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This framework, These posters, Gangwar added.When contacted regarding the objection raised by the PCS association Bhuvnesh Kumar secretary of Uttar Pradesh IAS association said “There is no confrontation Our young officers raised the issue because they feel they must have the experience of working in urban local bodies before they are posted at the state level So we will raise our demand and they (PCS association) have the right to object — but it is upon the government to decide” According to sources IAS officers are of the view that these postings were “taken away” from them and given to PCS officers because of the reduction in their numbers But with their strength back to being “sufficient” and there being “enough officers” in the rank the association believes these posts should be duly given back to its officers Some have even pointed out examples of cities like Ahmedabad and Mumbai where IAS officers take up these posts On the other hand PCS officers allege that young IAS officers who have to work as special secretaries in the state want to “occupy” these urban local body posts during initial years of their services to work independently While the cadre strength of IAS officers in UP is about 500 that of PCS is about 1000 Although both the associations became non-functional during the five years of Mayawati regime between 2007 and 2012 the IAS association revived its activities of conducting Annual General meetings and holding IAS Week from 2013 onward The last PCS association’s general body meeting on the other hand took place in 2007 and the association has remained inactive ever since For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandali Tiwari | Gurgaon | Updated: December 3 2015 11:27 am According to the child her uncle brought her to get her a job and sold her to men he knew after she refused to marry him Police are looking for her uncle and the ‘buyers’ Related News Brought by her uncle from their village four months ago for a job; sold by him; sexually assaulted by the buyers; escape only to be raped again by two others in a field — this is how a 12-year-old girl from Odisha has pieced together days of her ordeal before Haryana Police The child was rescuedon November 30aftera villager in Palwal about 50 km from Gurgaon spotted her lying in the field and took her to the local women’s police station The police have arrested the two persons who allegedly raped her and left her in the field and are on the lookout for her uncle and persons who “bought” her said sources According to the child’s complaint lodged at Palwal women’s police station her uncle brought her to a village in Mathura Uttar Pradesh four months ago Later he expressed his desire to marry her and when she declined he sold her to people he knew for Rs 50000 she stated in her complaint The men who ‘bought’ her sexually assaulted her for days she told the police According to the girl’s complaint she somehow managed to escape and reached the bus stand in Palwal While she was waiting for a bus two persons came in an autorickshaw and forcibly pushed her into the vehicle took her to a field and raped her she stated Acting on her complaint in a joint rescue operation with Shakti Vahini a child helpline NGO Palwal police arrested two persons on charges of kidnapping and raping the child said sources Police identified the arrested duo as Goverdhan and Jitender A case has been registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and Section 6 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act said the police “We have informed the Uttar Pradesh home department secretary about this and requested him to direct officers to conduct an extensive inter-state investigation — as the crime occurred in Odisha Uttar Pradesh and Haryana — so that the well-organised trafficking syndicate may be busted” said Rishikant of Shakti Vahini The letter has been marked to nodal officers of anti-trafficking units in Haryana and Odisha he added Rishikant said the girl was in a child protection home and arrangements would be made to send her back to Odisha after verifying her address and family background For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Published: May 2 2013 12:14 am Related News Squash player Dipika Pallikal will now train in India with coach Sarah Fitz-Gerald guiding her along There’s not a pleasanter sight to a travelling girl’s world-weary eyes than a solidsturdy cupboard in a steadfast corner of the house For Dipika Pallikal it signifies coming home to Indiato Chennai It’s also about all the lesser packing and unpacking that had become integral to her life when she based herself out of Melbournetravelling to train with Sarah Fitz-Geralda five-time squash world championand presently her coach The 22-year-old – who has been living the proverbial suitcased-life since she was 13 with stints in EgyptEngland and now Down Under – didn’t really mind the wonderful vistas of Melbournedriving around its bylaneswalking its streets and shopping for grocerieseven as Fitz-Gerald offered her the counsel and comfort of a second home But Pallikal’s back for nowto resume training in her hometown Back to the permanence of Chennai and her cupboard “Sarah wants me to be at home a bit more nowand spend more time with family She’ll train me in Chennai She already travels with me for the big events like the Worldsbut I’m happy to be back home” Pallikal saysin between some training sessions in Mumbai with former India No1 and now coach Ritwik Bhattacharyabefore she flies out later in the week to prepare for competing at the British Open this month Besides Dipika being keen on returning home – missing India and friends back here a tad bitthe coach also reckoned that with her ward having cracked the Top 10 and fallen out of it swiftlyit was the right time to piece together a traing sked in Chennaikeeping long-term feasibility in mind Having jogged upto the Top 10 mark speedilyrather than trudging to it like many othersPallikal finds herself at No 15 again Her career-high in December last yearnow has long months of mid-Top 20 on either sidesand as such her sixth title in January this year at the Canadian city of Winnipeghad come as a relief after a itchy few title-less months “Ranking has been up and downand most recently slipped down I got into the Top 10 at age 21so it all happened very fast The Canada title came at the right timebut it’s a big season aheadstarting May right upto December where I play back-to-back tournaments” While the big tourneys pose their own challengesPallikal has decided to stick to the 15000 – 20000 USD prize bracketseven as draws get stiffer with her tricky rankingafter climbing the rankings on the back of results in big tourneys rather than stringing lesser-level titles “Earlier I’d start out with qualifiers Now it’s a new experience heading into a tournament and meeting one of the top ranked players first upbecause of my ranking and realising that there are no easy first rounds Hitting the high notes in the first or second round right away – I’m still getting used to that” she explains “I know this will get easier when I’m 25-26 years oldand that I can aim at being the No 1 in the next 3-4 yearsbut this is the toughest phase of the up-climb” she adds The youngster’s steadily learning to put store on consistency rather than rejoicing in the intermittent flashy big one-off win over a higher ranked player ConsequentlyDipika Pallikal’s played her fair share of nervy match-balls – losing from winning positionsand pulling off a few victories from seemingly despondent perches “It’s only been two years since I left the juniors circuit so I’m still learning the ropes of the seniors competition” she says The most evident change in Pallikal’s game has been her jerk-free swing on the backhand – a smoother action – though the biggest lesson she’s learnt is in the tense moments of finishing “You realise that a game’s not over till hands are shaken” she says recalling some of the tight end-games over the last few months Her coach’s world-winning credentials and hardcore champion mentality is shepherding her through these arduous passages of play “She’s played the sport at the highest levelso she knows exactly what I’m going through She tells me precisely how to deal with those match situations” she says Pallikal’s always been known for her fast-pacedattacking game in Indiabut training under Fitz-Gerald has drilled in that sense of discretion in applying that attacking instinct “Sarah always says there’s a thin line between knowing and believing you can beat the big players I have some work to do before I get to the latter” she adds Owing to her longish juniors career – since she started early and was quickly India’s top player in age-groups – Pallikal grew up idolising some of the players she now comes up against in that intense bull-ring of the glass courts Going from fan-girl to a nervelessbold opponent was another distance Fitz-Gerald helped her chargetraverse “She explained that on court it’s all business So even though initially I used to be in awe of some of themthat quickly went away since I was matching paces with them” says Pallikalone of the youngest girls in the Top 15 currently Women typically peak in squash in their late-20sand the Indian’s happy she already has some serious experience of tough play reaching the finals of the team-event at Worlds and winning the Asian gold “There’s also fewer of the Egyptians right now so it’s a little easier on the world Alsoslowly people have started beating Nicol David (World No 1)so I can start dreaming of that day too” she says She’s also gotten over the phase where she wouldn’t speak to anyone for days after a typically biting loss “I don’t dwell on losses much now” Back home nowPallikal is looking forward to travelling alongside city-mate and friend Joshna Chinappa “I always looked up to her as a seniorbut now I’m excited about playing tournaments with her” Joshna’s also her doubles-partnerand Dipika digs the expanded-courtpairs format unlike most squash players she knows “I love doubles Sarah (coach) hates it It’s a lot more funand I love playing with Joshna (doubles) and Saurav Ghosal (mixed doubles We’ve grown up training in the same arenaso it’s great to play with them” These ocassions are few as the only time that doubles counts for anything much serious is CWG doubles She calls Ghosal a ‘best friend forever’ – the ‘3 am can-call’ kinds “It’s nice to have very good friends in squash and I know he’ll always be there for me He’s in Top 20 nowand I hope he rises in the rankings soon” she says of her former academy-mate In Mumbaishe is glad of the chance to train with city-based former squash pro Ritwik Bhattacharya “He was a pioneer of sorts for us playing and winning on PSA As a junior I used to be scared of himbut as a coach and friend nowhe’s great help He has so much knowledge of the sport and puts in such hard work even as a coach But the best thing is he’s easy to approach for help” Back amongst friends in India now – though she intends to travel to Australia whenever needed – Pallikal aims to find herself a squash court in Chennai and resume training in familiar environs And going back to fewer wardrobe anarchies that result from makeshift cupboards in different parts of the world “The real mental part of the game starts now” Sarah Fitz-Gerald is a five-time world champ and a Commonwealth Games championand currently guiding Dipika Pallikal’s career into the upper notches of the world rankings Pallikal spent a year based out of Australiawhich saw her crack the Top 10 Excerpts from an interview with Fitz-Gerald: Q What was your contribution in helping Dipika make the Top 10 I would like to think I’ve helped her instill some confidence in herself But also to think about her shot selection as she is no longer playing junior squash where cheap shots are winners We speak before matches and in between times about her game It is important to Dipika to have people who support and care for herthis keeps her menatlly stable and composed Q Did fitness play a key role Her self belief in her ability is her best asset right nowalso her natural power when driving the ball Dipika’s physical fitness is still an area that needs consistent work if she is to keep moving up the rankings Physical fitness leads to mental fitness Q How tough is it to stay in the Top 10 Dipika had a good year with some excellent results These results have given her confidence which make her opponents wary when playing against her Dipika has put in the effort with working with physical instructorspsycologistsand travelling to Australia to train She is also aware her recent form has made top players wary and nervous about playing against herthis knowledge can be used positively Staying in Top 10 is the tough part now and it gets even tougher to move up the rankings She has to be even more diligent in her training which focuses her mind even more…the real mental part of the game starts now Q What aspects of her game have improved a lot Dipika’s best qualities are her power and strengthher natural ability to volley and quiet determination to succeed She has set goals for herself which she has achieved She’s a good fighter when down Dipika is learning to play smart and world class squash For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: November 3 2012 12:06 am Related News Scanning through her set of works is akin to reading the thoughts that occupy Manisha Gera Baswani Her solo in Delhi after a gap of six yearsthe exhibition Hope is the thing with Feathers, "The outfits included Indian National League, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruchika Talwar | Published: February 18, Chameli leaves from the haveli to tell Mallika that Kareena has left for Mumbai 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