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I will certainly improve and make sure that I win medals at future tournaments.I am looking to do well at 2018 Commonwealth Games and Asiad and then work even harder for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics" While her exploits on the mat have been impressive it is her clean image that gave a much-needed fillip to the sport that has more often than not been mired in doping controversies Indian Weightlifting Federation president Birendra Prasad Baishya lauded Mirabai who he believed was the prime example of India’s undeterred commitment towards cleaning the sport He said "WADA tested her 15 times and NADA collected samples 30 times It means in the last four years there has been 45 tests in her and I congratulate her that all were negative Earlier our image was bad due to dope cases but now our federation is dope free Our aim was to make weightlifting dope free and our coaches and lifter made it possible" Mirabai has never shied away from publicly expressing her respect and adulation for Olympic bronze medallist Malleswari However when the 23-year-old weightlifter walks out for the 48kg category weightlifting event in the 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Coast Australia she will be shouldering the hopes of a billion Indians on her strong shoulders From young athletes wanting to excel in the sport to professional athletes who hope to find a breakthrough there are a number of people who now look at Mirabai for inspiration Mirabai is now being seen as a benchmark for success and a good showing at the Commonwealth and Asian Games will further cement her place in the annals of weightlifting history in golden letters Clickhereto read profiles of other Indian athletes involved in the Commonwealth Games 2018 Since August 2016 Lieut General Stephen Townsend had commanded Operation Inherent Resolve the US-led military coalition fighting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria It was a key year in the operation to “degrade and destroy” ISIS at the center of which was the liberation by the Iraqi military of Mosul Iraq’s second city from the militant group Townsend a 35-year veteran of conflicts around the world rotated out on Sept 5 Here he reflects on his 12 months at the helm of the coalition: What can you say about the intensity of the battle for Mosul First of all it was the longest battle I personally have been a participant in or borne witness to in my entire military career It was the most constant heavy combat that we have [seen] probably since before Vietnam I can’t say that I was surprised at the difficulty though I did expect to see more surrenders than we saw These last [ISIS] holdouts they literally fought to the death That was a bit of an eye-opener for me The heavy civilian casualties in Mosul received a lot of attention Is there anything that could have been done to save more civilian lives Yeah ISIS could’ve not turned Mosul into a Stalingrad by taking tens of thousands of civilians hostage ISIS could have let civilians flee when they wanted to flee ISIS didn’t have to pack them into houses and pack explosives on top of them Those are the things that could’ve been done to lessen civilian losses I don’t find that the coalition or our Iraqi partners could have done much more In April President Trump gave the military “total authorization” over combat decisions Has that impacted this operation We have the authority we need and we are well supported by our military and our civilian chain of command That’s what the American people want They trust our armed forces Give them a job to do give them the tools to do it and then get out of the way and let them do it I can’t say that any increases in authority have caused us to change the way we do business significantly but it has freed us up a bit to prosecute the war in a more aggressive manner I think Is victory even possible against ISIS given its persistence and mutability I absolutely believe that victory is possible in Iraq and Syria We have already taken steps toward destroying the physical caliphate by taking away Mosul the largest population center they held anywhere in the world We have their self-proclaimed global capital in Raqqa Syria under assault They’re gaining no ground in this region of the world Yes they have a significant presence on the Internet and they’ll continue to be there They will try to raise franchises in other parts of the world But I think we have to defeat their idea and a lot of their narrative is tied to the physical state: “Come to the caliphate It’s a blissful life here” Well you come here and you’re going to get killed You’re just going to live a life of misery until you die Their defeat here is the largest blow we could make to their narrative Where is ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Is he alive It always baffles me that you guys want to know where Baghdadi is I wouldn’t tell you if I did know and if I did know he’d be dead If I knew where he was there’d be a B-1 bomber heading there right now or coalition troopers I don’t have a clue where he is Contact us at [email protected] This appears in the September 18 2017 issue of TIME if only in self-interest.8 lakh affidavits in support of his faction.000 affidavits staking claim to the party symbol.S. 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