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“It will take about 30 to 45 more days before I can bowl at my full pace and strength. it was shipped from both Israel and Austria last month. measuring 4. Sawant stated that he was ‘shocked’ to see how the BJP’s manifesto released by party chief Amit Shah promised a loan waiver for farmers, around 136 suicides were reported between August 2014 to August 2015. The 24-team tournament kicks off on June 10 in Platini’s homeland. There is a lot of effort gone into the film and as a filmmaker I am satisfied,not all know how to administer this procedure, Dr Hastak added Doctors from public hospitals say this is because of the expensive nature of the procedure According to Dr M Mehendirattaprofessor of Neurology at GB Pant hospital in Delhiwho is a member of this seven member committee? The bidding consultancies are also expected to provide complete transaction advisory services including bid process management, said Dilip KawathkarJoint Project Director (PR) According to the criteria set by the MMRDAthe primary eligibility criteria for the consultant firms include a minimum experience of 15 years in a related field and an annual turnover of more than Rs 60 crore In case of a consortiumthe eligible annual turnover will have to be more than Rs 100 crore and the lead member will have to show more than Rs 60 crore of annual turnover over the past three consecutive years The scope of work includes reviewing existing feasibility studies / Detailed Project Reports (DPRs)dispersal system in MMR as well as island citysocio-economic and environmental impact and mitigation measures as per the guidelines set by the Ministry of Environment and Forest The appointed consultants will also update traffic forecast on roadthe estimated passenger load on the Metro and examine legal framework The project is to be implemented on public-private partnership The consultancies are also expected to carry out land survey for alignment and provide cost estimates for land acquisition For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: July 6 2016 4:33 pm President Francois Hollande said last week tax regulations needed to be adapted to make Paris more attractive and Finance Minister Michel Sapin hinted that taxation of expats could be made even more favourable (source: REUTERS) Top News The French government will outline incentives on Wednesday to make Paris a more attractive financial centre officials said as the French capital seeks to win finance jobs from London for a post-Brexit era France’s financial sector has often complained of government ambivalence towards the industry which is subject to high taxes and sometimes hostile remarks from politicians Prime Minister Manuel Valls has made a snap decision to appear at the annual conference of the French financial industry’s lobby Paris Europlace later on Wednesday — a rare visit to the event by a high-ranking member of the government “We will do more in the future to enhance the attractiveness of the Paris financial centre: the government will do its part” Bank of France governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau said in a speech to the conference Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Seeing an opportunity in Britain’s June 23 referendum vote to quit the EU the lobby has called for more favourable terms for expats in France It also wants a cut in the tax on financial workers which is levied in France to compensate for the absence of value-added tax on the sector Though often neglected in the past their proposals are no longer falling on deaf ears President Francois Hollande said last week tax regulations needed to be adapted to make Paris more attractive and Finance Minister Michel Sapin hinted that taxation of expats could be made even more favourable During his election campaign in 2012 Hollande called the banking industry his enemy Expats coming to France and French nationals who return home after five years or more abroad already benefit from a range of tax breaks for five years after their arrival The scheme includes deductions for non-salary perks like employers paying for employees’ children’s school fees and on revenue earned on capital held abroad Villeroy also promised French regulators would quickly examine applications from any financial institutions licensed in Britain that might seek to set up shop in France Paris is already the biggest centre for many markets in the euro zone including corporate bond issuance and investment management with 36 trillion euros of assets under management But other financial centres in the 19-country currency bloc got an early start on Paris in lobbying London financial firms ahead of the vote on Britain’s EU membership vote last month The French government has argued that British financial firms should not be able to keep their passport to EU markets unless Britain accepts the free movement of people which Brexit campaigners were against For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Istanbul/ankara | Updated: July 16 2016 12:50 pm People attend wounded persons near Bosphorus Bridge (background) during an attempted coup in Istanbul Turkey July 16 2016 REUTERS/IHLAS News Agency Top News An attempted Turkish military coup appeared to crumble on Saturday after crowds answered President Tayyip Erdogan’s call to take to the streets to support him and dozens of rebel soldiers abandoned their tanks in the main city of Istanbul At least 90 people were killed and 1 154 injured in violence that erupted on Friday after a faction of the armed forces attempted to seize power the state run news agency said A successful overthrow of Erdogan who has ruled Turkey since 2003 would have marked one of the biggest shifts in the Middle East in years transforming one of the most important US allies while war rages on its border A failed coup attempt could still destabilise a pivotal country Erdogan who had been holidaying on the southwest coast when the coup was launched flew into Istanbul before dawn on Saturday and was shown on TV among a crowd of supporters outside Ataturk Airport Also read: Full coverage on the coup The uprising was an “act of treason” and those responsible would pay a heavy price he told reporters at a hastily arranged news conference Arrests of officers were under way and it would go higher up the ranks culminating in the cleansing of the military he said Addressing a crowd of thousands of flag-waving supporters at the airport later Erdogan said the government remained at the helm although disturbances continued in Ankara Share This Article Related Article However in an emailed statement from the Turkish military General Staff’s media office address the pro-coup faction said it was determinedly still fighting Calling itself the Peace at Home Movement the faction also called on people to stay indoors for their own safety Rebel soldiers who had taken control of military aircraft were still firing from the air and fighter jets had been scrambled to intercept them Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said underscoring the ongoing uncertainty Gunfire and explosions had rocked both Istanbul and Ankara in a chaotic night after soldiers took up positions in both cities and ordered state television to read out a statement declaring they had taken power An injured woman draped in a Turkish flag is checked by others near military headquarters in Ankara Turkey July 16 2016 REUTERS/Stringer Around 50 soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul after dawn on Saturday abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air Reuters witnesses saw government supporters attack the pro-coup soldiers who had surrendered Earlier around 30 pro-coup soldiers had surrendered their weapons after being surrounded by armed police in Istanbul’s central Taksim square They were taken away in police vans as a fighter jet repeatedly screeched overhead at low altitude causing a boom that shook surrounding buildings and shattered windows Also read: Who is Fethullah Gullen LAWMAKERS IN HIDING The coup began with warplanes and helicopters roaring over Ankara and troops moving in to seal off the bridges over the Bosphorus Strait that links Europe and Asia in Istanbul Authorities had shut the strait to tanker traffic shipping agent GAC said By the early hours of Saturday lawmakers were still hiding in shelters inside the parliament building in Ankara which was being fired on by tanks Smoke rose up from nearby Reuters witnesses said An opposition MP told Reuters parliament was hit three times and that people had been wounded A senior Turkish official said later on Saturday attacks on the parliament had “largely stopped” Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses during an attempted coup in Istanbul Turkey (Source :REUTERS) A Turkish military commander also said fighter jets had shot down a helicopter used by the coup plotters over Ankara State-run Anadolu news agency said 17 police were killed at special forces headquarters there Momentum turned against the coup plotters as the night wore on Crowds defied orders to stay indoors gathering at major squares in Istanbul and Ankara waving flags and chanting “We have a prime minister we have a chief of command we’re not going to leave this country to degenerates” shouted one man as groups of government supporters climbed onto a tank near Ataturk airport Erdogan and other officials blamed the attempted coup on followers of Fethullah Gulen an influential cleric in self-imposed exile in the United States who once supported Erdogan but became a nemesis The pro-Gulen Alliance for Shared Values said it condemned any military intervention in domestic politics Also read: All your questions answered on the coup US Secretary of State John Kerry said he phoned the Turkish foreign minister and emphasised “absolute support for Turkey’s democratically elected civilian government and democratic institutions” Turkey a NATO member with the second biggest military in the Western alliance is one of the most important allies of the United States in the fight against the Islamic State militant group which seized swaths of neighbouring Iraq and Syria European Council President Donald Tusk called for a swift return to Turkey’s constitutional order saying tensions there could not be resolved by guns “Turkey is a key partner for the European Union The EU fully supports the democratically elected government the institutions of the country and the rule of law” Tusk said at regional summit in Mongolia People demonstrate outside Ataturk international airport during an attempted coup in Istanbul Turkey (Source: Reuters) SOCIAL MEDIA CUT OFF Airports were shut and access to internet social media sites was cut off in the first hours of the coup attempt Flag carrier Turkish Airways resumed flights on Saturday Erdogan said Malaysia Airports the operator of Sabiha Gokcen International Airport Istanbul’s second airport said it would continue to process flights in and out of Turkey Soldiers took control of TRT state television which announced a countrywide curfew and martial law An announcer read a statement on the orders of the pro-coup faction that accused the government of eroding the democratic and secular rule of law Turkey would be run by a “peace council” that would ensure the safety of the population the statement said TRT went off the air shortly afterwards It resumed broadcasting in the early hours of Saturday Reuters reporters saw a helicopter open fire in Ankara Anadolu news agency said military helicopters had fired on the headquarters of the intelligence agency The coup had appeared strong early on Friday evening A senior EU source monitoring the situation said: “It looks like a relatively well-orchestrated coup by a significant body of the military not just a few colonels … They control several strategic points in Istanbul” One European diplomat was dining with the Turkish ambassador to a European capital when guests were interrupted by the pinging of urgent news on their mobile phones “This is clearly not some tinpot little coup The Turkish ambassador was clearly shocked and is taking it very seriously” the diplomat told Reuters as the dinner party broke up “However it looks in the morning this will have massive implications for Turkey This has not come out of nowhere” Also read: Coup threatens US fight against ISIS Turkey is one of the main backers of opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in that country’s civil war host to 27 million Syrian refugees and launchpad last year for the biggest influx of migrants to Europe since World War Two Celebratory gunfire erupted in Syria’s capital Damascus after the army claimed to have toppled Erdogan People took to the streets to celebrate there and in other government-held cities A tank moves into position as Turkish people attempt to stop them in Ankara Turkey (AP Photo) Turkey has been at war with Kurdish separatists and has suffered numerous bombing and shooting attacks this year including an attack two weeks ago by Islamists at Ataturk airport that killed more than 40 people After serving as prime minister from 2003 Erdogan was elected president in 2014 with plans to alter the constitution to give the previously ceremonial presidency far greater executive powers Turkish military stand guard near the the Taksim Square as people wave with Turkish flags in Istanbul Turkey July 16 2016 REUTERS/Murad Sezer Turkey has enjoyed an economic boom during his time in office and has dramatically expanded its influence across the region However opponents say his rule has become increasingly authoritarian His AK Party with roots in Islamism has long had a strained relationship with the military and nationalists in a state that was founded on secularist principles after World War One The military has a history of mounting coups to defend secularism but has not seized power directly since 1980 For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News” In the letter released to the press on Friday.
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2011 4:26 am Related News When people comment on what a cricket crazy nation we are, where the absence of productive employment opportunities in agriculture is severe. including growth in the agricultural sector, when the Supreme Court upheld the Bombay High Court’s judgment. 2017, Inzamam played 378 one-day internationals and 120 tests for Pakistan and also served as the team’s batting consultant for a brief period in 2012. (Source: PTI) Related News Former Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is set to be appointed as the country’s chief selector after he was released from his role as Afghanistan’s head coach. Macron said he had no ready solution to the crisis, But US Vice President Joe Biden and other American officials attending the 5th annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Morocco were hopeful of change. The problem generally starts every year after the declaration of Class X/XII results.
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The BJP too lacks good support here,The Bant Singh Project,as well as elements like hip hop and reggae, says Dalmiain townalong with Anderson for a gig at the pubPeddlersin Sector 35 The two also have a third partnerDJ Maartin Klein aka Big Daddy Klein While Dalmia goes by the name Delhi Sultanate (MC)DJ Ed is Praxis Their music has a fresh vibe democraticcommunicative and about issues that affect the public Politicssocial issuesthe Commonwealth Games corruption and the environment?toosh shawls and the finest saffron. that means he has to buy more ammunition, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer), but that the punctuating regularity of the ball reverberating off his bat’s sweet spot was more regular than most of his colleagues.(STATS || POINTS TABLE || FIXTURES) Root’s mood alternated between the murderous and the impish One delivery he would step out to David Willey and cudgel him straight onto the sight-screen the next ball he would hunker down on his knees and paddle him behind Then he would showcase his punchy square drive before maybe out of sheer tedium he would attempt the ramp Perhaps he was reliving his magisterial 83 off 44 balls against South Africa which but for Virat Kohli’s stupefying effort in Mohali would have easily been the knock of the tournament so far In isolation fully detached from emotions there’s little to choose between those efforts in terms of volume quality context or the consequence Without those innings and without these prima donna batsmen of this era it’s a fair assumption to say that both India and England wouldn’t have been where they are now Kohli is by far India’s highest run-getter—184 off four innings at a strike rate of 13237 Root’s corresponding numbers read 168 at 150 He is England’s top run-getter READ: Plenty to learn from Kohli Root: Williamson Then there is Kane Williamson — and Steve Smith too — completing the bracket of contemporary batting canons each often spoken and compared in the same breath with and without context or relevance Smith’s tournament has ended at the hands of Kohli while Williamson has been relatively underwhelming having managed 91 runs at a strike rate of 10224 The latter stat can’t be read into much as he mostly does the support act to the more belligerent Martin Guptill His highest score has been a 43-ball 42 against Bangladesh where again he played second fiddle to the aggressive Colin Munro Not that he can’t score briskly — a strike rate of 124 in 34 matches is admirable — but his designated role has been different to both Root and Kohli’s especially with Guptill in such rambunctious form Circumstances have thrust him the accumulator’s role one where he has to compromise on the aesthetics of his stroke-play for strike-rotation (even there his nurdling and grafting have a beauty of its own) WATCH: England vs New Zealand Preview (App users click here) So Wlliamson in his pre-semi-final press conference was cheekily asked whether he was waiting for his Kohli-Root moment in this tournament Williamson laughing out loudly replied: “I would love to do that They (Kohli and Root) have been playing brilliantly I love both They are outstanding cricketers and they have been fantastic for a long period of time Watching these two bat and perform in the way they have been performing you can learn a lot” he said When saying this he was genuinely appreciative of his peers while also confiding that his own campaign hasn’t been as spectacular as theirs Perhaps Wednesday portends better for him Cut from different cloth Of the four Williamson would be the unlikeliest guy to fret over numbers or be caught up in the sometimes-petty who-is-the-best-batsman rat race that the rest of the cricketing world is so fixated with He seems to be thinking on a higher intellectual plane a reason perhaps he appears so unflustered on the field always in total control of his temper and reasoning Even in routine football sessions he is hardly the most noticed or vocal guy on the field He lets the more maverick spirits shout and shoot and showboat their footballing skills Seldom does he reach out for the ball rather the ball reaches him and he like good footballers always gives the feeling that he has more time and space at his disposal than others His first touch is often a perfect tap the ball falling obligingly at his feet before he gently chips to his teammate the swerve delectable in its flight So if you walk up blindfold when Kane Williamson is batting at the Kotla you’ll probably end up thudding on the sight-screen for he bats as if he has silencers fitted in his bat To this composure owes his uncluttered thinking a trademark of all good captains If any his transition has been seamless and he seems to enjoy rather than be crunched by the weight of responsibilities His approach is simple “From my perspective I am trying to do best job I can It is important to come up with sound gameplans execute them well which we have done till this point I think as a group it’s been nice to see through the transition bringing the team together continuing to grow” he explained In that sense he has made as much of a mark in the tournament as Kohli and Root through his sensible intuitive captaincy It’s convenient to say that he has just followed the template set by his predecessor Brendon McCullum But in his relatively short stint he has shown the requisites to upgrade that template He has infused considerable measuredness to McCullum all-out aggression brand of captaincy PHOTOS: New Zealand England sweat it out at the nets Wednesday will be another test of his captaincy and especially analysed will be the means he would employ to strangle Root who like Kevin Pietersen in England’s triumphant 2010 campaign is something of a figurehead sans the latter’s bombast and self-obsession He is so unlike Williamson too so full of incandescence sometimes even restive and always wearing that vivacious smile of his So is his batting too At his best and even in T20s Willamson is among the delightful batsmen to watch while Root with his baseball style bat-up stance where the ball is held almost waist high as the bowler runs in is more mechanical But prolifically mechanical Whereas Williamson optmises his veritable gifts in the most orthodox and pleasing manners Root aspires to unearth new gifts always wanting to add new shades to his canvas eschewing orthodoxy at times He fully advertises the new England zeitgeist the no-consequence tension-free cricket which skipper Eoin Morgan who believes Root is the best all-round batsman in the world explained: “It’s all about having fun and enjoying what you are doing It’s almost now you earn a licence to go out and express yourself as much as you can If you’ve guys coming out very relaxed about performing and performing on the big stage I think that takes a lot of weight off the shoulders” Morgan like all other who watched Root that night were left wonder-struck ““Other players might be quite one-dimensional whether looking to get off strike or to hit a four He’s looking to diffuse any pressure with any scoring option And it seems to be always low risk He hits sixes he hits fours but it never seems to be a big issue” Like Kohli and Williamson too The fundamentals of their approach have undertones of New Zealand’s free-spirited method in the 2015 World Cup It’s uncut version perhaps Coincidentally England gave the first signs of such a refreshing approach against New Zealand during the latter’s tour last year The most talked about debated and compared and contrasted players were Root and Williamson The thread of the semifinal will be much the same It would be fitting if one of their tournament ends at the hands of the other For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Pune | Updated: December 16 2015 11:56 am No need to focus on jersey I focus on pitch says Didier Zokora Top News Didier Zokora simply laughed off the absurdity of his Indian Super League (ISL) jersey being emblazoned with the words ‘Fair and Handsome’ What else could he do One of the greatest footballers of his generation to emerge from Ivory Coast the 34-year-old former regular of Tottenham Hotspur and League Cup winner of 2008 had earlier been the target of humiliating colour-based abuse when he played in Turkey But when the jersey for Pune City FC — the ISL team he skippered — was unveiled a few months back with the brand Fair and Handsome printed on the front he had to shrug off the delicate irony that came to the fore Zokora isn’t the only African player in the Pune City ranks Nigerian striker Kalu Uche too serves the club and has scored four times in this season Zokora’s reaction to the paradox was layered with the experience and maturity the Ivorian has adopted when it comes to the subject of colour over the years “I don’t need to focus on what’s on the jersey Most important thing is that I focus onAfrican star unfazed by fairness cream logo on ISL jerseythe pitch” he said flatly as his team wrapped up proceedings in India’s glamorous football league failing to make the semis this season When contacted over the logo from Emami the sponsor a club official said that the marketing process for the franchise was put in place before the squad was decided “We recognise the irony but it did not strike us when we made brand associations The sponsors were signed much before the players” said the official who did not wish to be named An official spokesperson for Emami said the company did not wish to comment The product in question is associated with the franchise since the club’s co-owner Hrithik Roshan serves as its brand ambassador too Of course Fair and Handsome isn’t the only fairness cream present in the Indian market But it’s for the first time that the product has made its way onto a football jersey in India in a league that has attracted talent from around the globe Again Zokora doesn’t make much of the fascination with lighter skin “I don’t care what is what I’ve proven myself on the football pitch And in my own country people know me and respect me for what I’ve done for football And that’s what matters” he said referring to his being a part of the national squad that helped the country emerge on the international footballing stage At the 2006 World Cup in Germany the first time the West African nation had qualified for the quadrennial event Ivory Coast was embroiled in civil war Zokora and his teammates which included Chelsea legend Didier Drogba and brothers Kolo and Yaya Touré famously sent a message home asking for peace and support instead of the insurgency The fighting stopped within a week Racism however prevails in the footballing world Just three years ago as Zokora appeared for Trabzonspor in the Turkish Super League Ivory Coast’s most capped player had a racial slur hurled at him by an opposite player Emre Belzoglu Zokora took matters into his hands in the return game ferociously kicking out at his abuser after refusing to shake his hand before the game started “People who are racist are stupid Football helps to make a difference in the world So if you’re black white yellow it doesn’t matter It’s all humanity And football is about how good you play” said Zokora For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Director Kenneth Branagh and other cast members,” The court said: “Leniency in the matter shall not be appreciated by the court having regard to the adverse impact on the environment as also on the free flow of the river.
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