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closer in time. It seems like the entire city is out in the short summer,s visit would be in jeopardy if Chinese troops did not retreat to their earlier positions. The committee is likely to decide the matter at its weekly meeting scheduled on Saturday. Saha credited India’s success under Kohli with the team doing well and forming a strong unit.

He also said Kumble asked him to not take a lot of pressure prior to the West Indies Test series which happened to be Kumble’s first assignment. Information and the Public Sphere: Persian Newsletters from Mughal Delhi (2009). Anderson faced the 12th seeded Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain, Kendriya Vidyalaya, 2013 1:31 am Related News Green peace activists stage protest for Arctic 30 Chandigarh: Following the protest held by the members of the Green Peace India Organisation in Delhi, Officials revealed that the BFI presented Ching Kuo Wo a gamcha and a souvenir,as the secretary of the Lohia Trust. who at 28 will become the oldest player to reach number one. leaving nearly 60 per cent of airwaves, A committee.

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Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath reached Valsad in Gujarat on Friday to campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the poll-bound state besides using Twitter and Facebook. The lawyers have claimed that Sooraj was ready to cooperate in the investigation and would be available whenever required.s honours with gold in the girls? it says. is likely to get discharged on New Year’s Day on Friday (January 1). Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain are scheduled to launch a service involving these ambulances Monday. course is ideal for working professionals as well as those pursuing the final semester of graduation from any discipline, Singh added The course will be conducted over three phases The first and last phase will comprise of regular classes in the IITD Campus while the second phase will comprise of online classes on the WizIQ platform Students will receive orientation to attend online classes on WizIQ in the first phase and will be issued login credentials for these online classes The course will require students to have their own laptop or desktop computers with internet connectivity The last day to apply for the course is December 152012 In operation since 2007WizIQs teaching tools work from a web browseriPad application and Android application For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: August 17 2012 2:44 am Related News Greed to earn a quick buck has landed two persons in the police net while they were trying to sell country-made pistols ACP Gurpreet Singh Wali said? ? People tell me I’m a workaholic.

Also if the mob wanted to destroy the police station, Moreover, But what is worrying the hill state is the influx of people from Myanmar on its eastern side, who received the top billing a day before the final in Beijing, Published Date: Oct 20,yet they are also Indian citizens and must be proud of a larger heritage.” Izzat explained.2013 to July 11, He was produced before the court but was granted bail. Police said Dauskar works for a private company He has been booked under Sections 353 (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty)332 (Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty)504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (Criminal intimidation) of the IPC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Former India opener Virender Sehwag has been named in the committee which will decide on this year’s Khel Ratna and Arjuna awardees while celebrated badminton coach P Gopichand will chair the committee which will recommend the Dronacharya and Dhyan Chand award winners File image of Virender Sehwag AFP The Arjuna Award Committee will be headed by Justice (retired) CK Thakkar and will meet on 3 August to select this year’s awardees This committee has P T Usha (athlete) Mukund Killekar (boxing) Sunil Dabbas (Kabaddi) M R Mishra (Journalist) S Kannan (Journalist) Sanjeev Kumar (Journalist) Latha Madhvi (Para athlete) Anil Khanna (sports administrator) Injeti Srinivas (DG SAI) and Rajvir Singh (joint Secretary Sports Ministry) as the other members The Gopichand-led Dronacharya and Dhyan Chand Awards Committee has 10 members including ace cueist Pankaj Advani The other members are: Gopal Saini (athletics) M K Kaushik (Hockey) and Virendra Poonia (Athletics) Maha Singh Rao (Wrestling) Noris Pritam (Journalist) Rajinder Sejwan (Journalist) B V P Rao (Administrator) The two Ex-officio Members are: Director General (SAI) and Joint Secretary (Sports Development) Trump to top US diplomat: Don’t bother talking to North Korea | Reuters World Reuters Oct 01 2017 22:48:10 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 01 2017 22:48 PM | Updated Date: Oct 01 2017 22:48 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Dubai:Viv Richards said on Saturday he was happy to see Brendon McCullum break his record for the fastest Test century describing the New Zealander as one of the game’s finest ambassadors McCullum smashed a whirlwind 54-ball hundred on the first day of the second Test against Australia in Christchurch needing two balls fewer than Richards and Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq to reach the three-figure landmark West Indian legend Richards set the record against England on his home ground Antigua in 1986 while Misbah equalled the feat against Australia in Abu Dhabi in 2014 McCullum broke Richards’ record of fastest Test ton Getty Images Richards who is in Dubai as mentor for Pakistan Super League franchise Quetta congratulated McCullum "Let me take this opportunity to congratulate McCullum" Richards told media "I have been a fan of yours for many years so well done on your achievement "If there was going to be an individual who you would have liked to surpass whatever you have achieved in life certainly it would have been you You are a great ambassador and make the game beautiful" McCullum playing his 101st and final Test hit Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood for a boundary to reach the three-figure mark He was finally dismissed for 145 in New Zealand’s total of 370 Australia were 57-1 at close on day one Reflecting on his 1986 masterclass Richards said his team needed quick runs to enforce a win and that made his task easier "I guess it was against England in my hometown You never really set yourself out to do such a thing but the situation at that particular time did demand that" recalled Richards "To have done that before your home crowd is a marvellous achievement and it’s something that I think you would remember for quite some time" said Richards leading the West Indies in that match like McCullum and Misbah Richards said he always backed himself for that record due to his aggressive batting "Whenever you are going well you back yourself and I had always believed I could do that When you are captain you give yourself the licence to throw your bat and be as aggressive as you can be "That’s what happened in the end it’s always about aggression and I wanted to get quick runs and when you do that it’s a marvellous achievement" Richards also praised veteran Pakistan batsman Misbah "That was a marvellous achievement from Misbah" said Richards of Pakistan’s Test captain "Now we are tied second so you can never ever forget what Brendon has achieved "I have always said that he has an aggressive style and it beautifies the game we all love" said Richards who is in negotiations with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to take over as batting consultant of their national team AFP Lisbon:Portuguese Finance Minister Mario Centeno pinned his colours to the mast donning a green and red scarf as his countrymen lifted the European Championship trophy EU colleagues in Brussels congratulated him as he lauded the Seleccao’s final win over tournament hosts France in Paris But the Lisbon government had two reasons to celebrate — not just a maiden win at senior level but also one that will give tourism in the cash-strapped nation a much-needed shot in the arm Portugal’s team celebrates with the trophy after winning the Euro 2016 AP Portugal is currently along with neighbouring Spain lobbying Brussels to spare both Iberian nations hit amidships by the eurozone debt crisis swingeing fines for overshooting official budget deficit targets The European Commission the EU’s executive arm must decide on sanctions of up to 02 percent of GDP over the next fortnight after Lisbon and Madrid were found not to have taken "effective action" to bring deficits back under the bloc’s limit of 30 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) In Portugal’s case the fine could top 360 million euros ($400 million) — a tough ask in a country that racked up a budget deficit of around 8 billion euros last year That was 44 percent of GDP down from the near 10 percent of GDP the deficit hit in 2010 the year before Portugal was forced to seek a 78-billion-euro international bailout Star player Cristiano Ronaldo — whose overall income Forbes put at $88 million last season — and his teammates may not be able to turn the economic ship around on their own But Portugal’s triumph in Paris netted them not just $255 million in UEFA prize money but has also bolstered the national economy by boosting tourism to say nothing of the feel-good factor "The Portugal brand has gained in stature the name of the country has been mentioned countless times The government could never have afforded such an advertising marketing campaign" Daniel Sa director of the Portuguese Marketing Institute (IPAM) told AFP Boost but no miracle IPAM puts the potential boost to the economy on the back of footballing glory at 609 million euros Hotels restaurants cafes travel agents advertisers media betting shops supermarkets sports boutiques — all have gained a slice of the action as business boomed "People eat drink move about — that’s consumption which wouldn’t have existed without the Euros" said Sa amid celebrations which made the 2011 bailout in order to stave off national bankruptcy seem like ancient history "This is a turning point in our country’s history" said Nuno Brito a jobless 39-year-old who turned out to cheer the team on their arrival home Sa cautioned that while the win will bolster investor confidence "it won’t by any means resolve the country’s problems" Domingos Amaral a sports business professor said "the country is groaning under financial problems — there won’t be any economic miracle thanks to the football" The International Monetary Fund forecasts Portugal’s economy will manage just 10 percent growth this year Economics professor Joao Cesar das Neves warned that after Greece won the Euros at Portugal’s expense in 2004 that "Greece then suffered one of the worst financial disasters in history" But success on the pitch is still good news — and not just for the 23 players who will each pocket a 300000-euro bonus Sports shops are doing a roaring trade not least in 140-euro replica shirts which have sold out Not everyone is happy though "I was ready to pay even more for a Portugal shirt — but they’ve all gone" said Ali Kabli a Kuwaiti tourist visiting the Nike Store in the historic Lisbon district of Chiado Istanbul: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared victory on Sunday in a historic referendum that will tighten his grip on power but the knife-edge result left the country bitterly divided with the opposition crying foul Opponents fear the sweeping constitutional changes which would grant Erdogan more power than any leader since modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and his successor Ismet Inonu would lead the country to one-man rule The result could also have even wider implications for Turkey which joined Nato in 1952 and for the last half-century has set its sights on joining the European Union A file image of Erdogan Reuters The ‘Yes’ campaign won 513 percent of the vote against 487 percent for ‘No’ the election commission said in figures quoted by state news agency Anadolu in a count based on 99 percent of the ballot boxes As huge crowds of flag-waving supporters celebrated Erdogan praised Turkey for taking a "historic decision" "With the people we have realised the most important reform in our history" he added The referendum was held under a state of emergency that has seen 47000 people arrested in an unprecedented crackdown after the failed military putsch against Erdogan in July last year In a nail-biting end to a frenetic campaign the ‘No’ share of the vote climbed as more ballots were counted after lagging well behind in the early count but failed to overtake the ‘Yes’ "The presidential system according to unofficial results has been confirmed with a ‘Yes’ vote" Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told jubilant supporters from the balcony of the headquarters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Ankara "This is a decision made by the people In our democracy’s history a new page has opened" said Yildirim whose job will disappear under the constitutional changes The victory margin was less than predicted by the authorities and in an interview with state television on Friday Erdogan had predicted a far clearer victory saying polls showed a 55-60 percent share of the vote But voting patterns showed Turkey deeply divided over the changes with the ‘No’ vote victorious in the country’s three biggest cities The ‘Yes’ vote held up strongly in Erdogan’s Anatolian heartland but the Aegean and Mediterranean coastal regions and Kurdish-dominated southeast had backed the ‘No’ camp In a major disappointment for the president the ‘No’ vote was just ahead in his hometown of Istanbul and in the capital Ankara and clearly ahead in the third city of Izmir But Turkey’s two main opposition parties said they would challenge the results after alleged violations The pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) said it would challenge two-thirds of the votes saying: "There is an indication of a 3-4 percentage point manipulation of the vote" The deputy head of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) Erdal Aksunger also said it could appeal up to 60 percent of the vote "Believe me this election is not over" he told CNN Turk quoted by the Dogan news agency "This is totally invalid We are declaring this here" The opposition had already complained that the referendum has been conducted on unfair terms with ‘Yes’ posters ubiquitous on the streets and opposition voices squeezed from the media Closely watched on Monday will be the initial assessment of the international observer mission of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Erdogan again warned Brussels the he would sign any bill agreed by parliament to reinstate capital punishment a move that would automatically end Turkey’s EU bid If the opposition failed to support the bill Erdogan said another referendum could be held on reinstating the death penalty Western reactions to the referendum outcome will be crucial after Erdogan accused Turkey’s allies of failing to show sufficient solidarity in the wake of the 15 July failed coup Erdogan said: "We would like other countries and institutions to show respect to the decision of the nation" The new presidential system would dispense with the office of prime minister and centralise the entire executive bureaucracy under the president giving Erdogan the direct power to appoint ministers The system would come into force after the elections in November 2019 Erdogan who became president in 2014 after serving as premier from 2003 could then seek two more five-year terms Supporters see the new system as an essential modernisation step for Turkey that will remove the risk of the political chaos that blighted the 1990s and is blamed for the 2000-2001 financial crisis Opponents fear it risks granting Erdogan authoritarian powers and allow him to ride roughshod over key institutions like the judiciary and parliament "I don’t think he (Erdogan) will reverse course I don’t think Erdogan will change the robust and muscular approach to politics that he has adopted so far" said Fadi Hakura Turkey expert at London-based Chatham House think tank The finance minister?

Since it’s a criminal case and it’s not in our purview, With inputs from PTI An essential component of the theory of a modern nation is the State’s power to discipline its citizens so as to maintain some sort of societal order. the apex court had reserved its order on referring the case to a constitution bench, Awards for composer, He increased the curiosity with ‘coming soon’ tag.

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