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we have to be alert and keep suspecting elements at bay", 2017 12:55 am Top News Under criticism for no visible changes in the area selected to be developed as a ‘Smart City’, The SUDA,the Centre provides funds to the state for constructing one room units for urban slum dwellers.600 in cash from the delivery boy of Pizza Hut. The state broadcaster then halted transmission. “You try, the youth leaders also send reports regarding the response by the SP’s district unit. A village boy baths in the remaining water of a dried pond to beat the heat in the outskirts of the eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar, reported The Hindu. Titlagarh was followed by Talcher (468) and Sonepur (46)in western Odisha Though nine towns in the state experienced temperatures above 44 deg C on Friday it has now increased to 15 places in the state A total of 18 towns and cities reeled under the heat with temperature above 40 degree C The places which recorded temperature above 44 degree C were: Balasore (442) Baripada (453) Sambalpur (45) Sundergarh (44) Hirakud (443) Talcher (468) Bhawanipatna (45) Bolangir (452) Malkangiri (442) Sonepur (46) and Titlagarh (48) Bhubaneswar recorded 415 deg C with relative humidity at 92 per cent "The heat wave condition is most likely to prevail till occurrence of hailstorms on or after April 25" Sahu said adding the temperature could further rise on 24 and 25 April Meanwhile the SRC said the state government has so far received reports of 79 sunstroke deaths "However four of the death cases have been confirmed due to heat related incidents by the district collectors" Mohapatra said The state government has decided to provide Rs 50000 as ex-gratia for the families of each sunstroke victim Written by Kajol Runwal | Mumbai | Published: June 25 2017 4:07 am The books are usually second-hand and sellers allow you to borrow or buy even offering recommendations in the genre of your choice (Express Photo by Aishwarya Maheshwari) Top News Lining the pavement along the busy intersection at Flora Fountain is a treasure trove that draws bibliophiles from all over Here books can be bought sold or borrowed from booksellers who even offer recommendations to readers in the genre they prefer Everything from classics to contemporary bestsellers from academic books to comics such as Archie and Tinkle and from management books to anthologies of poetry are available here “Every reader has interest in a particular genre I ask them about their interest and then suggest books they can read” says Dilip Mahindkar a 49-year-old bookseller who has been in the business for 20 years Most of the booksellers say they started working right after they completed Class XII “I finished Class XII from a Marathi-medium school and then got into the business of selling books Over the years I have developed a reading habit and I particularly enjoy reading biographies and spiritual books” says Mahindkar “I have been a regular at Dilip’s One of the main attractions is that he has over 2000 books to offer at one tiny spot on the pavement Dilip goes out of his way to recommend books to you He introduced me to the writings of Robert Jordan and I am hooked to it now I recently bought the eighth book from his series called The Wheel of Time” says Nitish Kulkarni a 22-year-old who recently started working at an office near Flora Fountain Easy on the pocket buying books which are usually second-hand from these booksellers has its own charm feel readers “I absolutely love the little bits of notes or underlined portions and all the love filled in the margins I can spend hours here browsing through the stacks and bargaining for a cheaper deal” says Shubhannita Das a 21-year-old old Literature student from Kolkata who makes frequent visits to Mumbai “My favourite part is being invited into this cramped space where books are stacked on top of each other only to discover books you might not have come across otherwise” she adds These bookstalls also function as a large-scale lending library “We lend books by charging a deposit amount equal to the full price of the books and then refund seventy five percent of the amount once the books are returned” explains Nilesh Trivedi who inherited this business from his father “I wanted to buy books that helped me understand Indian culture and the vendors around Flora Fountain handed me Maximum City by Suketu Mehta Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts and books by Amartya Sen and Shashi Tharoor I bought seven books at a really cheap price” says Angelin Tresy who visited Mumbai on a student exchange programme from Belgium For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: May 22 2014 12:04 am Related News With close to $12 billion of FII money coming into the country since January the rupee has appreciated by 6 per cent and the prospects of further appreciation cannot be ruled out Most foreign brokerages are re-rating the stock markets already and some have started upping their estimates of 2014-15 and 2015-16 GDP growth rates as well While the RBI is buying dollars to keep the rupee from appreciating it appears to be fighting a losing battle More importantly it is not clear whether the new government is in favour of a weak rupee To the extent that a stronger rupee means lower local oil prices the political class may favour it The flip side is if passed on to consumers higher oil prices result in lower consumption levels — and if the passing on is done gradually as with diesel consumer anger remains muted Going by what some of the BJP’s favourite economists like Arvind Panagariya have said it might well be in favour of a weak rupee Panagariya had been sharply critical of Duvvuri Subbarao when he was RBI governor for not buying enough dollars when he had the chance — buying dollars would have increased forex reserves and also kept the rupee weak There is no robust relationship between the value of a currency and exports — indeed a weak rupee has been accompanied by falling exports at times This is because when global demand is poor as it was till some time ago a cheaper currency is of no help Also lower global crude prices distort the picture Oil exports comprise around a fifth of India’s exports — so even while non-oil exports are rising lower crude prices give the impression that India’s exports are stagnating What is a lot more robust than just the exports response however is the impact on the non-oil non-gold trade balance As the rupee weakens imports become more expensive and importers start looking for local substitutes The world over the first response to a currency movement is seen through the balance of trade In India’s case too the non-oil non-gold trade balance started improving over the past year as the rupee started weakening With the rupee now getting stronger unless the RBI starts buying dollars aggressively and shores up its reserves this is likely to get affected Since the more immediate import-substitution and the longer-term export fillip also result in greater industrial production there is a danger of the economy getting hit by a strong rupee For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: October 7 2017 8:07 am USA’s first two goals came off a penalty and a deflection The final goal came off a counterattack after India had rattled the USA crossbar (Source: PTI) Related News A teary-eyed Jitendra Singh begged the referee to reverse his decision The 16-year-old threw a tantrum and pleaded with folded hands On a memorable night in front of 46000 fans he did not want to be remembered as a villain But Bolivian referee Gery Vargas was strict as a headmaster Jitendra was convinced he had made a perfect tackle to stop USA’s Josh Sargant from entering the Indian box from the right flank But the centre-back stretched his right leg out and the Werder Bremen target used his experience to make the most of the slight contact He tumbled to the ground Vargas had no hesitation in pointing to the spot It took the Indian players and crowd a moment to realise a penalty was awarded against them Sargant fresh from the under-20 World Cup in South Korea slotted it past Indian goalkeeper Dheeraj Moirangthem That goal in the 30th minute one thought would open the floodgates But it wasn’t to be India lost their under-17 World Cup opener 3-0 But in their first big match against a world-class team and in front of an expectant crowd the Indian teenagers gave a respectable account of themselves Gulf in class The gulf in class was apparent — tactical technical and physical At first glance it looked like India were playing a tournament in another age-group At nearly every position the USA players were almost 10cm taller than their Indian counterparts They used it well to their advantage Whenever an Indian player made a run forward the US player would simply shoulder-push them and shield the ball But that did not deter the Indians They jumped higher ran quicker and tackled harder USA’s counterattack ended with Andrew Carleton scoring the third goal (Source: PTI) During corner kicks three American players would stand right in front of Dheeraj But he would bravely jump over them punch it out with authority Dheeraj was decisive in his movements and positioning something that impressed USA coach John Hackworth who called him ‘exceptional’ Rahul KP came only till Timothy Weah’s chest But he made a nuisance of himself jostling for every ball and tackling with perfect precision to frustrate the PSG starlet On the flanks Komal Thatal — the smallest player on the field — dazzled on the left wing He took on midfielders and defenders at least a foot bigger than him weaving past them and launching most of India’s attacks India’s plan to defend deep and hit USA on the counter worked perfectly for the first half hour forcing Hackworth to change his strategy midway through Last year at the AIFF Youth Cup USA played long diagonal balls over India’s right back and scored from the subsequent crosses On Friday they tried to do the same for the first 20 minutes But the Indian defence held its line plugging that hole which USA took advantage of a year ago in Goa Buoyed by the goalless scoreline India got the confidence to venture out of their own half But poor first touches and anticipation meant they could never really conjure a dangerous move Sargant’s goal after 30 minutes took some sting out of the game but India soon regained their composure On the touchline India’s Portuguese coach Luis Norton de Matos resembled a fandango performer as he barked out instructions to his players To ensure they heard him amidst all the noise he gestured with his hands squatted and moved around the dugout to assert his points On the field the players responded They did not lose the shape even for a minute India’s two defence lines operated with precision leaving very little space for the US to work with in the midfield Under pressure they did not simply thwack the ball upfield Instead they patiently tried to pass it along the ground and steer themselves out of trouble In doing so they were caught in the web themselves as their first touches were disappointing But the defenders threw their bodies in front of everything to ensure the scoreline remained 1-0 at half time USA colts begin their FIFA U-17 World Cup campaign with a 3-0 win over India (Source: PTI) Costly little mistakes The hallmark of good teams at this level is that they punish you at the slightest of mistakes And India learnt that the hard way They failed to clear a corner in the 51st minute and Chris Durkin doubled the lead The atmosphere in the stadium went flat But this bunch of millennials would still not give up Four minutes later Rahul played a long ball that split open the US defence It bounced over Durkin and Komal snuck behind his taller counterpart One-on-one with the goalkeeper he chipped the ball from the edge of the box However it sailed over the crossbar Just like that the stadium returned to life albeit momentarily After that lapse US took control of the game and moved the ball confidently among themselves India did not see much of it but whenever they did they were not shy of taking a shot The closest they came to scoring was roughly 6 minutes before full time Komal once again was at the heart of the move His low corner made its way towards Anwar Ali but the defender’s shot hit the crossbar Indian players stood there heads in their hands But by the time they could fall back to defend USA were already in their box Their counterattack ended with Andrew Carleton scoring the third “If that goal would’ve gone in we would have been 2-1 Instead it became 3-0” de Matos rued That goal was a brutal initiation to World Cup football At full time on their debut night though there were no tears The Indian players left the field with their heads held high For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 18 2017 10:43 am Usain Bolt ran his last race during the World Championships (Source: AP) Top News 400m men: slowest since 2011 2011 Kirani James 4460 2013 LaShawn Merritt 4374 2015 Van Niekerk 4348 2017 Van Niekerk 4398 Steven Gardiner 4441 Abdalelah Haroun 4448 (5 sub 45s) 5000 out of competition tests The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) increased vigilance and testing in the run-up to the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London The AIU was established in April 2017 and handles all aspects of the anti-doping programme for international-level athletes n In a 10-month period before the championships 2000 blood and 3000 urine tests — all out of competition — were conducted in an effort to catch cheats At the championships 600 urine tests were conducted 600 blood samples were also collected before the championships and will be used to study Athlete Biological Passports Age and injury In the men’s 100 metres the slower timings this year could be attributed to injury and the ‘old age’ of the sprint kings Gatlin is 35 and struggled with injuries this season and Bolt 31 whose timings have fallen over the years had his own battles with body However Christian Coleman just 22 clocked 994 for silver Women 100M: slowest since 2011 2011 Carmelita Jeter 1090 2013 Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce 1071 2015 Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce 1076 2017 Tori Bowie 1085 Marie-Josee Ta Lou 1086; Dafne Schippers 1096 200M: slowest since 2013 2013 Shelly Ann Fraser Pryse 2217 2015 Dafne Schippers 2163 2017 Dane Schippers 2205 Marie-Josee Ta Lou 2208; Shaunae Miller-Uibo 2215 4992 seconds The winning time of the United States Phyllis Francis in the women’s 400 metres This is the slowest time ever since 1983 11 Number of winning times in sprints including relays and hurdles which were slower than in 2013 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari Monday said the government will soon come up with a law and allow running of e-rickshaws in Delhi Addressing reporters here on the completion of his 100 days in the ministry Gadkari said his ministry Monday brought a draft notification concerning the plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital Nitin Gadkari AFP He said the draft notification will be on the ministry’s website for the next 10 days He said soon his ministry "will make the relevant law and e-rickshaws will start plying again" The Delhi High Court last week said the ban on plying of "illegal" e-rickshaws in Delhi would continue till the law is amended to bring them under the ambit of the Motor Vehicles Act adding that "what is prohibited by law is not permitted in action" IANS

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