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who met the accident victim’s father Ashok More Thursday. ? Houses have been constructed under the rehabilitation scheme for those living in hutments. as well as the decidedly sharp Dushmantha Chameera. the police will alert traffic cops about the vehicle’s route after receiving the call. Edinburgh, The federation said an AIK player was offered “a substantial amount … if he actively contributes to the club losing the evening’s planned match.handed over Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) in July last year. It is not something that I can control. an official statement said."Manoj Tiwari will replace Satish Upadhyay as BJP chief with immediate effect" the statement said It also declared BJP MP Nityanand Rai as the Bihar unit chief Tiwari represents Northeast Delhi constituency while Rai represents Ujiarpur constituency of Bihar in the Lok Sabha Earlier the Bihar unit of the BJP was headed by Mangal Pandey By: Reuters | Published: July 6 2017 5:38 pm Kei Nishikori advanced to the third round by winning against Sergiy Stakhovsky (Source: Reuters) Related News Japan continued to maintain a keen interest in both singles tournaments at Wimbledon after Kei Nishikori advanced to the third round with a win over Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky on Wednesday and Naomi Osaka followed suit in the women’s draw World number nine Nishikori said he wanted to “win the whole thing” after his first round win and the 27-year-old moved a step closer to achieving that goal with a hard-fought 6-4 6-7(7) 6-1 7-6(6) over the dangerous Stakhovsky “My opponent is a great grass court player so I had difficulty reacting to his serves but it was good I managed to win in four sets I’m glad I’m back and healthy” he said adding that his lingering hip injury was not a concern Nishikori who is Japan’s most successful tennis player with 11 ATP Tour titles next faces a tricky test to overcome Spanish 18th seed Roberto Bautista Agut and advance to the fourth round for a third time since his Wimbledon debut in 2008 Rising teenager Osaka put in an impressive performance to beat Czech 22nd seed Barbora Strycova 6-1 0-6 6-4 and will face five-time champion Venus Williams in the third round The duo were scheduled to meet in January’s Auckland Open but Venus withdrew through injury and Osaka is delighted she finally has a chance to face one of her idols “I can’t believe I’ll be facing Venus Williams someone I’ve been watching on TV If it weren’t for (the Williams sisters) I wouldn’t be playing tennis I feel like all my life I’ve been preparing for this one match I’ll do my best” she said The in-form Yuichi Sugita can become the third Japanese player to reach the third round after managing a first ever Wimbledon win on Tuesday if he beats France’s Adrian Mannarino on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Dil Chahta Hai actor said he wanted to gift Geeta her bridal dress but that is traditionally done by the bride’s maternal uncle Hence he stuckto a fruit box Aamir further said his gift to the Phogat family is his film Dangal Aamir Khan at Geeta Phogat’s wedding Aamir has been coming to this village for two years while preparing for the sports biopic He shot at Phogat’s old house too Makers did some alterations to the house to suit the creative aspects of the film One can see a beautiful painting of two wrestlers on the wall which was painted for the film Check out some of the inside and exclusive pictures from Aamir’s visit to BalaliIndore: Expressing concern over the plight of children of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Tuesday said resolving the humanitarian crisis is the moral responsibility of the world community and sought the intervention of the UN File image of Kailash Satyarthi Reuters The rights activists was in the city on Tuesday as part of his countrywide tour to spread awareness about the child protection "If any child is being victimised during the current Rohingya crisis in Myanmar then this is the moral responsibility of the world community to resolve this crisis" he told reporters Satyarthi said the United Nations should intervene to resolve the Rohingya crisis Stressing the need for "clear and strict" anti-child trafficking laws in India Satyarthi said Union home minister Rajnath Singh had recently indicated that the government could move towards enacting such law Stating that thousands of cases pertaining to harassment of children are pending resolution he demanded setting up of a special court in every district of the country for time-bound hearing of such cases Demanding a total ban on pornography in the country Satyarthi said the government should take help of IT experts to ensure that minors cannot access such content on Internet Ankara:President Donald Trump reignited the decades-old US feud with Iran on Friday vowing to confront the "fanatical regime" and throwing a landmark international nuclear agreement into doubt In a speech pocked with grievances dating to the 1979 Islamic Revolution Trump railed against the "Iranian dictatorship its sponsorship of terrorism and its continuing aggression in the Middle East and all around the world" And he threatened to rip up the 2015 agreement curbing Iran’s nuclear programme saying it had failed to address Iranian subversion in its region and its illegal missile programme "It is under continuous review and our participation can be cancelled by me as president at any time" he warned And he later lashed out at countries that have stood by the agreement appearing to accuse them of placing trade profits ahead of security Many people talking with much agreement on my Iran speech today Participants in the deal are making lots of money on trade with Iran — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14 2017 Trump’s bellicose message brought an instant rebuke from Iranian President Hassan Rouhani who — also leaning heavily on past injustices — declared the United States was "more than ever against the Iranian people" But behind Trump’s hardline rhetoric was a subtle but significant presidential climbdown He stopped short of nixing a deal negotiated with European allies China and Russia to lift sanctions against Tehran in return for Iranian curbs on uranium enrichment Instead he took a procedural step of "decertifying" the agreement leaving its fate in the hands of the Republican-controlled Congress ‘The worst deal’ The US president said he supports efforts in Congress to work on new measures to address these threats without immediately torpedoing the broader deal File image of US president Donald Trump AP "However in the event we are not able to reach a solution working with Congress and our allies then the agreement will be terminated" Trump said in a televised address from the Diplomatic Room of the White House European leaders slapped back that notion saying the agreement was not America’s alone In a cautious but unmistakable rebuke the leaders of Britain France and Germany said the deal remained in "our shared national security interest" "We encourage the US administration and Congress to consider the implications to the security of the US and its allies before taking any steps that might undermine" the deal French president Emmanuel Macron later said he was considering visiting Iran after speaking by phone with his Iranian counterpart The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons which was awarded this year’s Nobel Peace Prize also denounced the move saying it makes proliferation more likely Trump backed away from designating Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terror group a move that would have triggered slew of sanctions and almost certain Iranian retribution Apart from running swaths of Iran’s economy and Iran’s ballistic missile programme the Revolutionary Guards are accused of guiding proxy forces across the region from Hezbollah in Lebanon to the Huthis in Yemen and Shiite militias in Iraq and Syria "We have considered that there are particular risks and complexities to designating an entire army so to speak of a country" Tillerson said ‘Snapping back’ sanctions Instead the US Treasury said it had taken action against the Islamic Revolutionary Guards under a 2001 executive order to hit sources of terror funding and added four companies that allegedly support the group to its sanctions list Trump had repeatedly pledged to overturn one of his predecessor Barack Obama’s crowning foreign policy achievements deriding it as "the worst deal" and one agreed to out of "weakness" The agreement stalled Iran’s nuclear program and marginally thawed relations between Iran and what Tehran dubs the "Great Satan" but opponents and even some supporters say it also prevented efforts to challenge Iranian influence across the West Asia Since coming to office Trump had faced intense lobbying from international allies and much of his own national security team who argue the nuclear deal should remain in place Both the US government and UN nuclear inspectors say Iran is meeting the technical requirements of its side of the bargain dramatically curtailing its nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief John Kerry the former secretary of state who negotiated the agreement accused Trump of "creating an international crisis" and called on the US Congress to stand in the president’s way The legislature must now decide whether to end the nuclear accord by "snapping back" sanctions which Iran demanded be lifted in exchange for limiting uranium enrichment Proposals by Republican senators Tom Cotton and Bob Corker to introduce "trigger points" for new sanctions and extend sanctions beyond a pre-agreed deadline have spooked allies who believe it could breach the accord But it remains unclear if their proposals can garner the 60 votes need to pass the Senate Written by Tanuj Lakhina | Published: January 5 2017 1:17 pm Leander Paes complimented Divij’s serving that tipped the balance in favour of the Indian duo Top News On Wednesday night Leander Paes rubbished talks that he was retiring and called it a case of ‘put out of context’ “Not the last year at Chennai Open I hope to be back and hope to be holding this trophy again I will keep playing hard and keep playing strong So there was a misunderstanding the other day Somdev (Devvarman) announced retirement and I was asked about it I said it could be today tomorrow or six months from now So it just became ‘Leander is retiring’ So things get put out of context I still love my tennis and still have passion for it” he said after a 4-6 4-6 loss in the Round of 16 “I hope to win a Grand Slam with this man (Andre Sa) – that’s what I want to do Days when you win and holding trophies are easy these days (losses) are tricky” he would go on to add The third-seeded Indo-Brazilian combination didn’t get off to the best of starts to their season and to their partnership as they lost in straight sets to Purav Raja and DivijSharan Paes complimented Divij’s serving that tipped the balance in favour of the Indian duo “I’ve played Divij and Purav before and you’ve got to give them credit They had a clear game plan and it was visible from the first ten minutes Divij served high percentage and had big second serve in the second set at break point Credit where due they played well” he would state Sa 39-years-old is Paes’ 111th partner chose not to find any excuses in the 67-minute defeat despite getting to Chennai only on Monday “I don’t think we can make excuses Like Lee (Leander) said it’s only one match I got here early enough to have hits on the center court and on the outside courts just that we were outplayed today We pick up from here and move on” Divij and Raja have slowly but gradually crept into the top-70 in the world on the back of two ATP 250 titles and four Challenger wins in 2016 But Paes maintains that their combination is their biggest strength “They’re a set team The way they play question is if someone else can adapt to that The eye-formation the very specific style that they have they compliment each other very well” he would respond to a query in the mixed zone For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 6 2016 11:11 pm Rafael Nadal will face Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-finals on Friday (Source: Reuters) Top News Second seed Rafael Nadal survived a late fightback from Adrian Mannarino as he beat the French qualifier 6-1 7-6(6) on Thursday to reach the quarter-finals of the China Open during a rain-hit day in Beijing The 30-year-old got off to a quick start winning nine of the first 11 games However Mannarino rallied back to force the second set into a tiebreak before Nadal ended the contest on his second match point “I think I played a fantastic first set Great level of tennis serving very good hitting so good During the second set I slowed the rhythm a little bit and he played very well” Nadal a 14-times grand slam champion told reporters “I think I played with the right amount of determination in the tiebreak It’s very important for my confidence to pass through these tough moments” Nadal will face Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-finals on Friday Dimitrov who is bidding to reach his third final of the year was two points away from defeat against sixth seed Lucas Pouille but fought back for a gruelling 6(3)-7 7-6(0) 6-4 victory in two hours and 26 minutes “Especially in the second set when he was serving for the match I felt I was playing good tennis” the 25-year-old Dimitrov told reporters “All I could do was stay composed try to hit every ball that I could and use every opportunity They came a bit late but I’m pretty happy with it” All other matches were cancelled due to rain including third seed Milos Raonic second round clash against Tunisia’s Malek Jaziri For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPanaji:Sporting Clube de Goa on Sundayconfirmed they have formally withdrawn from I-League 2016-17 owing to "strong objections" to the proposed road map by AIFF and its marketing partners IMG-Reliance for Indian football Former champions Dempo are also on the verge of pulling out of the league "With regret Sporting Clube de Goa confirms their withdrawal from the I-League" the club said in a statement File photo of Sporting Clube de Goa AIFF "Following strong objections to the road map for Indian football as proposed by AIFF and their marketing partners on 17th May 2016 Sporting Clube de Goa along with fellow goan Club Salgoacar FC after several rounds of deliberations had taken the painful decision to withdraw from the forthcoming edition of the I League" Another former champions Salgaocar had already withdrawn from the league and according to All India Football Federation the club was rendered ineligible for the I-League after failing to fulfil the licensing process for the forthcoming season AIFF and its marketing partners had in May unveiled a road map for Indian football As part of their plans AIFF had planned to elevate the Indian Super League to the top division in a three-tier format for domestic football with the I-League and the second division relegated to second and third division status respectively After a few clubs raised concerns with the road map the AIFF had formed a task force to look into the final implementation for the restructuring plans Sporting said in the statement "Fifa President Gianni Infantino and AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa along with Secretary Dato John Windsor descended on Goa at the end of September to attend the Extra Ordinary Congress of AFC and made all the right noises "The task force consisting of high ranking officials of AFC AIFF and IMG-Reliance also had its first meeting in Goa on 27th September 2016 We are in the dark as to what transpired at that meeting as sadly there was no representative of any I League club there which itself tells its own story" Calling this a tactical decision Sporting said the club will continue with all other football activities like grassroots and youth development and also maintain a strong first team to compete in Goa as well as in all India football tournaments On the pull out the club further stated ". In the meantime AIFF President Praful Patel kept on tomtoming that the road map for the future of Indian football is only a work in progress and that I League is the main league of the country "All this time we at Sporting Clube clung to the hope that following the statements coming from the Presidents of Fifa AFC and our own AIFF and following our representation to Fifa and AFC a fresh road map which did not envisage the forced demotion of the I League teams would be announced well in time to allow us to field our team in the forthcoming I League "With that hope we even participated in the club licensing process and secured our national license But we now realise that all our hopes have been belied" Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba will retire from the sport following the conclusion of the next United Soccer League (USL) season in November 2018 Didier Drogba has been a legend at Chelsea won four Premier League titles among 14 trophies during his stay at the club Reuters The Ivorian won four Premier League titles among 14 trophies in a Chelsea career spanning more than 380 appearances and the 39-year-old is currently playing for Phoenix Rising in the second tier of United States professional football "Ah do you want a scoop I think next year will be my last season" Drogba told French news outlet RMC Sport "At some point you have to stop I need to have time for my other projects It’s good to play but at 39 it holds me back a bit" Drogba has enjoyed an illustrious club career playing more than 670 games for eight different teams including French side Olympique Marseille and Turkey’s Galatasaray

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