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And a stench engulfing the football organisation that so often assumes the moral high ground when preaching to FIFA.The English Football Association is in turmoil again and it’s a crisis of its own making Rather than a diligent attempt to discover if England women’s team coach Mark Sampson did make a racially offensive joke to striker Eni Aluko the FA was accused of engineering a cover-up when the leadership faced a parliamentary committee Aluko capped 102 times for England and a qualified lawyer spent two years trying to convince the FA to believe Sampson made offensive comments in 2014 about whether her relatives coming from Nigeria for a game were infected with Ebola Aluko was brushed off and ultimately paid off by an FA appearing to hush the episode under the Wembley Stadium carpet Even when a settlement totaling 80000 pounds ($105000) was agreed to halt her grievance – ostensibly so England faced no distractions at the Women’s European Championship in July – Aluko felt the wrath of FA After Aluko’s case emerged in public in August and the FA’s handling of the saga unraveled the Chelsea player tweeted that the organization’s policy was “ignore deny endorse” The FA’s response emerged when Aluko faced members of the House of Commons at a committee on Wednesday The second tranche of the financial settlement would only be sent to Aluko if she publicly stated that the FA was not institutionally racist That conduct was according to Aluko “bordering on blackmail” Not so according to FA chief executive Martin Glenn who followed Aluko in testifying at parliament with the player still in the Grimond Room behind her Yet the FA repeatedly undermined its own case and at times its credibility in the four-hour hearing It began with an element of contrition with the publication of a statement disclosing a barrister had finally concluded that Sampson did direct racially offensive jokes at Aluko and teammate Drew Spence on a separate occasion in 2015 There was even a public apology to the players But once the inquisition by legislators began the FA’s stance shifted The executive team went on the attack – against the questions and others within English football – while repeatedly praising their own work and sacrifices in an attempt to deflect the blame and shift the session onto unrelated subjects Glenn was undermined when he distanced himself from comments in a newspaper interview last month that barrister Katharine Newton was chosen to conduct the FA investigation because she was black – an appointment that would have been illegal under discrimination laws “It’s not a pack of lies but it’s an embellishment” Glenn said It wasn’t the wisest move for FA chairman Greg Clarke to place his fingers in his ears at one point to demonstrate his need to avoid being party to some of Aluko’s complaints Nor should Clarke have called accusations of institutionalized racism and bullying “fluff” – a remark the chastened chairman quickly withdrew when its offensive nature was highlighted Committee member Jo Stevens a member of the opposition Labour Party called it “disgraceful” after having a day to deflect on Clarke’s dismissive tone And yet while legislators like Stevens urged Clarke to “consider his position” there were no outright calls for resignations or firings from the committee members or any significant figures across football on Thursday There was a tame response too from the government “I hope the FA learns lessons from this whole sorry saga” sports minister Tracey Crouch said “to ensure that all in the sport and the wider public have faith in their processes and procedures” The FA Board still appears to retain the faith in Clarke and Glenn who are trying to weather the storm with the organization focused on the men’s World Cup in Russia in less than eight months But trouble looms on the horizon particularly as Sampson explores a case of wrongful dismissal against the FA The coach who led England to the semifinals of the 2015 World Cup and Euro 2017 was ultimately removed from his post last month over inappropriate conduct with players in a previous job before being hired by the FA in 2013 Even that case was handled shoddily by the FA with Sampson cleared to remain in his post in 2015 after the allegations were initially removed and only dismissed based on a re-examination of evidence in the midst of the growing flare-up over Aluko’s complaints In February a vote of no confidence in the FA was passed in the House of Commons albeit with only a handful of members in attendance That vote followed criticism of the FA’s decision-making functions by several former senior executives including ex-chairman David Bernstein “This is an accident that’s been waiting to happen” Bernstein reflected Thursday on the Sampson case “The organization is still institutionally lost in the past” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: March 19 2017 6:15 pm Angamaly Diaries crew faces harassment from Kerala cops Top News Director Lijo Jose Pellissery has posted a video message on his Facebook page accusing Kerala police of harassing the crew members of Angamaly Diaries Hehas alleged that DYSP of Muvattupuzha stopped the car of the film’s crew and behaved badly with them for no apparent reason The incident is being termed as an act of “moral policing” Lijo said that the film’s crew was on a promotional campaign in Muvattupuzha when they had a run-in with the police officials in question “The car of the crew was stopped by the police who spoke to them in a very bad manner” he alleged “It is very upsetting that the people who have the responsibility of protecting us indulge`in such activities” he rued He said that the alleged moral policing took place right opposite a theatre that was showing Angamaly Diaries “The police officers could have identified the actors in the car from the posters outside the cinema hall” he said The police officer even asked actor Tito Wilson to change his name to Pulsar Tito referring to Pulsar Suni the main accused in the recent molestation case of a Malayalam actress “The moment the police saw me they wanted to prove that something else was going on inside the vehicle It was moral policing” female actor Binny Rinky Benjamins said according to Manorama News Angamaly Diaries which released earlier this month has received glowing reviews from the critics and is also going strong at the Kerala box office However the filmmakers suffered a setback after the film was live streamed on Facebook The pirated version of the film is also reportedly available online Producer and Malayalam actor Vijay Babu vowed to bring the people behind the online piracy to justice “It’s unfortunate that a planned activity is going on against our movie angamaly diaries to kill it We removed at least 10 online links yesterday and the same people are doing it again to ensure the movie comes on internet Let me warn this criminal ASS—-S that we will not spare anyone who try to upload this movie on internet This ba—rd was steaming the movie live on Fb from a theatre today We ensured that it is removed I promise that we will track you today and do the needful ” he wrote on his Facebook account For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Bhumika Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: December 4 2016 3:46 pm Naagin 2 3rd December 2016 full episode written update: Shivangi thinks to herself why she is not able to kill Rocky Top News In the first scene Rudra turns into Shivangi and looking at Rocky and thinks that he is a cheater Shivangi sends Vikram upstairs to get crackers and threatens to kill him He says she can’t kill her as he has Garud-mani Shivangi says she caught him by the head and dragged him to the terrace She tells him that she changed the Garud-mani and now she will kill him as a revenge Shivangi tells him that he will pay for his sins His body falls down and everyone gets shocked Shivangi talks to Shvanya and says that she has killed one more murderer Avantika comes down screams and then she faints They take Vikram to the hospital where the doctors declare him dead Yamini couldn’t believe what happened and says how can he be dead when he is the Maheshmati Rocky consoles her Yamini says Avantika will kill her There at home Rudra asks Rocky to cremate him Shivangi thinks that Rocky must be wearing the Garud kawach as well so she spills ink on him and asks him to remove his shirt He flirts and touches her She is assured that he is not wearing the Garudmani While going out of the room she hears him telling someone that this secret is only between the six of them Shivangi wonders what is he upto and asks Rudra to follow him She says she heard him talk to someone and says his life is in danger She asks him to go but he says he will stay with her Also read |Naagin 2 27th November 2016 full episode written update: Shivangi kills Vikram Yamini tells Shesha to find out who is the Naag The mystery man enters wearing a mask and Yamini asks him to leave Shesha tells her that he is the eighth killer and he is also a Naagin Rudra and Shivangi spot him and he asks who he was She says he is Rocky and that she is going to keep a watch on them Rudra asks her to turn into the mystery man and leave Shivangi gets in the car Yamini tells Rocky that Ruchika and she are going for a walk Yamini tells him to keep a file in Vikram’s room Rocky drops the papers and finds the Garud-mani there He finds it attractive so he wears it Rudra follows Yamini and Ruchika Shivangi follows the mystery man and sees that Shesha and Yamini have come to meet him Shesha says you came home it means you have brought something to trap the Naag He gives her a green stone Shesha says it has a lot of power Yamini gives him the Garud-mani Shivangi tells Rudra that he was right Rocky was not wearing the mani as no one gave it to him Shivangi decides to follow Yamini and Shesha Rudra follows the mystery man Yamini asks Shesha to take her to Kapalika’s cave She says that she will take her there at 12 Shesha asks Yamini to stop dreaming as Shivangi is going to pick the Naagmani and not her Rudra was listening to their conversation while he was on the back seat as naag More from the world of Entertainment: In the next scene Shivangi comes to her room thinking that she has to save Rudra when Rocky comes and hugs her from back Shivangi feels an electric shock and pushes him and falls down She yells at him not to touch her and stay away from her Rocky feels hurt and says he is not amongst those husbands who force themselves on their wives He says he is not able to understand her behaviour as she asks him to remove his shirt on one hand and then behaves like this He then leaves the room Shivangi thinks to herself that even she is unable to understand why she is not able to kill Rocky she then turns into Naagin and leaves to save Rudra In the next scene we see Rudra blocking the car of the mystery man and tries to disclose him but the mystery man shows the Naagjal mani to him and loses his powers and goes away Yamini and Shesha along with the mystery man goes to Kapalika and gives her the Naagjal mani to finish Rudra They call Avantika there and tell her that they are going to catch that naag and she should kill him herself as he killed her husband For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: May 19 2016 12:40 am Related News In the unlikely event of you still having an iota of interest in the TV exit polls that predicted the outcome in four state assembly elections and one Union territory (the largely ignored Puducherry) — the results of which you are perhaps watching this very moment — they sparred like the contestants in the nightly debate bouts Yes the exit polls were at each other: While India Today-Axis hammered in 233-253 for what it referred to as the AITC and normal people call the TMC in West Bengal the C-Voter on Times Now punched in a feeble 167 And while Chanakya saw the BJP+ wallop the Congress 90+ to 27+ in Assam the C-Voter marked the bout more evenly at 57 to 41 Yogendra Yadav with “20 years experience” in polling said that the talk about split verdicts was “unnecessary” — indulged in because “you have 72 hours to kill” (before counting) — since in 80 per cent of the cases the result was clear cut (Times Now) On CNN-News 18 the trending news was that all the exit polls had the same trend (basically Hand down Lotus in bloom) — not very helpful when there was an 85-seat margin between Axis and C-Voter for West Bengal Share This Article Related Article Some other differences in the exit polls: Most channels quickly put out the verdict for all the states — previously it was one state at a time Most used all exit poll results not just their own and argued on those; some like NDTV did a “poll of polls” and discussed those figures in the absence of its own poll Does such an aggregation work Many like Aaj Tak wound up their special exit poll shows before 8 pm — unless of course you’re News X Times Now India Today which carried on and on Also saw some new faces tell us about Assam Tamil Nadu West Bengal and Kerala but wish they had been more clearly and more frequently identified Most unusual of all channels like News X actually analysed their exit polls the next day Tuesday Huh On Tuesday many channels discussed the “agnipariksha”(IBN-7) for the Congress after the “battering” at the hustings (NDTV 24×7) — the party would be badly singedif not reduced to cinders was the burn-ing conclusion Some fun moments: India Today decided that its experts had tired of sitting up straight at a table so they had them relax in easy chairs — where they practised armchair journalism On CNN News 18 journalist Ajoy Bose valiantly tried to explain why the AIADMK was projected to lose in Tamil Nadu He compared Mamata and J Jayalalithaa in terms of “body language” and that obviously did nothing for the latter Whereas Mamata was full of bounce and verve Jayalalithaa was “hampered by something” he said obscurely Now onto the news and the good news is there is some good news for the viewer: The news is back Yes countrywomen and men more and more channels have returned to the news at 9 pm — the latest being NDTV 24×7 Sure some have news with views like India Today CNN News 18 and India TV but news is news not a fight between loud speakers Why has it happened Could it be that fighting heads no longer attract viewers Or that TV news has remembered that its first calling is the news the news and nothing but the news Don’t know about you but I find it extremely uncomfortable to watch the widows of murdered men being questioned on television — no matter how sympathetically In Yogendra Yadav’s words it seems “unnecessary” Watched the wife of journalist Rajdev Ranjan looking dazed stunned as she tried to answer Rajdeep Sardesai coherently Her haunted face remained with you not her replies For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppDays after the Maharashtra government announced a 5 percent quota for Muslims in government jobs and in educational institutions Union Minister for Minority Affairs Najma Heptullah called the move unconstitutional and said Muslims should free themselves from the "quota mindset" The quota was announced by the Congress-NCP state government that is facing a massive anti-incumbency as the state goes to polls this October Najma Heptullah Photo courtesy PIB Speaking to The Economic Times Heptullah said such a quota has been found legally untenable earlier thereby making this pre-poll gesture mere tokenism "Muslims should liberate themselves from this quota mindset from a place where they feel denigrated and afraid to a space of self confidence The BJP manifesto talks of Muslims as equal partners and not a vote bank to be held in place by misplaced fears" she told ET Heptulla has said previously too that quotas for the minority communities based on religion are untenable The Indian Express quotes her as saying the Congress previously attempted a quota for Muslims in Andhra Pradesh but the move was mired in litigation "They are fully aware this will never fructify because somebody will go to court again yet they have taken the same path They do not learn their lessons but Muslims have now seen through this They will not be fooled" she said Heptulla is a former Congress member herself also a former deputy chairperson of the Rajya Sabha She joined the BJP in 2004 Speaking to Business Standard Heptulla reportedly said this was "betrayal" a "lollipop that you know is going to be taken away" By: Express Web Desk | Nottingham | Updated: July 17 2017 12:47 am Hashim Amla scored 83 runs for South Africa in second innings (Source: AP) Related News It’s now South Africa’s Test to lose as they consolidate their position in the second Test at Trent Bridge with some serious batting and giving not even an inch to England on the third day of the match They did not dominate play on the day but made sure they did put in a lot of effort to be in a strong position to level the series after two days England survived the four overs — two each from Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander — they were asked to play before stumps on day three They scored only one run and opener Alastair Cook survived a leg-before wicket decision on the third ball after he reviewed the on-field decision But that was the only highlight for England on slow and steady day of Test cricket South Africa were completely in a mood to control the game with some serious batting and no risks Hashim Amla Dean Elgar and Faf du Plessis made half-centuries in a relaxed manner and without talking any risks to stretch their team’s lead past 400 before the Proteas’ skipper declared the innings at 343 for setting England a target of 474 runs The day began with South Africa already leading by 205 runs and but England had James Anderson and Stuart to fightback and try and bowl out the visitors early But that was not the case as overnight batsmen Elgar and Amla played some of the irresistible cricket in the first session and completed their half-centuries The hosts had the chances of getting both of them out early England had been criticised for using desperate reviews but when it matter they did not Cook appealed from slips for a catch that Broad took but no one else did Replays showed there was a faint edge Elgar was on 55 when a tough chance to Anderson at gully was put down Amla took 14 runs from one Liam Dawson over same in which he complete his fifty with a six But Elgar was dismissed by Ben Stokes with a short angled into him delivery for 80 ending the second-wicket partnership of 135 runs which was super slow England were successful in getting the wicket of Quinton de Kock as well before Lunch But Du Plessis joined Amla in the second session and they played on the same tone as South Africa added only 76 runs from the second session Amla was relaxed throughout the innings not playing and missing while getting the boundary on the lose ball Even a leave outside the off-stump was rare He schooled Dawson in that over but the spinner did get the better of him when he danced down the ground and was struck plumb in front Because Amla was down the pitch umpire did not give it out but England reviewed and got the decision over-turned England picked up four wickets in the final session with Temba Buvma Du Plessis Chris Morris and Philander the players to get out For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: June 22 2017 10:57 am Monisha Kaltenborn is the first woman to run a Formula One outfit Top News Swiss-based Sauber have parted company with principal Monisha Kaltenborn the first woman to run a Formula One outfit the team’s owners said on Wednesday “Longbow Finance SA regrets to announce that by mutual consent and due to diverging views of the future of the company Monisha Kaltenborn will leave her positions with the Sauber Group effective immediately” they said in a statement “Her successor will be announced shortly” it added The team are due to compete this weekend at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku No details were given about the ‘diverging views’ but board chairman Pascal Picci issued a separate statement angrily rejecting speculation that it concerned the status of the team’s drivers and a desire to favour Sweden’s Marcus Ericsson “The owners and board of Sauber Motorsport AG take strong exception to speculative and widespread media reports today that our race drivers have not been and are not being treated equally” he said “This is not only patently untrue it would be contrary to the team’s absolute and longstanding commitment to fair competition “These reports attributed to anonymous ‘sources’ are highly detrimental to both Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein as well as to the management and all staff of the Sauber F1 Team” Ericsson have yet to score a point in seven races this season but have important backers while Wehrlein who has a long-term Mercedes contract finished eighth in Spain in May Motorsportcom said the terms of Kaltenborn’s departure were still being worked out Kaltenborn an Indian-born Austrian citizen took over from team founder Peter Sauber in 2012 The sport’s first woman team principal and the second Indian-born after Force India’s Vijay Mallya Kaltenborn joined Sauber in 2000 to run the legal department and took over as chief executive in 2010 The team fell on hard times in recent seasons struggling to score points last year but the financial problems eased when Longbow a Swiss-based investment company took over in July last year They recently agreed with Honda to switch to the Japanese manufacturer’s engines next year instead of using year-old Ferrari ones Kaltenborn’s departure will leave former champions Williams as the only team with a woman in charge Claire Williams is officially the deputy principal to father and founder Frank but effectively runs the team day-to-day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | London | Published: October 20