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If it ends here on the big stage it’s a happy end. With inputs from agencies By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 8, (Representational image) Top News Telecom regulator TRAI is expected? download Indian Express App ? the Congress seemed to be taking a plunge towards reaching out to AIADMK supremo Jayalalitha.s brother. People will assess him on his performance. There are several pending projects that need to be completedincluding the Chandigarh-Ludhiana Railway linethe expansion of the railway station in the city and the construction of overbridges? and wanting change but becoming sceptical when it comes. This budget does not fully live up to the bold strokes of the Economic Survey. the 2016 IPL could well be the last go-around for this group of players.That could be as good amotivation as any to go out on top Key Players Russell and Narine aside you can expect Manish PandeyYusuf Pathan and Robin Uthappa to shoulderthe batting load It was Pandey’s splendid 94 that won KKR the tournament in 2014 and the 27-year-old is undoubtedly in the prime of his career even having scoredan ODI century for India which should give him added confidence With Gambhir now 34 Uthappa will be key at the topof the order while Yusuf will continue to play the role of big-hitting finisher Yusuf showed he was far from donein 2015 averaging 4457 with a strike-rate of 13506 and he remains a player who can change the game in the space of an over or two Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan could be crucial for the balance of the side He can bat in thetop order if necessary and his left-arm spin is more than useful especially on helpful pitches as he proved in 2014 when he took 11 wickets with an economy rate of 668 and averaged 3240 with thebat with a strike-rate of 14934 Key Challenge Getting the balance right will be essential?

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Kirandeep Singh, My moving on will be beneficial for both Indian Ocean and my creative expression, says Sen For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnited Nations: India has cautioned against the use of terrorism as a "card" by some nations underlining that it is an international threat that should not be allowed to serve national strategy India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin addressing a General Assembly session on UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy said while nations deal with the threats posed by terrorism "we must resist the temptation of buying individual peace for ourselves by striking deals that divert terrorists elsewhere" "We need to intensify our efforts in persuading states to refrain from using terrorism as a card in the games that nations play While non-state actors such as terrorists think global we representatives of States alas are thinking only nationally" he said yesterday File image of India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin Facebook Akbaruddin also warned against the dangers of discrimination among terrorists – "good or bad or yours and mine" emphasising that terrorism is an international threat that should not be allowed to serve national strategy "We need to move beyond discouraging state sponsorship of terrorism and take the next step of building effective inter-state cooperative mechanisms to combat it If cooperation is to thrive inter-governmental organisations such as the UN need to be strengthened to deal with the substance of these threats" he said Akbaruddin added that the list of the international community’s collective limitations in dealing with the threats posed by terrorists is too long and self-evident to be recalled in its entirety "Imagination and integration remain two of our major shortcomings as individual nations and collectively as the United Nations These have caused much distress at crucial times" He stressed on the need for "honest introspection" to pressing concerns such as from where do the terrorists get their training and financing "While addressing our limitations we must do an honest introspection There are important issues today before the international community that beg answers Where do potential terrorists go for training How does their financing work What are we doing to disrupt the eco-systems that promote terror startups Do we know the answers and yet choose to look away" he said India also voiced concern over the international community’s reaction to terrorism in some geographies being different from others "We are currently witnessing the impact of the Middle East on Europe a development that was waiting to happen and yet not anticipated In South Asia we are witnessing the international community’s efforts of combating terrorism being affected by a fatigue of a long-drawn war in Afghanistan" he added Akbaruddin described nuclear terrorism radiological terrorism and cyber terrorism as "apocalyptic threats" that have emerged as "ruthless" non-state actors evolve their ideology and adapt strategies to strike deeper roots and explore different avenues to threaten innocent populations of established States He reiterated the need for an early conclusion of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism saying it will reflect the unwavering common commitment to cooperate in combating terrorism He expressed hope that the creation of the Office of Counter Terrorism will encourage an ‘all of UN’ approach while addressing the scourge of terrorism "It is possible that some aspects of this approach may appear overly ambitious given the turf battles common at such fora However we must not set ourselves a low bar" he said Gaziantep: Turkish authorities were on Monday scrambling to ascertain the identity of a child suicide bomberacting on the orders of Islamic State (IS) jihadists who killed 51 people at a crowded Kurdish wedding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the bomber at the street wedding late Saturday in the city of Gaziantep close to Syria was aged "between 12 and 14" and that initial findings showed it had been "perpetrated by Daesh (IS)" People gather after an explosion in Gaziantep Turkey killed 51 of a wedding party AP Media said the majority of those dead were children or teenagers with 29 of the 44 victims identified so far aged under 18 At least 22 victims were under 14 a Turkish official added There were no further details on the bomber’s identity but Erdogan said IS had been trying to "position itself" in Gaziantep which lies just 60 kilometres (37 miles) north of Syria and is a major hub for refugees from the over five-year civil war The Hurriyet daily said that DNA tests were under way to ascertain the identity nationality and gender of the bomber It is possible that the bomber had come over the border from Syria but IS is also known to have built homegrown cells inside Turkey in Gaziantep and even Istanbul wrote its well-connected columnist Abdulkadir Selvi He said Turkish security forces believed that attack had been timed as retaliation by jihadists for offensives both by Kurdish militias and pro-Ankara Syrian opposition forces against IS in Syria "There’s a fight against IS but we are paying the price" he wrote The leader of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Selahattin Demirtas said in a statement that "all of those killed were Kurds" The bride and groom —a couple from the strongly Kurdish region of Siirt to the southeast — were rushed to hospital but not seriously wounded The attack followed a string of strikes blamed on IS and Kurdish militants in the last months but was the deadliest so far this year and first significant jihadist action in Turkey since the failed 15 July coup Hurriyet said the type of bomb used — stuffed with scraps of metal — was similar to the explosives used in previous suicide bombings against pro-Kurdish gatherings blamed on IS in the border town of Suruc and at Ankara train station last year All 44 victims identified so far were laid to rest in harrowing ceremonies in Gazinantep on Sunday with relatives throwing themselves on the coffins in desperation an AFP correspondent said Written by The Indian Express | Published: January 27 2012 3:06 am Related News Spirit of law I thank Meghnad Desai for pointing out (Faith in freedom, Younis was last month admitted to a private hospital after suffering from high fever and fatigue and was only released after a week. shares Gill. 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He is doing all this to divert attention and cover up his deeds, Bharot said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: June 28 2013 4:16 am Related News Amidst protests by farmers against acquisition of their agricultural landNHAI and district administration of Junagadh continued survey for constructing a new bypass road for National Highway 8D near Junagadh on Thursday As officials of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and district administration of Junagadh resumed measurement survey for the proposed bypass in Galiawada and Virpur villageshundreds of farmers started protesting Howeverpolicewho were protecting the officers and surveyorsdetained more than 100 farmers The farmersmany of them womenwere whisked away to two different police stations in Junagadh city and were released in the evening The protests had started Tuesday when the JMS began near Vadal village and 146 farmers were detained Another 106 agitating farmers were detained from near Shapur village on Wednesday The farmers are demanding that instead of constructing the new bypass from Vadal to Shapurthe exiting bypass should be widened For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Margao | Updated: October 8 2017 12:19 am Germany scored through Jan-Fiete Arp and Awuku (Source: germany U-17 Twitter) Related News A late goal by substitute Noah Awukulifted Germany to a 2-1 win over Costa Rica in their opening match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Germany were more organised in attack and dominated play in halves creating quite a few scoring opportunities TheEuropean heavyweights scored through Jan-Fiete Arp (21st minute) and Awuku (89th) They could have won by a bigger margin had it not been for some erratic shots in front of the goal Costa Rica who defended for the major part of the game pulled one back in the 64th minute through Andres Gomez Costa Rica showed promise in the initial stages and cameup with a couple of dangerous moves Germany nearly conceded a goal when goalkeeper Luca Plogmann failed to clear a back passin the fourth minute Andres Gomez picked up the ball and passed it to Josue Abarca who in turn forwarded it to Amferny Arias who shot over #U17: Die besten Szenen vom 2:1-Auftaktsieg gegen Costa Rica WM-Start für unsere #TorJger geglückt #FIFAU17WC #FootballTakesOver pictwittercom/dUxMtvrOfR — DFB-Junioren (@DFB_Junioren) 7 October 2017 Four minutes later an Andres Gomez header off a cross from the right by Josue Abarca went over the bar The Germans took time to settle down but once they did? Sometime later, The infamous boro (big) match of the Kolkata football circuit returns to Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan on Sunday after a span of almost two years when Mohun Bagan and East Bengal face each other in the first Kolkata derby of the season. “We have to be alert.” Allu Arjun’s Duvvadda Jagganadham – DJ.

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