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?The last time these two sides met, he said.Retribution is not justice?IEDecember 4) It is argued that juveniles should be tried under criminal law as adults if they commit heinous crimes If we are to accept this argumentIndia will have to scrap its Juvenile Justice Act In doing soit will be disrespecting its international commitments Juvenile crime cannot be addressed through convenient and escapist measures such as reducing the juvenile age or punishing minors especially harshly The focus should be on giving the offender a chance to reform instead of tinkering with the present law We must make juvenile detentions work better and towards their stated objectives of reformation Bhumika Billa New Delhi Thats the spirit * This refers to Amsterdam has a deal for alcoholics: Work and get paid in beer (IEDecember 6) Innovative ideas on the part of the government can help solving some serious social problems The Dutch governmentby offering to pay addicts in beerhas devised a clever way of getting them off the streets and into work This scheme has already been tried successfully in Canada Addicts do themselves and their families a lot of harm Howeverthat does not mean society can abdicate its duty towards them The Dutch governments scheme helps them find their way back into the labour forceand moderates the quantity and concentration of alcohol they consume The schemewhich is in great demandalso provides the workers with cash and lunch Such a scheme could be tried in India as well Though the opposition to it would probably be quite shrill BN Anand Mohali Special drawbacks * Though Narendra Modi and the BJP may disagreeI believe that doing away with Article 370 has several unfavourable implications From a legal standpointI suspect that it is by virtue of this constitutional provision that the Instrument of Accessionwhich was executed by the then maharaja of KashmirHari Singhand accepted by the governor generalLord Mountbattenin 1947remains valid If Article 370 is repealed unilaterally by Parliamentit will lead to an identity crisis in Jammu and Kashmir because the state only agreed to join the Union of India on the assurance that it would remain autonomous B Sundaresan Dhenkanal Its not over yet * This refers to Election and renewal by Chakshu Roy (IEDecember 5) With a new generation of voters going to the polls for the first time and playing a major role in the election arithmeticour democratic politics is set for a big change The exit polls may predict a big setback for the Congressbut this should not make the BJP complacent or overconfident The issues that people care about are inflationcorruptiondevelopmentemploymentsecurity and governance The BJP must come out with a comprehensive and credible national agenda to tackle these issues MC Joshi Lucknow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 15 2017 4:56 pm Junior Dala picked up five wickets in the second innings against India A in the unofficial Test (Source: Cricket South Africa) Top News India A came into the fourth and final day of their first unofficial Test against South Africa A in Pretoria with their backs against the wall The visitors were 192/6 and chasing a massive target of 447 runs The equation firmly hinged in South Africa A’s favour with India A needing 255 runs more and the home side needing four wickets with the Karun Nair-captained side once again collapsing to a heap The race to the finish line was completed in just 25 overs as Junior Dala picked up four quick wickets to finish with a fifer and give South Africa A a 235 run win The seamer needed just 101 overs to pick up 5/36 as India A batting once again disintegrated South Africa A opening batsman Stephen Cook was named the Man of the Match for 120 run knock in the first innings that helped set up the win for the hosts He added 32 runs to his tally in the second innings “We made it our mission to start the series off with a win that was the big focus for the team and personal accolades should come after that” Cook said to Cricket South Africa “Obviously to contribute and to get some runs in a winning cause is always good and it’s always good to get the series off to a winning start” “We know that the A side and even the Proteas’ time in England didn’t go too well so it’s good to start our home summer on the front foot so we can build on to this momentum” “We had a good team performance all the way around” he continued “I may have gotten the man of the match award but there were a number of performances that contributed Junior Dala this morning bowled with good pace and got the ball to reverse swing a bit and did what fast bowlers should do which is to wrap up the tail credit to him and credit to everyone I mean someone like Dane Piedt who maybe didn’t get the wickets in the second innings put some good pressure and bowled well into the rough” India A had lost Ankit Bawne just before stumps on the third day and the tail couldn’t hold much resistance on the fourth day Shahbaz Nadeem fell for 28 runs in the first dismissal of the day Aniket Choudhary and Mohammed Siraj followed soon thereafter India A were already without the retired Vijay Shankar The second and last unofficial Test in the series begins on August 19 inPotchefstroom Pretoria BRIEF SCORES:South Africa A: 346 & 220 defeat India A: 120 & 211 (Ankit Bawne 46 Ishan Kishan 39; Junior Dala 5/36) by 235 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 4 2017 5:48 am Om Prakash Rajbhar Related News CABINET MINISTER and president of BJP ally Suheldeo Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) Om Prakash Rajbhar on Monday withdrew his decision to stage a dharna at the Ghazipur Collectorate claiming that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has accepted his demand of removing District Magistrate Sanjay Kumar Khatri He claimed that on Monday he met Adityanath who accepted his demand Rajbhar an MLA from Zahurabad in Ghazipur and the backward classes welfare minister had on Sunday announced that he would stage a dharna at the collectorate on Tuesday demanding Khatri’s transfer Speaking to The Indian Express he had said: “I have written to the DM as a minister in the past three months asking him to resolve land related issues of the general public I had spoken to him over the phone too But the DM did not pay heed… This DM is working on his own will He suspended an official in the district and posted him back at the same place a few days later…” He had alleged that while he had written 19 letters to the DM no action has been taken Sources in the government said Adityanath on Monday called Rajbhar for a meeting after getting news about his proposed dharna After the meeting Rajbhar said: “I had placed 19 demands before the chief minister and he resolved 17 of them” He however refused to give details of his demands When asked about the DM’s transfer Rajbhar said: “Hat jayega (Will be removed)… The CM has assured that the DM would be removed… I am satisfied and there will be no dharna on Tuesday” SBSP has four MLAs in the state Assembly For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: April 18 2017 5:51 am Top News After nearly 10 hours of police persuasion family members of villager Dharampal Pradhan finally agreed to cremate him at his village Sheikhpura in Hisar district late on Monday evening Dharampal who was facing arrest in the DSP Bhagwan Dass suicide case died under mysterious circumstances on Sunday when a team of Panchkula police had gone to arrest him His family members and villagers demanded action against the Panchkula policemen alleging that he had died due to manhandling by cops DSP Hansi Narender Singh told The Indian Express that if any of the policemen were found guilty then action would be taken against them after an inquiry “We have also shifted Sheikhpura Police Post in-charge Balbir Singh after family members of the deceased alleged that he was misguiding them” he said The police have assured the family members of the victim that the next action would be taken after examination of the post-mortem report The family members according to sources on Monday staged a protest when they came to know that a junior police officer was trying to get their signatures on a paper on which he had mentioned that the death of Dharampal was natural For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: December 5 2011 4:21 pm Related News National Conference leaders and workers today paid homage to the party founder Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah on his 106th birth anniversary which was celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir NC president and Union Minister Farooq Abdullahhis son and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and other party leaders – including ministersMLAs and MLCs – joined hundreds of NC workers at the grave of Sheikh at Naseembagh on the outskirts of the city and paid floral tributes to him Howeverunlike previous yearsSheikh’s younger son and MLA Sheikh Mustafa Kamal did not arrive with his elder brother Farooq He visited the grave separately Mustafa was stripped off the posts of NC spokesman and additional general secretary last month following his controversial statements about armycoalition partner Congress and Omar The party leaders offered ‘Fateh Khawani (special prayer)’ at the graveyard on the banks of Dal Lake near holy Hazratbal Shrine Paying rich tributes to his grandfatherOmar said he was the aspirations of people of J-K and symbol of unity and amity “Sheikh Sahib denotes the state’s high traits of pluralistic ethos and communal harmony He nurtured and strengthened this characteristic and cemented the bonds of love between various sections of the society and different regions of the state” the chief minister said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: In yet another attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party ally Shiv Sena on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to "yank off the undergarments (chaddi-banian) of the public" in the name of exposing "benami" properties in the country "After demonetisation now the Prime Minister has targeted ‘benami’ properties and this is an extremely laudable move.But like demonetisation it should not crush the poor and the middle class under the guise of weaning out ‘benami’ properties" Sena President Uddhav Thackeray said in a sharp edit in the party mouthpieces Saamana and Dopahar ka Saamana He pointed out that many political leaders businessmen NRIs and the mafia have already invested their black monies in properties but ironically the common public were labelled "dishonest" after demonetisation Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI "Modi had promised to bring back ill-gotten wealth stashed in foreign banks but the fact is not a dime was recovered nor did the hoarders suffer a paisa’s loss The common masses bore the brunt of demonetisation and still continue to suffer" rued Thackeray He added that post-demonetisation the peoples’ woes have increased but not a single hoarder of black money or industrialist has been thrown behind the bars Drawing comparisons with the "surgical strike" on Pakistan in September Thackeray said the neighbour (Pakistan) continues to play truant with terror and that has resulted in the deaths of over 50 Indian soldiers so far "That ‘surgical strike’ was trumpeted as a major victory for the government but they have failed to protect our soldiers.Now the question is: who is really dishonest" demanded Thackeray whose party is an ally of the BJP in Maharashtra and the Centre Referring to the plight of displaced Kashmiri Pandits he said that before thinking of striking "benami" properties the government should take steps to help the displaced Kashmiris get back their legally-owned estates "Will the government carry out a surgical strike for these displaced Kashmiris We only hope that there is no manipulation in the rights of the Kashmiri Pandits to recover their legally-owned properties" Thackeray said He called upon the government to ensure a repeat of inconveniences is prevented in the proposed action against "benami" properties and the public is not denuded and thrown out on the roads "However we unequivocally appreciate Modi’s fight against the dishonest crooks in the country" concluded Thackeray in the edit Abu Dhabi:Andy Murray made his comeback from a nearly five months injury lay-off losing a one-set match to Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut in the Mubadala World Tennis Championship on Friday The former world number one winner of three Grand Slam titles lost 6-2 after filling in for Novak Djokovic who was a late withdrawal Friday after a recurrence of pain in his right elbow The 30-year-old Scot was last seen in action in his loss to Sam Querrey in Wimbledon and then shut down the season after that to recover from a niggling hip injury File image of Andy Murray Reuters Murray moved gingerly on the court and clearly showed the rust physically although he never clutched his back or showed any overt signs of still carrying the injury Refusing to run down several balls in the opening few games he was more competitive towards the end the highlight being a 12 minute 15 second battle to hold his serve at 1-5 down However the damage was already done as he lost his first two service games to go 0-4 down at one stage Murray did not speak to the media but told the court-side commentator: “Obviously I made a slow start and Roberto is one of the best players in the world “When you haven’t competed for a while it takes time to get up to that pace I started to feel a bit better towards the end but I need to keep improving for sure "It was nice to be able to play I was just planning on stopping here for a couple of days on the way to Australia to get some practice in with the guys "But obviously it was unfortunate that Novak was not able to play and I was here so I agreed to play a set and obviously I am happy to be able to come out here and play in front of everyone" South African world No 14 Kevin Anderson continued his impressive run of form dispatching world No 5 Dominic Thiem 7-6 (6) 6-4 in one hour and 32 minutes The US Open runner-up this year will meet Bautista Agut in the final Saturday after the Spaniard benefited from Djokovic’s late withdrawal from the tournament The former world No1 Djokovic winner of 12 Grand Slam titles was expected to make his comeback after nearly five months of layoff due to an elbow injury but felt pain in the same spot while practicing and withdrew Anderson and Thiem traded one break each in the first set before the powerful service game of the tall South African helped him hold sway over the Austrian Winner of all their three previous head-to-head matches on the ATP Tour Anderson then broke Thiem in the opening game of the second set and that proved decisive in the end In the match to decide the fifth-sixth place Russia’s Andrey Rublev beat Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta 6-4 6-2 The highlight of what has traditionally been a men’s exhibition tournament will be the comeback match of the former women’s No 1 Serena Williams on Saturday The 36-year-old American the most successful player in the history of women’s tennis with 23 grand slam titles plays the reigning French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko in a match scheduled to be held before the men’s final Williams was last seen in action winning the Australian Openthis January She then took a sabbatical and to give birth to her first child Alexis Olympia in September By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 14 2016 3:37 am Top News Adar Poonawalla CEO of Serum Institute of India is among the five Indians who made it to Forbes Asia’s annual list of philanthropists for pledging Rs 100 crore to clean Pune Seven months after Adar Poonawalla Clean City Movement was launched Poonawalla claimed that 55080 tonnes of waste had been processed Pune generates at least 1700 tonnes of waste per day out of which 800-850 tonnes is wet waste “What the movement has done is to scientifically collect transport and process organic waste in an environmentally sustainable manner” Poonawalla told The Indian Express Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Krishnan Komandur CEO of the movement said that 40 per cent of the 800-850 tonnes of wet food waste would get processed in the first phase “We want to clear at least 300 kms of road running through PMC limits in this phase and have deployed 111 equipment Manpower of 200 will be required for the project” he added The initiative aims at removing organic food waste at source and diverting it for scientific processing The rest of the inorganic waste will be diverted to the Pune Municipal Corporation’s seven transfer stations and then into recycling plants It targets to segregate and process 300-350 tonnes of wet food waste and convert it into bio fuel and organic manure So in a year over one lakh tonnes of wet food waste will get processed Removal of wet waste for a year will save 542 tonnes of carbon emission by fuel replacement Poonawalla said Accordingly 55080 tonnes of garbage has been taken care of in the past seven months Plan to provide drinking water Poonawalla CEO of Serum Institute of India is working on a project that involves providing two to three million litres of water to the city daily “We have plans to get sewage water treated and use it for drinking cooking and washing purposes” he said “This water will be useful specially during summer months in case of a drought” Poonawalla added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandip G | Gros Islet | Updated: August 8 2016 12:05 pm Amit Mishra has taken six wickets in the series so far Top News The further Amit Mishra bowled in the second innings in Kingston the more frustrated a man he seemed to be—rushing back to the crease mumbling a little oddly adrift and fretful He seemed a man running the wrong way on an airport travelator suitcase flapping open and socks flying out All of a sudden the gifts of flight and dip deserted him he began to bowl uncharacteristically flatter and faster When Mishra begins to bowl thus it’s a tell-tale sign that something is hurting him Even in the best of times he comes across as a worried man In the worse of times he seems petulant It might also have to do with the context of the match when India were frustrated by the unexpected rearguard from West Indies batsmen Also factor in a slow surface that hardly offered him any canvas to ply his trade Batsman can play him off the surface and Roston Chase decoded his variations and used his feet brilliantly You feel if you pick his front-of-the-hand straighter ball Mishra feels a little unnerved It is his best disguised delivery and he uses it sparingly but if the batsman deciphers it he feels a little less confident Ironically it was the worst he had bowled and the luckiest he was in the entire series On the fourth day of his first over he got a wicket with a long-hop pitched out leg-side Kraigg Brathwaite had a brain-freeze and miscued a pull Mishra had to wait for 87 more balls to get his next wicket fortune again playing its role as Shane Dowrich had a big ricochet of his bat before hitting the pads which went undetected by umpire Ian Gould So when Mishra looks back at these dismissals he wouldn’t even feel slightly inspired or emboldened getting wickets of a short ball and an umpire’s indiscretion It was a different story in Antigua especially in the first innings for the strip was perfect for him to weave his magic It was on the faster and bouncier side enabling him to get substantial fizz off the surface In the first over itself he troubled Kraigg Brathwaite with drift bounce and turn He reduced nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo to a clueless wreck and in the end deceived him with his flight He just got one more wicket that of No 11 Shannon Gabriel who was foxed by his doosra In between he did almost everything to get another wicket—he saw the ball eluding the outside edge of the blade by a mere millimetre saw outside edges evading the fielder and had faint inside edges coming between his wrong ones and the batsman’s pads Each time Mishra would respond with a shake of his head and a sheepish smile an acknowledgement of lucklessness In this second innings he was reduced to being a bottle-necking bowler with Ravichandran Ashwin was bowing in zen-like zone Mishra wasn’t entirely on the defensive but there was a deliberate economy in his flight and variations The final analyses of 19-3-61-1 doesn’t put him in good light Determined to coerce luck Mishra bowled better in the first innings in Sabina Park especially in the forenoon session on the first day It was possibly the best he had bowled in this tour Here was a leg-spinner in his element—varying his flight pace and trajectory smartly slipping in his variations purchasing ripping turn off the surface and making batsmen stab uncertainly outside the off-stump As luck (or the lack of it) would have it his best delivery didn’t yield a wicket He deluded Samuels with inward drift Samuels went with the trajectory of the ball and thinking he had gauged the landing perfectly leaned to defend the ball The ball had other whims It dipped and veered away almost kissing his outside edge to settle in Wriddhiman Saha’s gloves Then came a moment of desperation He was convinced he had induced a faint edge off Jermaine Blackwood to Saha only for the appeal to be with a stone-faced Gould Mishra appealed then implored and then begged before returning to his run-up with a disbelieving look on his face Thereafter he seemed disturbed and unsettled cussing and admonishing himself wondering what more he could do to align his lucky stars To intensify his dejection at least subconsciously Ashwin is getting wickets bagful The off-spinner has picked 13 wickets at 2246 Mishra has prised out just 6 wickets at 3866 and of those three of them were No 9 and No 11 The best Mishra could do now is not to delve deep into those numbers and not unduly worry about the wretched luck trickling and taunting him And wait like he had waited for in India recall For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTrump hails NAFTA progress says Mexico will pay for wall | Reuters World Reuters Jul 07 2017 22:00:19 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 07 2017 22:00 PM | Updated Date: Jul 07 2017 22:00 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See New Delhi | Published: September 13 2013 3:29 am Related News Amid the violence of a scale these areas of UP have never seen beforethere is restlessness in the Muslim community about adjusting to a new situation and it is not just about displacementdisposession of assetsor attacks Several Muslims familiar with the area and its dynamics point out that in these areas seen as communal flashpointsincluding in 1947 and 1992what has been consistent is a political sync between Jat and Muslim interests The rise of Charan Singhhis family and the Rashtriya Lok Daland even the success of farm lobbyist Mahender Singh Tikaitowed a lot to the two communities sticking together Kawkab Hamidfour times an MLA since 1984 from Baghpatis touring affected villageshoping people can soon go back to their homes I am amazed why 500 people in the VHPs yatra were deemed fit to be banned by this government and yet thousands allowed to congregate at the maha panchayat? Haryana Tamil Thalaivas vs UP Yodha,Meraj Sheykh, actually predicted in 1959 that “the time will come when we will be able to call a person anywhere on Earth merely by dialling a number” and that this would be through a “personal transceiver, It also wishes to capture one state after another to ensure its strength increases in the Rajya Sabha, Germany. Mutko’s anti-doping adviser.

and that it would not hesitate to take the toughest sanctions. who both made hundreds at Old Trafford. so that needs to improve. ?and then a bilateral engagement between the home ministers of both the countries at a regional conference: two back-to-back high level meetings between India and Pakistan seemed to bring anti-India tempers low in the Pakistani press.” she said. However, The original policy allowed deals on its prime market properties without even calling for bids.

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