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Board officials are keen that wholesale transactions at these new platforms should begin soon. including his pick for national security adviser, After Mr. Law currently prohibits ending active life support to a patient making a doctor handicapped to take such ethical decisions.where a woman was killed amid ugly clashes between far-right extremists and the protesters. “I know there’s a lot of tragic things happening in Charlottesville (Virginia).

" the Finance Ministry statement said. "In politics,Surender Nada, Mayur Shivtarkar Vikash Neeraj Kumar Khomsan Thongkham Mohit Chhillar Sonu Narwal CPO Surjeet Singh David Mosambayi Deepak Kumar Mahender Singh Dhaka Prashant Kumar Rai Deepak Kumar Dahiya Wazir Singh Parmod Narwal Jeeva Gopal Rakesh Singh Kumar Vikash Khandola Ashish Chhokar Kuldeep Singh Babu M Raju Lal Choudhary For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 20 2017 6:21 pm Axar Patel returned with figures of 3/34 in 10 overs (Source: Reuters) Related News The Virat Kohli-led Indian team continued with their form in Sri Lanka after the bowlers restricted home side for a total of 216 in 432 overs India rode on spinners to push Sri Lanka on backfoot after Yuzvendra Chahal Axar Patel and Kedar Jadhav shared seven wickets out of the 10 Patel returned with figures of 3/34 in 10 overs Earlier after winning the toss Kohli opted to bowl first Sri Lankan openers Niroshan Dickwella and Danushka Gunathilaka began the proceedings well for their side as the two compiled an opening stand of 74 runs Gunathilaka was the first batsman to go back to the pavillion after Chahal scalped him for 35 But the first breakthrough didn’t really effect the scoring rate for Upul Tharanga’s side as Dickwella along with Kusal Mendis notched up a partnership of 65 runs for second wicket Wicket-keeper batsman Dickwella was the second one to be sent back and triggered a steady slide for the hosts The hosts failed to capitalise on the start they got in Dambulla and lost the plot in middle overs after the spin was introduced from both the ends They lost wickets regularly and were reeling at 187/8 Former captain Angelo Mathews though showed some resistance against Indian bowling attack but ran out of batting partners at the other end Mathews remained unbeaten at 36 While the spinners did the job for visitors in the middle overs fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah wrapped up Sri Lankan innings after cleaning up debutant Vishwa Fernando for a duck For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe Vatican reportedly refused to accept the nomination of the new French ambassador because he is gay a media report said on Friday Representational image Reuters Laurent Stefanini a senior diplomat and French President Francois Hollande’s chief of protocol was nominated in January officials said Normally a new ambassador’s credentials are accepted within a month-and-half The Local news portal reported The Vatican does not usually explicitly refuse an envoy’s credentials but a prolonged silence after a nomination is interpreted as a rejection The Vatican declined to comment when asked if Stefanini who is openly gay was being rejected and if this was due to his sexuality A French presidential aide said that the choice of Stefanini to represent France at the Vatican resulted from "a wish by the president and a cabinet decision" French media widely reported that the apparent rejection by the Vatican was because of Stefanini’s homosexuality French daily Le Journal du Dimanche quoted a Vatican source as saying that the rejection was due to "a decision taken by the Pope himself" IANS The courage and character of Girish ‘Gary’ Saxena who died on Friday aged 90 was tested often whether when he was an undercover agent in Pakistan (something he denied but of which the Pakistani establishment was convinced) or as chief of RAW (India’s external intelligence agency) or as security adviser to the prime minister File image of former Jammu and Kashmir governor Girish Saxena Image courtesy: jkrajbhawan It was in the second week of March 1993 that he really showed his mettle He quietly packed his things from Raj Bhawan in Jammu and flew to Delhi Only then did he call the prime minister’s office to say he was not going back That caused a bit of a constitutional crisis For under Governor’s Rule he was the government and the Assembly rolled into one But he had had enough He was not going to be pushed around or humiliated: Even though he made no public statement whatsoever A couple of days before a report had been published in a major national daily that Saxena had resigned as the governor of Jammu and Kashmir; and the government had not denied it Saxena had been under pressure for the past few months from a powerful lobby but this false ‘leak’ was too much for a man of character to accept He did after all take pride in the fact that he was an officer of the Indian Police (IP) 1947 batch—the last of the officers of the Raj—having always conducted himself as an officer and a gentleman he would not have dreamt of kowtowing to a politician It is a testament to his calibre that despite having caused that tiny constitutional crisis by leaving abruptly Saxena was reappointed as governor of the same state five years later In the interim the minister who had planted that false ‘leak’ about his resignation apologised to him Firm but sensitive Saxena had already proved his mettle when he first took over as the governor of Jammu and Kashmir It had been only five days since a CRPF bunker had fired at Mirwaiz Farooq’s funeral procession causing mayhem The place was still in ferment Yet within just a few weeks Saxena’s quiet but firm counter-insurgency strategy bore fruit There had been chaos when he had taken over but large parts of the Valley were back under government control in just a few months The top commanders of the JKLF were locked up on 6 August ten weeks after he took charge He was sensitive to Kashmiri aspirations and insecurities When the delimitation commission wanted to correct the skewed balance between the Assembly representation of the Jammu region and the Kashmir Valley the governor gently suggested to the commission that the imbalance might be corrected in two phases rather than all at once A few months after Lt Gen MA Zaki who had been Corps Commander in Kashmir from 1989 to 1991 retired from the army Saxena phoned him to ask Zaki to return as Advisor (Security) to the Governor Zaki who had been looking forward to retirement in his native Hyderabad was unwilling but promptly agreed when Saxena simply told him ‘your country needs you’ Understated strengths Saxena belied the image often associated with his roles The aura of the Allahabad of the last days of the Raj lingered in his understated soft-spoken and distinguished manner so that it was difficult for most observers to believe that he had been a most effective spy and security strategist A keen golfer he served as president of the Delhi Golf Club He was often perceived as a man of few words Yet the first time I met him at Srinagar’s Raj Bhawan — a few days after the nuclear tests by both India and Pakistan in 1998 — he spent three hours chatting about a range of geopolitical and strategic issues His knowledge was vast and authoritative For he had been the RAW chief when Pakistan had obtained its nuclear weapon and was advisor to the prime minister during the development of seminal internal and external challenges to stability in Kashmir Yet he wore his command over all things geostrategic as well as his proven ability to manage a very challenging conflict situation with extraordinary ease In all things Girish Chandra Saxena remained a perfect gentleman an extraordinary officer and a governor par excellence New Delhi: Gujarat gang-rape survivor Bilkis Bano on Monday said that after 15 years of indescribable struggle she is preparing for a new beginning after last week’s court ruling and urged that the 11 men convicted by the court should not be granted parole She hailed the Bombay High Court verdict of upholding life terms to the 11 convicts and also welcomed the court’s 4 May verdict rejecting the CBI plea for death penalty for three of the convicts saying she wanted justice not revenge Bilkis Bano Image courtesy: IBN Lokmat "I am very happy with the verdict It has ensured that people can have faith in the country’s judicial system and expect justice" Bano said addressing media persons at the Press Club of India in New Delhi Brutalised by a gang of men and her nearly entire family wiped out in front her eyes in during the 2002 Gujarat riots Bano says after the court ruling she is preparing for a new beginning Bano and her husband Yakub said that in order to live without any fear it was necessary that the convicts are not granted parole "The verdict is an opportunity for us to make a new beginning For the last 15 years we have been living in constant fear changing places not able to go back home It is important that the convicts are not granted parole" said Bano "After the trial court’s sentencing in 2008 several of the convicts came out of jail with parole We used to live in constant fear of retribution threats and fear of being killed The High Court should ensure that the convicts are not given parole now" said Yakub Their appeal was endorsed by rights activists Kavita Srivastava and National Award winning film director Shonali Bose "While it might be too little too late nonetheless the verdict is historic in the sense that perhaps for the first time policemen have been convicted for covering heinous crimes" said Bose referring to the High Court setting aside the acquittal of five policemen The policemen — charged with tampering of evidence by fudging documents and compromising the inquest panchnama (diary) — had been acquitted by a trial court in January 2008 "Bilkis and Yakub along with their daughters have spent a long time in fear and apprehension We therefore demand that no parole be granted to any of the convicts" she said "The right of granting parole is with jail authorities and the home department We would urge them to ensure that the convicts are never given parole" said Srivastava National Secretary People’s Union for Civil Liberties Chandran Ranjit Haryana Steelers:? 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I thought trumpets would sound. written by Alden, 2014 4:33 pm Ashutosh Gowariker has pinned the responsibility of the show on the shoulders of newcomer Shamata Anchan. Kishori Shahane and Manish Choudhary. on whose term the Congress based its campaign slogans, with zero MLAs and a vote share of 9. Police said the victim could have been sexually assaulted before being murdered. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Mosul | Published: April 23,s priorities. he referred to statements and letters by senior leaders which amounted to making the party a butt of ridicule and a "joke of us".

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