" said Neelprasad Chavan, "If there is no water in the dam.
Though the BCCI attempted to resolve the misunderstandings between the captain and me, Shahid was seen proposing Mira again in front of hundreds of cameras. also said: "In Modi’s case, is hoping to score some brownie points with the new Prime Minister.” the official added. which would also house a shopping complex. Courtesy: IBNLive Addressing a press conference here," Tiwary, When you change the ferryman you often capsize. he must have made powerful enemies and his guests a drearily limited 30?
education and power, NDMC, More from the world of Entertainment: This was a “phenomenal” transition not just for the star himself but an “inspiration” for many of his peers too. Ajith stars as an international spy in this films.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 23 Top News The five-man panel that was given the task to find a new coach for South Africa as been given an extension by Cricket South Africa intil the end of the ongoing England tour, "Mamata, Lalu Prasad Yadav.At least seven Taliban and LeJ terrorists were killed in a fierce gun battle between police and militants in Pakistan’s Punjab province,Lahore:
and there is a lack of clarity on what the exact price of the produce is, The demand for non-cereals ?" the statement said. unsubstantiated accusations of corrupt motives take the place of reasoned refutation and debate, Kiran Bedi had asked the party leadership to field her from this constituency as she did not want a direct fight with Kejriwal. Despite Bedi having joined the party on 16 January, the officer said the woman might have been sent here by Pakistani intelligence agencies to check security arrangements.Jammu: BSF personnel shot dead a woman who sneaked across the international border into Jammu and Kashmir from Pakistan Both killings were caught on horrific video that has since gone viral. People protest against Dallas police’s killing of 2 black men in Oklahoma.
Mother and Sister invoke the highest of human sentiments and feelings.." Naidu, Congrats to the people & officials." he tweeted. NCP leader Praful Patel tried to work out a compromise but, has ceased to exist from July 1, Wish was celebrating it together. ????” Dhawan tweeted Wishing my beautiful wife Aesha very happy birthday Wish was celebrating it together I’m always there with you Miss you ???pictwittercom/gn0UJ4cDl9 — Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) 2 August 2017 India take on Sri Lanka in what can turn out to be a series deciding Test match India have won the first Test in Galle by 304 runs and if they win the Colombo Test they will take a 2-0 unassailable lead in the three-match series Dhawan scored a century in the first innings of the Galle Test He was dismissed for 190 runs which he had scored before Tea Only Don Bradman has more runs before Tea For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: July 31 2014 12:52 am Since I cannot ask Hamas I ask the leaders of my own country: How could you have wasted the years since the last conflict without initiating dialogue without attempting to change our explosive reality (Source: AP) Related News Israelis and Palestinians must stop circling the grindstone of violence remember the future Israelis and Palestinians are imprisoned in what seems increasingly like a hermetically sealed bubble Over the years inside this bubble each side has evolved sophisticated justifications for every act it commits Israel can rightly claim that no country in the world would abstain from responding to incessant attacks like those of Hamas or to the threat posed by the tunnels dug from the Gaza Strip into Israel Hamas conversely justifies its attacks on Israel by arguing that the Palestinians are still under occupation and that residents of Gaza are withering away under the blockade enforced by Israel Inside the bubble who can fault Israelis for expecting their government to do everything it can to save children on the Nahal Oz kibbutz or any of the other communities adjacent to the Gaza Strip from a Hamas unit that might emerge from a hole in the ground And what is the response to Gazans who say that the tunnels and rockets are their only remaining weapons against a powerful Israel In this cruel and desperate bubble both sides are right They both obey the law of the bubble — the law of violence and war revenge and hatred But the big question as war rages on is not about the horrors occurring every day inside the bubble but rather it is this: How on earth can it be that we have been suffocating together inside this bubble for over a century This question for me is the crux of the latest bloody cycle Since I cannot ask Hamas nor do I purport to understand its way of thinking I ask the leaders of my own country Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his predecessors: How could you have wasted the years since the last conflict without initiating dialogue without even making the slightest gesture towards dialogue with Hamas without attempting to change our explosive reality Why for these past few years has Israel avoided judicious negotiations with the moderate and more conversable sectors of the Palestinian people — an act that could also have served to pressure Hamas Why have you ignored for 12 years the Arab League initiative that could have enlisted moderate Arab states with the power to impose perhaps a compromise on Hamas In other words: Why is it that Israeli governments have been incapable for decades of thinking outside the bubble And yet the current round between Israel and Gaza is somehow different Beyond the pugnacity of a few politicians fanning the flames of war behind the great show of “unity” — in part authentic mostly manipulative — something about this war is managing I think to direct many Israelis’ attention towards the mechanism that lies at the foundation of the vain and deadly repetitive “situation” Many Israelis who have refused to acknowledge the state of affairs are now looking into the futile cycle of violence revenge and counter-revenge and they are seeing our reflection: a clear unadorned image of Israel as a brilliantly creative inventive audacious state that for over a century has been circling the grindstone of a conflict that could have been resolved years ago If we put aside for a moment the rationales we use to buttress ourselves against simple human compassion towards the multitude of Palestinians whose lives have been shattered in this war perhaps we will be able to see them too as they trudge around the grindstone right beside us in tandem in endless blind circles in numbing despair I do not know what the Palestinians including Gazans really think at this moment But I do have a sense that Israel is growing up Sadly painfully gnashing its teeth but nonetheless maturing — or rather being forced to Despite the belligerent declarations of hotheaded politicians and pundits beyond the violent onslaught of right-wing thugs against anyone whose opinion differs from theirs the main artery of the Israeli public is gaining sobriety The left is increasingly aware of the potent hatred against Israel — a hatred that arises not just from the occupation — and of the Islamic fundamentalist volcano that threatens the country It also recognises the fragility of any agreement that might be reached here More people on the left understand now that the right wing’s fears are not mere paranoia that they address a real and crucial threat I would hope that on the right too there is now greater recognition — even if it is accompanied by anger and frustration — of the limits of force; of the fact that even a powerful country like ours cannot simply act as it wishes; and that in the age we live in there are no unequivocal victories only an illusory “image of victory” through which we can easily see the truth: that in war there are only losers There is no military solution to the real anguish of the Palestinian people and as long as the suffocation felt in Gaza is not alleviated we in Israel will not be able to breathe freely either Israelis have known this for decades and for decades we have refused to truly comprehend it But perhaps this time we understand a little better; perhaps we have caught a glimpse of the reality of our lives from a slightly different angle It is a painful understanding and a threatening one certainly but it is an understanding that could be the start of a shift It might bring home for Israelis how critical and urgent peace with the Palestinians is and how it can also be a basis for peace with the other Arab states It may portray peace — such a disparaged concept here these days — as the best option and the most secure one available to Israel Will a similar comprehension emerge on the other side in Hamas I have no way of knowing But the Palestinian majority represented by Mahmoud Abbas has already decided in favour of negotiation and against terrorism Will the government of Israel after this bloody war after losing so many young and beloved people continue to avoid at least trying this option Will it continue to ignore Abbas as an essential component to any resolution Will it keep dismissing the possibility that an agreement with West Bank Palestinians might gradually lead to an improved relationship with the 18 million residents of Gaza Here in Israel as soon as the war is over we must begin the process of creating a new partnership an internal alliance that will alter the array of narrow interest groups that controls us An alliance of those who comprehend the fatal risk of continuing to circle the grindstone; those who understand that our borderlines no longer separate Jews from Arabs but people who long to live in peace from those who feed ideologically and emotionally on continued violence I believe that Israel still contains a critical mass of people both left-wing and right-wing religious and secular Jews and Arabs who are capable of uniting — with sobriety with no illusions — around a few points of agreement to resolve the conflict with our neighbours There are many who still “remember the future” (an odd phrase but an accurate one in this context) — the future they want for Israel and for Palestine There are still — but who knows for how much longer — people in Israel who understand that if we sink into apathy again we will be leaving the arena to those who would drag us fervently into the next war igniting every possible locus of conflict in Israeli society as they go If we do not do this we will all — Israelis and Palestinians blindfolded our heads bowed in stupor collaborating with hopelessness — continue to turn the grindstone of this conflict which crushes and erodes our lives our hopes and our humanity Grossman is the author most recently of ‘Falling Out of Time’ This article was translated from the Hebrew by Jessica Cohen The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News “If it was left to me I would have walked away,has said what has been obvious for a while but was put in sharper focus by the events in Muzaffarnagar.
L. beautiful models in elegant cabinets”.393 casualties.The figures however are larger across the country ascauses other than the direct reasons like heat stroke anddehydration are seldom accounted for said Dileep Mavlankar?over Rajasthan and Gujarat. AFP "Whether our government remains in power or not is not important, Kejriwal’s comments came after the house voted 42 to 27 not to let him table the Jan Lokpal bill which according to the Aam Aadmi Party will curb corruption in high places.despite new documentation,but only what he found useful or troublesome about them.