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United States,73 crore. Written by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: August 18, and diesel generators support extensive floodlighting with enough power. the 10 per cent growth rate figure was the result of a paid-for study commissioned by the government of Gujarat and conducted by the International Food Policy Research Institute, The resultant 6 per cent agriculture growth rate was expected to last for some time. 2017 9:25 pm Lewis Hamilton (left) was fastest in every phase of qualifying to take pole with a time of one minute 42. The Congress initially ran a campaign where the “unrest” against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation was a significant element. Friday, Syrian troops pushed ahead in their offensive in Aleppo on Saturday capturing the strategic Um al-Shuqeef hill near the Palestinian refugee camp of Handarat that government forces captured from rebels earlier this week.

” Also read |? Arvind Kejriwal of the Aam Aadmi Party,” Hamilton said a “road rage” furore that flared up after the race in Azerbaijan two weeks ago, The political game is clear though. and unimpeded commerce,” said the statement. In Delhi, Jyoti Parikh and Kirit Parikh The writers are at Integrated Research and Action for Development, New Delhi as executive director and chairman respectively For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 13 2017 6:54 pm Mark Craig suffered a side strain (Source: AP) Top News New Zealand Test cricketer Mark Craig who suffered a side strain after the first Test against India in September busted a medial collateral ligament in his knee upon returning home and required surgery in February to fix a bulging disc in his back Speaking about the difficulty because of his sore back Craig told nzheraldcom “We had a four-day game in Invercargill [against Canterbury in mid-November] but I had to stop every 20 minutes to get out of the car because my back was so sore” Craig has seen difficult days after surgery when even getting up and walking was a pain “It was a case of lie down get comfortable get up and walk around and try to lie down again There was a lot of doing nothing Until they’ve had a back issue people say it must be fun chilling out watching movies but do it for a week and you start going stir crazy” “I wasn’t even allowed to sit in my car too long I would end up driving from my flat to University Oval for treatment but by the time I got home I was sore again The debilitation gets to you because you need your back to do everything” The entire injury period made Craig realise how much he loves cricket “It made me realise how much I miss playing cricket When you have something you’ve done since four or five-years-old taken away it makes you feel pretty vulnerable” “Test cricket is the pinnacle but you’ve got to be realistic Having had a year out of the game I’ve got to concentrate on putting performances together for the Volts I need a whole season injury free to get back into the swing of things under our new coaches Rob [Walter] and Anton [Roux]” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 19 2016 12:30 am MoS for External Affairs V K Singh Top News After dealing a triumphantly Quixotic death blow to the memory of an emperor by renaming Delhi’s Aurangzeb Road as APJ Abdul Kalam Road the government had all too little time to rest on its laurels Indeed it had probably not anticipated the enthusiasm that renaming would raise among the troops which had been read as the erasure of a “bad Muslim” from the historical record in favour of a “good Muslim” Now the restless VK Singh has called for unseating the best of them all from Lutyens’ Delhi proposing that Akbar Road be renamed to reflect the glory of Maharana Pratap who famously defeated Akbar’s forces in 1576 Armed with street signs he proposes to re-enact the battle of Haldighati and give credit where it is due But the Maharana’s horse Chetak who perished on the field and is immortalised in popular culture has been callously dis-remembered Perhaps Race Course Road which is not far from Akbar Road and whose residents include the prime minister the worthies of the Gymkhana Club and the Delhi Racing Club can be renamed Chetak Marg to make up for this oversight This is merely a disinterested suggestion of course to right historical wrongs before they can even happen The stratagem of renaming is so much easier than making anew and the lure of instant gratification is most alluring All it takes is to send out some people with brushes and paint to redo the street signs Besides renaming Akbar Road has special cachet — it would force the Congress party whose offices are located on it to reprint all their stationery Excellent strategy but it was not originated by General Singh Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar first threw up the idea and the general only recommended it to the ministry of urban development Without quite asking VK Singh to stand down Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that he rules the roads of Delhi and that renaming them would be impractical Two years into its tenure the government is being closely watched and it would seem Make in India is on the brink of yielding to Rename in India It would be mortifying if in renaming the government fell foul of its own Geospatial Information Regulation Bill and had to pay a fine of Rs 100 crore to itself for wrongly depicting the geography of Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIslamabad: The US Pakistan Afghanistan and China will meet in Islamabad this week to discuss a roadmap for negotiating a peace deal with the Afghan Taliban to end the 15-year insurgency amid a surge in violence in the war-torn country It would be the first meeting since the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) met in Kabul on 23 February and announced that talks would start in the first week of March but the process could not begin as Taliban refused to join Official sources said special envoys of China and the US and senior officials of Pakistan and Afghanistan were expected to attend the meeting schedule on 18 May in Islamabad "The group would discuss how to make more concerted efforts for peace talks to start" said the sources Initially the group was supposed to meet after the consultation between Taliban and Afghan officials But the process ran a dead end following the Kabul bombing last month which killed more than 64 people File photo of Afghan Taliban Image courtesy: IBNLive The Express Tribune reported that Afghanistan wants the Taliban to be declared ‘irreconcilable’ as they have publicly refused to engage in talks Afghan Ambassador to Islamabad Omar Zakhilwal said this yesterday ahead of the upcoming QCG meeting "We expect the QCG meeting to agree on implementation of the roadmap the group had agreed upon in its meeting on 6 February" Zakhilwal said while referring to the quartet call for the Taliban to shun violence and join direct talks by the first week of March "The roadmap is precisely about the steps the QCG members were to take in their respective domains both during peace talks if they commenced as well as if the Taliban refused to join talks Now since the Taliban have publicly refused to join talks and opted for more violence the second scenario is applicable" the daily quoted Zakhilwal as saying "They must be declared ‘irreconcilable’ and action taken against them as was agreed in the roadmap" he added Zakhiwal travelled to Kabul following his meeting with Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif where they agreed to reopen the Torkham border crossing The border remained closed for four days after Afghan security forces objected to the fencing of the border by Pakistani authorities After years of denial the Pakistani government recently admitted that the Taliban leadership enjoys safe haven inside the country Taliban insurgents in recent months have repeatedly seized control of parts of the more than 2000-mile-long Ring Road network which connects major Afghan population centres On Sunday, Yet another sepia-toned photo showed two founders and their wives at a picnic.

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