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Take the case of recent developments in the United States of America and France, Each generation has the right to look back and reassess the strengths and weaknesses of the past. Bullet in the brain incorporates lyrics such as “I let you use my gifts/To back those lyin’ lips”.

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So had the BJP not spent its decade in opposition staging walkouts from Parliament it would today be in a really strong position to win the next general election If it is notit is mostly because the team that the partys deluded patriarch has gathered around him consists mostly of mediocrities and has-beens So it is no surprise at all that when compared with this caboodleModi should seem like a shining star His problem is that he is now forced to rely on that same bunch of mediocrities that occupy high party positions in Delhi If he wants to become prime minister he is going to need to throw them all out and gather around him men and women with more popular appeal Andwith values that are more in keeping with the traditions of this country Since he has declared himself a proud Hinduhe would do well to examine the traditions of every Indic religion so that he can rediscover that their fundamental principle is tolerance and the right to question This is the exact opposite of the Abrahamic religions that consider blasphemous any questioning of their prophets and sacred books In political termsModi needs to remember that India is a democracy and that every Indian has the right to openly support or not support whom he wants Dr Sen is far from being the only Indian who does not like Modi There are millions like him who see Modi as a dangerously divisive figure and they have every right to express their views freely and without fear of retribution The demand that Dr Sen be made to return his Bharat Ratna if a BJP government wins in 2014 has served not just to demean the BJP but to pump new life into Congress spokesmen who have lately been finding it harder and harder to sound cheerful in public If Modi wants to rectify the damagehe could begin by spending a few hours in BJP headquarters sweeping out the chaff It is an exercise that is long overdue Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: September 7 2017 11:50 am Head of the Spanish soccer league was forcefully denounced by Manchester City(Source: AP) Top News The head of the Spanish soccer league was forcefully denounced by Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday after he criticized the financing of the two clubs by their Gulf state owners La Liga President Javier Tebas resorted to a crude analogy to reproach PSG’s conduct during the summer transfer window in front of soccer executives at a convention in Manchester While in the northern English city Tebas also turned his ire on how City is loaning players to its new sister club in Spain Girona Tebas was quickly confronted by the leadership of Abu Dhabi-owned City during a meeting in Manchester Tebas had already censured City and Qatar-owned PSG in letters to UEFA last month accusing the clubs of “financial doping” and of breaching Financial Fair Play rules by inflating sponsorships from their ownership’s homelands City rebuked Tebas in an unusually blunt statement hours after he met with fellow Spaniard Ferran Soriano the club’s chief executive on Wednesday “Mr Tebas’ statements are ill-informed” City said “and in parts pure fiction” During media briefings in Manchester on Wednesday morning Tebas accused City of sending players to Girona on the cheap ensuring that the Spanish club didn’t have to bear the financial burden of the loans to comply with domestic regulations Tebas claimed La Liga has intervened to ensure Girona is suitably paying for the five players loaned during the summer transfer window by City whose owners – the City Football Group – recently bought a 443 percent share in the top-flight Spanish club Pere Guardiola the brother of Man City manager Pep Guardiola is the managing director of Girona Football Group which has acquired an equal 443 percent share in the club “As you would expect Manchester City Football Club and the City Football Group are seeking appropriate legal counsel and will act accordingly on that advice” City said in relation to Tebas’ comments In France PSG was backed by its league leadership which rounded on the criticism from Tebas The French club broke soccer’s transfer record by buying Neymar from Barcelona for 222 million euros ($262 million) depriving La Liga of one of the game’s hottest talents In Manchester Tebas likened PSG to someone who relieves themselves in a swimming pool when discussing how the club could have financed the transfer “They are laughing at the system” Tebas said of PSG through a translator “We can’t accept this” The French league said in a statement that it “firmly condemns the insulting” comments made by Tebas “These shameful remarks are not worthy of an institution that is as respectable and successful as the Spanish league” the French league added UEFA is looking into PSG’s summer signings with particular scrutiny of Kylian Mbappe’s move from Monaco which was structured to delay another costly outlay after Neymar’s world record fee Mbappe has only joined on loan but there’s already a plan for him to sign on a permanent deal next year that will cost PSG 180 million euros ($216 million) When Mbappe was presented in Paris on Wednesday PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi faced questions about the structure of the deal “We have nothing to hide” Al-Khelaifi said before coyly adding: “I can’t speak about all the details We’ve done everything within the rules” And in a message to Tebas Al-Khelaifi said: “If someone’s angry that’s not my problem” Over at SoccerEx around the same time Tebas was asked whether PSG’s ownership from energy-rich Qatar could help to prize Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi away from Spanish clubs like Neymar “Let’s see” Tebas said “Those players have even higher release clauses But my friend Nasser Al-Khelaifi just does this (motioning the opening a gas valve) and he makes it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Seoul | Updated: September 17 2017 4:41 pm PV Sindhu won her first Korea Open title Related News PV Sindhu became the first Indian badminton player to lift the title in Korea after she beat Nozomi Okuhara in the women’s singles final at Korea Open Superseries in Seoul on Sunday This was her third Super Series title and second this year In a rematch of the World Championships final which was won by Okuhara Sindhu avenged her loss from Glasgow and won the Korea Open Superseries final 22-20 11-21 21-18 and claimed the title Sindhu and Okuhara played a neck-to-neck first game before the Japanese dominated the second game Sindhu and Okuhara were once again playing a tense third game before Sindhu began edging ahead Okuhara tried making a comeback late in the third game but Sindhu held fort PV Sindhu with her medal The Indian defended Okuhara’s smashes and came up with her own powerful shots to keep a slender lead Okuhara saved one match point before surrendering the game 21-18 and eventually the title Ajay Jayaram was the first Indian to reach the final of Korea Open in 2015 and Sindhu became the second one but went one step ahead of Jayaram by winning the title Sindhu began the match with net play and Okuhara looked a little uncomfortable The Indian took a small lead but as the game progressed Okuhara was looking more confident At the break in first game Okuhara led 11-9 after a strong net game Sindhu who had relied on down the line smashes and then net drop shots changed it to long cross-court shots She was trailing afte the break but quickly levelled up things It was a point-by-point tussle between the two as it went neck-to-neck till 17-17 Sindhu then faultered by committed unforced errors and Okuhara had two game points when a shot went wide The Japanese could hav claimed the game but Sindhu with some luck saved both match points before taking the game 22-20 PV Sindhu and Nozomi Okuhara with their medals The match took a different shape in the second game Okuhara stepped up her net game by returning Sindhu’s drop shots Her returns were quicker from the net which disturbed Sindhu’s plans Okuhara’s stunning net play forced the players to not get involved in long rallies and Sindhu took time to adjust to this change Okuhara led 11-6 at the break But it was no different story as Sindhu kept falling behind She looked tired as Okuhara continued to make her cover every part of the court The number of unforced errors increased and Okuhara ran away woth the game For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWe will allow the auto rickshaw driver to hold permit for a four-wheeler vehicle and ensure that the transfer of permits happen without any extra cost.

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