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"Against the backdrop of some confusion,the iconic Mughal monument from its list of key attractions. will broker peace between Baahubali,Bhallaladeva Earlier Ajay Devgn who was shooting for his next film Baadshaho had to leave the shoot in middle and rush to Mumbai to see his mother Veena Ajay’s mother was diagnosed with a chest congestion a week ago According to Mumbai Mirror water had accumulated in her lungs and she had to be rushed to a Santa Cruz hospital on Saturday where she is currently recuperating in the ICU and is said to be showing a good progress For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Updated: June 8 2017 2:56 am A bar owner said the government should discuss the matter with them before enacting any such law (Source: Kevin DSouza) Top News With the state government all set to enact a law to prohibit beer bars wine and liquor shops and permit rooms from using the names of deities national or state figures and historic forts bar owners claim that they have been functioning with such names for decades and changing them would hamper business While the matter came to light in March in the Legislative Council after a calling attention motion was raised by MLC Amarsinh Pandit and others the state departments of labour and state excise appointed a 16-member committee on Saturday aiming to amend the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Act 1948 Headed by the labour minister the committee will submit a report to the state within a month after which a law will be enacted A senior official of the state labour department said “The sixteen-member committee has been appointed to suggest amendments to the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Act 1948 It will now be equipped with a provision wherein the names of gods deities national figures and monuments like forts will be prohibited for bars permit rooms liquor shops etc Any attempt to ignore this regulation will result in cancellation of licence” The official added “Once the report comes out the government will also seek the opinion of the state law and judiciary department before drafting the proposed law” Former president of the Bar Owners Association Manjit Singh Sethi said “I agree with the point that bars liquor shops and permit rooms should not have names attached to any religion god deities But what’s the issue with bars named after national figures and historical monuments Besides this is the same government that named a railway station Ram Mandir not even Ram Mandir road A bar situated around this station will always say so and so bar near Ram Mandir Ironically this government has a problem with bars and liquor shops named after deities Why are they allowing such establishments to mushroom around temples and pilgrim areas The best example is Shirdi So many liquor shops have come up What is the government doing about that” The Association of Hotel And Restaurants (AHAR) too feels that the law would have a negative impact on their business but has decided to wait for an official notification from the government Santosh Shetty General Secretary of AHAR said “We will wait for the committee to frame the rules and then decide our move Currently we have received no correspondence from the government pertaining to this We also need to understand that the law would include hotels and restaurants serving liquor We are meeting to discuss GST tomorrow we would also discuss this matter Besides changing the names does not just mean changing the board and banner of bars and restaurants but involves a lengthy process of changing the title It would be appropriate to comment on the matter at this stage” Owners of such establishments are planning to write to the state government calling it “unnecessary moral policing” A bar owner who did not wish to be named said “This bar was started by my father and named after my grandfather As the name also has the name of a goddess I will have to change it now We have been running this bar for the past 25 years and it has become a brand Changing it will have a negative impact on our brand name” Another bar owner from Andheri Sadashiv Shetty said “These bars are our source of income and we name them after our deities as a goodwill We have no intention of insulting the gods Besides the state government should also discuss this matter with us before enacting any such law” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIt seems that the ghosts of demonetisation have failed to terrorise voters of Uttar Pradesh in the ongoing Assembly elections in the state turning the electoral tide in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The results of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) election in Mumbai also point towards this shift proving that the grassroots voters in the country – perceived to be the biggest victim of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s note ban – have trashed the opposition’s claims that demonetisation has jeopardised the country’s economy and public life At the same time political parties opposing BJP have failed to capitalise on the ‘demon’ that emerged out of demonetisation Except for using ‘note ban and its ill-effects’ as a narrative in public rallies opposition parties couldn’t build up on the issue which seemed to have lost relevance amongst the common voters in Uttar Pradesh Barring a few the majority were not interested in discussing the demerits of the note ban Representational image PTI In the 53 Assembly seats including 19 in Bundelkhand where the fourth phase of polling took place on Thursday if there was no clear Modi wave or Samajwadi Party (SP) Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) predominance; then there wasn’t an anti-demonetisation wave either Everything boiled down to caste factor alone The picture is similar in other parts of the stateas well Only political leaders are desperately trying to push the note ban issue in public rallies with hackneyed statements – be it Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi or BSP supremo Mayawati The rhetoric more or less revolves around these few statements: “Modiji ne sabko line mein laga diya(Modiji made everyone stand in a queue)" “Pradhan Mantri ji ne gareebon ko kisano ko unke khud ke paison ke liye ghanto bank ki line mein khada kar diya(Prime Minister made the poor the farmers stand in bank queues for hours to get their own money)" “Note badalne ke chakkar mein line mein khade khade kai logon ki maut ho gayi(Many people died while standing in queue to get their currency notes exchanged)" This disparity between the leaders’ agenda and the public response raises a few pertinent questions: What was the impact of demonetisation at the grassroots level “The effect of the note ban among farmers and labourers was not much It was the rich with lots of unaccounted cash in hand who faced the wrath of demonetisation They used labourers to get their banned currency notes deposited in banks or get themexchanged During the ongoing election nobody is bothered about the note ban issue and it’s the political parties who are using the rhetoric to prevent voters from voting for the BJP"Jhansi-based journalist Santosh Pathak remarked "The poor man who was not affected by the note ban is however angry at the fact that the rich people and the politicians successfully got their unaccounted money exchanged by circumventing the rules imposed after demonetisation” “The general public is well aware of the facts During the last four phases of polling we have seen that every issue boiled down to religion castes and sub-castes” Pathak said Jawahar Lal Rajpoot a farmer-activist contesting from Jarotha as a BJP candidate said “Initially there were some difficulties but they got over in about two weeks The fact is that small farmers hardly have any cash onthem so it’s not them but those with black money who faced problems Black money hoarders including many politicians created this myth of the suffering farmer” Why note ban failed to become a major poll issue Contrary to popular belief and perception that poor people labourers and farmers had to stand in long queues in front of banks for hours to deposit their banned currency notes or get them exchanged the ground report reveals otherwise Firstpost spoke to a large section of people across Uttar Pradesh to know why the SP-Congress alliance and BSP had failed in using the note ban as ammunition against the BJP “Public sab jaanti hai aur yeh neta unhe bewakoof na samjhe (Public knows everything and these leaders shouldn’t take them for granted) Despite RBI circular to help farmers the local banks especially Allahabad-UP Gramin Bank failed to provide cash to farmers It’s because these bank branches ensured to disburse large sum of cash to rich and powerful people of the area and not to farmers Everyone has understood that demonetisation move was not bad but it was the functioning of bank branches that gave the move a bad name” quipped Brahmadutt Pandey a farmer from Atharra in Banda district of Bundelkhand “The local banks should be taken to task for improper implementation of RBI orders But on the other hand the local banks situated in villages and tehsils can’t do much as they have to listen to local MLAs and political heavyweights These people withdrew new banknotes in large amounts and the poor failed to get any money” Amrendra Sinha of Kanpur said If farmers and labourers had suffered due to note ban why are they unmoved by the issue “Immediately after the note ban was announced the local market where daily wagers gather in the morning was almost empty for nearly a month The daily wagers were hired by builders and many politicians to stand in bank queues to exchange old notes for them They were paid Rs 500 per day and at some places 5-10 percent was paid as commission for the job So the queue that these SP BSP and Congress leaders are referring to actually belonged to these rich and mighty Even the SP MLA from Jarotha Deep Narayan Singh Yadav got labourers from adjoining districts and provided food and shelter to them for almost a month so that they could stand in queue on his behalf” alleged Sachin Chaturvedi an entrepreneur from Jhansi An Allahabad-based jeweller on conditions of anonymity said “If the note ban has really impacted anyone it’s these politicians That evening when the prime minister announced it thesepoliticians rushed to thejewellers with huge sums of cash and bought gold in large quantities And now these politicians are claiming that the poor and the farmers were worst hit by the move They can’t fool voters anymore by creating a false perception” Chaturvedi said With four out of seven phases of polling already over without any visible impact of demonetisation it’s unlikely that the ‘demon’ of 8 November 2016 will have any impact on the remaining three phases as well Washington: Pakistan’s foreign minister Khawaja Asif on Thursday warned India against carrying out a surgical strike or targeting its nuclear installations saying if that happens nobody should expect restraint from his country Referring to the statement of India’s Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa that the Indian armed forces are ready for a full spectrum operation Asif said Pakistan wants to live in peace and harmony with its neighbours File image of Khawaja Asif AFP But if India carries out any surgical strike in Pakistan or strikes at its nuclear installations "nobody should expect restraint from us" he warned Speaking at the US Institute of Peace a Washington-based think-tank Asif said the "relationship with India is at the lowest ebb at the moment" Responding to a question on India he said "sadly India did not respond" to Pakistani efforts to improve relationship "What is going on in Kashmir is the biggest roadblock to normalisation to talks" Asif said The Pakistani foreign minister asked the US not to treat his country as a "whipping boy" and said Washington has already lost the war in Afghanistan and is only trying to salvage the situation in the war-torn nation Asif who is here as part of efforts to rebuild bilateral ties frayed after President Donald Trump accused Pakistan of sheltering terror groups said his meetings with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and National Security Advisor HR McMaster were good "Was not bad" Asif quipped giving a sense of his talks with the top leadership of the Trump administration which has been seeking accountability from Islamabad in the war against terrorism including continued presence of terror safe havens in Pakistan Asif in a way acknowledged that the madrasas were training ground for terrorists "These madrasas were nurseries for American jihad in Afghanistan People who took those decisions will burn to hell We are actually living in hell because of that decision" he said adding that Pakistan is paying the price of such a decision "The meeting went well with Tillerson and McMaster (meeting) was good (It) was not bad" Asif said noting that the two countries need to pursue contacts with each other He favoured adopting an approach of talks and exchange of views more vigorously The US he said is focusing solely on safe haven allegations or blaming Pakistan for what they have not achieved in Afghanistan "There are many more dimension of what is going on in Afghanistan" he said "A corrupt government in Kabul increasing narcotics trade the Afghan Army selling arms to the Taliban losing terrorist and bringing Daesh (ISIS) to Afghanistan" he said "Let’s see this conflict in its entirety in totality Do not treat Pakistan like a whipping boy That’s not acceptable We want to cooperate with the US We are the direct beneficiary of peace and stability in Afghanistan" he said Standing by his remarks on some of the terrorist groups and terrorist leaders at the Asia Society in New York last week Asif said they are a liability "We will find ways and means to wrapping up this business This is a liability (but) this cannot be wrapped up overnight" he said Responding to a question Asif said there are problems in US-Pakistan ties "We do have problems with the US We have deficit of trust We are trying to mend those deficits" he said Pakistan he said sees more role for Russia and China in the region Relationship with Russia has improved in recent years "We need and have proposed any peace solution in Afghanistan should be backed by regional powers which includes the Russian federation" he said in response to a question "Madrassas whether we accept or agree with them or not are the biggest NGO in Pakistan.There are over 20000 madrasas Out of these huge number a very low number of them are infected Possibly they number around 300-400 The government is managing these madrasas" he said Written by PTI | London | Published: October 26 2013 1:21 pm Related News Scientists have created a new bio-therapeutic molecule that could be used to treat neurological disorders such as chronic pain and epilepsy Scientists from 11 research institutesincluding Dr Enrico Ferrari from the University of LincolnUKcreated and characterised a new molecule that was able to alleviate hypersensitivity to inflammatory pain By separating elements of clostridium botulinum and clostridium tetani neurotoxinscommonly known as Botox and tetanus toxin respectivelythe scientists were able to develop a model to re-join the molecule proteins yielding new biomedical propertieswithout unwanted toxic effects While the Botox element is able to block neuronal communication – and therefore pain signals – for monthsthe tetanus component targets the engineered toxin to the central nervous systemrather than stopping at exterior neurons that are the normal target of Botox The combination of the two effects is of great interest for neuroscience and can be applied to the treatment of several neurological disordersparticularly chronic pain conditions Botox and tetanus neurotoxins hold great promise for clinical applicationsbut since they are the most lethal proteins known to mantheir paralytic activity was a stumbling block until nowresearchers said “The toxins were split into parts so they were unable to function Then later they were reassembled using a ‘zipping’ system so they can operate in a safe way” said Ferrarione of the lead authors of the study “The re-engineered chimera toxin has very similar characteristics to Botox and is still able to block neurotransmission releasebut the paralytic effect is a lot less We then added a tetanus molecule which targets the chimera to where the pain signals travel towards the central nervous system” he said Preliminary data on animal models has now been collated at University College London and future clinical trials are expected to fully characterise the new bio-therapeutic “Many painkillers relieve the pain temporarily and have various side effects The selling point of this molecule is that the pain relief could last up to seven monthsin a similar way that Botox injections for removing wrinkles last for several months” Ferrari said The study was published in the scientific journal Bioconjugate Chemistry For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 13 2016 1:40 am Top News A DAY after a 65-year-old share trader was found murdered at his residence in Kandivali West the police are still to make any arrest in the case The victim Devendra Jayantilal Doshi lived alone in his 2-BHK flat on the fourth floor of Pratik Apartment in Kandivali West and was found on Sunday evening with his throat slit “We received a call from the victim’s neighbours around 830 pm on Sunday We found his body lying on the floor in his bedroom His throat was slit and he also had injuries on his head” said police sub-inspector Bhushan Janardan Thoke According to the police the victim had separated from his wife and had been living alone His children had been calling him and had asked the neighbours to check on him when their calls went unanswered The victim’s family lives in Mira Road Police suspect the incident to have occurred Saturday and are waiting for the postmortem report for confirmation of the time of death Police have questioned the victim’s family and neighbours Watch What Else is Making News “We have formed four teams and are investigating all angles” the officer said Police are also investigating the possibility of a family dispute and have recorded statements of the victim’s two sons Police have collected CCTV footage from the area The apartment has a single private CCTV camera belonging to a resident on the third floor The camera near the staircase would have captured anyone going up to the fourth floor to the victim’s house Police have obtained the footage and are combing through it “We came to know about the incident on Sunday night around 9 pm Police came to take the CCTV footage from our neighbours I have been living here for three years so I didn’t know the victim well He was living alone and used to work from home” said Shilpa Modi a neighbour The victim had been living at his residence for 20 years He also had his office at his residence and used to conduct his business from home “Only 5-6 families live in the building People keep to themselves here But he seemed like a nice man” said another neighbour who did not wish to named Kandivali police have registered a case under sections 302 (murder) and 452 (house trespass after preparation for hurt assault or wrongful restraint) of the Indian Penal Code For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Jamnagar | Updated: November 7 2016 10:39 am Ravindra Jadeja is the latest world-class left-arm spinner to come out from Saurashtra (Source: AP/File) Top News A couple of days before Ravindra Jadeja’s first home Test match we travel to Jamnagar to find the answer to an intriguing question: How does Saurashtra produce so many world class left-arm spinners It’s a long list: Vinoo Mankad Salim Durani Dilip Doshi Jadeja himself and even Karsan Ghavri who would switch to spin when the ball would get old It’s too much of a coincidence that they all grew up in cities – Rajkot and Jamnagar – that are about 100 kms apart Board a sparkling white video coach that’s screening Pink It’s an apt movie for the day’s assignment By the time you reach Jamnagar India’s greatest left-arm spinner Bishan Bedi’s son Angad a mediocre left-arm orthodox turned fine actor has been nailed by that left-handed cinema thespian playing an aging lawyer At the last stop the near-empty bus takes a long time to get fully empty Passengers drag their feet in the aisle since the credits haven’t started to roll In Jamnagar you wonder how to start the search Actually it’s easy “Vinoobhai’s statue” you tell the auto-driver He doesn’t need further instruction Jamnagar knows its cricket and remembers its cricketers They need to after all this is Ranji country Cricketers being royalties it isn’t a cliché or a metaphor around here It is history it is reality The man who lives at The Palace presently revered Jam Saheb for locals was a mean offie during his playing days It’s such a short auto ride that you feel cheated while paying Rs 30 Vinoo Mankad’s statue in Jamnagar Not after you have seen Vinoo Mankad’s life-size figure that stands at the city centre’s busy intersection He was an exemplary all-rounder some say India’s best He single-handedly helped India win its first Test against England He is well-built his statue well-maintained Old style loose pant with pleats massive leather boots flannel shirt folded well above the elbow Cricketers of that era looked so different from this lycra-made body-hugging T-shirt wearing generation It looks like the sculptor had banked on a stationary Mankad frame for his creation Motion photography was a later day discovery His left-arm high above his head Mankad is posing his approach to the crease The artist is true to details India’s all-time best all-rounder has his long fingers around ball in copy-book style all set to let the ball rip from leg to off The index and middle fingers perfectly in place it could have been Jadeja’s hand You partly get the answer in Jamnagar every budding spinner is repeatedly reminded – every time he passes the city centre – how to grip the ball how ‘the best’ used to grip the ball Mankad’s back is to a heritage cricket stadium locals call it Cricket Bungalow Officially it is called the Ajit Sinh Pavilion It came up in 1908 Yes cricket and Jamnagar go back a long way Around here they are very serious about festivals Diwali vacation is still on Cricket Bungalow is a noisy place Kids in training uniform mostly pre-teens and under 4 feet are running around Next to an old building inside the cricket complex is a neem tree under which sit a group of men The relaxed postures of the man makes it obvious that this is their adda in Saurashtra it’s called a ‘baithak’ One of them has light eyes and jet black hair He is Mahendrasinh Chauhan Ravindra Jadeja’s coach You know from your previous meeting that Chauhan is a temperamental man who takes time to warm up He isn’t keen to talk about old Jadeja tales “How many times I have to repeat those” he mutters You laugh he joins ice-breaks After some small talk about weather he remembers something his eyes light up He asks a question that doesn’t really needs to be answered It’s just floated for effect “Do you want to meet the next Ravindra Jadeja” he asks before shouts to a group of boys “Mitthu ne bolao (Call Mitthu)” In walks a 4-year-old with angelic face and innocent eyes He is the son a factory daily wager Mitthu can run 25 laps and bowl exactly like Jadeja says the coach Chauhan is keen to make him run 25 laps “No way” you reply while sipping cold mineral water and the shady tree providing the shield from the scorching sun However you are keen to watch him bowl He is Jadeja II his Mini Me Mitthu grips the ball just like Jadeja and Vinoobhai Like Jadeja’s he gives it all but you still wonder how he gets the power to make the ball travel 22 yards and even spin it Chauhan says Mitthu has grown around the Cricket Bungalow “You may find it strange but we have even given him toilet training He was 3 when he followed his brother here” he says Ask him the reason for spate of left-arm spinners from the region and he talks about sanjog (coincidence) and later jokes “Saurashtra main ulta jyada chalta hai (Here left is right)” He goes on to add that once he spots a left-armer he ensures that he gives special attention to them since they are always an asset to the team That’s more the answer one is looking for A few hours later you find out that at times even right-handers get turned into lefties Sitting in the charming company of Jamnagar’s King of Hearts Salim Durani you hear about how he turned into a left-arm spinner “I could bowl with both my hands Once Vinoobhai saw me and he told my father that I should stick to the left hand” he says Vinoobhai’s word isn’t taken lightly in Jamnagar Durrani just 9 at that point had his right hand tied behind his back with a muffler while bowling “My father would make me bowl from a stationary position With the right hand tied I had to bowl with my left hand That really made my left-hand more powerful” he says By now it’s evening Hearing tales of Vinoobhai Durani Jadeja and watching Mitthu has been enriching make it entertaining There were no definite answers but at least an insight into region’s left-arm phenomenon During the long wait for the bus back to Rajkot you think about Jamnagar’s love for its heroes and its habit of wrapping myths around them Finally a luxury bus stops the very talkative conductor lets you in with a promise of providing you his seat next to the driver The conductor looks up to the driver he is hero “He is from Nepal He can take you to Ahmedabad in three and half hours” he boasts He fishes out his phones and shows the driver’s whatsapp status “Cheetah ki daud cheel ki nazar aur Kancha ki driving pe kabhi shak nahi karna” Kancha takes you to Rajkot in an hour They don’t over hype their heroes in Jamnagar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 13 2012 1:18 am Top News Prospectus will be available from June 16 For admission to Post Graduate Government College (PGGC)Sector 11the prospectus-cum-admission forms will be available from June 16 The prospectus will cost Rs 80and each prospectus will carry two formsallowing students to apply in any of the other three government collegessimultaneously The college offers a number of undergraduate and post graduate courses Among these BABComBSc (non-med) and BSc (med) offer large number of seats Postgraduate courses include MPEdMSc (IT)MSc (CHM)MA (Punjabi)MA (History) and MA (English) In BAthe subjects offered include EconomicsFunctional EnglishDefence StudiesGeographyHistoryPublic AdministrationSociologyPhysical Education and Hindi Elective BCom is another popular course offered by the college The forms for the course will be available online from June 14 Office Management is available as an add-on course only for girls The seats for MSc (Chemistry) have been increased from 25 to 30 for this academic year The last date to submit forms for all coursesexcept BAis June 30 Admissions will be conducted from July The late admissions with Rs 500 as late admission fee will take place between July 27 and August 8 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 19 2012 12:41 am Related News Special Judge Swapna Joshi of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court rejected on Thursday a bail application of Pune stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khanan alleged money launderer and top tax evader This is the second time the court has denied him bail in the past year-and-a-half Khan argued that there was no substance in the Enforcement Directorate (ED) claim that he made a fortune by selling antique jewellery belonging to the Nizam family of Hyderabad He said he had come to know through an RTI plea to Hyderabad Police that there was no theft in the Nizam family between 2002 and 2006the time police claimed a theft occurred Howeversources in ED claimed the RTI reply only said investigation was under way and a chargesheet in the case was still to be filed Khans lawyer argued ED had no proof to establish his client was involved in the billion-dollar transactions mentioned in the charegesheet The ED chargesheet includes only two allegations $700000 parked in CitibankNew Yorkand $930000000 in SBC BankSingapore Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam had said during arguments a supplementary chargesheet was awaited Khanaccused of stashing away billions of dollars in foreign banks with the help of Kashinath Tapuriahhas been behind bars since his arrest in March last year He also faces a near-Rs 70000 crore income-tax noticebesides a fake passport case in Mumbai and Bihar Azad Maidan riot: One more arrested The Mumbai Police Crime Branch on Thursday made a fresh arrest in the Azad Maidan riot case The accused has been identified as Mohsin Aslam Kashmiria resident of K D Heights building at Kathewadi Chowk in Malad (East) According to the policeKashmiri works as a junior artiste in movies Officers said he was arrested after being identified from photographs taken during the violence that erupted during a protest at the grounds on August 11 This takes the number of people arrested in the case to 61 Howeverthe Crime Branch has discharged five accused for lack of evidence For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: After Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions on Friday here are five players who have played pivotal roles in their title success: David Luiz The news that Chelsea had agreed to pay 30 million to re-sign David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain who had paid 50 million to sign him in June 2014 was met with mockery by English football fans In his previous stint at Chelsea Luiz’s penchant for hazardous sorties from centre-back had seen him branded a liability and there was puzzlement when he was brought back to Stamford Bridge But the Brazil international has proved to be an extremely shrewd acquisition by Antonio Conte slotting neatly into the centre of Chelsea’s back three and spreading reassurance with his aggressiveness in the duel and calmness on the ball "His decision-making has been far better in terms of not being as rash" said former Manchester United defender Gary Neville "I have to say he looks more mature He’s not getting distracted by the sideshow stuff on the pitch like he did before" Victor Moses Moses barely made a mark during his first four years as a Chelsea player after being signed from Wigan Athletic in 2012 and was successively loaned out to Liverpool Stoke City and West Ham United But the Nigeria winger has been one of the chief beneficiaries of Conte’s 3-4-2-1 system adopted during September’s 3-0 defeat at Arsenal Though a winger by trade Moses has adapted enthusiastically to life as a wing-back and his flying raids down the right flank have become a key component of Chelsea’s counter-attacking strategy N’Golo Kante Leicester City succeeded in keeping Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez at the King Power Stadium following last season’s fairytale title win but they lost perhaps their most precious jewel when Kante left for Chelsea in a 32 million deal The unassuming France international picked up where he had left off at Leicester suffocating opposition midfield with his relentless activity and an uncanny knack for recovering possession He has been voted Player of the Year by both the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) and the Football Writers’ Association (FWA) "It’s amazing to see him play" said former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba "You look at him and it’s like he hasn’t run at all during the game because he’s never tired" Eden Hazard The star of Chelsea’s previous title success in 2014-15 Hazard underwent an inexplicable slump last season scoring just four Premier League goals as Chelsea limped to a dismal 10th-place finish But the Belgian winger has been back to his brilliant best this season Given extra liberty by Conte Hazard has been free to sew panic in Premier League defences with his devilish dribbling and incisive passing His 15-goal tally is his best in a league campaign since he joined Chelsea from Lille in 2012 and includes a stunning solo goal in a 3-1 win against Arsenal that saw him leave three players in his wake He finished runner-up behind Kante in the voting for both the PFA and FWA awards "He is a great player a great talent" said Conte "And he must understand that he is a great player and never forget this" Diego Costa Like Hazard Costa experienced a mystifying dip in form under Jose Mourinho last season and often seemed more interested in seeking trouble with opposition defenders than finding the back of the net This season has been far from straightforward amid persistent links with a move to the Chinese Super League and he was briefly dropped in January after a blazing row with a fitness coach But the Brazil-born Spain international has managed to keep his eye on the ball nevertheless giving Conte a rugged attacking spearhead and scoring 20 league goals for only the third time in his career London: Ben Stokes chose Valentine’s Day to send a message to England fans vowing to make them fall in love with the Test side again Alastair Cook’s five-year reign as England captain came to an end with the opener’s resignation last week Joe Root 26 was named as Cook’s successor on Monday with fellow young gun Stokes his vice-captain Ben Stokes was promoted to the role of Test vice-captain while Joe Root was appointed skipper Reuters Talented Yorkshire batsman Root and dynamic all-rounder Stokes are both renowned for their positive play with the Durham star keen that England champion a more aggressive brand of cricket than was sometimes the case in the more ‘by the book’ reign of Cook "We need people to fall in love with it again" said Stokes ahead of Root’s first press conference as England captain on Wednesday "We need to win but we want to perform in a manner that makes people want to come and watch us "Every team goes through transition but I hope we can be influential in taking the team forward Cooky started us on that path Rooty was part of that as vice-captain and now we can carry that on "We have the same direction of where we want to take the team" Stokes 25 was one of several players interviewed by England team chief Andrew Strauss himself a former Test skipper although Root was the obvious choice to succeed Cook after serving as his vice-captain "I’ve always believed that Rooty was going to be captain" said Stokes "He’s the right person and the best person to do it He’s a colleague but also a close mate.I couldn’t be more pleased for him "The biggest thing is having respect of the people you are in charge of He has that and respect goes a long way" he added As for his own promotion Stokes said: "Getting the news that I would be his vice-captain made me ecstatic "It’s a real honour it’s England vice-captain it’s supporting Rooty but it’s also the recognition from him and the people at the top of the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) "Everything I do is to win and being vice-captain won’t change me as a person or as a player" insisted the fiery Stokes "I want to be involved in all aspects of the game whether it’s hitting the winning runs or taking the final wicket "Being vice-captain I will have to bring a mental and supportive side too If I am not involved in the game then I will have to add my tactical input"

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