a massive step forward Though not celebrities yet they have given kabaddi some sort of momentum in England Because of this band of boys premier sports channel Sky Sports is carrying a highlight capsule on the Kabaddi World Cup and introducing the game to a whole new region and population Kabaddi says Kalia is slowly shedding the tag of an Indian game played by Indian-origin players in England Leeds United Kingdom:Alex Hales and Jonathan Bairstow frustrated Sri Lanka after debutant all-rounder Dasun Shanaka sparked a top-order collapse on the first day of the first Test against England at Headingley on Thursday England who were 70 for four soon after lunch had moved on to 171 for five when rain prevented any play after tea and forced an early close to an intriguing opening day in the 75th Test staged at Headingley Opening batsman Hales under pressure for his place after a modest return inEngland’s series win in South Africa was a Test-best 71 not out with Bairstow on his Yorkshire home ground unbeaten on 54 The pair’s so far unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of 88 helped England recover after Shanaka’s treble strike helped justify Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews’s decision to field first Alex Hales hit a half century to power England’s recovery Getty Mathews won the toss in overcast conditions reminiscent of those at Headingley two years ago when his side triumphed in the second Test to seal their first series win in England England captain Alastair Cook who started his innings needing just 36 more runs to become the first Englishman to score 10000 in Tests got off the mark with a trademark clip off his legs for four But the left-handed opener was caught behind for 16 going for a cover drive off a wide but full delivery from Shanaka Compton and Root ducks Three deliveries later and still in the 21st over Shanaka had the under-fire Nick Compton out for nought with first slip Lahiru Thirimanne holding a low catch Joe Root England’s recently crowned player of the year in all formats also fell for a duck to Shanaka as he edged to gully Shanaka who scored a hundred in Sri Lanka’s final warm-up match without hinting at his worth as a bowler had taken three wickets for one run in eight balls The 24-year-old’s return again proved the value of accurate medium pace in conditions offering some assistance if not extravagant movement for swing and seam bowling England were 57 for three at lunch Hales was then 38 not out with debutant James Vince unbeaten on nought After getting off the mark Vince 25 whose elegant style has been compared to that of Michael Vaughan struck two fours — a cover-drive and straight drive — worthy of the former England skipper But Vince who recently scored a hundred at Headingley for Hampshire against county champions Yorkshire exited for nine when he nicked Shaminda Eranga to gully All-rounder Ben Stokes struck three fours but holed out tamely to mid-on off Nuwan Pradeep Hales completed an admirable 112-ball fifty in the circumstances when he drove Dushmantha Chameera behind point for his 10th four Since former captain Andrew Strauss retired four years ago eight batsmen — including Hales — have had spells as Cook’s opening partner without making the position their own But Thursday saw Hales whose previous Test best score of 60 came against South Africa at Cape Town in January demonstrate he could rein himself in when the bowlers were on top Bairstow was given out lbw on 41 but successfully reviewed the decision and soon afterwards lofted spinner Rangana Herath for six Sri Lanka then reviewed a not out call in favour of the wicket-keeper when Herath’s lbw appeal was rejected with replays again favouring Bairstow Players from both sides wore back armbands in memory of all those killed by recent flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 14 2016 6:46 am Top News Upholding an order of the family court increasing child’s maintenance amount payable by the father the Bombay High Court recently said a father had an obligation to see that his child lived in the same comfort that he would have had if he was living with him With the wife and the husband having filed for a divorce the former had moved an application for enhancement of the maintenance amount to be paid by the father for the son A trial court had earlier granted maintenance of Rs 20000 to the wife and Rs 5000 to the son The wife recently said that the amount was granted when the son was nearly two-years-old but he was now four-years-old and expenses towards school fees tuition fees extra curricular activities had increased She added that the son was allergic and expenses towards his medical care had to be looked after Share This Article Related Article So a family court increased the maintenance amount from Rs 5000 to Rs 15000 Upholding this Justice R M Savant said “In my view it is not possible to accept the contentions raised by the husband As observed by the family court at the time when the interim maintenance was fixed the son was one-year and 11-months old However he is now four-years-old and his requirements have obviously changed considering his age He also seems to be having a respiratory infection and the expenses for treatment have been incurred by the wife” The HC held that the wife had incurred expenses for his education too It said earlier the child was in a Kindergarten school but was now in a regular school for which the school fees and the tuition fees had to be paid along with charges for transport from house to school WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE The father of the child had contended that the enhancement had been granted without considering his financial condition and the increase would have an impact on whatever was left with him after paying compensation to both his son and wife For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: October 14 2016 4:38 pm Simon Mignolet has been benched by Jurgen Klopp for the last three games (Source: Reuters) Top News Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet is itching to return to the team for the Premier League match against arch-rivals Manchester United at Anfield on Monday Manager Juergen Klopp has preferred Loris Karius for the last three games but erratic performances from the 23-year-old German have prompted calls for Mignolet to be restored to the starting line-up “I didn’t play the last two weeks and I don’t want it to be any longer I look at it positively I hope to play against United I still feel confident because of my good league start” Mignolet told reporters “Against Arsenal Tottenham and Leicester I have been important for the team by making some good saves I have the advantage that the game against United is on Monday so I can have a full preparation” the Belgian added “I don’t know what the coach will decide I can just prepare myself 100 percent Whether I play or not nothing will change my match preparation” Fourth-placed Liverpool have won their last four league games United sixth in the table won both league meetings between the sides last season For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Bengaluru | Published: October 20 2015 9:45 pm Related News An office of the taxi aggregator service Uber Taxi was vandalized by drivers attached to the firm in Bengaluru on Tuesday for alleged non payment of incentives Police said that more than 100 drivers attacked the office and vandalized it after a meeting with management fell through on Tuesday “This is an issue that concerns the labour department We have received a complaint from Uber on their office being vandalized We are looking at CCTV camera footage Action will be taken against persons who were involved” a police officer said Police said that after a meeting of some drivers with the Uber management to resolve an incentive issue failed the drivers were forced out of the office and the gates were locked Subsequently more than 100 drivers tried to force themselves inside the office and pelted stones damaging the window panes The drivers have accused Uber of not keeping a promise to pay an incentives of Rs 350 for every trip to drivers For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanghamitra Mazumdar | New Delhi | Published: July 12 2011 11:19 am Related News On a visit to a maternity and baby clothes shop a couple of months agoI saw a heavily pregnant woman walking to the cash counter with a trolley full of nappiesfeeding bottlesclothes and other items I too was tempted to lay my hands on a few of the beautiful dresses and other interesting stuff on display But like many other familiesmine too is against any shopping before the baby is bornwhich means I will miss out on the big shopping opportunitywhich my husband plans to enjoy when I am in hospital Running 33rd weekI am inching closer to the due date and will go on maternity leave with the beginning of the ninth month My movements will be restricted to the weekly visits to the doctor Henceafter my next appointment with my doctor this weekI plan to do some window shopping on the way back home I will check out the shops and shortlist a few things I want for my baby My husband can pick them up later On my shopping list are a cotmattressblanketspillowsmosquito netnappiesdiaperscot sheetsbaby bath tubbath towelshand towelsa baby bagbottlesbaby soapslotionstoys and the related paraphernaliawhich the newborn will immediately need A baby coming home means it will bring its whole world along From clothes to food itemsyou need a lot of planning to make the new member comfortable in your world Once my leave startsthe first thing I plan to do is to empty out one of the cupboards to make space for the little ones essentials The house needs to be cleaned and dustedand a daily routine chalked out for the chores A great relief for me is the fact that my mother and mother-in-law will be with me soon At the same timeI am desperately looking out for a trusted help who I will need when the mothers will be gone and this new mother will be on her ownwith the maternity leave over A major planning is required towards the monetary front too when a baby is on the way With medical insurances usually not counting maternity as illnessyou will have to depend on the one provided by your officemostly in the form of a fixed amountor on your bank balance Some amount of saving will come in handy to meet the sudden expenses Once on maternity leaveyou cant go out as and when you wish Remember to stock your refrigerator with food items you need or crave for Ensure you dont run out of milkfresh fruitsvegetablesand your medicines Keep your cellphone charged and important phone numberslike that of 24-hour call taxishandy My worst nightmare is my labour pain starting earlywhen my husband is in office and I have no one around to drive me to hospital till he comes back? Though doctors always give you a due datethe baby may come early in many cases On my last visit to hermy doctor told me I might deliver two weeks early Halfway through third trimestermany pregnant women develop certain conditionsrequiring early hospitalisation It is hence better to be prepared for the big day beforehand Keep your hospital bag readycomplete with all your medical reportsinsurance paperschange of clothes and other essentials so that you dont have to depend on others to do the needful and there is no last-minute rush in case you have to reach hospital before time Once you are readyit will only be wait and watch — for the date given for aC-sec deliveryor the first signs of labourabout which your doctor will tell you at the right time For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News the unit had to get up early morning and travel one-and-half hours and then climb mountain everyday.
The javelin thrower is currently undergoing medical tests for his recovery programme." says K P Mathur, With most Harkesh Nagar residents working as contractual workers.