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She says that Rocky cannot marry anybody else as she loves him the most. I’m not proud of what I’m doing and I want everyone, said that she has barely had time for any outdoor practice, but is counting on better weather forecast for much of the week."It’s only one day like this A couple of times I just finished five minutes before the rain I’m hoping it will be much better than the last week" Manchester United Kingdom:Louis van Gaal faces a defining moment in his Manchester United tenure on Thursday when his side attempt to overturn a 2-0 deficit against Liverpool in the Europa League United were soundly beaten in last week’s last 16 first leg at Anfield and Jurgen Klopp’s hungry high-pressing Liverpool would have put the tie out of sight were it not for the reflexes of visiting goalkeeper David de Gea Van Gaal enjoyed a rare rousing moment at Old Trafford on Sunday when Anthony Martial’s 83rd-minute equaliser against West Ham United kept his team in the FA Cup but a second successive non-performance against Liverpool could make it a torrid evening for the under-fire Dutchman "It’s a big challenge but we have to believe in it I have spoken only to the players about victory" Van Gaal told his pre-match press conference United manager Louis van Gaal Getty Images "We owe always to the fans a big result because the fans are paying to see that and we have to deliver" United’s 1-1 draw with West Ham means that failure to overturn Liverpool’s advantage will not signal the end of their trophy-winning ambitions this season but the club’s increasingly frustrated supporters are unlikely to forgive an approach as meek as the one witnessed in the first leg Van Gaal was adamant afterwards that his philosophy is working but the evidence of the match told its own story Less than five months into his Anfield tenure Klopp has already put his stamp on Liverpool’s playing style instilling a high-tempo counter-pressing game that leftUnited chasing shadows In stark contrast Van Gaal has now been at United for 20 months and his team are still in search of an identity Liverpool have bounced back impressively from their penalty shootout loss toManchester City in the League Cup final winning three games on the spin in all competitions and are now putting pressure on United West Ham and City in the battle for the fourth and final Champions League spot United’s form meanwhile is heading in the other direction with a run of four wins followed by successive losses to West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool prior to the FA Cup quarter-final draw with West Ham Lingard Milner return United have overturned a two-goal deficit in Europe on four previous occasions but the status of the tie leaves them in an awkward position: obliged to attack but knowing that an away goal for Liverpool would be fatal "We cannot go crazy" midfielder Ander Herrera warned on Wednesday Liverpool have proved themselves adept at playing on the counter-attack under Klopp notably in the slick away wins over City and Chelsea prior to Christmas But the German is adamant that his team will not sit on their lead and has challenged his players to approach the game with even greater intensity than the first leg "We know that we know how to play them" said Klopp "A good start in the game is important It’s not the most important thing but we will try to play similarly or more intensive than we did at Anfield "It was a good night for us last week but at the same time it’s only halfway" United winger Jesse Lingard is available again after missing the first leg through suspension but although Bastian Schweinsteiger made his return from a knee injury as a substitute against West Ham Van Gaal says that he is not yet ready to start Cameron Borthwick-Jackson Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia are not fit enough to feature at all despite having returned to training after injury while captain Wayne Rooney Luke Shaw and Phil Jones remain sidelined Klopp could elect to bolster his midfield with England international James Milner who is available for selection after missing the first leg with a virus But left-back Alberto Moreno is a doubt after appearing to injure his hamstring in Wednesday’s final pre-match training session at Old Trafford AFP Moscow: FIFA president Gianni Infantino denied on Friday that doping was a problem in football shortly before the draw for the 2018 World Cup in Russia took place in the Kremlin File photo of Gianni Infantino AFP President Vladimir Putin addressed the footballing world that had descended upon Moscow in the midst of a freezing winter to find out who would play who when and where at the competition next year With Russia’s participation at next year’s Winter Olympics in serious doubt over doping allegations Infantino sought to distance football and the World Cup hosts from any suspicion Russia have been stripped of a third of the medals they won as hosts of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and last week a ban on the country taking part in international athletics was upheld by the sport’s governing body IAAF But Infantino claimed that the level of testing in football is sufficient to show that the game was largely clean "I don’t think there are many other international sports organisations who are doing as many anti-doping tests as football is doing" Infantino told a press conference "If you would have a serious doping issue in football this would be known by now whether in Russia or any other country of the world" The build-up to the Russia World Cup has been overshadowed by talk of the controversial awarding of the tournament in the first place of the friction between Putin’s regime and the West and of fears over terrorism and hooliganism But on Friday football’s biggest superstars from Lionel Messi to Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar found out who stood between them and World Cup glory as the draw took place in the State Kremlin Palace Washington: Trade tensions spiked between Washington and Ottawa as President Donald Trump accused Canada of being "very rough" on its southern neighbor and threatened to retaliate against new restrictions on US dairy products Trump also touted his administration’s surprise decision late Monday to rekindle an old trade conflict with America’s second-largest trading partner by slapping new tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber "People don’t realise Canada has been very rough on the United States Everyone thinks of Canada of being nice but they’ve outsmarted our politicians for many years" Trump told a group of farmers at the White House He said Canada was hurting American dairy farmers near the border from Wisconsin to New York by blocking dairy exports "and we’re not going to put up with it" Trump’s aggressive comments echoed a tweet he sent earlier in the day just hours after the Commerce Department announced it was imposing tariffs of up to 24 percent on Canadian softwood lumber which it says is improperly subsidized Addressing reporters at the White House on Monday Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the twin disputes underline the problems with the North American Free Trade Agreement linking the United States with Canada and Mexico which Trump has vowed to renegotiate "If Nafta were functioning properly you wouldn’t be having these kinds of very prickly and unfortunate events back to back" Ross said "They are generally a good neighbor That doesn’t mean they don’t have to play by the rules" President Donald Trump AP Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to the unexpected burst of tough rhetoric by vowing his government would be "very firm in defending Canada’s interests" But Trudeau also said his officials "will work constructively together" with the United States to find a solution Canada’s dairy sector is protected by tariffs on imports and controls on domestic production as a way to support prices for the country’s farmers The latest row was triggered when Canada extended those policies to apply to ultra-filtered milk a product used in cheese production and at the center of a thriving US export business The US Dairy Export Council said the extension "blatantly blocks American dairy exports" urging Trump to "take immediate action" to protect the business of dozens of US farmers While no other immediate retaliation was planned against Ottawa Ross said Washington was looking into measures to "correct" what it says is an effective block on a new class of US dairy exports "The problem with dairy isn’t that they’re dumping dairy products in the US The problem is worse They are prohibiting US dairy producers from selling their products in Canada" Ross said The softwood lumber dispute between Washington and Ottawa has also seen many twists and turns for nearly 35 years with US producers accusing their Canadian counterparts of exporting lumber at subsidized prices harming American businesses In the long-standing dispute the Commerce Department announced late Monday that after talks with Ottawa failed to yield an agreement it would impose duties of between three and 24 percent on softwood lumber used for flooring siding and other building products Ross justified the duties by saying Canadian firms "charge a subsidized low price when the products hit the US border" The US Commerce Department said it will conduct a thorough investigation and confirm its position on the lumber tariffs by 27 September If confirmed the tariffs would then have to be approved by the US International Trade Commission By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 10 2017 2:50 am Top News THE THANE police claimed to have busted an international group allegedly involved in manufacturing low quality engine oil and exporting it to African countries using the name of a well known brand The police raided a company based in Ambernath and seized several equipment worth Rs 182 crore that included fake stickers of well known brands Two persons have been arrested and three named as wanted accused in the case Watch What Else is Making News The Thane police had received a complaint that an Ambernath-based company Auto Morse was producing low quality lubricants and selling them off in the name of well known brand Gulf Oil Lubricants India Ltd The police probed the matter and accordingly a team led by senior inspector Nitin Thakre raided the company unit in the MIDC area of Ambernath After confirming that poor quality lubricants were being sold in the name of Gulf Oil the Thane police arrested Eric Cylus (35) and Digamber Trimukhe (40) production manager and supervisor respectively at Auto Morse The police have named the owners of Auto Morse Amarjeet Anand Ranjeet Singh Anand and Supreet Singh Anand as wanted accused in the case and are on the lookout for them DCP Parag Manere said the company would use low quality raw material to make below par lubricants and then use the logo of Gulf Oil to sell it internationally “We have been told that they would export this oil to Saudi Arabia from where it would be sold to other countries primarily Libya and Yemen The product was first sent to Saudi Arabia because that is where the headquarter of Gulf Oil is located Selling the inferior quality oil from Saudi under the fake logo of Gulf Oil would not lead to any suspicion considering the company is actually located there We are verifying these claims” said Manere For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: August 1 2017 1:28 am The boys would be assembling in Chennai on August 11 Top News The Indian football team will be camping in Chennai prior to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers fixture which is scheduled for September 5 with five new faces being called After back-to-back wins against Myanmar and the Kyrgyz Republic in the first two fixtures India will fly to Macau for their third game of the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 Qualifiers Group A match The boys would be assembling in Chennai on August 11 It’ll be the first senior national team camp for Sarthak Golui Davinder Singh Nikhil Poojary Anirudh Thapa and Manvir Singh who showed their grit in the recently-concluded AFC U23 Championship Qualifiers in Doha Out of the 34 players who are called upon by Constantine for the forthcoming camp there are 10 players who have donned the National colours in the recent AFC U23 Championship Qualifiers in Doha The list of probables as follows: Goalkeepers: Subrata Paul Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Albino Gomes Vishal Kaith T P Rehenesh Defenders: Pritam Kotal Sandesh Jhingan Arnab Mondal Anas Edathodika Narayan Das Jerry Lalrinzuala Lalruatthara Salam Ranjan Singh Sarthak Golui Davinder Singh Midfielders: Dhanapal Ganesh Jackichand Singh Seityasen Singh Nikhil Poojary Bikash Jairu Milan Singh Udanta Singh Eugeneson Lyngdoh Md Rafique Rowllin Borges Halicharan Narzary Germanpreet Singh Anirudh Thapa Forwards: Jeje Lalpekhlua Sumeet Passi Sunil Chhetri Robin Singh Balwant Singh Manvir Singh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News| Published: February 27 2016 12:57 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (Express photo) Top News The most striking feature of this year’s Economic Survey is the tone — not as sanguine as the picture that was presented in the report for 2014-15 Last year’s flagship annual document of the finance ministry had talked of India reaching a “sweet spot” with the economy on the recovery path and set to “finally be launched on a double-digit medium-term growth trajectory” The basis for the optimism was “a political mandate for reform and a benign external environment” The 2015-16 survey by contrast emphasises the need for “a recalibration of expectations” and making “conditional” assessments of the economy’s performance over the coming year The main reason for this is “an unusually challenging and weak external environment” But external factors apart there is also an admission of internal political failure to push reforms: “Approval for the game-changing GST bills has proved elusive so far; the disinvestment programme fell short of targets including that of achieving strategic sales; and the next stage of subsidy rationalisation is a work-in-progress” The change in tone alone captures the sheer gap between expectations at this time last year and the ground reality that has unfolded since then And for most — be it investors or the general public — this gap is more about the Narendra Modi government not really delivering on the expectations that had brought it to power in May 2014 True nobody predicted the turbulence that a Chinese-led slowdown has now unleashed on the world economy The survey notes that a reduction in global growth to 3 per cent from the 4-45 per cent level of 2003-11 brings down India’s own growth to 7-75 per cent as against its long-run potential of 8-10 per cent But the fact is that this wasn’t helped by a lack of political will to undertake aggressive disinvestment and subsidy reforms These would have released resources for much-needed public capital expenditures to counter weak external demand and crowd-in private investments By allowing fringe Hindu-right elements to dictate the political discourse and divisive issues to take centre-stage in Parliament the ruling BJP-led alliance unnecessarily shifted the focus from the economy It is not late still however to redeem the situation All eyes will be on the Union budget to be presented on Monday: A clear strategy on disinvestment extending to sale of majority government equity and commitment to credible fiscal consolidation is what investors will primarily look for But beyond the budget the government’s efforts to get at least two important legislation — those relating to the GST and a comprehensive bankruptcy code (enabling businesses to shut as easily as to start) — through Parliament would also matter And that requires creating the right political environment for which the responsibility lies more with the party in power For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Satyam Viswanathan | Published: August 22 2014 12:43 am We live in a self-conscious era where the world’s most celebrated companies create value by allowing consumers to control the signals they receive about themselves Related News In thelast couple of years a spate of television commercials has prodded urban Indians to reconsider accepted notions about themselves An advertisement that depicts an ostensibly modern marriage — with the wife as the husband’s boss at work — is only the most recent one to have created a hullabaloo Themes of remarriage sexuality public activism gender equality communal harmony and modern identity have been all the rage in Indian advertising of late Why are advertisers falling over each other to challenge the status quo on socio-cultural matters that at best have tenuous links with their products and services In his delightfully subversive book Must-Have Geoffrey Miller articulates the postmodern insight: “At its heart consumerist capitalism is not materialistic but semiotic It concerns mainly the psychological world of signs symbols images and brands not the physical world of tangible commodities” Products today often matter less than the narratives that surround them Advertisers are deliberately provoking audiences with cutting-edge renditions of cultural change that speak to a young society’s incipient desires Increasingly this is the new normal for advertising content in a world where technology is changing the rules of engagement between manufacturers and consumers The world of advertising as depicted on shows like Mad Men where manufacturers run tightly controlled one-way mass-media campaigns to disseminate messages about product attributes to captive audiences trapped in an information-poor environment is a relic of the last century Over the last decade the internet and information technology have rapidly transformed the way in which manufacturers engage with consumers Today more than ever before marketing is a two-way dialogue where increasingly consumers are co-owners in determining the narratives surrounding a brand As trends such as media fragmentation device proliferation digitised content social media low-cost imitation products and e-commerce continue to snowball it gets easier and easier for consumers to ignore advertising and bypass brand messages Control over the narrative is increasingly being ceded by manufacturers to predominantly young social media savvy smartphone toting audiences Superior product benefits and design are in most cases no longer differentiators They are a minimum entry requirement Brands are therefore constantly in search of new ways to stay relevant in the lives of consumers Tom Fishburne an American marketer-turned-cartoonist taps into his years of experience inside multinational behemoths to lampoon industry shenanigans and provide valuable insight into the evolving manufacturer-consumer dynamic He describes successful modern-day marketing as the creation of “stories that are inherently worth sharing” By aligning themselves along cultural faultlines and pre-empting emergent value systems brands today are attempting to serve as chroniclers of our times with stories worth sharing In a demographically young India that is seeing growing individualism and aspiration in the context of a historically collectivist conformist culture publicly visible disruptions of received wisdom and forward-leaning stands on socio-cultural matters tend to have a disproportionate impact Successful political campaigns in the internet era have embraced the idea of two-way narratives Winning candidates from Barack Obama to Narendra Modi understand that most events in and of themselves are less consequential than the opinions that chase them By reinforcing their heroic narratives in bite-sized hash-tagged servings mining social media and managing their online avatars politicians have found traction with younger voters Global brands look for cultural and life-stage inflections that translate easily across borders A video called “Like a Girl” produced by one of the world’s leading feminine care brands recently went viral It illustrates in a hard-hitting understated manner how girls lose confidence during puberty by asking them to perform basic athletic actions The stark contrast in the reactions of post-pubescent girls who have been socialised to embody ditsy stereotypes of what it means to run or throw “like a girl” versus those of pre-pubescent girls who have no such baggage (and therefore run and throw in a fierce focused gender-neutral manner) is a wake-up call By referring not to a product function but to an insidious form of gender stereotyping the brand appropriated a resonant tension without sounding corny or insincere We live in an excessively self-conscious era where the world’s most celebrated companies create value by allowing consumers to control the signals they receive about themselves in other words to posture online The ability to curate and broadcast fleeting stories — our own and borrowed — that serve as proxies for our lives and beliefs is the latest form of social currency in a world where semiotics matter as much as consumption Expect more advertisements to explore socio-cultural faultlines in search of stories worth sharing The writer is a consumer researcher and part of theJunoon Theatre team express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News 34, Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News,but the foreign press has reported his presence in Bahawalpur with new training facilities for his terrorists in the nearby desert. 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