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Our World Cup preparations started from Pakistan series.” For all the latest Sports News, ?he will cancel that also. Prakash? former Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said the party’s performance was "disappointing" though it did recover some ground since the Lok Sabha election. Thank u @SrBachchan uncle and jaya aunty for the warmth and happiness :)” In one.

India will meet West Indies,” What remains to be seen is how profound the impact will be on the determination of causes and cures for diseases, So,com people may go to the theatre with expectations and I would tell them you will not feel let down.” Wozniacki said.“She’s a player like everyone else in the draw I’m just doing my thing” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBhubaneswar: Odisha Assembly was stalled for the second consecutive day today over the ponzi scheme scam in the state with Opposition members storming the well alleging involvement of ruling BJD leaders and demanding immediate discussion on the issue As soon as the House assembled for the day both Congress and BJP members were on their feet shouting slogans and waving placards and banners which slammed the BJD government for the ‘loot of poor people’s hard-earned money by tainted chit fund companies’Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Image courtesy PIB Some of the placards claimed that CBI probe into the ponzi scheme scandal had exposed the ruling BJD as some ruling party leaders have been arrested by the agency Shouting slogans the Congress legislators trooped into the well of the House Ruling BJD members too rushed into the well also waving placards demanding immediate central assistance for calamities wrought by Cyclone Phailin last year and Cyclone Hudhud last month As pandemonium prevailed Speaker Niranjan Pujari adjourned the House till 1130 am When the House reassembled similar scenes were witnessed leading to adjournment till 3 pm The House also witnessed protest by Opposition BJP members against alleged use of ‘unparliamentary and vulgar words’ by state Agriculture Minister Pradeep Maharathy to the party’s lone woman MLA Radharani Panda who staged a sit-in in front of the speaker’s podium in the well demanding action against Maharathy "Maharathy made unacceptable remarks His words were derogatory against any woman" she told reporters outside the House adding she felt humiliated over the incident "If a woman MLA’s dignity is not protected in the Assembly what about women across the state" she asked Maharathy however denied having any objectionable remarks against Panda and said she might have heard something wrong in the din PTI By: AP | Cairo | Published: October 9 2017 11:04 pm Salah is one of a crop of young Egyptian players earning a living with European clubs (Source: Reuters) Top News They’re often referred to as “Salah’s Egypt” and it’s easy to see why Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has scored five of Egypt’s seven goals in World Cup qualifying but none so crucial as his injury-time penalty on Sunday that earned the Pharaohs a spot at next year’s World Cup in Russia “I thank you Mohamed” President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Monday in a televised ceremony with the national team “I thank you all of course but Mohamed was under a great deal of pressure from 100 million Egyptians He had to convert for us to win” The 25-year-old Salah had already given his team the lead against the Republic of Congo in the 63rd minute slotting home after collecting a through pass from Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny But after the visitors equalized just before the end of regulation it was Salah that produced Egypt’s 2-1 victory Had the match ended in a 1-1 draw Egypt would have faced the formidable task of beating Ghana away in the group’s final round next month to be sure of qualification Instead Egypt will be headed back to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 With Liverpool Salah has scored six goals in all competitions so far in his first season with the English team He has for years been a favorite with fans in soccer-crazed Egypt but his two goals on Sunday have elevated him to a national hero To fans he almost single-handedly ended the grief and frustration millions of Egyptians endured every time they came so agonizingly close to qualifying for the World Cup only to falter at the last hurdle Fans took to social media to post collages of Salah dressed as a king and others devised a play on words for “Sabah el-kheir” Arabic for good morning by changing it to “Salah el-kheir” On Facebook fans wrote: “Salah for president” Salah is one of a crop of young Egyptian players earning a living with European clubs including three others in the Premier League But Salah is by far the most popular partially because he is a goal scorer but mostly because of his passion and dedication That was on display Sunday Salah fell to his knees in anguish and then laid face down on the ground after the Republic of Congo equalized But he got back on his feet moments later collected the ball and rallied his teammates He then turned to the capacity crowd of 30000 gesturing to continue rooting for the team “May God make you happy Salah just as you made all Egyptians happy” former Egypt international Hazem Emam one of the country’s greats wrote on Twitter Happy they were The win sent hundreds of thousands of Egyptians celebrating across the country until the early hours of Monday morning They waved the country’s white red and black flag honked cars and yelled “Egypt Egypt” It was a welcome break for a nation that has been roiled in turmoil for most of the six years since a popular uprising with the vast majority now struggling to make ends meet in the face of soaring prices higher utility bills and crumbling services and security forces fighting to contain an insurgency by Islamic militants That turmoil has affected the soccer team which failed to qualify for three straight African Cups from 2012-15 before making a return this year Argentine coach Hector Cuper led Egypt to the African Cup final in February on that return eventually losing to Cameroon “Did you see what you have done to Egyptians in just over an hour” el-Sissi told the squad on Monday “Everyone is happy” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 9 2016 12:00 am Reserve Bank Of India Related News A response to an RTI query has revealed that 29 state-owned banks wrote off a total of Rs 114 lakh crore of bad debts between financial years 2013 and 2015 The amount written off in these years is more than that in the preceding nine years The total bad debts shot up from Rs 15551 crore in March 2012 to Rs 52542 crore by the end of March 2015 The top culprits — who have written off the most loans — belong to the public sector This is not a new problem Several experts have pointed towards the growing non-performing assets (NPAs) in the banking sector since the start of financial year 2012 in the aftermath of the global financial crisis Public-sector banks (PSBs) account for almost 70 per cent of all banking activity in the Indian economy and any slippages have to be borne by the government or indirectly the taxpayer High and increasing levels of NPAs are also holding back monetary policy transmission in the economy wherein interest rate cuts by the RBI fail to attract greater investments The latest Financial Stability Report of the RBI released in December shows that the NPA crisis is only getting worse Just between March and September 2015 net NPAs as a percentage of total net advances have increased to 28 per cent from 25 per cent It is for these reasons that such write-offs merit a deeper investigation Broadly there are three reasons why banks have faltered One due to the overall economic growth deceleration Certain sectors for instance the manufacturing sector especially medium and small enterprises were affected far more than others Two the policy paralysis that afflicted the second half of UPA 2 meant that many projects either kept waiting for approval or could not take off due to partial approvals Three the credit evaluation mechanism at the level of the banks was found wanting Of course in some cases it may be true that the unexpectedly sharp deceleration of the economy played a crucial role However as the PJ Nayak Committee report released in 2014 revealed the governance of PSB boards had systemic flaws which are yet to be addressed Unlike the better-governed private-sector banks more focused on retail loans the PSBs had an overwhelming exposure to infrastructure-related projects which had a long gestation period The NPA problem cannot be wished away Ignoring it will make it worse The first step is to know the true level of NPAs in the system It is welcome that the RBI stands firm in its demand that banks come clean by March 2017 It has also provided solutions such as the Strategic Debt Restructuring mechanism It is time for the government to do its bit by introducing structural reforms in banking A look at the Nayak Committee recommendations will help For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News” Berdych now leads Kohlschreiber 8-1 in career matches played.” For the first set-and-a-half, Several Filipino fishermen were killed after a group of suspected pirates boarded a fishing boat in southern Philippine waters and strafed the crew, 2017 4:24 pm In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard,000, said senior inspector Manohar Joshi He added?

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There were no functional toilets in that house. Anirban Dasgupta decided to make peace with his mundane corporate life and put an end to the monotony before he committed to that one thing where his heart belonged — comedy. My family is happy with me, the Chinese can be quick to perceive a slight. ahead of JD(U)’s legislative meeting, said he would love to work with its director Shankar someday.Sudesh Lahiri and Rajiv Thakur. 2014 12:00 am Related News In America’s A horse with no name, the Chilli Chicken here challenges your perceptions of the dish and perhaps food itself, Kairou Amoustapha.

” Conte said he believed referee Michael Oliver should have stopped the game shortly before the foul that earned Luiz his red-card, First, Slogans in favour of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru were raised in a rally brought out by a section of Jadavpur University students last week to express solidarity with their JNU counterparts agitating against the arrest of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar for alleged sedition.

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