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(IE, Related News The smartwatch market globally is expected to witness a boost in the second half of 2017, some of the largest cattle markets are hosted by Bihar, Let’s follow Sejal to Delhi to [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]/erOuBe8zpK — Red Chillies Ent (@RedChilliesEnt) August 1 2017 Recently on the international promotion front the two also promoted their film in Abu Dhabi Jab Harry Met Sejal is scheduled for a August 4 release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNavy Day is observed annually on 4 December to celebrate the Indian Navy’s achievements and commemorate the sacrifices made by its personnel But the specificity of the date holds an underlying story of the force’s valour that brought victory for India in the 1971 war against Pakistan The date commemorates the launch of Operation Trident a devastating attack on the Pakistan Naval Headquarters of Karachi during the 1971 war During the attack three Vidyut-class missile boats two anti-submarine vehicles and a tanker of the Indian Navy successfully sank the enemy’s minesweeper a destroyer and an ammunition supply ship The attack was carried out at night as intelligence confirmed that Pakistan did not have aircrafts that could carry out bombings at night The operation was deemed a big success as zero casualties were incurred on the Indian side while five Pakistani sailors and over 700 men were injured in the attack But the Indian Navy’s military contributions go beyond its significant role in the 1971 war and the liberation of Bangladesh there are several interesting aspects to the navy’s campaign Representational image Reuters Versatile capabilities Not only did it fight on two fronts but almost the entire gamut of naval operations came to play in the 1971 war This included aircraft carrier operations in support of the land offensive anti-submarine operations that led to neutralising of the Pakistan submarine Ghazi offensive attack by missile boats and blockade of then East Pakistan coast More recently during the Kargil conflict in 1999 and later during Operation Parakram the Indian Navy by its offensive posturing bottled the Pakistani ships inside their harbours and effectively kept the war localised and the situation on aneven keel Similarly Indian Navy’s role in Operation Pawan India’s prolonged engagement in Sri Lanka has not got the attention it arguably deserved Spread over three years the navy was involved in support of the army transportation of troops and material amphibious operations seaward cordon militaire shore bombardment special operations and airborne surveillance Most remarkably several smaller ships based in Visakhapatnam and Chennai excelled at giving a good account of themselves in hostile conditions Today it operates in all three dimensions: On above and below water; most of its ships are indigenously built andit is among the few navies to build and operate an array of platforms from aircraft carriers to nuclear submarines But numbers alone do not tell the whole story Of particular significance is the fact that the navy has built excellent capacities – both human and material – in several disciplines such as hydrography special operations integration engineering doctrine writing underwater medicine and disaster relief to name a few These capacities have been particularly useful when the Indian Navy’s achievements in different domains are analysed If one were to evaluate in terms of roles that navies classically play – military constabulary (policing) diplomatic and benign (including humanitarian assistance) — the Indian Navy can be said to have ticked all boxes with high scores A self-reliant force Navy Day is a good occasion to reflect on its journey and evaluate its progress over the last 70 years The Indian Navy was an exceedingly small force at the dawn of Independence and while being a product of both its British inheritance and the maritime DNA of our forebears is largely a post-independence construct Despite the many problems that besieged the newly independent country — and by extension its navy — such as low industrial base problems on our land borders made it imperative to focus on the army and the air force But the navy was not short on vision As early as 1948 it drew up ambitious plans for a balanced navy that would consist of light aircraft carriers submarines destroyers cruisers auxiliaries and associated training and maintenance infrastructure Seen against this backdrop the Indian Navy has grown quietly but steadily From a force of less than half a dozen sloops to one that has 135 ships and 235 aircraft most state-of-the-art is indeed an impressive story The notable point is that it’s a self-reliant force The Indian Navy was a pioneer of ‘Make in India’ which was an article of faith for it Compared to the army and the air force the navy is way ahead in the indigenous content of its combat units Though it has a long way to go every ship that gets constructed has more indigenous content than its predecessor and is an improvement over the previous one India’s Indigenous Aircraft Carrier P-71 "Vikrant" Reuters Award-winning innovations On Monday award-winning innovations by the force will be on display at the ‘Innovation Pavilion’ put up at the Navy House in New Delhi PTIreported These include the innovations by Indian Naval Ships ‘Kuthar’ and ‘Vikramaditya’ which have been selected as the winner and runner-up respectively in the ‘Operational Units’ category The innovations by the Weapons Electronic Systems Engineering Establishment (WESEE) and Naval Aircraft Yard Kochi were selected as the winner and runner-up respectively in the ‘Shore Establishments’ category As a run-up to the Navy Day 20 innovations were shortlisted from those submitted by units and establishments across the navy for central evaluation a defence ministry statement said They range from innovative repairs to complex system modules to development of new techniques that would save money time and manpower it added A boost to foreign policy The increased mettle and muscle of our navy provides much more traction to our foreign policy initiatives be it in enhancing cooperation with big powers or in providing a palpable physical dimension to the Act East Policy Further the Indian Navy’s own international initiatives are wide and encompass several arenas They include multilateral forums such as Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) and the MILAN meetings joint exercises with several nations assistance in capacity building to nations in the Indian Ocean neighbourhood hydrographic surveys providing training to many foreign navy personnel and hosting events like the International Fleet Review in February 2016 or more recently the Goa Maritime Conclave last month The disaster situations could be natural such as the Tsunami of 2004 or cyclonic storms that recur with great regularity in the Bay of Bengal or they could be caused by human intervention such as what occurred in Lebanon in 2006 Libya in 2011 or Yemen in 2015 The latter cases are often messy and often also involve evacuation of non-combatants and deployment in conflict zones There will indeed be some areas that provide scope for improvement Further indigenisation of weapons ordnance and systems and gaps in inventory are issues that are attracting the attention of decision makers There is also need for the development of expertise among its personnel in a range of subjects such as foreign languages international law energy security area studies and economics But overall it would be fair to say that the ‘Silent Service’ of the Indian Navy at 70 is a success story With inputs from IANS By: PTI | Pune | Published: January 31 2017 9:46 pm Top News India’s non-playing captain Anand Amritraj was upbeat ahead of the Asia Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie against New Zealand to be played in Pune from February 3 to 5 but cautioned the Kiwis should not be taken lightly Speaking at the pre-draw press conference Amritraj who will be leading the side for the last time said; “Obviously I would like to leave with a win So I am quite optimistic about it (the tie)” “The team is playing well We are not taking these guys (New Zealand) lightly though I know how tough these guys are I know how tough they were in 2015 when we last played them in Christchurch So we know what they are when they play in Davis Cup So we are going to play one match at a time and hope for the best” said Amritraj The pre-draw press conference was also attended by Yuki Bhambri Ramkumar Ramanathan Saketh Myneni and coach Zeeshan Ali Amritraj felt that the three youngsters in the team have huge potential “All these three boys are capable of getting into the Top 100 and then you will have whole different perspective of the game” he said Bhambri ranked ranked 378 said he was happy to be back in the team after being forced out against the World Group play-off tie against Spain at Delhi in September last due to an injury “I am making a comeback from injury I missed being part of the team last year and I am happy to be back It is hard to watch from sidelines sitting at home and not do a bit for my country” he said “I feel I am at my best now and I feel good I have had good tough matches recently and that should help this weekend” he added Looking ahead to the tie Saketh Myneni world ranked No 199 in the singles echoed his sentiments saying: “It is always an honour to play for the country” The tie to be played at the Balewadi Sports Complex will see Puneites witnessing a Davis Cup tie after a gap of over four decades The last Davis tie between India and Russia was held at the Deccan Gymkhana in the city centre in 1974 Amritraj said the think tank had not decided on the doubles combination as yet and a call will be taken about the partner for veteran Leander Paes after the first day’s singles matches “At this time we’ve not decided anything…not the singles definitely not the doubles Doubles pairing we will decide on Friday night after two singles matches It all depends on how Friday’s matches go” he said “For last three years we were lucky to have two guys play singles and two to play doubles It’s been easy Here it is little bit more complicated Though I don’t think it makes any big difference when you play Davis Cup “It all comes to what you do in three hours on court out there You have to go out there and give it the best shot Play the heart out and compete and win five set match Here in Davis Cup it is more guts and tennis If you saw (Roger) Federer-(Rafael) Nadal match (Australian Open) both semis and final “It is all about putting it all out there and staying with it I would like to pick the best two singles players who can perform at his best under these conditions and best doubles team to give us the best options” Amritraj said “Obviously we’d like to win 3-0 but itIdnia’s going to be difficult against this team (New Zealand)” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 29 2016 4:02 am Top News One person was killed and at least 20 others including nine policemen were injured in a clash after a mob blocked National Highway-34 at Farakka in Murshidabad on Sunday morning demanding restoration of electricity to a village Till Sunday night 21 people had been arrested Two live bombs were also recovered from the spot Locals said that they had organised an agitation demanding steps to correct the highly irregular electricity supply to Jhikra village and the police had opened fire on them The deceased identified as Jamal Sheikh (28) was a resident of Balidapukur While protesters claimed he was hit by a bullet fired by policemen the police maintained he was killed in firing by members of the mob Jamal was rushed to a hospital in Jangipur where he declared brought dead on arrival Anuj Sharma ADG (Law and Order) said Jamal’s body with multiple injuries on the back was found at a distance of around 200 metres from the spot where the clash took place “It was not clear if he was injured by bullets or bomb splinters He could have been injured while locals attacked the police or when he was trying to flee the spot” Sharma said Hundreds of villagers squatted on the highway on Sunday morning protesting against the non-availability of power resulting in a traffic jam A team from Farakka police station arrived at the spot to disperse the crowd When the villagers refused to lift the blockade a heated argument followed An irate mob then started pelting stones at the police and damaged two of their vehicles Fifteen buses and a car of a local government official were also damaged Initially the police resorted to lathicharge but later they too started pelting stones at the mob said sources The police also claimed that villagers had hurled crude bombs at them Samir Ranjan Lala OC of Farakka police station had received a head injury while eight other police officers had sustained injuries Though the police were initially outnumbered additional force arrived later “The mob had gone unruly so we had to fire three rounds in the air But the one who died had been behind by hundreds of others So it is unlikely that he died of a bullet injury” said Murshidabad Additional SP Angshuman Lala The crowd thinned a bit after 1 pm but the area remained tense till late in the day For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janerio | Updated: August 7 2016 2:22 am Games organisers apologised for dropping the ball on the first day of full competition the morning after a dazzling opening ceremony (Source: Reuters) Top News The Rio de Janeiro Olympics got off to a shambolic start on Saturday with fans queuing for hours to enter the stadium and some missing their events as many athletes competed in front of eerily empty stands Games organisers apologised for dropping the ball on the first day of full competition the morning after a dazzling opening ceremony as iconic venues such as beach volleyball on the famed Copacabana beach saw only a few hundred spectators Outside lines stretched for several blocks as angry fans stood in the scorching sun waiting as security staff struggled “Indeed we have problems in some (security checkpoints) in the Olympic Park and we apologise for everybody standing in line outside the venues” Games spokesman Mario Andrada told reporters “We need to upgrade that part of the Games We moved people from Rio 2016 (organisation) to speed up the mag and bag (security checks) and within the next hours we will be in much better shape” He said he hoped no fan had missed competitions they had bought tickets for but many Brazilians were left fuming “I don’t believe it It’s absurd ridiculous” said Rio resident Natalia Carvalho 28 who had wanted to see Brazilian gymnast and medal hopeful Arthur Zanetti compete Instead she entered the stadium only after he had finished his rings presentation with thousands more waiting to enter the Olympic park site of several venues “I always said that what I most wanted to see was Zanetti in the rings It’s a lack of respect for the fan that bought tickets It’s a shame” she said Games organisers blamed the snafu on a lack of coordination between various groups of security personnel including the police Games staff and private security firms What should have been a celebration of the start of South America’s first Olympics instead turned into a damage-control operation with Andrada vowing an immediate improvement “It is the first morning of the Olympic crowd and some of the systems did not talk to each other It was a problem of coordination We need to explain to the public We owe them an explanation and we owe them an excuse” Only a few hundred spectators made it into the gymnastics arena which can seat 13500 people The boxing venue also had many empty seats on Saturday morning as the first professionals in Olympics history entered the ring Handball matches also saw far from full stands as did the hockey tournament “We hope to clear the lines in the Olympic park” Andrada said admitting some people had waited as long as 90 minutes “We feel sorry for the people who are there Some time in line is acceptable but there needs to be a balance” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 4 2015 2:17 am The study noted that most children living in slums were from migrant families and they had to bear the maximum impact of urban poverty as their caregivers were often away from home for work Related News Nearly 50 per cent of the children living in the slums of Delhi — under six years of age — are underweight according to a study conducted among 500 such children by volunteers of NGO Child Rights and You (CRY) The study also found that 45 per cent of the children suffered from stunted growth while less than one third of them — about 31 per cent — had received at least one dose of the recommended vaccination The study noted that most children living in slums were from migrant families and they had to bear the maximum impact of urban poverty as their caregivers were often away from home for work Share This Article Related Article It also found a pattern of gender imbalance in the process of immunisation: 39 per cent of the boys surveyed had received at least one dose of essential vaccines as compared to only 25 per cent of the girls Only 47 per cent of children in Delhi’s slums below six years of age were found to be enrolled in Aanganwadi centres About half of the children surveyed had not received nutritional supplements like Vitamin A and Iron and Folic Acid tablets and nearly a third had not been de-wormed found the survey The study was also conducted in slums in other metros — Mumbai Chennai Bengaluru and Kolkata — and included 1260 children According to the study Chennai had the most number of malnourished children — 622 per cent — in its slums As many as 49 per cent children in Kolkata’s slums and 41 per cent in the slums of Mumbai were found to be underweight stated the study Bengaluru fared slightly better with 33 per cent children in its slums found to be underweight as per the study The study also found that the quality of service to children was more effective in Aanganwadis than other institutions For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related Newshowever, says filmmakers have become too lazy to cast her in different roles. 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specifically considered the question as to whether a person enjoying reserved category benefit under the ST category in one state can continue to do the same in another state. Kanwat had first challenged the refusal to his application for an admission to a post-graduate course in UP on September 15 but a single-judge bench of the court had dismissed his petition.