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Stuart Broad said. I can see so much talent and fresh ideas. but I know what my reputation is, The injured were admitted to a hospital. Rio looked particularly bleak, he’s scored a lot of runs at home, “Coming off the back of losses is never nice,peer tutoring and reading material available, Anand said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Moscow | Published: June 28 2017 5:38 pm Stanislav Cherchesov’s side slumped out of the World Cup warm-up event on Saturday with a 2-1 loss to Mexico (Source: Reuters) Top News Russia’s early Confederations Cup exit has sparked a wave of concern among fans as the 2018 World Cup hosts scramble to avoid another embarrassment at next year’s finals Stanislav Cherchesov’s side slumped out of the World Cup warm-up event on Saturday with a 2-1 loss to Mexico that featured shaky goalkeeping and missed chances With less than a year to the World Cup finals Russia are left with few options to add depth to their squad and unlike other countries fighting for a spot in the tournament they will not have the chance to gauge their strength in qualifying “We won’t have new players tomorrow This is our main team” Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko who also heads the Russian Football Union (RFU) said last week R-Sport news agency reported “Aliens aren’t going to fly in to play for Russia” Russia’s Confederations Cup elimination adds to a long list of poor performances on the international stage including early exits from last year’s European Championship and the 2014 World Cup finals tournaments in which they failed to win a match President Vladimir Putin suggested this month that the presence of foreign players in the Russian Premier League could be thwarting the development of homegrown talent and conceded the country had not paid enough attention to youth development Russia also has work to do to increase participation levels Some 27 million people approximately 18 percent of the population play soccer in Russia the RFU said this year In comparison just over 11 million people in England or about 20 percent of the population say they play some form of soccer according to a 2015 report by the English FA For some Russian officials only time can turn the tables for their national team which slipped to a record low of 63rd in FIFA’s world rankings this month “Youth sport collapsed in the 1990s” lawmaker Dmitry Svishchev who serves on the Russian parliament’s sport and physical culture committee told Reuters referring to the decade of political and economic instability following the Soviet Union’s collapse “This system started working again in the early 2000s and I hope the results of this will show in the next five years” All the players in Russia’s Confederations Cup squad play in the domestic league a situation some pundits say has sheltered them from high-calibre competition and ultimately hindered their development “Our domestic championship does not produce good enough players for us to even think we can contend for anything” former Soviet national team player and commentator Yevgeny Lovchev told Reuters “The league is weak CSKA (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow) and Zenit (St Petersburg) only play among themselves and players have no opportunities to learn” he added referring to the clubs who dominated the Russian championship last season In European competition only two Russian clubs have reached the Champions League quarter-finals with CSKA Moscow exiting in the last eight in 2010 14 years after Spartak Moscow reached the same stage With the possible exception of 21-year-old CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin who has been linked by British media with a move to Arsenal few Russian players look capable of playing at top European clubs “No one abroad wants our players” Lovchev said After Russia’s Confederations Cup elimination Cherchesov said his players had made a “qualitative leap” since last year’s dismal Euros and he hoped they could learn from the experience Not everyone was so upbeat however “We shouldn’t have expectations” Lovchev said “We should only expect that our guys step onto the pitch and fight for their country” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2017 3:25 pm After his split with Malaika Arora Arbaaz Khan reveals that he is dating but whom is yet to be known Related News The news of Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora’s divorce after 18 years of marriage shocked the fans of the couple Despite Arbaaz’s best efforts the actor-director failed to reconcile his relationship with his wife Meanwhile a lot of speculations regarding the reason behind their split did the rounds Reports suggested that the budding relationship between Arjun Kapoor and Malaika led to the differences between the estranged couple Though Malaika denied the rumours by saying “Arjun is a very good friend of mine But people give a very different meaning to it which isn’t true” still many kept speculating about her personal life Amidst everything Arbaaz kept his personal life under the wraps But now the actor has finally opened up about him being in a relationship Talking to DNA Arbaaz spoke about him dating but he left all confused on the details of the girl “I am dating yes But we are not… As of now there is still a long way to go” the Dabangg actor said on being asked about his relationship status When inquired whether he is dating the woman in his Instagram pictures the actor said “Which one If you are talking about Yellow she is just a friend She is somebody who I meet when I go to Goa She owns a restaurant” Is she a Romanian “No that’s another girl — Alexandria That’s my friend” Arbaaz confirmed Check out Arbaaz Khan’s pictures with Yellow Check out Arbaaz Khan’s pictures with Alexandria The actor-director also shared his opinions about getting married for the second time and his thoughts about a casual relationship For Arbaaz it might be difficult to make a commitment as he says “I feel there is a time and an age for sowing your wild oats I had that phase before I was 26 when I met Malaika Before that I was playing the field I was not in committed relationships I had a number of girlfriends When I met Malaika I felt the need to get married and after four years of dating we got married when I was 30 I really don’t know whether I have it in me at this point to go through the entire scenario of commitment and giving it everything The mindset right now is that if somebody comes in my life I will see it then… Maybe even let it go on the way it is rather than making any promises or commitments” Also see|As Malaika Arora celebrates mother’s birthday her ex Arbaaz Khan also drops in Despite heading for a divorce Malaika and Arbaaz are often spotted partying together and enjoying each other’s company And their public appearances have given their fans a hope of them getting back together But Arbaaz has washed all the hopes by saying “I feel if we had to get more time we would have got back by now The fact that we haven’t means it is not meant to be I wouldn’t want to speak for her I kept my option open despite us parting ways and I gave it a little time whether it was a year or two years before I moved on in certain ways Even as far as dating somebody is concerned So I guess if that was to happen it would have happened in the first six months or one year It didn’t and it’s been almost three years now…” Also read |Amid divorce Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora party together on New Year’s Eve see pics Recently Arbaaz attended Malaika’s mother’s birthday party so is everything fine between the families of the two “My association with Malaika’s family is as long as my association with Malaika We have a child together and there are the grandparents uncles and aunts And whatever the reasons for our parting they have never influenced our equations with the families They have kept it to themselves as this is the personal decision between the two of us They have not asked us to get back together” said Arbaaz Khan who recently acted in Keshhav Panneriy’s Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by T M Krishna | Published: June 9 2016 12:40 am Hindus have been quite happily celebrating every festival with pomp in fact the sizes of pandals during Ganpati utsav or Durga puja have only increased over the past decade Related News As one who is thought of as belonging to the “world of culture” I would say that the first two years of the Narendra Modi government have been the most disturbing times that I can recall It has been a period when the political context has forced me to ask difficult questions of what this nation really is as a cultural identity An ideational collapse has occurred and you can see it even these paragraphs I find I have used the word culture to describe what is essentially religious Would I have done this some years ago I would not have This too is a remarkable achievement by the present dispensation It is not that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stood up at the ramparts of the Red Fort and made a proclamation to the effect that India that is Bharat has one culture in body mind and soul and it’s name is Hindutva He has not done that In fact he has both in India and abroad spoken of “sabka saath” but his colleagues and political partners have blatantly espoused Hindutva And he has not contradicted them Hindus have been told by Hindutva’s spokespersons that for the last 60 plus years this country has victimised and marginalised them We have reached a point where this manifest untruth now carries the ring of historical truth Hindus have been quite happily celebrating every festival with pomp in fact the sizes of pandals during Ganpati utsav or Durga puja have only increased the number of young people who visit temples has clearly been on the rise over the past decade or more and let us not forget the proliferation of sadhus and gurus that dot our topography If anything the Hindu is far from being sunk or mass converted But the fear of such a happening has been implanted in every Hindu mind Religious violence is not a creation of this government The Congress can never atone enough for 1984 But there is a shift in the way society has taken to this new Hindutva political craftsmanship and that is for me the most worrisome trend Today violence of the religious/cultural kind is not just a tool of party politics and their attached lumpen outfits today it is owned and worn on the sleeve with aplomb It is said with barely concealed anger if a Hindu celebrates his religion he is accused of being right-wing but a Muslim is never asked that question Let us think about this seriously In this world’s context can we ever make this statement and actually believe it is true If there is any community that has been globally vilified it is the people of the Islamic faith yet we are convinced that they have greater acceptance than the middle and upper class Hindu There is enough data to prove that Muslims and Dalits are the most backward communities in this nation There is no doubt that parties in and out of power including the Congress and many Muslim leaders wearing various political hats have only exploited the average Muslim voter but should this make “us” insensitive to “their” real conditions Worse is to think that Muslims are receiving benefits at Hindus’ cost This idea in itself entrenches an underlying cultural thought — that this is a Hindu land and that Muslims are guests Not to forget the allied belief that Muslims are terrorists or possible terrorists unless Hindu thought has touched them and just in case you did not know Sufism is quintessentially Hindu Another invented truism being spread around is that the education system has made people anti-Hindu and pro-religious minorities Even more laughable is the assertion that leftist academicians with the connivance of western socialist scholars have wiped out Hindu goodness and achievements from our history If we were to visit the innumerable religious studies art and language departments around this country we will find more PhDs that are seeped in Hindu religiosity than of the other kind But from what the naysayers claim India by now should have become a mini-Soviet Union but we are not and thank goodness for that For all the Hindu pride that is demanded of us the last few years have witnessed a strong misogynist (let us remember that this is not just a male attitude) and pro-upper caste/class articulation of India There is clearly a cultural strategy to linearise Hindu sanskriti and within it engulf all that has in the past and present questioned its organisation In the eulogisation of Hindu history I also smell a strong whiff of appropriation combined with the establishment of a certain idea of the Hindu — one that emanates from the middle classes There has been no attempt to address issues of gender multiple genders or caste If anything there is a suppression of such discourses Suppression today is not enforced via a dictatorial ban it is mobilised using fear The world of the arts especially the classical and wannabe classical community (nobody cares about the rest) has heralded this government for they believe that they are the true representatives of Bharatiya sanskriti All of sudden many Hindutvas have emerged out of closet There is clearly a streamlining of what is artistically Indian where religious Hindu inclined art forms are being pushed forward Art and culture are going through a right-wing phase even though at no point in India’s independent history were the Hindu art forms targeted Hasn’t Bharatanatyam always been the “number one” symbol of Indian antiquity We should not allow people to subsume culture into religious belief systems But I now wonder whether the larger society really cares to engage with this thought Sociologists activists and cultural liberals vouch for India’s syncretic identity providing us many living examples of wonderful people But do these small pockets matter anymore If anything they are being used to certify the real Indian – the one who accepts the Hindu as that mythic being As I end this piece I feel another achievement of this government at least in me — cultural pessimism The writer is a renowned Carnatic vocalist and author of ‘A Southern Music: The Karnatik Story’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: June 11 2017 5:26 am The Pune Market Yard has seen vastly improved supplies which have brought down the prices significantly (Representational Image) Related News Prices of vegetables in both wholesale and retail markets in urban areas such as Pune and Mumbai have seen large scale correction bringing much-needed relief to consumers Prices of almost all other fresh vegetables barring garlic have come down by almost 30-40 per cent as the markets reported increased arrival Earlier the week-long farmers’ strike had crippled the supply of vegetables across major wholesale markets in the state Farmers had refused to trade their produce at the markets and had also taken to the streets to stop the supply of such commodities to urban centres The price of fresh commodities including vegetables and milk had gone up by a whopping 40-50 per cent between June 1-8 across the state While the supply had improved towards the last few days of the strike most of the supply of fresh produce was from outside the state The Pune Market Yard has seen vastly improved supplies which have brought down the prices significantly As against the traded price of Rs 4000 per quintal of June 2 tomatoes traded at Rs 600 per quintal on June 9 Similarly for okra prices have dropped from Rs 6000 per quintal to Rs 3000 per quintal Onion prices have also seen a slight dip from Rs 1000 to Rs 850 per quintal Supplies have improved in Vashi’s wholesale market with more than 600 trucks of vegetables arriving in the market on Saturday Suresh Pingle president of the Vegetables’ Traders Union of the market said prices of almost all vegetables ranged between Rs 10-20 per kg The drop in prices at the wholesale markets have resulted in a similar trend in retail markets Vishnu Salve president of the Pimpri retail market said prices of most commodities had dipped by 50 per cent However garlic prices remained high as supplies were hampered due to the ongoing crisis in Madhya Pradesh “… Until supplies resume from Madhya Pradesh the trend will remain the same” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Shinde has faced a departmental inquiry in the past for allegedly shooting himself in the foot in an inebriated state inside a bar. conversions and activities of Bangladeshi nationals”.

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