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state has rewarded them with what they had asked for is a game that these people (Congress) are playing” he said adding “Perhaps this is not going to be very favourable to Congress” Ramaswamy said the Congress thinks they can challenge the leadership of former chief minister Yeddyurappa with this move “But we don’t know how this will play out” he concluded For many years now the Lingayats have backed BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa a Lingayat himself who was the state’s first BJP chief minister and is now the party president while Karnataka gears up for polls in May Reacting to the development Rambhapuri Mutt pontiff Someshwara Mahaswami denounced state government’s move as a “huge mistake” saying that Veerashaivas and Lingayats were the same “This is wrong Veerashaivism came first and Basavanna came later He did not establish the religion This is a diabolical plan by the state government which people will not accept The chief minister has not taken the right decision Veerashaivism has guru parampare (tradition of spiritual masters) while Basavanna is only a social reformer” the seer said He went on to say that it is very difficult to differentiate Hinduism from Veerashaiva-Lingayats “The Centre will not give in to this kind of chauvinism The state government is breaking us with its politics It is not easy to differentiate this religion from Hinduism” he stressed But cabinet minister Kulkarni begged to differ: “If people do not agree with Basavanna how can they be called Lingayats” he questioned referring to Veerashaivas There are enough hints that the issue would snowball into a major controversy as a special sabha called by the community leaders — known as Panchapeeta or the five seats of power — denounced the state’s stand Anil Lulla is a Bengaluru-based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters With inputs from Prabhu Mallikarjunan London:Antonio Conte has paid his respects to Chelsea great Ray Wilkins following his death earlier this week urging his players to "make a great memory" against West Ham on Sunday The Blues boss spoke passionately about the club’s former captain who died aged 61 on Wednesday following a cardiac arrest The Premier League announced that all matches this weekend will be preceded by a moment’s applause in memory of the ex-England international whose other clubs included Manchester United AC Milan and QPR File image of Antonio Conte AP Chelsea will make their own tribute to a man who worked as an assistant manager and coach with the Blues with memories in the match-day programme a book of condolence and a picture montage all planned ahead of Sunday’s match "It was tragic news for us" Conte told reporters on Friday "We are talking about a really good person I was lucky to know him and speak with him many times He was a legend for this club an ambassador for football "We are very sad because it is very difficult to accept this news We want to pass on to the family our deepest condolences and I think this is a big loss" While the game against the Hammers is expected to be an emotional afternoon Conte wants the fixture itself to be treated differently from the pre-match tributes "I think on Sunday we must be ready to make a great memory to Ray" he said "I think that this will be very important then there is the game But I see two different situations and it is not right to mix the situations We must have great respect for the tragedy and think to play football to give the best during the game" Chelsea lost 3-1 to Tottenham at Stamford Bridge last weekend to fall eight points behind Spurs in the race for a top-four spot and Champions League football next season Conte admits it will be tough for the reigning Premier League champions to close that gap with just seven games remaining but the Italian still wants to see his players battling until the end "It won’t be easy we have to be realistic but at the same time we have to give all of ourselves" said Conte "We must show pride desire will to fight until the end of the season — this must be our target now" With the fun and games that were essentially the Premier Badminton League (PBL) masala matches coming to an end the world’s shuttlers have hunkered down to serious business with a couple of ‘Masters’ (Level Three in the new dispensation) tournaments taking place in South-east Asia hard on the backs of each other There was token Indian representation in the Malaysia Masters that took place in Kuala Lumpur last week and the Indonesia Masters that kicks off in Jakarta from 23 January will also witness the participation of aunderstrength Indian contingent that is scheduled to exhibit its wares at the refurbished and renovated Istora Senayan in the heart of the Indonesian capital File images of PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal Reuters It would appear that several Indian topnotchers including Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy have taken longer than a week off at the conclusion of the breathless 23-day PBL 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strokes to pip Japan’s World No 2 Akane Yamaguchi at the semi-final stage at 21-15 16-21 21-19 before toppling Chinese Taipei’s World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying in an epic final at 21-16 14-21 24-22 All these fine players with the exception of Yamaguchi will be in the fray at the Senayan Sports Complex from Tuesday; and will be joined by the likes of Japan’s reigning world champion Nozomi Okuhara India’s PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal Spain’s two-time former world champion and Olympic gold medalist Carolina Marin South Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun and China’s Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao In other words all the world’s top ten bar one Predictably Tai continues to occupy pride of place at the top of the draw by virtue of her runaway lead in points while Sindhu in the absence of Yamaguchi is seeded second Starting out with a none-too-difficult lung-opener against Indonesia’s Hanna Ramadini Sindhu could run into either one of two qualifiers in the second round before crossing swords in the quarter-finals with 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