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as per the needs of the people. including defender Javi Martinez and winger Arjen Robben.Badal then stressed that SYL canal dispute was not political but "a livelihood and economic issue". the text of Article 74, We are having a new path.. we feel it will be a victory path" he said in stout defence of his new move The decision by Vasan to disassociate from Congress brings to end to his 14-year-long association with the grand old party following the merger of Tamil Manila Congress floated by his father G K Moopanar Former Tamil Nadu unit Congress president B S Gnanadesikan who resigned the party post last week was also present with Vasan PTI By: PTI | Published: August 13 2017 10:34 pm Garry Kasparov returns after 12 years (Source: AP) Related News In a move electrifying the world of chess former world champion Garry Kasparov is coming out of a 12-year retirement tomorrow to take on a new generation of players who have long worshiped him as the closest thing to a “chess god” Kasparov utterly dominated the sport from 1985 to 2000 Since his withdrawal from a tournament in Linares Spain in March 2005 the Russian’s absence has left many chess fanatics feeling orphaned So there was considerable surprise when he agreed to play in the new Rapid and Blitz tournament in St Louis Missouri which follows closely after the annual Sinquefield Cup competition a major stop on the world tour in the same city on the Mississippi River Kasparov who became the youngest world champion ever at age 22 in 1985 is now 54 more than a decade past the age when professional chess players typically retire From Monday to Saturday the Russian will put aside the business that has kept him busy in retirement — his vocal and determined opposition to President Vladimir Putin — to play against some of chess’s big guns like fellow Russian Sergey Karjakin The world’s current No 1 player Magnus Carlsen of Norway will not be there however Still the return to competition of the Azerbaijan-born Kasparov — a man once dubbed the “Beast of Baku” whose epic clashes with Anatoli Karpov are part of chess legend — has had an explosive impact in the chess world particularly in St Louis ‘To see this dude play’ “Everyone is talking about it” American chess grandmaster Alejandro Ramirez told AFP “People are flying from India and China to see this dude play” Kasparov’s long and “unparalleled” dominance of the chess world made him “a cultural icon” said Ramirez a US Open champion who coaches the chess team at Saint Louis University The younger generation which Ramirez sees emerging almost by the day “certainly looks up to him” he said “His contribution to chess theory and our understanding of the game resonate still today” But what are Kasparov’s realistic chances after so many years away from the grueling competition of professional chess The man himself dodged the question in his only tweet mentioning his comeback: “Looks like I’m going to raise the average age of the field and lower the average rating” he quipped in a bit of self-deprecating humor “Garry Kasparov has always had a fighting spirit second to none and he is extremely competitive” Ramirez said “But he is still going to be facing very stiff competition” including “some of the best of the best of the world” The high-pressure speed-chess format of the St Louis tournament where players are forced to make their moves far more rapidly than during normal competitions could be tough on the graying Kasparov as he takes on much younger players who specialize in that approach “I expect him to be fighting for the top spots but I would be surprised if he wins it all” said Ramirez 29 who became a grandmaster at age 15 His ‘incredible aura’ But in a tournament that will include four of the world’s top 10 players Kasparov is not expected to be a pushover said Sylvain Ravot of France who has a master rating “His sense of the game his passion for winning his experience and his reflexes should all help him do well perhaps even land in the top three even if it will be much harder for him” Ravot said in an interview while emphasizing Kasparov’s “incredible aura” Accustomed to being a step ahead of the field the Russian “chose the venue well — more or less within his reach — for his comeback” Ravot said adding that the mere fact of Kasparov’s return might be more important than his actual performance “It’s a bit like Pete Sampras making a comeback” to tennis he said Kasparov would appear to be motivated more by love of the game than anything else though the winner’s purse in St Louis is a not-paltry $150000 “It’s not even clear that he wants to play again after St Louis” the French expert said Kasparov did in fact return to the game though only in informal capacity in 2015 He played a friendly match against Nigel Short — 10 years after formally bowing out of professional competition Kasparov did not appear to have lost a step: He crushed his British opponent 8 to 1 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 3 2017 5:26 am Top News The Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Thursday said the new winter schedule has been released for the flights operating at the Chandigarh International Airport According to the new schedule the first morning flight will arrive at 9 am instead of 740 am and the last flight will depart from the airport at 7 pm instead of 555 pm The first flight to arrive at the Chandigarh International Airport is Air India from Leh and the same one will depart for Leh at 940 am In the evening the Go Air flight to Mumbai will arrive at 630 pm and depart at 7 pm from the Chandigarh airport Watch:International Powerboat Race Launch Dramatically Halted By JCB Trucks The new schedule has been implemented from Wednesday and will be in effect till the next amendment AAI officials said An airport official said the few flights that were taken off from the schedule in December have been included in the new one New flights Indigo has decided to start a direct flight to Hyderabad from Chandigarh from February 20 The same flight will operate to Chennai once it lands at the Hyderabad airport The flight would first depart from Chandigarh Airport at 1415 and arrive at Hyderabad at 1635hrs After a lay over of 3hrs 30 minutes a connecting flight would operate to Chennai The flight would depart at 2005 hrs from Hyderabad and then arrive in Chennai at 2130hrs The Indigo is also operating one additional flight to Delhi-Chandigarh-Delhi starting from February 20 the officials said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 9 2017 5:48 pm South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada put his finger on his lips after getting England’s Ben Stokes LBW (Source: AP) Related News Kagiso Rabada chose to stay tight-lipped figuratively and literally after getting Kagiso Rabada leg before on the fourth day of the opening Test between South Africa and England at Lord’s Bowling round the wicket the South Africa seamer came darting in and with the ball staying low he pinned the left-handed batsman lbw and that was that for Stokes – gone for 1 with wickets falling quickly in favour of South Africa But what came next was what caught attention As Stokes passed Rabada the South African put his finger to his lips and chose not to say a word – or two words – this time Walking back Stokes could only shake his head in frustration with an early exit and the possibly with the extent to which the ball stayed low The reactions comes after he was handed a suspension for the second Test following a sending-off to Stokes In the first innings Rabada told Stokes to ‘f*** off’ after dismissing him for 56 and was subsequently handed a 15 per cent fine one demerit point and the suspension An ICC statement said: “During the opening day’s play in the Lord’s Test against England on Thursday Rabada was found guilty of breaching article 217 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Player and Player Support Personnel which relates to “using language actions or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batsman upon his/her dismissal during an International Match” “Thursday’s incident related to Rabada using inappropriate language after dismissing England batsman Ben Stokes which were audible over the stump microphones and also resulted in the batsman to turn before walking off the field” WICKET Stokes out for 1 149/5 #ENGvSAhttp://s.tco/aoH97zJNWp pictwittercom/RV3vSMYk6R — England Cricket (@englandcricket) 9 July 2017 In the opening session on Day 4 of the opening Test England lost control of the match losing seven wickets in a matter of 43 runs As lunch break came calling England had been reduced to 182/8 with Jonny Bairstow (28*) and Mark Wood (0*) in the middle Morne Morkel (3/37) laid the foundation on Sunday morning with Rabada (2/46) Keshav Maharaj (3/65) building on it For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Updated: January 9 2014 11:45 pm Related News Immoral judgment * Morality is relative and not absolute What is considered moral by onesuch as polytheismmay be considered immoral by another Some people may consider homosexuality immoral They are free to do so and their sentiments must be respected But that is no reason to make homosexuality a crime What consenting adults do in private is no concern of the state The recent decision of the court to criminalise gay sex is a blot on our otherwise tolerant society Vikas Dangwal Faridabad Double standards * This refers to the editorial Mix and match (IEDecember 20) It is ironic that the Congress party is understood to be working on forging an alliance with the RJD and LJP in Bihar It seems to have forsaken the JD(U)with which it was getting quite friendly One wonders how the UPAwhich has only just passed the Lokpal Billcan justify an alliance with Lalu Prasad the RJD chief who has recently been convicted of corruption in the fodder scam Alsowith Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi voicing the need for more anti-corruption legislationshow can the Congress think its okay to join hands with Lalu After Gandhi killed the ordinance to protect convicted legislatorshow does this double standard not embarrass him SK Gupta Panchkula Right to work * This refers to the editorial Closed for no work (IEDecember 20) Parliament is meant to represent the will of the people of India and serve their interests It is understandable that given the limited time and the tremendous workloadsome work will be left undone But Parliament is expected to be able to prioritise its work and use its limited time effectively Only passing the Lokpal Bill out of the 29 bills listed for consideration indicates a lack of concern for the electorate and for the institution of the parliament Many new bills could not even be introduced The Congress should have extended the session to pass the Womens Reservation BillDirect Taxes Code etc Both the government and the opposition are deeply disappointing Subhash Vaid New Delhi The help * This refers to Why no outrage over victim: US prosecutor (IEDecember 20) The answer to Preet Bhararas rhetorical question is simple Firstbecause the complainant Sangeeta Richard is not a rich and resourceful diplomat Secondbecause Richards father doesnt seem to be a powerfulretired IAS officer with property scattered across the country and connections in political parties Thirdbecause we live in a country with a feudal mindsetwhere most of us would not have even paused to think about minimum wages and contracts with respect to our domestic staff Most people probably think Richards salary of Rs 30000 per month excessivelittle realising that a $500 per month salary in New York City is a pittance Having said thatthe reported treatment of Devyani Khobragade by the US authorities was barbaric If US law mandates such treatment as a part of standard operating procedureit should be condemned by all right-thinking people HK Kulkarni Dombivli For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News New Delhi: A question in Lok Sabha ondrought on Mondayled to a war of words between the treasury andopposition benches with Agriculture Minister Radha MohanSingh attacking erstwhile Congress-led governments alleging that dams were built in Maharashtra to serve the sugarindustry and not the farmers When Singh was replying to a supplementary by a Shiv Senamember during Question Hour on whether government will extendrelief to the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra for drought? the government has decided?