2013 9:14 am Related News Actor Arjun Rampal, and the car in which accused Paramjeet came, “I’m just staying focused on the 1, but it was just putting rubber over the mesh there, “My brother Mike Porcaro is now at peace. I had a lot more time on MFK prep, The Doddabelavengala police nabbed all four accused persons and seized their SUV. According to police the Naga couple and their friend were rebuked by the group of four youths for allegedly driving dangerously on the roads near Hesarghatta.Sabarkantha and the Bhiloda police (dated September 2009) to provide him protection.

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Some Congressmen are openly talking about sanctionswhich might include restrictions on technology transferslimitations on the operations of Chinese-owned businesses in the US and visa bans on Chinese individuals suspected of involvement in such attacks More outspoken critics of China even hint at counter-attacks against Chinese military and civilian establishments The questions that need to be asked are whether such threats can produce the desired results and whether there may be a better way of managing Chinas cyber threat The answers to these questions areunfortunatelynot very encouraging Sanctions or the threat of sanctions against China over cyber attacks might work if the Chinese government understands that it will suffer unbearable economic or diplomatic consequences and have no way of retaliating against the Americans At the momentthe ideas being floated in the US do not appear to contain measures that could cause howling pain in Beijing In terms of restrictions on technology transfersthe US already has very strict rules on the sale of dual-use technologies to China American companies have also been increasingly careful about transferring technologies to China because of concerns over Chinas rising competitiveness and the problem of intellectual property protection Limiting the operations of Chinese-owned businessesmostly private technology firms (such as the telecom giant Huaweiwhich has research and development facilities across the US)could cause some painbut the victims would be private Chinese firmsnot state-owned entities Visa bans might sound temptingbut it is worth noting that the Chinese government is unlikely to allow these individuals to travel abroadleast of all to the USout of fear that they may spill its secrets Retaliating against Chinese cyber attacksanother tempting ideaneeds to be thought through Are we talking about hacking into Chinese systems and stealing their secretsor are we thinking about causing real damage The former is a proportional response to Chinas cyber attacksbut the latter would constitute a substantial escalation The biggest problem with these proposed sanctions is that China could retaliateplaying tit-for-tat against each type of sanction The consequences of such escalations would be a serious deterioration in US-China relationsnot an outcome sought by either Washington or Beijing The realisation that sanctions may not work has led some to propose negotiating with China for a set of rules governing cyber attacks On the surfacethis appears to be a more reasonable and promising ideabut many obstacles remain The most obvious one is that China firmly believes that the US itself is engaged in similar activities and is in no position to criticise China on this issue For instanceAmericas successful use of the Stuxnet virus against the Iranian nuclear programme would undermine Washingtons argument that China should rein in its cyber activities Another obstacle is the unique nature of cyber attacks these days Hackers can use computers based in a third country to route their attacksthus concealing their fingerprints A technical fix for this problem might be difficult to find This will make verification of compliance almost impossible A final problem is that an effective regime governing cyber attacks will require many technical specifications that could force signatories to reveal crucial secrets about their cyber offensive and defensive capabilities If you think the SALT treaties between the US and the Soviet Union were difficult to negotiate (it took them many years)striking a US-China bargain over cyber security could be almost impossible What this leaves us is a rather pessimistic outlook on the cold war in cyberspace between the US and China Based on the mutual distrust and the temptation to gain critical advantages over a strategic rivalneither side may want to make concessions The only hope we can have is thatlike the Soviets and the Americans in the Cold Warthe Chinese and the Americans will observe at least some minimum rules In this caseone of such rules should be: you may steal trade secretsbut you must never wreck critical infrastructure The writer is a professor of government and non-resident senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the US [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 2 2017 9:31 pm Top News Less than 24 hours after they landed in Kolkata Iraq national team headed to a private club for a gruelling two-hour practice session ahead of the FIFA U-17 World Cup starting October 6 The 21-member Iraqi team who landed at 210 am this morning headed to the club at 3pm to train under the watchful eyes of coach Qahtan Jathir and six support staff in a close door session The team members were seen playing against each other before a drill and the team media officer said it was “very good” and will train again tomorrow The war-ravaged country defeated Iran to become Asian champions last year and qualified for their second U-17 World Cup Making a comeback after their only appearance in UAE in 2013 it will be a test of character for Iraq who are placed in group of death featuring heavyweights Mexico Chile and England They will face Mexico in their Group F World Cup opener at Salt Lake Stadium on October 8 Iraq would hope to better their last place finish in 2013 when they lost all three of their matches against Sweden Mexico and Nigeria the teams that eventually claimed first second and third places in the tournament Iraq emerged victorious in the 2016 AFC U-16 Championship after defeating Iran in the final to become Asian champions for the first time All eyes will be on the 16-year-old Mohammed Dawood who led the turnaround for their historic feat last year He made a welcome breakthrough against Oman in Iraq’s final group-stage match and then notched a brace against Uzbekistan in the quarter-finals and a hat-trick versus Japan in the last-four to 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thinking and society take a negative path… If you are powerful it does not mean you can do anything and that the weaker section would not respond to it” BIRTH PRESCRIPTION IN ITS editorial on January 8 Sahafat says: “The easy constitutional prescription to become popular is to target Muslims The BJP MP from Unnao Sakshi Maharaj is hyperactive in this field He has said that ‘the concept of four wives and 40 children would not work in India And the time has come when Hindu women should produce at least four children so that the Hindu religion can be saved’ Perhaps the objective of this slogan is to nullify the productive outcome of four marriages permitted for Muslims” Shakeel Shamsi editor of Inquilab in his signed column on January 13 writes: “One had thought it was a foolish statement by Sakshi Maharaj But Sadhvi Prachi… has clarified that Sakshi Maharaj’s statement is not in his personal capacity; it is a part of the Sangh Parivar’s agenda… Ever since sanyasis have entered politics the condition of the country has been deteriorating instead of improving… ” MYSTERY BOAT On the mystery surrounding the Pakistani boat on New Year’s Eve Aziz-ul-Hind in its editorial on January 4 says: “It is difficult to determine what the motive was… there was no information about a possible terror element in the intelligence report… Instead the NTRO had tapped the conversation of supposed smugglers on a mobile (with someone) at the Katy seaport near Karachi… neither had Pakistan’s name been mentioned nor had it been stated that the boat carried explosives…” Jadeed Khabar in its editorial on January 6 says: “It has now been found… that there were terrorists in the boat who were planning to do something like the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai Both India and Pakistan should investigate the actual facts behind this incident… Keeping silent… would be the greatest mistake for both countries…” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More 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eight-year-old neighbour in the US state of Tennessee the girl’s grieving mother said Latasha Dyer said her daughter was playing outside when the boy asked to see her puppy Little McKayla said "no" and shortly after was shot in the chest "When we first moved to White Pine the little boy was bullying McKayla" Latasha Dyer told WATE 6 news in a video posted on the station’s website Sunday "He was making fun of her calling her names just being mean to her I had to go the principal about him and he quit for a while and then all of a sudden yesterday he shot her" Representational image Reuters Dyer was overcome with emotion as she spoke to the local television station from the front steps of a home in White Pine Tennessee "I want her back in my arms this is not fair Hold and kiss your babies every night because you’re never promised the next day with them" she said "I hope the little boy learned his lesson because he took my baby’s life —and I can’t get her back" She described her daughter as "a precious little girl she was a mommy’s girl no matter how bad of a mood you were in she could always make you smile" Jefferson County Sheriff Bud McCoig said the boy has been charged with first degree murder A judge ordered him held in a juvenile detention center until the next hearing which was set for October 28 McCoig told AFP "It’s a tragic incident we’ve had that an 11-year-old would take an eight-year-old’s life" he said in a telephone interview The small town near Knoxville is reeling but the local school and churches have stepped up to help people come to grips with the "shocking instance" he said The boy was inside his home when he shot the girl with his father’s 12-gauge shotgun at about 730 pm Saturday McCoig said The gun was legally owned "The two were neighbours and in this neighbourhood all the children would play together and knew each other and all attended school together" he said at a press conference McCoig declined to release any further details explaining that five other children live in the boy’s home and two other children live in the girl’s home and "we’re trying to protect them as much as they’ve been hurt by this tragedy" "Our prayers are with the families that are involved in the tragic incident" Puppy guards memorial Neighbour Chasity Arwood was watching football when she heard a shot ring out and was horrified to see the little girl bleeding to death in the grass "That weapon should have been under lock and key or at least out of hand’s reach" Arwood told WBIR news "Trying to comfort her mama and her aunt and her grandma and her grandpa and her sister and her brother: It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done" Neighbours who were caring for the family’s puppies said they seemed to be looking for the girl One could be seen laying morosely next to a makeshift memorial of balloons flowers and stuffed animals on the steps of the family’s mobile home AFP New Delhi: Amid reports Prakash Karat terming Modi government as "authoritarian" and not "fascist" as described by some Left leaders CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury said on Thursday that situation in India was not "fascist" of a variety as seen in Germany in 1930s but claimed it can be so "if allowed to grow" Yechury during a talk on "Is the Left in India Dying" pitched for curbing the situation from becoming "fascist" allegedly under the NDA government "for the sake of India" Listing a range of issues grappling India the CPI(M) General Secretary said present situation in the country is such that Lefthas become "more relevant" and is "crucial" for the country’s future "The issue (of authoritarian or fascist nature of government) has been settled within party As far as fascism is concerned we are clear.what we have today in India is not fascism of a variety which was seen in Germany in 1930s A file photo of Yechury Reuters "But if the situation is allowed to progress (in India) it can lead up to that The point is to stop that for the sake of India" he said Karat who is seen within CPI(M) as opposed to idea of having an alliance with Congress as against Yechury who is perceived as open to such understanding had made the remark in an article in an English daily recently Replying to a question on CPI(M)’s alliance with Congress (during West Bengal polls) Yechury said "It is not a question of alliances What we are saying is there should be unity of forces which on Thursdayare ready to preserve the secular democratic Constitutional values of our country" He further said that the relevance of Left should not be measured "only by its electoral presence" as he sought to underscore it’s role amid challenges faced by the country He claimed the country’s economy was in bad shape with index of industrial production plunging and agrarian crisis deepening Yechury noted farmers committed suicides mainly because they are unable to clear debts at a time "when lakhs of crore rupee loans taken by Indian corporate" is waived off He also stated that "relentless" rise in inflation has put "greater" burden on people He noted that current unrest in Kashmir as "threat" to country’s unity while expressed concerns over the government "virtually suspending" talks with Pakistan The leader also attacked Modi government’s foreign policy towards US contended New Delhi deciding to sign Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement with Washington makes India it’s "junior" partner while it will strain ties with neighbour China The agreement therefore Yechury said is not in the interest of India "To put it in a nutshell the situation before the country is such that the relevance of the Left is increasing and it will increase further "So it is far from dying The Left is crucial for the future of India.to make it better" he added New Delhi: Tibetan emigres Sunday staged a protest in Delhi against Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to India Representational image Reuters With banners that read "Prime Minister Modi speak for Tibet" Tibetans raised slogans and staged a protest at Majnu ka Tilla by the bank of the Yamuna river – an area inhabited by Tibetan refugees – in the national capital "We are protesting against the visit of the Chinese minister Chinese leaders coming to India is not at all right for us" said Kartan Naam one of the protestors The demonstrators also burnt the Chinese flag Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will meet External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for bilateral talks IANS 2017 5:55 pm Anas Rashid has announced his wedding date.s adventure moves in the landscape of the interior,of absence is what le Carre understands so superbly.political leaders and BMC ward officers have not bothered to visit my wife.

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