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Otto Infinito — that is a stone’s throw away — and Hakkasan.GJM candidates are set to be elected unopposed in at least 22 of the 45 seats.the Delhi government had announced subsidy to negate its effect on voters in an election year, 2013 12:14 am Related News Mount Carmel School,000 to the village court chief.holidays and transfer.” Varun has written lyrics in “That Girl In Yellow Boots”,“Gangs of Wasseypur” “Prague” “Katiyabaaz” “Ankhon Dekhi”and “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 9 2017 12:43 pm Ezekiel Kemboi trailing in men’s 3000m steeplechase (Source: AP) Top News Kenya’s four-time world champion Ezekiel Kemboi said Tuesday’s world championship final where he finished 11th would be his last outing in the 3000 metres steeplechase Although he has previously backtracked on declarations to quit the event that he has dominated for more than a decade Kemboi 35 insisted that this time he meant it “This was my last steeplechase race You will never see me run the race again” said the man who had won the previous four world titles and finished second in the three before that “I am launching my road race career in two weeks with a 10km road race a half marathon in December and a full marathon in April next year Kemboi was in contention until the final lap but could not respond when compatriot and Olympic champion Conseslus Kipruto accelerated and went on to win in eight minutes 1412 seconds Moroccan Soufiane Elbakkali took silver and American Evan Jager bronze as Kemboi went backwards and recorded his worst finish in a major steeplechase “I am not disappointed Contrary to many peoples’ opinion I am happy to be here in London for my eighth “World Championships” he said “Not many athletes are blessed with such staying power – it has been a long career Kipruto was less than 10-years-old when I won my first major title” Although Kipruto’s victory maintained Kenya’s astonishing dominance of the gruelling event Kemboi said it was not guaranteed to continue “You can no longer say this is a Kenyan race Probably we will need new coaching techniques and tactics we need to modify our coaching to return to where we were” he said Kemboi won his first major steeplechase medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games where he took silver and went on to take Olympic gold in 2004 and 2012 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: June 24 2017 6:06 am Top News Body of a boy who had fallen in an irrigation canal at Shapar village near Morbi was fished out 28 hours later on Friday after Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Limited (SSNNL) reduced the flow of water in the canal and the fire brigade divers located the body Divers of Rajkot and Morbi fire brigades managed to enter the RCC siphon structure on Dhrangadhra Branch Canal (DBC) of the Narmada project at around 4 pm “Since divers were unable to locate the body we asked SSNNL to reduce the flow in the canal The boy was trapped in the siphon” Morbi collector Ishwar Patel said The boy was identified as Sahel Devipujak (7) son of Vijay Devipujak Police said that Sahel had gone to Shapar with his mother to sell used garments when he slipped into the canal on Thursday afternoon “Divers were unable to enter the siphon After the water flow reduced they finally managed to get to him more than 24 hours after he had slipped He was rushed to a local hospital in Morbi but doctors declared him brought dead” Rajesh Vyas Morbi Taluka sub-inspector said SSNNL officers said they stopped the water discharge for around 17 hours Morbi taluka police have registered a case of accidental death and launched an investigation For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | Published: October 1 2017 12:19 am There are no official estimates of the number of ragpickers in Delhi But many at Ghazipur have been born near the 45 metre-high garbage dump Almost all of them are Muslim originally from Bihar Bengal or Assam (Express photo by Oinam Anand) Related News The 10-year-old explains the rules of the game to the seven-year-old: climb to the top of the mountain as quickly as possible scan for treasures and avoid the monsters Childhood is nothing if not imagining the world differently shaping it to forms that one wants it to be Here the game is real though The mountain is one made out of toxic trash the treasure the children scan for is part of the waste — anything from glass bottles to human hair — and the monsters are the kites that swoop past them Not much has changed at the Ghazipur landfill in east Delhi over the past years Before Arshad 10 and Ali 7 there were other children The vultures that flew here when their parents were children have long since disappeared from Delhi’s skies The kites remain as do the games that make their daily lives — a routine of collecting garbage and swimming through filth — seem fun Arshad and Ali are one of the many children living in the slum next to Ghazipur landfill Their father is dead They have no memory of him Their mother Roshana Bibi has little time to talk even less to ensure that her sons are safe They work like their mother collecting garbage and selling it at paltry sums to make ends meet “Hair sells well It’s hard to find Glass bottles and plastic bottles sell less well since the GST But garbage is only good when it’s fresh Glass bottles can break and plastic bottles can be hard to clean You have to get it quickly” says Ali knowledgeably even as his brother continues scanning the mountain bending down at intervals when his practised eyes spot some “treasure” Looking for gold: Children look for ‘treasures’ at the Ghazipur landfill (Express photo by Oinam Anand) There are no official estimates of the number of ragpickers in Delhi But many at Ghazipur have been born near the 45 metre-high garbage dump Almost all of them are Muslim originally from Bihar Bengal or Assam — migrants with few identification documents and fewer rights The day a section of the Ghazipur landfill came crashing down last month killing two people and pushing four vehicles off the road into a canal all of them were at the evening prayer for Eid “The two who died were on the street But here if we had died do you think anyone would have cared People die here” says Rukhsana 12 as she distractedly helps her mother in sorting out a motley of waste Childhood and its games are already a thing of the past for her Teenage girls here rarely play at the landfill their routines are more “home-bound”: cooking food when the adults leave usually a simple fare of chokha rice and dal The afternoons are spent sorting out the waste preparing for the next day’s sales Shabana 7 still has a few years left to play Her favourite game is a modified version of hopscotch where she and her friends jump over puddles of sludge the marker being whatever trinket is rescued from the garbage dump “You won’t believe some of the things they throw away One day I found a doll I still have it It was a little dirty But there was nothing wrong with it at all” she says With no landfill space in Delhi some waste “unofficially” still trickles into the landfill mostly animal carcasses (Express photo by Oinam Anand) There are schools here at Ghazipur — one run by the EDMC one by an NGO and the third a private school Since the landslide the Lieutenant Governor had declared a complete ban on the landfill issuing orders to have it cleared within the next two years The classroom games revolving around math and language have stopped for now With new waste not coming in these children have a far harder game to try and ace “It’s about survival really Every day when I leave the house I tell the children that each day we eat what we earn Every one likes eating If we manage to earn a fair bit we can have fish or egg So the children know that they need to help” explains Shabnam Khatun 27 Inside her shanty — stitched together from cardboard and nylon — her two-year-old son waits In this world of garbage and diseases — cancer asthma and stomach illnesses are common — the children know that the games they play are deadly With no landfill space in Delhi some waste “unofficially” still trickles into the landfill mostly animal carcasses But it’s become harder for the rag-pickers to be allowed on to the waste mountain with officials fearful of another casualty Meanwhile hurried plans monitored by the NGT are underway to reduce the existing waste pile Each game the children play raises the stakes The trash still spills out of the city but is no longer making their way to their vicinity The games are slowing down For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: The transatlantic diplomatic rift widened on Tuesday as US president Donald Trump responded to criticism from Chancellor Angela Merkel with a new attack on German trade tactics and defence spending Trump’s spokesman Sean Spicer insisted that the leaders "get on very well" but —as is often the case —his warm words from the White House podium were overshadowed by the president’s intemperate tweets When Trump returned over the weekend from the first foreign trip of his presidency his aides hailed the tour as a success and a sign of renewed and bolder US leadership on the world stage File image of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Donald Trump AP But while Trump received a warm welcome in Saudi Arabia and Israel he left behind a bitter taste in Europe after the NATO summit in Brussels and the G7 get-together of the world’s richest powers in Sicily European leaders were especially dismayed by Trump’s refusal to reaffirm US support for last year’s Paris climate change accord and his failure to publicly endorse NATO’s mutual defence pledge Germany until recently Washington’s closest partner in Europe was particularly discomfited and Merkel wasted no time in warning German voters that the United States can no longer be relied upon as before Trump’s response came in the early hours of Tuesday when he took to Twitter to once again demand that Germany renegotiate the terms of transatlantic trade and boost its defence spending "We have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on NATO & military" Trump wrote in his flamboyantly undiplomatic style "Very bad for US This will change" We have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on NATO & military Very bad for US This will change — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 30 2017 ‘Trump was not aggressive’ German officials have repeatedly insisted that as a member of the European Union they cannot conduct bilateral trade talks with the US and that they are not ready to dramatically increase military spending In January the White House accused Germany of exploiting an undervalued euro to boost its trade advantage despite Berlin’s long opposition to the European Central Bank’s loose monetary policy And even after he held a frosty meeting with Merkel in Washington in March and heard her explain Germany has no independent non-EU trade policy Trump continues to complain about Germany’s surplus According to the German weekly Der Spiegel Trump told European officials in Brussels last week that "the Germans are bad very bad" Spicer gamely tried to deny the report insisting that European Commission chairman Jean-Claude Juncker had confirmed that "Trump was not aggressive on German trade surplus" But after Merkel and other senior German officials who are campaigning ahead of September national elections in their own country spent the weekend attacking Trump the US leader returned to the theme ‘Weakening the West’ Not only does the spat continue but Merkel has seized upon it as an opportunity —in the wake of the election of Emmanuel Macron as a pro-Europe French president —to rally Europe around her leadership She warned German voters that her experience in dealing with Trump at NATO and the G7 had convinced her that the times when Europe could rely on Washington and London "are coming to an end" "Transatlantic ties are of paramount importance to us. but the current situation gives more reasons for. us to take our destiny in our own hands" she said Tuesday "Europe must become a player active in international affairs" German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel was even more blunt on Monday slamming the US president’s "short-sighted" policies that have "weakened the West" and hurt European interests "The short-sighted policies of the American government stand against the interests of the European Union" he warned judging that "the West has become smaller at least it has become weaker" Speaking just days after Trump promised to sell Saudi Arabia $110 billion worth of arms in order to deter Iran Gabriel accused Washington of fuelling religious conflict And he warned against "accelerating climate change by weakening environmental protection" British anti-EU politician Nigel Farage who has built a bond with Trump accused Merkel and Juncker of triggering a row with Washington deliberately to further the "anti-democratic" goal of a German-led European state "Believe me I know Trump and I know the people around him He is not going to kick NATO into touch provided people pay their way" Farage claimed "Merkel and Juncker actually want to see the Americans leaving Europe And I regard that far from being good for peace actually as being very dangerous" Trump said he will give his verdict on the Paris accord later this week and has warned that Washington may pull out of a pact that European leaders see as the last best hope to slow global warming Mumbai | Published: February 4 2014 4:15 am Related News The last time Gautam Gambhir turned up for Rest of India (ROI) in an Irani Cup tie was back in October 2006 Back then his Test career was only 13 matches and a solitary century old and he hadn’t donned India colours for close to a year That game against Uttar Pradesh at Nagpur in many ways was a platform to launch a comeback to the national team for the left-handed opener For the record he returned scores of 20 and 64 not out in his team’s massive win In five days’ time at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore Gambhir will find himself in the same position all over again as he returns to the ROI team after a eight-year gap-older wiser battle-hardened and probably more desperate than ever before to make a mark And he will be up against a quality Karnataka bowling attack led by skipper Vinay Kumar and ably supported by Abhimanyu Mithun and Stuart Binny The 32-year-old veteran will not be the only out-of-favour star trying to prove a point as the ROI team will be skippered by Gambhir’s longtime teammate Harbhajan Singh The combative off-spinner had recently insisted that he hadn’t given up the fight in terms of winning his place back in the Indian Test team The Irani tie only the fourth of his first-class career will provide him with his best chance to back those bold proclamations with ball in hand that too against an in-form and formidable Karnataka batting line-up End for Sehwag Yuvraj While Gambhir and Harbhajan are the stand-out names in the ROI squad that otherwise consists of an array of leading performers from the Ranji Trophy this season the selectors found no place for Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh It could well mean that Sandeep Patil & Co have slammed the doors on Sehwag and Yuvraj at least as far as Test cricket is concerned Sehwag will be 36 by the time the next domestic season rolls in The explosive Delhi opener turned middle-order batsman managed only 279 runs in 10 matches this year having begun the season with a string of failures against a not-too-flash West Indies A attack Yuvraj on the other hand failed to come up with even a single noteworthy performance with the bat during his intermittent stints with the Punjab team apart from having lost his place in the Indian ODI team In contrast Gambhir and Harbhajan have kept themselves in the selectors’ radar even though Patil’s panel haven’t seemed too keen on going back to the old guard There is a chance that India’s disastrous performances overseas of late could well alter that approach Or that’s what the two veterans will be hoping for anyway Gambhir scored 712 runs in nine first-class matches at an average of 5085 with two centuries having started the season with a grappling ton against West Indies A in Hubli Though his statistics were impressive they might not have been eye-catching enough to demand for an immediate recall A potential return to the Test team will depend as much on what he does at the Chinnaswamy Stadium as it will on how Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan go in Auckland and Wellington over the next two weeks Harbhajan was pretty much the same in terms of his returns with the ball A single five-wicket haul in seven Ranji matches is unlikely to entail an ‘outstanding’ remark if he had to indulge in a self-appraisal But the spirited off-spinner with over 400 Test wickets kept nibbling away eventually finishing with 23 scalps at a decent average of 2313 apiece Harbhajan who led Punjab to the semifinals of the Ranji Trophy will also have the responsibility of leading a side that will have Jiwanjot Singh partnering Gambhir at the top of the order and the middle-order bolstered by the likes of Maharashtra’s Kedar Jadhav and Ankit Bawne and Tamil Nadu’s Baba Aparajith He will also have seasoned leg-spinner Amit Mishra for company in the spin department along with J&K all-rounder Parvez Rasool For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Michael Radford,” a source said. 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