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it was a great comeback by our team. the women (with 12 points) also ended up fourth, Quick bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad _ key to England’s success in South Africa 18 months ago have recovered from injury and provide important experienced fixtures in the changing England landscape. Even as he contemplated such an anti-climactic end to his individual career, The Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai star might not be doing Nach Baliye,” said Rakesh Kumar, according to reports. We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident, The procession was the last among the mandals that passed through Tilak Road. The route via Nathu La for the Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage goes through CoT,and was agreed to by Chinese President Xi Jinping during Narendra Modi’s visit to China in 2014 and a formal agreement between the two countries was signed in September 2014 Chin’s act of stopping the pilgrims at Nathu La amounts to breach of agreement Perhaps it also can be viewed as asilent form of terrorism akin to Pakistani terrorists attempting to block the Amarnath Yatra China had earlier claimed Tawang on grounds that Tibetans visitthe ancient Tawang monastery but in 2005 it expanding this claim to 90000 sq km to seek out theentire state of Arunachal Pradesh But what about the enclaves of Minsar (Men ser) near Lake Mansarovar (Ma pham) used by Indian pilgrims of all communities and theBhutanese enclave of Tconsists of Darchen (Dar chen) Labrang etc near Mount Kailash (Gangs rin po che Ti se) again used by Bhutan and Indian nationals for periodic pilgrimages especially when Mount Kailash is the abode of LordShiva as per ancient mythology China timed the road construction activity to the Doklam plateau deliberately to coincide with Modi’s visit to the US knowing fully well that Indian troops will be forced to react giving an excuse to China to snub India by closing the pilgrimage route to Kailash-Mansarovar via Nathu La China is also hopping mad that without India joining the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) its economic viability is under a cloud But then itdid goahead with the CPEC project completely bypassing India’s strategic security and territorial sensitivities especially consideringCPEC runs through PoK which is Indian territory Ironically the current standoff is next to Nathu La which the PLA was forced to abandon for three days in 1967 The State-controlled Chinese media is now insistingthat India "needs to be taught the rules" This is perhaps because Jinping is steeped in the colours of Deng Xiaoping China should remember that China under Xiaoping invaded Vietnam in 1979 "to teach Vietnam a lesson" but instead learnt a lesson themselves Jinping was then secretary in the Chinese ministry of defence Again during the 1986 Sumdorong Chu incident Xiaoping threatened to "teach India a lesson" but eventually had to retreat China has backed Pakistani terrorism even protecting Masood Azhar at the United Nations but faced a blow whenthe US designating Syed Salahudeen as a "global terrorist" and exposing the Hizbul Mujahideen If China is worked up that Pakistan is getting cornered and that terror may affect the CPEC as some voices in China are being raised it is China’s own doing As for the standoff it is likely to continue for some time India would obviously remain resolute but what India must do is continuously target the $60 billion bilateral trade imbalance in China’s favour Chinese media will as usual say that it does not matter much but that is again another lie better known to the Chinese pundits The author is a retired lieutenant-general of the Indian Army Written by EKSHIKA PARNAMI ANUCKRITI GARG | Idar | Published: June 12 2017 5:03 am About the history of the craft Raju a toy maker said they had come to know from their forefathers that it originated more than 200 years ago under the erstwhile rulers of the then princely states of Rajasthan Top News Besides the Aravalli range Idar a semi-urban area of tribal-dominated Sabarkantha district is also famous for its 200-year-old wooden toys market-Kharadi Bazar-which is staring at a slow death Thanks to the dearth of raw material like soft wood and arrival of alternative cheaper toys in the market just three to four families are left to carry forward the fast-dwindling wooden craft There were times when the number used to be around 250-300 MK Jadeja a former Gujarat government officer who now heads a voluntary organisation in Idar said there were about 25 artisan houses in Idar each having at least two members involved in the wood turning craft till 2008-2010 “But the downfall began about 15-12 years ago” About the history of the craft Raju a toy maker said they had come to know from their forefathers that it originated more than 200 years ago under the erstwhile rulers of the then princely states of Rajasthan “Fascinated by Idar and its resources one of the kings helped some artisans relocate here and Khilona Bazar or Kharadi Bazar was set up” The knowledge of this wood turning craft was passed on from one generation to another But the artisans fear that there will be no one left to carry this craft forward in the next two years as the young generation is not inclined towards it An artisan Ishwar said “Aisi majdoori kaun kare mera beta bolta hai (My son says who will take up this laborious task)” To make these special toys apart from other items like flower pots bangle holders walkers carom boards educational equipment and dandiya sticks special wood called dudhi is used as it is soft and easy to coat with lacquer due to its light colour The wood is of Wrightia tinctoria a deciduous tree The forests of Vijaynagar taluka had such trees in plenty but over the years its availability has become very rare Jadeja said that dudhi is also available in Dang district but its high transportation cost keeps it out of reach of the local toy makers “This coupled with the influx of cheaper Chinese toys and plastic products have led to the downfall of this craft” rued Jadeja Hiren Prajapati an artisan questioned “Why will people buy a Rs 20 wooden toy if they can get the same thing in plastic for Rs 5” According to Jadeja this led to an eventual migration of artisans in search of better jobs “What remains is about 10 to 12 artisans with only two main craftsmen who still get a few contracts But they struggle to finish the orders on time due to lack of workforce” said Jadeja They now use Nilgiri wood which is not as soft and easy to paint as dudhi Virendra Doshi who runs one of the two shops in Kharadi Bazar for the last 20 years has to sell colorful toys made in Udaipur and Moradabad “I have to tell my customers that they are made in Idar itself What should I do Production of local toys have come down” rued Doshi Jadeja suggested that initiatives like tax exemption loans at reasonable interest rates and subsidies on wood colour and electricity would help save the dying craft ”A depot should be set up here to store dudhi wood from Ahwa and free training should be imparted to women and children My NGO will be the first one to take this up if there is help from the government We had made a presentation on the issue before Chief Minister Vijay Rupani during his recent visit to Idar and offered him suggestions as well” Admitting that the local toy-making art was languishing Sabarkantha Collector P Swaroop said they would work out a concrete plan in that direction ”We have visited the area (Kharadi Bazar) twice or thrice Some cottage industry schemes are available We are thinking of involving Ahmedabad-based National Institute of Design and take their help in making modern designs for these artisans We are already in touch with the local leaders to take this forward” hoped Swaroop For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 15 2017 12:07 pm Pakistan and World XI are playing the Independence Cup series in Lahore Top News Pakistan is seeing the return of international cricket after a gap of eight long years and it is not only seen as a boost for more tours by international teams to the country but it has also given Pakistan Cricket Board a ray of hope that bilateral series will soon resume The ongoing Independence Cup at home against World Xi is described as a landmark moment both by ICC and PCB The excitement among cricket fans is getting higher Saj Sadiq editor at Pak Passion claims that a barberin Bahawalpur city is offering free hair cuts for one year for anybody who could get him a ticket to watch the Pakistan vs World XI match A barber in Bahawalpur is offering free haircuts for one year if someone gets him a ticket for Pakistan versus World XI #Cricket#PAKvWXIpictwittercom/T9Yo2gY94A — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) 11 September 2017 During an interaction with Indian Express Pakistan batting great Zaheer Abbas had said that performing at home makes one feel like hero but the current generation of Pakistan team has been kept away from experiencing it”This generation indeed has missed that Playing at home and performing well makes you feel like a hero” Most of the current Pakistan players don’t have any experience of playing international cricket at home since they have had to play all their ‘home series’ in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ever since the terror attack on Sri Lanka’s team bus in Lahore in 2009 no Test playing team has toured Pakistan Zimbabwe’s tour for a three-match series is the only exception however that series was not approved by International Cricket Council and no match referee or umpires were sent by the governing body For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsHailing the special relationship that India and the US share former US president Barack Obama opened the day two of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2017 in New Delhi on Friday The former president also weighed in on the Narendra Modi versus Manmohan Singh debate saying both had India-US relations in mind Obama discussed India’s role in the international arena and his relationship with Modi even as he spoke about the dangers of technology "America and India are alike being defined by many different languages dialects genders and orientations…every caste colour and creed" Obama said highlighting what is common between the two nations Through the day eminent personalities such as Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath among others will discuss India’s rise on the global stage Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was among the dignitaries as well Obama also discussed the partnership between the world’s oldest democracy and the world’s largest democracy "We can help chart course for a better future especially when democracy is itself being questioned" Here are the highlights from his speech at the event: On Modi versus Manmohan debate "I like him (Modi) I think he has a vision for the country… I was also great friends with Dr Manmohan Singh He laid the foundation of the modern Indian economy The unifying theme in both leaders (Modi and Singh) during my tenure was the focus on India-US relations" "Both (Modi and Manmohan) of them were sound leaders Dr Singh was the primary partner while we were working during the financial meltdown Modi was the primary partner during making of Paris accord" On communal politics in India Former US president Barack Obama speaks at the HT Leadership Summit in New Delhi on Friday Image/@HTtweets "I know (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi believes in unity of India My goal here is not to disclose every private conversation I have I think his (Modi’s) impulses are to recognise Indian unity I think he firmly believes unity is necessary for the progress of the nation" "It (diversity speech in 2015 townhall in India) was a message to everyone I have said the same thing privately to Modi It’s happening across the world due to the changes taking place There’s a collision of cultures" "Particularly in a country like India you have such a huge Muslim population that feels integrated And that is unfortunately not always the case in other countries That is something that should be cherished and nurtured" "The world by most measures is less violent than human history although conflict remains. Our history together speaks about a common set of values – pluralism and tolerance a liberal market based order that places primacy on individual rights" On democracy "Democracy is under threat today I believe that a partnership between the world’s oldest democracy and the world’s largest democracy is the key. The Internet has the ability to propagate propaganda that is destructive to democracies… The distinction between us and them is dangerous" On Donald Trump When senior journalist Karan Thapar asked Obama "Donald Duck or Donald Trump which represents America" the former US president said "The cacophony of America is what I love about the country The political trends are a thread of life One of the joys and frustrations about America is that it can be contradictory We can be kind and cruel I think it’s the same with India" Obama also took a thinly-veiled shot at his successor in a reference to the pair’s Twitter habits He said?
the Congress leader even said that the ardasiya (prayer reciter) Balbir Singh,started his innings today by appointing eight zonal presidents, There has been no group within SAD and SGPC, Irrfan surely has an idea of how the foreign market percieves Indian cinema. “When we want to jump into international market we should have our own touch and it shouldn’t be like lets do American hip-hop and stuff why can’t do something that we are great at and it will be something new for the West as well. But with Dalits convinced there is more to the death, That will only add to public legitimacy when it comes to ensuring greater tax compliance. The question is: Did many of those named in the list take recourse to floating firms in tax havens purely to avoid tax on their income.
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