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Cinema theatres should be re-opened here. our party-supported eight candidates won the elections. Raipur Kalan and Makhanmajra,gather the crowds? Dividing UP into eight zones was the first step in that direction For zonal presidentsthe Congress has chosen leaders who have stood for elections and been either MLAs or MPs The zonal presidents have been told to camp in their regions rather than in Lucknowlending cadre an ear on the ground they can take their problems to Among those selected for zonal vice-president posts are young MLAs such as Mukesh SrivastavaLalitesh Pati TripathiNadeem Jawed and Pankaj Malikwho had been feeling ignored despite their hard work The message is clear that performance rather than making rounds of the Congress Delhi headquarters would now count more The two VVIP constituencies of Rae Bareli and Amethi are also undergoing reforms In Rae BareliCongress president Sonia Gandhis constituency where the party lost all the five Assembly seat in this years polls Priyanka is clearly in charge Local leaders say questions about her absence from the seat after the 2009 Lok Sabha elections had pinched her She wants to make sure that impression has been wiped out by the time of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections She meets locals and workers every Wednesday in Delhi and is also taking active part in selection of the local team At Rahul Gandhis seat Amethiblock-wise open meetings of the cadre have been started to decide where the local area fund of MPs should be spent The final list of works is prepared in consultation with all the office bearers of that block rather than being decided by select leaders The block committees monitor the development works Maulshree is a Senior Correspondent based in [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 13 2017 1:25 am Shoaib Malik hit a quickfire38 to propelPakistan’s core to 197 in20 overs (Source: AP) Top News A commendable all-round performance by the hosts saw Pakistan win the first of the three-match T20 series against a World XI side Chasing a stiff target of 197 the World XI got off to a good start but lost wickets at regular intervals As they failed to get the momentum which was needed to keep the run rate in check Ultimately they fell short by 20 runs Pakistan’s win on home soil sent social media into a tizzy Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter- Jeevay Pakistan Well done team Pakistan You batted like champions and bowled like warriors (1/2) #CricketComesHome #PAKvsWorldXI — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) 12 September 2017 A day to remember for Pakistan fans as they win the 1st #PAKvWXI T20I by 20 runs SCORECARD: http://s.tco/xuWqhdIPOl pictwittercom/G4ashjUMAR — ICC (@ICC) 12 September 2017 @babarazam258 is the Man of the Match for his outstanding innings #PAKvWXI #cricketkihalalala pictwittercom/nPSPyKiJ1G — PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) 12 September 2017 Alhamdulliah What a success today’s match wasBrilliant efforts by every1 @TheRealPCB security forces ppl of pak Congrats every1 #PAKvWXI — Kamran Akmal (@KamiAkmal23) 12 September 2017 After the win an elated Sarfaraz Khan said complemented the efforts of his players and said “Babar and Shehzad played really well Shoaib Malik did well towards the end I want to thank the crowd and PCB for making this a grand success It has been organized very well and I’m delighted” Meanwhile the success of the match will surely bolster the hopes of cricket returning to Pakistan on a full-time basis The cricket governing body has already scheduled a T20I series with Sri Lanka and West Indies SQUADS: Pakistan Squad- Ahmed Shehzad Fakhar Zaman Babar Azam Shoaib Malik Sarfraz Ahmed (c & wk) Imad Wasim Fahim Ashraf Shadab Khan Sohail Khan Hasan Ali Rumman Raees World XI Squad – Playing XITamim Iqbal Hashim Amla Faf du Plessis (c) David Miller Grant Elliott Thisara Perera Tim Paine (wk) Ben Cutting Darren Sammy Morne Morkel Imran Tahir For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Praveen Chakravarty | Updated: December 29 2014 1:55 pm A detailed analysis of nearly 25 years of electoral data in each of Tamil Nadu’s 234 assembly constituencies in the last 10 elections (Lok Sabha and assembly) since 1991 provides some interesting insights Related News A palpable sense of curiosity has gripped Tamil Nadu’s political observers Former Union shipping minister GK Vasan among the few to emerge unscathed from the alleged scams of the UPA regime recently broke away from the Congress and amid much fanfare launched his own political outfit a reincarnation of the Tamil Maanila Congress started by his late father GK Moopanar Vasan insinuated that the Congress party’s command and control culture is ill-suited to Tamil Nadu’s rapidly changing political landscape Political commentators newspaper editors and others hailed this move by Vasan as a potential harbinger of liberation from the clutches of the Dravidian parties that have ruled the state since 1967 There have been editorials urging Vasan to usher in a new non-Dravidian style political culture in Tamil Nadu The conventional wisdom is that the people of Tamil Nadu are yearning for a change from the Dravidian parties How real is this narrative about voters’ desire for a non-Dravidian politics A detailed analysis of nearly 25 years of electoral data in each of Tamil Nadu’s 234 assembly constituencies in the last 10 elections (Lok Sabha and assembly) since 1991 provides some interesting insights The average combined contested vote share of the AIADMK and DMK held steady from 1991 to 2004 and started to decline steadily since the 2004 election to hit an all-time low in the 2014 Lok Sabha election From a 45 per cent average combined contested vote share in 1991 to the peak of 47 per cent in 2004 for the two major Dravidian parties it slid to 42 per cent in 2009and to 35 per cent in 2014 This drop of 10 percentage points in vote share would be enough to swing any election if all of it were captured by one entity While alliance arithmetic has often played the swing factor in Tamil Nadu elections since 1991 the analysis of electoral data reveals that since 2004 6-10 per cent of voters have been in constant search for a non-Dravidian alternative Since constituencies were redrawn after the delimitation exercise by the Election Commission voters in Tamil Nadu have had a chance to exercise their franchise in three major elections — 2009 2011 and 2014 There were 54 common constituencies where both the AIADMK and DMK contested in all three elections — 815 per cent voted for either of the two parties in 2009 775 per cent in 2011 and only 717 per cent in 2014 In the same constituencies there is a consistent decline in the combined vote share of the two parties Similarly there were 80 constituencies that had both an AIADMK and a DMK candidate on the ballot in the 2011 and 2014 elections The combined force lost vote share in 78 out of these 80 In a vast majority of constituencies voters increasingly voted for a third option other than the two major Dravidian parties What is more striking is the devil in the detail of the AIADMK’s supposed landslide in the 2014 election There were 165 assembly constituencies with an AIADMK candidate in both the 2011 assembly and 2014 Lok Sabha elections The AIADMK lost vote share in 148 of these in 2014 That the party still managed to win 37 of the state’s 39 seats in the 2014 parliamentary election despite a 9 per cent drop in vote share from 2011 is a manifestation of India’s first-past-the-post electoral system In fact all Dravidian outfits including the MDMK and DMDK lost significant vote share in the 2014 election vis-à-vis the 2011 election Further in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls wherever the AIADMK was pitted against another Dravidian spinoff such as the DMDK or MDMK it did much better than when pitted against a non-Dravidian outfit like the BJP or a communist party This implied that given a choice of only Dravidian outfits voters preferred one of the two major parties It is abundantly evident from this analysis that despite the winner-takes-all electoral tradition of Tamil Nadu’s politics — where the DMK and AIADMK have taken turns at winning a large majority and capturing power for the last 25 years — the vote share for both parties together has been steadily declining since 2004 That there is a simmering longing for a non-Dravidian political outfit among voters in Tamil Nadu is indisputable from electoral data analysis A consensus political alternative or even a leader who can harvest this brewing desire for change and win power is yet to emerge Vasan could not have timed his move better coming at a time when the combined vote share of the two major Dravidian parties is at an all-time low with an election looming Can he meet such lofty expectations and be the one to unseat the Dravidian parties in 2016 after nearly 50 years For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: April 22 2017 6:43 pm Actor Sathyaraj had rendered an apology on Friday following which pro-Kannada groups called off protest against Baahubali 2 Related News The makers of Baahubali: The Conclusion took a sigh of relief on Saturday when hopefully the last hurdle in the film’s way of release got cleared The magnum opus has been hogging headlines for past few days but this time around a particular controversy Baahubali 2 was preparing itself for an uncertain release in Karnataka However the dark clouds cleared for director SS Rajamouli and everyone else associated with the much awaited film whenKannada activist Vatal Nagaraj announced that the pro-Kannada groups have withdrawn their protest against its release The announcement comes a day after actor Sathyaraj regretted his controversial remarks that he made in the past during a water-sharing row between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu “I warn him to be careful in the future while talking about Kannada or people of Karnataka In case if it repeats none of his films will be allowed to release in here I’m warning him today” Vatal said while confirming that the pro-Kannada groups have accepted his apology In 2008 when Karnataka government objected to the Hogenakkal drinking water project of Tamil Nadu the tension between the two states was at its peak The film theatres in Karnataka showing Tamil films came under attack by fringe groups The actors’ association back then held a protest meet to condemn the attack against Tamil films in Chennai Sathyaraj was one of the actors who made some strong remarks at the protest and he even slammed Vatal After that about 30 of his films were released in the state including Baahubali: The Beginning without drawing the attention of Kannada activists Also read |Baahubali 2: Sathyaraj apologises says he takes more pride in being a Tamilian than actor Watch video Given that Baahubali 2 enjoys an unparalleled attention of the people and media worldwide the pro-Kannada groups saw a ripe opportunity to corner Sathyaraj who plays a key character in the film called Kattappa As many as 2000 pro-Kannada groups had threatened to stall the release of the film across the state if Sathyaraj did not issue an unconditional apology Baahubali 2 makers however tried to resolve the issue by distancing themselves from Sathyaraj’s passionate opinions and even sought the help of senior actors of Kannada film fraternity in vain The pro-Kannada groups refused to settle anything less than an apology And Sathyaraj surprised everyone by giving into the demands of the agitating groups in order to ensure a smooth release of the film in Karnataka Vatal had called a press meet on Friday where he was expected to announce his decision to withdraw the protest against film’s release However it was cancelled last minute for unknown reasons According to the reports not all the members of pro-Kannada groups were satisfied with the way Sathyaraj apologised for his remarks Many allegedly thought that Sathyaraj did not really mean what he said and he was doing it to protect the film from suffering a loss However it seems like pro-Kannada activists realised that they do not have much ground to continue their protest after receiving a “wholehearted” apology from Sathyaraj This gives way to a smooth release of Baahubali: The Conclusion which will have its massive opening on April 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 13 2017 2:42 pm Ravindra Jadeja saw his daughter for first time after returning from England and West Indies Related News All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja would be an important member for the Indian team that would be travelling to Sri Lanka later this month India would play a practice match first before the first Test begins on July 26 The tour comprises of three Test matches five ODIs and a solitary T20I in a month and a half long tour Ranked number 1 bowler in Test matches Jadeja has seen his form dip in the Indian Premier League and then the ICC Champions Trophy as he hasn’t been as effective as he usually is But all that could change in Sri Lanka and the side would be banking on it While speaking of things away from the field of play Jadeja recalled the moment he was called a “rockstar” by Australian spin legend Shane Warne but he didn’t know what it meant Further he didn’t know Warne was a great in Test cricket either “Then I didn’t know what rockstar meant When I met Shane Warne for the first time I didn’t know he was such a great bowler in Test cricket He used to call me ‘rockstar’ and I used to wonder that I don’t sing any songs nor do I do anything that I deserved to be called a rockstar” he said “I just asked one of my friends why he is calling me a rockstar He said that maybe because you put too much of zinc on your face (smiles)… I kept working hard on my game and kept improving my skills whether it was bowling or batting” Jadeja who was in England for the ICC Champions Trophy when his daughter Nidhyana was born got the first glimpse of the baby when he returned from the England and then West Indies “It was a special feeling I don’t realise anything now but as I spend more time with the baby then I will get more attached It is a good thing for me and everyone in the family is so happy” he stated For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPranab Mukherjee was to be chosen for the high office. Half of the planet is watching the World Cup now.” added Mujica, this is being viewed as containment of China — to be equated with the way the US used to contain the Soviet Union in an earlier period — a project India was not, Obama’s visit had many transactions as well,Written by Nihal Koshie | Chennai | Updated: July 13

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