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For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge rose from the bench to score as England came from behind to defeat neighbours Wales 2-1 in Thursday’s all-British Euro 2016 clash in Lens Just as he had in Wales’s opening 2-1 win over Slovakia Gareth Bale put Chris Coleman’s side ahead with a long-range free-kick that England goalkeeper Joe Hart could only fumble into the net England’s Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring their second goal against Wales Reuters But Vardy and Sturridge came on at half-time and after the former had equalised in the 56th minute the latter smuggled in a stoppage-time winner that fired Roy Hodgson’s men to the top of the group Wales are a point back in second place above Slovakia on head-to-head record and need to beat Russia in Toulouse on Monday to guarantee one of the two automatic qualifying berths A draw against Slovakia in Saint-Etienne will suffice for England and they will approach the game with renewed optimism after belatedly kicking their tournament into gear It was the 102nd meeting between the teams but the first at a major championship and the boxy British-style Stade Bollaert-Delelis provided an ideal setting on a day when fears of fan violence failed to materialise Wales recalled first-choice goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey after he missed the win over Slovakia owing to a back spasm as well as Joe Ledley and Hal Robson-Kanu who came off the bench in Bordeaux to score the winner While it meant that Wales were at full strength they were content to let England who were unchanged force the issue and it was Hodgson’s men who bossed the first half on a sunny afternoon in northern France They should have taken the lead in the seventh minute when Harry Kane freed Adam Lallana to cross for Raheem Sterling but from seven yards out the Manchester City man could only slide the ball over the bar Gary Cahill and Chris Smalling threatened with headers while the most contentious incident of the first period saw Kane denied a penalty when his close-range header struck Ben Davies’s outstretched left hand – Hart blunder – Bale Welsh antagoniser-in-chief in the build-up to the game had been a peripheral figure save for a shot that was blocked by Cahill but three minutes before half-time he strode onto centre-stage Wayne Rooney’s foul on Robson-Kanu gave Wales a free-kick 35 yards out in a central position Though Bale’s shot had vicious pace and dip Hart should have done better than palm it inside his left-hand post It made the Real Madrid forward the first Wales player to score against England since Mark Hughes on his debut in May 1984 When the half-time whistle came it drew a cascade of boos from the England end Hodgson was quick to react sending on Vardy and Sturridge for Kane and Sterling at the break and after Rooney had seen a low curler palmed behind by Hennessey his side equalised Sturridge’s flighted cross from the left was knocked down at the back post and Vardy swivelled to tuck away his fourth international goal He was standing around four yards offside but replays showed that the previous touch had come from Wales captain Ashley Williams The on-pitch scene soon resembled the Alamo as Hodgson threw on teenage Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford for Lallana leaving England with four of their five named forwards on the pitch Despite the charge it seemed Wales would hold out only for Sturridge to collect Dele Alli’s clever flick and steer a shot past Hennessey in the first minute of stoppage time silencing the Welsh hordes Manchester:Luke Shaw received another setback on Wednesday when Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho revealed he will not play in Thursday’s Europa League game against Saint-Etienne Shaw has battled back from a double broken leg suffered last season but has made just one appearance since November and has not featured in United’s last three match-day squads The Europa League has provided Shaw a 30 million ($372 million 353 million euros) signing from Southampton in June 2014 with three of his last seven starts Meanwhile Captain Wayne Rooney Michael Carrick and Phil Jonesare also set to miss the upcoming clash due to fitness woes confirmed Mourinho Wayne Rooney was rested due to "muscular problems" confirmed Jose Mourinho Reuters Jones has not played since sustaining a foot injury in United’s recent 0-0 draw with Hull City and Mourinho said Rooney and Carrick had "little muscular problems" The three England internationals missed Wednesday’s pre-match training session at United’s Aon Training Complex west of Manchester "Phil is still recovering from the injury" Mourinho told reporters ahead of the last 32 first-leg match "Wayne and Carrick I don’t want to say ‘injuries’ because I don’t think we are speaking about injuries We are speaking about little muscular problems and protection of these problems "So all three are out tomorrow and apart from that everything is right" But Mourinho has no intention of giving the 21-year-old England left-back a run-out in Thursday’s last-32 first leg telling his pre-match press conference: "He’s not playing tomorrow" Pressed over his reluctance to pick Shaw Mourinho replied: "Because my team is playing well and I am happy with my back four and I’m going to repeat: (Antonio) Valencia (Eric) Bailly (Chris) Smalling Daley Blind" The long-term situation for Shaw does not appear positive at Old Trafford and reports have surfaced that Mourinho could be prepared to let him leave the club at the end of the season Meanwhile Saint-Etienne’s visit will see United’s record signing Paul Pogba go up against his older brother Florentin for the first time in their professional careers "We spoke about it but we spoke in a good way a funny way" Mourinho told reporters at United’s training ground "It’s a good nice destiny I think only Mum Pogba is a little bit in trouble which is normal "It’s difficult for the lady to choose —it’s not difficult it’s impossible I know from Paul that the mum wants a draw but next week one son will be happy and another one will be sad "For the mum it’s a bit of a problem but they will enjoy playing against each other Paul will enjoy it and Florentin the same I think it’s a good thing" ‘We cannot choose’ United are the only club in England still active in four competitions: the Premier League Europa League FA Cup and League Cup in which they face a final meeting against Southampton at the end of the month Mourinho vowed to continue playing his strongest possible team in each competition but believes it could leave his squad "in trouble" should they continue to advance on four fronts "We cannot choose competitions at Manchester United We know that our situation is really complicated" said the United manager whose side trail leaders Chelsea by 12 points in the Premier League "We know that the Europa League is also a competition where we play on Thursdays and that makes it even more difficult for us "The accumulation of FA Cup and League Cup and the match postponements makes it really hard for us If we progress in the competitions we will be in trouble in May but we cannot choose competitions "We play them to win It’s also a good way to give the team experience International experience is always a plus "The Europa League is not a competition we want to play but it’s a competition we play and we respect it The plus is another opportunity to qualify for the Champions League "But we know we are in the last 32 not even the last eight or four so there is a long way to go "In the Premier League the door is also open but we still have a long way to go" By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 30 2015 6:24 pm Karishma Tanna Upen Patel who play love gurus on ‘MTV Love School’ will next be seen doing an impromptu dance move ‘Meri mehbooba’ Related News Actors and real life couple Karishma Tanna and Upen Patel who play love gurus on TV show “MTV Love School” will next be seen doing an impromptu dance move on the song “Meri mehbooba” from Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s 1997 film “Pardes” This will happen in the upcoming episode of the show during the first love assignment called “Engage feel the Rush” where the boys have to carry girls in their arms and perform a task in a swimming pool Also read: Karishma Tanna Sunny Leone’s film to release in2016 “When one of the contestants broke into a song while carrying his girlfriend Karishma and Upen couldn’t stop themselves from doing a little dance step” said a source from the set Aired on MTV the show focuses on relationships of real life-couples For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 11 2016 1:47 am Top News Govandi which has one of the lowest Human Development Index would hold a three-day EduFest to instill the importance of education among locals The event to be held from January 19-21 at seven venues in Govandi is the brainchild of Samajwadi Party corporator Raees Shaikh “Most schools in Govandi are located in dank space-starved buildings The concept of normal school activity and competitions are absent in these schools The idea behind starting this fest is to make students understand the idea of competitiveness” Shaikh said According to a Tata Institute of Social Sciences report the areas of Govandi Deonar Shivaji Nagar and Mankhurd have some of the lowest Human Development Index in Mumbai Around 775 per cent of Govandi’s residents live in slums and nearly 30-40 per cent of the school-going children are the first generation of the family to be inside a school The EduFest would have separate competitions for pre-primary primary middle secondary and higher secondary levels For each group there would be several competitions to choose from including quiz essay writing elocution painting mono-acting folk dance story-telling fancy dress and some specific programmes for women Over 100 schools in the locality are expected to participate in the event The function would also have modules called ‘Govandi has got talent’ where students would be given a stage to showcase their skills and talent zeeshanshaikh@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News| Published: January 21 2016 12:08 am Women wait in a line to cast their vote outside a polling station in Samastipur district in the eastern state of Bihar (REUTERS/Stringer) Top News The Bihar government’s move to reserve 35 per cent of all jobs in the state sector for women is an attempt to increase their presence in the workforce However with not many jobs being created in the public sector the policy offers more symbolic value than radical content: Its potential in transforming the social and economic stature of women is limited even when compared to the Nitish Kumar government’s women-centric initiatives in the past especially in the field of education Measures like providing free schooling textbooks and bicycles for girls were truly empowering in the sense that they endowed the beneficiaries with skills to participate in the job market including in the private sector where much of employment creation happens today The limitations of the latest initiative notwithstanding the gesture is welcome in a state where the labour force participation rate among women of working age at 9 per cent is one of the lowest in India and far below the all-India average of 33 per cent The scale of gender disparity in Bihar is also evident in the large presence of women in casual employment — nearly 50 per cent as against the all-India average of 31 per cent Better representation in the formal workforce which offers assured incomes and wages would help improve the status of women and make society sensitive towards gender equality in social and economic spaces Moreover public institutions that have a representative workforce are likely to provide better services Bihar has seen remarkable improvement in women’s participation in education and politics in recent years In the decade between 2001 and 2011 female literacy rose by over 20 percentage points although at 53 per cent it is still far behind the national average of 655 per cent Election data points to more women exercising their voting rights compared to men — a clear indication of the former becoming aware of the political process and their role in it The 2006 government decision to reserve 50 per cent seats in panchayati raj institutions for women has led to the creation of a new set of leaders and role models offsetting many social stereotypes and deepening democracy Election data points to more women exercising their voting rights compared to men — a clear indication of the former becoming aware of the political process and their role in it The 2006 government decision to reserve 50 per cent seats in panchayati raj institutions for women has led to the creation of a new set of leaders and role models offsetting many social stereotypes and deepening democracy The recognition of the economic rights of women and state intervention to address gender disparity in employment was inevitable considering the trajectory Bihar has embarked on under Nitish In a polity where caste has been the primary marker of social identity and political loyalty Nitish identified a potential constituency in women and crafted a poll agenda that appealed to them Some of his promises like prohibition may be deemed populist but much in his women-centric agenda has the potential to transform Bihar’s society and economy for the better For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by RAHUL VERMA Pradeep Chhibber | Published: July 25 2014 12:00 am The BJP won the election by presenting Modi as an agent of change (Source: AP photo) Related News In his victory speech at Vadodara Narendra Modi asked the voters for 10 years Many think that given the magnitude of the BJP’s victory and the Congress’s defeat this is likely However whether the BJP can be successful in replacing the Congress as the party synonymous with governing India in the 21st century is up for debate For the BJP to replace the Congress as the natural party of governance it like the Congress in the past has three options — display an ability to govern develop a national presence and organisation and either co-opt or eliminate the opposition The Congress ruled India for many years because the party was perceived as one that best represented the policy preferences of most Indians — centrist on economic policy and a keen supporter of the rights of the underprivileged The Congress’s policies floundered amid poor delivery of policy and corruption that undermined its ability to appear capable of governing In the 2014 National Election Studies (NES) respondents were asked whether they received benefits from flagship government policies like home loan schemes (awaas yojanas) the MGNREGA free health benefits and various types of allowances and pensions Less than 30 per cent of the beneficiaries of any one of these policies gave credit to the Central government for them The BJP won the election by presenting Modi as an agent of change — a change in how a country could be governed with Gujarat put forth as a shining example Regardless of the debate surrounding the “facts” on Gujarat CSDS survey data suggest that most people perceive Gujarat as a well managed state Now that Modi is in power the image of Gujarat can no longer be used to mobilise votes Voters will be assessing how the BJP and Modi govern from Delhi Unfortunately for the BJP and Modi reforming governance in India is a long and arduous task Given the demographics of India especially because so many people need the state for their well-being no elected government can introduce radical policy changes especially of the right-wing variety The BJP also cannot afford to alienate its core supporters the urban middle classes ttempts to appease both groups can only yield incremental policy changes The maiden budget presented by the BJP government reflects the difficulty of making rapid changes in a large and complex society The BJP could make its mark by changing archaic laws making the government work more efficiently and creating a more approachable and open government but not appearing partisan while doing so These tasks are difficult by their very nature as the recent controversy over the appointment of Nripendra Misra as principal secretary to the prime minister shows To put it simply major changes in governance that will transform the face of the state in the next five years will be difficult to achieve for anyone including Modi who is reportedly a man in a hurry To remain in power for longer than five years the BJP and Modi cannot rely on providing results through better governance alone To replace the Congress as the natural party of governance the BJP needs to build a wider and deeper organisational base The success of the party in the 2014 elections is attributable to the organisational skills of Amit Shah in Uttar Pradesh However repeating the exemplary performance in UP or maintaining the stunning vote-seat conversion ratio that the BJP achieved in the 2014 elections will be difficult in future Therefore the party needs to deepen its pockets of influence in eastern and southern India In the 2014 elections the BJP indeed managed to attract a larger chunk of “vote mobilisers” Vote mobilisers are individuals whose support for a particular party goes beyond simple voting and instead involves monetary donations door-to-door canvassing leaflet/ poster distribution among other mobilisational activities In 2014 the BJP had more mobilisers than any other party The BJP also had more vote mobilisers in 2014 than in 2004 while the Congress had far fewer individuals willing to mobilise votes for it at the local level The NES 2014 data show that these mobilisers while capable of increasing both turnout and vote-share for their chosen party display little party loyalty or partisanship Instead they are drawn to a winning candidate or party Indeed 54 per cent of the BJP’s vote mobilisers stated that they were motivated to vote because they believed they were voting for the winning party while only 38 per cent stated that they simply voted for the party they wanted to vote for (see figure) Since it is “winnability” that motivates mobilisers their support for a party is shallow and potentially fleeting And if India’s tradition of anti-incumbency bias holds vote mobilisation may be even easier for the Congress and regional parties in the next round Given this data it becomes even more incumbent for the BJP to appear as the winning party in the next election If governance will not necessarily yield winnability and the support of vote mobilisers is fickle the BJP will have to turn to a third option to ensure future electoral success — weakening the Congress How can the BJP weaken the Congress It has two options The first is to co-opt the Congress’s elite into the BJP a strategy used by the Congress in the past This is virtually impossible for the BJP because of the resistance it would face from its own cadre to giving defectors senior positions within the party The second option is to create conditions for the disintegration of the Congress’s organisation For well-understood reasons the dynasty lies at the centre of the Congress’s organisation The dynasty is the glue that holds together the various local and state factions (and the national-level coterie) that compose the Congress party If the dynasty goes it’s likely that the Congress will fragment and no longer be able to present itself as a party that can win a national election and govern India in future This would provide the possibility for the BJP to present itself as the only national party capable of governing from Delhi On this issue Modi’s politics is quite distinct from the BJP of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Modi made ridding India of the Congress a central part of his campaign message He attacked dynastic politics directly and made sarcastic comments about both Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi He broke an unwritten code by holding a mega rally in Amethi (Rahul Gandhi’s constituency) in the last hour before the campaign period ended At the rally Modi not only attacked the mother-son duo but also minced no words in going after Priyanka Gandhi her husband Robert Vadra and even the late Rajiv Gandhi The recent notice given to the Congress by the income tax department on the National Herald issue and making the Congress run from pillar to post for the leader of opposition status is a reflection of a politics that will make every effort to undermine the dynasty The Congress coterie comparisons of the treatment of Indira Gandhi by the Janata Party and the BJP’s contemporary attacks are not apt Neither Sonia nor Rahul have the political capital that Indira carried There are many more people now who dislike the dynastic character of the Congress party’s organisation and Modi and the BJP are likely to antagonise only a few by directly attacking the first family of the Congress If the BJP wishes to replace the Congress as Condorcet winner that is in pairwise comparisons with other parties many people would prefer the BJP to govern India nationally it needs to introduce better governance develop a more robust organisation or undermine the Congress The first two tasks are difficult but the third can be carried out with more ease As the BJP steps up its attacks on the dynasty the Congress’s coterie whose very existence is threatened by these efforts to isolate the dynasty will protest In the coming days we expect that these voices will only get shriller The writers are with Lokniti-CSDS and the Travers Department of Political Science at the University of California Berkeley US For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Published: April 1 2013 2:35 am Related News Quite oftenplayers unwittinglyand unfortunatelybecome pawns when two factions are locked in a power struggle to govern a sport So it didnt come as a surprise when Hockey India (HI) slapped a ban on the players who took part in the World Series Hockey (WSH)a tournament conducted by its rival Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) Howeverin a rare gestureHI has picked nine rebels for the junior World Cup preparatory camp While the inclusion of these skilful youngsters enhances the quality of the junior teamit casts a long shadow on the future of WSH The unofficial word islike the ill-fated Indian Cricket LeagueWSH may not take place again It is learnt that the franchisees are struggling to just stay afloat In factthe huge costs involved in managing the teams forced the organisers to reduce the number of teams from eight in the first season to seven for the second The players are yet to receive full payment and its not just they who are turning their backs on the tournament A few key officials from co-organisers Nimbus Sportincluding COO Yannick Colacohave quit as well Nimbus and IHF are waiting for the International Hockey Federation (FIH) to take a final call on the governing body in the country before deciding on the future of WSH Unfortunately for themthe FIH has made its allegiance clear by publicly backing HI Just like with the ICLthe WSH triggered a few good changes in Indian hockey; not to forget it compelled Hockey India to start a league (HIL) of its own Cruciallyit acted as a springboard for young players to make an impression on the big stage Talented players like Affan YousufAmir Khan and Lalit Upadhyayamong many othersstood out with their performances amidst players of international repute Although successfulthe HIL did not have the emergence of fresh faces those who could immediately be inducted into the national team programme the way WSH did A reason enough for their rebels to be reintroduced into the national system Mihir is a senior correspondent based in Mumbai mihirvasavda@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: June 14 2017 5:55 pm Mexico plays its other group matches on June 21 against New Zealand in Sochi (Source: AP) Top News They rejoiced at Wembley Stadium following the victory over Brazil in the 2012 London Olympic football final They sulked in California when Mexico was humiliated 7-0 by Chile at last year’s Copa America Whether it’s the World Cup or Copa America an exhibition or official match just look up in the stands during a Mexico game There’s “La Ola Verde” _ The Green Wave From New Zealand to Ohio a group of Mexican fans has been traveling the world for almost a decade following the national team Its next stop is Russia where “El Tri” plays in the Confederations Cup a World Cup warmup tournament that starts Saturday “We are one movement and everywhere we go we try to get together as many Mexicans as possible” said Gabriel Galvan one of the group’s founders The 38-year-old attorney and about 200 other “Green Wave” members will travel 22 hours and 10000 miles from Mexico City to Kazan a city in southwest Russia where Mexico debuts against Cristiano Ronaldo and European champion Portugal on Sunday Each group member pays its own way and Galvan estimates the trip will cost about $5000 It’s not the first time Galvan and others have traveled to the other side of the world to cheer “El Tri” _ the popular nickname for the national team based on the green red and white colors of the Mexican flag In 2013 a group of about 10 trekked to Wellington New Zealand for a World Cup playoff Mexico won 4-2 to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil “It’s an experience that we will cherish forever” Galvan said Galvan estimates that since 2009 he has spent about $50000 rooting for the Mexican team around the world He has seen more than 100 matches and Russia will be his 36th country “People say I’m crazy especially when the team is playing bad” Galvan said “Many friends and relatives ask me `Why do you keep supporting them’ But I like to see our flag and represent our country and we are not going to stop doing it” Mexico plays its other group matches on June 21 against New Zealand in Sochi the Black Sea resort and 2014 Olympic host and on June 24 against Russia back in Kazan Depending on the results the team led by Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez could play the semifinals in either city The final is July 2 in St Petersburg Mario Nava will also travel to Russia for the Confederations Cup and hopes to return next year for his third World Cup Mexico leads the CONCACAF qualifying tournament after six matches “I’ve traveled to countries like El Salvador Costa Rica Trinidad and Tobago it’s nice to be able to support the team in places where there are not that many Mexicans” said the 37-year-old attorney who also works in Mexico City “My longest trip was to (the World Cup in) South Africa in 2010 It was a great experience to get to know their culture” It will be hard to miss the “Green Wave” in the stands especially if there are half-empty stadiums with ticket sales lagging a few days before the tournament begins Galvan will be the one wearing the multicolored winged goalkeeper uniform made famous in the 1990s by former national team star Jorge Campos Others dress as “El Chavo del 8” (The Kid from the 8) a popular Mexican TV character or with typical Mexican sombreros and lucha libre wrestling masks “We are very easy to spot in each stadium” Galvan said “That’s the idea” Galvan said the toughest ticket is when Mexico plays the United States in World Cup qualifying in Columbus Ohio Most tickets there are available only for official American fan clubs and season-ticket holders of the Columbus Crew the MLS team About 25 “Green Wave” members traveled to Columbus to watch the 2-1 win in November in the first match of the final round of CONCACAF qualifying How did they manage to get in “We purchased Crew season tickets” Galvan said “I paid about $300 for the upper deck but that was the only way to buy the tickets to the game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: April 8 2017 11:17 am The YouTube Partner Program lets creators monetize content on YouTube in many ways including advertisements paid subscriptions and merchandise Related News Alphabet Inc’s YouTube said on Thursday it would place ads on videos only if they reach 10000 views as it tries to weed out channels that make money by stealing content from other sources The video streaming service also said once a video channel crosses the threshold it would review the content to see if it qualifies for the placement of ads “By keeping the threshold to 10k views we also ensure that there will be minimal impact on our aspiring creators” Ariel Bardin YouTube’s vice president of product management said in a blog post YouTube also said it would add a review process for new creators who apply to be in the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) in a few weeks The YouTube Partner Program lets creators monetize content on YouTube in many ways including advertisements paid subscriptions and merchandise Any revenue earned on channels with under 10000 views up until Thursday will not be impacted YouTube said Google has come under intense scrutiny for ads appearing alongside videos on YouTube carrying homophobic or anti-Semitic messages recently forcing a number of companies to suspend their digital ads on the video streaming service? Naik’s life suddenly started making sense again. “Clinically now she is stable and recovering and people from community health department have visited…they are following up and they themselves have followed up for the viral investigations. Coaching and playing cricket are totally different.” The AIFF chief said that the Indian Under-17 team has also prepared well for the October 6-28 tournament and the boys have promised him to give their best on the field. It was advantage China right at the start as a stick check in the circle saw India concede a penalty corner in the second minute of the game. (Source: AP) Top News FIFA U-17 World Cup’s tournament director Javier Ceppi today expressed concerns over the lukewarm response to ticket sales in Delhi and Goa but said preparations in Kolkata’s Salt Lake Stadium.
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