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is impossible.O’Keefe has 10 wickets in this match. It’s a story about hope. Off late one-day international cricket is all about the top three. (appetisers and main course) with cocktails and mocktails with prices from Rs 450 onwards. it’s just not happening at this meet. What are they going to think?” said Chatterjee before adding “We would have appreciated if Mahesh had told Leander before he arrived that he is not going to be in the final four Paes deserves that respect after serving the country for 27 years These 40-year-olds need to grow up” We have seen it play out before numerous Olympic Games and Davis Cup ties In addition to the pressure of representing the country and facing other top players India’s younger talent has time and again been saddled with the responsibility of choosing a “camp” and nurturing off-court loyalty with the seniors Perhaps it’s time for the stalwarts of Indian tennis to take a back seat and let the young pretenders get their share of headlines After all they are the ones who are to take the sport forward Neither Paes nor Bhupathi is the future of Indian tennis For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: August 20 2011 1:55 am Related News Kishore Mahbubani The demand for global leadership has never been greater The world is truly lost in trying to find a way out of the current crisis America is imploding Europe is crumbling London is burning The Arab Spring has lost direction China and India remain internally preoccupied If ever there were a moment for a global leader to step upthis is it So why is no leader emerging Firstthe world has changed structurallyyet our systems for managing global affairs have not adapted In the pastwhen the billions of citizens of planet earth lived in separated countriesit was like having an ocean of separate boats Hencethe postwar order created rules to ensure that the boats did not collide; it created rules for cooperation Up until nowthis arrangement has worked well World War III did not follow World Wars I and II But today the worlds seven billion citizens no longer live in separate boats They live in more than 190 cabins on the same boat Each cabin has a government to manage its affairs And the boat as a whole moves along without a captain or a crew The world is adrift The G-20 was set up to provide global leadership at the height of the latest financial crisis The group came together in London in early 2009 to save the global economy Howeveras soon as the crisis recededthe G-20 leaders retreated into their cabins again To make matters worsesome nations have become unmanageable Just look at the United States The best candidate for global leader isof courseBarack Obama No leader gets as much global press coverage as Obama does But he has no time to save the world This summer a tiny group of crazy Tea Party congressmen held himthe United States and the world hostage In the next 14 monthsObama will only focus on his re-election The world will not matter Sadlyno European leader seems ready to fill this vacuum Nor is there a Chinese or Indian leader willing to step up Our global boat will continue to drift in the coming months The second reason no global leader has emerged: the geopolitics of the world are running at cross purposes with the geoeconomics of the world Geoeconomics requires consensus; countries coming together In geopoliticswe are experiencing the greatest power shifts we have seen in centuries Power is shifting from West to East All this creates deep insecurity in the established powers They want to cling on to privileges acquired from previous days of glory Only this can explain the rush by Europe to reclaim the headship of International Monetary Fund when Dominique Strauss-Kahn stepped down No one doubts that Christine Lagarde is a competent administrator But is it wise for Europe to cling on to old privileges when power is shifting And is it wise to choose a non-economist to run the most important economics organisation at a time of economic turmoil A secure Europe may have ceded power graciously An insecure Europe clings to privileges Thirdpolitical leadership is always preceded by intellectual leadership For several decadesthe Western intelligentsia provided this intellectual leadership Indeedthey used to happily lecture the world on what should be done Todaythey are clearly lost As an AsianI used to be regularly lectured by Westerners on the inability of Asians to slay their sacred cows Todaythe Western intelligentsia seems equally afraid to attack their own sacred cows Surelyafter the damage done by the Tea Party episodean obvious question to ask is: have democracies become dysfunctional Have special interest groups distorted the global agenda Should some of them be disbanded Sadlythe parameters of intellectual discourse in the West have become narrower and narrower Short-term political fights take precedence over long-term strategic decisions Only one phrase captures the current Asian perception of the West: sheer incredulity How could the best preachers on political courage and economic discipline in the world display none of it when the hour came In shortwe are not going to get any great global leadership soon And if we continue to driftwe will at least know why For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 11 2016 5:35 pm Swara Bhaskar backs Nawazuddin Siddiqui on Ramleela incident Top News Amidst tweets from Bollywood celebs hoping and praying for the end of evil in the country on Dussehra Swara Bhaskar an actor known for speaking her mind hoped for the death of evil thoughts The actor took to Twitter and talked about how actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui was not allowed to perform in a local Ramleela in his hometown The tweet read “This #Dussehra may v rise above the pathetic mentality that disallows a Muslim artist from participating in a #Ramleela performance #nawaz” In another tweet she added “This #Dussehra may we rise above the demon within us: the demon of hatred stupidity bigotry & blind superstition Burn Proto-fascism” The post is in response to an event that took place recently Nawazuddin was asked to pull out of the Ram Leela programme in his hometown Budhana in Uttar Pradesh after members of Shiv Sena reportedly raised objections as he is a Muslim Earlier even Deepika Padukone responded to this situation saying that the society needs to be “sensitive” to people When asked about her opinion on the incident Deepika told a TV channel “I think as a society in general we need to be more inclusive and sensitive to people and situations” Other Bollywood artistes who took to Twitter to wish their friends and fans were: We all have a Rama and Ravana within us…may we all triumph over the evil and nurture the good #HappyDussehra — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) October 11 2016 May the good in us & around prevail over the evil within and without #HappyDussehra ? — Prachi Desai (@ItsPrachiDesai) October 11 2016 Wish all of you a very Happy Vijayadashami Hope this festival of triumph of good over evil brings prosperity and peace #HappyDussehra — SRIDEVI BONEY KAPOOR (@SrideviBKapoor) October 11 2016 Happy Dussehra…today we celebrate the triumph of good over evil May we each find the strength to overcome the darkness & find the light — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) October 11 2016 The list doesn’t end here many celebrities shared their messages over Twitter amongst which the name includes Anupam Kher Hema Malini Vishal Dadlani Vir Das Tisca Chopra Nimrat Kaur and Mallika Sherawat (With inputs of IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 4 2015 11:54 pm The RBI has the best opportunity to cut rates before the US Federal Reserve starts moving the other way which could be as early as September Related News In the last policy review in June RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan had spoken of two upside risks to a potential lowering of rates One was volatile oil prices The other risk then flagged by the central bank was the prospect of a below-par monsoon and the challenge it poses to managing inflation Indeed on both these counts there has been relief While oil prices have fallen since then by $10 per barrel the latest reports on the progress of the monsoon appear to be not very discouraging with the RBI itself saying that on net the monsoon is near normal Add to that Rajan’s statement in today’s policy review that investment measured by new projects is still weak primarily because of low capacity utilisation and economic recovery is still a work in progress In these circumstances the RBI could have reduced rates by at least 25 basis points which would have made a lot of difference to many sectors Share This Article Related Article Rajan says transmission of monetary policy is weak with the lag in impact being three to four quarters By cutting rates he would have thrown a gauntlet at banks that have been loath to pass on the benefits of rate cuts to borrowers given the pile-up of bad debt on their books and the need to cushion such losses especially with no signs of a strong recovery in sight The RBI viewpoint is that it has already front-loaded a rate cut in June and would rather wait to see how the uncertainties are being resolved in terms of banks acting to lower interest rates the progress of the monsoon inflationary pressures and a possible raising of interest rates by the US Federal Reserve The governor hasn’t dismissed the possibility of policy action outside of the next scheduled review in September but the current stance of the central bank may leave it vulnerable to attack even by those who have supported it so far in the conflict with the government over autonomy in setting interest rates The RBI may be fully focused on meeting its inflation target set by the government as part of a new framework agreement But in a country where the goal is to balance growth with relatively low inflation this may pose the further risk that the political establishment will harden its stance For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 14 2017 3:32 am Jat protesters at National Highway 71-A Monday Express Top News LEADER OF Opposition and Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Abhay Singh Chautala Monday visited the protest venues at Dadri Dhanana and Jhajjar where groups of Jats are holding protests for fulfillment of their demands? 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