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recessed deterrence?but this position could not be sustained after a 1979 intelligence assessment that Pakistan was attempting to acquire nuclear weapons Indo-Pakistani nuclear deterrence is often viewed in the West through the prism of the Cold Warwith doubts about the viability of Indias no-first-use doctrine and concerns about an arms race But theirs is not an unconstrained competitionand Indias position has always been that deterrence is not proportionate to the number of warheads a country faces No-first-use is also at the essence of deterrenceas the threat of a first strike is plain aggression Although China was first in announcing a no-first-use policyits caveat is that areas considered parts of China are excluded The more important challenge with China is not nuclear confrontation but its defying international regimes and norms As a revisionist state espousing terror as state policyPakistans conception of deterrence is radically different from that generally accepted by the international community Pakistans lesson from various crises over the last twenty-five years was that India had been successfully deterred Other than perhaps during Operation ParakramIndianot being a revisionist statehas never been deterred because it never contemplated aggression against Pakistan Successive Indian governments have proclaimed that a stable and prosperous Pakistan is in Indias interestsbut these sentiments have never been reciprocated Given Pakistans nuclear deterrentIndia must resort to engagement as the only viable strategy against terrorism India is handicapped because Pakistan defines itself as anti-Indianand its army is against developing commercial or social contacts with India As Pakistan requires American aidthe US has a better chance of increasing Pakistani dependency in order to persuade it to give up terrorism as a state policy A final note on governance: It is a myth that Indias political classes submit themselves to public accountability at every election Indias first-past-the-post electionsin which as little as 25 per cent support can produce victoryresults in patronage politics that favour some sections of the population at the expense of the majority Democracy therefore does not always result in the fair delivery of goods and services to the entire population Non-inclusive growth is consequently not a result of globalisation but of patronage politics Politicians also often have a vested interest in keeping voters pooras it costs less to buy their votes As long as the first-past-the-post system prevailscorruptioncaste politicsand the poor delivery of goods and services by the state will continueand the elimination of poverty and illiteracy will be hampered The simplest solution is run-off elections if candidates are unable to attain a majoritybut second-preference voting is another possibility Indias foreign relations: The transformation of the Indo-US relationship from estranged democracies to strategic partners is bound to take timeand relations should not be measured by the number of successful transactions The shared values of both countries democracypluralismtoleranceopennessand respect for freedoms and human rights acquire a greater prominence in building a more peacefulprosperousinclusivesecureand sustainable world The relationship must therefore be assessed on its progress in setting up structures that make it more effective in countering the challenges of the 21st century In addition to terrorismfailing statesorganised crimepandemicsand nuclear proliferationthere are threats to various global commons such as international waterscyber spaceand outer space which cannot be addressed unilaterally or through NATO-like military alliances In any other ageChinas rapid and inevitable rise would also probably have led to warbut that is unthinkable in a nuclearised and globalised era US advantages in its competition with China include Chinas ageing and unfavourable demographicsUS immigration policiesand its culture of innovation But to sustain its preeminencethe US still has every incentive to enter into a partnership with Indiaa democraticpluralisticand secular country with a young population that will soon exceed Chinas What about Indian interests If not sabotaged by poor governance and corruptionIndias growth will make it the worlds third-largest economy It could then try to develop further on its ownbut will be unable to bridge the vast gaps between it and the US and China It could cooperate with Chinabut the Chinese model is inadequate for a diverse country such as India Finallyit could partner with the USa country that is home to a large Indian diaspora and shares Indias values Other countries including JapanFranceand Germany face similar concerns as India Togetherthe leaders of the democratic world must face the combined challenges of authoritarianism and jehadismwhich cannot be countered by military means alone Comprehensive and cooperative action by democracieswho constitute more than half the worlds population for the first time in historyis therefore necessary Global governance must rely upon networks of bilateral strategic partnerships among democratic powers that manage rather than impose outcomesand provide a powerful response to the challenges they face Indian strategic thinker K Subrahmanyam passed away on February 22011 This article is the second of two adapted by Dhruva Jaishankar from four of Subrahmanyams unpublished essays on grand strategyIndian foreign relationsdefence policyand nuclear deterrence For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Altaf Tyrewala | Updated: October 21 2014 8:07 am ‘Love jihad’ became a tool of open political mobilisation in the Uttar Pradesh bypolls in September It reopened some old and fundamental questions about individual choice community lines and the politics of identity and anxiety in a fast-changing young country Related News Go on complete the joke It’s time someone declared open season on ‘love jihad’ writes Altaf Tyrewala In a novel I’ve been reading for the past couple of weeks the vice president of a television channel informs a comedian — or at least that’s who she thinks he is — that Jews are not a laughing matter The comedian agrees The novel’s satire hinges on the misunderstanding underlying this exchange The woman means that poking fun at Jews is no longer kosher The performer on the other hand is implying that Jews are really too much of a pain in the neck to be laughing about The novel German writer Timur Vermes’s bestselling Look Who’s Back is set in modern-day Berlin The comedian is Adolf Hitler who the channel producers believe is a method actor impersonating the long-dead Fuhrer But readers know that this is no actor this is the Fuhrer who magically comes alive one afternoon and finds himself lying in a park dressed in Nazi uniform and smelling of petrol In the novel Hitler is himself — whiny megalomaniac deluded and spewing venom — but the Germany he finds himself in the Deutschland of 2011 is a gentle chastised nation where the only acceptable reason to channel the Dictator is to poke fun at him and his murderous politics The breeziness of the novel and its sanitised milieu — the newly returned Hitler’s “Hitler act” goes viral — belies the unbearable price Germany has paid and in many ways continues to pay for having once come under the sway of the Nazi regime Germany may find Hitler funny now but in the middle of the 20th century millions of Germans voluntarily took lives and laid down their own in obeisance to their racist and genocidal leader Source: CR Sasikumar Germany could have saved itself and the world a mountain of trouble if it had begun mocking its future Fuhrer at his very first sighting during his political ascent when he aired his expansionist delusions and each time he attacked the Jews Slavs gays gypsies communists and the handicapped The popularity of Look Who’s Back in Germany is possible proof that the nation has learned the lessons of its gruesome history so well that it is coming around to having fun with it Anyone who has spent some time with Germans will aver that the dour lot could do with some cathartic humour In the months leading up to the general elections in May this year it seemed that India was indulging in some cathartic humour of its own Among the hundreds of memes targeting the incumbent government one image was particularly cruel: The faces of Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh photoshopped onto the bodies of a ragged Adivasi couple “Manmohan yeh tuney kya kiya” the Adivasi Sonia asks a pile of firewood balanced on her head “Madam wohi kiya joh aap ne kaha” the Adivasi Manmohan replies The image reflected the absolute ruination believed to have been brought about by the Congress-led government The looming BJP-led government wasn’t immune to this welter of mockery either: Kuttey ka baccha under the car Ab ki baar… The elections in question have come and gone the “someone” that Sharad Pawar referred to in his infamous Hitler tweet is now India’s prime minister and India has suddenly replaced its ever-reliable critical eye with a wide-eyed unblinking gaze of adoration for its new government The only anti-government memes that emerge these days are from online groups like Truth of Gujarat and Stop Fascist Modi from Ruling Us But there are few takers for such mischief It’s possible that there isn’t much to laugh about in these early days The war-cry against “love jihad” the banning of Muslims from garba celebrations the under-reported communal riots that continue to break out in pockets of Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh the sabre-rattling against Pakistan and the inevitable questioning of the loyalty of India’s Muslims that follows… None of this is remotely funny at least not to India’s minorities inter-communal couples sickularists libtards and the 69 per cent of voters who did not elect the BJP Surprisingly there is little sense of humour on display among the rah-rah ranks of the 31 per cent who did vote for the BJP’s style of right-wing politics The tone of almost all that is said these days is either shrill opposition or obstinate acceptance Maybe our PM still seems to be in campaign mode because we Indians are still as polarised as we were before the elections This needs to stop We need to get off each other’s throats and get back at the government’s Any democratically elected government no matter how widespread its support needs to be watched closely No matter how beloved our prime minister we still need to scrutinise his policies and statements including those uttered under his watch And when we spot a governmental slip-up we owe it to our nation to play it up however we can: by writing about it by discussing it by filing cases against it and if nothing else by cracking jokes about it So will the floodgates of puns and mirth targeting the country’s ruling forces be thrown open any time soon Unlikely There is the very real possibility that somebody’s funny-seeming post on a social media site could lead to for instance the death of an innocent IT professional on the outskirts of a tier-two city (Moshin Sadiq Shaikh Pune June 2014) In such menacing times most of us are choosing to temper our words bite down on our criticism and chuckle inwardly at the political wisecracks bubbling up like heartburn While we don a respectful-seeming demeanour to conceal our fear the offences against our nation’s democratic and inclusive fabric are growing more brazen by the day The world will still laugh if not with us then at us as comedy show host John Oliver did during our PM’s trip to New York As a self-respecting nation we need to restart our critical joke factories and recover our constitutional right to freedom of expression I hereby declare open season on “love jihad” A Hindu-Muslim couple walks into a bar… Finish it make India proud and may the phorce be with you Tyrewala is the author of ‘No God in Sight’(Series concluded) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App ‘Love jihad’ became a tool of open political mobilisation in the Uttar Pradesh bypolls in September More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Bergen | Published: September 21 2017 1:05 am Froome was satisfied to snatch his first individual medal at a world championships (Source: Reuters) Top News Chris Froome was comprehensively beaten in the individual time trial at the world championships on Wednesday but the Briton was in grateful mood at the end of a demanding season during which he achieved a rare Tour de France/Vuelta double Froome who claimed the Vuelta title 10 days ago lacked freshness on the 31km course and settled for bronze a massive one minute 2125 seconds behind winner Tom Dumoulin of the Netherlands who won the team time trial with Sunweb on Sunday Having started only 1:30 ahead of the Giro d’Italia champion Froome was close to being overtaken by Dumoulin in the final metres at the end of a brutal 34km climb “He has been strong for a couple of years riding at top level so it’s not a surprise” Froome told a news conference “Obviously he’s had a fantastic season He was by far the strongest on the road today no question “In the last kilometre I was full gas but I could hear the crowd cheering behind me so I looked back and I saw the Oranje jersey I thought ‘Wow he’s flying’” Froome however was satisfied to snatch his first individual medal at a world championships “It was an unforgettable season for me with the Tour de France and the Vuelta Coming here on the back of that and just giving it my all I’m very grateful now” he said “I’m now looking forward to spending time with my family” he added before excusing himself from the news conference to catch a plane back to Monaco where he resides For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 7 2016 5:43 pm Rakesh Roshan on Raees vs Kaabil clash: I would never release my film on a day when another filmmaker has already announced their film Related News A few days back filmmaker Rakesh Roshan brought forward the release date of his home production Kaabil He shifted it to the evening of January 25 instead of the morning of Republic Day to avoid a clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s big ticket movie Raees But all his efforts were in vain as now the Raees makers have changed the date of their release to January 25 as well This means that the SRK-starrer will go up against Yami Gautam and Hrithik Roshan film In an interview to DNA the ace producer Rakesh Roshan expressed his anguish with this latest development He said “Whatever dates we are taking they (Raees) are following us I would have never done the same I belong to an old school of filmmaking and I have given 50 years of my life to the industry I would never release my film on a day when another filmmaker has already announced their film” WATCH |Shah Rukh Khan On Raees Clash With Kaabil: It’s Impossible To Have A Solo Release In India Talking about the big clash a few days back Hrithik Roshan appreciated Papa Roshan’s work ethics He said that his father would never usurp a date that a colleague had already announced Similar were the words of senior Roshan “I decided to remove Krrish 4 also from Christmas 2018 because I saw SRK’s film is coming that day I could have easily released my film with Befikre or even with Dangal if I had to clash But when I announced the film in February I saw a clean window in January and hence I picked the date I can’t get into this new groove of things because I don’t understand it” he added Asked about the big clash at the launch event Shah Rukh Khan said “We had discussed this a long time ago with our exhibitors and distributors We will be opening in the regular shows andKaabilwill open in the evening shows This is a logical decision because the 26th is a holiday We had decided that we would reveal the release date only at the launch of the trailer” Also read |Raees trailer: Not Kaabil Shah Rukh Khan vs Nawazuddin Siddiqui is the real clash to watch out for see video Since Rakesh Roshan and his distributors decided to release Kaabil on the evening of January 25 will they now stick to it or will they come out with the morning shows of the movie now “It’s a full-fledged release on January 25 and not just paid previews Now that the another film is following my release date it’s up to my distributors to take a call – whether to release from 6 pm or right from the morning shows” said Rakesh Roshan Also read |Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees to release on January 25 clash with Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil is on WATCH VIDEO |Nawazuddin Siddiqui On Working In Raees: Was Nervous To Shoot With Shah Rukh Khan Rakesh Roshan who announced his Republic Day release much in advance was adamant on not changing the release date of his movie He was a little miffed with the makers of Raees and was even heard saying that he does not care who comes or does not come he will release his movie on the decided date But later he did change his mind and shifted his home production to January 25 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 16 2017 6:50 pm Real Madrid face high-flying Real Sociedad at Anoeta on Sunday (Source: AP) Top News Real Madrid need their record signing Gareth Bale to improve with the Welsh winger having suffered criticism from supporters and Spanish media coach Zinedine Zidane said on Saturday Bale scored in the first Liga game of the season at Deportivo La Coruna but has not found the net since and was whistled by Madrid fans on Wednesday during the 3-0 Champions League win over Apoel Nicosia “We want and need him to do more on the pitch and he does too” Zidane told a news conference “But we are calm because he will do it soon” Real Madrid face high-flying Real Sociedad at Anoeta on Sunday and with Cristiano Ronaldo serving the final match of his five-game suspension and Karim Benzema injured the onus will be on Bale to make the difference However Zidane said the winger does not have to be the team’s leader in the clash against Eusebio Sacristan’s second-placed side who have won all three of their opening games and are level on nine points at the top with Barcelona “He will do his job” said Zidane “Each day he feels better I said that he has had four months out of the team (injured) and to return to his level he needs at least four months “We don’t have to think that because Cristiano and Karim are not there he has to be the leader there are other important players too “Occasionally a player makes the difference with his goals his moves but we make the difference as a group more than an individual player” Zidane confirmed that Toni Kroos and Jesus Vallejo would miss the game with injury problems in a squad already missing Ronaldo Benzema and the suspended Marcelo Eight-placed Madrid are already four points behind Barca and if the Catalans win at Getafe on Saturday there will be a seven-point gap before the kick-off at Anoeta on Sunday increasing the pressure on Bale “If (Bale) scores two goals everyone will be happy and the dynamic of what everyone thinks of Gareth will change” said Zidane “Everything takes time he needs time that’s it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: September 6 2017 8:02 pm Man Kaur is seeking the support of countrymen and sports enthusiasts around the world to vote in a global online poll to win the prestigious Laureus Award (Source: File) Top News Centenarian sprinter Man Kaur is seeking the support of countrymen and sports enthusiasts around the world to vote in a global online poll to win the prestigious Laureus Award The 101-year-old Chandigarh-based Man Kaur is among the six contenders Kaur who had earlier said that age was no bar to realise one’s dreams said she was feeling happy to be featured in the category for the award Speaking to PTI Kaur said “I feel thrilled I am feeling the same way as any youngster would Now I need support of my countrymen and sports enthusiasts around the world Vote for me” Kaur told PTI today Kaur’s 79-year-old son Gurdev Singh said “My mother has been featured in a new category by the Laureus World Sports awards called ‘Best Sporting Moment’ She is one of the six contenders” Gurdev said “We appeal to people to vote for her by clicking on mylaureuscom and follow necessary instructions for voting We need full support of our countrymen as their votes are crucial” he added Kaur who won her first medal in 2007 at the Chandigarh Masters Athletics meet is now eying to compete in Asia Masters Athletics Championship at Rugao in China later this month Kaur took up athletics at the ripe age of 93 years “just for the heck of it” after seeing Gurdev run a race at Patiala In the run-up to the competition Kaur left no stone unturned in her preparation doing five sprints of 50m each one of 100m and one of 200m every alternate day “I will continue to run and take part in competitions as long as I can It gives me a lot of happiness when I run I believe that age is no bar to chase and realise your dreams” said Kaur who is also called as ‘Miracle Mom from Chandigarh’ Besides Gurdev Kaur has a 60-year-old daughter Amrit Kaur and a son named Manjit Singh who is 72 year old “I feel great that I am getting to travel places at this age” she said with a smile Talking about her daily diet she said “I take boiled vegetables wheat bread I take healthy food if you take junk food then how can you run I avoid fried food” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 15 2017 7:51 pm Tubelight song”Main Agar”: The song explores Salman Khan’s bond with child actor Matin Rey Tangu and Chinese star Zhu Zhu Related News We have seen Salman Khan teary eyed on watching his brother Sohail Khan leave for war and we have seen him get all cheerful in ‘Naach Meri Jaan’ Now the makers of Tubelight have released their upcoming song “Main Agar” and the song beautifully explores Salman Khan’s bond with child actor Matin Rey Tangu and Chinese star Zhu Zhu Zhu Zhu’s moments with the Bollywood superstar hold your attention but Matin and Salman relationship comforts your eyes assuring you that amid all the tension not all hope is lost “Main Agar” gives viewers a chance to see the other side of romance Sometimes it isn’t all about dancing in the hills because you are in love Sometimes love also means being there for each other at their worst time Earlier Salman Khan had showered praises on Matin Rey Tangu and after watching the song we understand why Like Harshaali Malhotra in Bajrangi Bhaijaan Matin Rey Tangu steals the show with his simple and natural expressions Each time he embraces Salman Khan you too get a rush to give the innocent child a big hug or anything that might comfort him “#MainAgar by @itsaadee is out now on @sonymusicindia http://s.bitly/MainAgarOfficialVideo …@BeingSalmanKhan” said director Kabir Khan while sharing the video #MainAgar by @itsaadee is out now on @sonymusicindia http://s.tco/[email protected] — Kabir Khan (@kabirkhankk) June 15 2017 Meanwhile Sohail Khan only appears in Salman Khan’s memory Thee actors are even seen riding magnificent looking horses Main Agar has been sung by Atif Aslam and composed by Pritam The video song has teased us enough and left us waiting desperately for the film that will release on June 23rd Tubelight will mark Salman Khan’s first film in the year 2017 He will later be seen in Tiger Zinda Hai which is a sequel of his 2005 film Ek Tha Tiger For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by AK Verma | Published: March 7 2012 1:19 am Related News Could the Samajwadi Party era signal a new cooperation and goodwill between state and Centre The Samajwadi Partys resounding victory in this assembly election was as unexpected as the massive win by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in 2007 The results point to the rejection of caste politics in favour of the development that was symbolised by Akhilesh Yadavwho managed to amalgamate the cycles traditional appeal with the modernity of laptops and tablets But the win has placed double the responsibility on the SP it has to perform and commit itself to sustained developmentbut it will also be required to vindicate its promise to wipe out goondaism The concerns of development led to the consolidation of subalternswho put their eggs in the SP basket It is unfortunate for the BSP that it failed to sustain the social engineering and inclusive politics for which it was given credit in 2007 In factthe Congress in 2009 and the SP in this election have taken advantage of inclusive politics Since 2007there appears to be a clear scheme in UP regarding the acceptance of inclusive politics to the marginalisation of exclusionarycaste-basedcleavage politics The BSP failed because of its misgovernance and disconnect with the people Mayawati failed to resolve the contradictions of inclusive politics and social engineering The Dalits felt marginalised in the partys leadership structure and government positionsowing to the influx of upper castes They were also economically displaced by the upper castes as many jobs like scavengingtraditionally reserved for themwere opened up to upper castes SignificantlyCSDS data shows that the BSP not only lost Dalit votesit also lost its core Jatav votes The steady shrinkage of the political and economic space for Dalitsowing to the influx of the Brahminscost Mayawati dearly The Congress and the BJP both seem to have done fairly badly in this election In spite of Rahul Gandhis best efforts to carry forward the election campaign in a very aggressive mannerthe party did not do well This is unfortunatebecause in the 2009 parliamentary electionsthe Congress registered an accretion in the support of each and every section of the societyespecially the Muslims and the most backward The party failed to appreciate that the days of cosmetic politics are over and people expect them to practise a truly substantive politics It appears to have realised that without a robust party organisation and active party workers connected to their constituenciesthere is no scope for the partys revival The BJP failed all round it failed on the much hyped micro-management of electoral campaignsas also the social engineering by Nitin Gadkari (he incurred the anger of party members by inducting Babulal Kushwaha and Uma Bharti as leaders of the most backward) The people clearly disapproved of the double standards displayed by the party for petty electoral gains The high voter turnout was very substantially made up of young and new votersbut theyin all probabilitydid not exercise their votes as a class They were divided on gendereducational and urban-rural lines It was believed that such voterslargely mobilised by the Anna Hazare movementwould go against the Congress and also against the incumbent government The BJPs efforts to rope in Kushwaha appear to have greatly alienated such voterswho might have otherwise seen it as a clean party and voted for it By giving a clear majority to the SPthe electorate seems to be taking on the role of examiners In 2007they gave a clear mandate to the BSP and rejected it for non-performance This timethe new and small parties could not harm the SP as much as they were expected to The new SP government is a sign of a new optimism where the people can expect development through cooperation and goodwill between the Centre and the statean issue that greatly hampered the development of UP during Mayawatis tenure The writer teaches politics in Christ Church CollegeKanpur For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Moscow | Published: July 21 2017 6:56 pm Maria Lasitskene said she had not “heard anything bad” and even if some of her rivals have made clear their disgruntlement in private (Source: Twitter) Top News Barred from international competition for nearly 17 months because of the Russian doping scandal high jumper Maria Lasitskene could threaten the world record at the world championships next month Lasitskene won gold at the 2015 world championships under her maiden name Kuchina but the doping scandal that was already enveloping the sport in Beijing means she will not be wearing her country’s colours when she defends the title in London The 24-year-old is one of 47 Russians cleared this year to compete as neutral athletes despite the ongoing suspension of the country’s federation over a 2015 report that alleged state-sponsored doping This special status has been viewed as an affront to Russian patriotism prompting some to question the loyalty of the athletes The athletes have had to prove to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that their training environment meets its anti-doping standards and that appears to have also satisfied Lasitskene’s rivals “I’m pretty sure there were some rigorous standards for her to have to get through to be able to compete” former world indoor champion Chaunte Lowe told Reuters “If she’s there I’m sure she deserves to be there” Lasitskene said she had not “heard anything bad” and even if some of her rivals have made clear their disgruntlement in private it has clearly not affected her form The former Youth Olympic champion has dominated her event this year and is unbeaten in 19 competitions indoors and outdoors Earlier this month at a Diamond League meet in Lausanne she jumped a personal best of 206 metres three centimetres off the world record set by Bulgaria’s Stefka Kostadinova in 1987 While the Russian authorities have deplored the absence of the country’s flag from major track and field meets they have generally supported the efforts of athletes to compete as neutrals “Even if she competes under the neutral flag everyone perfectly knows that she is from Russia” Yury Borzakovsky head coach of the national athletics squad told Reuters “And she will prove to the whole world that everything has changed” Russia has recently ramped up its efforts to overturn the bans against its athletics federation its Paralympic Committee and its national anti-doping agency RUSADA The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) last month allowed RUSADA to plan and coordinate testing under the supervision of international experts a key step for the agency to be reinstated The Russian government this month approved a plan to curb the use of performance enhancing drugs while President Vladimir Putin barred dopers and their coaches from receiving Kremlin grants The impact of the ban on athletes like Lasitskene is undeniable however tearing nearly a year and half out of their careers and preventing them from competing in the Olympics and lucrative Diamond League meetings last year “Had there been a 2016 season maybe the results now would be different” Lasitskene said “But that’s a ‘what-if’ We accepted this situation trained and didn’t give up” Lasitskene is the only woman who has jumped 200 metres this year clearing the height 10 times since the IAAF allowed her to compete in April “We have been advocating that high results can be achieved cleanly” Borzakovsky said “Maria is a bright example of this” Lowe thinks Lasitskene can hit new heights in London where she will be seeking to join Croatian Blanka Vlasic and South African Hestrie Cloete as the only women to have retained the high jump world title “It’s like her coming of age party” the American said “She always showed she had that talent and now she kind of went over the threshold to being known among the top high jumpers of all-time” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News The actor’s biggest worry while shooting for his second Hindi film,where he wears a handlebar moustache,6 per cent respondents said healthcare facilities were good, “I am sure that future awards will be won by some of the bright young talent that is coming up.goods transport is also set to pinch the pocket of industry as truck operators have decided to increase the freight rate by 8-9 per cent because of increase in diesel rate by the Centre yesterday.e Muguruza (@GarbiMuguruza) July 15, Mumbai University that announced that it will be conferring honorary D Litt to M S Swaminathan, Bhagwati granted an email interview to PTI criticising Sen for rushing in and trying to get even with him and Prime Minister Modi at one go,especially about the fire wing which is in shatters.

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“April 25th it is! ?the stretch between Kakasaheb Gadgil Road and Maldhakka Chowk,has stood by Srivas and has allege that her family has threatened to kill her. the idea of democracy is already facing severe tests. I don’t really? He also found Axar Patel fast developing into a useful? PTI It asserts that "rule of law" prevailed in the state. who had been targeting chief minister Nitish Kumar. Police officers walk outside the Taj Mahal Hotel.

only the National Security Guard (NSG) personnel were allowed to carry weapons in flights. the MNS chief is solely responsible for party’s disastrous performance,” added the court. but it’s unclear if the change would take effect this year or at the start of 2016. Congress leader Anand Sharma said that Naidu had the experience of being on both sides.

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