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Swamy said in the light of formation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) with USD 100 billion and the initial subscribed capital of USD 50 billion, It seems that the Congress leaders did not understand the importance of interdependence of both parties in the region, who was also seen in the video, a? who claims to have become the leader of the IS affiliate after the death of Abdul Hasib, a British province, Time editors had asked readers to cast their vote online for people from politics, download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: In her first detailed response after BJP’s humiliating defeat in the Delhi Assembly polls,Kiran Bedi on Monday said that she "failed" the test of electoral politics" despite giving it all her energy and experience The former IPS officer whom the party had made its chief ministerial candidate made the candid admission through an open letter Kiran Bedi PTI "I have failed the test And take full responsibility for my decision But inside of me has not failed Because given the time I gave to myself I gave it all the energy and experience I had Obviously it was not enough "I also wanted to not die one day with a guilt that I was commenting only and never daring to pass the ultimate test of electoral politics" she wrote in a lengthy post on her official blog Immediately after the results she had created a flutter by saying that it was "not her defeat" as she had given her best and felt it was a "loss for BJP" which should "introspect" about the debacle Bedi in her blog added that she was relieved as her parents were not alive to to hear the "foul words" hurled at her during the campaigning She also took a dig at AAP and its promises of providing free water and slashing power tariff by half saying people want freebies but there are no "free lunches" in life "If you rob Peter to pay Paul it won’t be long before all get robbed" she said Bedi who contested from the Krishna Nagar constituency lost to AAP’s S K Bagga by 2277 votes In the letter she also elaborated on a number of factors that played a "vital role" saying that the "wise will read each one and take due notice" She also said there was a need to rework campaigning as it was "not a level playing field for the level-headed serving people" "Whole City or State comes to a grinding halt Should it Roads are in disarray and work just stops.It’s a field for might and muscle in all respects" she wrote Bedi said that she entered politics because she "wanted to see it get a stable government in alignment with government of India to get all that Delhi needed" Recalling her days as a police officer she recounted a few anecdotes on tackling various challenges including "international sports events VIP security political upheavals communal riots agitations." PTI download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: March 26, The 40-year-old ‘Million Dollar Baby’ star.

— Anil Kumble (@anilkumble1074) 11 May 2016 Tony Cozier for me you were champagne on air . #SmoothVoiceRIP #TonyCozier pictwittercom/cD9XURRsN0 — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) 11 May 2016 Rest in peace Mr Tony Cozier You taught many of us young cricket obsessed kids the basics of sporting and gentlemanly commentary #Class — Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) 11 May 2016 Condolences to @YeahCozier and all the Cozier family on the tragic loss of Tony Cozier from our lives A man whose voice was like no other — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) 11 May 2016 Cricket has lost one of its most trusted and endearing voice…watching cricket from the WI will never be same again RIP Tony Cozier — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 11 May 2016 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Published: August 11 2015 12:01 am Top News A WEEK after Governor Ram Naik asked state universities to adopt Indian attire for its convocations and give up the colonial dress code Lucknow’s Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Central University on Monday became the first to follow his advice The university on Monday decided that all those attending its next convocation — scheduled after four months — will wear Indian attire To decide the type colour and style of new dress it has formed a eight-member committee The committee will be headed by Sunita Mishra the dean and head of department of School of Home Sciences and have proctor registrar and the controller of examination as its members “Though the advice was for state universities we are proud to follow it first The decision has been cleared by the university’s academic council Now this committee will speak to all stake holders and suggest the best possible Indian attire for the convocation with a touch of Lucknowi tradition and chikankari work” said Vice-Chancellor Ranbir Chandra Sobti Share This Article Related Article “I have given the task to a woman teacher so that she can also take the opinion of girl students about the best Indian attire” he claimed adding that the dress code will also be applicable to faculty and guests coming to the convocation The committee has been asked to keep in mind the recent circular of Universities Grants Commission which has suggested that all central universities should ensure the use of handloom fabric in ceremonial robes for convocation so that the industry can be promoted as has been emphasised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sources said that while the university plans to go for a blue-coloured attire the committee has been asked to first suggest the style and design by holding separate discussions with teachers students and other staff members Earlier Naik had asked the universities to shun the “colonial era” ceremonial gowns during convocations and use “Indian attire” as “a real tribute” to former President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam “The convocation dress should be changed If we use Indian attire in place of the existing convocation dress it will be a real tribute to Dr Kalam as he also wanted to change it” the Governor had said in a letter to the V-Cs For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Bangalore | Updated: November 14 2015 11:12 pm R Jadeja and R Ashwin shared eight wickets among themselves to bowl out South Africa for 214 (Source: PTI) Related News IT is not like a batsman only charges at a spinner with violent intentions The step-out doesn’t always have to be a daring adventure after all There are times he does so to put him off his length maybe to negate the turn or even just to keep him guessing There seemed to be no fathomable reason though why Faf du Plessis thought it wise to leave his crease to R Ashwin off just the third delivery he had faced in his innings But he still did it South Africa’s No3 had survived the first two balls without any drama pushing one to cover and defending the other close to his body Ashwin had already tasted blood in the over having knocked off Stiaan van Zyl And du Plessis’ decision jump out didn’t even seem to be dictated by the fact that the ball had been given a trifle more air But he still did it It was almost as if the right-hander had decided that staying put in his crease for a third straight ball was too perilous an option Not against Ashwin Not in this form Surely he would have some trick up his sleeve The shot that he attempted once he had taken the plunge or the aimlessness of it anyway — a meek flick that resulted in an inside-edge that was acrobatically snared at short-leg — was maybe a fair indication though of his fragile mental state while facing Ashwin Not to forget the seeds of dread that India’s premier spinner has instilled deeply into South African minds — spare that of AB de Villiers No wonder du Plessis did what he did It’s the same reason why the Proteas seem to either go into a shell or try to force the issue maybe not even think straight on occasions It’s the Ashwin effect And it came to the fore once again to haunt the hapless visitors who caved in once again to his wiles being humbled for 214 in just 59 overs The Chinnaswamy Stadium was expected to level the playing field and some even believed it to be the venue where South Africa had their best chance of levelling the series But it proved to be a one-sided anti-climax again with the Indian openers widening the gap between the two teams even further with an unbeaten 80-run stand Yes Saturday was a day to celebrate a significant milestone of one of cricket’s most awe-inspiring characters To their credit the Chinnaswamy Stadium weekend crowd around 22000 of them did give de Villiers the kind of reception that is generally only reserved for the most elite of Indian cricketers And the South African too did show off some of his genius even if it wasn’t the most characteristically fluent knock But the first day’s play in Bangalore was once again another display of Ashwin’s growing aura as the most dangerous spinner in the world and the ineptitude of this present South African team to tackle him The seven overs before Ashwin’s arrival were like the infomercials and promo ads you see at a movie theatre before the feature film They hardly seemed to matter The only talking point was the surprise selection of Stuart Binny and the even more intriguing decision to hand him the new-ball and maybe Ishant Sharma’s failure to keep his pony-tail intact Otherwise the South African openers didn’t seem too bothered Then Ashwin came on And as has been the trend since the Sri Lanka tour it was his entry that set the ball rolling quite literally for the Indians Within two balls he had brought the match alive Van Zyl didn’t seem to know whether to play back or forward to Ashwin in Mohali The left-hander didn’t seem to have made headway on that front in the week since as he got struck on the pads with a straight delivery that pitched on middle and held its line as van Zyl stood expecting it to turn Three balls later du Plessis’ nerves got the better of him Just like that South Africa were 15/2 Going into the Test series while all the talk was about the threat of de Villiers you almost expected Hashim Amla to get over his poor form in the ODIs and for du Plessis to be the anchor If the No3’s issues against spin have been well-documented already the Test skipper’s batting only seems to have fallen away even further in whites On Saturday though Varun Aaron did deserve a lot of plaudits too for the ball that accounted for Amla It was quick pitched on middle and straightened to zoom past Amla’s bat and send the off-stump on a bumpy ride At 45/3 is when de Villiers walked out to a standing ovation at a venue that is considered to be his second cricketing home Unlike his colleagues he never seemed to play with any preconceived ideas about what was coming at him from the spinners and like he usually does snatched the momentum away from India It wasn’t quite the customary AB knock where he looks flawless He was beaten outside his off-stump on a few occasions once by a Ravindra Jadeja arm-ball and also Ishant with one that reversed back into him But he kept finding the fence There was a whip and a few powerful drives off Aaron a pull and a cut off Jadeja all mixed with a few streaky fours But with one shot he showed what the rest of the South Africans should be doing—basically adapting to the conditions and making adjustments rather than fretting and falling over It was a short ball from Ashwin that kept a tad low but de Villiers was somehow ready for it to do so and swivelled to play a short-arm pull to the midwicket fence There was resistance from Dean Elgar too till the lunch-break But like he did at Mohali it was Jadeja’s turn then to take over the show He got Elgar who fell to another premeditated sweep which wasn’t there to be played and also got rid of Dane Vilas caught and bowled And just when de Villiers seemed to be threatening to take the match away unleashing a flurry of strokes off Aaron and Ishant it was Jadeja who got his man—that is after he had troubled AB on a number of occasions with his pace variations Wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha deserved as much credit for the wicket as he dived full length and got his gloves under the ball Ashwin wasn’t done though and he had added JP Duminy to his kitty with an off-break that pitched slightly shorter and ripped off the surface after setting up the left-hander with a bunch of deliveries that were closer to middle and kept dragging him forward The rest of the South African tail had no chance as they fell to the Indian spinners who shared four wickets each eventually The South African seamers then commenced proceedings on the wrong foot just like du Plessis & Co had with bat in hand hitting the wrong lengths repeatedly and allowing Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan to set up what potential leather-hunt on the second day For all the latest Sports News 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