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both the mind and the soul and not just the body” said the actress Along with planning her new fitness regime Nargis has another resolution of being “Fashionably-fit” “Wearing the right apparel and shoes while working out in itself is rewarding and gives you that ‘feel-good’ factor along with boosting your confidence Moreover wearing technologically advanced gear that helps you breathe and keeps your body cool is essential for a great calorie-burning session” she said As Nargis is all set to make fitness her ball and chain in 2016 she also exhorts fitness lovers to take a pledge with her by sharing fitness resolution on Twitter and Reebok India For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: June 29 2016 5:45 am Top News The Delhi government has notified another part of the ‘unified building bye-laws 2016’ which allows cell phone towers in residential areas but only after the service providers take written permission from the commissioner of the municipal corporation concerned The new notification also gives the municipal corporation power to finalise the ‘scale of fee’ the service providers have to pay for the land or the building they are using Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The notification added that the permission will also be “subject to technical and safety parametres and further subject to any other obligation imposed by any law” If any towers hoardings or such structures are set up without permission from the commissioner of the civic body the person or corporation concerned will have to pay “damage charges” according to the notification “These charges may be fixed by the commissioner” it added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIndore: A relieved Mahendra Singh Dhoni took a dig at those calling for his ouster as India’s limited overs captain saying there are a lot of "people who wait with open swords and want him to make mistakes" Facing the heat after a run of defeats and for his own poor form with the bat Dhoni scored a match-winning 86-ball 92 in the second match on Wednesday to guide India to a 22-run victory and level the ODI series 1-1 "It is not an easy game that we play a lot of people wait with open swords and want you to make mistakes and have fun with it" Dhoni said after India bowled out South Africa for 225 in 434 overs in a chase of 248 MS Dhoni praised his team’s overall effort as India levelled the series 1-1 AFP "It was a good game for us There were a few soft dismissals and we didn’t score something which was par on this wicket We didn’t start well with our bowling but our spinners did well and gave us the breakthrough and later the pacers also came into action and gave us those wickets which was needed at that point of time "So overall I would not say it was a complete game because definitely we can play much better with our skills but it is good to win games" he added Dhoni made it clear he was not completely happy with the performance of his team but said it was good to win after a series of losses "It is not every time you lose in home conditions Yes we didn’t play to our full capacity we are not even 80 per cent of what we can so overall it was a good team performance As a batting unit we may not have scored something which we could have defended but the bowlers showed that we are able to defend that" Asked if he was tensed when No 9 K Rabada was batting Dhoni said: "It is always difficult when lower order batters are batting We knew we needed two good deliveries and a bit of luck too We had to play to our self strategy I wont say that the game was in our hand but we had a chance if we could bowl at the right areas and I feel the bowlers did that" Talking about his performance Dhoni said: You always want to play well for your country but not always things goes your way "In the last 2-3 years it’s the top order major work for us they loads of runs That means the middle and lower order batsmen get to bat after 35 overs We do crib about the fact that we are not good enough to go for big shot straight away That is something we have to improve Someone has to do it It is fact but sometimes you have to do the dirty job It has been a good 2-3 years with few ups and downs But overall as a team we have done well" PTI London: A seventh man was on Monday arrested by British police’s counter-terrorism officers in connection with the bomb attack on a London underground train that injured 30 people earlier this month The 20-year old man was arrested at an address in Cardiff Wales early on Monday morning under Section 41 of the UK’s Terrorism Act Representational image Reuters He has been taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody Scotland Yard said in a statement The arrests were carried out by officers from the Metropolitan Police’s Counter-Terrorism Command supported by colleagues from the Welsh Extremism and Counter Terrorism Unit (WECTU) and South Wales Police Officers are also carrying out a search at an address in Cardiff as part of the ongoing investigation into the attack at Parsons Green station in London on 15 September which injured 30 people It was Britain’s fifth major militant attack so far this year "So far seven people have been arrested as part of the investigation being carried out by the Met’s Counter-Terrorism Command; one person has been charged in relation to the attack three people remain in police custody and three people have been released with no further action” the Met Police said Ahmed Hassan believed to be of Middle Eastern origin was the first suspect to be formally named by Scotland Yard last week as officers produced him before Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London on Friday The 18-year-old arrested a day after the London Tube bombing on 15 September was remanded in custody and is due to appear at the Old Bailey court in London on 13 October The police had also revealed the explosive used by the prime suspect in the terror attack as triacetone triperoxide (TATP) similar to ingredients used in some of the previous terror attacks in Europe such Paris in November 2015 Written by Khaled Ahmed | Published: November 8 2014 12:02 am Connectivity is another way of saying “no war” but in our parts “no war” is considered a cowardly thing Related News As Prime Minister Narendra Modi delays peace talks with Pakistan and the LoC heats up another meeting of SAARC looms this month barring South Asian leaders from talking war and persuading them to focus on the more modern concept of “connectivity” Modi is the man of “connectivity” when he is not being warlike and knows more about it than Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who thinks connectivity with India is the way to go for Pakistan Connectivity is another way of saying “no war” but in our parts “no war” is considered a cowardly thing Today the world thinks if two warrior states become interdependent they will find it hard to go to war Connectivity is achieved through free trade and you need roads to get your goods across borders If Pakistan is sensitive to self-interest it should truly exploit the “edge” of strategic physical location that makes neighbours interdependent with it That edge is called transit trade and Pakistan and Afghanistan have that advantage Pakistani-American scholar Mahnaz Z Ispahani wrote in her seminal book on the issue of routes and anti-routes Roads and Rivals: The Politics of Access in the Borderlands of Asia (1989) and remains the best source on South Asia’s attitudes towards “regional connectivity” She concluded that roads were essential to a country’s internal cohesion; cross-border roads tended to be seen as breaching security and imposing cohesion where it was not required by states before they could reconcile with each other as friendly states There were states that sought access and there were others that denied access and established anti-routes Borders were the first natural anti-routes At the risk of committing heresy in Pakistan I will repeat the well-worn adage: nothing destroys frontiers as free trade As Ispahani predicted the “anti-route stage” has passed Warriors don’t like trade because it prevents war In Pakistan the Pakistan army decides how to make Pakistan secure Security today is mostly seen as an economic attribute but Pakistan’s agenda is not overtly economic no matter that two political parties serially ruling the country have come to grief pushing free trade with India Is “connectivity” a leveraging instrument for the transit state if it is denied to neighbours or does it start leveraging after you have allowed it Pakistan thinks denying “connectivity” makes it powerful; Afghanistan under Hamid Karzai thought on the same lines For some in Pakistan it is not trade-first but Kashmir-first Cross-border trade has its problems however A report in Dawn says: “As the Indians seek permission to export over a million tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan through Pakistan’s land route the flour milling industry here is up in arms threatening protests and warning of the adverse impact that it would have on its business” After reckoning that the ever-looming war will likely never allow transit through Pakistan India has developed an alternative route through Iran and can send its goods to Afghanistan and Central Asia on the Chabahar port route but the preference for the shorter Pakistani route is understandable The flour-millers of Pakistan who export to Afghanistan have raised an issue that India and Pakistan have to resolve if they choose to “normalise” through trade Pakistan has to ensure regular passage and India has to rationalise its hidden and not-so-hidden subsidies to the agricultural sector Pakistan has learned its bitter lessons after stopping the Nato supply in a fit of military dudgeon which also stopped the Afghan transit trade alienating Afghanistan and causing curtailment of incomes in Pakistan Many Indians rightly think India has to sort out its tiff with the WTO on subsidies Things will move in the right direction sooner or later because war is no solution Free market becoming regional is also unavoidable which means India and Pakistan have to adjust their markets too Automobile and agricultural lobbies in Pakistan resist free trade with India which means India has to recalibrate subsidies or compensate Pakistan; and Pakistan has to finally allow Pakistanis to buy cheaper cars from India — or Indian cars made in Pakistan — and allow capitalism’s “creative destruction” of its protected sectors Pakistan’s “security” concerns are not greatly aroused by the north-south trade corridor it is building with China mainly because it is seen as a move against India and in the larger global perspective against the US China has the money and the road-building technology and Pakistan needs infrastructure to allow its economy to expand Earlier Pakistan stubbed its toe on the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline because of the new global cold war and Iran’s perceived aggression by Pakistan’s other friends Like China Iran had the money and the pipe-laying expertise It is hard to believe that a similar pipeline from Turkmenistan will go through Pakistan to India any time soon when Afghanistan is about to tilt into its next bout of civil war Starting late China has already taken the Turkmen gas through a 1000-mile pipeline to its western provinces Ironies abound in our parts Afghanistan whose warlords think only of war is being ruled by an ex-World Bank economist who will plump for trade even if he sees Pakistan wedded to its India-centrism in foreign policy But Nato helicopters earlier this month crossed into Pakistan’s Khyber tribal agency as Afghan officials complained of Pakistani interference in Afghanistan Unfortunately many non-state actors in Pakistan run their own foreign policy as was signalled by Iran’s cross-border assault in October on Pakistan’s western frontier because Pakistan-based Jandullah does mischief inside Iran and another banned outfit called Lashkar-e-Jhangvi kills Pakistani Shias going to Iran Pakistan is more used to being the spoiler but China’s pragmatism might dissuade it from thinking war while its economy is in a nosedive An enlightened ex-foreign secretary of Pakistan Riaz Mohammad Khan refuses to think of Afghanistan as a potential Indian base for a strategic “encirclement” of Pakistan He wrote in a recent paper about the Pakistani posture of using its geostrategic importance to thwart regional trade by linking it to Kashmir: “A case can be made that Pakistan should fully exploit [its] negative potential to serve its interests This is a self-negating argument as has been obvious from Pakistan’s experience with the Afghan conflict and extremist militancy… There is a similar parallel in the self-inflicted harm caused by defining national identity in quasi-ideological and narrow nationalistic terms by placing Pakistan in an antithetical juxtaposition with India There is need for a clear and constructive narrative on several fundamentals including national identity the challenges we face and national aspirations that must resonate with present-day imperatives of progress modernity and welfare of the people” Prime Minister Modi should take a close look at Pakistan’s new “revisionism” of old policies and not seek to appease “justified” public outrage in India over cross-border acts of terror by Pakistani proxies by acting tough on the LoC In the long run it is his thinking of frontloading strategy with trade which will prevail in South Asia This is what he should also speak about at the coming SAARC summit in Kathmandu The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 22 2017 5:34 pm Rory McIlroy has not won a tournament this year and missed the cut at the US Open (Source: Reuters) Top News Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy has voiced support for the PGA Tour’s drug-testing reforms that introduce blood screening and revise the list of banned substances to match the World Anti-Doping Agency’s directory for the 2017-18 season Last July the 28-year-old Briton expressed concern over the lack of regular drug testing in golf compared with other Olympic sports and advocated the introduction of blood testing The PGA tour said on Tuesday that urine tests would still make up a bulk of examinations but blood screening would be introduced to detect human growth hormone Policies regarding player suspensions for illegal drugs use will also be made more transparent “If we’re not blood testing we’re not doing all we can to make sure that golf is a clean sport so I obviously welcome the news” McIlroy was quoted as saying by the Daily Telegraph ahead of Thursday’s first round of the Travelers Championship “If golf wants to be a sport in the Olympics it needs to get on board with everything that all the other sports do as well “I really don’t think anyone should be fearful as I don’t think that golf has any sort of drug problem at all You have to be so careful about what you take but that’s part and parcel about being an athlete” McIlroy who has battled a recurring rib injury since January has not won a tournament this year and missed the cut at the US Open earlier this month but hopes he can still finish the season on a strong note “I always felt 2017 was going to be a bit of a transitional year…” he added “It’s still got two majors (left) and I’d like to finish it well “But if I look back over my first 10 years as a pro am I happy with where my career’s at I would say ‘yes I guess’ But I definitely feel like in the next 10 years that I can do better” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tarun Khanna | Updated: January 19 2016 5:30 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley during the launch of “Startup India” action plan at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi (PTI Photo) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just launched the Start-up India scheme first alluded to on Independence Day last year In the interim five months the aspiration the reality and the stretch goal of this initiative have been coming into focus First the aspiration As several entrepreneurs said at the event we should take it upon ourselves to imagine and implement solutions to our own problems Who better to look to for insight than those living with the issues Of course there’s no point reinventing the wheel Wherever similar problems have been identified and partly solved elsewhere we should unabashedly borrow solutions giving credit where it is due Part of the aspiration also as MoS for finance Jayant Sinha reminds us is that there is a real opportunity here for Indian entrepreneurs to provide solutions to the developing world much as the United States has provided solutions for the developed world This aspiration makes eminent sense After all mobile money solutions from East Africa and low-cost medical diagnostics from India have speedily disseminated across the developing world already as ready proof-of-concept Of course every country is busy developing along its own path with idiosyncratic problems Nonetheless there is some commonality across the classes of problems For example the idea of innovating under scarcity and of ensuring access to the disenfranchised are generalised concerns across at least four of the world’s seven billion people Turn next to the reality Full marks are due to the PM for tapping into the enthusiasm of our youth They are the engines of entrepreneurship across India Beyond these celebratory exhortations we have already made incremental but solid progress on substantive policies Finance Minister Arun Jaitley just announced that the tax burden on start-ups would be simplified If one looks at numerous surveys on the web about the pet peeves of entrepreneurs foremost among these are the tax burden and the regulatory morass in which small companies must wallow This is enervating the kiss of death That the FM has responded is excellent news But we should also be mindful not just of those who are already entrepreneurs but those who aspire to be Their voices are unheard in these web surveys Think for example of the millions who benefit from microfinance today Some are capable of much more These would-be entrepreneurs would likely put capital scarcity high up on their list of problems as they would the difficulty of getting relevant skills to further realise their potential We should think of “start-up” and “stand-up” as applying to the broadest swathes of our society not just e-commerce and mobile apps as important as these are Still on the substantive reality it’s encouraging that policy machinery is coming into place Recently I had the honour of chairing the Expert Committee on Entrepreneurship and Innovation for the government of India As a consequence of the report we submitted a few months ago we now have a structure in place within NITI Aayog for the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) with appropriate governance to provide a forum to discuss issues and monitor policy progress The press and the public should hold us to account so that action survives much beyond today’s euphoria Finally the stretch goal All these policy initiatives will not amount to much if we don’t measure our progress What should we measure How aggressive should it be I’d suggest echoing my colleagues’ views in the AIM report I mentioned that we have some short-run and medium-run goals As an example in the short run I’d certainly like us to dramatically upgrade and expand our incubator ecosystem Why focus on this Because there is a foundation of effort and interest upon which we can build yet there is a lot of inefficiency in the system affording us the opportunity to make measurable progress There is much that can be done to link the incubators on the input side to the university and laboratory ecosystem and on the output side to corporates Another stretch goal for us is to get the government to adopt a bit of the start-up bug The PM appears to be inclined to think in that fashion perhaps he can excite others on his team to do the same In a start-up one adopts a risk-taking and experimenting attitude and one works as part of a team Both these dimensions should infect government machinery more than they currently do Risk-taking is not an attribute that is commonly heard in Delhi’s halls Since entrepreneurship is a team sport we need different policy initiatives of the government to work in concert rather than in silos — for example the AIM the financial inclusion policies of the finance ministry and the RBI the skill development attempts of that ministry and the ministry of science and technology’s efforts to upgrade the scientific infrastructure These are just a couple of examples of areas where we can stretch and measure Hopefully we can have a continued national conversation about this through the mechanisms set up by the AIM The key to a stretch goal is that it is sufficiently challenging so that it motivates us to work away at it but not so hopelessly ambitious that it ends up being discouraging to the rank and file So while the twitterati are agog with enthusiasm at the celebration I’m even more encouraged by the substantive progress towards fulfilling our aspirations The writer chaired the government’s Expert Committee on Entrepreneurship and Innovation He is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at Harvard Business School and director of Harvard University’s South Asia Institute For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 20 2017 10:21 am At the onset of monsoon worried by the past few years’ dengue incidence and malaria infections on the premises resident doctors had initiated awareness campaigns this year Top News Heavy rainfall and water stagnation have taken a toll on doctors living in hostels of government hospitals with at least seven dengue cases diagnosed in KEM in the past 15 days and four others at Sion hospital last month Till Monday three doctors remained admitted in KEM hospital for dengue treatment The surge has been noticed since the deluge on on August 29 Of the three resident doctors a woman intern was discharged Tuesday from the intensive care unit while two others from the gynaecology and the medicine departments were discharged Monday Other doctors who contracted dengue were from medicine surgery and gynaecology departments “All of them are stable No one is currently diagnosed with dengue in the hospital” said KEM dean Dr Avinash Supe adding that a few doctors opted for private treatment while others got admitted to the hospital According to resident doctors a breeding site was found last month in an under-construction building in Parel near the resident doctors’ hostel At the onset of monsoon worried by the past few years’ dengue incidence and malaria infections on the premises resident doctors had initiated awareness campaigns this year While the KEM hospital administration undertook fogging last month through the insecticide department the Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) urged doctors to maintain cleanliness drain excess water and apply mosquito repellent for prevention “Every year we form a team for KEM hospital to inspect breeding spots and destroy them This year before and throughout the monsoon a team has been constantly inspecting hostels residential quarters and hospital premises to destroy breeding sites of anopheles and aedes mosquitoes” said a senior civic official from the insecticide department In JJ hospital resident doctors said no case of dengue infection had been diagnosed this year “Extra care was taken to keep the premises clean of water stagnation” said a member of MARD For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: September 18 2017 1:04 am Ronaldinho missed a chance in the opening minute as his header went way above the bar (Source: Twitter) Top News Brazilian legend Ronaldinho’s brace helped Delhi Dragons outclass Chennai Singhams 4-2 in their match in the second edition of Premier Futsal here tonight The Brazilian superstar was complemented by his team mates Rolon and Diego Nunes Costa who scored a goal each It took no time for Ronaldinho to score the first goal off a header after a pass from Diego Costa to take his side 1-0 ahead in the second minute of play In the third minute the Chennai side equalised courtesy their skipper and Argentinean legend Hernan Crespo who netted the ball in the right corner of goal Chennai missed on a couple of close chances in the opening quarter though it was the more aggressive team of the two In the second quarter Ronaldinho missed a chance in the opening minute as his header went way above the bar Crespo was not around but that did not stop his teammates and in the 14th minute it was Angel Claudino who netted the ball to take his side 2-1 up In the 17th minute Ronaldinho’s header was aptly saved by the Chennai custodian At the half-way mark Chennai led 2-1 In the third quarter De Jesus had a chance to equalise for the Delhi team but his header was blocked by goal keeper Preetam But in the 26th minute it was Rolon who equalised for Delhi after he striked from a little after the half line With a minute to finish the third quarter it was Ronaldinho who showed his class again After the initial shot by his team-mate was saved by goal keeper Ronaldinho smoothly drifted the ball inside the goal post to take Delhi 3-2 ahead In the 32nd minute Costa took the Chennai goal keeper by surprise when his shot went inside the goal post Delhi Dragons had defeated Ryan Giggs-led Mumbai Warriors 4-3 in their opening game with Ronaldinho scoring all the four goals Yesterday Chennai suffered a 3-1 loss at the hands of Telgu Tigers In the second game of the evening Mumbai Warriors scored a come-from-behind 6-4 victory against an equally impressive Kerala Cobras Other matches of this season will be held in Bengaluru and the semi-finals and final would be held in Dubai For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 9 2015 12:34 am Three persons were killed in Bhavnagar district in clashes involving workers of the Congress and Janata Front Related News Three persons were killed in Bhavnagar district in clashes involving workers of the Congress and Janata Front as the first phase of the Gujarat assembly election got underway Mobs in Ahmedabad city targeted the houses of two Congress candidates Early reports put polling at 50 per cent as most urban areas excluding Baroda and Surat voted Oil price rise Iran warned that an increase in oil prices was unavoidable to counter the loss of purchasing power incurred by petroleum-exporting countries as a result of inflation in the West The governor of Iran’s central bank Mohammed Yeganeh said there would be no increase before October 1 when a nine-month freeze would end as Opec had committed to not changing prices before then Rising Naxalism An Indian Express survey based on reports from Bihar Odisha and Andhra Pradesh blamed the indifference of state governments to the plight of poor tribals and frequent police interference on the side of the landlords during confrontations with sharecroppers for the rise in Naxalite violence The deteriorating condition of the rural landless in these states revived social tensions Repressive police action pushed tribals to the fold of the Naxalites the report said Subsidy to go The government proposed doing away with a cash subsidy on exports that had been in place since the devaluation of the rupee in 1966 Exporters would now be given larger “import entitlement” the report said Vietnam’s new capital Hanoi would be the capital of a unified Vietnam a statement from the North Vietnamese Assembly said The report described it as the most significant development since Saigon was liberated by North Vietnam forces on April 30 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Delhi government will allow free travel for commuters in all DTC and cluster buses during the odd-even scheme to encourage use of public transport Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said on Friday The odd-even car rationing scheme will be rolled out in Delhi for five days from 13 November as part of a graded response plan to tackle the alarming level of pollution in the city To encourage use of public transport during Odd- Even Delhi govt to allow free travel for commuters in all DTC and Cluster buses from 13-17 November — Kailash Gahlot (@kgahlot) November 10 2017 Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the move will encourage people to switch to public transport The Delhi Transport Corporation has a bus fleet of around 4000 buses while there are over 1600 cluster buses that form the backbone of the public transport along with Metro According to official data DTC buses carry around 35 lakh passengers every day However since the AAP came to power the DTC has not been able to purchase any new bus The odd-even scheme will be in place from 8 am to 8 pm and there will exemptions for women drivers and two-wheelers Click for Live updates on Delhi air pollution

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