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director James Cameron showed the same story unravelling in an alien planet in Avatar.Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process?but there was no public indication as to whether he has met any of the items on Karzais agenda The next few weeks will show if Sharif can match his words with deeds Kabul has long been convi-nced that the war in Afghanistan can come to an end within weeks if Rawalpindi so desired Optimists would say Sharif might be strong enough to define a new approach to Afghanistan Pessimists would demur and say the Pakistan army will never cede control over Afghan policy to the civilians Indias role Whatever happens between Kabul and RawalpindiIndia has no reason to get too anxious Despite much hype about India-Pakistan rivalry in Afghanistantheir roles in the latter have never been symmetric New Delhi has no reason to see itself in competition with Rawalpindi in Afghanistan It is quite conscious of the limitations imposed by geography Realists in Delhi are aware that Kabul and Islamabad will take long to make sense of their mutual vulnerabilities and resolve their fundamental contradictions Delhithenmust engage all forces in Afghanistan and focus on insulating India from the negative consequences of the new phase that has begun to unfold on Indias northwestern frontiers If Delhi holds its nerve and plays well the few cards it hasIndia could yet have some impact on the evolution of the Af-Pak dynamic The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for The Indian Express. “It is evident from the current situation that government has not done enough exercise.The government should have done some serious exercise before delegalising the tender” Kalyan said in a series of tweets “Government has to spell out the actual new currency position Rural economy and the unorganised urban market is to be taken care Senior citizens are to be taken care & Government should take measures to stop unrest in public” he said He said government could not hide for a long time under the shade of maintaining secrecy along with alleging that there was no proper estimation before announcing the delegalisation of currency Kalyan who launched Jana Sena on the eve of 2014 elections did not jump into the electoral arena but lent support to the TDP-BJP combine and aided in its victory in Andhra Pradesh On November 8 Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the decision to demonetise Rs 1000 and Rs 500 currency notes For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ruhi Tewari | Updated: May 7 2014 11:55 pm Related News USUAL AGENDA Accusing the BJP and RSS of “systematically stoking communal passions” the CPM’s People’s Democracy has said “the worst of the vote bank politics — the consolidation of the majority Hindu vote bank — is now being unleashed” In its editorial People’s Democracy claims this phenomenon gained momentum before the last two phases of the Lok Sabha election because “the bulk of the seats in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar will go to polls in these phases… Apart from sending the largest number of members to the Lok Sabha UP and Bihar constitute the heartland of the Hindi belt which is crucial for the communal forces and often regarded as their strongest support base…” The editorial adds that while such “polarisation” may help the BJP win votes it will be at the “grave expense of India’s unity and integrity and communal harmony… It is by now clear that the BJP had embarked as usual on an agenda of doublespeak and a dual track strategy In areas where communal polarisation may not fetch handsome electoral dividends it has harped upon development at its agenda trying to camouflage its real agenda of communal polarisation Now that elections to most of these parts of the country are over in the first seven phases it is baring its communal fangs” it asserts The editorial claims the BJP and RSS “are perfecting Hitler’s fascistic propaganda methods” on the one hand and “re-living Machiavellian diabolism” on the other and says this “is a dangerous combination of a particular methodology and an ideology that pursues the RSS agenda of transforming the secular democratic Indian Republic into a rabidly intolerant fascistic ‘Hindu Rashtra’” MONEY POWER The CPI’s New Age while applauding the Election Commission for a high voter turnout in the Lok Sabha polls says that the poll panel has been unable to control the “money-muscle power” that has “continued to play its vicious role” “As these elections are being fought directly by the corporate capital money has flowed like water Almost all the bourgeois political parties national and regional both have been financed by the corporate to the hilt Though the Election Commission has claimed that it had confiscated about 300 crore that were being smuggled into the constituencies it has no mechanism to control the flow of black money to the coffers of the parties” says an editorial It further claims that some parties have also “misused official machinery” and the BJP tops the list in this Calling for an “overhaul” of the entire political system the editorial demands that the first past the post system be “discarded” and partial proportional representation brought in ASSAM VIOLENCE Focusing on the communal violence in Assam the CPI(ML)’s ML Update accuses the Tarun Gogoi-led Congress state government of failing to monitor activities of the militant groups in the affected region known to be at “high risk for such violence” Accusing the BJP and Narendra Modi of “stoking hate against Muslims” the editorial says “In its manifesto for Assam the BJP’s Assam unit promised to identify and evict all ‘illegal immigrants’ from Assam; making it clear that it would treat only Muslims as ‘illegal immigrants’ while welcoming ‘Hindus Buddhists Sikhs and members of the Scheduled Castes’ as ‘refugees’ from Bangladesh” “The politics of branding Muslim citizens in W Bengal and Assam as ‘illegal immigrants’ must be challenged and defeated and at the same time a humane and secular policy towards refugees from neighbouring countries fleeing persecution as well as economic migrants must be evolved urgently” says the editorial Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: July 26 2017 6:39 pm Judwaa 2: Jacqueline Fernandez shoots for the film in Maldives Related News Trust Jacqueline Fernandez to raise the temperatures with just one appearance The actor who is shooting in Mauritius for Judwaa 2 has shared some pictures revealing her morning rituals before heading for workout and we bet this is the best thing you have seen today The actor presents her candid self for fans in which we see her living the moment And when it comes to her being on camera there’s no way she can go wrong with it The actor who is shooting for Judwaa 2 at present has been sharing many moments from the shoot While she recently declared her co-star Taapsee Pannu as her soul sister and drinking partner we saw her having time of her life during her song shoot with Varun Dhawan Jacqueline would be part of the recreated versions of Oonchi Hai Building and Tan Tana Tan from Judwaa 2 Talking about the two iconic numbers Jacky said “We’ve had so much fun shooting and we’ve all tried our best to do as much justice to those songs we’ve treated them like newborn babies We had to be extra attentive too The hard work will definitely pay off” Judwaa 2 which is a sequel to the 1997 blockbuster Judwaa starring Salman Khan Karisma Kapoor and Rambha is being directed by David Dhawan The film is scheduled for August release this year But Jacky is packed with other projects in her kitty Beyond this Varun Dhawan film Jacqueline will be seen setting the temperatures soaring with her on-screen lover boy Sidharth Malhotra in A Gentleman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | Tokyo | Updated: May 14 2017 3:46 pm Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have been together since 2009 Related News American actor Chris Pratt says he often struggle with dramatic sequences and turns to his wife and actress Anna Faris to help him with it “We do a lot (exchange notes) She (Faris) is somebody I really trust in terms of just having a point of view about a scene I talk to her and not just about comedy in fact probably more so about the drama” Pratt said The Disney’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 star added: “I talk to her about the dramatic stuff Comedy stuff comes pretty naturally to me and I don’t find myself struggling with something to make funny But I struggle with how to make something dramatic and she is one of the first people that I go to She has got really good points” Pratt met Faris while working in Take Me Home Tonight in 2007 and got married two years later They have a four-year-old son Jack Also Read |My son likes Spider-Man not Star-Lord: Chris Pratt In an exchange with Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show Chris Pratt confessed that “We’re strangely competitive with each other when it comes to entertaining him and getting into the voices and the characters” explains the funny actor “I’ll read the left page and she’ll read the right page” It would be fair to say that Chris Pratt and Anna Faris can be considered one of the most adorable hollywood couple in this date Chris Pratt’s movie Guardians of the Galaxy 2 recently released in theaters and received positive reviews For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 15 2017 5:18 am Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly Abhay Singh Chautala and other INLD MLAs outside CM residence in Chandigarh on Wednesday Express Top News Annoyed over being stopped for frisking by security staff at the CM’s residence Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly Abhay Singh Chautala and other INLD MLAs returned without submitting a memorandum on farmers’ issues to CM Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday After a meeting of the party’s state executive INLD MLAs led by Abhay Chautala and Lok Sabha MP Dushyant Singh Chautala had gone to submit a memorandum to the CM But when the security staff asked them to deposit their mobiles wallets and pens before entering the CM residence the MLAs termed it an insult to a delegation of elected representatives Chautala also objected stating that they were invited to submit the memorandum and such frisking was not appropriate “It was not only insult to the MLAs but also the people of the entire state as they were representatives of the state We have seen many CMs but not such behaviour We won’t attend any meeting or function to be organised at the CM house in future” said Chautala According to the INLD leader he received a telephone call from the Chief Minister after the incident in which Khattar said that the security staff wanted to ensure that the visitors were not carrying any arms But Chautala insited that it was an insult to them Earlier after a meeting of the state executive INLD leaders went on to gherao the CM’s residence situated in Sector 3 Chandigarh But Chandigarh Police stopped them by installing barricades Later Principal Secretary to Chief Minister RK Khullar reached there to receive memorandum from the protesters But Chautala insisted that they wanted to hand over the memorandum to the Chief Minister only Khullar agreed to it after apparently conveying a message to the CM residence The protesters reached there but returned without meeting the CM Later a memorandum was handed over to Khullar for forwarding it to the Prime Minister In the memorandum the INLD has demanded implementation of recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission Report on fixing Minimum Support Price (MSP) for farm produce The memorandum pointed out that during the run up to the Lok Sabha elections of 2014 the BJP had made promise that “if voted to power it would fix the MSP of agricultural produce in accordance with the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission Report that is 50 per cent profit on the cost of production” “To convince the farmers that it was not an empty promise the then Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders had reiterated that promise from every possible platform However after ‘hoodwinking’ the farmers into voting for it the BJP in the state and Centre not only suffered selective amnesia but also expressed the non-feasibility of implementing the recommendations of Swaminathan Report” said the memorandum INLD delegation to visit Mandsaur INLD’s state working committee on Wednesday decided to send a delegation of the party to Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh to express solidarity with the struggling farmers of Madhya Pradesh The delegation will leave for Mandsaur on June 17 It also decided to stage demonstrations by party’s Kisan Cell at all district headquarters on June 16 and submit a memorandum to the deputy commissioners for forwarding it to the President For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: October 4 2017 8:33 am Local football players watch the American Under-17 football team during a practice session in Delhi on Tuesday (Source: Express Photo by Oinam Anand) Related News “We live in a crazy world right now…” John Hackworth the coach of the United States under-17 team sounds helpless Last month Hurricane Irma did not just destroy thousands of lives it also disrupted the USA’s training camp for the under-17 World Cup And on Monday his first training session after landing in Delhi was impacted by the news of the mass shooting in Las Vegas “…there’s so many bad things happening” Hackworth says The coach was finalising his squad in September when the catastrophic hurricane hit Florida Their camp had to be called off and the players were shifted to an elementary school where they spent three days in classrooms “We didn’t know what to do at the time So we lived in a shelter and were safe But it meant we weren’t on the training field for more than three days It disrupted our whole training camp” he says Practising in India he hoped would help them focus on the task at hand But all morning on Monday they were glued to the television sets following the news about the goings-on in Las Vegas where more than 50 people died in the country’s worst incident of mass shooting “We live in a crazy world right now where a lot of these things are happening” Hackworth says “We don’t forget about those things but try to focus on what we can and enjoy moments like these (participating in a global tournament)” They are certainly enjoying the weather here Hackworth calls the Delhi air and weather ‘beautiful’ Like most he had heard about the city’s pollution woes but so far he says “the climate here has been nice” “We hear stories and things but we have been here since Sunday and we were in Dubai before that Dubai was hard to be in – hot and humid” he says In that humidity they trained for a week to get acclimatised It showed how serious they are about this tournament And it can further be gauged from the size of their support staff A 15-member team is accompanying the 21-player squad It includes a security official who sanitised the training ground before the practice began on Tuesday The coaches of all their age group teams (U-15 U-16 U-19 and U-20) will be here Brad Friedel a three-time World Cupper is here as well The former goalkeeper is the under-19 head coach and under-20 assistant coach “I think it’s very important that you’re around the kids to see what you’re getting mentally and physically so you’re not just seeing on the television” the former Blackburn Rovers and Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper says “We all work together – the youth national team coaches It’s important we all see what’s coming through the pipeline” Going by what was on display on Tuesday Friedel stares at a problem of plenty This American team is considered to be one of the best-ever in this age-group Hackworth says they’ve stayed and trained together for the last two years In players like Josh Sargent signed by German club Werder Bremen last month and PSG’s Timothy Weah they have two of the most exciting players in this tournament Whether this helps the US who have qualified for all but one edition of this event to improve their best-ever fourth-place finish achieved at the 1999 edition remains to be seen Hackworth though is making sure the team does not get ahead of itself He is respectful of India whom he calls the ‘most hardworking’ team he has faced in the last two years The two teams have met once – at the AIFF Youth Cup in Goa last year USA trounced India 4-0 back then but Hackworth insists the result isn’t a fair reflection on how much they were made to work for the win “I thought they are the hardest working team we’ve faced in the whole two years So I think they have developed and gotten better At the same time I think we have too” he says But it’s the occasion that excites him The US will be India’s first opponent at a World Cup never mind a junior version Hackworth has been informed there will be a ‘very loud crowd’ But he is also aware of the challenges it poses for both sets of players “We are talking about teenagers dealing with all those emotions so that presents challenges for both teams Maybe for India to handle the pressure of the moment in front of their home fans And for us to play the way we feel we can and not get caught up in emotions” Hackworth says For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News saying it should have done serious exercise before announcing the decision. 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