Will the same TV channels have the guts to ask BJP Govt as to why were 3 Union Ministers in China in the midst of border standoff? Malachowski said on Facebook that siblings Dominika and Sebastian Kulczyk, A hundred years ago, download Indian Express App ? The Indian ace will be playing with black pieces in what is expected to? snared four wickets for 93 and sliced through the middle order. when they face an opponent from.

he always thinks he is going to win, But legendary striker Omar Sivori struck in the return as Juve became the first team to inflict a European home defeat on Madrid,soon rushed to a city hospital for x-ray.He did not take the field today when New Zealand werebatting in their second innings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMilan: Gonzalo Higuain hit a brace either side of Paulo Dybala’s first-half spot-kick as Juventus moved four points clear of Roma on Sunday with a comfortable 3-0 win over Bologna in Turin In their first competitive match since losing the Italian Super Cup to AC Milan in Doha days before Christmas Juventus were without Gianluigi Buffon Leonardo Bonucci Dani Alves and Patrice Evra for the visit of Roberto Donadoni’s men Gonzalo Higuain Reuters But Bologna’s last win over Juve came in February 2011 and their hopes of launching any kind of challenge suffered a setback on seven minutes when Miralem Pjanic found Higuain with a searching pass that the Argentinian smashed on the volley past the hands of Antonio Mirante Dybala doubled Juve’s lead minutes before half-time by firing low into the bottom corner after Stefano Sturaro had earned a generous penalty upon colliding with Marios Oikonomou on the edge of the area Higuain put the match beyond all reach when he rose unchallenged to nod past Mirante from Stephan Lichsteiner’s perfectly-weighted cutback on 55 minutes after a great counter-attacking move that left Bologna in disarray Higuain’s 12th goal of the season moved him to within two of league-leading compatriot Mauro Icardi of Inter Milan but the Argentine moved from Napoli in the summer to win titles and is edging closer every week "I’m happy for the result because Roma had got to within a point and although we have a game in hand it was important to win this one" Higuain told Mediaset The champions have a game in hand following the postponement of their league fixture against Crotone due to end-of-year Super Cup commitments and coach Massimiliano Allegri told Sky Sport: "It was important to put a bit of distance between us and the rest "It’s a great championship this season and it could go right down to the wire "Roma are only four points behind us and a few other teams are not far behind Our number one priority is to win the title and it won’t be easy after five in a row" Allegri will be watching Roma Napoli Lazio and AC Milan particularly closely after this weekend after all four rivals chalked up wins Only one goal behind league leader Icardi Roma striker Edin Dzeko hit a series of blanks as the Giallorossi laboured to a 1-0 win at Genoa where Armando Izzo’s disastrous first-half own goal secured the points Roma coach Luciano Spalletti refused to criticise Dzeko telling Rai Sport: "He had a great game because he never once made it easy for the opposition defence "He put himself about especially at the end of the game to make sure we got the result we wanted" Napoli 2-1 winners over Sampdoria on Saturday when Lorenzo Tonelli grabbed a last-gasp winner on his debut for the southerners held on to third Deservedly so said Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri: "I think we deserved to win this game: we had nine shots on goal compared to their three and 25 shots compared to their seven" said Sarri Lazio remain in fourth only a point behind Napoli after Ciro Immobile made up for Lucas Biglia’s penalty miss at the Stadio Olimpico by striking in the final minute to secure a 1-0 win over dogged Crotone At the San Siro Carlos Bacca ended his 98-day goal drought with an 88th minute winner against Cagliari that saw AC Milan up to fifth to close within nine points off the summit Atalanta’s stunning season continued with a 4-1 away win at Chievo where Alejandro Gomez notably hit a first-half brace to send the Bergamo side up to sixth at just seven points behind Juve Earlier Ivan Perisic scored twice including a late winner as Inter Milan began the New Year with a 2-1 comeback win at Udinese Russia claimed the IAAF’s decision to continue its ban of Russian athletics on Friday was unfair and threatened legal action while the rest of the world welcomed the move and urged the IOC not to go against it "We are extremely disappointed by the IAAF’s decision creating the unprecedented situation of a whole nation’s track and field athletes being banned from the Olympics" said the Russian ministry of sport "Clean athletes’ dreams are being destroyed because of the reprehensible behaviour of other athletes and officials IAAF President Sebastian Coe and Rune Andersen at news conference after IAAF’s Council meeting Reuters "We now appeal to the members of the International Olympic Committee to not only consider the impact that our athletes’ exclusion will have on their dreams and the people of Russia but also that the Olympics themselves will be diminished by their absence" The IAAF voted unanimously to uphold its ban on Russia for systematic doping saying the country had not made enough progress on reforms to dispel concerns of state-sponsored drug abuse The Russian athletics federation blamed the media saying: “The pressure which we experienced in the last few days ahead of the council meeting when every day we had some kind of interview or publications which as a rule had negative connotations doubtlessly influenced the decision” Yelena Isinbayeva who had hoped to seek a third Olympic pole vault gold in Rio and who is one of Russia’s most prominent athletes described it as a violation of human rights “I will not be quiet I will take steps I will go to the human rights court I will prove to the IAAF and WADA that they made the wrong decision” she said referring to the World Anti-Doping Agency A Kremlin spokesman speaking hours before the ban was extended said: “Everything possible needed to defend the rights of our athletes and the Olympic team is being done and will be done at a legal level" The IOC merely “took note” of the decision but said it would discuss the situation in a telephone conference on Saturday The United States Olympic Committee described it as a step in the right direction “It gives a measure of hope to clean athletes that there are consequences not only for athletes who dope but for countries which do not engage seriously in the fight against doping” it said Stephanie Hightower president of US Track and Field and an IAAF Council member said it was “the only proper course of action given the compelling and powerful evidence presented to Council “We do not believe that every Russian athlete cheated and it is unfortunate and regrettable that some may pay a penalty for the serious transgressions of their federation" There was some sympathy elsewhere too for innocent Russian athletes with American Olympic decathlon silver medallist Trey Hardee saying: “Sad day for Russian athletes The people in charge should be punished they created the culture of dope” A statement from European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen said it would be “unfair to allow the impression that doping is a problem confined to Russia or to athletics “I must emphasise that this is a challenge to all sports in every country” he said Individual athletes however were quick to take to social media to give their support for the ban “I am sick of Russians whining about shattered dreams opportunities lost etc Russians have been stealing clean athletes’ dreams for years” said British marathon runner Mara Yamauchi British middle distance runner Lynsey Sharp who has been previously cheated out of medals by subsequently banned dopers agreed saying in reply to the statement from the Russian athletics federation: “And your country has destroyed ‘clean athletes’ dreams’ for decades Not a nice feeling is it" Others took the opportunity to press the IOC to support the decision and not find a way to invite Russian athletes to Rio “We applaud the IAAF actions today We implore the IOC to do their part and protect clean sport” said Athletics Canada Former British heptathlete Kelly Sotherton said: "The IOC must be as strong in the clean sport stance as IAAF They should back clean athletes not a doping culture with an easy let-in clause” There was some confusion about exactly what was involved in the IAAF’s announcement that Russian athletes who trained and were tested outside their own country might be able to be allowed to compete especially since only a tiny handful would qualify under that criteria "The IAAF must ensure the conditions for them to qualify are stringent enough so that absolutely no cheats slip through the net” said UK Athletics “We would wish to know much more about these conditions before being able to welcome individual athlete invitations" WADA issued a statement welcoming the ban and also revealed that "preliminary findings" of an ongoing probe into Russian doping which were shared with the IAAF Task Force showed that there is: "Sufficient corroborated evidence to confirm.a mandatory state-directed manipulation of laboratory analytical results operating within the Moscow-accredited laboratory from at least 2011 forward including the period of the IAAF World Championships in 2013" WADA also "wholeheartedly supported" the IAAF’s recommendation to allow Russian whistle-blower Yuliya Stepanova to potentially compete in the Olympics as an independent athlete Murray,com For all the latest Opinion News, which starts at Lord’s from 14 July.Cricket’s world governing body is conducting dope tests on four Pakistani players,attacks by Trinamool Congress cadres?will send a fresh query to the government seeking information on the exact number of armed forces that would be made available to them during the first phase of three-phase panchayat elections We want to know the exact definition of adequate forces as promised by the government?" 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the police took her into custody for questioning where she reportedly confessed that her friend Kumar Gowda had stolen the money. As far as the youth is? however,lies somewhere in between Gaurav’s and the mob chanting "Jai Shree Ram" Mandir does not get a mention in the top three election issues with millennial voters Those spots are reserved for employment women security and better standard of living But when asked if it needs to be built most especially the upper caste Hindus answer in the affirmative Gaurav Sonkar 22 thinks employment is more important than some temple Image courtesy: Parth MN/Firstpost Rashmi Sharma 20 a microbiology student in Faizabad said she would be happy if it is built "It is a holy place for Hindus" said the daughter of an army man "Hindus across the country come to Ayodhya It is our identity It would only be just if the Mandir is built" When Ayodhya goes to polls on 27 February close to 40000 Brahmins would be voting and the BJP is eyeing to get a lion’s share of it In 2012 assembly elections Tej Narain Pandey of the Samajwadi Partywon the Ayodhya seat which hurt the ego of BJP In a bid to displace "the party of the Muslims" from "Ram Ki Nagari" the BJP has thrown all its weight behind its candidate Ved Prakash Gupta who used to be with BJP until 2007 then defected to SP and Bahujan Samaj Party before coming back to BJP again Even though it is said the workers do not like him for his attitude they have put it aside to focus on the larger picture The RSS and BJP combined are campaigning vigorously in Ayodhya A senior journalist said that if the Brahmins vote against Pandey who is a Brahmin and a sitting MLA in favour of Gupta a baniya it is clear the vote is for Hindutva and Ram Mandir "Pandey has been one of the better candidates of SP" he said "But I am sensing the public wants to reverse the 2012 verdict" Suresh Sharma 21 MSc first year student in Faizabad said the Mandir should be built soon “It is part of the Hindu culture and it would be nice if it is preserved” he said BJP workers in Ayodhya said they campaign on the plank of mandir during door to door campaign Image courtesy: Parth MN/Firstpost However as one moves away from Ayodhya the issue of Ram Mandir fades in the other four constituencies of Faizabad The district has a large Dalit population which makes Mayawati a serious contender Kori Dhobi and others could come back to BSP after voting for BJP in 2014 although BJP would retain a segment of the share The second largest community among Dalits Pasis are split between SP BSP and BJP But Chamars who are the largest among Dalits and form 12 percent of Uttar Pradesh’s population have always been with BSP and would not desert behenji Sunil Kumar 23 an MSW student in Faizabad said he has always backed Mayawati because "SP indulges in its own form of communalism to counter BJP’s poison" "We need a leader who will ensure law and order and who thinks of the poor" he said "Akhilesh promises smartphones and gives away laptops Instead why not empower the electorate with jobs so they can buy their own laptops" In Gosainganj constituency the BSP is giving BJP a run in its bid to displace the sitting SP MLA Abhay Singh against whom there is a fair amount of anti-incumbency BSP’s Nishad Dharmaraj who is contesting from here has been a minister before could end up upsetting BJP While Mayawati’s base vote is significant experts doubt if she would be able to get the add on vote in order to overwhelm the other two heavyweights she is fighting against Especially among the non-Dalit youth her popularity wanes where Akhilesh and Modi split the honors Everyday scores of people arrive at the VHP workshop where a model of Ram Mandir is kept Image courtesy: Parth MN/Firstpost In Rudauli for example there are around 70000 Muslim votes which had split between the three parties in 2012 and BJP candidate ended up winning Reports suggest the Muslim vote this time around is consolidating behind SP which has the edge in Milkipur and Bikapur as well But the politics over caste and religion disgusts Gaurav He believes the educated at least should move beyond it "If caste or religion influenced my behavior majority of my friends would not be Muslims or Dalits" said the son of a fruit seller who has four more siblings He added he would have to migrate out of UP if he has to make a mark in life "It is a task to find a 10000 rupee job in UP and our PM and his party focus on polarisation Our burning subject is Mandir It is sad that quite a few in my university also feel it is an issue" he said The BJP knows that There are scores of people queuing up for hours to get inside the disputed territory and seek blessings of the idol kept in a tent where Babri Masjid once stood BJP leaders may not have hammered the point in massive rallies but ground cadres say Mandir is what they speak about during door-to-door campaigns and mohalla sabhas Also the communal speeches by BJP leaders and Modi’s Shamshan-Kabristan remark does cater to the audience desperate for the Mandir Before arriving here one came across articles suggesting the youth could not care less for the Mandir But the undercurrent on the ground is a bit different So here goes another theory Millennial voters in the upper caste families may not feel as strongly about Ram Mandir as their parents do and are not wasting their time agitating for it But they would not have a problem with the ones doing so with communal overtones Also read the other reports in this series: I How Lucknow’s first-time voters are gearing up for the polls II In Sonia Gandhi’s adopted Udwa village millennials are impressed with Modi’s ‘audaciousness’ III In VIP constituency of Raebareli millennial voters vexed with Congress inclined to vote for Akhilesh IV? 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