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“My mother-in-law.” said Mahal. a system that has brought success to the north-London club this season. To come and watch a 14-time Grand Slam champion is unbelievable. Your most memorable date. considered a party bastion before Congress won from here in a by-poll in 2014. WATCH |? “I’ve mentioned previously that I believe our players can really benefit from more dedicated skill-based training, which means more regular support from technical experts to help work on specific areas of performance This will see various coaches and experts in their field working with the team as and when it is needed” The team recently announced that former spin great Shane Warne will work with Australia’s slow bowlers ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh in March “These changes to how we support our players means it is no longer necessary to have a full-time assistant coach travelling with the team” Lehmann added “Steve has made an outstanding contribution to Australian cricket over a long period of time and played an important role with the national team since 2011 We’d like to thank him for his hard work and commitment over the years and wish him well in his future endeavours” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi has approved fresh appointments in the jumbo Pradesh Congress Committee in poll-bound Punjab with the addition of three new general secretaries Congress leader and former mayor of Chandigarh Ravinder Pal Singh Pali besides Sukhwinder Singh Saini and Rajanbir Singh have been appointed as new general secretaries in the PPCC headed by Amarinder Singh Congress president Sonia Gandhi PTI "Congress President Sonia Gandhi has approved some names to be included in the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee one DCC chief and an office-bearer of the Minorities department" AICC general secretary Janaradan Dwivedi said Vinay Kumar Tinku has been made president of the Ropar District Congress Committee while Mohammed Kaleem Azad has been appointed vice chairman of the Minorities department of Congress in the state Besides Joginder Singh Maini has been appointed a new member of the Executive Committee of PPCC and Manmohan Kaushal and Jasmeet Singh (Raja) have been appointed as new members of the PCC Congress has approved a jumbosized PPCC some time ago in a please-all exercise Congress is seeking to wrest control of the state from the BJP -BJP combine after a gap of 10 years with AAP giving it a good fight Published: April 1 2014 1:36 am You would need to start with germ theory —the notion that contagious diseases are not caused by whimsical gods but by invisibly small organisms invading your body Archive Top News BY:Lewis Dartnell A scientific approach to prepare for a catastrophic collapse of civilisation I’m an astrobiologist — I study the essential building blocks of life on this planet and others But I don’t know how to fix a dripping tap or what to do when the washing machine goes on the blink I don’t know how to bake bread let alone grow wheat My father-in-law used to joke that I had three degrees but didn’t know anything about anything whereas he graduated summa cum laude from the University of Life It’s not just me Over the past generation or two we’ve gone from being producers and tinkerers to consumers What would we do if in some science-fiction scenario a global catastrophe collapsed civilisation and we were members of a small society of survivors What key principles of science and technology would be necessary to rebuild our world from scratch You would need to start with germ theory — the notion that contagious diseases are not caused by whimsical gods but by invisibly small organisms invading your body Drinking water can be disinfected with diluted household bleach or even swimming pool chlorine Soap for washing hands can be made from any animal fat or plant oil stirred with lye which is soda from the ashes of burned seaweed combined with quicklime from roasted chalk or limestone When settling down ensure that your excrement isn’t allowed to contaminate your water source — this may sound obvious but wasn’t understood even as late as the mid-19th century In the longer term you’ll need to remaster the principles of agriculture and the ability to stockpile a food reserve and support dense cities away from the fields Then there are the many materials society requires: How do you transform base substances like clay and iron into brick or concrete or steel and then shape that material into a useful tool To learn a small piece of this I spent a day in a traditional 18th-century iron forge learning the essentials of the craft of the blacksmith Of course it needn’t take a catastrophic collapse of civilisation to make you appreciate the importance of understanding the basics of how devices around you work Localised disasters can disrupt normal services making a reasonable reserve of clean water canned food and backup technologies like kerosene lamps a prudent precaution Thought experiments like these can help us to explore how our modern world actually came to be and to appreciate all that we take for granted Dartnell an astrobiology research fellow at the University of Leicester is author of the forthcoming book ‘The Knowledge: How to Rebuild Our World From Scratch’ The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rishabh Bhandari | Published: June 27 2016 12:02 am The decision shall impact not just the British electorate but also the wider European project Top News Britons have voted and a hugely polarising campaign has resulted in a landmark vote to leave the EU and the resignation of the British prime minister Even as the implications of the result are being digested there is little doubt that it marks a seminal moment in the nation’s trajectory The decision shall impact not just the British electorate but also the wider European project Britain’s demand for a referendum and its negotiation with Europe had focused on concerns over economic governance competitiveness the erosion of sovereignty and migration Prime Minister David Cameron had urged the electorate to vote “remain” but fellow Tory Boris Johnson exhorted the electorate to vote “leave” The internecine turbulence in the Tories on the subject turned out to be emblematic of the broader conundrum facing voters It was said to be too close to call and the outcome justified that caution A night of high drama which began marginally in favour of the “remain” camp ended with a narrow but decisive victory for the “leavers” The margin of victory has revealed a nation sharply divided across the socio-economic spectrum The leave campaign had positioned the debate as one about “taking back control” Their narrative was framed as one about reinvigorating Britain’s destiny as a sovereign power capable of determining its own choices It is a worldview that prefers to see Brexit as an opportunity to break free from the shackles of a centralising and bureaucratic EU Some of the more erudite leavers articulated a vision of Britain competent enough to strike its own trade deals with emerging economies and controlling its immigration agenda to pick highly-skilled immigrants over low-skilled ones On the other hand the remain campaign had been at pains to point out the possibility of economic self-harm due to Brexit In this narrative unrestricted access to Europe’s single market had been trumpeted as crucial to Britain’s trade and economic progress The remain camp also sought to make the case for the broader benefits of EU membership in an age where critical challenges over international security climate change and mass migration warrant closer international cooperation Clearly the leavers have persuaded the electorate But what might the immediate fall-out look like for Britain and others First the immediate aftermath has crystallised the possibility of market volatility with uncertainty for the British economy and associated uncertainty globally This will likely need calm reassurance from central banks across different regions Second by triggering the resignation of David Cameron a fundamentally decent moderniser it sets the scene for a change in leadership by this autumn and will reorder the government’s agenda substantially This is remarkable given that it was only a year ago that Cameron won a majority mandate in the general election TS Eliot’s maxim that “in a minute there is time for decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse” has been borne out Third the spectre of another Scottish referendum can’t be ruled out given that Scottish voters were overwhelmingly in favour of remaining in the EU Equally problematically the leavers will need to reconcile their political and economic idealism with actual expectations from their core voters The truth is that while Boris Johnson and Michael Gove raised the dreamy prospect of a liberal economic approach and an open outlook unencumbered by Brussels this idealistic posture wasn’t the basis on which the debate turned in their favour Rather it was a crude anti-immigration campaign that resonated with sections of the electorate that despise globalisation and prefer isolation The irony is that an economic shock from Brexit is likely to hurt this segment the most Across the EU the vote is likely to spark an upsurge of support for particular far right movements and leadership whether it be for Marine Le Pen in France Viktor Orban in Hungary or Geert Wilders in the Netherlands The EU establishment will have to confront its “democratic deficit” The writer is a London-based lawyer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Indiscipline in the Congress was one of the key issues raised on Friday at the first CWC meeting Rahul Gandhi chaired after taking over as the party president against the backdrop of Mani Shankar Aiyar’s "neech" remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi Congress President Rahul Gandhi at the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting at AICC in New Delhi PTI Though no names were mentioned some Congress Working Committee members raised the issue of leaders making "irrelevant" statements that hurt the party and adversely impacted its prospects in elections The issue cropped up at the meeting of the Congress’s highest decision-making body days after senior leader M Veerapa Moily said controversial statements by Aiyar and Kapil Sibal might have undone the gains made by Rahul Gandhi during campaigning in the Gujarat elections Modi had used Aiyar’s remark that he (the prime minister) was a "neech kism ka aadmi" (a vile sort of person) to the hilt at the hustings to whip up a sense of Gujarati pride Senior Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal’s pitch for deferment of the hearing of the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi title suit till after the 2019 Lok Sabha polls many feel also harmed the party’s chances in elections The Congress suspended Aiyar’s primary membership the day he made the comment while it distanced itself from Sibal’s remark Speaking on the condition of anonymity sources said the issues of indiscipline and leaders making out of turn statements were raised by many CWC members and discussed These members also suggested action against such "errant" leaders Gandhi they said was in agreement with those who brought up the issue "We will ensure discipline is enforced and the party is strengthened" Gandhi was quoted as having told the meeting Former prime minister Manmohan Singh spoke about the challenges before the party and insisted on greater accountability of leaders "The working committee was unanimous in saying that the momentum gained from the current set of elections would only be enhanced so that in the next set of elections Congress emerges victorious" the party’s communications in charge Randeep Surjewala told journalists after the meeting New Delhi | Updated: February 4 2014 4:26 am Bharti has been under fire for a midnight raid on January 15 which has been described as “racist” in several quarters Related News The Aam Aadmi Party is in damage control mode in Khirki Extension with regular interactions with members of the African community over the past few days Party sources said the three African women who complained to the Delhi government of being held against their will and forced into prostitution had initially contacted Law Minister Somnath Bharti after he gave out his mobile number to members of the African community in an interaction on January 31 Bharti has been under fire for a midnight raid on January 15 which has been described as “racist” in several quarters Sources said Bharti the Malviya Nagar MLA met with representatives of the African community on January 31 during which he handed out his phone number “These three women called Somnath Bharti and told him of their grievances After hearing them out the party facilitated the process of their complaints reaching the police” a source in the AAP said According to police in their complaint the Ugandan nationals have alleged that they got in touch with a woman who promised them a job in Delhi When they reached the city however the woman warned them against complaining and took away their passports Later they alleged the woman confined them and pushed them into flesh trade police said based on their complaints For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 1 2014 10:22 am The spot in Sultanpur Dabas village where the two were shot dead (Maya Bhargav) Related News Maya Bhargav & Sneha Thakur Two brothers were shot dead outside their house in Sultanpur Dabas village of Bawana in Outer Delhi in a case of road rage on Friday police said Police identified the dead men as Sahab Singh (40) and his brother Kaptan Singh (33)?

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