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In spite of not declaring the CM candidate the BJP seems to be riding and riding well on Modi’s back to displace Akhilesh Yadav who also remains popular among the youth In UP there are close to 25 lakh first-time voters which has added another dimension to the polls The parties have gone out of their way to woo the youth and Modi and Akhilesh are the men to do it for their respective parties While how the battle culminates in the rest of UP would be known only on March 11 in Amethi at least the man from Gujarat has the edge mainly because he has no baggage of anti-incumbency and just like Rae Bareli the alliance has not been able to negotiate successfully Out of the five constituencies in Amethi that go to polls on 27February Congress had won only two in 2012 assembly elections But the Lok Sabha constituency is a bastion of Congress party With both parties claiming the upper hand they have ended up competing against each other at two of the five constituencies – Gauriganj and Amethi Sadar With votes being split between them BJP would automatically gain more as BSP had not made a mark in 2012 in Amethi In Amethi Sadar the battle between “maharaja” Sanjay Singh’s first wife and second wife is most keenly watched Garima the first wife contesting on a BJP ticket is striking an emotional chord with the electorate while campaigning for “justice” against the “man who wronged her” Sanjay influential in Amethi is busy backing Amita the second wife who is contesting from Congress the party that sent him to Rajya Sabha With Rahul Gandhi hardly bringing much to the table in his own constituency another factor drowning out Akhilesh’s popularity is his candidates The electorate speaks highly of Akhilesh but say his MLAs indulge in hooliganism For example in the Amethi Sadar seat the candidate Gayatri Prajapati is a rape accused After the directives of Supreme Court UP police charged him with separate cases of gangrape and attempt to rape another woman and her minor daughter When Akhilesh held a rally in Amethi on Monday Prajapati was conspicuously absent Ashish Kumar Agrahi has been running a chow mein stall for the past eight years due to lack of employment opportunities Photo courtesy Parth MN Selling chow mein in the heart of Amethi on bustling narrow lane running parallel to the Ramleela Maidan Ashish Kumar Agrahi 24 said people fear walking out of the ATM after withdrawing cash “While he has done some commendable work law and order has worsened under Akhilesh” said Ashish who lives with his parents and has stayed back to help them because his elder brother migrated to Lucknow to work as a property dealer His father runs a pani puri stall on the same street and the two of them make 500 rupees of profit per day Ashish has passed his intermediate exams but due to lack of employment opportunities he has been running the chow mein stall for the last eight years He said some of the people vote for the Congress because of the earlier generation but the current lot lacks empathy “You must have come here with high expectations from Mumbai” he said pointing at the Tehesildar House “It was built during Rajiv Gandhi’s time My parents tell me it has not even been painted since then” Also read the other reports in this series: I How Lucknow’s first-time voters are gearing up for the polls II In Sonia Gandhi’s adopted Udwa village millennials are impressed with Modi’s ‘audaciousness’ III In VIP constituency of Raebareli millennial voters vexed with Congress inclined to vote for Akhilesh Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2010 3:04 pm Related News Against the backdrop of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s concern over checking illegal foreign funds flow into the valleythe Income Tax department has stumbled upon instances of usage of Nepal-based credit cards to withdraw huge sums of money from ATMs in Jammu and Kashmir According to top sources in the I-T departmentit has found usage of credit cards issued from Nepal across the valley to draw cash running into crores of rupees The department has also contacted banking regulator RBI to ascertain the identity of banks and their affiliated ATMs being used by individuals or groups to draw this huge sum Sources say the department will probe to ascertain the total amount of money withdrawn through these channels and forward the suspicious transactions to enforcement agencies like the Intelligence BureauCBI and DRI for further action Omar had said in the national capital on Saturday that his government is contemplating putting in place a more concrete mechanism to check inflow of foreign funds to protestors in the state Yesmoney is coming through various channels in the state We are going to put in place some more concrete steps to stop the flow of funds” Omar had said According to sources in the Finance Ministryduring the probeagencies like the Enforcement Directorate and the Financial Intelligence Unit will also be brought in the loop to check violation under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act “This could lead to a conclusion where it could be ascertained if the money was used for illegal purposes The probe is on” a senior Revenue Department officer said The I-T department has also found that international monetary gateways are being used by the internet servers in the Kashmir valley to obtain money Sources say while withdrawing money by credit cards by swiping them in ATM machines the interest on the card starts getting levied from day one but an individual can draw any amount of money through this way For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: On Wednesday two soldiers were injured as militants attacked their convoy in Kupwara district of Kashmir Army officials said Militants fired on the army convoy at Handwara in Kupwara district resulting in injuries to the two soldiers the officials said Terrorist attack on Army convoy Kralgund in Handwara (Kupwara J&K); three jawans injured (deferred visuals) pictwittercom/ZBfFkPJ287 ANI (@ANI_news) September 7 2016 They said the militants fled the scene after carrying out the attack An operation has been launched to track down the militants they added By: Reuters | London | Published: January 5 2017 8:36 pm While no financial details were given by the club media reports suggested Everton paid 75 million pounds (2 million) for Ademola Lookman (Source: twitter) Top News Everton have signed England under-20 winger Ademola Lookman from third tier side Charlton Athletic on a four-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed sum the Premier League club said on Thursday “He’s a good young talented player And we don’t have that player in his age in our academy He can reach a high level if he develops well” manager Ronald Koeman told a news conference “He is a player for the future The boy needs time to adapt to how we train how we play” While no financial details were given by the club media reports suggested Everton paid 75 million pounds ($92 million) for the 19-year-old with substantial add-ons if performance targets are reached “Everton has a big history and I was also attracted by the manager” said Lookman “When you look at what he did at Southampton and what he does with young players in terms of developing them that was a big attraction” Everton have lost winger Yannick Bolasie for the rest of the season with a knee injury Bolasie could be out for as long as a year Koeman said on Wednesday ($1 = 08114 pounds) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Alok Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: April 16 2016 4:58 am Related News A DAY after at least 20 students were rushed to hospitals after consuming food supplied at four venues of an inter-collegiate seminar the Mumbai Police registered a case against the caterers The Khar police station registered a case against Mumbai-based Poncho Hospitality Pvt Ltd which owns and operates a quick service restaurant (QSR) chain under the brand name of “Box8” Unknown employees of the company have been booked for offences affecting public health and safety under the Indian Penal Code Share This Article Related Article The incident occurred on Thursday afternoon during events organised by the India International Model United Nations (IIMUN) a non-political network of students Nearly 4000 students from different colleges were part of the seminar at four venues About 1000 consumed the lunch police said According to statements recorded by the police the organizers said the food was manufactured and packed in Bandra Kurla Complex “Investigations however reveal the food came from Thane” said Police Inspector Dinesh Kadam of Khar police “We have not yet made any arrests We are following logistics chain of the food unit and looking for lapses Prima facie it appears the food was spoilt due to a delay but who is responsible has still not been revealed from our investigation” said a senior police officer The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday carried out an inspection of Box8 factory in Thane from where the food parcels containing rajma rice and tomato curry were prepared “We are inspecting how the food was prepared if any sub-standard procedures were followed The premises are being checked for hygiene” said Suresh Deshmukh joint commissioner of Food at FDA On Thursday samples of food and vomit were collected from the event venue and sent for lab analysis at Kalina police said According to Jinay Sheth a 15-year-old student from Green Lawns High School he experienced stomach pain half-an-hour after lunch “He could smell something foul in the parcel but he was so hungry he did not suspect the food had gone stale” said his grandfather Mukesh Sheth Jinay first later vomited By 330 pm he was rushed to Jaslok Hospital by event volunteers On Friday morning he was discharged According to doctors he was put on intravenous drip but did not require a stomach wash Divya and Vanshika Rajpariya in sixth and eighth classes of Whistling Wood school were lucky They got delayed at lunch and were later given pizzas when organisers realized the food was stale “By the time my children reached for lunch they realized something was wrong with the food packets as other students had started complaining” said their mother Trupti Rajpariya The organisers stopped the remaining students from consuming the food and subsequently ordered pizza for lunch On Friday pizzas were again ordered for participants but the number of students who turned up for the event had reduced by half organizers claimed Of the four admitted to Jaslok hospital two were discharged on Friday According to medical director Dr Tarang Gianchandani no one was critical but two students will be kept under observation for another day At Bhatia hospital two students remain admitted but were said to be “stable and recovering well” Meanwhile a statement from Box8 read “We are deeply concerned about news report of illness caused to some students yesterday Box8 maintains rigorous quality process through preparation of food and delivery system including tasting the food before serving which too was followed yesterday without any adverse results Matter is being inquired by the authorities and we have been fully co-operating to identify the cause Once the cause is identified Box8 will spare no efforts to deal with the same For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMohali:India’s batting mainstay Virat Kohli suggested Australia will make the grave mistake of adding "fuel to fire" if they needle him in Sunday’s win-or-bust World Twenty20 contest but asserted he is good enough to excel without provocations A self-admitted admirer as well as practitioner of Australia’s passionate aggressive brand of cricket it was almost inevitable that the 27-year-old has featured in several on-field spats with them With a place in the semi-finals at stake sparks may fly again in Sunday’s mouth-watering contest between inaugural T20 champions India and reigning 50-over world champions Australia "I’ve always said that I sort of thrive on those situations" Kohli told reporters on Friday "But you just can’t go in with that sort of mindset only You need to be versatile." "If I get into a debate with anyone if I have to take a certain stance that doesn’t necessarily put me off my game If anything that motivates me more" said India’s test captain "It doesn’t mean if I don’t get into a debate with someone I won’t be motivated to win the game for my team "It’s better to plan your innings without that situation and if that situation comes in you have to take in as more fuel to the fire" Kohli India’s most in-form batsman at the moment said it was difficult to be consistent in the shortest format and the two tight wins against Pakistan and Bangladesh were humbling experience for the team which began its World T20 campaign as the overwhelming title favourites "It was very good to get that win (over Bangladesh) It is very difficult to be consistent in this format and you need to come to terms with that Sometimes you need character to get you over the line and that is why our spinners and Hardik (Pandya) were brilliant for us"said Kohli ahead of the virtual quarterfinal between India and Australia in the ICC World T20 in Mohali on Sunday "This format requires you to be at the top of your focus while batting and fielding So we need to stay in the moment and not get carried away" he said Kohli said Aussies will be tough as usual but they would take positives out of their 3-0 win Down Under in January Virat Kohli AP "You always want to win convincingly but it is not possible all times Sometimes you have to adapt well to tough situations like we did in the last two games If you look at how we have played this season we have been consistent We can focus on what we did in Australia and take positives out of it but can’t take anything for granted it is a virtual quarterfinal Why we beat them is important to remember rather than thinking only about the result If we play to our potential we can beat them again" asserted Kohli Kohli who is in the form of his life is a lot mellowed person now although aggression still remains very much a part of his personality Asked to give a sneak peek into his mental space the team’s biggest match winner had plenty to say "When I started a lot about me was wrong I was the tattoo guy the one who wore stylish clothes It is very easy to focus on the negative stuff but I choose not do that The basic thinking is I want to improve as a cricketer every day I make sure I do all the hard work and hope it pays off one day I back myself to go out there and win the game "As a cricketer you don’t have a long career For me it is an opportunity Once you get addicted to it (performing) you want more and more of it You work so hard and you want that satisfaction" he explained India had beaten Pakistan at Mohaliin the semi-finals of the 50-over World Cup in 2011 Sunday’s gameis another crucial clash one that would take the winner to the semi-finals of the World T20 "One thing I have learnt is that if play well in semis and finals of the World Cup you become more confident as a player The occasion (in 2011) was too overwhelming for me I had seen the Prime Ministers of both countries present at the ground It is very easy to look at all these and not focus on what you have to do It is very important to be aware of the moment and celebrate after it is all done" said Kohli Kohli narrated the sequence of events that led to India’s win over Bangladesh in the last game with skipper MS Dhoni sprinting towards the stumps for a last ball run out "Experience counts a lot in these situations He has captained India in such big games and has that self assurance built over a period of time We all know he is composed and calm While I was standing at the boundary there was Ashu bhai (Nehra) to talk to him He was also very calm at the moment MS got good suggestions from him and it was an important moment for us "The most staggering part was that he did not throw the ball and was very sure that he could beat the batsman with pace It was brilliant from him under the circumstances" Kohli said the key to success in a world event is adaptability to conditions that differ from match to match "It is very important to assess conditions We do have meetings on what can be done on different surface It also depends on individuals how they want to do about playing on a particular pitch You need to plan according to your strength And on game day too much pre planning doesn’t help "Adaptability is key in this competition It is not like IPL where you have seven home and away games It is a big challenge" he said Captain Steven Smith is a crucial cog in Australian line-up and Kohli said it would be important to stop him "He is a very important player for Australia The way their batting unit works someone like Smith gives them solidarity It always helps as a batting unit He is a very good player and world class player and in these scenarios you always want the big players out That is what we will try to do as well" said Kohli reiterating that he relishes the challenge of playing against Australia Do extreme reactions from the fans bother him irrespective of the match result Kohli said: "There is no point speaking about something you have no control on We want to win the tournament We are working as hard as possible Reactions will always be extreme We don’t focus on these things You need to draw the line of things you absorb and ignore negatives That is the key at international level "It is difficult but that is what helps You don’t think about reaction while facing a cricket ball" Agencies London:Daniel Evans insists he doesn’t want to be reduced to a figure of fun when he follows in Marcus Willis’s footsteps against Wimbledon legend Roger Federer After world number 772 Willis became an overnight sensation with his run through qualifying to a memorable second round defeat against Federer this week it’s Evans’ turn to take on the Swiss star following a 7-6 (8/6) 6-4 6-1 victory against Ukrainian 30th seed Alexandr Dolgopolov on Thursday Evans until now known mostly for landing himself in trouble with his off-court antics will be playing in the All England Club third round for the first time when he faces seven-time Wimbledon champion Federer Daniel Evans in action during his match against Alexandr Dolgopolov Getty Images But unlike the permanently-grinning Willis who performed gamely but at times resembled a fan who had somehow found his way onto Centre Court Evans is treating his opportunity with the utmost seriousness "It’s not a day out for me It’s a good opportunity It’s not a Lord Mayor’s show whatever I’m taking it seriously" Evans said "He’s not a normal guy obviously It would be stupid to say it’s not a special occasion to play him "I just have to prepare myself best and try and put that to the back of my head "It’s going to be a great experience Hopefully an even better one than most people think" Evans had beaten Jan-Lennard Struff on Monday to continue a fine year in which he has risen more than 650 places to number 91 in the world rankings – Renaissance – It was Evans’ first win in four attempts at Wimbledon after claiming seven years ago he would be stacking supermarket shelves if he had not cracked it by 25 That depressing career path appeared to be looming large when ranked outside the top 700 he was reduced to entering pre-qualifying in an unsuccessful bid to make the Wimbledon main draw last year But now 25 Evans is finally showing signs of maturing enough to fulfil his potential "When I was a bit younger I don’t think I was ready to play professional tennis I would say I wasn’t ready for that commitment of day in day out" he said "I let a lot of people down It was difficult to keep letting those guys down seeing them disappointed in what I’d been doing "Gradually sort of got the message through But it took a few knocks at the door It’s a grind at times Now I’m enjoying it" Key to Evans’ renaissance is British Davis Cup captain Leon Smith who once joked he would have to electronically tag Evans to ensure he didn’t disappear for wild nights out "I owe a lot to Leon He’s always shown good strength of character to back me when a lot of people would have thrown me away" Evans said Asked if he will seek advice from Willis on how to face Federer for the first time Evans took the opportunity for a friendly jibe at his close friend "Are you kidding me I don’t get a word out of him He’s a celebrity now" he laughed "I still can’t believe he actually qualified and won a round "I’d be hard-pushed to find someone that resents him right now Everyone is so happy for him He should be dining out on it for a while" Zurich: Former world champion Viswanathan Anand played out two draws to keep his full point lead in the Zurich Chess Challenge After two wins against Levon Aronian of Armenia and Dutchman Anish Giri Anand wriggled out of problems against Latvian Alexei Shirov in the third round game and then played out a draw with Hikaru Nakamura of United States to stay afloat in the Classical-Rapid section With two points for a victory and one for a draw Anand took his tally to six points overall and will have white pieces against Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the final round of the Rapid section File photo of Vishy Anand AFP After the last round the players will change gears and enter a blitz play-off wherein one point will be awarded for a win and half a point for a draw Nakamura and Kramnik share the second spot on five points apiece While the American also drew both his games Kramnik was a class act against Giri in the fourth round that gave him a chance to jump to the joint second spot Aronian on three points is sole fourth in standings while Giri and Shirov are at the bottom of the tables with two points apiece The third round witnessed no decisive results despite keenly-contested affairs Anand was pitted against Shirov and it was the most dramatic game of the round The Latvian fianchettoed his dark squared Bishop in the Spanish opening and sacrificed an exchange and Anand was in some troubles as all black pieces spat fire on board However some deft manoeuvres by Anand ensured parity after the Indian gave back his rook for a minor piece and the onus was on Shirov to find some finesse in the final stages to force a draw In the other games of third round Kramnik drew with Nakamura wherein the latter had to put up a splendid defense while Aronian also achieved the same result against Giri The fourth round was most crucial for Anand as he had black against Nakamura but the Indian ace was seen pressing with black pieces out of a reverse Grunfeld Nakamura sacrificed a pawn and reached a Rook and opposite colours Bishop endgame to force a draw in the end Kramnik’s win against Giri came in a Reti opening while Aronian subdued Shirov for his first win in the tournament In the final round now Anand will have white pieces against Kramnik while Nakamura plays with black against Aronian A draw should be enough for Anand to clinch the Rapid title here Results round 4: Hikaru Nakamura (Usa 5) drew with V Anand (Ind 6); Vladimir Kramnik (Rus 5) beat Anish Giri (Ned 2); Alexei Shirov (Lat 2) lost to Levon Aronian (Arm 3) Round 3: Shirov drew with Anand; Nakamura drew with Kramnik; Aronian drew with Giri PTI it would have happened by now, jewellery and a licensed rifle was also missing. 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