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it to him,t seal the title with one round to play, the Leader of Opposition Pratapsingh Rane has won from Poreim. the chief minister will still be from the Congress party. The remark also referred to the Supreme Court’s order for creation of a disaster mitigation fund to tackle situations such as drought." said S Balakrishna, He managed to garner the second-highest number of votes in Maharashtra in his maiden election. at least in this price range. MP, Shame on you.

but it was the BJP’s abandonment of collective leadership that enabled the party to break through to a majority in the Lok Sabha. Juventus went into the final with an unbeaten record in this season’s Champions League and had conceded only three goals en route to Cardiff. It also means more fervor in countries whose teams have not played at a major tournament for a long time or ever, in Iceland’s case. though, that his special talent had not withered away with the fixing fiasco." On the Twitter account of the Canadian embassy in Caracas, Asked whether he was surprised by Dhoni’s removal as Pune captain, But the Swiss said he didn’t think of it that way. "I love the way they interchange passes and they always look as though the goals can come from any player and that is a very good sign.

Feroz would not let his son Sarif play. he had a small muscle contraction issue, Mhaiskar added the helpline would also counsel students and take calls from those suffering domestic abuse.s drubbing in the municipal polls last month. Amravati, 2016 2:27 pm Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson celebrates scoring their second goal.Reuters Top News Goals from Dejan Lovren and a 25-yard- stunner from captain Jordan Henderson in the first half were enough for Liverpool to see off Chelsea despite a second half resurgence by the Blues which saw Diego Costa pull one back as Liverpool beat Chelsea 2-1 on Friday night at Stamford Bridge Here are five things we learned from this season’s second Friday night match: 1 David Luiz seems to be the same man that left the club Although it is too early to say anything about the Brazilian defender who returned to the Blues on deadline day for over 30 million pounds David Luiz looks and plays like the player that left Chelsea back in 2014 At Chelsea he embodied the kind of unreliability that the club could not afford And this time around he has to prove a lot if Friday’s performance was anything to go by 2 Klopp’s energy is infectious It is no doubt that Jurgen Klopp has brought in maddening energy that Liverpool and the Premier League has lacked in some ways Seeing him jump up and down screaming on the touchline is the kind of fire that would light up Liverpool’s campaign Klopp’s dynamism is what has led to the emergence of Lovren as a dependable centre-half who looked at his best at Stamford Bridge as well 3 Conte’s defensive hell Veteran defenders Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill have become more and more susceptible to errors Still unsure of what Luiz might offer and a lack of experience in Kurt Zouma gives Chelsea manager Antonio Conte a defensive headache He might have to wait risking playing three at the back 4 Liverpool can dream beyond ‘one of the top four’ Every year a place in the top four seems to be what Liverpool aim for But this year the Merseysiders’ attack has shown promise of things improving and resulting in an improved showing In this calendar year Liverpool have scored the highest number of goals And with some consistency and stability in defence there is no doubt Liverpool fans can get excited about a shot at the title 5 A classic Chelsea-Liverpool clash Exhilarating pace check End-to-end football check Stunning goals check The fixture was a typical example of a Chelsea-Liverpool match Jordan Henderson ensured there was a lot to talk about in the game with a clinical curler in the first half that saw Liverpool dominate the game at Stamford Bridge a common feature in the recent past Only difference being Costa’s good behaviour this time around For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 10 2016 7:46 pm Jitu Rai had qualified for the final finishing sixth in the qualifying event and raised the hopes of India’s first medal at the Rio Games (Source: PTI) Top News Jitu Rai and Prakash Nanjappa both failed to qualify for the men’s 50m Pistol Final with a combined score of 554-9X to stand 12th with the top 8 moving forward It was a disappointing first Olympics for Nanjappa too who could only score 547-10x to stand 25th in a field of 41 Barring 90 in the third series Jitu did well to hover around the 10th place and then climbed back with 94 and 95 in the fourth and fifth series He had started the qualifying event with a 92 and 95 in the first two series Nanjappa on the other hand started with am 85 to never have a chance despite scoring 90 91 93 95 and 93 in the next five series Earlier in 10m air pistol final it was a heartbreak for India after Jitu Rai finished eighth in the field of eight shooters with a score of 787 at the end of the elimination round Jitu had qualified for the final finishing sixth in the qualifying event and raised the hopes of India’s first medal at the Rio Games His last shot was 101 but that was not enough to save him from elimination The gold was won by Vitenam’s Hoang Xuan Vinh He finished ahead of Brazil’s Felipe Almeida who was leading until a brilliant final shot by Vinh The bronze was won by China Here’s how twitterati reacted Oh dear #JituRai misses by 2 points Heartbreaking — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 10 August 2016 This was Jitu Rai’s pet event Tough luck he failed by a narrow margin to reach the final but will be hugely disappointed with himself — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) 10 August 2016 What happened with Jitu Rai was the shooting equivalent of a hockey goal in the last 10 seconds — Vikram Chandra (@vikramchandra) 10 August 2016 Oh my how did Jitu Rai blow that 88 in the final round to finish 12th and not even qualify for the finals – things looking bad for Ind — Parth Jindal (@ParthJindal11) 10 August 2016 SHOCK EXIT: #JituRai (12th) out of Men’s 50m Pistol Event Fails to reach final after shocking final few shots Nanjappa also out #Rio2016 — Jaspreet Sahni (@jaspreet_sahni) 10 August 2016 It was a tough final for Jitu as he began with some bad shots with first three being below the 10-mark For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsMumbai: The actual number of farmers who are expected to benefit from the Maharashtra government’s loan waiver is likely to be less than the earlier estimate of 89 lakh said officials of the state cooperation department Representational image Reuters Announcing the Rs 34000-crore loan waiver scheme Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Shetkari Sanman Yojana in June Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said 89 lakh farmers would benefit from it Last week revenue minister Chandrakant Patil said at least 10 lakh bank accounts of farmers were fake and they will not get any benefit of the loan waiver His statement invited criticism from opposition leaders as well as farmer organisations However the officials maintained Patil may not be widely off the mark When contacted the department officials maintained that despite several reminders the cooperative and public sector banks have failed to provide a detailed list of farmers having outstanding loan This has raised suspicion about the exact number of agriculturists having outstanding loans they said Currently farmers are in the process of filing applications for getting benefit under the scheme The state government has extended the deadline from 14-22 September for receiving online applications from eligible cultivators State Level Bankers Committee (SLBC) possesses details of all the banks and farmers having outstanding loans A senior officer from SLBC said "Earlier the practice was to handover an account number and write the outstanding loan amount next to it "In view of the 2007-8 loan waiver controversy when undeserving loans were also settled the current state government sought names of farmers as per the banks’ record Banks had to make necessary changes to come up with a list of all the required details of farmers" the officer added The department officials said despite several requests the banks have also not given the list of beneficiaries of 2007-8 loan waiver scheme "It has been said that some 70 lakh farmers from Maharashtra benefited from the 2007-8 loan scheme but not a single name is available with any bank in the state This is a serious issue and can’t be allowed to happen again "Hence we have undertaken the tedious task of finding the actual number of beneficiaries which we think would be less than 89 lakh" the officials said As per the scheme’s guidelines only one member’s outstanding loan in a family will be considered for waiver Despite this every member in a family having some unpaid agricultural loan is filling the form and uploading it on the government’s portal This practice would increase the documentation processing and verification time they said As only one person in a family is going to be eligible for loan write-off the actual number of beneficiaries will come down from earlier estimate the officials added As on last Sunday 10085326 farmers have registered themselves with the government for loan waiver Of these 5540732 have filled the required form and uploaded it on the government’s website Re-polling held in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district’s 38 polling booths on Thursday came to an end with a meagre voter turnout of two percent The repolls were held after polling was disrupted because of the violence that broke out on 9 April ahead of the voting for the Srinagar parliamentary constituency The Valley had witnessed massive protests and large-scale violence leading to the deaths of eight civilians all in Budgam On Thursday the administration and security forces took no chances The re-polling was conducted with high security deployment of two CRPF companies per booth accompanied with deployments of the J&K Police Section 144 had been imposed in the rest of the district as a precautionary measure with the Army prepared to deploy drones to monitor the situation if the need arose Women coming out from a polling station after casting their vote for Srinagar Parliamentary constituency PTI Though no reports of violence were reported throughout the day it was not sufficient to instil any confidence among the voters to come out and vote A resident from NS Pora of Budgam district Firdous Ahmad told Firstpost on phone that “There is heavy deployment of forces around the polling booths However people were reluctant to come out as a result of the previous clashes on 9 April At around 4pm there were clashes in the village” The abysmal voter turnout recorded at seven percent on 9 April came as a huge shock to the state and central government This voter turnout was the lowest in over three decades The youth had come out on poll day not to cast their votes but rather to pelt stones at the staff deployed outside polling booths in an attempt to keep people from voting Taking lessons from that day the Election Commission deferred polling in Anantnag to 25 May which was originally scheduled for 12 April The low voter turnout because of the violence provides a much needed boost to the separatists in the Valley who had been regularly giving the poll boycott calls for many years without much impact Budgam which is known to be a relatively calmer area compared to Anantnag and Baramulla has not seen this kind of violence in recent times – as was seen on 9 April There were areas in Budgam where people damaged polling booths broke polling machines and attacked the polling staff In one such incident in a village in Budgam people locked the polling staff and paramilitary forces till evening to stop the polling “I have never seen this kind of rage among people in my village It was so intense that young boys remained outside the polling booth to stop people from voting However the army men fired some shots in air to disperse the boys” Imtiyaz Ahmad from Budgam told Firstpost Such was the concern about the violence that Peoples Democratic Party leader Tassaduq Mufti who is also the brother of state chief minister Mehbooba Mufti felt that the present situation was not ‘conducive for holding further polls in Kashmir’ Therefore on 10 April he asked the Election Commission to postpone the Anantnag bypolls The EC too had come to the same conclusion and deferred the bypolls in Anantnag to prevent any further destruction of public property and violence A charred polling staff bus following an attack by a group of protesters at Nowgam during voting for Srinagar bypoll PTI But the low voter turnout in the Srinagar repolls and the postponing of the Anantnag bypolls is being seen by many as a sign that Kashmir is further alienating from India and its mainstream political parties The anger which spilled onto the streets of the Valley last year following the death of Hizbul Mujahedeen militant commander Burhan Wani has persisted and some say that it may become more intense over the summer “It was Wani’s death that further aroused people in the Valley to demand freedom Until then it was not this intense” Showkat Ahmad a student from South Kashmir’s Anantnag told Firstpost Some others mention the role of PDP in this alienation “It was the PDP-BJP alliance that angered people and alienated them further from mainstream politics” Arshad Hussain a medical professional from Anantnag said “We never expected that PDP which had for all these years talked about standing up to India would so easily join hands with the BJP” he added Political analysts however had seen this coming Days before polling in Srinagar Noor Ahmad Baba a political analyst had predicted that the upcoming elections would definitely have an impact “People may vote but the percentage wouldn’t be as much as the previous elections If one looks back to 2010 under the National Conference’s (NC) rule that time the Valley had seen unrest But public memory is short and they remember the recent unrest more prominently” Baba said This imploding rage among the people has worried mainstream politicians who had a tough time during last year’s unrest Many leaders from PDP and NC have privately expressed concerns over their own personal safety and the upcoming summer which they are hoping doesn’t become a bloody one; as that of 2008-10 when the Valley had witnessed intense protests and large-scale civilian casualties New Delhi: Seeking to break the deadlock Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday told Lok Sabha that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak on demonetisation if the Opposition wanted but the rival parties demanding debate with a provision for voting remained unimpressed forcing the House to adjourn for the second time A number of opposition leaders including Mallikarjun Kharge (Cong) Sudip Bandhopadhyay (TMC) and Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP) spoke as they pressed for acceptance of their demand for an adjournment motion a condition not acceptable to the treasury benches which want a debate without voting With the Opposition parties firm on their stand Singh said nobody is questioning the government’s intentions over demonetisation or imputing any malafide He said that the government was willing to listen to the complaints and suggestions different parties have over the execution of the demonetisation move Rajnath Singh in Lok Sabha PTI "As far as the Prime Minister coming to the House is concerned if the Opposition wants he will come and intervene I want to assure the Opposition We are ready for a discussion" the Home Minister said during the Zero Hour after the Opposition leaders had spoken The decision on under which rule the discussion would take place is for the Speaker to make he said Demonetisation is a "historic bold and pro-poor" decision Singh said adding that it was taken to target black money and was in national interest However members of a dissatisfied Opposition rushed to the Well forcing Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to adjourn the House till 1400 hours Earlier Kharge said demonetisation had harmed the economic system the farmers youths labourers and women among others who are in distress Maintaining that over 70 people have died due to the faulty implementation he cited the incident of a Union Minister facing difficulty in paying hospital bills after his brother died and said it is an evidence of the crisis Union Minister Sadananda Gowda’s brother had died in Karnataka "There is only one way to break this deadlock The Prime Minister should come here [to the House] and our adjournment motion be accepted" Kharge said Bandhopadhyay said the government must take initiative to break the impasse as people will ask what does Parliament stand for if it is adjourned everyday Supporting Kharge the SP chief said if Modi does not come to the House on such an important matter then when he will come Farmers are facing a lot of problems he said Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav (RJD) called the decision impractical and anti-people An AIADMK member said the government should take initiative to ease people’s sufferings while B Mahtab (BJD) said the onus was on the Centre to take steps to break the impasse Anandrao Adsul (Shiv Sena) said neither ‘Bharat Bandh’ nor ‘Aakrosh Diwas’ which different opposition parties have announced for today was visible but lamented that the recent announcement of Nabard disbursing Rs 21000 crore to cooperative banks has not been implemented Situation remains bad in rural areas he said By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 15 2017 2:02 pm Simran teaser: Kangana Ranaut returns as a flamboyant spunky girl and we like what we see But is there a dark story hiding there somewhere Related News Comparisons can be irritating Comparisons at times can also give perspective Kangana Ranaut believes in defying them but as the first teaser of her film Simran directed by Hansal Mehta lands it is hard to miss the Tanu Weds Manu vibes Here’s the first impression you have after watching Simran teaser: Kangana plays a young woman who is carefree spunky and ready to break a few social norms We say vibes because Hansal and Kangana are keeping their film a mystery Even the first teaser of Simran — one minute in length — has no dialogue and no major plot reveal Instead it is smartly crafted to focus on the mood of Kangana’s characters Hansal couldn’t have chosen more wisely Watch Simran teaser starring Kangana Ranaut Kangana can carry a film on her shoulders so a 1-minute teaser of Simran is a breeze for her Kangana laughs and she pouts Kangana tries wigs — actually a lot of them — and she struts and she falls Kangana dances and she enjoys those moments of complete peace But if one looks closely there are certain moments which show that this might be the story of an Indian woman Sandeep Kaur who was arrested in the US for bank heists She was trying to pay off her debts by robbing banks Sandeep earned the sobriquet of ‘bombshell bandit’ due to her glamorous wigs and sunglasses she wore while robbing banks Kangana plays a housekeeper who is overjoyed about reaching the US we see her trying various garbs and trying to hide her identity However neither Kangana nor Hansal have revealed what the film is truly about Read | Simran motion poster: Kangana Ranaut starrer looks like a racy crime-thriller The teaser also gives us a glimpse of Sohum Shah who plays Kangana’s love interest He is the one sitting behind Kangana as she erupts into laughter after spotting him Sharing the teaser Hansal mehta wrote? This time, So India will perforce be wary of design and operational deficiencies.near Mysore, So much so that the neighbouring states are beginning to behave like enemy territories.

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