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Today I find Raheen helpless and there are many such Muslims in the country who find themselves helpless and for whom we have to fight for We should make Raheen a Rajya Sabha MP and make her the voice of weak and helpless people" Ghosi said in a letter to the SP chief Mohammed Farooq "Party has nothing to do with thishis personal statementhas been removed from post" party memberRajesh Dikshit told ANI State party president Abu Asim Azmi also distanced himself from the matter saying that an explanation will be sought from Ghosi on the content of his letter "He (Ghosi) has not consulted the party before making irresponsible comments He has written the letter in his personal capacity He will be asked to explain his stand following which necessary action will be taken against him" Azmi told PTI Congress said the decision to hang Memon was taken by the Supreme Court and thus should not be politicised "This is their internal matter But it seems more like their tacit agenda to communalise the issue The decision to hang Memon was taken by the Supreme Court and thus the matter should not be politicised now" Congress spokesperson Sachin Sawant said BJP leader Madhav Bhandari said Ghosi’s comments prove that SP is only interested in playing vote-bank politics and that the party should come out and clear its stand on the issue "Every person has the right to suggest something to his party But every leader needs to show some constraint while making suggestions SP has to clear its stand and if he is acting against party line then party should take some serious action This is sheer exploitation of votebank politics" he said With inputs from PTI Written by SHASHWAT MOHANTY | Mumbai | Published: June 4 2017 2:51 am Top News In the bustling suburbs of Mumbai addresses run into four to five lines But ask for Mannat and you will be dropped outside a tall gate at Bandra Bandstand behind which superstar Shah Rukh Khan lives with his family At any given time at least a dozen tourists hover around the gigantic gate hoping to catch a glimpse of the Bollywood bigwig or his family members Apart from being home to one of India’s top movie stars Mannat is also a popular spot for tourists and Mumbaikars alike “Every trip to Bandra definitely includes a visit to Mannat” said Pankhuri Shukla a resident of Powai “It has become a habit” she said Khan’s plush six-storey mansion is situated right across Bandra Bandstand For Sanjay Singh and his family who are in the city on a vacation Mannat was a “can’t-miss spot” “Mannat was right up there with CST and Chowpatty” said Singh who is from Delhi “Shah Rukh Khan is such a huge celebrity but seeing his home makes him appear a little more human” There is a BEST bus stop right in front of the gate of one of most famous addresses in Mumbai Named Bandra Bandstand it is commonly referred to as Mannat a landmark in the area by the seaside “Hardly anyone refers to it as Bandstand” said Kishanchand Shinde a conductor on bus number 211 which is the only bus that has a halt at the stop With such fanfare one might expect the security at Mannat to be harrowed by eager visitors and fans However fans have generally been courteous according to the guard at the gate “Some of them just enquire if he’s (Shah Rukh Khan) at home But otherwise they don’t disturb us” he said “I make about four to five trips to Mannat daily” said Mukesh Yadav an auto-rickshaw driver The crowd doubles during the weekend according to Yadav After the holy month of Ramzaan comes to an end Khan is expected to come to a meshed gallery in his bungalow and wave out to his fans “During Eid and on his birthday we raise the fair to Rs 60 per seat” said Yadav who otherwise charges Rs 20 per person for a ride in his three-wheeler In spite of knowing that Khan is busy shooting fans throng in front of the gate “The name of the building reflects the mannat in our hearts – to see him even if he is entering or leaving home” said Vishnu Venugopalan who was visiting from Pune For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 10 2015 12:00 am Related News For a while now the spectre of a “postantibiotic world” has seemed ominous and imminent to those at the frontline of medical care Nothing would cheer them more therefore than the discovery of “teixobactin” by scientists in America this week In the last 30-odd years the bugs have had the edge in the battle between life-threatening bacteria and medicine No new antibiotic was discovered in these three decades But the indiscriminate use of existing drugs has led to widespread resistance in many bacteria The bugs have turned into superbugs while the bug-slayers’ arsenal has been steadily depleted That holds true of all countries but especially India where the treatment of tuberculosis has reached crisis levels Anitbiotics are chemical substances extracted from bacteria They are useful to us because they can eliminate other bacteria Most of them are to be found in the commonest of substances: soil But only 1 per cent of those can be extracted and make the journey from topsoil to lab and the chemist’s shelves Teixobactin holds out hope for a couple of reasons: because it launches a multi-cell attack on bacteria it might be some time before resistance develops Second the team at the Northeastern University in Boston has found a method to grow antibiotics in their natural environment They buried a chip each of its hundred chambers infiltrated by bacteria in their backyard A profusion of microrganisms was born and the chemicals they produce tested for antibiotic properties A layer of fungi growing on a petridish of bacteria had led Alexander Fleming to the discovery of penicillin in 1928 Even in his Nobel speech he had warned against resistance That danger persists with the potential of setting medical science back by decades when a cut on a finger could be a mortal injury Teixobactin or not that’s a public health apocalypse that needs to be fought back For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 20 2010 1:41 pm Related News Country singer Taylor Swift’s lucky guitar which is up for grabs on the Internethas sparked a bidding war The 20-year-old singer had put it up for auction and in just six daysbids for the instrument embellished with Swift’s lucky number 13 – have reached USD 8000Contactmusic reported The person who gets the highest bid will be sold the guitar on 26 February All proceeds from the online auction will benefit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in NashvilleTennessee For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Newport (rhode Island) | Published: July 23 2017 2:20 pm Kim Clijsters won four Grand Slam singles titles and 31 overall (Source: Reuters) Top News Looking around the International Tennis Hall of Fame Andy Roddick thought about all the things he is not Not as good as the historic greats especially Americans who preceded him into the Newport shrine like John McEnroe Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi Not as good as the modern Big Four Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray who stood in the way of him winning more than one Grand Slam “I’m not the best of all time I’m not going to win Wimbledon I’m not the best of my generation I’m not the most well-behaved I’m not the most polished” Roddick said in a speech Saturday that was sometimes funny and sometimes poignant “I’m also never going to take this honor for granted” he said “I may not be a lot of things but from this day forward I’m never going to be anything less than a Hall of Famer” Known for his powerful serve and his often biting wit Roddick was inducted into the Hall along with Belgian star Kim Clijsters six-time Paralympic medalist Monique Kalkman-van den Bosch and journalist and historian Steve Flink Tennis instructor and innovator Vic Braden who died in 2014 was inducted posthumously Clijsters won four Grand Slam singles titles and 31 overall including the 2009 US Open as an unranked wild-card entry after coming out of retirement following the birth of her daughter “Sorry guys but it’s different” said Hall of Famer Chris Evert who presented Flink for induction Evert said she developed a friendship with Flink over his career which started when he was a researcher for Hall of Fame tennis writer Bud Collins He went on to write books and magazine articles and provide tennis commentary on TV and radio Evert spoke in awe about Flink’s recall for long-ago matches and how he would interrupt her at press conferences when she got details about her own record wrong “Steve Flink is being inducted today for a lifetime of making tennis the center of his world” she said Kalkman-van den Bosch discussed fighting cancer at the age of 14 and fearing that she would never play tennis again Her friends pushed her around on a court in her wheelchair so she could she feel like she was still involved with the sport “I’m so fortunate to have tennis in my life” she said “It’s been magic for me” Roddick thanked his several coaches and his father and his wife Brooklyn Decker who sat in the stands near fellow model Chrissy Teigen and her husband singer John Legend He also congratulated his fellow inductees joining those who praised Clijsters as a person “I have a simple way of putting it” he said “If you have a problem with Kim Clijsters I blame you” Roddick also spoke of sneaking into the players’ lounge at the US Open when he was 8 years old and playing video games with Sampras too scared to speak Eleven years later they were on the same Davis Cup team And he said he doesn’t play “the `what-if’ game” and wonder what he might have done if he hadn’t overlapped with the Big Four “It (stunk) being in your vacuum at times I still consider myself lucky” said Roddick who lost to Federer in a Grand Slam final four separate times “I got to guard (Michael) Jordan I went the distance with (Muhammad) Ali I pitched to Babe Ruth I feel like I know what it must have been like to watch Picasso I saw it all “I won a couple times not a lot but a couple” he said “The big four guys really (angered me) most of the time when I played them But I’m absolutely proud to have my life and career associated with such quality individuals” And he said at the pre-ceremony news conference that when he woke up that morning the first text he saw was from Federer “He makes it extremely hard not to like him as a person” Roddick said The inductees took a tour of the museum on Friday where they got to see their mementos alongside those of some of their heroes Roddick took special pleasure in seeing the racket Arthur Ashe used when winning Wimbledon in 1975 or the one Rod Laver used at Forest Hills “It’s almost like your childhood flashes through your head” Clijsters said “It’s very humbling I’m just trying to take it all in” Wearing a white button-down shirt embroidered with trucks that his 22-month-old son Hank picked out Roddick noted that as an inductee he now gets to vote on future candidates And he joked that he would take advantage of his new power to pay Federer back for all of the defeats “I might vote against him” he said with a smile For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Updated: July 11 2015 12:39 am The state’s view of India forms the basis of Pakistani textbook nationalism Related News Pakistan’s ex-ISI boss General Hamid Gul said last month that he didn’t believe Osama bin Laden was killed by the US because he was already dead from poor health He said he knew 9/11 never happened the way it was claimed and that the “Jews had done it” Why did he say this Because it resonated with two deeply embedded narratives in Pakistan VIDEO LOADING…(APP users click here to see video) There are actually three narratives haunting Pakistan The first is driven by the West and looks at Pakistan as the centre of international terrorism ground zero for al-Qaeda whose leader the US killed in Abbottabad in 2011 Pakistan was offended by the US commando action and punished a doctor who had helped locate Osama Here we are in a grey area of conflict — Pakistan seems to defend the killers of scores of its military personnel Share This Article Related Article The second narrative is the “pan-Muslim” narrative which quarrels with the definition of terrorism — because of Palestine and Kashmir — and justifies it as a “war of liberation” Gul articulated the central tropes of this narrative The third narrative is the state’s view of India which forms the basis of Pakistani textbook nationalism It perks up every time Indian politicians make threatening statements about Pakistan The glue of nationalism thus formed is supposed to hold Pakistan together But anyone abstaining from India-centrism runs the risk of being ostracised including prime ministers who try to normalise relations with India through the clever indirection of free trade This narrative is unbending and not subject to change The external narrative coming from the West is rational and research-based and therefore highly persuasive While outside Pakistan it is accepted as fact it is effectively blocked by the other two narratives in the country This results in the practice of isolationism in the face of anti-Pakistan postures in the neighbourhood and the world Internal intellectual conflict also results when the external narrative accessible on the internet polarises opinion between those who can read English and those who read only the idiom of nationalism Urdu Pakistan’s “ungoverned spaces” have grown like a spreading stain in the countryside and the mountains Security of private property which caused the birth of the state in antiquity is fading in Karachi The two internal narratives were strong enough to defend this status quo but Pakistan’s new army chief General Raheel Sharif decided in 2014 to change strategic tack on the country’s “ungoverned spaces” The persuasion came from China which was able to convince the new military leadership to pay heed to the creeping demise of the Pakistani state because of the terror perpetrated by Pakistan’s “non-state actors” and their international cohorts China also persuaded Afghanistan whose revisionist mistrust of Pakistan is matched only by Pakistan’s revisionist hatred of India to undertake conversations of mutual understanding on terrorism Afghan President Ashraf Ghani after responding positively to Pakistan’s new diplomacy has been pushed back by the Afghan Taliban which the Afghans suspect is being operated from Pakistan Ghani seems to have given up saying Pakistan has imposed an “undeclared” war on Afghanistan Suicide-bombers spearheading this new Taliban aggression are seen as coming from Pakistan primed with funding from the Gulf Arabs Kabul insists and Islamabad denies that orders for attacks in Kabul go out from the “Quetta shura” Taliban leader Mullah Omar is somewhere in Pakistan if not in Quetta; no one can tell for sure Reports from the external narrative established long ago that Pakistan could not dictate to the Taliban leadership it was sheltering No one loves Pakistan in Afghanistan especially now that a decade of freedom under US occupation is threatened with a reversal to savagery No one loves Pakistan in Iran — witness the frequent cross-border shelling — because of the routine Shia massacres in Quetta Pakistan is fighting the Shia-hating Taliban but is yet to tackle the Taliban’s Punjabi allies that keep on killing Needless to say no one loves Pakistan in India Raheel Sharif’s army is backed fully by PM Nawaz Sharif’s government as it takes on the Taliban in the “ungoverned spaces” in the mountains and in the “partially ungoverned” cities of Karachi and Quetta to say nothing of Balochistan Doing this they are partly siding with the diagnostic external narrative and challenging the pan-Muslim narrative But the nationalist narrative persists It sees terrorism as a weapon of India a misdiagnosis that will harm Pakistan in the long run Of the ruling duo the Sharif government is less willing to embrace this narrative and hence more likely to risk its popularity as an elected entity The strategic departure of the two Sharifs has encouraged many Pakistani observers to think that Pakistan may finally say goodbye to its past frame of mind But if it is reversed Pakistan will have closed the last door on its recovery from decades of erosion of state sovereignty in the name of jihad and revisionism The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsbut I took about a month to muster enough courage to pick up the dogs, The need for drastic measures best explains the decision by the BJP to overlook old warhorses and elevate the young and controversial Varun Gandhi as national general secretary. On Friday, A part of the ? and as? such as a waiter or sales assistant in a shop, The police said that while clicking selfies, and Max Kruse has scored five goals and set up four more in his last six games.

For all the latest Delhi News,” she wrote. It had three minor reasons for dissenting: greater representation of panchayats and special consideration to Union territories with a population of less than two million; and inclusion of tobacco, 2016 1:24 am Beating odds, “She is Wonder Woman.’’ said Aditya Balani, Asked about the team’s mindset after suffering its first ever Test defeat against Bangladesh before crossing over into the country, “It was a tough experience losing 10 wickets in that one session in Dhaka and actually confidence is tricky one to know because we have not had warm-up games here. As a matter of fact, So many cricketers who have made debut for us this year haven’t played at Chepauk.

Written by RITU SHARMA | Rajkot | Updated: February 15 Manthan’s mother.