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They were voted ahead of celebrity vegetarians Amitabh Bachchan, Avoid comparisons as it is deeply resented. with a caption saying,s Navi Karim area on Thursday afternoon.etc? DTC buses to ply from 4 am on MCD poll day New Delhi:Keeping in view the upcoming MCD electionsthe Delhi Transport Corporation has decided to run its services early on the day of polling The service will begin at 4 am on Sunday This service is being arranged on the request of the State Election Commission The early morning bus service will be operated on 40 bus routes including mudrikas For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBarcelona:Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton blasted Formula One as "broken" and "lacking in direction" on Thursday as the sport’s bosses debate a range of changes to regulations The Mercedes star believes that tinkering with the qualifying format which has caused splits in the paddock and amongst fans as the world championship tries to boost its appeal is detrimental to the sport The autosportcom website and BBC reported that when asked if Formula One is "broken lacking direction or in rude health" Hamilton replied: "I would probably say the first two you suggested" But Hamilton then added: "I don’t want to say too much but I do agree with the first two things you said" File photo of Lewis Hamilton Getty Images The Briton speaking on the penultimate day of pre-season testing in Barcelona also took aim at the new cockpit safety system known as the "Halo" The three-pointed carbon structure is placed at the front of the car and is intended to prevent more driver fatalities "Please no This is the worst looking mod (modification) in Formula 1 history I appreciate the quest for safety but this is formula 1 and the way it is now is perfectly fine" Hamilton wrote on his Instagram page The Halo was tried on track by Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen on Thursday Demands to increase driver safety have intensified following the deaths of Jules Bianchi and IndyCar driver Justin Wilson last year Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg hailed the device as a "massive safety improvement" However the father of former F1 driver Bianchi who died after colliding with a recovery vehicle at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2014 claimed the new measures don’t go far enough "This is a step forward but it does not solve everything" Philippe Bianchi told Canal Plus "In the case of Jules it would not have changed since it was the extremely violent deceleration that we know caused the damage to his brain "The version of this Halo system I saw this morning did not convince me and still needs to be improved" Raikkonen used the structure on his installation lap on the third day of the second pre-season test in Barcelona before going on to set the fastest time of the winter once it was removed The Halo won’t be used for the upcoming season which starts at the Australian Grand Prix on March 20 but a meeting of the F1 Commission last week approved measures aimed at introducing it for the 2017 season However Rosberg was the most demonstrative voice urging for the Halo to be passed into the sport’s laws "My opinion is that it represents a big step forward in terms of safety" said the German "Following the fatalities we have experienced in recent years in racing that halo would have saved lives so we absolutely need it" However the Halo’s aesthetic appearance as well as its ability to protect drivers was criticised "That looks even worse than I feared in several respects" former F1 driver and pundit Martin Brundle tweeted Ferrari though insisted the final version of the prototype would be more visually pleasing "This is a provisional structure made by Ferrari to test visibility" a Ferrari spokesperson told Sky Sports "We think the final structure would be part of the car and hopefully will look better Kimi said it was ‘okay’ in terms of visibility" AFP Riyadh:Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Saturday removed a prominent prince who headed the National Guard replaced the economy minister and announced the creation of a new anti-corruption committee The Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel also reported late Saturday that 11 princes and dozens of former ministers were detained in a new anti-corruption probe headed by the kingdom’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman who was also named to oversee the new committee Al-Arabiya reported that the committee is looking into devastating and deadly floods that overwhelmed parts of the city of Jiddah in 2009 and is investigating the Saudi government’s response to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus that has killed several hundred people in the past few years Meanwhile the kingdom’s top council of clerics issued a statement saying it is an Islamic duty to fight corruption — essentially giving religious backing to the high-level arrests being reported File image of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman AP The government said the anti-corruption committee has the right to issue arrest warrants impose travel restrictions and freeze bank accounts It can also trace funds prevent the transfer of funds or the liquidation of assets and take other precautionary measures until cases are referred to the judiciary The royal order said the committee was established "due to the propensity of some people for abuse putting their personal interest above public interest and stealing public funds" Saudi nationals have long complained of rampant corruption in government and of public funds being squandered or misused by people in power The 32-year-old crown prince has been seeking to attract greater international investments and improve the country’s reputation as a place to do business It’s part of a larger effort to diversify the economy away from dependence on oil revenue The king ousted one of the country’s highest-level royals from power removing Prince Miteb bin Abdullah as head of the National Guard He was replaced by Prince Khalid bin Ayyaf al-Muqrin who had held a senior post with the guard Prince Miteb’s father was the late King Abdullah who also had led the National Guard and had transformed it into a powerful and prestigious force tasked with protecting the ruling Al Saud family as well as important holy sites in Mecca and Medina and oil and gas sites Prince Miteb was once considered a contender for the throne His ouster as head of the National Guard essentially sidelines one of the most formidable rivals to the current crown prince who has amassed enormous power in less than three years since his father King Salman ascended to the throne It comes just three months after Prince Mohammed bin Nayef was ousted from the line of succession and from his post as interior minister overseeing internal security With the two princes now sidelined control of the kingdom’s security apparatus is now largely centralized under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman who is also defence minister The monarch also replaced Minister of Economy and Planning Adel Fakeih with his deputy Mohammad al-Tuwaijri Admiral Abdullah Al-Sultan was also sacked as commander of Saudi Naval Forces and replaced by Admiral Fahd bin Abdullah Al-Ghifaili "Dhoni should retire from international cricket now and concentrate on winning the Ranji Trophy" the joke ran after India pulled off a heist against England to lift the Champions Trophy on a damp evening at Edgbaston in 2013 From being plucked from obscurity to becoming one of the most successful captains in the world Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s epic Hollywood-esque story had a fairy tale script It was Dhoni’s captaincy that made him Dhoni and the wicketkeeper-batsman from Ranchi is India’s most successful captain He ended with a 54 percent win ratio in international cricket But what made him extra special was his love for the big stage and his success in ICC tournaments File image of MS Dhoni (L) and Virat Kohli (R) AFP Within six years of his leadership Dhoni had already become the first captain to win all three major ICC tournaments He had won it all – World T20 (2007) 50-over World Cup (2011) and the Champions Trophy (2013) He was the man for the big occasion with second-best win/loss ratio of 2857 in ICC tournaments behind only Ricky Ponting He led a bunch of inexperienced youngsters into the World T20 his first full captaincy stint while a shocked India was still recuperating from the 2007 World Cup loss and steered his side to an epoch-defining trophy win which would change the face of Indian cricket forever When Dhoni gave up captaincy earlier this year he left behind a massive legacy As India head into the 2017 Champions Trophy Virat Kohli’s biggest challenge won’t be just defending the title but more than anything else it will be carrying forward Dhoni’s ICC tournament legacy The highly scrutinised sport is such that no one remembers the bilateral and multi-team tournament wins but it’s what you have done on the grandest of stages that matters Dhoni’s mix of preternatural calm tactical brilliance hunch and a gambler’s mind gave him the edge over the rest However what stood out was his ability to bring out the best from his players in the big tournaments He knew his players inside out and the way he handled them was the key "The main job is to make sure that whatever is the potential of the player he is performing to 100 percent" Dhoni said in January this year "Usually if you can achieve something between 90 to 110 percent you know you’ve done really well "You can’t really get 150 percent performance from a player who is 80 percent That’s where you have to be very practical very honest There are different ways to handle everyone: for some it is a kind word for some it is a harsh word For some it may be just an expression with your eyes At times it may be the false confidence you give the guy because that is what is really needed at that point of time You have to be clever enough to evaluate as to this is what is needed at that point of time If you know the potential of the team you can definitely make sure that they perform to the potential" Dhoni added Kohli is an intense expressive and an ultra aggressive captain Yes he injects intensity and enthusiasm into the side While some players are still trying to adapt to his style which is quite different from Dhoni’s the 28-year-old’s biggest challenge lies in extracting the best out of his players on the big stage The Champions Trophy is that first big step Unlike Dhoni who led a bunch of relatively raw talent in his maiden ICC tournament – the 2007 World T20 – Kohli has an experienced side at his disposal laced with the guidance of Dhoni It was in the previous edition of the tournament that India discovered the opening pair of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan Both the batsmen have been going through a tough time of late Rohit after returning from a long injury lay-off didn’t have the best of times with the bat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) while Dhawan despite not doing much wrong in ODIs finds himself at a crossroads in his career India would want them to rekindle the joy of 2013 One of the things Dhoni struggled with for most part of his captaincy tenure was getting the best out of his pacers It was in the 2015 World Cup that he finally got them to click in unison Under Kohli’s captaincy the fast bowlers have flourished even more The pace battery of Bhuvneshwar Kumar Umesh Yadav Mohammad Shami Jasprit Bumrah will go into the tournament as one of the best after Australia’s and will hold the key to India’s chances in English conditions It’s remarkable how once a perennial weakness of the Indian side is now their greatest strength going into a big tournament A lot of credit goes to Kohli in the way he has believed his pacersand nurtured right through his captaincy tenure Good bench strength will give Kohli a selection headache: whether to go in with the experience of both Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja – who did well in the last edition – or follow a four-pacer-one spinner strategy The batting order also poses a quandary with Yuvraj Singh Ajinkya Rahane Kedar Jadhav and Hardik Pandya all fighting for a place in middle and lower-middle order "I am very excited to be playing as captain in my first major ICC competition" Kohli said after reaching England "As far as the team goes we won last time because our fast bowlers did very well our spinners were strong and our opening batsman did well "They were the main three factors This year the team is a lot fitter the cricketers are a lot more mature because that was a very young group four years ago It has gained a lot of experience in the last three or four years I love the tournament because it represents a challenge from the (word) go" Kohli added What will hold importance is how swiftly India can carry out the transition from T20s to ODIs India have played the least number of ODIs among the top eight nations in the last 12 months – 11 Most of the batsmen didn’t have the best of times in the IPL including the captain Kohli was a bit circumspect about adapting to the format change quickly but he asserted the fact that the IPL experience will help the players be match ready "I don’t think you can have too much similarities in both formats but from a game planning point of view I think it helps a lot of people to stay in the zone of being match ready to say the least" Kohli said in the pre-departure conference "It is different for different people Some people cannot connect the two formats at all some people take bits and pieces and put it into place in all formats So just being match fit just having the rhythm of bowling the flow of batting the mental set up of scoring runs being in tough situations are things which you can carry forward to all formats IPL being a high competitive tournament allows you to play against world class players from all the teams I think it could be the most competitive game you could be a part of before something like Champions Trophy" he added The other cause of concern is the fact that India have won just three of the 10 ODI series/tournaments away from home excluding those in Zimbabwe since the 2013 Champions Trophy Back in 2013 a young flamboyant and expressive Kohli was the most animated of all dancing to the tunes of Gangnam style while lifting the Champions Trophy But a lot has changed since then What we are witnessing right now is a calmer and more mature version of Kohli However the on-field aggression hasn’t relented "Ruthlessness is something that we definitely speak about all the time" Kohli said in the Champions Trophy pre-departure conference "Even if we close the series off we want to win it without losing a game or maybe drawing a game as well if possible We go in with that kind of mindset and I think that goes a long way in a tournament like this If you can think about the games in that manner I think you will get the results you want more often than not" Kohli has had an impressive start to his captaincy career He hasn’t lost a single international series so far It hasn’t been a smooth ride in his overall leadership stint though The horror experience of captaining RCB in the 2017 IPL season might have had a strong impact but he has taken it positively "I was pretty fortunate that I got to experience that kind of a time It teaches you a lot as a captain it teaches you a lot composure-wise You take away a lot from failures and that’s something I have always cherished" said Kohli India have lacked that final push in the last three ICC tournaments having reached the final of 2014 World T20 semi-final of 2015 World Cup and 2016 World T20 This is Kohli’s chance to set the record straight He can take the inspiration from their past heroics in the tournament and the fact that they have the best win-lossratio of 8:1 in the past five years in England He has the required ammunition to retain the title and a win here might just set the tone for bigger things to come in the post-Dhoni era New Delhi: The probe into the alleged rape of a five-year-old girl in Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar has been transferred to the Crime Branch police said The development comes after the Delhi government wrote to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal in this regard on Wednesday Representational image AP Delhi health minister Satyendra Jain had received complaints through Gandhi Nagar MLA Anil Bajpai about alleged "inaction" by the authorities concerned The minister then wrote to Baijal demanding transfer of the case from local police to the Crime Branch for a fair and transparent probe Baijal spoke to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Wednesday Subsequently the case was transferred from Shahdara district police to the Crime Branch last night an officer said on the condition of anonymity The girl was allegedly raped by a peon on the premises of Tagore Public School a private school in Shahdara last week The accused was arrested the same day A senior officer of the Crime Branch said the unit will probe whether there were lapses on the school’s part It will also probe the charge that a teacher asked the girl and her parents not to report the matter to police The Delhi government had recently ordered a magisterial probe into the alleged rape of the girl Following the rape incident Patnaik had instructed all district deputy commissioners of police to ensure that schools in their areas have adequate security measures in place The instructions had come amid increased concerns over the safety on school premises after the killing of a seven-year-old student in Gurugram’s Ryan International School Written by Agencies | Gangtok | Published: April 27 2010 10:32 am Related News The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has said that the environment and bio-diversity in Sikkim have been threatened by construction of hydel power projects and absence of government safeguards The state government has not taken sufficient precaution against degradation of environment and bio-diversity by drawing up a catchment area treatment plan and protection of riverine fishesthe CAG in its report for the financial year 2008-09 said The CAG criticised the ForestEnvironment and Wildlife Management department in particular as well as the independent power producers (IPP) for failure to set down a plan to address potential degradation of the environment The departmentthe CAG sayshas failed to prepare an annual plan for protection of wildlifepreservation of bio-diversity and development of infrastructure although it received Rs 2637 crore from six IPPs towards cost for compensatory afforestation and catchment area treatment etc The CAG also pointed out that the aquatic life in Sikkim faced a grave threat in the wake of change in the ecology of the river system due to creation of reservoirsfluctuation in natural river discharge and diversion of river water through closed tunnels The state has a large variety of aquatic life with 63 species of phytoplanktons17 species of zooplanktons and 48 species of fish It noted with concern that the Directorate of Fisheries had not entered into any MOU with the project developers to secure their commitment for long term strategies for preservation and protection of fishes and aquatic life in the river system of the state Citing a specific casethe CAG said that the fishes and other aquatic life might have suffered possible damage due to change in the flow of water diverted through tunnels along the 23-KM stretch of the Teesta between the dam site and the tail end of the project for Teesta Stage V hydel plant constructed by the state-owned developer – National Hydro Power Corporation of India (NHPC) It cited a study conducted by the MinesMinerals and Geology department highlighting gross negligence by the NHPC in disposal of muck generated from execution of Teesta Stage V project as the spoils were thrown along the river banks to casue the rise of the river bed leading to change in the flood behaviour of the river In the case of another hydel project at Panan in North Sikkimthe CAG said the sites identified for disposal of muck was too small to contain the huge quantity which might lead to disasters like enhanced siltation of reservoirs of downstream projects and change in geo-environmental settings of downstream areas For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad: Congress Gujarat unit president Bharatsinh Solanki on Thursday accused the BJP of planning to smuggle in liquor in large quantities into poll-bound Gujarat and urged the EC to appoint special observers in border areas of the dry state In a letter to Chief Election Commissioner AK Joti Solanki called for sealing of border areas in Gujarat to prevent breach of the prohibition in place in the state where polling will be held on 9 and 14 December Representational image Reuters ". a very disturbing development has come to our notice from reliable sources that the Bharatiya Janata Party is planning to get into Gujarat a large quantity of liquor from neighbouring BJP-ruled states like Maharashtra Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh etc" Solanki said in the letter "This is a grievous crime especially in the wake of impending elections and law and order situation it can entail plus the obvious health hazards" he added Solanki said: "We understand that you are taking care of everything to ensure free and fair elections and thus we thought of bringing this to your notice" "Please appoint special observers in all border areas with the neighbouring states to seal them against any such breach of prohibition policy for undue favours It will be a big support to the cause of democracy and the people of Gujarat" the Congress leader said The results of the elections for the 182-member Gujarat assembly and 68-member Himachal Pradesh assembly—for which polling was held on 9 November—will be declared on 18 December The Congress party decimated and stuck with an uninspiring leadership now seems to have a ghost of choice to decide what is worse — the ghost of Bofors or the ghost of the ignominious defeat in the 2014 general elections which reduced the grand old party to a measly 44 seats in the Lok Sabha Asub-committee of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to reopen Bofors probe — an Achilles’ heel for the country’s oldest political party and the Nehru-Gandhi family Representational image AFP The Bofors case if reopened would pose an uncomfortable situation for the Congress party as one of the key accused in the scandal — the late Italian Ottavio Quattrocchi had close links with the Gandhi family A six-member sub-committee (IV) of the PAC —‘Committee on Non-compliance and Civil Matters’— which has been examining pending reports of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) asked the CBI on 13 July why the infamous Bofors payoff case should not be reopened The sub-committee and what it said The committee on Non-compliance and Civil Matters comprises six non-Congress Members of Parliament —Bhatruhari Mahtab (BJD); three from BJP Nishikant Dubey Ajay Sancheti and Shivkumar Chanabasappa Udasi; Ponnusamy Venugopal (AIADMK) and Gajanan Kirtikar (Shiv Sena) Barring Kirtikar five members participated in the meeting on Thursday under the convenorship of Mahtab The sub-committee that looks after the non-compliance by the ministries/departments in timely submission of ‘Action Taken Notes’ (ATN) on the non-selected audit paragraphs took cognizance of the long delay in acceptance of ATN The case before the panel relates to two CAG reports of 1989 and 1990 The sub-committee reportedly asked CBI why it didn’t pursue the Bofors case It is learnt that Nishikant Dubey asked the CBI if charges related to Babri Masjid — a political case — could be revived against BJP leaders through a court process why the Bofors case which was a corruption scandal couldn’t follow the same route Citing reference to its reply given to the Supreme Court the CBI informed the panel that the then UPA government had refused permission to the agency to appeal a Delhi High Court order The probe had got stalled after a HC order in 2005 that discharged London-based businessmen Hinduja brothers and ordered not to pursue the case further Dubey had also questioned why the investigating agency didn’t seek permission from the present NDA government to reopen it Defence secretary Sanjay Mitra who also appeared before the panel had reportedly said that certain files related to CAG reports were missing In response the sub-committee asked the ministry why it didn’t procure the copies of the said documents either from the CAG or from the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) formed on Bofors case The communication between the CAG and the Ministry of Defence had stopped since 2007 The sub-committee has reportedly asked the CBI to seek permission from the Centre to restart the probe and move the apex court against the HC order Astute move by the sub-committee In the absence of any Congress MP the stand taken by the sub-committee headed by BJD MP Mahtab on Thursday can be stated as an astute one The BJD not acting in a cynical manner almost always takes an issue-based stance in Parliament By cornering the Congress the sub-committee has paved way for the reopening of the Bofors case It needs to be seen how Congress safeguards itself from this fresh salvo fired at it “Nuvvu maa pakkana vunnanthavaruku Telugu cinema gurinchi matladey magadu Inka putta ledhu @ssrajamouli mama (sic), and celebrities. 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