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calling it a lobby of a five star hotel. we did not get a clear majority. “We need to understand why there were two rounds of Delhi Assembly polls within a year. looks as though it is under a curfew,NDMC spokesperson Anand Tiwari said,During the monsoonwe respond to complaints whenever they are made On Wednesdaythe CM stepped in and asked contractors to hurry up?com For all the latest Opinion News, global trade has been stagnant for the last three years, AP In that case,” The Hindustan Times?REUTERS Related News Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that losing wickets of the second new ball including a poor umpiring decision.
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MNP Society. they will take their places back in the side for the September 15-17 tie in Edmonton.s bridge. 2010 2:39 am Related News Work at the dug-up roads on, Former king Gyanendra and his family visit her at least once a week,e. off seasons he concerns himself with remaining fit rather than concentrating on his game practice “Movement comes automatically if you stay fit So I try to stay fit more than working on my moves or anything” he said “I have also made a few changes to my diet I used to eat a lot of non-vegetarian food earlier but now I avoid that” Cheralathan says that he spends his off season shifting time between his job in the railways his family and training “It is different now” he says when asked about how he is perceived at his workplace “Everyone recognises me now I try to avoid all that and do my work” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 17 2017 9:18 am Pinto said his team will have a slight advantage in playing the first match at home (Source: Reuters) Top News FIFA’s decision to schedule the World Cup qualifier between Australia and Honduras with just five days in between the two matches was “inhumane” the Central Americans’ coach Jorge Luis Pinto has said The first match in the intercontinental playoff for a spot at the finals in Russia next year is scheduled to take place in Central America on Nov 10 with the second leg in Sydney five days later There are no direct flights from Australia to Honduras and the Honduran team’s logistics manager told local newspaper La Prensa they have to fly to Los Angeles before connecting on a flight heading Down Under “It’s inhumane of FIFA to put the dates so close with such a long trip in between them” Pinto said in quotes that were widely reported in Honduras on Monday However Pinto said his team will have a slight advantage in playing the first match at home “We don’t have to do two trips that could be harmful to us” he said in quotes published in the Diez sports newspaper “On the other hand Australia have to come here and play the game and then go home and that’s more tiring” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ajay Chhibber | Published: June 22 2013 5:55 am Related News As the US prepares to withdrawAfghanistan must brace for many transitions The recently announced negotiations with the Taliban and President Hamid Karzais reaction once again puts the future of Afghanistan in the spotlight There is intense interest in securityand talks about security Equally important are issues of how to improve peoples livelihoods and basic services such as waterroadselectricityjustice and the rule of law These issues will determine how the Afghan people react to the changing political and security landscape Despite the gloom and doom news from Afghanistanthere are many positives Over two million childrenincluding girlsregularly attend school Connectivity has improvedwith more than 14 million cellphone users Budgetary systems are improving to ensure better accountability and delivery of public services Yet huge challenges remain The effort to improve local government must be accelerated In the decade between the two Bonn conferencesmuch was done to build national institutions in Kabul When it came to building local governmenthoweverdonor impatience led to shortcuts Each donor selected a province to set up its own provincial reconstruction team (PRT) and deliver assistance The hard slog to build effective local government seemed time-consuming and difficult Setting up a PRT with visible results was much easier Nowas foreign troops withdrawwere dealing with the same issue the rebuilding of local government infrastructure without which delivery of services isnt possible The likelihood of a sharp drop in aid post-2014 occupies attention But even current levels of promised assistance are not flowing through A mutual accountability pact made in Tokyo pledged around $4 billion per year in assistance to Afghanistanbut less than 50 per cent of that has been delivered Part of the problem is the lack of expertise at the local level to efficiently use assistancewhich will require a build-up of local government A related issue is that the excess of experienced personnel in key ministries and departments has created a parallel civil service The challenge is to dismantle this parallel structure to create a sustainable Afghan-led civil servicewhile retaining talented people There is an important need to create employment for a young and rapidly growing population A majority of Afghanistans population depends on agricultureand revitalising agricultural growth remains the largest source of job-creation and improving livelihoods In the pastsignificant emphasis was placed on inputs such as irrigationfertiliser and seeds Not enough focus has been given to understanding the supply chainencouraging agro-processingand finding markets for agricultural products Much attention has turned to Afghanistans mining potential Efforts to develop a mining law and an investment framework have been progressingbut developing mining takes time and huge investments will only happen once peace is established Afghanistan might also consider a cash-for-work scheme focused on road maintenancereforestationand basic urban and municipal infrastructure Schemes for youthfocused on skills-trainingsports and civic culture are also crucial Kabul is the fastest growing city in the world as refugees return from abroadand people migrate from the countryside Given the lack of well-established property rights and insufficient servicesthere remains a largevulnerable population that shuffles around the citycreating a huge challenge for government and a sense of insecurity Without jobsno security is possible There has been a heavy emphasis on building and strengthening the Afghan security forces But not enough focus on justice and the rule of law This leaves a vacuumespecially in remote areas The Taliban has gained acceptability in some parts of the country by providing a sort of rough and ready justice If people are to reject the Talibanthey must experience an alternative that is crediblepredictable and fair under the rule of law The UNDP managed Law and Order Trust Fund must be usednot just for orderbut also to build infrastructure for the provision of law A visible and vital symbol of a credible transition will be the conduct of the 2014 presidential electionsand subsequent parliamentary and local elections People will want to see an electoral system that can deliver a reasonably clean election and withstand the tests it will face Womens ability to vote and play an equal part in politics will be carefully watched The UN is working closely with the Independent Election Commission to develop such a system but as political manoeuvrings intensify as elections get closera united international community must be prepared to provide financial assistance and ensure key players stay firm on their commitments for a free and fair election A landlocked countryAfghanistan has always prospered when it has been a bridge across regions with China and Central Asia to the north and eastwith India and Pakistan to the southand with the Near East to its west Thereforeregional cooperation must form a core of any strategy of economic development for Afghanistan With the prospects of improved India-Pakistan relationsany trade agreement between them would be a huge boon for Afghanistan as it would pave the way to the large and growing Indian market It would also open the possibility of the much-discussed TAPI energy corridor Likewiseentry into Central Asia and Chinaalong the Silk Routeoffers Afghanistan a huge trade potential If these challenges are overcomewe can see more progress on economic and social developmentand a better framework for security too The writer is UN assistant secretary-generalUNDP assistant administratorand director of UNDPs Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News