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In a similar letter to the CBI and MoD,in its interim report submitted in April, This year,two waves offloodshave affected over 25 lakh people in 29 districts of Assam with the administration setting up 1098 relief camps and distribution centres With inputs from agencies Madurai: Taking on AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday alleged that she preferred to "stay within four walls" without bothering to visit the people or listen to their grievances during last year’s devastating floods Attacking the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister over a host of issues including unemployment he alleged that her rule was marked by corruption and that industries had migrated to other states Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi AFP Addressing his maiden election rally in Madurai for the 16 May Assembly election in Tamil Nadu along with DMK Treasurer MK Stalin he targeted Jayalalithaa over the unprecedented floods that hit parts of the state including Chennai during last monsoon "Tamil Nadu does not need a government which is run by a person who stays within four walls and does not even have the decency to come out and see what has happened when the floods came to Chennai "I could come from Delhi to see what has happened in Tamil Nadu and to help to give a hand to the poor people but the chief minister could not walk out of her house" Gandhi said He claimed that under the AIADMK regime umemployment had risen Lakhs of youth were unemployed and corruption had gone up "at every level" he charged Previously factories and industries "used to come to Tamil Nadu but now nobody is interested" he said adding they "understand" that if they wanted to open up industries "they will have to pay money" to people in the government Referring to a generation of leaders from ‘Periyar’ EV Ramasamy Kamaraj AIADMK founder MG Ramachandran and DMK chief M Karunanidhi he said such leaders went to the people listened and learnt from them "I am confident Stalin also has these qualities On the other side we have the chief minister who is absolutely convinced that she does not need to meet anybody in Tamil Nadu" the Congress leader said "She is absolutely convinced that nobody in Tamil Nadu has anything to say to her from which she can learn something She is convinced that there is only one wise person in Tamil Nadu and that is Jayalalithaaji" Written by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: February 13 2017 2:01 am The Jewish Cemetery on Dr E Moses Road in Worli; Dr Elijah Moses (right) Nirmal Harindran Top News TRAVELLING TO the Nehru Science Centre in Worli from Mahalaxmi Station motorists take the Dr E Moses Road While the road finds a mention on the addresses of other prominent locations in the city such as Famous Studios and Mahalaxmi Race Course very few know that the 2-km stretch is named after the city’s first Jewish mayor Dr Elijah Moses Belonging to the Bene Israeli community Moses was also a medical practitioner and played an active role during the plague of the 1920s treating people from all walks of life What began as social service eventually led him to become a municipal councillor from Dongri where his dispensary was located and later to become the mayor of the city from 1937-38 Watch What Else Is Making News Believing that the proper disposal of the dead is necessary to avoid the spread of plague he undertook the provision of cemeteries in the city Also realising the need for proper home care for the poor after being discharged from hospitals he associated himself with the King George V Infirmary “The land for the cemeteries and crematorium was provided on Haine’s Road and the Infirmary is also on the same road As these projects were located here this road was renamed Dr E Moses Road” says Jonathan Solomon the maternal grandson of Moses There is no plaque commemorating Moses either on the road or on the walls of the cemetery where he himself lies buried Saying that more needs to be done to celebrate Moses’s life Solomon adds “The Jewish cemetery was opened in 1923 and it was the last time that the municipal corporation gave a burial land to Jews in the city” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: August 14 2017 11:51 am Rory McIlroy now has gone three years since his last major title at Valhalla in the PGA Championship (Source: USA Today sports) Top News The lingering pain Rory McIlroy felt when he finished the PGA Championship was not just about ending another year without a major McIlroy revealed that he has felt spasms in a muscle in his upper back the last few weeks and he’s not sure when he will play next It could be in a few weeks when the FedEx Cup playoffs begin It could be sometime next year “I have a good bit of time to get healthy and address a few things going forward” McIlroy said “As I said the next big thing is April and that’s really what my focus will be on from now until then” April is the Masters the only major keeping McIlroy from the career Grand Slam McIlroy now has gone three years since his last major title at Valhalla in the PGA Championship This year was all about injuries and apparently he’s not over them yet “Right now I can feel my left rhomboid going into spasm” McIlroy said after closing with a 3-under 68 at Quail Hollow “It’s sort of the way it has been the last few weeks I have upped my practice coming into these two events because I wanted to feel like I was in a good place in my game” He was three shots behind going into the final round at the Bridgestone Invitational last week until Hideki Matsuyama ran away with it At the PGA Championship he was slowed by bad stretches in the middle of his rounds that never allowed him to get under par “It’s a tough one because I go out there and play and shoot decent scores” McIlroy said “But when I come off the course I feel my left rhomboid going into spasm (The) inside of my left arm goes numb So I don’t know what to do I’ve got this next week off to assess what I need to go forward” McIlroy has headed home to Northern Ireland and planned to meet with his trainer to figure out the next step Along with failing to win a major for the third straight year McIlroy hasn’t won anywhere around the world since he won the Tour Championship last September to capture the FedEx Cup and its $10 million prize But it was a tough year from the start He discovered a slight rib fracture after a playoff loss in the South African Open and he took seven weeks off to let it heal He got married after the Masters and the pain returned at The Players Championship in May McIlroy believes he practiced too much too soon and he said he would have to spend the rest of the year managing his practice time and his fitness But he didn’t have many answers when he left Quail Hollow McIlroy said the pain wasn’t as bad as it was early in the year at the Players when he said it really flared up on him But it’s still there “I can feel it” he said “I can play 18 holes I warm up it’s OK But once I get done having to go through the whole routine of getting it ready to go again the next day you shouldn’t have to do that If it was injury-free that wouldn’t happen” The FedEx Cup playoffs feature four tournaments in five weeks starting on Aug 24 He also has European Tour membership which includes late-season events in Turkey South Africa and Dubai “Look I don’t know what I’m going to do” he said “You might not see me until next year You might see me in a couple of weeks’ time It really depends” McIlroy believes he can play well put good scores together and win tournaments His concern is that he doesn’t think he can contend on a regular basis unless he gets 100 percent healthy and that’s not where he is now If he’s that concerned about the injury why play at all McIlroy paused for the longest time “I don’t know” he said “I feel like a sense of … not duty but I’ve missed a lot of time already If I’m capable of playing I feel like `Why shouldn’t you’ But then at the same time if you are not capable of playing at your best why should you play We’ll see what happens” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 8 2017 6:17 am The museum houses used items of famous cricketers from all over the world Top News Kedar Jadhav is a new star on the cricket pitch He has done India proud through his match-winning knock of 120 against England in the first ODI in Pune With an inspired effort and from his partnership with Hardik Pandya Jadhav revived the innings when all had lost hope of winning the match Making this moment more memorable Indian batsman Jadhav handed over his match t-shirt to Blades of Glory a cricket museum at Sahakar Nagar Museum founder Rohan Pate was also present on the occasion Watch What Else is Making News “Rohan is an old friend I have visited this museum earlier too I am delighted to see the growth in the number of items on display here” Spread across 5000 sq ft the museum houses used items of famous cricketers from all over the world There is also a huge collection of autographs from cricketers on various themes There are around 11000 collections kept here as a part of some historic moments from the game of cricket Since its inception many legendary cricketers like Sir Vivian Richards Clive Lloyd Sunil Gavaskar Kapil Dev Rahul Dravid Virendra Sehwag Yuvaraj Singh Ajinkya Rahane Chris Gayle Brett Lee M Muralitharan Wasim Akram Kumar Sangkara to name a few have visited the museum and have appreciated its collection For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Madrid | Published: January 8 2017 11:25 am Cristiano Ronaldo paraded his fourth Ballon d’Or and powered home his first goal of 2017 (Source: AP) Top News Cristiano Ronaldo paraded his fourthBallon d’Or and powered home his first goal of 2017 as RealMadrid equalled Barcelona’s Spanish record 39-game unbeatenrun with a 5-0 demolition of lowly Granada on Saturday Sevilla leapfrogged Barca into second four points behindReal thanks to Wissam Ben Yedder’s hat-trick in a hugelyimpressive 4-0 win at sixth-placed Real Sociedad whilstAtletico Madrid won 2-0 at Eibar to move up to fourth At the Bernabeu Ronaldo was honoured by previous Ballond’Or winners to have played for Madrid including Luis Figo? Saul?S. The United States, “This is how it is and will always be. The trouble is that a frictionless world does not exist. saying that China was fully backing Pakistan in its terror activities. and expressed hope more investments would help bridge the gap.