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reacting to some the Patel families’ threat to convert,hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes,experts? Rather India should address secondary education in new and creative ways drawing on the current strengths of the Indian secondary education: a federal system that allows states to take leadership and produce innovationsa mixed system in which an array of providers exist on equal footing (and could receive equal support by making support to studentsnot schools)and a performance-oriented system in which learning matters The writer is professor of the practice of international development at the Kennedy School of GovernmentHarvard Universityexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 30 2016 4:17 am Related News Early this week Noor Mohamed Sheikh one of the four Malvani youth who allegedly fled to join the Islamic State (IS) but returned later attempted suicide as he felt “guilty” of his actions that brought “disrepute” to his family police sources said Four youth — Ayaz Sultan Noor Sheikh Wajid Sheikh and Mohsin Sheikh — fled the city between October and December last year allegedly to join the Ansar-ul-Tahwid (AuT) headed by former Indian Mujahideen member Shafi Armar alias Yusuf AuT has pledged its allegiance to the global terror outfit the Islamic State (IS) and has been trying to get Indian recruits Noor took the extreme step this week just days after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) along with six state counter-terrorism agencies including the Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) started a clampdown against alleged IS sympathisers across the country and arrested 14 people including three “self-styled leaders” of a homegrown terror outfit the Janood-ul-Khalifa-e-hind recently formed by these members who support the IS Fearing he might also be arrested despite “returning voluntarily” Noor allegedly consumed a poisonous substance suspected to be pesticide at his residence late in the night Next morning his family members saw him lying unconscious and rushed him to Shatabdi hospital in Borivali where he was provided medical help They also informed the local police about the incident After his condition stabilised Noor’s statement was recorded before an Executive Magistrate under Section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) According to sources Noor allegedly stated that he got “radicalised by the IS ideology” owing to indoctrination subjected to through the IS propaganda material available online and the brainwashing done by his handlers who met him and the other youth on various occasions in Mumbai He did not think about his family members while fleeing the city However upon realising that his poor financial condition will only affect his family harder he realised his mistake and returned to them on his own accord The recent clampdown by Indian agencies against IS sympathisers had stressed him and owing to the “disrepute” the arrest might bring to his family he tried to commit suicide as he had “wronged” them While Noor is out of danger and is likely to be discharged tomorrow the Mumbai police has not booked him for attempt to suicide a punishable offence in India Sources say a case is unlikely to be slapped on Noor Even the ATS probing the matter has so far not arrested the two men who ‘returned’ and are only questioning them regularly A case under various sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) has been registered against Sultan The ATS also arrested Rizwan Nawazuddin who was picked up during the clampdown Sources claim he is the alleged handler of the four youth and had sent them videos on application-based chats of IS propaganda which was instrumental in brainwashing them For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Cape Town | Published: June 27 2016 2:58 pm Algeria have already qualified for the African cup of Nations which is to be held in Gabon (Source: AP) Top News Serbian Milovan Rajevac has been appointed the new coach of Algeria the country’s football federation has confirmed Rajevac came close to helping Ghana become the first African side to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2010 and takes over from Christian Gourcuff who resigned in April ahead of a move to French Ligue 1 side Stade Rennais Rajevac 62 will be expected to lead Algeria to the World Cup in Russia but faces a difficult qualification group that also contains Nigeria Cameroon and Zambia Only the top team advances to the finals Algeria have already qualified for the African Nations Cup finals in Gabon starting next January For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFrom the highs of Olympic qualification and the well-received #DeshKeLiye campaign to the lows of crushing losses to top teams in the Hockey World League semifinals in Belgium and coach Paul van Ass’ ugly ouster — it has been a roller-coaster few months for the Indian Hockey Team The recently-sacked chief coach’s spat with the Hockey India chief is well-documented So is the fact that the Indian team has had to compete under five different coaches in Narinder Batra’s regime so far Like Ashish Magotra from Firstpost had commented the Indian team could/should have begun preparing in earnest for Rio 2016 — set everything else aside put on the blinkers and focus on the Olympics. and the Olympics alone File picture of Roelant Oltmans (L) and Sardar Singh AFP Indian captain Sardar Singh however is defiant that the side will still carry on unaffected by the saga In an interview with The Indian Express Sardar admitted it is frustrating at some level for the players to see coaches come and go but in the current scenario having high performance director Roelant Oltmans as the new chief coach could be a ‘blessing in disguise’ "What has happened is between coach Hockey India and SAI The good thing is none of us let it affect us" said Sardar in the interview "The best part about whatever has happened is that Roelant has been with the team for the last three years and knows the positives and negatives of every player He has been there at almost every training session and tour of ours So it’s not really a new beginning in that sense" Responding to a question whether the players were left a bit clueless by van Ass’ methodologies Sardar said that it was partly because of the time it takes to adjust to a new coach’s ideas "Maybe that was because we really had a very short time with him He could not share all his ideas with us as he got just three-four months If he would have stayed longer he would have been able to explain to us his strategies and reasons behind his decisions in a better way" he said As a fall-out of the HWL debacle experienced defender Gurbaj Singh was singled out by the Hockey India committee for causing factions within the squad something that Sardar denies vehemently "Absolutely not [there are no factions] If Gurbaj said it and I don’t know if he has it must be for the good of the team Look we say some things on the field but it stays there and it should be that way" said Sardar "Those things are said in heat of the moment and we get over it immediately So it is wrong to bring these issues up The reason we performed so well last year was that as a unit we were all together" For his part Gurbaj Singh has hit back at his detractors In an interview with DNA after he was excluded from the squad for its upcoming 15-day European tour Gurbaj dismissed the allegations "As far as my relationship with players is concerned please go and ask how much we all love each other All these talks of creating rift are completely baseless Let the committee call me and give me a chance to explain my position on this entire cooked up issue I want to confront any person who has levelled these allegations against me" said Gurbaj Gurbaj also said he was not aware of coach Van Ass being unhappy with him after he was asked to change his position from right link to right half despite initial apprehension from the player Click here to read Sardara’s full interview with The Indian Express Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt expressed his sadness Thursday that doping issues rather than track talk were dominating the build-up to the world championships that start in Beijing on Saturday Athletics’ world governing body IAAF has recently been mired with allegations over doping while Bolt’s main sprint rival is Justin Gatlin the controversial American who has served two doping bans the latter for four years after testing positive for testosterone "It’s really taken centre stage" Bolt said of the doping issue "All I’ve been hearing over the past couple of weeks is doping doping doping Usain Bolt AP "The majority of questions are about doping it’s definitely sad" But Bolt played down suggestions that he was the "saviour" of track and field saying he alone was not capable to turning the tide "Initially I’m running for myself that’s what I do" he said "People say I need to win for the sport but there are a lot other athletes who are running clean "It’s not only on me because I can’t do it myself "I think it’s the responsiblity of all the athletes to take it upon themselves to help save the sport and show the sport can go far without drugs cheats or athletes who’ve taken drugs" Ready to defend Bolt the six-time Olympic gold medallist and world record holder in both the 100m and 200m added: "I just try to do what’s right by the rules of the IAAF WADA and everybody We all know the rules and we just have to abide them "It’s not only up to me because I can’t do it by myself because I’m not the only one in the sport "It’s up to all the athletes to understand the rules and abide by them and just work hard to be the best: it will make sports a better place" Bolt might have endured a stop-start season debut but he vowed he is ready to defend his double sprint titles at the world champs The towering Jamaican gets his campaign under way in heats for the 100m on Saturday the opening day of the competition that runs until August 30 For Bolt it will signify a return to Beijing’s iconic Bird’s Nest stadium where he first made his name with a thrilling golden treble in the 2008 Beijing Games Since then bar one hiccup in the 100m at the Daegu world championships in 2011 Bolt has won every sprint and relay title at world and Olympic level Bolt last month roared back from an early season pelvic joint issue that saw him miss six weeks of competitive action with back-to-back 100m times of 987sec at the London Diamond League meeting That left him sixth in the 2015 list of the fastest sprinters over 100m with Gatlin atop the group of elite athletes having run a personal best of 974sec in Doha in May having also clocked 975 twice and 978 Great memories "I’ve been training hard these past few weeks to put myself in the best possible condition to run well and defend my titles over the next week" Bolt insisted "Coach (Glen Mills) is happy and that’s always key because when he’s happy I know I’m in good nick "Everyone knows that the championships are the most important for me That is what I train for The one-off races are important but the medals and titles are given out at the championships "My racing season wasn’t ideal this year but I have great confidence in my coach and his ability to get me into shape at the right time" Bolt added that memories of seven years ago were not lost on him "Beijing was where it all started for me at the Olympic Games in 2008 I have great memories of this city and the stadium It’s great to be back here I’m looking forward to getting on the track on Saturday" AFP Written by Express News Service | Surat | Published: August 28 2012 5:39 am Related News Surat diamond traders and builders hailing from Saurashtra have come together to help cattle-rearers in scarcity-hit seven districts of the region The traders have decided to give their agricultural land in Surat and its neighbouring districts for cultivation of green fodder to be supplied to pastoralists and farmers in Saurashtra The Saurashtra Jaldhara Trust (SJT)comprising real estate developerstextile and diamond tradershas recently formed Pashudhan Bachao Committee to look into the issue of shortage of fodder for cattle in JunagadhJamnagarSurendranagarRajkotBhavnagarPorbandar and Amreli The committee has 111 members who are doing business in Surat and belong to different districts of Saurashtra Each member has been asked to form a panel of 111 representatives of different villages from each taluka SJT president Mathur Savani said?” Mika said in a statement.riffed on India’s rising?