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It’s too early to talk about it. they are at various stages” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon United Kingdom:Manager Arsene Wenger has urged fans to look at Arsenal's season "in perspective" ahead of a planned protest by supporters' groups during Saturday's Premier League match at home to Norwich City Black Scarf Movement RedAction and the Arsenal Supporters Trust want Gunners fans present at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday to show placards saying: "Time for change Arsenal is stale fresh approach needed" Last week's goalless draw with Sunderland ended Arsenal's title hopes It is now 12 years since they were last crowned champions of England and the patience of many Gunners fans has snapped in a season where unheralded Leicester City are on the brink of taking the title Meanwhile Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal's bitter north London rivals are second -- and all this with Wenger's men failing to take advantage of the lapses in form suffered by usual contenders Chelsea Manchester City and Manchester United Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger AP But Wenger Arsenal's manager since 1996 has suggested fans are being "manipulated" by external critics and that supporters need to look at the club's "evolution" since they moved from Highbury to the nearby Emirates "We have to put things a little bit into perspective and see how the club's evolution has gone over the years" Wenger said on Friday "It was not always easy The quality of the work we've done at the club has got us into a strong position where expectations are very high but we are frustrated when we don't get what we want "When you build a stadium we had five to seven difficult financial years where we had to pay back -- we had (to qualify) for the Champions League three years out of five and have an average (gate) of 54000 people (to finance the new stadium) We didn't know we would be capable of that" the 66-year-old Frenchman added "We had to sell our best players every year to survive but we didn't do three years out of five in the Champions League We did five out of five But during that time it was very difficult" Former Tottenham midfielder turned Sky television pundit Jamie Redknapp said Wenger had "brainwashed" Arsenal fans into thinking fourth place and qualification for the Champions League was "good enough" But Wenger responded Friday by saying: "The best chance (Arsenal supporters) can give our team is to be behind our team "Some groups of people try to manipulate our fans and I believe apart from an agenda a personal agenda a big ego there's not a lot behind it "This team has character and attitude Some people question them I know them well and they have less character than this team have I saw them play and I know them very closely and they shouldn't question this team's character "When a club cannot enjoy anything any more it's in trouble In football you go down very quickly and come up very slowly We have to stick together" By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 4 2015 12:05 am Howrah Bridge in Kolkata on Thursday (Source: Express Photo by Partha Paul) Related News A delegation of Japanese government officials and members of Asian Development Bank and World Bank met state Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim at Writers Buildings in Kolkata on Tuesday to discuss ways to give Howrah a facelift by reviving its sick industries and improving road connectivity and waste management system Howrah Mayor Rathin Chakraborty who also attended the meeting said: “The intention is to help Howrah regain its lost glory as an industrial city Many units are lying shut as these have not been able to keep up with the technological advancement We will help these units with required infrastructure and technological knowhow” In the first phase Japan will reportedly invest Rs 500 crore to revive 15000 medium and small industries in Howrah Upgradation of Serampore water treatment plant constructing a water treatment plant at Ghusure and encouraging water transport are on cards At the meeting beautification of the riverfront between Botanical Garden and Belur were also discussed Share This Article Related Article Further the meeting discussed the overhaul of road infrastructure as Howrah connected Kolkata with several states and was an important part of the proposed Eastern Freight Corridor spread over 1856 km — from Punjab through Haryana Uttar Pradesh Bihar and Jharkhand and ending at Dankuni in Hooghly district “We are mulling extending it to Nazirgunj in Howrah to tackle the problem of traffic congestion” Chakraborty said Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) will conduct a survey about the modalities of the project The report is to be submitted within three months Hiroki Miyajima manager for Development Cooperation Division of Japan’s International Affairs Bureau said: “The Bengal government is very enthusiastic about urban development in Howrah We have met once There will be few more meetings before things are finalised” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Updated: November 23 2015 3:01 pm Related News SENIOR Congress leaders have rejected the idea of forming or being a part of a Grand Alliance in Uttar Pradesh and want the party to contest the Assembly elections in the state in 2017 on its own The senior party leaders from UP who met AICC general secretary Madhusudan Mistry in Delhi Saturday to discuss the strategy for the polls also demanded that a chief ministerial candidate should be named “The rank and file of the party wants Congress to contest the elections on its own” former Union minister R P N Singh said after the deliberations While no such discussion was officially on the agenda in view of party’s performance in the Bihar elections some leaders raised the issue of forming a Grand Alliance in UP However most of the seniors present rejected the idea saying that it will only weaken the party and maintained that the political scenario of the two states cannot be compared “The senior leaders have outrightly rejected the idea of an alliance in UP Most of them were of the view that for party’s revival we should go alone in the state” said Congress state president Nirmal Khatri “Some senior leaders have also come forward to take responsibility and have said that they would start moving in the districts to strengthen the party” he added Besides Khatri more than 20 senior leaders from the state including former Union ministers Salman Khurshid Sriprakash Jaiswal Mohsina Kidwai Jitin Prasada participated in the meeting They wanted the party to draw up an aggressive agitation programme ahead of the Assembly polls and an ambitious action plan to take UP on the fast track Congress has been out of power in the state since 1989 in the wake of the Mandir and Mandal issues that saw it getting increasingly marginalised Some leaders said that projection of a chief ministerial candidate would benefit the party “Leaders were of the view that Congress has failed to project a face in UP for a long time While targeting (SP chief) Mulayam Singhjh Yadav or (BSP supremo) Mayawati party does not have any face to counter them Most leaders thus demanded that this is the time Congress should declare its chief ministerial candidate” said a senior leader who was part of the meeting Mistry dismissed reports about any plans to change the PCC chief Meanwhile Jitin Prasada again put forward his demand to raise the issue of reservation for economically weaker section To this it was discussed that party should make it clear that they are advocating this reservation in addition to the existing reservation structure Some of the senior leaders also demanded that they should be taken into confidence before declaring Assembly seat candidates in their respective regions About 23 senior leaders including former union ministers Salman Khurshid RPN Singh Jitin Prasada Pradeep Jain Aditya; AICC general secretary Madhusudan Mistry state president Nirmal Khatri former state president Rita Bahuguna Joshi AICC secretaries Sanjay Kapoor Raja Ram Pal Naseeb Singh Prakash Joshi etc were part of the meeting While the discussion results would be placed before the party high command it has been decided that senior leaders would meet after three months in the similar manner For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: January 6 2016 5:37 am Prof Venkatraman Ramakrishnan at Panjab University on Tuesday Sahil Walia Top News NOBEL LAUREATE Professor Venkatraman Ramakrishnan who was on a two-day visit to Chandigarh interacted with the faculty resident doctors and PhD students at PGIMER on Tuesday He spoke about ways to facilitate research and solve problems with the mechanism of research application Excerpts from the interaction In India the number of research applications have gone down over the years Why is it so The problem is not (about) the lack of talent the problem is (about) the lack of proper mentors India actually does have a lot of first-rate scientists but only very few world leaders When it comes to research it is very important to realise whether the problem being dealt with is actually leading somewhere A lot of times researchers just end up wasting a lot of time with problems This is where the need for the right mentorship arises We need people with the right judgement and foresight to help other researchers India is very capable of doing first-grade science; we just need to ensure that time is not wasted on secondary research Students should also be encouraged to feel free to approach anyone with their questions A platform for them needs to be there and students should be encouraged not to be afraid of asking for help What according to you are the major challenges faced by India when it comes to science and research The general problem is that many Indian scientists do not nurture scientists under them and as a result do not pass on the knowledge they have acquired This culture is very prevalent in India and this needs to change Researchers must inspire other young scientists as much as possible Students from India go abroad and do extremely well in western universities There is as such no dearth of talent in this country Just the right kind of guidance and resources are needed Infrastructure and resources are the most vital in research and there needs to be an environment that encourages students in the right direction How can the quality of research be improved in India The focus has to be on doing quality first-grade research Researchers should not just work on generating data that is the kind of research that has no impact The focus must be on doing research that helps in better understanding of the subject — that actually is the kind of research that will have an impact and will eventually even help other researchers Ninety-nine per cent of the researchers in the world are already doing experiments but only 1 per cent are focusing on thinking beyond the subject For research students in India there often is not much support from the system and administration More often than not there is a lack of funds to do proper research How can we change that When it comes to research fellowships there is uncertainty because the fellowship is provided only for a specific duration And in a lot of cases research takes longer than the specified duration This problem exists not only in India but across the world For dealing with this the government and institutions need to work together In many universities in the west institutions have reserve funds of their own which they divert to research as and when needed Perhaps institutions can adopt similar methodologies here to facilitate research The education system in India as well as in a majority of countries across the world does not give a lot of focus to science education How can that be reformed The education system needs to change in such a way that we make students cultivate an interest in science from an early age If the students are provided with a good exposure and resources they would not just pursue engineering and management degrees Instead they will end up actually taking interest in science When it comes to science the more experiments are included in the curriculum the more interest is generated among students In textbooks it is all perfect but if experimental science is included at every step the students will themselves recognise the anomalies and errors which will encourage them to raise questions and take more interest At the higher education level perhaps all students should be made to take coursework in general physics chemistry and mathematics before they start with their specific research work Additionally the best way for interested students to understand any subject better is to take up summer projects in laboratories You received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009 for your work on ribosomes Tell us more about how that happened and what kind of dedication and research does it take to win a Nobel Prize The major breakthrough in my life was actually a series of accidents I was a student of physics before I became a structural biologist Physics did not interest me as much and if you really want to do quality research in any field you need to have the right interest and be inspired enough to really go behind an idea Ideas do not always work out and often we get results that we do not expect Great ideas do not necessarily arise out of a well-defined process Sometimes it is just an accident which is why a researcher must be open to changing directions if needed And it is also really important not to waste time on the secondary ideas and invest in the one or two really good ideas one might have For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: October 28 2016 1:39 pm Bigg Boss 10: Manoj Punjabi and Swami Om are the commoner contestants in Bigg Boss house Top News Spice drama and action are the three key elements that define the ongoing season of television reality show Bigg Boss 10 And as the show is approaching its second eviction on Sunday the mood in the house is heating up After winning the second luxury budget task in yesterday’s episode the Indiawale of the show are happy with their hard work Meanwhile Om Swami feels that it is nothing but his prayers and blessings that helped his team win the Laundry task yesterday WATCH VIDEO:Bigg Boss 10 27 October Review: Navin Lokesh Fights During The Immunity Task Returning to their role of Sewaks celebrities once again take up the responsibility of all the household chores But they do not do it without throwing tantrums Bani while cleaning the beds find dirty tissue papers littered around the common bed and accuses Indiawaale of being unhygienic Bani’s accusations don’t sit well with Nitibha And in no time the confrontation turns into an ugly fight Also read |Bigg Boss 10: This is what commoners will earn from theshow In the morning Bigg Boss asks the inmates of the house to nominate the weaklings from their respective teams who should go to the jail for not performing well in the luxury budget task Once again Monalisa and Om Swami find themselves under the scanner of their respective teams But this time both of them do not welcome the decision of their teammates Om Swami thinks that his team is being unfair and is targeting him Furthermore Manveer gets irritated with Swami’s reaction and lashes out at him as he feels he was the only one who didn’t contribute to the task More from the world of Entertainment: After punishing the underperformers it is time to reward the best performers from the winning team Bigg Boss asked the team of commoners to nominate two of their team members who performed the best during the Laundry task and should be awarded immunity Indiawale elects Navin and Lokesh But the race for immunity pits them against each other and they enter into a verbal spat Amidst the tensed atmosphere Manu narrates his heart-rending life story to Om Swami He tells him that how after the death of his father his family was shattered and how he slept on roads without a shelter or food to eat For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 26 2012 12:09 am Related News The Khar police are now going back to a diary maintained by model Viveka Babajeewho committed suicide at her Bandra flat in June 2010to find out if her death was linked to model Simran Sood and Vijay Palande through stock market analyst Gautam Vora Sood and Palande were arrested during the probe into the Arun Tikku and Karan Kakad murders Babajee was allegedly in a relationship with Vora and left behind a note in her diarywhich read; U (you) 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