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the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Friday. The RSS had betrayed India’s freedom struggle in 1942,father is fed up with the other. Kannada is my mother-tongue, Wait in queues for money, You just have to accept, it’s the sole responsibility of the delegates from the different national federations, accused in encounter killings of Sohrabuddin Sheikh,RIP Dhruv! pictwittercom/t1cHumUyPU — priyamani (@priyamani6) August 1 2017 #RIP brother #dhruvSharma pictwittercom/GHA615cNRF — Vikranth Santhosh (@vikranth_offl) August 1 2017 Shocked on knowing the passing away of one of the nicest guys around Will miss u my brother Be at peace wherever u are RIP #DhruvSharma pictwittercom/hHXgdUY48X — Aftab Shivdasani (@AftabShivdasani) August 1 2017 The postmortem was carried out at MS Ramaiah Hospital Dhruv Sharma is survived by his parents wife and two daughters For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News" said coach Simone Inzaghi with pride as his side target a third Serie A title and first since 2000.

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Concluded The writer was chief information commissioner to the government of India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon:British athletics great Mo Farah eased to victory in the 3000 metres at the Diamond League meet in the London Stadium on Sunday and insisted off the track matters didn’t concern him The 34-year-old –a four-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time world champion having achieved the 5000m and 10000m double twice in both sporting showpieces –said he could have done little about his medical records being hacked by Fancy Bears and then leaked to the press last week Britain’s Mo Farah wins the men’s 3000m at the IAAF Diamond League Anniversary Games AFP "Other things don’t distract me I’m only in control of my legs Never will I fail a test" said Farah "I run year after year with joy and there’s not much more you can do "I love being on the podium hearing the anthem and making people proud to be British I love what I do and I’m good at what I do –- you can’t worry about other stuff" Whilst Farah posted an impressive warm-up run for the world championships and his track swansong in London in three weeks’ time there were others too who made statements of intent Jamaica’s 100m and 200m women’s champion Elaine Thompson won the 100m coming from behind to edge out her great rival Dafne Schippers despite wearing shoes which resembled trainers "I do have on spikes but they are very petite They are built especially for me and made lighter" said Thompson "I’m really looking forward to the worlds A lot of Jamaicans are in London and it’s like our home town" There was a cracking race in the women’s 100m hurdles with world record holder Kendra Harrison pushed the whole way by Australia’s Sally Pearson who experienced her greatest moment on the same track in 2012 by taking Olympic gold "She (Pearson) really pushed me and I hit a few hurdles as I felt her next to me" said Harrison who made it 21 successive wins For Pearson it was a welcome return to form after injury blighted the past two years "My goodness I can’t believe it" beamed the 30-year-old "I knew I was in good shape This is far out I am really excited I’ve been able to prove myself" Merritt returns to form Aries Merritt suggested he could well be a title contender in the men’s 110m hurdles at the worlds just two years after undergoing a kidney transplant as the 2012 Olympic champion won in his season’s best of 1309 seconds "I won Olympic gold here and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be running into form at the right time" said Merritt American great Allyson Felix ran an eye-catching 400m to time 4965 seconds the fastest time in the world this year on what was her first appearance of the season in the Diamond League "I’m running into shape" said the 31-year-old who has six Olympic gold medals but just one in an individual event "I just so love the sport and I am going to keep fighting hard" Nijel Amos threw down the gauntlet to the 800m title contenders when the Botswana athlete ran the fastest time in the world this year in 1min 4318sec on the track where he won Olympic silver behind David Rudisha in 2012 "I have just kept the faith and worked hard and now I hope to see the fruits realised in August" said Amos who has battled back from injuries There was an emotional send-off for Paralympian legend David Weir who won his final track race –the 800m –in the stadium where he won three titles in the 2012 Paralympics "That is definitely the last time on the track" said Weir "This is the finale that I wanted –it is amazing to have my family here with me especially my kids who don’t come to many races" There was a world record in the rarely competed one-kilometre walk on its first outing in the Diamond League –Tom Bosworth recording a time of 5min 3108sec The British national anthem also rang out –an oddity in itself at a Diamond League meeting –as the men’s 4x400m relay quartet from the 2008 Beijing Olympics received bronze medals The quartet received their medals with IAAF president Sebastian Coe attending the ceremony because the Russians had been disqualified for doping By: AP | Berlin | Published: December 22 2016 5:44 pm RB Leipzig lost their unbeaten 13-match streak when they were shocked by Ingolstadt And in their final game before the winter break they slumped to a 3-0 loss to Bayern (Source: Reuters) Top News Few imagined at the start of the season that a fifth-tier club upon its foundation in 2009 would prove Bayern Munich’s biggest obstacle to an unprecedented fifth straight Bundesliga title But Leipzig has got the rest of the league sitting up and taking notice even if it failed its biggest test Wednesday by losing 3-0 in Munich “A lesson” Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuettl called it as a sense of normality returned to the top of the league Elsewhere however the big clubs are struggling with Leipzig trailed by a host of unlikely candidates as sheer graft and untiring teamwork prove their worth over underperforming stars Modest Freiburg which won the second division ahead of Leipzig last season is enjoying its best season since 2012-13 despite a net investment of just 5 million euros ($52 million) on transfers following promotion Coaches have been paying the price for their sides’ ineptitude Borussia Moenchengladbach’s Andre Schubert became the seventh Bundesliga coach to lose his position this season on Wednesday and it’s unlikely he’ll be the last with counterparts at Wolfsburg and Bayer Leverkusen facing uneasy Christmases One man who’ll enjoy the festivities is Bayern president Uli Hoeness back in charge after serving half of his 42-month prison term for tax evasion More than 97 percent of 7152 club members voted for the 64-year-old Hoeness to take his old position in November and the club bounced back from two straight defeats the next day Bayern has won each of its six games since his return TITLE RACE It seems only Leipzig can stop Bayern from claiming yet another title with the likes of Borussia Dortmund Bayer Leverkusen Moenchengladbach Wolfsburg and Schalke all faltering Carlo Ancelotti made the best start by any Bayern coach winning seven competitive games straight before Atletico Madrid ended his run in the Champions League That’s where his tenure will be judged after predecessor Pep Guardiola failed to capture Europe’s biggest prize in three seasons at the Bavarian club Ancelotti has had to listen to some criticism as Bayern no longer looked as dominant as in previous seasons but the Italian is experienced enough to have heard it all before Leipzig’s original aim for the season was stability in the top flight but now Europa League or even Champions League football is a real possibility The title is probably just one dream too many for Hasenhuettl’s side PICK OF THE PLAYERS Leipzig’s push at the top of the table would not be possible without the contribution of Naby Keita The combative Guinea international who arrived from sister club RB Salzburg in the summer has been producing standout performances from the outset pulling the strings in Leipzig’s midfield acting as a pivot between defense and attack and chipping in four goals as well as setting up two more Keita was laboring with a strain before the Bayern game and uncharacteristically caught in possession for one of the goals Clearly not fully fit he was taken off at half time as Leipzig slumped to only its second defeat in his absence EMERGING TALENT Serge Gnabry is showing that he made the right decision to switch from Arsenal to Werder Bremen in the summer The 21-year-old striker has bagged seven goals and set up two more for Bremen almost all of them important for a side battling relegation Gnabry scored again for the second successive game on Wednesday his late strike against Hoffenheim securing another draw Gnabry also announced his presence on the international scene with a hat trick on his Germany debut against San Marino Bayern is undoubtedly paying attention SURPRISES Not even Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz could have imagined when he bought fifth-tier side SSV Markranstaedt and rebranded it in his company’s livery to create Leipzig that the club would be top of the standings 11 games into its Bundesliga debut seven years later Mateschitz who made his fortune through energy drinks manufacturer Red Bull financed Leipzig’s progress through the lower leagues but this season’s immediate success in the top flight is unexpected for everyone involved “It’s also surprising for us” Hasenhuettl told The Associated Press Not everyone is happy with the side’s investment-enabled progress Leipzig’s team bus has been pelted with stones had paint thrown at it by masked assailants its players have been taunted and a severed bull’s head was thrown during a cup match against Saxony rival Dynamo Dresden early in the season But Leipzig’s performances have earned respect too and it looks as if the young club is here to stay POINTS TO PROVE After raising expectations again in his first season at Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel is coming under pressure to meet them in his second despite working with a young unsettled team after a summer of intense transfer activity Dortmund fans whistled Tuchel’s side off the pitch after Tuesday’s draw at home to Augsburg It was the team’s third consecutive league draw and it highlighted its inconsistency after brilliant displays earlier in the season Dortmund beat Bayern in the league topped a Champions League group containing Real Madrid and routed Legia Warsaw 8-4 in a goal-fest that displayed the side’s attacking potential That potential clearly displayed on various occasions is what’s causing frustrations with Dortmund’s inability to grind out wins even when it dominates games Dortmund is already 12 points behind Bayern at the halfway stage For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 10 2017 9:51 pm Tennis – French Open – Roland Garros Paris France – June 10 2017 Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against Romania’s Simona Halep Reuters / Benoit Tessier Related News Jelena Ostapenko stormed to a maiden Grand Slam title The Latvian who turned 20 just two days ago beat Simona Halep 4-6 6-4 6-3 to clinch the title She came into the tournament unseeded and all the way through to the title itself In the process she has become the first to do so since 1933 The match started on a shaky note for Ostapenko as the unforced errors that she committed led to Halep winning the first set 6-4 The Romanian who was one of the favourites owing to the non-participation of the likes of Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova then took a 0-4 lead in the second set At that point it looked like Halep may run away to the title Jelena Ostapenko wins her maiden Grand Slam title http://tco/tm3KSlKacZ 1er titre du Grand Chelem pour Jelena Ostapenko #RG17 pictwittercom/yVyxLPJuOO — Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) 10 June 2017 But then Ostapenko produced an astonishing comeback to take six games on the trot As the games progessed the shots became stronger and more confident and Halep was left with little answers It was the first title of any kind for Ostapenko and the last time that had happened was when Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten won the title in 1997 Kuerten won the title on the day that Ostapenko was born Jelena Ostapenko lifts her first tour level title – The Coupe Suzanne Lenglen Jelena Ostapenko soulève la Coupe Suzanne Lenglen #RG17 pictwittercom/C6X0hnOjAi — Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) 10 June 2017 Halep was as restrained as Ostapenko was aggressive Initially it did look like Halep would win the match with the approach but the pressure was too much to soak for her and she eventually looked drained It is the second time that Halep lost the French Open at the summit Moreover she would have replaced Angelique Kerber at the top of the WTA rankings Even now she will rise to second place in the world rankinsg In the two-hour contest Ostapenko hit 54 winners She had turned 20 on the day when she won her semi-final beating Timea Bacsinzsky and was the first unseeded player to make it into the final of the French Open since Mima Jauovec in 1983 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Melbourne | Published: May 13 2015 9:06 pm The study shows that almost 5 per cent of the world’s adult population (240 million people) have an alcohol use disorder and more than 20 per cent (1 billion people) smoke tobacco Related News One billion people in the world smoke tobacco while 240 million have an alcohol use disorder according to a new study that compiled the most up-to-date evidence on addictive disorders globally The study shows that almost 5 per cent of the world’s adult population (240 million people) have an alcohol use disorder and more than 20 per cent (1 billion people) smoke tobacco Getting good data on other drugs such as heroin and cannabis is much more difficult but for comparison the number of people injecting drugs is estimated at around 15 million worldwide researchers said The “Global Statistics on Addictive Behaviours: 2014 Status Report” shows that the harm to society from legal drugs is many times the harm from illicit drugs “For example alcohol use is estimated to result in loss of 257 disability adjusted life year per 100000 of population compared with just 83 for illicit drugs” researchers said There are huge regional differences in use of addictive drugs The heaviest drinkers are in Eastern Europe where 136 litres of alcohol is consumed per head of population each year followed by Northern Europe at 115 litres Central Southern and Western Asia have the lowest consumption at 21 litres Eastern Europe also has the most smokers at 300 per cent of adults closely followed by Oceania at 295 per cent and Western Europe at 285 per cent This compares with Africa at 14 per cent North and Central America with the Caribbean have the highest rates of injecting drug use at 08 per cent which is more than twice the rate in Northern Europe at 03 per cent The authors of the report note that there are important limitations to the data more so for illicit than legal drugs but believe that putting all this information in one place will make it easier for governments and international agencies to develop policies to combat this scourge “Bringing all this data together has been very challenging but having this global snapshot in one accessible resource should prove invaluable for policymakers and researchers” said the report’s lead author Associate Professor Linda Gowing based at the University of Adelaide in South Australia “The most striking thing to emerge is how much more damage is done to society by legal drugs than illegal ones It is a stark reminder of how the need to create shareholder value can work against global health and wellbeing” said University College London Professor Robert West an author of the report and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Addiction which commissioned the report For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: In a development that has caused a flutter in Jammu and Kashmir independent MLA from the border area of Langate in Kupwara Engineer Rashid has offered to join the Hurriyat Conference The two time MLA was working as an engineer in Jammu and Kashmir Project Construction Corporation (JKPCC) and was accused of being the spokesman of the militant outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) before he joined mainstream politics and contested the elections in 2008Engineer Rashid Getty Images The plunge of former militants or even their sympathisers into mainstream politics was not against the trend Congress MLA from Bandipora Usman Majeed was a militant before he turned to fight against them and became a legislator In the current PDP-BJP dispensation Social Welfare Minister Sajad Gani Lone is a politician whose father Abdul Gani Lone was considered to be the founder of Hurriyat Lone gave up separatist politics and went to the extreme of supporting BJP and was one of the first few politicians from Kashmir to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed clinched a power sharing deal with the BJP However Rashid’s joining of mainstream politics and now offering to work with either of the factions of Hurriyat headed by Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Syed Ali Shah Geelani is a development that is dramatic Although earlier former chief minister and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah praised the Hurriyat ahead of the Srinagar parliamentary elections in April the offer to join the separatists by any mainstream politician in Kashmir is a first of its kind Rashid was in 2006 accused of being the spokesman of JeM and he fought the case at a Srinagar court and was acquitted of the charges in 2012 Two years later in 2008 he resigned from the JKPCC to contest as an independent candidate from Langate assembly seat and got elected as an MLA He won the 2014 election as well from the seat But as an MLA Rashid talked about giving the people the right of joining Pakistan through the vote of self-determination which forced the BJP members to seek his expulsion as a legislator He also faced suspension as an MLA and has been critical of both the NC and PDP targeting them for the "sufferings of people of Kashmir" Rashid was attacked by the BJP MLAs earlier in the Legislative Assembly after he organised a beef party at the Srinagar MLA hostel The issue had snowballed into a major controversy and senior BJP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh had to apologise on behalf of his MLAs for the attack on Rashid as Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and NC working president Omar Abdullah condemned the action Before Rashid announced his plans to join Hurriyat his party members including the Awami Itehad Party (AIP) spokesman Inam-ul-Nabi were in touch with the separatists in Kashmir Inam went to meet Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz on Thursday to discuss the possibility of Rashid joining the separatist outfit but he said "the authorities didn’t allow me to meet Mirwaiz" Offering to join Hurriyat for the larger Kashmir cause of right to self-determination Rashid in a statement said "It is not the time to blame each other but work for resolution of Kashmir dispute and stop New Delhi from its utterances and efforts It is indulging in changing the dispute nature of J&K" The Langate MLA said that he was responding to the offer of Hurrriyat that mainstream politicians should join the separatists Rashid told Firstpost that he was forced to fight elections after the excesses committed by the government forces on him He also said that he was seeking appointment with Geelani Mirwaiz and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Yaseen Malik and other pro-freedom leaders to discuss joining the separatists A poster child of controversies Rashid would often praise Geelani and Mirwaiz in the Assembly when others accused him of reneging on his oath to abide by the Indian Constitution Rashid even said that Geelani and Mirwaiz were the true representatives of Kashmiri people while lashing out at Omar Abdullah asking him to desist from carrying out attacks on Geelani Omar had questioned the locus standi of Geelani to give a call for protection of Article 35A when he had not been recognising the Indian constitution Before Rashid made his offer public he had supported the 12 August call of the Hurriyat Conference against any move to scrap Article 35A that bars the people from outside in owning the properties in Kashmir By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 3 2017 3:26 am (Representational Image) Top News The J J Marg police on Saturday arrested two brothers for allegedly killing their elder brother and injuring their sister over a property dispute The incident took place early Saturday morning inside a room in Dongri where the three brothers lived According to the police Amiruddin Kazi (45) Allauddin Kazi (47) and the deceased Nizruddin Kazi (48) all bachelors lived in a room in the Faizul Aman Co-op Housing society in Dongri While Amiruddin and Allauddin worked as labourers Nizruddin was unemployed an officer said The trio would have frequent fights about who should get possession of their house On several occasions people in the building had to intervene to stop them from fighting said zonal deputy police commissioner Manoj Kumar Sharma An officer from J J Marg police station said “Apart from this the brothers often fought with Nizruddin for consuming alcohol and coming home late in the night They would have to wake up and open the door which led to frequent fights” On Friday night Nizruddin consumed alcohol and reached home around 1am The two brothers who had warned him in the past refused to open the door said the police An officer said that Nizruddin then called up his sister Rukaiya (55) who is married and lives in Mazgaon She came to their house and eventually the brothers allowed him inside “In the house a fight broke out between the siblings and Nizruddin told the brothers that they should sell the house immediately and give him his share The argument heated up and the two brother picked up a kitchen knife and stabbed Nizruddin When their sister tried to save him they attacked her as well” an officer from J J Marg police station said Eventually neighbours heard the commotion and informed police A team reached the spot and arrested the two brothers For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 12 2014 12:56 am Related News The alleged conversion of 57 Muslim families in Agra on December 8 mostly slumdwellers lured by promises of BPL cards by organisations affiliated to the Sangh Parivar is the latest incident in a grim pattern The Bajrang Dal is calling it “ghar wapsi” or homecoming but that is thin cover for what appears to be an organised and aggressive “dharm jagran” or religious awakening project to shore up the “Hindu count” By promoting a sense of siege in the majority community and rousing it to aggressive proselytisation Sangh Parivar organisations are crudely stoking minority anxieties These of course have already been sharpened by the alternately triumphalist and threatening postures and statements by these organisations in the six months since the BJP came to power At this moment it is not enough for the BJP to offer the technical argument that the Agra controversy is for UP’s SP government to address Nor can it credibly distance itself from Bajrang Dal-RSS plans at a time when its own MP Yogi Adityanath has unabashedly reiterated his intention to lead a similar “homecoming” in Aligarh later this month The dissonance only grows more glaring — between the daily professions of reform and claims of change at the top echelons of the Modi government on one side and the palpable simmer and regular eruption of a regressive minority-hating agenda at lower levels of the ruling party and parivar There has also been a noticeable upward creep of the irresponsibility and chauvinism — Union External Affairs Minister and BJP’s leading light Sushma Swaraj has urged that the Gita be accorded the status of national book and another Union minister sought to divide the people between “Ramzaadon” and “haramzaadon” At the end of six months the Modi government needs to acknowledge the contradiction that has built up on its watch Given the great expectations that shored up its surge to power it can tolerate or encourage it at its own peril This Parliament session the government was supposed to seize the opportunity to push through some of the crucial reforms on its agenda This is the moment when the Modi government should be strenuously and strategically persuading and dividing its opposition to get the important bills through the Rajya Sabha where it lacks the required numbers Instead in the session so far the government has had to defend itself against a belligerent opposition attack on Minister Niranjan Jyoti’s hate speech on one day and on the “reconversion” controversy on Thursday At the very least a government that wants to be seen as hardworking and purposeful must ask itself if it is spending too much time and energy on firefighting or covering up for the bigot within For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJammu: Several protesters on Thursday blocked the Amphalla-Janipur road against erratic power and water supply as commuters struggled to reach their destinations due to a massive traffic jam Representational image AFP The residents of New Plot area took to the streets and blocked the roads near Talimorh to protest frequent and unscheduled power cuts erratic water supply and bad condition of roads officials said According to officials the protesters burnt tyres and had a brief confrontation with policemen when the forces tried to end the demonstration around 10 am Raising slogans against BJP MLA and state unit president Sat Sharma the angry residents did not allow any vehicle to pass the road during the nearly three hour showdown A number of important buildings including the high court and Doordarshan office are located on the strike-hit Janipur road Though senior police and civic officers initially tried to persuade the protesters to disperse they had to resort to mild baton charge when the residents refused to budge Some youths also pelted stones at the officials The officials added that the situation was brought under control after the protesters were assured that all their issues would be addressed The pitch was at its submissive best, He said he started collecting waste material around five years ago. 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