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SSP Eish Singhal and DGP Tajender Singh Luthra met them and asked them to wait for two more days.The Supreme Court took suo motu notice of the deaths… either from spurious drugs or due to wrong prescription of blood thinning and lipid lowering medicines? Another report stated the Lahore high court directed a petitioner to array Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif as a respondent in a petition against him for holding 18 portfoliosincluding that health ministry?45 am, Atletico drew 0-0 at home to Espanyol in La Liga at the weekend and missed the chance to reduce the nine-point deficit to leaders Real Madrid, This is why there has always been some distance between him and his? a resident of Sector 27.the pace of work at the Civic Centre is not so frenzied. He has been booked under the Explosive Act. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: June 30 2017 4:14 am Related News THE KHANNA police have booked one person a transgender for allegedly cutting off a man’s private parts An FIR was registered against one Rekha Mahant based on the statement of the victim Jagtar Singh The victim was found lying near Neelon bridge He was bleeding and was admitted to PGIMER Chandigarh In his statement he alleged that Mahant cut off his private parts and “forced him to join transgender community” Meanwhile a group of transgenders protested against police action Wednesday in front of Samrala police station and alleged that Mahant had been “framed” The protesters also claimed that Jagtar Singh “performs with them” in villages They claimed that their community “never forces anyone to become an eunuch and that a conspiracy was hatched against Mahant” Manjit Singh SHO Samrala police station said an FIR against Mahant had been registered under section 326 (Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons) at Samrala police station An investigation was on he added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Seena Sathya | Kochi | Published: December 16 2016 7:48 pm The five-member international jury headed by Israel born Arab filmmaker Michel Khleifi selected the winners for the Suvarna Chakoram award from the fifteen entries which were in the race Top News “Clash” the Egyptian movie directed by Mohamed Diab has won the Suvarna Chakoram (Golden Crow Pheasant) Award at the 21st International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) The awards were given away at the concluding ceremony in Thiruvananthapuram on Friday evening “Clair Obscur” directed by Yesim Ustaoglu won the Rajatha Chakoram (Silver Crow Pheasant) Award for the Best Director This film is co-production between Turkey Germany Poland and France Watch What Else is Making News Vidhu Vincent won the Rajatha Chakoram for the Best Debut Director The Malayalam film “Manhole” about manual scavenging won the TV reporter this award for her first feature Spanish movie “Warehoused” directed Jack Zagha won the FIPRESCI award for Best International Fim Manhole also bagged the FIPRESCI award for Best Malayalam film Turkish production “Cold of Calander” directed by Mustafa Kara won the NETPAC award for the best Asian film “Kammattipadam” by Rajeev Ravi won the NETPAC Award for best Malayalam film “Kammattipadam” is the ace cinematographer’s third directorial venture “Clash” was also voted as the best film by audience for the Audience Prize Rajatha Chakoram The five-member international jury headed by Israel born Arab filmmaker Michel Khleifi selected the winners Fifteen films including four from India were in the race for the Suvarna Chakoram The week long festival saw an unprecedented participation of 13000 delegates For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2017 4:39 am A makeshift toilet at Kidwai Nagar Photo: Praveen Khanna Top News For lakhs of slum-dwellers across the capital something as simple as going to the toilet can be a daunting task Abhishek Angad heads to eight JJ clusters each with a unique problem of its own to understand how people who live there make it through the day Niron Devi has never been to a toilet in the last 25 years The 55-year-old — who hails from Uttar Pradesh and works as a landless farmer in east Delhi’s Yamuna floodplains — defecates in a pit near her jhuggi on the floodplain While there is a Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) night shelter near the jhuggi with a toilet each for men and women Devi and other women from the area don’t use the toilets as they are dirty and lack a sewerage system Sometimes they say the authorities don’t allow them to use the toilets Not that relieving themselves in the open is any less troublesome Forming the hood of a snake with her hand Devi says “Sometimes we are forced to run half-naked if we spot one” From fear of snakes to incidents of sexual assault to being forced to use filthy toilets the plight of Devi and others like her stands out against the backdrop of the Aam Aadmi Party government’s claims that it is making the capital open defecation-free In the government’s radio advertisements a woman can be heard saying: “Chachi ye toh sahi hai pehle khule mein jaate the kitna kharab lagta tha Ab Dilli sarkar ne kitne badiya toilets bana ke diye hain mein to nahane bhi wahin jaati hoon aur kapde dhone bhi” The government has ambitious plans to make toilets accessible to all especially women Since coming to power it has constructed around 7000 toilet seats and plans to construct 7000 more before March 31 this year The Indian Express spent four days at eight JJ clusters across districts (see box) and found that this is a lot easier said than done Fear of the dark While dirty toilets are an obvious problem women in Devi’s area say they do not want to step out after dark to relieve themselves as they fear being assaulted They recount one such incident that happened in 2016 at another jhuggi 2 km away A 16-year-old girl had gone out to relieve herself when she was stabbed by her 20-year-old neighbour for resisting his advances The girl survived but is undergoing treatment at a Delhi hospital Meena a 19-year-old Delhi University student from the area says the government set up 10 prefabricated toilets last month “But how can one walk 2 km at night All we can do is try and control it” she says Guddu an activist had pushed for eight months to set up the toilets and explains how tedious the process can be “First a proposal was sent to DUSIB which sent it to the state pollution control board to conduct an environmental impact assessment Eventually work started but even then there were obstacles Sometimes the contractor would not turn up and once some policemen took me to the station to question me about construction work on the floodplain I had to show them documents before they let me go” says Guddu He has now been made the de-facto caretaker of the toilets — a job he does not like “People here don’t want to pay money (Re 1)… and I have to clean the entire toilet Plus I don’t get paid and the contractor asks me to manage on my own” he says The 10 toilets are meant to serve about 1500 jhuggis from DND to Akshardham says Shakeel member of the NGO Delhi Housing Rights Task Force R R Singla executive engineer of this circle DUSIB says the entire stretch has many jhuggis that are not recognised by the government “Pucca toilets cannot be constructed here Instead prefabricated toilets were set up by the engineering department An agency is responsible for maintaining the toilets and paying the caretaker Guddu has complained regarding his salary and I have forwarded it to the department concerned Action will be taken soon” he says A hard day’s work Speaking to caretakers at many toilet complexes suggests that while official apathy is one factor there is also a dire need for civic sense At one of the biggest toilet complexes in Kalkaji’s Bhoomiheen Camp the caretaker Sonu Kumar Jha says the area doesn’t look like it’s part of the capital Jha who has earlier worked with the sulabh shauchalaya in Chhattisgarh says “People defecate even where they are supposed to bathe” Jha joined the complex inaugurated on January 10 by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on February 22 And he’s already thinking of changing jobs He carries a plastic soft-drink bottle filled with washing powder and every time someone comes to use the toilet he thrusts it towards them so that they can wash their hands “Around 3000 people come here daily and many don’t want to pay If we insist they threaten us They drink alcohol and dump the liquor bottles inside latrines clogging the entire system They burn mugs with cigarettes and have broken more than 300 water taps I don’t understand why they do it” says Jha pointing to a room where a heap of broken plastic water taps lies in a corner Jha and his colleague have been given an almost barren room inside the complex for their stay In one corner are packets of washing powder called 555; beside it is a small gas cylinder and a few potatoes Sitting on a plywood bed — the only other comfortable thing in his room is a worn-out sofa — Jha says “This is our life I don’t even get proper sleep But something is better than nothing” DUSIB has given the contract to maintain the toilet to an NGO Social Skill Vision Society which in turn employs Jha NGO member Mukesh Singh says they bid Rs 431 per toilet seat apart from a one-time licence fee of Rs 15 lakh “I pay around Rs 66000 every month and then I have to pay the cleaners and caretakers In the last one-and-a-half months I have paid Rs 36000 as electricity charges — more than what it should be I am running into losses and have written to the DUSIB about it” says Singh adding that since January 10 he has changed 350 water taps Many pipes have been stolen from the premises “People even stole plants kept near the entrance” he says While toilets across the capital are being inaugurated with much fanfare they lack any upkeep whatsoever Executive Engineer P K Mittal of DUSIB under whose jurisdiction the Kalkaji complex falls under says “There is some complication as the previous NGO in-charge of the complex did not pay all their bills We are working on it and will sort out the issue soon” says Mittal The newly constructed toilet complex at Kalkaji Basti No way to live With toilets either defunct or too far people often have to get inventive Take for instance the 350 jhuggis in southwest Delhi’s East Kidwai Nagar where residents have erected a single makeshift toilet seat precariously balanced in the middle of a naala While each household has a toilet there is no sewage system Locals say refuse from the toilet goes directly into the naala right beside their homes The water has been stagnant for the last few months because of ongoing construction making it a perfect breeding ground for disease The jhuggis incidentally are located next to the building of the National Human Rights Commission at INA Mathura Das pradhan of the jhuggis says he has written to several authorities highlighting their deplorable living conditions One such letter purportedly written on March 1 talks about the foul smell due to chemicals being dumped into the naala by a construction company He says the hygiene levels are so low that people fall sick often The other major issue people say is of too few toilets for large populations At Cigarettewala Bagh in Model Town a 43-year-old woman died in July 2015 while crossing the road to use a mobile public toilet A year-and-a-half later a permanent toilet has come up in the area Women who spoke to The Indian Express said they find it safer compared to relieving themselves in the park but the wait here is far too long Roads running between jhuggis have been dug up to lay sewer lines but with work at a standstill for the last one month water has accumulated around households “Forget toilets we step out of our house and it seems like a drain” says Tri Mohan a shopkeeper Naturi Lal a resident says men usually go to the adjoining park as the eight toilet seats at the complex are not sufficient Pointing to the park he says the area where women used to defecate has now been converted into a nursery Half a kilometre away is another cluster of 100 jhuggis just ahead of Model Town Metro station Three toilets in the jhuggis inexplicably remain locked and residents especially the 125 women and girls use a private one-seater toilet built during the Commonwealth Games One of them is 65-year-old Maya Devi who has lived in the JJ cluster for the last 32 years Maya does not use the sole toilet as the waiting time is too long and instead goes in the open But she says she “cannot sit in that position for too long and has to go at least three times” Every night says she has rusk and a few cups of tea so she “doesn’t feel the urge” to defecate Arjun the pradhan of this jhuggi cluster claims that the AAP had promised a 40-seater toilet complex “but nothing has happened in the last two years” Area MLA Akhilesh Pati Tripathi blames the DDA for the delay and says the complex will soon come up on an elevated platform in the park“After DDA’s land commissioner approved the complex the horticulture department delayed it stating that toilets cannot be set up in a green-belt area The matter is now resolved and the toilets will be operational in the next 25 days” says Tripathi A matter of safety The burden of lack of toilets weighs more heavily on women who say they have to recce an area before they relieve themselves And going in the middle of the night they say is out of the question In Rohini’s Sector 26 two minor girls were raped last month when they went to relieve themselves in a vacant plot Nearby at Badli village in Rohini’s Sector 19 there’s just one toilet complex for 800-plus jhuggis Kusum (50) who hails from Azamgarh says there are three women in her home “If all of us keep standing in a queue the kids will miss school So we go outside as it is faster” she says Caretaker Manmohan Singh says he asked DUSIB to increase the number of toilet seats “But the authorities said if they need to construct one more floor of toilets the entire building has to be razed down and built from scratch” he says Pradhan Mahender Singh says requests made to authorities to put up a few mobile toilets fell on deaf ears In outer Delhi’s Shahbad Dairy area residents say sexual harassment is common with many cases going unreported While two toilet complexes 400 mts apart have been built in the area residents prefer going out in the open Phool Singh the caretaker of one of the complexes who is disabled says “Most residents don’t use the toilets as they don’t want to pay for its use They carry bottles of water and go out out in the open” Sultana a mother of two who lives in the area says they do not want to pay for using the toilet when they can go out in the open for free “There are four elderly people in my family We cannot afford to pay every time someone has to relieve themselves” she says Shahbad Daultapur No water electricity Between Punjabi Bagh and Ashok Park Main Metro station in west Delhi is Golden Park jhuggi A single public toilet built by DUSIB caters to its 500-odd residents Arjun Kumar (23) a father of three who lives in the same jhuggi is the caretaker of the toilet He says about 230 people use the toilet and that it is cleaned twice a day However maintaining the toilet especially the women’s complex is a problem According to Kumar there is no direct water supply in the women’s section “Women have to take water from a drum nearby Sometimes women relieve themselves on the floor beside the latrines” he says Kumar adds that electricity is another issue in the area “For the past few months there has been no power supply in the complex A month ago I set up generators but even they have stopped working” he says Executive Engineer Anil Aggarwal of Circle 4 DUSIB says the earlier NGO did not pay the bills on time following which BSES cut off supply “We are also looking into the water supply issue” he says 8 clusters common problems Yamuna floodplains No of jhuggis: 1500 No of toilets: Two toilets each at one night shelter and 10 prefabricated toilets 200 mts from Mayur Vihar Phase 1 Metro station Main problem: Toilets are badly maintained women don’t want to walk 2 km at night to relieve themselves for fear of being assaulted; sometimes they encounter snakes Bhoomiheen Camp Kalkaji No of jhuggis: 2500 No of toilets: Newly constructed complex (142 seats 6 baths) Main problem: Lack of civic sense Many people break taps clog toilets with liquor bottles refuse to pay the fee They have also burnt mugs with cigarettes and broken more than 300 water taps Southwest Delhi’s East Kidwai Nagar No of jhuggis: 350 No of toilets: Each house has toilets but no sewage system Main problem: Refuse from the toilet goes directly into the naala which is stagnant making it a perfect breeding ground for diseases Authorities yet to take action Cigarettewala Bagh Model Town No of jhuggis: 200 No of toilets: 1 permanent toilet complex Main problem: Residents relieve themselves in the open as the wait at the toilet complex is too long; roads have been dug up to lay sewer lines; work has come to a standstill turning the area into a drain Hanuman Mandir jhuggi Model Town Metro station No of jhuggis: 100 No of toilets: Three toilet seats (which are locked); 2 private toilet seats (shuts at 9 pm) Main problem: Toilets are mostly locked; AAP had promised a 40-seater toilet complex but nothing has come up in the last two years Badli village Rohini Sector 19 No of jhuggis: 800 No of toilets: 1 toilet complex Main problem: Not enough toilets; safety issues cropped up after two minor girls were raped last month Requests made to authorities to put up more mobile toilets Outer Delhi’s Shahbad Daultapur Block E No of jhuggis: 2000 (approx) No of toilets: 2 newly constructed toilet complexes 400 mts apart Main problem: Sexual harassment is common and many cases go unreported; residents don’t want to pay for using toilets Golden Park jhuggi West Delhi No of jhuggis/residents: 500 residents No of toilets: 1 toilet complex built by DUSIB Main problem: Toilets meant for women are often not clean no direct water supply in the women’s section no electricity In a survey conducted by the Delhi government last year it was found that there are 254 open defecation spots in the capital Of the 3 lakh families living across 750 JJ clusters 50 per cent defecate in the open Delhi Needs Close to 15000 Toilet Seats to Become Open Defecation-Free AAP government inaugurated close to 7000 toilets seats in two years 500 toilet seats in December last year In addition there are 265 community toilet complexes in JJ clusters which have: 7127 toilet seats 1754 baths 174 pucca complexes 52 prefab toilets 39 mobile toilet vans (Source: Delhi govt DUSIB) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anil Chowdhry | Published: April 18 2013 12:25 am Related News Why India cannot act with the restraint and resolve seen in Boston As one watched the story that broke the long hiatus of terrorist strikes in the USpost 9/11unfold on Indian TVas well as on CNN and BBCthe contrast with reactions to similar terrorist strikes at public places in India was indeed striking No blamegame among political leaders and agenciesno speculative reporting on the identity of the culprits Just poignant pictures of the injured being rushed to hospitalexpressions of sympathy for the families of those killed and injuredand a serious resolve to leave no stone unturned in bringing the perpetrators to book on the part of those in authority from the highest (the US president) to the lowest (the district attorney) in severely restrained tones The prompt and efficient response of emergency services like the police and ambulancesand even from the publicwas another aspect of the sharp contrast with the Indian scene But to be fair to ourselvesthe pressure of crowds and media persons and the general indiscipline make the task much more difficult One has been watching the reactions of our own politicianswho point fingers at each other over intelligence/policing failures after similar strikes The aggressive presence of media reporterswho immediately start speculating with their parallel investigations and sharing clues with their viewers rather than with government agenciesas well as onlookers invading the scene of the blastwhich leads to loss of valuable forensic evidenceare the other areas where we can learn from the reaction to the Boston blasts The US and Indiathe most powerful and the most populous democraciesboth face a very high degree of threat from jihadi terrorists Time and againthey have agreed to fight jointly and singly to free society from the menace of international terrorism But the results have been hugely different Both countries follow a federal system of governance In many areasthe Central and state governments in India enjoy far greater power than their US counterparts in dealing with internal security threats For instancethey can bring in the army in aid of the civil administration and deploy Central paramilitary forces in affected areas Yetour counter-terrorism strategy has failed abysmallythanks to the lack of the kind of political resolve witnessed in the US after 9/11 Our opposition leaders have been claimingbacked by sections of the mediathat while the US has positioned a foolproof internal security apparatus post-9/11 so tight that no terrorist group has dared to strike again on their soil in Indiathey continue to strike with impunity at crowded public placescausing a heavy loss of innocent lives The Boston bombings have punctured this myth As someone who has been at the forefront of the prolonged war against international terrorI can say with conviction that no country in the worldwith the exception perhaps of totalitarian regimescan claim that it does not face a threat from terror Moreoverit is extremely difficult to provide foolproof security cover at public places in free and democratic societies Our police forces and investigating agencies are seriously lacking in trainingorientation and equipmentparticularly forensic tools and technologyto handle such incidentswhich disturb the peace and leave the average citizen with a sense of insecurity Our unfriendly neighbourhood and the large presence of sleeper cells in our citieswaiting for directions to strike at times and places decided by their mastersdo make India a dangerous place to live in We have to face this reality Are wethereforeto conclude that by opting for the UK model of parliamentary democracy in preference to the US and French presidential formwe have faltered Thisin my viewis both a hasty and a simplistic conclusion The fact is that our political/ bureaucratic leadership has failed to ponder measures which deserve to be initiated to tackle the threats to our national security The security of the average citizen is not a priority for our netas How many of our national and state leaders have shown the courage to rise above electoral politics to bring in tough laws and provide teeth to our security agencies and police forces to meet the threats I cannot even count them on my fingertips The writera retired IPS officeris former secretary (internal security)Union home ministry express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Rohit Roy: Happy birthday to the coolest dude on the block… the one, We are not the only ones applauding.

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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 27,about 35 km from Chandigarh.Dirty business?IEDecember 11) The Supreme Courts decision to grant the right of distribution of natural resources to the government seems to have placed excessive faith in the latters objectivity The plunder of land and mines by unscrupulous elements has to be checked by instituting a transparent mechanism to allot them in a fair mannerwith provisions for audit and regulatory control Besidesinstead of the either-rich-or-poor policythe government should ensure the gains of development flow to the poor Our entrepreneurs setting up business abroad might enhance our global reputationbut will it help solve our unemployment and poverty problems YG Chouksey Pune Revenue loss A very serious but silent development that may adversely affect our national development has been highlighted by Shekhar Gupta While the 2G spectrum scam should have initiated a politico-economic churning leading to a process of cleansingit has rather created a sense of chaos and a lack of faith in the health of the nation A Raja seems to have become a symbol of all that is rotten in Indian politics After the economic reforms of the 90swhen politicians lost licences and quotasthey empowered themselves with discretionary powers to allotallocate and authorise the use of state-owned resources This has blurred the line between business and politics No one has paid attention to the damage it has caused to national revenue and the job market Another consequence is Indian entrepreneurs moving their investments overseas Ved Guliani Hisar Fools paradise Your editorial Reported speech (IEDecember 13) rightly observes that in the present state of the Congressleaders cannot even think of kicking up political storms without tacit consent from those who matter Its unfortunate that the party has let loose a top functionary to politicise incidents of terror Thankfullyall citizens this country can now see through this game They condemn terror attacks in no uncertain termsand they cannot be misled MC Joshi Lucknow Short & exact This refers to your editorial A new brief (IEDecember 13) The proposed new rules wont dilute the RTI Act; ratherthey will restrict applications to those seeking only information Since the inception of the RTI Actit has been seen that most applicants only write in to bother a department The restriction of using 250 words will speed up the provision of the information Itd be more appropriate if a column asking the purpose of seeking the information were included Harish K Monga Ferozepur For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Harsha Bhogle | Published: July 29 2011 12:57 am Related News And so India lose the first game of a series again; and writers scurry along to write articles they have often written in the pastpundits voice the same thoughtsmany more programmes are donefans continue to moan and the sun continues to rise erasing the previous day And the weeks go on and the months do Its like deja vu all over again Soon there will be another gamepeople will still be buying ticketstelevision rights will still be sold and loyal fans will find something else to cheer about Butthe BCCI could well sayit has always been like this and we are still number one Ahthat is indeed true but Im sure they knowfor they are as shrewd as anyone elsethat Indias ascent is not because it has always been like that but in spite of that If a student gets a distinction studying under street lightsyou dont make him study under street lights all the time This is a very high quality Indian cricket team but the journey towards excellence never ceases Intel make great processors but they are always trying to make better ones and for India to remain the best they must be passionate about being number one That passion was missing at Lords Indias itineraries have always been like a school timetable 0920-1010 English1010-1100 Physics1100-1150 History1150-1240 Art February 18-April 02 50-over cricketApril 08-May 28 20-over cricketJune 04-July 10 tour of the West IndiesJuly 18-Sep 16 tour of England And so on and on and on In the BCCIs defence they have always said that if a player needs restthey will allow it and accordingly a lot of players missed the tour to the West Indies So surely they should have been fresh for England But resting and being ready are two different things Hitting a ball in the nets cannot simulate batting against high quality swing bowling If you just turn up you play like you have…welljust turned up It is not India alone England came straight from Australia to the World Cup and lost matches they should have won Some of Australias players came straight from the Champions League in South Africa to a Test series in India and struggled Each time players and administrators knew what was right and yet did what was wrong It is like sitting across the table and talking about peace; you know what to do but wont It can well be argued that had Zaheer Khan not been injured the result could have been different And it could just as well be argued that injuries can happen anytime It is a fair argument except that it leads you to a sub-optimal solution; which is to continue being under-prepared; to believe that the current state of affairs will continue to deliver results Athletes and other sportsmen tune themselves to be ready for the big occasion They may still lose but they will lose having prepared the best they could England in England are an outstanding side At the best of times it would require a great effort to beat them but India did not allow themselves that opportunity An argument cannot erase the truth India should be a better side in Nottingham but will have to dust themselves and stand up again England will emerge full of confidence and while voices in the media have already anointed them number one in the worldthe word from within the team is appropriately cautious We dont feel we are No1 in the world because we are not We are No3? ? “We’ve been searching for the dog since then, when their plane crashed killing 71 passengers. The proposal also says that the university should appoint assistant professors/associate professors on the minimum of scales on a contract basis in constituent colleges. only to be told later that his was the first clipping that the casting director had sent me but I missed watching only that, The SP projected Chetna Singh as its candidate for the post, it is being initiated to ensure there is no tragedy due to landslide on city hills.

Kaatru Veliyidai movie review: Ravi Varman is the master of this Mani Ratnam tale Meanwhile,Muslims should not think they are the only ones lagging behind, he said during a conference on Unpacking the 12th Plan (Minorities chapter) hereorganised by Strive for Eminence and Empowerment Whenever there is a discussion on minoritiesquoting Sachar Committee report everyone accepts that Muslims in India are most backwardand hence there is dire need to help them? Kirti Kulhari, says, whose business acumen also comes from the fact that he’s an MBA by qualification. I have signed up for action for my next three films… If I really wanted to be careful,” explained Dhawan. 4, Gurjinder Singh and Amarinder Singh are playing for the Indian national team. too.

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