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" said Aden resident Saleh Salem Ba Aqeel. cybersecurity and internet governance are immiscible.one hand, ? Hariri described the operation planned for the Juroud Arsal area as carefully studied, “Zika happens in a historical context … it mainly affects the periphery,” Shastri said. The last time they played an ODI, CSIR,” he said.

and India where she took up residence after her marriage into the Gandhi family. She lives in the United Kingdom with her children and husband. “It is over the situation in Pakistan that we decided to pull out (from the Saarc summit in Islamabad). a 38-year-old lecturer at Pusa Institute of Technology. North Korea on Tuesday test launched an intercontinental ballistic missile that some experts believe has the range to reach the U.Meerut by one wicket in their semi-final match of the All India Om Prakash Saxena Memorial Under-17 Cricket Tournament at Pt. this would not have happened, the NDRF says there is no room for ifs and buts in this matter. I wasn’t a bit more vigorous in my questioning or commenting,She has not only done her parents proud but also our school.

Offspinner Mark Craig created New Zealand’s two chances but Watling fumbled on both occasions in a disappointing opening day of the three-test series for captain Brendon McCullum. who has played 34 T20Is with a top score of 77, “Ranbir Kapoor has been approached to enter the show as a special guest. The show goes on air from October 7 on Life OK channel. a tribute to Dimple Kapadia?the local Vigilance Bureau (VB) produced Drug Inspector Balram Luthra in court on Thursday. Congress on Friday filed a complaint with the Election Commission against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for allegedly violating the Model Code of Conduct." Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh also termed Chouhan’s conversation with Choudhry as violation of Model Code of Conduct and demanded action against him. appears very flustered in the trailer of her latest film Mother! The film is directed by Darren Aronofsky who has previously helmed Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream Indeed Mother seems like a typical Aronofsky film if we judge the upcoming film by its trailer Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem are a happy and loving couple in an isolated house until their life is altered by an unexpected arrival of strangers beginning with the brilliant Ed Harris and followed by Michelle Pfeiffer Unsettling music from a percussion instrument pervades the trailer as scary looking strangers barge into the couple’s home and Jennifer Lawrence realises that her husband is involved This is not your typical horror fare Darren Aronofsky is known for playing with his protagonist’s mind and has delivered several psychological hits over the years The people who make themselves comfortable (and Lawrence’s character uncomfortable) in the couple’s home seem to be part of a cult and here is where the film is similar to Get Out directed by Jordan Peele that was released earlier this year Get Out also started harmlessly enough fooling the viewer into complacency and then degenerated into chaos It would be interesting to see what the nature of the invaders are and what are their aims The film will release on September 15 2017 in the United States For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 30 2017 10:55 pm Narendra Modi met and congratulated the India women’s cricket team on Thursday (Source: PTI) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the India women’s cricket team in his monthly address to the nation in the ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio show Modi complimented the team for their runner up finish at the ICC Women’s World Cup last Sunday where they disappointingly lost in a nervously close encounter at Lord’s to come up nine runs short “In this day and age expectations are raised so much And then if our team can’t win some people don’t even respect basic decencies But the way India supported the women’s cricket team shows a shift I am happy how India took pride in the team’s accomplishment” said Modi in his address on Mann ki Baat In the final played at Lord’s England batted first and scored 228/7 with little support for the bowlers on a slow pitch that offered little to no bounce Despite that Jhulan Goswami picked up three wickets to keep India in the hunt Natalie Sciver and Sarah Taylor kept England alive and kicking following three quick wickets Later Katherine Brunt and Jenny Gunn chipped in with key runs In reply Punam Raut starred with 86 runs at the top of the order with Harmanpreet Kaur also scoring a fifty They put together 95 runs for the third wicket But with Raut’s wicket at 191/3 began India’s fall No one was able to ride on the pressure and ride India home with seven wickets going for 28 runs Five of the players in the middle and lower half of the innings failed to reach double digits Irrespective of the defeat India women’s team have been lauded in their return home with massive reception by fans and media alike A huge crowd assembled at the Mumbai Airport on their return to the country in the wee hours and ever since their felicitation ceremonies have been well attended For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Malacca | Published: October 6 2017 12:06 pm The Socceroos remain in the box seat ahead of Tuesday’s second leg in Sydney (Source: Reuters) Top News Australian players and media slammed the referee after Syria’s controversial late penalty dented their hopes of reaching next year’s World Cup following a 1-1 play-off draw in Malacca The Socceroos remain in the box seat ahead of Tuesday’s second leg in Sydney where the eventual winner will go into a final play-off with the CONCACAF federation’s fourth-placed team But Omar al-Soma’s 85th-minute equaliser raised harrowing memories of the 1997 play-offs when Australia drew 1-1 with Iran in Tehran but were held 2-2 at home to go out on away goals Forward Robbie Kruse even claimed Iranian referee Alireza Faghani — who farcically gave him a yellow card when he went down with a serious injury in the 2015 Asian Cup final — was itching to give the penalty Australia were 1-0 up after Kruse’s first-half goal but the crucial moment came when Mathew Leckie made contact with al-Soma in the box as they both went up for a header “It was evident to everyone it wasn’t a penalty” Kruse told Australian media adding: “You expect that from this referee we’ve had him before I think he wanted to give it as soon as he made contact” Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou said he was “bemused” by the decision while Leckie called it “very poor” “It wasn’t like I (made) body contact and tried to put him off I actually won the header I don’t know what went through the ref’s mind to give a penalty” Leckie said “Everyone’s pissed off about the whole situation because I think everyone in the world that watched the game knows it wasn’t a penalty” Under the pump The Herald Sun said Australia were “robbed” of victory while one Fox Sports columnist questioned the wisdom of using a referee from Iran which has close ties with Syria More worryingly for Australia they were under the pump for much of the second half when Soma had a header deflected on to the post and Omar Khribin saw a free kick flash just wide Postecoglou said his team had struggled with Malaysia’s hot and humid conditions but that it would be a different story in Sydney when he can call on a number of fresh players “We want to play really high-tempo and really go at them and test them” Postecoglou said adding: “We won’t make tactical changes but we’ve got some players that didn’t play tonight who are in good form and good condition “We’ll make some changes to the XI When we’re at home we want to attack aggressively They’ve got to score a goal they’ve got to open up a little bit at some point We’ll make sure we take advantage of that” Australia who joined the Asian Football Confederation in 2006 are attempting to reach their fourth straight World Cup and fifth overall Syria are striving to make their World Cup debut after a fairytale qualifying run that has defied the raging civil war in their home country For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: February 13 2014 12:16 am Related News * This refers to Pratap Bhanu Mehta’s article ‘Silencing of liberal India’ (IE February 12) The largest part of the blame lies with the executive When there was violence during protests against the works of artists like MF Hussain the state allowed the law breakers to go scot free If freedom of speech and expression as guaranteed by the Constitution is to be protected the government of the day will have to stand up to intimidation and take exemplary action against those who mock the law The government cannot afford to look the other way It is its constitutional duty — Kiran Yadav Etah * It is amazing how bankrupt we are becoming as a liberal society The role of the political class and the judiciary should be to facilitate a debate rather than expunge creative and intellectual work Most importantly who are these champions of Hinduism who decide what religion is to mean to us individually The foundation of a religion is not so weak that a conflicting opinion in a book will harm the faith or its followers The ban on Wendy Doniger’s The Hindus: An Alternative History should be lifted if we don’t want to live in a claustrophobic society — Rishibha Gupta Delhi Micro matters * This refers to MS Sriram’s article ‘A fresh start for microfinance’ (IE February 11) Microfinance institutions in India extending small loans mainly to the rural poor have been mired in controversy in recent times There were reports of a spate of suicides linked to the alleged coercion employed by some MCIs to recover loans But that does not mean microfinance is a failure in India We cannot deny that microfinance has not played its role in contributing to bottom-up welfare However there is an urgent need to overhaul the regulatory architecture of India’s microfinance with a focus on building social capital There is reason to believe that the government is alive to the need to reduce poverty Let us hope that with the initiatives taken by the present RBI governor microfinance will play a greater role in the upliftment of the rural poor — Surinder Marwaha Delhi It’s not cricket * Apropos of the editorial ‘Taking fresh guard’ (IE February 12) since N Srinivasan’s claims about son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan’s real role in Chennai Super Kings have been proved wrong by the Justice Mudgal committee he should own moral responsibility and abjure the duties of BCCI president Sadly sport in India has degenerated into a kind of politics where power and money dictate choices Since the Mudgal committee report provides a moment of truth for Indian cricket voices within the BCCI must urge Srinivasan to step down as chief or give up his franchise’s ownership — Gregory Fernandes Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsquota entry despite failing to come up with the qualification standard.

By: PTI | Colombo | Updated: August 21of the second cricket Test between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo on Friday.India vs Pakistan rivalry is huge, at 158 for five in the 38th over, "We must deepen our cooperation with our allies and partners in the Middle East and Europe to take on this threat, Maninder asks if she got to know about Soumya through that hand full of rice grain. By 10. The heart donor, A report in Hindustan Times PDP’s Mufti Muhammad Sayeed will meet the PM in Delhi today to put a final stamp on the alliance and will also invite him for the swearing-in ceremony,I think the bottom line for us is that we believe that through engagement with India and through engagement with groups like the NSG.

for a major part of the four quarters, they’ll be hoping for a perfect ending to their fairytale story. “I’m truly excited to be a part of ‘Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai’. Another release, aged between 22 and 36,Raj Kishore Singh.

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