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The Goldberg variationscoming from a journalist who has interviewed both Netanyahu and Obama on Iranare worthy of serious note Ive never believed Netanyahugoing it alone without US supportwould attack an Iran whose stop-go nuclear programme still stands some distance from the capacity to make let alone actually produce a bomb The cost-benefit analysis does not add up: you dont have to be the former Mossad chief Meir Dagan to see that Ignite a regional conflictinfuriate the United Stateslock in the Islamic Republic for a generationand take the modern state of Israel to war against Persia for the first time in order to set back a weakened Irans nuclear zigzag by a couple of years at best Israelis are not crazyany more than the Iranians On the other handit seems to me evident that if Iran ever did move out of its comfort zone (which is dilatory opacity)throw out the IAEA inspectors monitoring its uranium enrichmentcombine the elements of its nuclear and ballistic researchand rush for a bombit would face assault from Israel and the US together Neither can permit such a decisive shift in the Middle East strategic equation In this sensethe whole Iran debate with its receding red lines? and things just haven’t gone for us. New Delhi: South Africa’s coach Russell Domingo today admitted that his team has fallen apart whenever the Indians have applied the pressure on them during the ongoing Test series. Ganpati Baapa Morya ! — Shaandaar Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) September 27 2015 Earlier on Sunday night the “Haider” actor wrote on Twitter about the hacking Share This Article Related Article “My Facebook account has been hacked and will be restored shortly If you see anything ambiguous please know it’s not me” he wrote my Facebook account has been hacked and will be restored shortly If you see anything ambiguous please know it’s not me — Shaandaar Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) September 27 2015 However no irregular activity was seen and he could restore the account before matters got worse This is not the first time an actor’s account has been hacked on social media platform Earlier this month megastar Amitabh Bachchan faced a similar issue when his Twitter account was hacked For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 13 2017 5:03 pm R Ashwin reached his 250th wicket by dismissing Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim (Source: AP) Top News Ravichandran Ashwin on Sunday became the fastest bowler to claim 250 Test wickets achieving the milestone in his 45th Test match By doing so the Indian all-rounder surpassed Dennis Lillee’s record where the former Australian right-arm fast had achieved the milestone in 48 matches India vs Bangladesh Live Score Ashwin reached his 250th wicket by dismissing Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim in the one-off Test match Hyderabad Team India will rely on Ashwin’s spin attack when they host Australia in a four-match Test series that begins from February 25 in Pune Test wicket no250 @ashwinravi99 now the fastest to the landmark gets it in 45 Tests #INDvBAN pictwittercom/H49xmZAl4s — BCCI (@BCCI) 12 February 2017 Ashwin has had an outstanding home season where he claimed 55 wickets in 8 Test matches in 2016 calendar year while the off-spinner claimed 17 wickets in India’s tour of West Indies His enormous form continued against England where he took 28 wickets in the five-match Test series while in the three matches he played against New Zealand Ashwin claimed 27 wickets Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan managed to take 250 wickets in 51 Tests Pakistan’s Waqar Younis achieved the milestone against South Africa in his 51st match while India’s Anil Kumble claimed his 250th wicket in his 55th Test match against New Zealand Former Indian skipper Kapil Dev had achieved the feat in his 65th match while off-spinner Harbhajan Singh did it in 61 matches Fastest to 250 Test wickets: Ravichandran Ashwin(India) – 45 Tests Dennis Lillee(Australia) – 48 Tests Dale Steyn(South Africa)- 49 Test Allan Donald(Australia)- 50 Tests Waqar Younis(Pakistan) – 51 Tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 18 2016 2:11 am Related News Piped water supply systems will be used more extensively in Maharashtra to carry dam water to farms Faced with a severe drought the Maharashtra Cabinet on Tuesday adopted a policy for promoting micro irrigation and piped water supply The government has claimed that the initiative would bring down the extent of non-revenue water by nearly 35 per cent while reducing costs incurred on conveying irrigation water to farm lands The move follows a directive from Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had directed the chief minister to increase water use efficiency through drip and micro irrigation methods Share This Article Related Article “The need to acquire land for canals and distributaries will be reduced bringing down costs significantly” said Maharashtra Water Resources Minister Girish Mahajan “The new regime would also lead to a more equitable distribution of water” he said Following the Cabinet’s decision piped systems will replace open canals and distributaries as source of dam water distribution for all future projects The government has also decided to apply the norm to projects where the water distribution systems were partially built The new policy also makes appointment of water distribution committees to regulate supply in the command area of a dam A management committee comprising experts and government functionaries will evolve broad guidelines for water distribution on the basis of which a detailed water distribution plan will be evolved for each dam project senior officials said The responsibility for designing and ratifying a distribution network has been entrusted on the Nashik-based Maharashtra Engineering Research Institute The new policy would also put the onus on the contractor for overseeing repairs and maintenance of a distribution network for the first three years Incidentally Shiv Sena’s Minister of State (Water Resources) who has been pushing this initiative was not a part of the discussion In fact sources said his office wasn’t even kept in the loop Meanwhile the state Cabinet also approved the reconstitution of the Maharashtra Water Resource Regulatory Authority An economist a geologist and a legal luminary would also be a part of the five member authority which would be headed by the chief secretary or a retired High Court judge For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2016 3:47 am Related News The Shiv Sena retained the tribal-dominated Palghar assembly seat in a bypoll following the death of its MLA Krishna Arjun Ghoda The Sena had fielded Ghoda’s son Amit Ghoda who polled 67129 votes to defeat Congress rival Rajendra Gavit by 18948 votes It was several times higher than the 526-vote margin recorded by his father in 2014 The other candidates in the fray were former Sena leader Manisha Nimkar who contested on the Bahujan Vikas Aghadi ticket this time and secured 36781 votes Chandrakant Vartha (CPI-M) who polled 4865 votes and Dileep A Dumada (Bahujan Mukti Party) who bagged 1417 Out of 161 lakh votes polled 3162 went to the NOTA (none of the above) option For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTwelve-year-old Nihal Sarin has completed the requirements to become India’s latest International Master (IM) He did this at the Aeroflot Open 2017 in Moscow a few days back An IM title is one rung below the all-important Grand Master (GM) title It was a historic moment for the state of Kerala when he did it when Nihal became only the fourth IM from the state In the process he also became the second youngest IM in Indian history and the third youngest in the world currently He is also a former winner in the under-10 category and silver medallist in the under-12 category in the world championships Nihal after becoming the World Under-10 Champion in Durban in 2014 While most of his numerous fans were already going gaga over his achievement Nihal himself did not have the slightest idea of what he had done He had fallen ill in the middle of the tournament but had managed to save many points When he finished his final game and returned to his hotel room his father casually remarked that he had gained the IM title But young Nihal was too absorbed in analysing the game he had just finished and the possibilities that existed in it all this in his head of course It was just another day at work for him A curious coincidence while he achieved these records is that the current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen had also become an International Master at the exact same age as Nihal – 12 years and eight months And this is surely the sign of things to come Nihal decimating a strong Israeli grandmaster Evgeny Postny Nihal’s story is special It would be obvious to anyone by now but it is not just the astounding results he has achieved which make him unique For a young chess player life would mean balancing chess-training with studies in school However many parents in India decide for their child that it is better to stop attending school and focus full-time on chess This is a traditional way of thinking which says that school and chess can’t be carried on equal vigour Nihal his mother and sister Neha his father and grandfather Nihal’s approach to chess and life throws most of these ‘traditional mindsets’ out of the window Born in Thrissur on 13 July 2004 Nihal has always been a restless child but like any kid of his age he was naturally inquisitive His parents Dr Sarin Abdulsalam a dermatologist and Dr Shijin a psychiatrist were posted in Kottayam where Nihal spent his early childhood They were very careful while raising Nihal The boy next door Dr Sarin says "Nihal could recognise the flags of all the 190-odd countries by the age of three could already speak fluently in English by the time he was in upper kindergarten knew the multiplication tables till 16 by the time he turned six and enrolled into the first standard" During the vacation before he was to join classes for the first standard there was a lack of activity that could occupy Nihal all day His grandfather AA Ummar then taught him to play chess and Nihal was hooked Luckily for him the school that he joined for his first standard classes – Excelsior English School – had a chess coach His name was Mathew P Joseph Pottoore and he noticed Nihal’s interest in chess as well After the kids returned home Nihal would drag his father to Pottoore’s house so that he could play chess with his teacher Around this time Nihal began to compete in tournaments and there was nothing remarkable because a number of his peers were ahead of him However Pottoore instilled the right attitude in Nihal Instead of making his student dependent on him Pottoore made Nihal self-dependent His favourite chessbook is a game collection of Alexander Alekhine the 4th world chess champion Nihal was not a big fan of being instructed how to play but if you spread a chessboard in front of him and place a chess clock at any moment of the day he would be ready to play endlessly Besides that he loves chess books Nihal reads chess books like a person would read a novel Note that he does not study them seriously – he simply reads them And thanks to his phenomenal memory he remembers what he reads He will just pick up a book and read moves and variations from it as if he were reading sentences telling him a story He does all this at breakneck speed while sitting on the sofa or just lying on the bed Results-wise the turning point came when Nihal moved back to Thrissur It was due to his parents’ transfer to the idyllic town in the heart of Kerala that Nihal had to join Devamatha CMI Public School However in Thrissur Nihal did not have anything remotely similar to a chess culture unlike say in Chennai where such a culture is deep-rooted Nihal’s chess life was developing sedately when he came in touch with EP Nirmal his school’s chess coach This was the beginning of a friendship that continues to blossom even today In 2012 Nirmal began to work with Nihal improving his openings sharpening his calculations – all this by playing tons of games with him "I had noticed while growing up as a player that most coaches would impose their wills on the child’s character and suppress their natural game They would force the student to follow a set of rules or force him/her to play in a particular way" laments Nirmal He adds "When they are very young it is the phase where their intuition is developing A coach must teach the student but the interference should be minimal" Nihal with EP Nirmal his chess coach at Devamatha CMI Public School Nirmal works with Nihal on the department Nihal wants to study on a given day based on his mood and as a rule interferes only when necessary "His love for the game is deep He always wants to work on some area of chess at any given time He is like water My job has been to remove the blockades and let him flow" The other important person to guide Nihal has been Ukrainian Grand Master Dimitri Komarov who in his heydays had beaten a young Vladimir Kramnik (who later became the 14th world chess champion) and several strong Grand Masters Nihal’s work with Komarov developed into a fruitful ‘working relationship’ with Komarov explaining Nihal the positions where he needs help thus removing obstacles from his path Nihal with his guide Ukrainian Grand Master Dimitri Komarov The results of this unique approach are there for everybody to see In four years since 2012 Nihal rose from a lowly 1200 Elo player to India’s latest International Master Surprisingly none of his skills as a chess player is manufactured by any of his coaches He calculates variations out of his inborn curiousity – he follows it wherever it leads him He decides his moves he works on it and he plays whatever he had decided to play Nihal Sarin prepping before playing @NorwayGnomes led by @MagnusCarlsen @gmjlhDidn’t do too badly [email protected] @ginger_gm @TarjeiJS pictwittercom/BoZmAw2vnS — ChessBase India (@ChessbaseIndia) February 15 2017 In the middle of February 2017 Nihal probably played the biggest opponent of his life He crossed swords with the world champion Carlsen himself The game took place online when the Norway Gnomes took on the Delhi Dynamites in the Professional Rapid Online Chess League a 15-minute-a-side team championship Things are heating up in the match of the two prodigies GM Tari taking on a World Champion (under 12) #prochess pictwittercom/jJaxpiGmgy — Norway Gnomes (@NorwayGnomes) February 15 2017 Carlsen takes on the Indian wonder kid now Sarin has already upset Tari can he take down the World Champion too #prochess — Norway Gnomes (@NorwayGnomes) February 15 2017 It was a tense affair where the champion tricked Nihal into a bad position which eventually was completely lost for Nihal But Nihal being Nihal kept defending like his life depended on it He dragged Carlsen into an equal position where a few accurate moves would mean the game would end in a draw Alas Nihal was short on time and he missed his chance Carlsen won leaving Nihal seething in agony His own intense desire to perform at his peak is what pushes him to play good chess The best way to forget past losses is to fight new battles – he finished with a draw and a win against strong opponents Grand Master Parimarjan Negi the world’s second youngest Grand Master thinks Nihal is mature beyond his years Negi writes on Worldchess "Nihal shows an intuitive sense that takes many years to develop" While analysing one of his games for the Worldchess website he remarked about a certain move that was very creative: "Nihal shows great intuition to realise that securing the e4 square for his knight would prove crucial – after all there are too many options to calculate these lines precisely" What the future beholds for chess’s very own ‘Little Master’ (like Sachin Tendulkar used to be in cricket) from Thrissur depends on what the Indian and the Keralite community decides for him Speaking to Sportstarlive former National Blitz Chess Champion International Master K Rathnakaran said "Players like me have suffered because we didn’t get sponsors when we needed them most Nihal is easily the most gifted chess player produced by Kerala ever He has a phenomenal memory and he has a clear idea about every move he makes which you normally won’t find in players of his age" Kerala has only four International Masters and two Grand Masters But the state has suddenly begun to take interest in chess The people are observing what a little boy from ‘God’s Own Country’ is doing at the international stage and have begun to see value in playing this sport It is our duty to support Nihal and help him rise to the top of the chess world We can do that by making sure the world knows about him and he gets the sponsors that help him play stronger tournaments This simple act of support could give Indians their next world chess champion The author of this article Priyadarshan Banjan is the Editor-in-chief of ChessBase India If you are looking to strike a balance between looking chic and 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