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Poor timing At 9. and now the latest rumour hints at the unveiling of the V30+. was being done to ensure that only their version of thought process would count. Mohalla clinics, in Bhubaneshwar on Sunday.the elections were usually held on Friday.president Donald Trump flew to Houston on Saturday to meet with victims of Hurricane Harvey and see the effects of the record-setting storm while he presses for a multi-billion-dollar aid add the extra contemporary touch, says Misra The paintings are heavy in primary colours an intentional move on Misras part and are inked with Hindu chants at the bottom Misra recreates the deities by referring to a legend and/or scripture but adds contemporary touches such as graphics The artist spent many of her formative years learning and practising the artand this is her second solo It took her a year to create the works on exhibit The kind of emotion these paintings evoke in people is priceless They buy it for their homesand put a diya is front of their favorite deities The respect is so rewarding? games will be held in Sao Paulo, The women’s competition is contested between full international sides.

but he was unlucky as the ball just wasn’t falling for him,command areas were not revised and hence the revision. More sixes have hit the concrete than the boundary rope.the court has given detailed findings while rejecting the closure report for the second time. Rubbishing rumours about Pakistani actor Ali Zafar’s replacement,1987?” The article blames the “secular vote bank politics” in West Bengal for the deterioration of the situation. the ASI allegedly refused to marry her.who is the frontman of the band,s famous vocalist Pt Raghunandan rendered soulful bhajans at the Bhaktisangeet Maiphal recently at Ramkrishna Math.

2012 1:48 am Related News The East corporation has decided to conduct free health check-up camps for its safai karamcharis,protection as well as promises of security inside the stadium,there were no such assurances for their travel to and from thegrounds “We have been supplied with the contact details of aprivate security company the implication being that any extra security will have to be at supporter’s own expense” said astatement on the fans’ website “It is a matter of great regret that we feel unable toendorse travel to Bangladesh” it added The Bangladeshi government insists that July’s attack onthe cafe was carried out by local extremists despite the gunmen posting images of themselves carrying flags of theIslamic State group Critics of the government say it is in denial about thenature of the threat posed by Islamists and an attack during the England tour would further undermine Bangladesh’sreputation as a secure environment If anything were to happen there is little doubt thatEngland and other teams would be in no rush to return to what is a cricket-mad nation while football’s world governing bodyFIFA would struggle to persuade other teams from fulfillingtheir fixture obligations Shahab Enam Khan a security expert who teaches atBangladesh’s Jahangirnagar University acknowledged the stakeswere high “Bangladesh would consider English cricket team’s visitas one of the highest security priorities and certainly will be committed to ensure every possible security measures” hetold AFP “Failing to do so as we understand will jeopardiseBangladesh’s reputation in the global arena which will result in incurring lack of confidence on Bangladesh among theforeign countries” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMaria Sharapova lost in the semi-finals in Stuttgart on Saturday her controversial comeback from a 15-month doping ban ending in defeat to one of her biggest critics Maria Sharapova reacts during the semi-final match against Kristina Mladenovic on Saturday AFP Sharapova a five-time Grand Slam winner and former World No 1 lost 3-6 7-5 6-4 to Kristina Mladenovic as the Russian exited her first tournament back from a ban after testing positive for meldonium at the 2016 Australian Open "She’s a tough player and was very aggressive from the first ball" said France’s Mladenovic after their titanic duel over two hours 38 minutes "I was struggling early on but just stuck in there and fought so I am very happy that it paid off" Mladenovic has been a vocal critic of Sharapova’s return to tennis and on the eve of their semi accused her of getting "extra help" having been handed wild cards to play at the Stuttgart Madrid and Rome tournaments Having started her comeback with a world ranking of zero on Wednesday due to her ban reaching the semi-final means Sharapova has already moved up to 260th in the world She will learn on May 16 whether she will be given a wild card for the main draw at Roland Garros Sharapova made light work of Mladenovic in the first set which lasted just 35 minutes But Mladenovic ranked 19th in the world rallied superbly at 2-0 down in the second holding her serve and breaking Sharapova in what turned into a battle of nerves Mladenovic showed the first signs of cracking when what should have been a simple return spiralled harmlessly off her racquet as she served with the advantage at 5-5 But she held her composure and went 6-5 ahead having defended three break points as her superbly weighted drop shot wrong-footed Sharapova The French player then took the second set which lasted 64 minutes breaking Sharapova by converting her first set point The deciding set followed serve until 3-3 but Sharapova had to hold her nerve defending a break point at 40-30 down in the fourth game with a ferociously hit ace and a fist pump Mladenovic seized the advantage by converting her fourth break point and then came from 40-0 down in the seventh game to take a commanding 5-2 lead Sharapova rallied to pull it back to 5-4 but Mladenovic was not to be denied her first win over the Russian and converted her first match point Mladenovic will now face either fourth seed Simona Halep of Romania or Germany’s Laura Siegemund a wild card in Sunday’s final Written by Subhomoy Bhattacharjee | Published: October 28 2009 2:23 am Related News A few days agothe affable Swedish ambassador to IndiaLars Olof Lindgrenrecounted a strange story Sweden was one of the leaders in nuclear technology till the 1970still the environment brigade struck The country then decided to wear down its nuclear-fuel based power plants and build no more This yearas Sweden sent its industrial sherpas to invite India to invest in the countryone of the thingshe saidthey could now learn from India was the know-how for the nuclear technology they had abandoned Indias industrial adventure and often misadventure are often littered with several tales of misses toobut listening to the ambassadorI realised none were as dramatic as this one One possible reason for this is the fact that the scale of our industrial units was too puny till about the year 2000 to make a significant difference in terms of opportunity lost or gained That picture does not hold true any more In the second half of 2009the big question coming up for every regulator is the cost of foregoing an opportunity Or the benefits of getting it rightas in the case of expansion of bank branches in India On Tuesdayas part of its credit policythe Reserve Bank of India relaxed the license requirement for banks to set up branches in Tier 3 to Tier 6 level towns (basically villages) The step acknowledges how big the opportunity has become to tap the changing economic profile of the Indian small towns and villages But the story would not have reached this point so soonif in 2007 the RBI had not allowed banks to step outside brick and mortar branchespermitting their agents to reach target populations to offer savings and loan facilities using the telecom backbone to stay in touch with their branch Of courseit promptly made a mess of it by restricting this business correspondent model to a 15 km radius from the branch of a bank Once that restriction was removed last yearthe banking transformation truly began In cities like Delhi daily wage labourers in Azadpur mandi have begun tapping into the new opportunity to preserve their earnings These are the early indicators that could leapfrog credit from the banking sectorwhich finances less than 30 per cent of GDP on March 2009to a global benchmark of 50 per cent There is an interesting corollary to this story A senior finance ministry official said Tuesdays decision could have been rolled out quite some time agoif the government had taken a pragmatic view on branch expansion Each finance minister got tied up with a passion to get the banks to reach the poorestwhich meant spending the limited resources of the banks to devise savings schemes that were too small to impact the banks or benefit the poor In the process it left un-banked the lower middle classwho wanted to desperately get out of the shoddy cooperative bank system they are often just fronts for political parties to raise money None of the scheduled banks were able to offer any comparable accessnecessary to neutralise these banks that fail about once every quarter every year or get their licenses revoked Another opportunity that has probably been well set up is the informal mini-ministerial on WTO After a long delay that served us no goodthe meeting gave India the chance to take the initiative in the trade talks that it had voluntarily buried Of coursethe stories of opportunities lost number far more The crudest are the mess states like Jharkhand and Orissa have made of their mining reserves The companies that have shown interest are not going to hang around forever as the states try to make up their mind On a larger scaleit was the same opportunity cost issue regarding the Bharti-MTN deal No countryit is truehas ever decided on capital account convertibility by hinging it to a deal; but then againno country has ever taken so long to decide the question too The loss of opportunity was again evident in the global bids for the oil and gas exploration blocks (NELP VIII)where only 36 of the 70 blocks on offer received bids This was the fallout of a government deeply unsure of how to act the fair umpire in the battle between the two Ambani brothers It could be also be visible in the auction for 3G licenses in the telecom sectorscheduled for later this year Unfortunately this has rubbed off on the corporate sector too In OctoberReuters carried a report on how Indian IT companies risk falling behind in the global IT sweepstakes as their rivals like DellOracle and Xerox develop large integrated operations that stretch from manufacture to outsourcing business-the one stop shop model Those companies are doing it through aggressive mergers But their Indian competitors seem to lag behind The Indian IT sector was always supposed to be hugely conscious of the global market far more than their counterparts in most sectors Thusthat this should be happening to them is a cause for concern Surethere is no reason why an Oracle presence in India should be any less useful thansaythat of an Infosys But the larger question is that this revalidates the image of India as a good market for companies rather than a place for exciting entrepreneurial action In economicsopportunity cost is defined as the alternative use to which a piece of capital or labour could be put For the investment to succeedthe returns that the capital or labour must generate in the current business should be at the minimum be at least equal to that alternative On a national scale this will therefore translate as the benefits forgone from the decisions delayed Probably from now onin New Delhi and Mumbairegulators should write out the implications of the opportunities they demand the economy should foregowith each decision they take [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: August 15 2016 1:23 pm Laurine van Riessen of Netherlands and Virginie Cueff of France almost came together but the Dutchwoman climbed the wall to avoid the crash (Source: Reuters) Top News Dutch cyclist Laurine van Riessen climbed the side wall during the final lap of the women’s keirin race to stop herself from become a casualty in a pile-up that happened after a collision At the Olympic velodrome the cyclist performed themove in high speeds to add to the skill level and intelligent handling The initial crash saw a collision between New Zealand’s Olivia Podmore France’s Virginie Cueff and Spain’s Tania Calvo with the third being thrown off her bicycle and slid down the wooden track With Cueff swerving right and into van Riessen the Dutch cyclist used the advertising hoardings to stay in the running in the race and avoid injuring herself People in the crowd were also left surprised with the move with some gasping by putting their hand over the mouths and somecapturing it on their phone Thanks to her high intensity manoeuvre she was able to finish the race and finish fourth Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong came first The crash also caused a delay in the subsequent events with repair required on the gouge in the wooden surface of the velodrome And the surface was repaired with the help of duct tape with competition resuming soon after Keirin was included in the Olympic sport programme in the 2000 Sydney Olympics after being born in Japan in 1948 Crashes in the event aren’t few and far between with cyclists going at fast speeds after going atset speed for a few laps early on For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News In Scandal, Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that India will regard this as a "premeditated murder" if Pakistan carries out the death sentence awarded to Jadhav.

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