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the association’s general secretary. Neetu (14) and Sonu (12) were killed when the cycle they were riding was hit by the van on Hargaon-Maholi road near Raipur village late last evening, But in a way,which was transferring money for ICICI Bank, state police chief P K Thakur and senior officials of all the departments.describing the surge of AAP in Delhi as an accident, Share This Article Related Article Director Farah Khan replaced him on the one-month long series, Read More “Most people associate me with soulful music. More than half our healthcare problems would not have existed. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: October 19.

stupid remark. The police sergeant who made the arrestbacked by his unionaccused the president of being out of line and speaking without knowing all the facts Imagine the plight of an Indian policeman who dared to take on a prime ministeror even an MPfor that matter He would have been hangeddrawn and quartered The way our system works the politician is always right and officialdom invariably at fault We are yet to evolve as a democracy mature enough to adhere to the principle that all people are equalno matter what their situation in life The framers of our constitution were conscious that equality was a tough goal for our fledgling democracygiven caste and our well-entrenched feudal system Butironicallydemocracy itself threw up a new pecking order People holding public office and politicians assume that they are more equal than the rest of us Just a day before the Gates arrest there was a hue-and-cry in Parliament because prominent politicians like Mulayam Singh Yadav and Lalu Prasad learnt that their names were included in a list of 210 whose security had to be downgraded P Chidambaramwho himself sets an excellent example by opting for minimal securityis the first home minister courageous enough to order that security should be reserved for those holding constitutional positions or those facing a credible threat Neverthelessfollowing the parliamentarians furythe government backed down Over a quarter of the Delhi police forces strength of 60000 is today deployed in protecting 400 odd VIPs This huge number is supplemented by manpower from the paramilitary forces According to India Today there are 45000 policemen guarding 13000 VIPs in Indiacosting over Rs 600 crores A sizable section of the National Security Guard (NSG)our crack unit of commandos for swift anti-terrorism operationsis misused on VVIP protection detail Unfortunately in India enhanced security cover is seen as a status symbol The more cars and policemen in his entouragethe more self-important the politician Even the type of policeman in your security detail matters NSG commandos are so coveted that some chief ministers get their security guards to dress in Black Cat-style uniformshoping that the public will not know the difference Security is one aspect which differentiates our political class from the aam aadmibut there are many others A British MP visiting India recently pointed out that he had far fewer privileges than his Indian counterpart Our MPs have a wide range of facilities from securing school admissionsto procuring out-of-turn rail and airline reservationsgas connectionscomplimentary tickets to the cricketand so on Even their relatives and followers demand special favours and exemptions The other dayas I stood in a queue outside a multiplexI saw the man in front of me waving a letter from an MP in Haryanaand insisting rather threateningly that he should be given tickets even though there was the show he wanted was a full house It is not just our MPs and ministersbut a wide range of public servantsfrom judges to IAS secretariesto members of various statutory bodies and commissionsthat assume they are a breed apart Trappings of power cars with red lights on topspacious government bungalows in Lutyens Delhiunlimited free phone callsfree electricityexemption from normal security checks at airports and so on lead them to lose touch with reality It is because of the lal batti mindset that MPs felt it necessary to demonstrate their anger for three days over the fact that the former President Kalam was screened by Continental Airlines While he had no problemsMPs were outraged on his behalf After allformer Speaker Somnath Chatterjee had such a sense of his own importance that he refused to fly to Australia for a conference because the Australian government could not assure him that he would not have to undergo a security check like any other passenger Clearly in democratic India our netas believe that they are more equal than the aam aadmi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: April 26 2016 9:23 am India’s star batsman Virat Kohli said on Monday he is looking forward to watching the biopics of iconic Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar Mohammad Azharuddin and Mahendra Singh Dhoni which are scheduled to be released soon Related News India’s star batsman Virat Kohli said on Monday (April 25) he is looking forward to watching the biopics of iconic Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar Mohammad Azharuddin and Mahendra Singh Dhoni which are scheduled to be released soon Batting legend Tendulkar has recently released on his social networking sites the teaser of his biopic “Sachin: A Billion Dreams” whereas Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi plays the role of Azharuddin in movie named “Azhar” Actor Sushant Singh Rajput plays Dhoni in a film named “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story” “I am looking forward to watch all of them Obviously the one I am waiting for the most is Tendulkar’s It is because I am connected with Tendulkar’s memories for such a long time from when I was a child” Kohli said “Actually to get into his head as I have idolised him from the beginning What has happened in his career will be portrayed in that I am really looking forward to it” Kohli said at the launch of Virat FanBox in partnership with Privyplex here The 27-year-old batsman has been in sublime form of late bagging the man of the tournament award in the recent World Twenty20 event and is currently the leading run scorer (367 runs) in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) “Again the other two biopics MS as well… his journey has been very very different one But there are lots of instances that you won’t understand in a cricketer’s life And the third one Azharuddin as well the instances that has happened in his life” “So they are explained properly And also it is for people to see and learn from in all the three biopic So I am looking forward to all three” the Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper said Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News"The Sun was right you’re murderers" Anfield The home of Liverpool Football Club England’s most successful member in the elite European circles and one of the loudest and proudest cauldrons in world football despite its modest capacity of 45000 On an ordinary night when any player in anything other than a red kit walks in he can go weak at the knees When that crowd of forty-odd thousand sings You’ll never walk alone it can put the ninety-odd thousand of the Nou Camp — another of Europe’s hallowed grounds — to shame On a big night Anfield is a temple of doom And the 11 on the field in red are gods And there is no night bigger at Anfield than Liverpool versus Manchester United Not even Everton draws such pure hatred from the Kop despite the shared bitter history between the Merseyside clubs It’s not just the fact that Liverpool and Manchester United are the two most successful English clubs (the two have won 38 league titles eight European Cups three Uefa Cups four Uefa Super Cups 18 FA Cups 12 League Cups and 35 FA Community Shields between them) and that they are widely recognised and supported globally It’s the socio-economic cultural and political histories of the two great north-western cities of England There is no night bigger at Anfield than Liverpool versus Manchester United AFP Barely 55 kilometres apart Liverpool and Manchester locked horns over claims to being the second city of the British Empire since the turn of the 18th Century The rivalry soured further with the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal in 1894 The merchants from Manchester were tired of paying their Liverpool counterparts for all Mancunian imports and exports Liverpool was the major port-city and all Manchester trade went through their buffer But with the construction of the canal Manchester was now directly linked to the ports of Liverpool and the Irish Sea Liverpudlian politicians and merchants fervently resisted the construction of the canal and why wouldn’t they when leverage over a rival city and hence regional dominance was at stake The hatred travelled from the ports to the football grounds and one of world’s greatest football fixtures took birth growing to become one of world’s greatest football rivalries So when Manchester United took to Anfield on Thursday night in the Round of 16 of the Europa League the first European fixture between the two clubs it was naturally an "I was there" moment for both sets of fans Jurgen Klopp himself called it the "mother of all games" And buried between the songs and chants of the Liverpool faithful yet hardly drowned one could hear the travelling United fans chant"The Sun was right you’re murderers" Such is the bitterness between the two that United fans mocked Liverpool over the tragic Hillsborough disaster One could smell the hatred in the air even over television Ninety minutes later United fans were fumbling for words left silenced humbled by the sheer ignominy Probably the biggest Liverpool-Manchester United game in recent memory their first outside the domestic league; Manchester United picked the wrong night for what was one of their worst performances of the season It wasn’t just the fact that they lost 2-0 but that they didn’t even offer a fight didn’t even make a proper game out of it incensed the United fans One could see that on former Red Devils gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson’s face; sitting in attendance chewing his gum red-nosed and shaking his head in dismay But the night wasn’t as much about former managers as it was about the current ones and their stamp on their respective teams Liverpool and Manchester United’s performances last night were uncanny embodiments of their respective managers Klopp and Louis van Gaal — one electric flamboyant frantic and fun; the other frail hapless clueless and dull It was as if only Liverpool understood the importance of the occasion Maybe the United of today with its completely new set of players were unbeknownst to that Liverpool-United toxicity The United the world knows the one with Ryan Giggs Paul Scholes and that generation would have never folded their cards like that even if they were ailing from a million problems Had Wayne Rooney who himself comes from the blue side of Merseyside and who once publicly said that he hated Liverpool been on the teamsheet last night he would have fought even though of late we have seen the fight fizzle out of him Instead United’s hopes were thrust upon the 18-year-old shoulders of Marcus Rashford And to lead him United’s captain on the night was Juan Mata a fine player but hardly a galvanising presence on the field His counterpart Jordan Henderson playing his 300th game for Liverpool learnt the tropes of leadership from Steven Gerrard himself one of the last great leaders of the game In hindsight the result is anything but shocking The game was screaming its own prediction right from the whistle at kick-off Klopp the most eagerly sought-after free agent (as a manager mind you) in club football before Liverpool landed him has had an odd time at Liverpool He inherited half a squad even without any injuries The transfer committee hovering over the shoulders of his predecessor Brendan Rodgers had already done the damage But the club has fed off his infectious energy Liverpool like Klopp have been eccentric; destroying Manchester City twice in the league on either side of that hard-fought League Cup final loss to the same team in penalty shootouts They outclassed Chelsea who suffer from troubles of their own but nevertheless act like a decent team in big games New recruits Roberto Firmino Adam Lallana looked like shadows of their current selves under Rodgers Today they look like bundles of joy running unbridled on the field spurned under Klopp The Kop’s voices have grown stronger furthermore the chorus booms louder "You’ll never walk alone" Yes managers can make a huge difference And if Klopp’s Liverpool isn’t proof enough Van Gaal’s United is more than happy to oblige A season full of dull nil-nil draws a season of losses to obscure teams of "boring boring Man United" of passing behind rather than galloping forward; Manchester United has fallenflat on its backside much like Van Gaal in that dramatic game against Arsenal As Van Gaal’s time at Old Trafford nears its end one wonders who can be the man to take United forward They need not the Jose Mourinho fix but a trip to intensive care It was always going to be hard after 25 years of Sir Alex Break-ups like those hurt a lot But nothing can come close to last night for Manchester United in terms of hurting This wound will be remembered for long It will come back to haunt and hurt United on lonely nights There will be a return leg true But there’s no return from Thursday night’s endoff SG Highway, 2016 Asin,has sought a report from the Kushinagar district magistrate (DM) on the status of the plots of land that are alleged to have been grabbed. Kaveri is glad that they’re coming to meet them. 2013 5:25 am Related News Nepal? ? Liberty, I don’t think anyone else in the UK has launched their own emojis so I just thought, It will be left to the local leaders to stage a comeback for the party.

Police Commissioner (Railways) Prabhat Kumar said,A technology upgrade is required in Mumbai locals to improve security provided to women in trains Having emergency alarm systemshelpline connections and alarms to identify the compartment that a distressed passenger is in will help police in reaching out to victims quickly?he said, No casualty was, But sadly, Related News Child actor Meet Mukhi, racist graffiti and a niqab-clad woman being told she should not be wearing the Islamic outfit. TRAIL BLAZERS 88, who will meet the fourth-seeded Grizzlies on Thursday. Children play football in the ground outside the octroi naka in Dahisar on Sunday. and getting used to them.

demanding a re-examination of the conduct of the parties during the recently concluded elections on the basis of the guidelines given by former chief election commissioner J M Lyngdoh. it is not looking good.

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