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its crippling impact on the economy (tourism, the main revenue earner and employment creator for Egypt has shrunk to less than one-fourth of its peak levels) and the lurking fear of a Syria-like violent social conflict if the Muslim Brotherhood were to return to power have led most Egyptians to believe that their country will be safe only if a strong leader comes to the helm Their hopes are pinned on el-Sisi the current army chief and defence minister Thanks to the tough action he took on Morsi and his followers he has suddenly become a cult figure a saviour of Egypt indeed the person most Egyptians want as their next president Posters eulogising him are visible everywhere in Cairo There are el-Sisi T-shirts on sale in streets “Is this orchestrated by the military” I asked my friends in Cairo They are by no means supporters of the military takeover They crave democracy the original promise of the Tahrir movement In private conversations they strongly oppose restrictions on the media and the torture of imprisoned Brotherhood workers Yet all of them are unanimous in saying “No this show of support for el-Sisi is not orchestrated It is authentic” Unlike his predecessors Morsi was a democratically elected president However the undeniably broad public support for the army takeover is a measure of how quickly he and the Brotherhood incurred the wrath of a majority of the Egyptian population because of their own undemocratic untrustworthy and socially polarising rule Why did Muslim-majority Egypt rise in revolt against the Muslim Brotherhood I put this question to Professor Mahmood Azab who serves as an advisor to the Grand Imam of Al-Azar a 1000-year-old globally respected centre of Islamic learning He said “Muslims in Egypt believe in moderate Islam They believe in pluralism and peaceful co-existence with their Christian brethren They are also proud of their pre-Islamic civilisational heritage All this is unacceptable to the Muslim Brotherhood who want to impose their extremist ideology of Islam on Egypt A peculiar circumstance in the aftermath of the 2011 revolution helped them come to power But the Egyptian people soon realised that the Brotherhood was exploiting Islam for its own narrow political and social agenda It even branded all those Muslims opposed to it as ‘infidels’ It became so unpopular that over 30 million people came onto the streets all over the country demanding its ouster from power” Here is a lesson the BJP could learn in India If a party plays polarising politics in the name of the majority community it could be spurned by a majority of the people belonging to that very community Here is also a heartening lesson for women in Muslim societies around the world Egyptian women played a pivotal role in bringing down the Muslim Brotherhood government Suzy el-Geneidy assistant chief editor of Al-Ahramnewspaper told me: “This is because Egyptian women whose struggles have won them an important place in public life felt threatened by the Brotherhood’s extremist agenda to disempower them in the name of Islam Women in our country are highly religious But they don’t like the Brotherhood’s coercive ways” Interestingly women have become el-Sisi’s ardent supporters I heard an explanation for this curious phenomenon from Osama Diab a researcher-activist with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights which is critical of the human rights violations under the current army-led ruling establishment “There is no doubt” he said “that el-Sisi has rare charisma People especially women admire him because he is seen as a strong leader But they also admire him because they see him as a soft-spoken emotional and down-to-earth leader Moreover he is deeply religious He presents himself as a person who is firm and self-confident in dealing with the Muslim Brotherhood but tender in dealing with the people” What has also endeared el-Sisi to a majority of Egyptians is his image as a unifier of a society in which the Brotherhood had sought to sow Muslim-Christian and Muslim-Muslim divisions When he went on television on July 3 2013 to announce that Morsi had been removed from power he had Ahmed al-Tayeb the Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar and Pope Tawadros the spiritual head of Coptic Christians (who constitute about 10 per cent of Egypt’s population) flanking him This commitment to safeguarding national unity religious plurality and security of all citizens was conspicuously missing during Morsi’s rule Indeed many Egyptians I spoke to said that one of the reasons they disliked the Brotherhood was the suspicion that the latter was “more loyal to the Ummah (global Muslim ‘nation’) than to Egypt” If el-Sisi offers himself as a candidate in the forthcoming presidential election scheduled to take place in April he is certain to win by a huge majority However it’s equally certain that he will have a difficult task leading an impatient nation facing severe economic problems He also cannot afford to suppress people’s especially the Egyptian youth’s aspirations for freedom dignity and democratic rights If he succeeds it’ll be a miracle If he fails Tahrir Square could come alive again The writer former national secretary of the BJP is a socio-political activist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: June 14 2017 4:15 pm Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Sivakarthikeyan to star in Ponram’s film Related News Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Sivakarthikeyan will start shooting for an untitled rural film from this Friday The actors will be sharing the screen space for the first time in the film which will be helmed by director Ponram The month-long first schedule of the film will begin on June 16 and the film will be majorly shot in and around Tenkasi in Tamil Nadu In preparation for her role Samantha had been training in Silambam Tamil Nadu’s weapon-based ancient art form The film is said to be a romantic-comedy which is Ponram’s forte Interestingly Samantha is also playing the female lead in upcoming Ram Charan film Rangasthalam 1985 which is also set in a rural backdrop Comedian Soori is also part of the project The film is Ponram’s third collaboration with Sivakarthikeyan and Soori The trio had previously delivered box office hits like Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam and Rajini Murugan The film will be bankrolled by 24AM Studios It is also producing Sivakarthikeyan’s upcoming film Velaikkaran which has Nayanthara as the female lead Sivakarthikeyan on Wednesday began dubbing for his portions in Velaikkaran which is directed by Mohan Raja The makers of Velaikkaran had earlier announced that it will hit the screens during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival But later they pushed the release date to September targeting Pooja holidays Reportedly the trade persuaded the producers to postpone the release as Sivakarthikeyan’s Remo which released in September last year emerged as a winner at the box office despite mixed reviews thanks to the long holiday weekend Samantha is also shooting for Raju Gari Gadhi 2 a horror comedy in which she reportedly plays a ghost She is working with National Award winning filmmaker Thiagarajan Kumararaja’s Aneethi Kathaigal And she is also a part of Savitri’s biopic Mahanati For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 24 2017 3:34 pm Sunil Grover’s new post on Instagram hints at his new show Top News Sunil Grover’s new Instagram post has his fans even more confused The comedian has been on a spree of making cryptic posts ever since his fight with Kapil Sharma and he started boycotting the Kapil Sharma Show It has been weeks now and we are none to closer to finding out what Sunil has on his mind The comedian has not been seen on any reality show with his name on it but he has ensured he is visible via gigs and special appearances On Sunday he shared an image in which he is opening a door and he wrote with it “No caption for this picture this time Take out the meaning you want” The star comedian is looking into a mirrror as he does so Is this another dig at Kapil Sharma or is he hinting at new possibilities This is not the first time that Sunil Grover hinted at Kapil Sharma when he took to social media A few days back Sunil had posted a picture with his shoe and written “Size US 10” It was a sly dig at the controversy where Kapil is said to have thrown a shoe at Sunil and threatened to end his career Since then Sunil has refused to shoot with Kapil despite the latter saying sorry on social media Not just Sunil Kapil is said to have targeted the entire cast of the show and Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar have also joined Sunil in his boycott of the show Also read |When Kapil Sharma was trolled on his own show as Sonakshi Sinha makes the debatehealthy One thing that Sunil has made more than clear is the fact that Kapil Sharma show is a closed chapter for him Choosing to speak to his fans via his social media accounts Sunil has refused to answer the question about his future plans He has said that he is focussing on live gigs rather than a TV show He has also said that he is not in talks with any rival channel to start a show with his name on it Sunil was recently seen with Sunny Leone during IPL 2017 as they gave commentary during a match Reports meanwhile suggest that Kapil has unfollowed Sunil Grover Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar on social media Kapil’s team has new additions of Raju Srivastava and Upasana Singh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: February 25 2017 1:21 am Zoo officials said that the penguins will be kept under constant supervision for the first eight to 10 days (File) Top News After several controversies and delays the construction of the swanky new penguin enclosure at the Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan and zoo has finally been completed With all quality checks out of the way zoo authorities are likely to move the seven Humboldt penguins who have been housed in the quarantine section since July last year to their new home Saturday evening Zoo officials said that the penguins will be kept under constant supervision for the first eight to 10 days to ensure that they are able to acclimatise to their new surroundings before visitors are allowed “They will be kept under CCTV surveillance and for the first week a doctor will be with them throughout the day as a precautionary measure Since exposing them to the general public may put them in distress we will allow a few people initially so that they get used to human presence” said the official Watch What Else Is Making News Apart from installation of acrylic glass to ensure that there are minimum chances of leakages tests have been carried out to check the strength of the glass “We have paid attention to every minute detail to ensure that there are no mistakes The glass has been tested to make sure that it is able to hold the weight of at least 66000 litres of water Now that we are ready the penguins can finally move to their new home” he said The building has a new look an interpretation desk and LED panels have been installed the latter to display information about the exotic birds Apart from a cafeteria spaces have been provided for outdoor seating as well The official said that zoo authorities will have to now wait until the new general body of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is formed after which the penguin enclosure can be inaugurated and thrown open to the public For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 1 2017 1:24 pm Twitter’s new profile photo was chosen after the company went through all of Twitter’s default profile photos throughout the years Related News Twitter has changed its iconic default profile photo icon from egg to a new image that “feels like an empty state or placeholder” and is more gender-balanced Previously users could change the background of the egg to seven different colours while the new profile photo will have ‘generic’ gray colour as the only option “We noticed that some people kept the egg default profile photo because they thought it was fun and cute but we want people to use this space to show us who they are” Twitter Design team said in a blog post Users who often create accounts just to troll and harass other people on Twitter do not take the time to personalise their accounts and go with “Twitter egg” Twitter wants to change that by giving all its users including the new ones an opportunity to personalise their profile photo Twitter’s new profile photo was chosen after the company went through all of Twitter’s default profile photos throughout the years “We originally chose the egg with a different colored background for each new account because we wanted something that was playful fun and unique” reads the blog post However the idea with the new profile photo is touse people’s existing expectations for default profile photos and how they serve as a temporary placeholder “We reviewed many variations of our figure altering both the head and shoulders to feel more inclusive to all genders” the company said in the blog post Twitter calls its new default profile photo generic universal serious unbranded temporary and inclusive For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: July 21 2014 12:30 am Related News In ending public sector monopoly defence ministry has laid the foundation for a defence-industrial base In ending the public sector’s monopoly over aircraft production the first meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) under the new Union government turned out to be highly significant On Saturday the DAC chaired by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley cleared procurement proposals worth Rs 21000 crore in one stroke which included critical necessities such as the replacement of the air force’s five-decade-old Avro transport aircraft fleet auxiliary support ships and offshore patrol vessels for the navy advanced light helicopters for the navy and the coast guard as well as fast and offshore patrol vessels for the coast guard While these decisions signal the government’s intention to accelerate the process of defence procurement the two biggest takeaways are the programmes for military transport aircraft and naval fleet support vessels These invite Indian private-sector firms to defence production and in the longer term should help develop a domestic military-industrial complex The Avro replacement project will see 16 aircraft procured from a foreign vendor who in turn will choose an Indian partner for the manufacture of the remaining 40 of the 56 planes needed Since this is a non-lethal platform the foreign manufacturer and its Indian partner can sell the aircraft for commercial use too expanding their market to the civil aviation sector Although this programme had been approved by the erstwhile UPA government it was frozen by then Defence Minister AK Antony following his colleague Praful Patel’s objections to the exclusion of public-sector companies like HAL from the bidding process With legal opinion upholding that bidding process this move will now be an important step towards capacity-building of the Indian private sector in defence manufacture and in the aerospace industry The decision on auxiliary ships is tied up with the navy operating three carrier battle-groups outside the Indian Ocean Region signalling that the transformation of the Indian navy into a genuine blue-water force is on the MoD agenda again Auxiliary ships feed carrier battle-groups The invitation of the Indian private sector to this programme could see manufacturing move beyond Cochin at present the only Indian yard capable of building large vessels like the under-construction INS Vikrant carrier The UPA’s culture of instinctive banning and blacklisting of foreign suppliers at the hint of a scandal had led to a complete stalling of India’s military modernisation After raising the FDI cap in defence from 26 to 49 per cent in the budget the NDA government has a chance now to fulfil its promise of providing the armed forces with the most advanced defence technologies Inviting domestic private firms full-time for defence manufacture and making PSUs like HAL and BEML compete and collaborate with them while making the process of foreign procurement transparent and accountable can address the defence challenges that the new government has inherited For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 2 2017 8:34 pm Get ready to see Shamita Shetty again on screen Related News It is interesting how web-series is catching the attention of actors and becoming a platform to reboot their careers While we have already seen Adil Hussain Kalki Koechlin Irrfan Khan and others taking up to the digital platform Shamita Shetty has also become the latest one to explore this medium The actor is prepping up for her web-series debut and in a short video shared by her she says that she can’t wait for her fans to watch it As per Mid-Day reports the actor will be seen in a new avatar in a comic thriller being produced by Viacom Confirming the development a source close to her said “When the makers discussed the concept and her character sketch with her she instantly agreed to be part of it Earlier this week Shamita started attending workshops to prep for her role” Post her television stint as a contestant on dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and Bigg Boss the actor stepped into the sphere of being an Interior Designer Doing what I love best ?? #workmode #shootlife #newbeginnings #happyme pictwittercom/MiAc3XjcTK — Shamita Shetty (@ShamitaShetty) March 29 2017 She had mentioned that interior designing came naturally to her “Interior designing is something that naturally happened to me… I just happened to do interiors of a night club and I did it with no technical knowledge… That’s when I decided when I am doing something… I would want to be technically sound with what I do” Shamita told IANS Also read:A Death In The Gunj: Konkana Sen Sharma’s directorial film to have a special screening before its theatricalrelease As an actor Shamita made her debut with Shah Rukh Khan’s Mohabbatein However her acting career wasn’t long-lived Will this web-series prove to be a new start for Shamita’s acting career Well lets wait For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Neelkanth Mishra | Updated: August 22 2016 2:48 am It seems rising agricultural productivity is now creating surpluses across most categories Top News India’s per capita calorie demand has been falling for at least the last 30 years Most people do a double-take when they hear that One can’t debate the fact much: National Sample Surveys every five to seven years have documented this What we can debate are the reasons behind this: In their 2009 paper Angus Deaton and Jean Dreze pretty thoroughly narrowed them down to reduced need for calories as lives get more automated (like less walking with heavy loads or more tractors for ploughing) and less incidence of acute diseases (like dysentery a common form of calorie loss) as drinking water quality and immunisation improved Likely for similar reasons this drop in per capita calorie demand has been observed in China as well Further and more intuitively as incomes have risen the type of calories consumed has been changing as well: More eggs and chicken more milk less cereals As a result per capita cereal demand has been falling by 1 per cent per year on average for three decades at least Now that population growth has also slowed to about 1 per cent per year this means our total demand for cereals is not growing anymore Unlike in China where diets transitioning to red meat (to get one calorie one feeds the animal four) have kept pressure on calorie production Indians are shifting to chicken which is far less inefficient (and consumes corn which is not a staple here) Cereal production though continues to rise mainly due to rising yields This started showing up in rising food-stocks from 2008 onwards till we ran out of storage space Then exports started helped by high global prices In the last two years consecutive monsoon failures and falling global prices have brought down stocks as well as exports but if monsoons are good (helping groundwater levels and the rabi crop too) we could see an additional 25 million tonnes of cereals this year Weak global markets make exports unviable particularly for wheat What is the farmer going to do Cereals are not just any crop: They are the mainstay of Indian agriculture accounting for more than half the gross cropped area And while 60-90 per cent of this area is irrigated only 15-30 per cent of the area used for pulses and oilseeds is The latter crops thus get badly affected by weak monsoons Despite rapidly growing demand for protein and fats domestic output last year was about the same as in 2004 This meant 12 billion dollars of imports last year nearly three times the value imported when monsoons were okay As India seems to be the only large consumer of pulses there is not (yet) much of a global market in them — if the Indian crop fails prices go up For oils a well-supplied global market kept prices low: So low that the government had to raise import duties last year to prevent local prices from falling This year then a sharp jump in output of pulses and oilseeds as seems likely should bring down imports as well as dal prices Elsewhere remarkable changes are afoot on the perishable side of the food basket: Milk fruits and vegetables Of the 160 million tonnes of milk produced in India less than 40 per cent comes to the market: The rest is consumed within the household or the village This is mostly due to a lack of infrastructure: Roads (without good roads one cannot transport milk) information (not just on best practices but also on pricing) and electricity (without electricity in the village one would struggle to keep high-yielding varieties of cattle: one needs milking machines as well as chillers) We saw six consecutive years of double-digit increases in milk prices It took time for supply to respond: Cattle take three years to start lactating Improving rural infrastructure and better prices have resulted in much slower price growth despite the cooperatives supporting farmers by buying more than they needed With global milk prices down the export opportunity is also constrained Similarly in vegetables which are perishable the supply response to prices has been so strong that even in onions where the state that drives more than a third of output Maharashtra was reeling under two consecutive years of drought output grew so much that farmers had to sell at near-zero prices In potatoes when production hit 48 million tonnes last year more than 10 per cent of the harvest had to be stored as surplus Researchers say the use of technology in fruit and vegetables has driven yields up and duration of crop cycles down so farmers can produce more crops per year Improving infrastructure (phones roads) is also helping with transportation and price awareness Putting this together it seems that rising agricultural productivity is now creating surpluses across most categories The tell-tale signs were that despite two consecutive years of low production prices did not go up — this was mistakenly attributed to lower Minimum Support Prices and to a clampdown on black-marketing These may have helped but the root causes go much deeper This year as output growth picks up again prices could come under pressure — in many ways the poor monsoons had put a lid on this problem This throws up three important challenges for policymakers First agricultural surpluses from India are harder to export without a substantial improvement in food processing Second in most categories Indian farming cannot compete in global markets despite the abundance of natural resources (fertile soil adequate water and sunlight cheap labour) It is not just due to subsidies in other countries: Our productivity needs to improve as well The Indian farmer is also affected by currency movements Farmers in Brazil Ukraine and Russia have benefited strongly from the fall in their respective currencies And lastly these trends mean that agriculture will shed workers We no longer need 49 per cent of our workforce producing food for the rest of us In the US just 2 per cent of the population is in agriculture with substantial agricultural exports As one researcher we met mentioned doubling farmer incomes may need the number of farmers to halve and he was only half-joking This makes the job creation challenge much bigger than it already is The writer is India Equity Strategist for Credit Suisse For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: July 8 2017 1:21 pm Top News This already has been a year of transition and triumph for Dax McCarty He was traded in January from the New York Red Bulls to Chicago which won its only Major League Soccer championship in 1998 and has helped turn around the Fire’s fortunes And the 30-year-old midfielder returned to the US national team for the first time in six years brought back after Bruce Arena replaced Jurgen Klinsmann as coach “It’s given me a lot of confidence” McCarty said ahead of Friday’s CONCACAF Gold Cup opener against Panama “Obviously with Chicago we’re having a really good season The change was tough at first but I think now that I’m settled in I think it’s been fantastic for myself and my family I feel like I’m playing some of the best soccer that I’ve played in my career I’m really happy with where I’m at mentally and physically I absolutely think it can translate” The US tied Panama 1-1 in a March 28 World Cup qualifier at Panama City though both teams are missing many top players for the Gold Cup The US has 30 wins one defeat and three draws in Gold Cup group play losing to Panama in 2011 Panama tied the Americans in the first round two years ago then won on penalty kicks in the third-place match “I think we’re going to face a team a little different than the team we saw in Panama in March” Arena said “They have some of those players not here But we saw in Panama that they’re a very physical team They put a lot of pressure on the ball” The Gold Cup can struggle to gain traction amid a crowded soccer schedule particularly in the year before a World Cup The Confederations Cup just finished Sunday and some European clubs will soon be playing preseason exhibitions across the US “Its importance is twofold” McCarty said “The first one is that we want to win a trophy Any time you enter a tournament that should be every single team’s goal _ to win a tournament Is it realistic for some teams here Probably not But it’s realistic for us … I think we’re focused I think we’re determined I think we’re hungry That’s a big goal of ours “The second goal is to try to find guys who will continue to be able to contribute to the team for World Cup qualifiers and eventually in the World Cup next year I think our team has a lot of depth We’ve got a lot of good players in this pool so the competition is fierce Anytime you get a chance to step on the field when the so-called regulars aren’t here you want to make a good impression” World Cup qualifying resumes Sept 1 against Costa Rica McCarty and others trying to earn spots on next year’s 23-man World Cup roster are trying to impress the coaching staff Arena says that during his years as an MLS coach he often tried unsuccessfully to trade for McCarty McCarty has made the most of the chance Arena has given him He started a February exhibition against Jamaica and performed particularly well Saturday in a 2-1 exhibition victory over Ghana his seventh international appearance “You can argue that if a coaching change wasn’t made I probably wouldn’t have ever played for the national team again” McCarty said “It’s benefited me greatly obviously I don’t take these opportunities for granted I almost appreciate it more I think than some guys because I’m a little bit older and I don’t know how many times these chances will come around again” The MLS standings show the impact McCarty can have on a team New York traded McCarty on Jan 16 two days after his wedding The former Red Bulls captain tweeted at the time that the move had “blindsided” him But he’s made himself at home with his new club McCarty joined a team that posted the league’s worst record last season and has helped Chicago move to the top of the Eastern Conference “It’s been a really really positive year so far” McCarty said “Obviously started the year with not the most ideal circumstances little bit of a shock to the system But fast forward six months and I’d say that other than the unfortunate situation with the trade it’s been one of the best years of my career” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Radha Kapoor Sharma | Published: July 29 2013 5:14 am Related News English gives a soft power advantage that no regional language can With his remark?France recently announced India-specific measures to ease student-visa restrictions. ? Yes, composed by Ajay-Atul, We live in the same country and none of us are anti-nationals. or cast him as a Hindu, The practice of Ambedkarism calls for a sincere challenging of caste, “I have never ever looked at my family members as competition. Chauhan said.

Virendra Chauhan, It might appear alarming at a particular moment, Swarup said one can also expect "a continued focus from India on the theme of terrorism which is today undoubtedly the single biggest challenge to international peace and security". India- 8G,the wingers could not control the ball while the forward line failed to get on the end of routine passes. Shetty settled into a chair surrounded by his supporters,one of the overriding reasons behind Ghosh? 2013 3:45 am Related News Rituparno Ghosh died young, Rs 190 crore for civic buildings including schools, while Aamir essays an alien.

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