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development work is logical Passing the buck while saying that law and order problem is a state subject ignores the enormity of the situation that states face today A comprehensive intelligence machinerya well-equipped paramilitary force and a national security council to command the operation are essential Dialogue can be used only when the law and order situation is under control Mohammed Furquan New Delhi Jobs rules This is with reference to Apples solitary genius (IEJune 3) Apple might have refused to license its software to other hardware manufacturers and consequentlylost out on sales volume (even though their profit margin remained high)but this exclusion helped it create the brand it is today The exclusive hardware-software combination made Apple products uniqueand thusa status symbol Simplywhats available on it isnt available on others In a way this helped Apple justify its price for productsand in the long run this decision of not licensing software has proved beneficial Financiallyit may have taken time to beat Microsoftbut the fact is that for an ordinary userbrand Apple has more impact than brand Microsoft Steve Jobs is successful if he wanted to create a brand that helped him control the world Vibhav Kamath Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: August 31 2016 9:25 am Anil Kumble has asked the selectors to look at probables too ahead of a busy home season (Source: PTI) Top News When India’s home season begins one which comprises 13 Tests and a couple of One-day International series India coach Anil Kumble will also be keeping a close eye on fringe players New Zealand England Bangladesh and Australia will tour during what will be a long home season and Kumble is keen that the pool of players knocking on the doors — apart from the established ones who will be in the national team — are also closely monitored in terms of performance and rehabilitation in case of an injury As part of his road-map which was first discussed prior to the West Indies tour during a conclave attended by Virat Kohli MS Dhoni the national selectors India A and junior team coach Rahul Dravid among others Kumble asked the selectors to pick a probables team in all three formats and submit the names to him India’s highest Test wicket-taker is keen on being aware of all the players both in the mix presently and on the fringes that he will be in-charge of during his tenure and it’s learnt that he will be monitoring their progress and performances with the assistance of former teammate Dravid and veteran NCA coaches like Narendra Hirwani and WV Raman “The idea is that our bench strength should be ready if and when there is an SOS call India will be playing New Zealand England Bangladesh and Australia It is a long season ahead and Kumble wants to identify players and to see which format they fit into if not all While the top players pick themselves horses for courses will be his mantra when it comes to shuffling players around It’s the roadmap for India during his tenure and he’s very keen on taking this team forward” a source in the BCCI confirmed For the record India have already climbed up the Test rankings under Kumble and had briefly taken over at the top before Pakistan replaced them thanks mainly to the rained out draw in the fourth Test at Port-of-Spain It’s learnt that the BCCI has already given the go ahead to Kumble’s proposal and sources in the board have assured that Kumble will be kept in the loop about the performances of all those players waiting in the wings as well Rehab schedules Kumble had also asked for the rehab schedules of the injured cricketers to be closely monitored and his buzzword for the rest of his tenure is ‘better communication’ across the board “Kumble is sure that if the Indian team has to move forward all stakeholders will have to work together He can’t change things on his own The Indian team has played good cricket at home but he wants to get different views on what is needed for them to do well overseas like probably having more exposure trips for our bench strength” the source added It’s just been a little over two months since he took over as India coach but Anil Kumble has already made his presence felt Whether it’s bringing in a new wave of discipline into the camp – issuing fines for errant players who miss the bus – bringing back John Wright’s buddy system or trying his best to get all the stakeholders on board and on the same page with regards to the road map for Indian cricket over the next busy 12 months For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Published: July 6 2016 5:41 pm Top News A shot from Hrithik Roshan Pooja Hegde’sMohenjo Daro The film Mohenjo Daro by Asutosh Gowarikar tells a story that happened before the birth of Jesus Christ the entrance of Mughals and British in India and before Buddhism became a religion Considering the historical setting how does the film explain the presence of a perfectly shaped tiled blue swimming pool surrounded by diyas in the song Tu Hai thatwas released on Wednesday Although the film has not released yet but still a few doubts linger while watching the choreography of Tu Hai which has Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde romancing The melody of AR Rahman partly loses its charm when one tries to find logic in the music video Why would the people from the time of the ancient Indus Valley civilisation borrow dance moves from Bollywood to express their love for each other Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegdein the song Tu Hai Mohenjo Daro’s trailer led to an onslaught of funny Twitter reactions as to the way Indus Valley civilisation has been portrayed in the film Watch the music video right here: Watch: Tu HaiVideo Song For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Manama | Updated: April 15 2017 10:52 am Sebastian Vettel emerged fastest in Bahrain Grand Prix practice (Source: Reuters) Top News Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was fastest in Bahrain Grand Prix practice on Friday with the joint Formula One championship leader comfortably quicker than his Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton despite problems in the second session The four times world champion lapped 0400 faster than Red Bull’s Australian Daniel Ricciardo in the afternoon and then pipped Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas by 0041 under the evening floodlights Hamilton the triple champion who won the previous race in China after Vettel’s success in the Australian opener and shares the overall lead with 43 points was 10th and fifth respectively Neither had a trouble free evening however with Vettel suffering what he called a “complete shutdown” on his car with half an hour to go The German was pushed into the pits by marshals and returned to the track 15 minutes later “It was not the best day for us we still need to improve the car…On one lap it was OK (on a) long run we might be quite a bit behind but I am sure we can improve for tomorrow” said Vettel Hamilton ran off the track after being baulked by Nico Hulkenberg’s Renault “These drivers are just so dangerous” the Briton said over the team radio with both drivers later summoned to see the stewardsRicciardo was third in the evening with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen fourth after his afternoon session went up in smoke with the Finn abandoning his smoking car and trudging off in the desert heat The solitary walk through the arid landscape in overalls and helmet before being collected by a scooter was an arresting sight — and also typical of a driver with ‘Iceman’ tattooed on his left arm “Walking through the desert in 37C heat In full race suit Helmet on Only the Iceman is cool enough to do it” the official formula1com website observed on its Twitter feed ENGINE CHANGE While Raikkonen built up a sweat Vettel settled in at the top of the timesheets with a best lap of one minute 32697 seconds He did 1:31310 in the cooler evening conditions with Raikkonen fourth after an engine change Champions Mercedes had been more focused on longer runs with heavier fuel loads in the searing afternoon heat with Bottas only 14th They speeded up in the evening and did more laps than anyone “It’s definitely tougher than before driving in the heat with these new cars But I’m used to being in a Finnish sauna so it’s no problem” commented Bottas The ‘T-wing’ fixed on the engine cover of the Finn’s car broke free during the second session and was collected by Verstappen’s Red Bull damaging the car’s floor “It did about 50000 pounds ($62650) of damage so I think they should be banned on grounds of safety and cost” said Red Bull principal Christian Horner Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda spent much of the opening session chatting to the sport’s former commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone who was appearing at a race for the first time since he was shuffled aside by chairman Chase Carey and Formula One’s new owners Liberty Media Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was third and eighth fastest German driver Pascal Wehrlein who missed the first two races with a back injury returned with Sauber and was 18th and 19th in the two sessions McLaren’s Belgian rookie Stoffel Vandoorne who scored a point in Bahrain last year as a stand-in had a troubled day and stopped on track with engine problems 21 minutes from the end of the first session For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNyon: New UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin wants to protect Europe’s national leagues from the threat of breakaway competitions File image of Aleksander Ceferin AFP Ceferin was elected last month amid talk of a future closed-shop Super League and breakaway cross-border divisions as some clubs seem ready to chase bigger commercial deals by move beyond the bounds of national leagues "I am against killing national leagues That is out of the question" Ceferin told The Associated Press ahead of Friday’s annual meeting of the group of European leagues The former Slovenia soccer federation leader said he is open to innovation — such as creating regional leagues — but within limits and inside UEFA’s control "There are some new ideas and not necessarily bad but UEFA should be involved in that" Ceferin said in his first major interview at UEFA headquarters on Thursday "It should not hurt national leagues because without national leagues I think football is dead" Radical change looked possible this year as UEFA was without a president during talks on Champions League entries and distributing billion-dollar annual prize money for the three seasons from 2018 Some wealthy and influential clubs exploited FIFA’s ban of Ceferin’s predecessor Michel Platini by framing the negotiations around threats to break away or force UEFA to lock a cartel of storied clubs into Europe’s top competition without the need to qualify via domestic competitions Ceferin took office three weeks after UEFA sealed a compromise deal that favored the big-four countries: Spain Germany England and Italy It left mid-ranked clubs doubting where they fitted in the Champions League’s future as broadcasters demanded more high-profile match-ups Moving quickly to build relations with European Club Association leaders Ceferin believes the Super League threat is over for now "It would create a war" he said "We are on the same side with the big clubs They don’t want to do it without UEFA Clubs also know they would have problems if they would break away If it would be easy they would be already gone" The latest trend is exploring regional leagues where neighboring countries each provide some teams The North Atlantic and Balkans are options creating more compelling and higher-standard competition than the individual national leagues Ceferin said cross-border leagues could supplement national leagues not replace them "As an additional competition it’s a good idea It should be played for those who don’t qualify for the Europa League and Champions League maybe from the New Year on" he said "We can’t kill the national leagues If you take for example two clubs out of the Slovenian League (into a Balkan league) then the Slovenian league is over" Elected in a landslide with a mandate to help the smaller UEFA member federations Ceferin also wants to defend tradition "People like revolutions they like to speak about big changes but you should be clever" the criminal lawyer said "You should take into consideration everything and national leagues are too important" By: IANS | Chennai | Published: August 7 2015 2:13 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged movie stars youths and others to use handloom products to give a much needed boost to the sector Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged movie stars youths and others to use handloom products to give a much needed boost to the sector “If movie actors decide to use only handloom and handicraft products in one out of their five movies then those movies will automatically attract good viewership” Modi said Modi said film industry plays a major part in popularising fashion He was here to launch the National Handloom Day and the India Handloom brand for better market positioning of Indian handloom products Speaking at the Madras University Centenary Auditorium Modi said youths of today make purchases online and added that handloom products should also be made available online He said handloom products were to be branded because Indian handloom products lack global branding He said the sale of khadi products had gone up by 60 percent after his October 2 appeal to people to use at least one khadi product to brighten the lives of the producers A similar call should be given for handloom products Modi said handloom could be used for curtains clothes bedsheets doormat and more The prime minister said handlooms form 15 percent of the total textile market and if this was increased to 20 percent the turnover of the sector would increase by 33 percent Starting this year the National Handloom Day would be celebrated on August 7 every year It was on this day in 1905 that the boycott of British products began during India’s freedom struggle The National Handloom Day is observed to generate awareness about the importance of handloom industry which is part of India’s rich heritage and culture Over 43 lakh people are engaged in handloom weaving and allied activities in India The industry is a source of livelihood to large sections of rural population particularly women and BPL families in addition to being a part of the country’s rich cultural heritage and traditions Earlier in the day Modi who arrived in a special aircraft from New Delhi was received by Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and her cabinet colleagues at the airport Modi went to the Madras University Centenary Auditorium For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 14 2016 11:34 am Related News For John Abraham Akshay Kumar is his “guruji” “My guruji who has stood by me always… Love you Akshay Kumar” John posted on Twitter with a collage of images with the “Khiladi” star My guru ji who has stood by me always … Love you @akshaykumar! pictwittercom/IMKYmdeNkj — John Abraham (@TheJohnAbraham) March 13 2016 In response to John’s tweet Akshay said: “John Abraham love you too brother” @TheJohnAbraham love you too brother — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) March 13 2016 John is busy promoting “Rocky Handsome” in which he has attempted some high-octane action sequences For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Updated: December 28 2015 3:44 pm Tirumala Kishore says if it wasn’t for the co-operation of nature ‘Nenu Sailaja’ could not have been completed on time Top News Director Tirumala Kishore says if it wasn’t for the co-operation of nature when it was needed the most work on his forthcoming Telugu romantic-drama “Nenu Sailaja” could not have been completed on time “When we were about to start the Vishakhapatnam schedule it was pouring so heavily that we had lost hope of shooting there However on the day of the start of the schedule it miraculously stopped raining and we managed to shoot” Kishore told IANS The film which stars Ram Pothineni and Keerthy Suresh in the lead will release in theatres on Friday (January 1) “It started raining again a day after we finished our schedule Of all the forces that helped us in the making of this film I need to thank nature the most Something very similar happened when we were shooting in Araku valley too” he said Kishore says “Nenu Sailaja” is not a cinematic love story “It’s devoid of the usual stalking episode we’ve seen in several Telugu films When the film starts the lead pair is already in love and the audience travel with them on a journey” he explained Both Ram and Keerthy have equal weightage in the film and the director said it is that reason why the movie was rechristened from “Harikatha” to “Nenu Sailaja” “Ram plays Hari and our earlier title meant this is Hari’s story However we felt since the lead actors have equal importance in the story we changed it to ‘Nenu Sailaja’ which means ‘Sailaja and I’ And this was more apt” he said Talking about his lead actors Kishore said: “Both of them were extremely good A day before we started shooting Ram told me that he will come as a clean slate and I have to take care of everything He put all his faith in me and when we saw the first copy of the film he was thrilled “Keerthy on the other hand is a natural The story required someone who looks simple and didn’t have to be glamorous So instead of bringing somebody from north we chose to work with her” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | London | Updated: June 8 2017 8:43 am With Upul Tharanga suspended and Chamara Kapugedera injured Angelo Mathews who missed the first match due to a calf injury perhaps has no choice but to take the field against India on Thursday Reuters Related News “I always asked him that Even a couple days ago I was asking him: ‘Can you come and play for us you know in this game’ He’s been in absolute form” Angelo Mathews had just been asked whether he had asked Kumar Sangakkara to reconsider his retirement and return to his team’s rescue It was a tongue-in-cheek query And you would assume so was Mathews’ response But perhaps there was some truth in it He couldn’t be blamed for it anyway It was the eve of Sri Lanka’s second match at the Champions Trophy against India And Mathews & Co had just concluded a lengthy practice session at The Oval Sangakkara’s home-ground this English summer An English summer during which he has turned scoring centuries into a pastime having notched up five already — four on the trot And can Sri Lanka do with Sangakkara walking out for them on Thursday If Pakistan India’s first opponents were a team of relative unknowns the Lankans are a team not so much in transformation as they are in strife Their batting was out-of-depth against South Africa and they also lost their stand-in captain and most-seasoned batsman Upul Tharanga due to an atrocious over-rate — Lasith Malinga at one point taking seven minutes to finish an over Then on Wednesday morning Chamara Kapugedera the second senior-most batsman in the side injured his knee and was ruled out Kapugedera who has made nearly as many comebacks as the number of years he’s been around for good measure managed all of 0 runs against the Proteas And perhaps the only reason Mathews who missed the opening game with a calf injury is playing is because he has no other choice So to say that the Sri Lankans start Thursday’s match as outright underdogs would be an understatement For up against them will be an Indian team that seems to have all bases covered and some more Greenish tinge There was a greenish tinge to the pitch at the Oval In years gone by it would have sent panic signals through the Indian dressing-room But it was the opposition that seemed to be shuddering this time around with a number of Lankans making the jittery visit to the centre of the Oval to get a feel of what awaits them in a day’s time India will most probably stick to their four-prong pace attack once again leaving R Ashwin on the bench and for good reason The Indians by the way didn’t bother much about venturing towards the pitch They walked straight to the practice wickets on the right corner of the Tenison Terrace stand and got on with their business It was also around the time the organisers were testing the sound systems around the Oval And the one song that they kept playing on loop from the time Virat Kohli & Co came for practice and left was Queen’s “Don’t Stop me Now” And a more apt song they couldn’t have picked considering the late Freddie Mercury’s lyrics —”Don’t stop me now I’m having such a good time I’m having a ball don’t stop me now”—resonated perfectly with the mood in the Indian camp And they don’t seem in any mood to stop having a ball anytime soon If anything they would be crooning those lines to England’s fickle weather Gods who ensured that their practice at least went off without any interruptions and in fact under a bright sun Thursday’s also Election Day in England And all the talk around the Tube and in the pubs in London has been focused on the battle between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn with graffiti and posters all calling for a Tory victory So it’s unlikely that the India-Sri Lanka match will attract too many neutrals at the ground But the feeling won’t be neutral for Mathews and his young team They will still walk into an Indian cauldron some 11000 in the stands and 11 very confident and cerebral men The Sri Lankan captain sounded very aware of the challenge ahead too He admitted that after years of having played against Indian teams whose batting line-ups put pressure on the opposition his team will now have to cope with a “fantastic” bowling attack too He did try to play down the impact of the partisan welcome his team will get at the Oval saying that there weren’t as many Indians in London as some other parts of the country (Which of course isn’t true as more than half a million British Indians call London home) In years gone by Sri Lankan teams somehow always came to the party in an ICC event regardless of their form outside of the event But it seems a tall order now considering their poor performance earlier this week and the severe lack of resources that they will go beyond the league stages this time around And Mathews couldn’t help but reiterate in the end how tempted he is to get Sangakkara back on board and who can blame him For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSouthport: World No 1Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy will play together in the first two rounds of the British Open at Royal Birkdale it was announced on Monday Johnson and McIlroy will play together with former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel of South Africa in a group that will start their opening round at 2:48pm on Thursday World No 1 Dustin Johnson and World No 4 Rory McIlroy paired together Getty Images The trio will then tee off at 9:47am on Friday on the links in the town of Southport just north of Liverpool on the north-west coast of England McIlroy won the Open not far from Birkdale at Hoylake in 2014 but comes into this year’s championship in poor form having missed the cut at both the Irish Open and the Scottish Open in the last two weeks The World No 4 also missed the cut at the US Open as did Johnson who has not played since then World No 2 Hideki Matsuyama of Japan is in a group with US Open champion Brooks Koepka and Southport native Tommy Fleetwood ranked 14th in the world and one of the form players on the tour at the moment They will go out at 10:09am for Thursday’s first round World No 3 Jordan Spieth of the United States and last year’s Open champion Henrik Stenson of Sweden will play together alongside Kim Si-Woo of South Korea in the first two rounds teeing off at 9:47am on Thursday Another group sure to attract the galleries will be the trio of Masters champion Sergio Garcia World No 6 Jason Day of Australia and 2015 Open champion Zach Johnson Mark O’Meara who won The Open at Birkdale in 1998 and is now 60 will have the honour of starting off the tournament when he tees off at 6:35 am on Thursday The British Open will be broadcast live in India by DSPORT at 200 pm He said once the team finishes its survey, (Also read:?
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