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but trade analysts did tell me that the film did not do the kind of business that was expected. Ferguson led United to a record 20th Premier League title before calling time on his career,the eve of Eid. The government has already ordered shutdown of Internet services of all telecom networks and also mobile telephony except that of the state-run BSNL for the next 72 hours because of the tense law and order situation in the state. When fire officials reached the spot, despite repeated calls to BSES, It is a bunch of largely disconnected sentences written in a manner that reminds one of an infamously awful writer,Amanda McKittrick Ros Consider the following passage from the judgment where Justice Roy is trying to say ‘don’t allow technicalities and ruses to come in the way of upholding the law’: File image of the Supreme Court of India Reuters “Innovative nuances of evidential inadequacies processual infirmities and interpretational subtleties artfully advanced in defence otherwise intangible and inconsequential ought to be conscientiously cast aside with moral maturity and singular sensitivity to uphold the statutory sanctity lest the coveted cause of justice is a causality” Now contrast this with Ros’ Delina Delaney where she attempts to describe the titular character’s reasons for taking up sewing: “She tried hard to keep herself a stranger to her poor old father’s slight income by the use of the finest production of steel whose blunt edge eyed the reely covering with marked greed and offered its sharp dart to faultless fabrics of flaxen fineness” It is said that the Inklings (a group of authors and writers based in Oxford which included JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis) used to hold competitions to see who could read Ros’ works the longest without laughing Justice Roy’s judgment would’ve rendered such a competition a no-contest: it’s practically impossible to read beyond the first paragraph without breaking into a fit of laughter Here’s the curious thing though this is not how Justice Roy writes all his judgments His average judgment dealing largely with criminal cases in the Supreme Court is straightforward with the occasional use of arcane words at about the same frequency as the average Supreme Court judge There is the odd “adumbrated” “judicial renderings” “pellucid” “demurral” and suchlike but the words tend to jump out from the judgments rather than renderthe whole an unreadable and incomprehensible mess What then explains this sudden descent that sounds like he was trying to emulate the nonsensical lyrics of the Hindi song ‘My name is Anthony Gonsalves’ The only other current judge with a tendency for such mindless bombast in judgments is Justice Dipak Misra Justice Roy presided with Justice Misrafor a while in the Supreme Court passing among other things the awful order in the recentNational Anthem case It seems that having had to read Justice Misra’s judgments on a routine basis may have impacted Justice Roy (a possibility that is quite frankly scary) Another possible explanation is that perhaps Justice Roy was hoping to emulate late Justice Krishna Iyer whose concurring opinions were sometimes far more influential than the lead judgments in several cases Arguably Justice Iyer was of the most influential judges in the history of the Supreme Court in terms of how often his judgments are cited and the decisive shift in jurisprudence of the Supreme Court that some of his judgments marked He too was not above occasionally dropping the odd “jejune” “arotic” and “penological synthesis” in his judgments This style of writing was memorably criticised by HM Seervaiin at that time too Many a law student who encounters Justice Iyer’s judgments for the first time has been known to drop the book in surprise or do a double take when confronted with such words Justice Iyer though was no bloviator His concurring opinions always had a fresh line of thinking different from the majority of judges and were expressed in his own inimitable way His judgments were written in prose but could easily spill into poetry A separate piece would be needed to speak about the literary value of Justice Iyer’s judgments but it is enough to say that he was not a man who used words to appear far more intelligent or learned than he was Perhaps the explanation for Justice Roy’s concurring opinion lies in a trend one sees in judges across the board and might have to do with the high-profile nature of a case Two similar recent examples come immediately to mind: Justice Pratibha Rani’s order granting bail to Kanhaiya Kumar and the order of Judge S Lal convicting the Talwars for the murder of their daughter Arushi Talwar Judges who write otherwise comfortingly staid judgments suddenly think it fit to go into reams of bombast and discuss topics they have little grasp of in trying to make their judgment appear more profound than it needs to be The possibility of close scrutiny and detailed discussion of their judgment in public seems to play havoc with a judge’s writing sensibilities Given the enormous political implications of the Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case judgment and the public glare that would lie on the outcome of the case Justice Roy may have felt the need to make everyone aware of his deep and insightful engagement with the issues at hand Unfortunately he has done neither and made a laughing stock of himself and the court The authoris an advocate based in Bengaluru and was senior resident fellow at Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy Views expressed here are personal DIYARBAKIR Turkey (Reuters) – Jailed Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan said on Saturday his militant group’s three-decade insurgency against the Turkish state had become "unsustainable" but stopped short of declaring an immediate end to its armed struggle In a message relayed by Kurdish politicians to tens of thousands gathered in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir the leader of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) urged his militant group to hold a congress on laying down its weapons "This struggle of our 40-year-old movement which has been filled with pain has not gone to waste but at the same time has become unsustainable" Ocalan said in the message read out at a rally to mark the Kurdish "Newroz" New Year celebrations President Tayyip Erdogan then prime minister launched talks with Ocalan in late 2012 to end an insurgency that has killed 40000 people ravaged the region’s economyand tarnished Turkey’s image abroad Progress has been faltering since then but Kurdish faith in Ocalan remains undiminished "History and our people are demanding from us a democratic solution and peace in line with the spirit of the age" he said calling for the congress to determine the PKK’s "political and social strategy in harmony with the spirit of the new period" Young men in green guerrilla outfits and women in brightly coloured dresses danced as patriotic Kurdish songs played over a sound system Organizers claimed a million people attended but there were no official figures from local authorities Large screens each side of a stage showed Ocalan’s face while many waved the flags of his militant group deemed a terrorist organisation by Ankara the United States and the European Union The mere display of Kurdish insignia let alone an image of Ocalan could have brought arrest and imprisonment less than a decade ago It still enrages many nationalists "Kurds are using this day Newroz as an occasion to challenge the state" Devlet Bahceli leader of the nationalist MHP opposition told a party congress accusing the AKP and the PKK of "digging a pit for Turkey" "Those traitors who are throwing Turkey’s future to the fire will be burned in that fire . Don’t test our patience and our love of this nation" The peace efforts have also revealed tensions between Erdogan who seeks executive powers as president but does not constitutionally have them and the government In unusually direct criticism Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc accused Erdogan of being "emotional" and of meddling in government business after he said he did not agree with the establishment of a committee to monitor the peace process a step agreed with Kurdish politicians "It is the government which is running the country" he told reporters "The president speaking like this to the point of criticising our government may wear out the government" ELECTIONS At a "Newroz" event two years ago Ocalan jailed since 1999 on an island near Istanbul declared a ceasefire and said it was "time for guns to fall silent" His fighters began withdrawing to Iraq two months later under a deal envisaging increased rights for Kurds who make up around 20 percent of Turkey’s 78 million population The PKK halted withdrawal in September 2013 blaming government footdragging The ceasefire has largely held but distrust runs deep exacerbated by the perception among Kurds in Turkey that Ankara has done too little to support their brethren fighting against Islamic State militants in neighbouring Syria Tensions are also running high ahead of a June parliamentary election The PKK took up arms to carve out an independent Kurdish homeland in the southeast in 1984 Their now scaled-back demands include autonomy for local governments Kurdish-language education and the overhaul of security-related laws (Additional reporting by Gulsen Solaker in Ankara; Editing by Nick Tattersall and Ralph Boulton) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Written by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published: September 20 2017 2:01 am Delhi High Court (File) Related News Google India and Facebook India have informed the Delhi High Court — in the matter pertaining to a PIL seeking a ban on the Blue Whale challenge — that they are not necessary parties in the case The Delhi Police meanwhile filed a status report in the case before the court While Google India said Google Inc should instead be impleaded Facebook India said that services for users outside the US and Canada were provided by Facebook Ireland The court was hearing a PIL filed by advocate Gurmeet Singh seeking immediate directions to restrain internet firms from uploading any material pertaining to the Blue Whale challenge citing cases of suicide by children in India and abroad Moreover noting that the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on September 4 issued directions to the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government to explore the possibility of banning the game a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar directed the Centre to file an affidavit by October 12 detailing the steps taken to restrict access to the game The Delhi Police in the status report submitted before the High Court however stated that no such case of suicide committed as part of the Blue Whale challenge has been reported from the capital The report also mentioned that they have found no evidence to link the death of a 19-year-old man — in Hauz Khas Village after his fall from an eatery terrace — to the Blue Whale challenge In its report the police also said it has issued an advisory on Twitter for parents and guardians detailing steps they can take to keep their children out of harm’s way Since many teenagers were inquiring about the game through hashtags which was making them prone to become targets police had directed social media service providers to remove any content pertaining to the game The report said police had also asked them to identify any groups which violated the guidelines The report also underlined that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology had on August 14 issued directions to social networking sites including Google Yahoo Microsoft and Twitter to immediately remove the links to the game and report the proponent of the game to law enforcement agencies For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Asha Sarangi | Updated: January 2 2016 12:15 am Susanne Hoeber Rudolph Related News Susanne Rudolph the William Benton Distinguished Service Professor Emerita of Political Science at the University of Chicago passed away in California on December 23 2015 It’s difficult to think that she is no more She lived a life full of academic rigour knowing and loving her colleagues friends students children and her endearing world of social and intellectual life in the US and India With Lloyd Rudolph she lived a majestic life of ideas love friendship and inspiration Such a remarkable and beautiful life of the mind was lived with an enormous degree of care discipline and understanding In her six decades of intense academic engagement with India Susanne along with Lloyd produced a wide range of writings on the political economy of the Indian state caste system cultural politics foreign policies of India and the US politics of education Gandhi Indian democracy Amar Singh’s diary essays on Rajasthan and numerous other subjects of intellectual inquiry Among them the globally acclaimed iconic works like Modernity of Tradition Postmodern Gandhi and In Pursuit of Lakshmi shaped and signalled the paradigmatic shift in the sub-fields of Indian politics comparative politics and area studies within the discipline of political science These writings have been able to provide nuanced interpretative modes of inquiry radically challenging the modernisation thesis of behaviourism that dominated social sciences in the post World War II decades of the 1950s and 1960s and subsequently the dominance of rational choice and the quantitative framework of analysis in political science in the mid-1990s Susanne’s effective interrogation heralded the “perestroika” revolution in the discipline with serious differences and arguments over the limited explanatory power of the rational choice theory Her seminal works on India imbued with her remarkable intellectual self-confidence and strength derived from the non-conformist position she often took on various issues of global concern Among the many prestigious positions that she held her tenures as vice president and president of the American Political Science Association as well as that of the Association of Asian Studies were significant for radically shaping South Asian studies in US academia Apart from numerous intellectual distinctions and awards conferred on her in the US the Indian government recognised her contribution by awarding her the Padma Bhushan in 2014 Susanne was always the most sought-after supervisor for a large number of graduate students intending to pursue their PhDs on India the Middle East or South Asia at the University of Chicago The methodological pluralism and ease with which she dialogued with her students across diverse disciplines was much aspired for by her fellow colleagues While teaching her courses on Max Weber South Asian civilisation the political economy of the Indian state etc she inculcated the argumentative tradition in her students asking them to be interrogatively interpretative and descriptively authentic by engaging with critical facts and events Together with Lloyd she emphasised multi-/inter-/trans-disciplinary methodological perspectives setting in motion new trends of thought discourse and debate among not just political scientists but also sociologists historians area specialists educationists literary critics media specialists and others writing on India It’s rare indeed to find a union of lives thoughts and minds that Susanne and Lloyd embodied That they were popularly known and addressed in India as the Rudolphs signifies their inseparable intellectual partnership Susanne’s Michigan Lake-view home in Chicago was an adda of late evening discussions and debates stirring the imaginative minds of young graduate students (like myself) working on India South Asia the Middle East and other parts of the world The intellectual world of South Asian and Indian Studies has lost one of its most original thinkers whose legacy will continue to live for years to come In this time of absolute grief and pain I along with others would like to celebrate and salute a life so perfectly lived The writer is professor at the Centre for Political Studies JNU New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 13 2017 4:57 pm Roger Federer chatted with the ball boy who caught his 10000th ace (Source: Facebook video) Related News In his first round at Wimbledon Roger Federer brought up an iconic and milestone moment in an already glittering career when he recorded his 10000th career ace in the eighth game Serving at 30-30 to Alexandr Dolgopolov Federer served out wide and banged in his 10000th ace (he had come into Wimbledon needing six aces to reach that figure) Now that iconic ball – as it is the case with most things Federer touches – will be put to charity It made for pretty interesting story for the ball boy Haris Khan too “So when I was on court and Federer hit one of his many aces I didn’t know at that time that actually this ball was one he had hit his 10000th ace with But later on in the evening when I got home and there was a video up for Federer’s 10000th ace That is when I noticed that I had caught the 10000th ace ball” Khan told Wimbledon channel At this time he was interrupted by the seven-time Wimbledon champion himself The Swiss champion queried what was special about the ball and Haris – a little sheepishly – said “This is your 10000th ace ball Once you hit it on my end I picked it” Federer all smiles asked if he could have it and the young ball boy handed it over Federer then suggested it would be a good idea to auction it off to charity “I think it would be a good to auction it off to charity Because memoribilia is a great thing and 10000 is a great great number” said Federer who faces Tomas Berdych in the semi-finals Haris agreed with Federer and highlighted Wimbledon’s charitable history in this regard “I think it’s a great idea Wimbledon has always been so charitable They resell their tickets and that money goes to charity so good to have that continue” he said The ball boy said the single handed backhand by Federer is his favourite shot “It’s definitely the single handed backhand especially when it is down the line Something when I’m ball boy on the court startles me” At that moment Federer shared his experience of being ball boy for two years “I loved it For me to spend time with the players and to be on the same court as them was a big thrill I used to marvel at their rackets and their strings and how they hit shots and now he’s at that same position I loved to hear it” said Roger For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Updated: February 17 2017 9:23 pm Imtiaz Ali took to his Facebook page to release the script of his film Rockstar starring Ranbir Kapoor Related News Director Imtiaz Ali who is currently working with Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma on his next project took to his Facebook page to release the script of his critically acclaimed film Rockstar Imtiaz shared a video speaking much about Rockstar and how he started writing it after Socha Na Tha however but couldn’t complete it until his other hit films Jab We Met and Love Aaj Kal released In the Facebook video Imtiaz says “By this time it acquired a different character Jordan himself acquired a different character This changed the film and I am actually happy that it didn’t get made earlier” More from the world of Entertainment: The Highway director explains how Jordan’s character evolved from what was initially written as a male version of Jab We Met’s Geet to the Jordan that we saw on screen “One of the differences in Jordan was that in the earlier version Jordan spoke very well He was creative and articulate he would joke around and be interesting He was written at the same time as I was working on Geet And Jordan somehow sounded the same way that Geet would have sounded But later when I went back to making the film I realised that Jordan tries to express his feelings and thoughts through music because he couldn’t talk about it It was then that I made Jordan an inarticulate character A character who would more likely make a fool of himself than otherwise” he said Watch | Imtiaz Ali talks about his film Rockstar In the video Imtiaz also talks about his insecurities over not going through tough times as a child He reveals how not just him but many worried over the fact that they hadn’t faced hard situations like most of the legendary creative artistes He asks “My life is so ordinary how can I be extraordinary My childhood was balanced and I never had a big problem I put Jordan through this same situation It is because of this that he seeks heartbreak and in the end it sort of becomes a death wish for him He realises that he doesn’t really want it anymore He doesn’t want what he set out to gain anymore” Jordan’s character in Rockstar was initially creative and articulate however Imtiaz Ali changed that later Imtiaz went on to confesses that he has the most intimate relationship with Rockstar of all his films He has always said that he felt Rockstar is not a perfect film but the script does have this purity the character a complex one to film — and he observes that the movie followed the character and his whims more than the path that it was set out for Also read |Shah Rukh Khan is the happiest working with Imtiaz Ali and Vaibhavi Merchant Rockstar which released in 2011 marked the debut of Nargis Fakhri and also starred Piyush Mishra Aditi Rao Hydari Kumud Mishra and Shammi Kapoor The film went on to win several awards majorly sweeping through all the music honours that year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWhile reading Justice Amitava Roy’s concurring opinion in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case” “All the hard work needed someone to complement her perfectly and Martina and she complement each other perfectly. to learn acting.

Similarly, are said to have been named thus by Mahatma Gandhi to remove the stigma of bonded labour – “Hal” derived from plough and “pati” meaning lord. who will bat next, when Warner made batting look easy as he bludgeoned 145 from 156 balls and the tourists declared their second innings on 303 for five.It was a second century of the match for the left-hander who took his runs total in the series to 543 averaging 91 Warner received support from Chris Rogers (39) and Steve Smith (36 not out) but was the dominant figure in all his partnerships as he scored nearly half his side’s runs Brief scores: Australia 1st innings 494/7 dec & 303/5 dec in 58 overs (D Warner 145 C Rogers 39A Doolan 37; K Abbott 3/61 M Morkel 1/67) vs South Africa 1st innings 287 & 71/4 in 41 overs (H Amla 41 AB De Villiers 16*A Petersen 9;M Johnson 2/31R Harris 1/10) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ifrah Mufti | Chandigrah | Updated: July 5 2014 8:58 am Anuradha Ahluwalia at their Manimajra residence (Source: Express Photo by Jaipal Singh) Related News After 11 years of struggle Abhishek Ahluwalia has finally got justice The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has awarded him a compensation of Rs 70 lakh for suffering the medical negligence because of which his left leg had to be amputated in 2003 The commission presided over by Justice VB Gupta has ordered Dr Sanjay Saluja who runs an orthopedics and physiotherapy clinic in Sector 8 to pay the comensation by a demand draft within three months The commission held that Dr Saluja treated Ahluwalia in a ‘casual manner’ when his leg got fractured while playing in school Abhishek’s mother Anuradha Ahluwalia had approached NCDRC after the Chandigarh Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission rejected her application for compensation The order reads “It is Dr Saluja alone who is to be blamed for such unfortunate incident Accordingly we hold that medical negligence on his part is writ large in this case” The commission said “The doctor had treated the patient in a casual manner and casually applied the dynacast plaster so tight that on regaining consciousness the boy complained about acute pain in his left leg which led to formation of blisters and gangrene in the skin” Abhishek was a student of Class IX at St John’s School Sector 26 when he suffered a tibia (shinbone) fracture in his left leg while playing cricket his favourite game The school authorities helped his mother Anuradha Ahluwalia to contact Dr Saluja’s clinic where an X-ray was done and they were informed that it was a simple fracture Anuradha Ahluwalia got her son admitted at the Inscol hospital where a surgery was performed and dynacast plaster applied by Dr Saluja After the procedure Abhishek complained of severe pain However the doctor said that pain was normal in such operations and would subside in two or three days After four days Abhishek’s leg lost sensation and swelling started increasing Dr Saluja then said that a minor surgical procedure of cutting the muscle to reduce pressure on the leg had to be performed But Abhishek’s condition further deteriorated The doctor then asked his mother to arrange for a ventilator Abhishek was taken to the Government Medical College and Hospital Sector 32 where ventilators were available The doctors there examined him and said that he had multi-organ dysfunction and his arteries had been obstructed causing irreparable damage to the leg muscles below the knee Ahluwalia’s leg had to be amputated to save his life Abhishek now 25-year-old has studied law at Panjab University and is preparing for a judiciary exams His mother said “Since his father is into merchant navy I wanted to see him in the same profession but he wanted to become an engineer However the circumstances were such that he suddenly changed his mood to pursue law” She said that compensation was never their concern they wanted to see the careless doctor punished For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Melbourne | Updated: December 27 2014 10:28 am With the temperature nearly freezing the queue for coffee was long at the MCG Related News Friday morning was frigid It was freezing The temperatures around Melbourne ranged from 9 to 14 degrees It was one of those mornings where you had to grit your teeth to even get out of bed It seemed like a dare And they still say it is summer over here You were only shivering more as you reached the MCG with the cold breeze smacking against the face almost like you were walking past a massive open refrigerator It was a day where the queues around the coffee shops in and around the MCG seemed longer than those at the beer stations It was a day suited for settling down in a cosy jumper and holding a warm cuppa Yet within the first two hours of the Test 21 unruly fans had been evicted from the G for having had one too many pints and being suitably worse for wear “How could anyone get drunk on such a morning in such weather” you wondered That too on beer Even if you are Australian But this was Boxing Day A day on which anything goes Adding colour The William Barak Bridge that connects the bustling Flinders Street to the MCG had been teeming with people since the wee hours of Friday morning There was an assortment of Australian cricket jerseys on view ranging from the 80s 90s to the noughties But the Indian jerseys too were making their presence felt en route to the G Just how 40000 people entered the venue without any fuss or mayhem seemed as unfathomable as the high number of drunks by lunch-time It was just that easy Or so it seemed The members were all there each looking dapper than the next with collared shirts a must to go anywhere near their enclosure Some preferred covering themselves in Australian flags some chose the more conventional techniques like cardigans and pullovers But the atmosphere around the G was just about to heat up Gonnneee: Lawry The Boxing Day Test has over the years become like this mythological epic that you grow up hearing about and have a fair idea of the atmosphere thanks to Channel 9 and the coverage in India But being there at the MCG with minutes for the first ball can be surreal Even if it was far from a full-house by the time David Warner and Chris Rogers walked out to the middle Full-house or not the roar that went up as soon as Ishant Sharma began his run-up for the first ball was deafening On the ear-wig it was a familiar voice welcoming the world to the MCG Bill Lawry was back in business and leading the charge Within minutes the former Australian captain and legendary commentator would unleash his customary “Gonnnneeee…” as Warner edged Umesh Yadav to Shikhar Dhawan at third-slip Lawry had come alive MCG had come alive Boxing Day had come alive The crowd just kept increasing in the thousands as the day wore on and before long there were over 60000 crammed into the vastness of the MCG By the second session the action in Bay 13 had picked up The beach-balls were being bounced around a lot more passionately The calls for the Mexican Wave were getting more demanding by the minute with every section that refused to bow down to their demands being booed vociferously The Swami Army were being as vocal as any of the other sections and the Indians kept them interested for a major part of the day Debutant Joe Burns received a rousing reception and the young Queenslander’s first runs were cheered as raucously as if he had scored a ton or like Lawry put it “like he was Victorian” The queues towards the coffee shops remained long but as the final session arrived demands for cooler liquids had taken over even if the mercury levels didn’t rise to any great extent And the roar that welcomed the final ball of the day was as rousing as the earlier one Only that there were around 40000 more people who were making themselves heard around the MCG This was Boxing Day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News The travel ban could affect an Asian Cup qualifier football match between Malaysia and North Korea scheduled for October 5 in Pyongyang. 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